Da Mousa Lisa Rastamouse


Da Mousa Lisa

Stop-motion series featuring a crime-fighting agent. Wensley Dale has bought a rare painting online but can't work out why an old painting would still be wet.


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# Zooba dooba dooba dang

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# Zooba dooba dooba day

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# Rastamouse and Scratchy and Zoomer

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# Also known as the Easy Crew

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# Crime fighters They're very special agents

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# Playing reggae when the work is through

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# Give it up, give it up

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# Give it up for the Easy Crew

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# Solvin' mysteries in the neighbourhood

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# Always there to make a bad thing good. #

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-Yo, Red, man. You cool?

-Uh-huh.

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I am cool, thank you, Scratchy, but this is not.

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Someone has left their wet mark on this book, you see,

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right here on my favourite page. The one with the da Mousa Lisa. Oh.

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Me can't believe it!

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Dat's the book me come to borrow.

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It's for the little orphans.

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You are lucky to get this book, Scratchy.

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It's been out on loan a long time and it has only just been returned today.

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That is one bangin' painting for true.

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That Mousa Lisa sister looks so happy and content.

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Look! Whoever borrowed it must have left their paintbrush by mistake.

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Oh, I thank you, Scratchy.

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I will keep it here in case they decide to come back for it.

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Me better get this to the orphanage quick,

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otherwise me going to be late for band practice.

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-Thanks, Red, man. Catch you later.

-You're welcome, Scratchy.

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Oh. Excuse me, brother!

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-Oh.

-Me think you might've dropped this.

-Oh. Oh, yes.

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-Thank you very much.

-You're welcome, brother.

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That's not good.

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That's not good either.

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Yo, Bandulu, you cool?

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Oh, Scratchy,

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me not very cool at all.

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Me trying to show the little ones how to draw,

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but me not very good at it.

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You no worry about that, Bandulu.

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cos me went and get that book you been waiting for from the library.

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Me sure them little ones are going to get inspired by looking at it.

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Ha-ha! Now that's what me call perfect timing!

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Thank you so-o-o-o much!

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You're welcome, Bandulu.

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Now me better split, otherwise me going to be late for band practice.

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-Laters.

-Later, Scratchy.

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Ha-ha.

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Me sorry me late, guys.

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Me went to pick up a book for Bandulu from the library.

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You should've seen it.

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So many paintings in it, them proper amazing!

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Me would love to see one of them things in real life.

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Well, you're in for a treat then, Scratchy,

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cos later the Pres is planning on unveiling a new painting.

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Yah, man. Him say it proper valuable and ting.

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Them little orphans, them going to be invited too.

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For real? Wow, me can't wait for that.

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Mm-hm. Anyways, guys,

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time to jam.

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REGGAE MUSIC

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RADIO CRACKLES

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PRES: 'Easy Crew, come in, come in. Are you reading me?

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'Message from President Wensley Dale. Come immediately.'

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Come on, crew. Looks like we're needed by the Pres.

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Ha-ha! Let's go!

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I wonder what kind of painting the Pres has bought.

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Me not know, Scratchy,

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but him say it proper feels and proper old,

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like 500 years old.

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Whoa. Me sure me never seen

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anything that old before.

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Oh, Easy Crew, thank goodness you're here,

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cos me not know what to do.

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Me got a problem with this painting here.

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That's why me call on you.

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-SCRATCHY GASPS

-Me can't believe it.

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It's da Mousa Lisa.

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So what the problem then, Wensley?

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When me went to hang the painting up -

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now this one make me upset -

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me accidentally touch me paw upon it

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and found out the paint,

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it's still wet.

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That painting is taking bare time to dry.

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Hold on a minute, why that sister looking so vexed?

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Me sure she supposed to be proper content and ting.

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Hmm. Where you get this painting from, Wensley?

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Me not feeling great about that, Rastamouse,

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cos me bought the ting online.

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Me not bother to check if it was real and ting,

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me just thought it was going to be fine.

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You not worry yourself, Mr President.

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The Easy Crew will investigate.

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-Did you see who delivered it to the mansion?

-Me not see him,

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-but Malky said Fats delivered it this morning in his truck.

-Cool.

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Come on, crew. First stop, Fats' garage.

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-Laters,

-Pres. Laters, Easy Crew..

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Yo, Fats, you cool?

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Yo, crew, me cool, thanks.

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-You know that delivery you make to the Pres earlier.

-Yah, man.

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-Why?

-We were just wondering who asked you to do that?

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Oh. That was Dwayne.

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Why him not deliver it himself?

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Cos the package was way too big to fit in his postbag.

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so me do him that little favour.

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Why? Is there a problem?

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We not sure yet, but thanks for your help anyways.

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Any time, guys.

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-Yo, guys.

-Yo, Dwayne, wa'gwan?

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Me cool. What's new?

