Animated series. When Squirrel Nutkin angers Old Brown by taking his glasses, it is up to Peter and his friends to put things right.
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# Go on and run
# Run for our lives
# We'll tear a hole in every fence and every wall
# Run through the fields
# Run wild and free
# And grab a piece of every radish that we see
# Go day and night
# Go for it all
# It's time to fly, come on the wind's begun to blow
# Let's go
# Cos you and I, we weren't made for going slow
# Let's go
# Adventure calls, the game is on, come on!
# Let's go, Peter Rabbit
# Let's go, Peter Rabbit
# Let's go, Peter Rabbit, let's go. #
Come back here, you nutty nuisance.
Open up! Open up. Hurry!
Where is he? I know he's in there.
-I don't know what you're talking about.
You've got that sneaky squirrel in there.
Help me. Hide me.
Hide me. Help me.
Nutkin! NUTKIN WHIMPERS
Why is Old Brown after you?
Well, I might have, kind of,
taken his eyeglasses!
Why in the world would you take Old Brown's glasses?
Because, uh, they were there.
-Well, now you'd better give them back.
Oh, I would, I gladly would.
But you see, I've sort of,
-kind of, lost them.
-Not to worry, I'll just stay here.
How about I whip us up some lunch?
I'm not sure this
is the best place for a squirrel.
But we can't just throw him out.
It's too dangerous.
Then we'll just have to help Nutkin find out where he left
Old Brown's glasses so he can give them back.
But we can't go outside. That mean old owl is still there.
And he's angry.
-Maybe we can trick our way past the old bird.
Oh, I love tricks.
Listen, Old Brown, if you're looking for Nutkin,
he went out the back door.
-No, he's not. He's right here.
Gone, is he?
Coast is clear. Let's hop to it!
Do you remember where you might have left the glasses, Nutkin?
Umm, huh, well,
I was having a tea party with Jeremy Fisher down by the lake.
Ah, gone, is he?
I'll have your tail.
-You've got mine already.
-I'll have your ears, then.
Follow me, quick!
You conniving criminals!
Give me back my glasses.
I think we lost Old Brown.
Thanks to one of Dad's good old secret tunnels.
Here we are. This is where the party was.
Just look what that squirrel did.
Oh! No! Not again.
I remember. I went over here.
Oh! Please stop.
Ooh, and then, I did this.
My good china! Oh, oh, oooh.
-Nope, no eyeglasses in there.
Guess I...lost them somewhere else.
Maybe the farm.
-Not my sardines!
OLD BROWN: You!
-Help me! Hide me!
It's just a bird. It's just a bird.
Ah, it's a really big bird.
Like the bunch of bunny bandits you are.
There's our escape tunnel but it's too far away.
Then we'll take the table to the tunnel. Come on, like this.
-Not the silver, oh!
Sorry about your tea party, Mr Fisher.
OLD BROWN: Nutkin!
OLD BROWN: Watch that last step!
THE RABBITS SHRIEK
-We did it!
-We've done it!
I think my next party will be indoors.
OK, Nutkin, you said you might have left the eyeglasses at the farm.
Eh, Nutkin? NUTKIN IS LAUGHING
-Where could you have left the glasses?
Let's split up and find them.
Could they be over here?
Don't think so.
What about...? Wait,
were you actually at the farm today, Nutkin?
Oh, come to think of it, no.
OLD BROWN: Not so fast!
# Run, rabbit, run
# Run like you've never run before
# Run, rabbit, run
# If he catches you you're done so run some more
# Your heart is pounding
# Those feet are sounding
# So close to you
# What can you do?
# Oh, Rabbit, run
# You better run. #
I'm certain we lost him this time.
But for how long?
Are you absolutely sure you were at Mrs Tiggy-Winkle's laundry today,
-I'm absolutely sure I was here.
I think. Almost certainly, maybe. Where are we again?
Keep that purple-footed squirrel away from my washing.
They're not purple any more. See!
-They just leave regular old dirty prints now.
-Oh, yes, I see.
I see that you're just as dirty as ever.
You know what they say, clean feet make friends, dirty feet make a mess.
Well, if they don't, they ought to.
Wait, Mrs Tiggy-Winkle, we're looking for a pair of eyeglasses.
Nutkin might have left them when he was here before.
He didn't leave any glasses here, just some nasty purple paw prints.
Good day to you.
-Well, that's it, then. We're...
THE RABBITS SCREAM
Tailfeathers! I'll teach you a lesson, all of you.
OLD BROWN LAUGHS
Oh, no! He's going to get Benjamin.
We have to save him.
Wait, what are you doing?
I should never have led all of you into danger like this.
Dear friends, if I don't make it,
tell everyone I went out like a brave squirrel should
with my tail...oh, stump held high!
If you don't make it?
Nutkin, what do you mean?
Reet tat tee, you can't catch me. Yoo-hoo!
What have you done with my glasses?
-Catch me and I'll tell you.
Nutkin made Old Brown chase him on purpose, so we could get away.
We've got to find the glasses before it's too late.
Where could those glasses be?
Eugh, Peter, we've looked everywhere.
I know, but we can't just leave Nutkin with Old Brown on his tracks.
Maybe we didn't look everywhere.
What can Nutkin have run through that would make him leave
Berries! Lily, you're a genius.
Look! All the berries are squished.
Nutkin's been here all right.
-They're not all squished.
Sorry. Right, glasses...glasses.
Where could they...? Ah!
Oh, tummy ache.
-Well done, Benjamin. Let's go.
Where's he going?
He's trying to get those glasses back to Old Brown.
Follow Peter's purple tracks.
You're not just a genius,
you're also really smart.
-I've got you now!
Now you'll find out what happens to naughty squirrels.
And Nutkin is very sorry he took them. Aren't you, Nutkin?
I mean, yes, I am, very sorry.
If I give them back, will you leave Nutkin alone?
Sorry's not good enough.
Then go fetch!
Let's face it, without any more tracks to follow,
the only we'll find them is if they fall right out of the sky.
Oh, that must've hurt.
At least Old Brown doesn't have any reason to chase you now, hey, Nutkin?
Does he, Nutkin? Nutkin!
Now then, where's that book I was reading?
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When Squirrel Nutkin angers Old Brown by taking his glasses, it's up to Peter and his friends to put things right.