The Tale of the Two Enemies Peter Rabbit


The Tale of the Two Enemies

Animated series. Peter decides to set Mr Tod and Tommy Brock against each other and finds that breaking the food chain is harder than it looks.


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# Let's go! Go on and run

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# Run for our lives! We'll tear a hole in every fence and every wall

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# Run through the fields Run wild and free

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# And grab a piece of every radish that we see

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# Go day and night, go for it all

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# It's time to fly Come on, the wind's begun to blow

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# Cos you and I We weren't made for going slow

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# Adventure calls The game is on, come on!

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-# Peter Rabbit!

-Let's go!

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-# Peter Rabbit!

-Let's go!

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-# Peter Rabbit!

-Let's go! #

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Stop there, you wee thieves! Those are my carrots!

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Come back here, rabbits!

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Whoa!

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Meow!

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Peter!

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OK, I think we're safe.

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I beg to differ!

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Tonight, I shall feast on wild rabbit, with garlic potatoes and...

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Carrots?

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What a splendid...idea...

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All right, now we're safe.

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HE SIGHS

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MAN GRUNTS

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I've got to stop saying that!

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How many times have I told you? Never, ever wake me up!

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ALL SCREAM

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-What a day!

-Keep still, please, Benjamin.

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Is it just me or are you tired of being chased around ALL the time?

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That's just the way nature works.

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It's called the food chain.

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Bad-tempered badgers, like Tommy Brock,

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and frightening foxes, like Mr Todd, both chase rabbits.

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And rabbits chase..?

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-Erm...radishes?

-Exactly! Benjamin!

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It's the way the woods work. Big things chase little things.

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See? You can't change it.

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If there is one word I don't like, it's "can't". I've got an idea.

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-But it will take some work.

-I've just eaten, so...

-Follow me!

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Whoo-hoo!

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ALL WHOOP

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# The worms They are so squiggly

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# I love worms

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(He's not much of a singer, is he?)

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# They're so squiggly in my tummy...#

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Peter, could you just tell us what we're doing here!

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-Ready?

-Of course I'm ready.

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-Erm...what am I doing again?

-Throw it!

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Who's there?

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-What are you doing?

-Leaving a trail for Tommy Brock.

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And why exactly are we stealing Tommy Brock's worms?

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To make him stop chasing us.

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But if we steal his worms, of course he's going to chase us!

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Not if he thinks someone else stole them and that someone is him.

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Ah, yes, I see! Very good!

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Ha ha, yes! That's, um, really clever, Peter.

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You don't get the plan at all, do you?

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No.

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Tommy Brock will be so busy chasing Mr Todd,

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because he'll think Mr Todd took his worms, that he won't chase us.

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That's really IS clever! The woods will be safe to play in.

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Well, then, what are we waiting for? Let's hop to it!

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Mr Todd's cane!

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This is even better. Lily, have you got any elastic in your pocket?

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A magnifying glass...a pencil... button collection.

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So, that's where it went!

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A-ha, elastic! Just-in-case pocket, just in case!

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Perfect. Come on, follow me.

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-What's he see up to now?

-Haven't a clue.

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There's one of my worms! And there's another one!

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Here, hold tight. Just wait until you see Mr Todd's cane fly.

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Left a bits... Right a bit...

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And fire!

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Yes!

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Right into his sack.

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Why do we want Mr Todd to think that Tommy Brock stole his cane?

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What better way to get our enemies to stop bothering us

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than give them new enemies - each other?!

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Great thinking, Peter!

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And there's another one of my worms! And another!

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Oi! Watch where you're...! Oh!

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My bucket! You stole it! And my worms!

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I most certainly did not. But YOU stole MY cane.

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-You thief!

-Liar!

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I will not let some blundering badger

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stand here and accuse me of petty theft.

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En garde, sir!

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Oh, you want a fight? Well, I'll give you a fight, fox!

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-Aaaagh!

-Come back!

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Stay away from me, you nasty badger!

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It worked! With those two chasing each other, they won't chase us.

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We are finally safe. The food chain is broken.

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I thank you!

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# Play, rabbit, play

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# Let's hop to adventures on the way

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# Play, rabbit, play

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# Across the fields Come on, now, what do you say?

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# The sun is blazing and life's amazing

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# And everything is fresh and new

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# Play, rabbit, play Embrace the day

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# There's a whole wide world just waiting there for you. #

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THEY PANT

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Come back here...you thieving fox!

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May... May I suggest

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we resume this chase after we've both had some sleep?

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Yeah. Good idea. Same time, same place, tomorrow.

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Agreed.

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Wait! What's that?

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That's my back, isn't it?

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Not your back, you lumbering oaf! This here, look!

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Blue thread. Who do we know who wears blue?

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Erm...

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Oh! Who would want to keep us so busy chasing each other,

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we wouldn't chase him?

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TOGETHER: Peter Rabbit!

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Ah! Isn't this a great day, Lily? Not a care in the world.

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Oh, really?

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Argh!

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< MUFFLED: Help!

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Peter?

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Er...Peter?

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Oh, I do so love a good barbecue.

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Me, too!

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And a really good blackberry bush for dessert. If I can just...

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-show you...

-Keep still!

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No more tricks today, Peter. How do you like your rabbit, Mr Brock?

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-Roasted, fried?

-I'm more of a worms bloke, myself.

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Worms? Oh! So uncivilised. Maybe you should leave the cooking to me.

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Just hold onto that wriggling rabbit. He is our main course, after all.

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Come on, you two, I need your help.

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This is bad. Really, really bad. We've got to help him.

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Yeah, but remember the food chain, Benjamin.

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We're far too small to take on those two. We need someone much bigger.

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Someone like...Mr MacGregor!

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MacGregor? How are you going to get MacGregor?

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Come on!

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But how do we get Mr MacGregor to chase Mr Todd and Tommy Brock?

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There!

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What? What do we want his boots for?

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No, Mr Brock, we shall not "chuck a few worms in, to spice it up"!

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-You haven't even tried one!

-Come on, you two, hurry!

-No!

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-No worms!

-No worms, no deal!

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Hey, I've got an idea. Why don't we all go home, sleep on it,

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and then we can cook me tomorrow? Agreed?

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BOTH: Agreed.

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BOTH: What?

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-Think I'm dumb, do you, Rabbit?

-Erm...well...

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-Dinner time!

-You don't really want to eat me, do you?

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Young rabbits are very chewy, you know.

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THUMPING What's that?

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I'd knows that sound anywhere. It's...

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HEAVY FOOTSTEPS

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-Huh! Mr MacGregor! Run!

-I don't believe it.

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Is this another one of your tricks?

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If there's one thing I hate more than rabbits,

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it's smelly badgers, like you!

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Argh!

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SHE LAUGHS Not bad, huh?

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-Phew!

-If there's one thing I hate more than rabbits,

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it's smelly badgers like you!

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ALL LAUGH

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I never thought I'd be SO happy to see Mr MacGregor's boots.

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Just like I told you - that's the food chain.

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Big things chase little things. Always the way.

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Help! It's after me!

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Well, nearly always!

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THEY LAUGH

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# Peter Rabbit!

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# Peter Rabbit!

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# Peter Rabbit! Peter Rabbit!

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Subtitles by Red Bee Media Ltd

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When Peter decides to set Mr Tod and Tommy Brock against each other, he soon finds out that breaking the food chain is harder than it looks.


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