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You know the package you asked Fats to deliver earlier?

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Oh, yes, that was one big package.

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Me could never have delivered it without Fats' help.

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Do you by any chance remember who mailed it in the first place?

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Now let me see.

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Me remember that me never seen him before.

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Wait a minute, there was one other ting.

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Me notice that he was carrying a big book of paintings.

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That could've been the same book me borrow for Bandulu from the library.

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Red, man, said it only just got returned today.

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Cool tinking, Scratchy. Let's get over to the library.

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-Laters, Dwayne.

-Laters, Easy Crew.

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And thanks for your help!

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Word up, Red, man. You good?

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I am good, thank you. Have you come to borrow some more books?

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We actually conducting an important investigation for the President.

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We come to ask if you remember anything about the mouse

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who returned that big book of paintings earlier.

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I remember he left a wet mark on the book, which I was not happy about.

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And, yes, now I think about it, there was something else.

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He had a funny-looking handkerchief sticking out of his back pocket.

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That's it! Me saw him earlier!

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Him dropped that hanky 'pon the street outside the yard

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and me pick it up for him. Me know exactly where him live.

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Nice work, Scratchy.

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-Come on, crew, follow me.

-Wait, scratchy!

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-Perhaps you guys could return this for me then too.

-Of course.

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Laters, Red, man.

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This is the place.

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Knock, knock.

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Oh. Can I help you?

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-You might've dropped this in the library.

-Thank you very much.

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We were hoping you might be able to help us with our investigation

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Do you know anything about da Mousa Lisa painting

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that was delivered to the President?

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The Mousa Lisa, it's very valuable

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and around 500 years old.

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Mm. That's what me thought.

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Can you tell us why the painting might still be wet?

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Well... Oh, I'm sorry.

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My name is Da Tinci and I'm going to have to fess up here,

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cos I realise I made a big mistake.

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You see, I needed to find a way to keep on painting.

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That's why I ended up making that fake.

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You see, I borrowed a book from the library

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with these fa-MOUSE paintings in,

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and then I decided to copy one and try to sell it,

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passing it off as the real thing.

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Why you need to do that?

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I needed the money, dear boy,

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so I could keep buying paints, brushes and canvas.

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Besides, I think my copy of that Mousa Lisa

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must've been pretty cool, cos, well, no-one realised it was a fake.

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That copy was amazing, for real,

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apart from one ting.

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How come you paint the sister frowning instead of looking happy?

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Oh, I knew from the start what I was doing was wrong,

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so it made me feel nervous and down.

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That's why my brush slipped when I painted her mouth.

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Then I had to turn her smile into a frown

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Oh, dear, what have I done?

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Da Tinci, me can see that you're sorry

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and that you'd like to find a way

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to make up for the mistake you made,

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and start to make a bad ting good.

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Me got an idea how you can do that,

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but me going have to put in a call to the Pres first.

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PHONE RINGS

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Greetings. Oh, thank goodness.

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Hm.

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Go on.

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What? It not real?

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Oh. OK.

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That plan sound proper, Rastamouse.

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Da Tinci, from now on,

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if you do tings right and this is how you're going to start,

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the Pres has agreed to you becoming the curator

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of Mouseland's first-ever museum of art.

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Oh, dear mouse, thank you so-o-o much!

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I would LOVE to do that job!

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Ha-ha! And you can help out Bandulu by giving them little orphans

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painting lessons too.

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Yes, yes! And I promise that I won't sell fakes any more.

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He would like to welcome you all

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to Mouseland's very first art exhibition

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organised by Da Tinci.

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And it gives me great pleasure

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to declare this museum of art open.

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-CHEERING

-Come on, little ones. Follow me.

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Now, here we have Marilyn Mouse-roe

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by Handy Warhol,

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The Squeak by Munch,

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Rodent's The Tinker,

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and my very own painting of

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the Easy Crew.

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-That Da Tinci sure is wicked at painting.

-True dat.

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RADIO CRACKLES

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PRES: 'Easy Crew, come in, come in. Are you reading me?

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'Message from President Wensley Dale.

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'Listen up, you three. Rastamouse, come in, come in.

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'Me love your artistic plan.

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'Da Tinci's exhibition was REAL good.'

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Thanks. Me love dat.

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Irie, man.

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# Give it up, give it up

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# Give it up for the Easy Crew

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# Solvin' mysteries in the neighbourhood

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# Always there to make a bad thing good. #

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Rastamouse, come in, come in! The president needs you to solve an artistic mystery!

Wensley Dale has bought a very rare painting online but he can't work out why such an old painting would still be wet. Scratchy instantly recognises the painting. It's the famous Mousa Lisa, but she too is troubled - the Mousa Lisa seems to have developed a frown! Da Easy Crew must find who delivered the picture and work out why the valuable old painting no longer looks like it's supposed to.


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