Peter Rabbit's Christmas Tale Peter Rabbit


Peter Rabbit's Christmas Tale

Animation inspired by Beatrix Potter's classic. Mr Bouncer is too sick to make the holiday supply delivery, so Peter and Benjamin take the job on.


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# Let's go! Peter Rabbit

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# Go on and run Run for our lives!

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# 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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# Let's go!

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

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# Let's go!

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# Adventure calls, the game is on, come on

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-# Let's go!

-Peter Rabbit

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-# Let's go!

-Peter Rabbit

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-# Let's go!

-# Peter Rabbit

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# Let's go! #

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I'm sorry, my little ones, but the grain is all gone.

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How perfectly awful! And at Christmas, no less!

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At least the Christmas delivery will be here soon.

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Do hurry up, Mr Bouncer.

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SQUIRRELS: Ha, ha, ha!

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Woo-hoo! Oh, ah! Oh!

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No nuts today, guys, the ground is frozen solid.

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Where is that delivery?

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Oh, where are you, Mr Bouncer? These sardines won't last all winter.

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Ribbit, ribbit.

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-Peter, close that door, please.

-Oh, Mum!

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Honestly, Peter, you'll catch a chill.

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Can't I go outside just for a little while?

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Why don't you help your sisters decorate the Christmas tree?

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# Jingle bells, jingle bells, jingle all the way... #

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And now for the star. After you, Mopsy.

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No, I insist, after you, Flopsy.

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-All yours, Cottontail!

-Ah!

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Pretty star.

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ALL: Ha, ha, ha!

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Now all we need are the provisions for our Christmas dinner.

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I wonder where your uncle could be.

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-He should be back from the shop with all our...

-Knock, knock!

-Food!

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You're late.

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-Cousin Benjamin!

-Oh, uh, good morning.

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That is, it would be a good morning, but it's not, it's a bad one.

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What is the matter, Benjamin? Where's your father?

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-Hi, Dad!

-Achoo!

-Weeee! Ouch!

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He has been doing that all morning.

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-Wow! Do it again, Uncle.

-Peter.

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Oh, poor Mr Bouncer.

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You're in no state to go trotting about in the snow.

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Here he goes again!

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Aaaa...! Oh.

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BOTH: Phew! False alarm.

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Someone else will have to fetch our food from the shop.

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-I'll do it.

-I'd do it myself, but I...

-I'll do it!

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-..feed the young ones, and stoke the fires.

-I'll do it!

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You'll need plenty of warm soup before the chill gets to your chest.

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-Oh!

-I said, I'll do it.

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-You, Peter?

-Why not?

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I'm the fastest, I know the woods inside out and back to front.

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Please, Mum, let's go home and get the sledge.

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Let me make the Christmas deliveries.

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This is a list of the food to buy at Ginger and Pickle's shop.

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-You mustn't lose it. Understood?

-Don't lose the list, got it.

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And watch out for that sneaky fox, Mr Todd, he'd like nothing more

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than rabbit for his Christmas dinner.

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-Watch out for the fox, I can do that.

-Listen to me, darling,

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this is the most important job you've ever had.

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Without that food, we'll go hungry this Christmas.

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You must go straight to the shop.

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-Everyone is depending on you.

-You can count on me, Mum.

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Oh, dear me, you have grown so much since last winter.

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Mm, wait here, I think the one your father wore will do.

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Wow! Dad's jacket.

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A perfect fit.

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Be careful, Peter.

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Huh?

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Mm.

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That's cold! I mean, I can't talk, I'm just a sack.

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It's all right, you can come out now.

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Couldn't let you have all the adventure, could I?

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-New jacket?

-Yep. Like it?

-Yeah.

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-I like your sledge.

-It was my dad's.

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He used to do the Christmas deliveries every year.

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-WHISPERS:

-And now it is my turn.

-WHISPERS:

-Wow!

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-Why are we whispering?

-Look where we are, Mr McGregor's garden.

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Come on.

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-What are we doing here?

-Let's see what the old guy's up to.

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As long as he's not looking for a rabbit to put in a pie!

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HE WHISTLES

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Oh! Ah! Blooming wheelbarrow!

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-Ha, ha, ha!

-Peter, let's get out of here!

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I mean, shouldn't we be getting to the shop?

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Shopping can wait, now that we are outside, let's have some fun!

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Here we go!

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-Woo-hoo!

-Woo! Woo-hoo!

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Woo!

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Let's go!

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-Oh, this is so great!

-Woo-hoo!

-Wow!

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-Wow!

-Woo-hoo!

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Well, Florence, this is our new home. What do you think?

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Too many trees?

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Well, we are in the woods.

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-I'm sure we will get used to it.

-Lily!

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-Have you finished unpacking yet?

-More boxes.

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-Hey!

-Wow!

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Now that is more fun than unpacking.

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-I didn't know anybody lived up there.

-They don't.

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So, who is that then?

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Whoa-oa-oa!

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-Coming through!

-Look out! Whoa there!

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Thanks.

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Morning. That one got away from me a little, didn't it?

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That hat is so sweet! Oh, is this your sledge?

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What kind of wood is that? How fast does it go?

