Postman Pat and the Didgeridoo Postman Pat: Special Delivery Service


Postman Pat and the Didgeridoo

Children's animation. Pat is delivering two things - Dottie the hamster and a didgeridoo from Australia - both to the school.


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# Postman Pat, Postman Pat

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# Postman Pat and his black-and-white cat

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Meow!

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# Early in the morning

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# Just as day is dawning

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# He picks up all the postbags in his van

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# Postman Pat, Postman Pat

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# Postman Pat and his black-and-white cat. #

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Meow!

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# All the birds are singing

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# And the day is just beginning

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# Pat feels he's a really happy man

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# Everybody knows his bright red van

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# All his friends will smile as he waves to greet them

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# Maybe

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# You can never be sure

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# There'll be knock...

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# Ring...

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# Parcels to your door... #

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# Postman Pat, Postman Pat

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# Postman Pat and his black-and-white cat

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# All the birds are singing and the day is just beginning

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# Pat feels he's a really happy man

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# Pat feels he's a really happy man. #

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PAT CHUCKLES JESS PURRS

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-Bye!

-Julian, don't forget Dottie.

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DOTTIE SQUEAKS

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Oh, sorry, Mum.

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Bye, love.

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Oof.

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Meow.

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Meow. Meow!

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I know you've enjoyed having Dottie for the weekend, Jess,

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but she's got to go back to the school now.

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Meow.

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VAN RUMBLES

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DOTTIE SQUEAKS

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DOTTIE SQUEAKS

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-Meow, meow.

-Calm down, Jess. You'll see Dottie again soon.

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-Bye, Dad!

-Bye!

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VAN RUMBLES

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DOTTIE SQUEAKS

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-Meow, meow.

-Not now, Jess. I'm driving.

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PHONE RINGS

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Hello, Special Delivery Service, Pat Clifton speaking.

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Pat, I've got an unusual one for you today. How soon can you get here?

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-We're on our way. We've got a special delivery, Jess.

-Meow?

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What's it going to be today?

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STRANGE DRONING

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Ben?

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Hi, Pat, Here's your special delivery.

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-It's for Lauren at the school.

-What is it? A musical telescope?

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-No, it's a didgeridoo.

-A didgeri-what?

-A didgeridoo.

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-It's a special musical instrument all the way from Australia.

-Ooh.

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Here, give it a blow.

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Meow?

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DIDGERIDOO HUMS

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M-e-e-o-w!

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Hmm... I don't think the didgeridoo is quite your instrument, Pat.

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No, maybe I'd best leave it to the children. Come one, Jess.

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Oh, these need to go to Pencaster Station too, Pat.

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No problem, I'll drop them off on the way.

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CHILDREN: Oh, wow!

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OK, everyone, shush.

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We're going to be exploring musical instruments from

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different countries, like this gong from China.

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Cool! Let's rock!

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BILL MAKES DRUM NOISES

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Yes, thank you, Bill.

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You're all going to have a chance to play them.

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Some are very tricky to learn, especially my surprise instrument.

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CHILDREN GASP

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Right, let's get started.

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CLATTER OF INSTRUMENTS

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VAN RUMBLES

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DOTTIE SQUEAKS

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Meow, meow. Meow.

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Jess, would you please sit still? Dottie's gone.

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Meow.

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Hmm, we're nearly on empty.

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-I think we'd better fill up before we go any further.

-Meow.

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-A didgeri-what'sit?

-PAT CHUCKLES

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A Didgeridoo. It's from Australia, give it a blow.

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DIDGERIDOO HUMS

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DOTTIE SQUEAKS

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Meow.

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By gum.

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M-e-e-o-o-w!

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Jess, be quiet! It wasn't that bad.

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Here, let me have another go.

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DIDGERIDOO HUMS

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DOTTIE SQUEAKS

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Meow, meow. Meow.

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-All right, all right, Jess. Maybe I do need more practice.

-Meow.

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PHONE RINGS

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-Oh. Hello?

-Hi, Pat, is everything OK?

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Why have you stopped at the garage?

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-Everything's fine Ben, we just had to fill up.

-What's that noise?

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Erm, nothing, we're on our way.

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DIDGERIDOO HUMS

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DOTTIE SQUEAKS

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-Ted!

-Sorry.

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INSTRUMENTS PLAY

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-Well done, everyone. Oh, I wonder where Pat is.

-Mrs Taylor!

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Mrs Taylor! Dottie's not in her cage!

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CHILDREN GASP

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-She's gone!

-Oh, poor Dottie.

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CHILDREN CHATTER

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Don't worry, everyone, she can't have gone far.