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Can it do jumps? It's old, isn't it?

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-It is not old! It's well used.

-Can I give it a try?

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-Sorry, no time, we are on a big, important mission.

-Mission?

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Looked more like you were sledging.

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Nice to meet youuuuu!

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Nice to meet you, too.

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Wow, that was close. The last thing we want is some girl tagging along.

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I liked her.

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I mean, yeah, girls, bff!

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What is this?

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Hey, wait!

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Wow! Oh!

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You dropped your list.

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Oh, no! The ink's wet.

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If we can't read it, we won't know what food to buy.

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Quick, Benjamin, think, what did it say?

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-Um... Um...

-Bag of...

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something for Jemima Puddle-Duck.

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Bag of...rain?

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-Bag of grain.

-Something or other for Squirrel Nutkin.

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-Looks like hapoonugs.

-Ehem, hazelnuts.

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Oh, this is a disaster!

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How will we know what to buy?

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I remember the list.

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Sardines for Mr Jeremy Fisher,

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a jar of snails for Old Brown.

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Wait, wait, wait.

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-You can remember everything on the list?

-Yes.

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-I'm rather good at remembering things.

-We need you!

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-I mean, I suppose you could come with us.

-Yes, please.

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-If you're not busy or...

-I don't know,

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you weren't very friendly before.

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I'm sorry. Let's start again.

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-I'm Peter and that's Benjamin.

-Hello.

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Would you help us? Please.

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Yeah, sure.

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I'm Lily. My dad's the new doctor. We just moved in and I was just

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saying to Florence, my pet ladybird,

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how I was sure it wouldn't take us long to make new friends.

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Wow, this place is so pretty! I've never lived in the woods before.

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-But I read all about the countryside.

-Do you think she always talks

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-this much?

-Ha, ha!

-..which is just so silly, I mean,

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-what is there to be scared of out here?

-Ah!

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-Eh... Hello, eh, Mr Todd.

-Ah, Peter Rabbit.

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You've chosen a cold day to be out running errands.

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Why don't you come inside where it is warm?

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You and your little friends can join me for a Christmas feast.

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Oh, how nice of you, we'd love to.

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You're really not from around here, are you? Sorry, Mr Todd, no time.

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But it has been so long since I had rabbit for dinner, I mean,

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friends for dinner. Oh, who cares, come here!

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-Ha, ha!

-Hold still and let me catch you!

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Sorry to spoil your dinner, but we have to go!

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-Are you all right?

-I'm fine.

-Me, too.

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If that silly fox really wanted to eat us, he could have said please.

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-Ha, ha.

-Ha, ha.

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Come on, we better get to the shop.

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I do not like the look of those clouds.

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-Hello.

-Merry Christmas.

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Can I help you?

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-We are closed.

-But we were already inside.

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Please excuse Pickles, he has a rather unusual sense of humour.

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Do you have a list?

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That's me. Bag of grain, hazelnuts, tin of sardines,

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jar of snails...

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Phew! Hope there's not much more.

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You said Mrs Puddle-Duck wears bonnets, didn't you?

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Perhaps she'd like a new one for winter.

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And I'll take a warm blanket for Old Brown and...

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-What's taking so long?

-I thought it would be nice to give everyone

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a surprise gift. It is Christmas after all.

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Anything for me?

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Um, I know, a hug!

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Girls!

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Merry Christmas.

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ALL: Merry Christmas!

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We better get a move on, everyone is waiting for these deliveries.

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-OK, who's first?

-Hee, hee, hee...

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Hello! Anybody up there? Hello!

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Who are we looking for?

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You mean someone lives way up there in the trees?

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-Who'd want to live up there?

-Maybe they're not here.

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Oh, they are here all right, somewhere.

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Just whatever you do, don't say...

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-WHISPERS:

-Snowball fight.

-Snowball fight?

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-Woo-hoo!

-Ick! Hey!

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Ha, ha! Did somebody say snowball fight?

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SQUIRRELS: Ha, ha, ha!

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Get down!

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-Take that!

-Hello, Nutkin, we'd love to play, but we are in a rush.

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Oh! Somebody is having nut roast for dinner.

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We brought you a present, too.

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-It was Lily's idea.

-What's a...Lily?

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I am.

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-Nice throw.

-Really, do you think?

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It was the first one I've ever thrown, too.

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Merry Christmas.

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The Expert's Guide To Trees And Shrubs.

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It is full of my favourites.

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Got anything else?

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Uh, well... Mm, let's see.

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Just in case, just in case, how about a nice roll of elastic?

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You could use it to...um, mend trousers,

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or hang stuff or...

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-Woo hoo!

-Or you could do that.

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Thank you! This is

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the best Christmas present ever! Sure you don't want to hang around?

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-Sorry, Nutkin, no time for a...

-WHISPERS:

-snowball fight.

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-No, don't say it!

-Snowball fight? Oh!

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-Bye!

-Do think we will make all the deliveries before nightfall,

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Peter?

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We need to hop to it, and I know a great short cut.

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-ALL: Weeee!

-Woo-hoo!

-Yeah!

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-Wow!

-Wooo! Yeah!

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Watch out for the tree!

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Whoa! Here we come!

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Don't worry, Benjamin, we'll get there faster this way.

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Everything is under control. Oh, whoa, whoa!

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Everyone all right?

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BOTH: Yes.

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We'll just reload the sledge and... Hang on, where is it?

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My dad's sledge!

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Bad idea, Peter.

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No!

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This is all my fault.

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I should have gone straight to the shop like I was supposed to

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instead of mucking around sledging.

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-Now everyone will go hungry.

-Don't worry, Peter.

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See? We can just...

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Whoa! ...carry all the stuff like this. Uf!

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I know it's a shame, Peter, but it'll be dark soon.

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Maybe we should just give up and go home.

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You know, my dad had a saying, "A good rabbit never gives up."

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Everyone is depending on us. All we need is another sledge.

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But sledges don't just grow on trees. I know that for a fact.

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They may not grow on trees, but... Follow me!

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Whenever Peter says that, it usually means trouble.

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Huh! Mr McGregor's garden. I can't look!

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Mm. This could work.

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Now, let me see.

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-Meow!

-Come on. Come on!

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-Meow!

-Come on!

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-What's he doing now?

-Getting us caught, that's what.

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-Meow!

-Come on!

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Oh!

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-Oh, it's only you.

-It looked like you needed a hand.

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-Meow!

-What is all that noise?

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Let's get out of here!

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All right, what do you say we make some deliveries? Oh!

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Looks like I'll be having rabbit for Christmas after all.

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Let's see you escape now that I have your peculiar getaway vehicle.

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-Let's get out of here.

-I am not leaving the sledge behind.

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Oh, we weren't trying to escape, Mr Todd,

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you've caught us fair and square this time.

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-BOTH: What?!

-Ha, ha, ha...

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But before you eat us... Hee-ya!

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Oh, dear, is that the best you can do?

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A few little snowballs?

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Stop it!

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I...I'm warning you!

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Come on, say it! Say it!

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I don't want a...

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snowball fight!

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-Did someone say snowball fight?

-Nutkin!

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-Ouch, oh!

-Get him!

-No!

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This isn't fair!

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Now that's what I call friends in high places. Thanks, Nutkin.

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Any time!

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Um, Peter, we have a problem.

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It's no good, the snow's too deep.

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And it is getting a little dark.

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We have to get the sledge moving and make the Christmas deliveries

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or no-one will have their Christmas dinner.

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I have an idea!

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Oh, my! That's something you don't see everyday.

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-Here you are.

-Mmm!

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-Merry Christmas, Mr Fisher!

-Oh, thank you!

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Merry Christmas!

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Hoo-hoo!

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Oh, thank you. And thank you! And merry Christmas!

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Very dark.

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Don't worry, Cottontail, if anyone can find their way home in this...

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It's Peter.

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Oh, Peter, where are you?

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My boy Benjamin is the best digger in these woods.

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He'd have dug a shelter... Oh, no.

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A...a...achoo!

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Peter?

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And halt!

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-Peter!

-Sorry, we're late, Mum.

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You're home, that's all that matters.

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SQUIRRELS: Ha, ha, ha!

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-Thanks, Nutkin.

-Can we keep this?

-Mm-hm.

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Merry Christmas.

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It's Christmas? Oh, well, bye!

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-And who is this?

-This is our new friend, Lily.

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Very nice to meet you.

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We couldn't have done it without her.

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-Oh!

-Then she better join us. Who is ready for some Christmas dinner?

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That would be me. I thought you'd never ask.

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# Oh what fun it is to ride in a one horse open sleigh! #

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To our new friends, welcome to the woods.

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And a merry Christmas to you all.

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A...

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-Achooo!

-Wow! Uf!

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Sorry, Benjamin.

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One, two...

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# Jingle bells, jingle bells Jingle all the way

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# Oh, what fun it is to ride... #

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Well, everyone got their Christmas dinner after all.

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Your father would be proud.

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-Yeah, I suppose.

-What's wrong, Peter?

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-I lost Dad's sledge.

-It's OK, Peter.

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What is it?

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It seems that in all the excitement, everyone got a present except you.

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-This was your father's journal.

-Wow!

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He liked to collect keepsakes from all his adventures.

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-Did he really do all this?

-Mm-hm.

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There are some blank pages in the back.

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Room to add your own adventures.

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Do you know what your father always said was the greatest adventure

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-he ever had?

-What?

-His family.

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ALL: Ha, ha, ha, ha...

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"Instructions on how to build a snow-worthy sledge."

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-Peter!

-Wait for us!

-"First, find the largest fallen tree in the woods

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"and a stick for peeling off bark." Come on, let's hop to it!

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# Peter Rabbit

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# Peter Rabbit

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# Peter Rabbit

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# Peter Rabbit

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# Peter Rabbit! #

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Animation inspired by Beatrix Potter's classic. Peter and his friends Benjamin and Lily share a series of exciting adventures. In this special Christmas story, Mr Bouncer gets too sick to make the important holiday supply delivery, so Peter and Benjamin take it upon themselves to brave a blizzard - and Mr Tod - to get the job done and meet a new friend along the way.


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