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Let's all look for her.

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CHILDREN CALL DOTTIE

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-Hey, is that one of them didgeridoos?

-Yes, it is, Ajay.

-Oh.

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Have you played one before?

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-No, but my great uncle Cullie was a dab hand. Can I have a go?

-Well...

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Thanks, Pat.

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DIDGERIDOO HUMS

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Meow.

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Ahh, yes, well.

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It takes years of practice to play as well as me great uncle Cullie.

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DIDGERIDOO HUMS

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DOTTIE SQUEAKS

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-Meow!

-Not bad, eh?

-Not bad at all, Pat.

-Meow.

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-Right, off to the school then, Jess. Bye, Ajay.

-Ta-ra, Pat.

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Oh.

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-Hello, Mrs Goggins, is everything OK?

-Oh, Pat.

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I know you're on a special delivery

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but Dorothy left her shopping in the Post Office earlier

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and I was wondering if you could drop it at Thompson Ground on your way?

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-Of course I can.

-Thank you, Pat.

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Meow, meow, meow! Meow!

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Oh, there's nothing tasty in there for you, Jess.

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Come away!

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-Bye, Pat.

-Bye, Mrs Goggins.

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CHILDREN CALL DOTTIE

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-Is everything OK, Lauren?

-No. Dottie's missing.

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-The cage door was open and she must have got out.

-Oh, dear.

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She was definitely in the cage when Pat left this morning.

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I'll give him a call, maybe he can help.

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-Delivery for you, Alf.

-That's grand, Pat.

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Meow.

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-Jess!

-Oh, dear.

-Now look what you've done.

-Meow!

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DOTTIE SQUEAKS

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-Oh, no! It's rolled into me log pile.

-They all look the same, Alf.

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How am I going to find the didgeridoo?

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Oh, we'll have to look through them all.

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Oh.

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ROSIE BLEATS

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PHONE RINGS

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Special Delivery Service, Pat Clifton speaking.

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Pat, it's Lauren.

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-Dottie's escaped, have you seen her?

-Oh, dear, no, I haven't.

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I'm busy with a special delivery at the minute,

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but I'll help look for her as soon as I can.

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Thanks, Pat, bye.

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Dottie's gone missing.

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-Oh, aye?

-Meow.

-Don't worry, Jess, she won't have gone far.

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DIDGERIDOO HUMS

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Rosie? I've never heard her make that noise before.

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That wasn't Rosie, that was my special delivery.

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-She must have accidentally blown into it.

-Clever girl, Rosie.

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-What does this Didgeri-thingamy do then?

-I'll show you.

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DIDGERIDOO HUMS

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DOTTIE SQUEAKS

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Meow.

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Meow? Meow! Meow! Meow.

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-Meow!

-Jess, behave yourself!

-Oh, that sounded good, Pat.

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-And thanks for bringing the shopping back.

-No problem, Dorothy.

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I don't suppose you could take

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these left over lettuces to the school, could you?

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-For Dottie?

-Of course I will.

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Come on, Jess.

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Meow.

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VAN RUMBLES

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CHILDREN CALL DOTTIE

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-What if Dottie never comes back, miss?

-I really miss her.

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-Hello, Lauren. Here's your special delivery.

-Thanks, Pat.

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Hopefully it'll cheer the children up a bit.

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Look, children, our special instrument has arrived!

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This has come all the way from Australia.

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It's called a didgeridoo.

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Can we play it, Miss? I bet I can.

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Of course you can.

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Pffft!

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It must be broken.

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It isn't broken, Bill. Watch.

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DIDGERIDOO HUMS

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Look! That box is moving.

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CHILDREN: Dottie!

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Well, look at that.

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See, I told you we'd find her somewhere near by.

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Meow.

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I don't think she'll be hungry for a while though,

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this was full of lettuces when I left Thompson Ground.

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LAUGHTER

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Come on then, everyone. Let's play some instruments.

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CHILDREN CHEER

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-If you would, please, Pat.

-It'd be my pleasure, Lauren.

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DIDGERIDOO HUMS

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INSTRUMENTS CLATTER

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Special Delivery Service, mission accomplished.

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# Special Delivery Service

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# Pat is on his way

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# Special Delivery Service

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SDS!

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# What's it going to be today?

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# Postman Pat! SDS!

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# We all know he's the best! #

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Mission accomplished!

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Pat is delivering two things - Dottie the hamster and a didgeridoo from Australia - both to the school. But when Dottie goes missing and everyone is searching high and low for her, it's the wibbly-wobbly music of Pat playing the didgeridoo which helps to uncover her hiding place in the end!


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