Gaelic cartoon series about a girl who lives next door to a zoo and is told a story by the animals every night.
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# 64, 64, 64 Zoo Lane 64, 64, 64 Zoo Lane... #
Hello, I'm Lucy. I live at 64 Zoo Lane
and I have very special neighbours. Look!
# There's one with a hump, one who can jump, and one who is plump
# 64, 64, 64 Zoo Lane
# Some like it hot, some like it chilly, some like it silly
# 64, 64, 64 Zoo Lane
# Some are friendly, some are scary But not one is ordinary
# 64, 64, 64 Zoo Lane
# Some are spotty, some are stripy Prickly...woolly...furry...slimy
# Some are quite big, some are small And Georgina is incredibly tall
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Bedtime, Lucy! >
-ALL: Hi, Lucy!
-Do you like my new bracelet?
-Oh...that's very pretty!
Whose name is that?
Was it a present from Emma?
Uh...no. Not really. I borrowed it from her.
So you asked Emma if you could wear her bracelet for a while?
This reminds me of the story of Pauline the Pelican.
-Would you like to hear it?
-I think you should.
I do love your stories, Molly.
Every day, just as the sun was climbing in the sky,
Pauline the Pelican would go fishing for her breakfast on Waterlily Lake.
One day, the fish were particularly clever and slippery.
No matter how hard she tried, Pauline couldn't catch a thing.
Look out below! Yummy fish in view!
Seamus the Stork wasn't having any trouble finding fish.
He'd caught lots of fish that day already.
One for me...and one for me!
I'll take another one for me! And one for Seamus, of course!
Seamus had caught so many fish,
he couldn't carry them all back to his nest!
Well, I suppose I can leave this one behind and come back for it later!
Ready for take-off? Let's go! Br-rr-m!
Seamus had left behind a very big and tasty fish,
and Pauline was feeling hungry.
RUMBLING Oh! That's me tummy rumbling!
Seamus doesn't need this fish. I'll take it and catch one for him later.
I'm sure he won't mind! Anyway, he'll never know.
What a cheek!
Herbert the Warthog was feeling happy.
He's just had a dust bath and found a huge watermelon.
My watermelon! Where's it gone? Where's it gone?
Ooh! What a nasty shock that was!
Naughty watermelon! Hiding from Herbert!
Safe at last! Time for a little trot before lunchtime.
Why not? Then I'll gobble it down!
Pauline thought the watermelon looked delicious.
Ooh! My watermelon!
Where's it gone?
As Pauline flew over the savanna,
she spotted Reginald the Lion dozing in the long grass.
My lovely, tasty bone!
Reginald is fast asleep. I'm sure he won't mind if I eat that bone now
and bring him another one later.
Lovely bone! Just for Reggie!
I don't believe it!
Pauline's beak was so full of food,
she couldn't fly.
She had to walk the rest of the way back home.
< Anyone at home?
Good evening, Pauline.
-We're not disturbing your tea, or anything(?)
Actually, we've come to warn you! Mm? >
-Someone wolfed my watermelon!
I'd buried it in the safest place in the whole savanna!
Now it's gone! It's not fair!
-Someone has been taking food without asking.
-lost a bone!
-I lost a fish!
-I lost the juiciest watermelon in the whole world!
So be on your guard, Pauline Pelican. Don't leave any food lying around.
-Or you might be next!
-Even hiding it in holes doesn't help!
Well, we'll leave you to get on with whatever you were doing.
Just thought we'd warn you.
Pauline felt very guilty, and wished she'd never taken the food.
Even though she was so hungry that her tummy was rumbling,
she decided to give the food back to her friends.
This'll be hard. If Reginald catches me with his bone, I'm in trouble.
Oh, well, here goes...
It was very dark when Pauline finally got home.
She hadn't eaten anything all day,
but she was happy that all the food was back where it belonged
and she fell into a deep sleep.
-Wakey, wakey, Pauline!
-Is it someone's birthday?
-And it's not Christmas?
- No! - So...?
We decided we had so much food, we'd share it and have a party!
The cake is for you, our favourite pelican.
I don't know what to say!
How about..."Let's eat"?
Yeah, let's go down to the lake and eat our cake.
Fishes and cream! Oh...! Yippee! Yeah!
-Pauline was very happy.
-And Seamus, Reggie and Herbert were happy too.
And they all had lots to eat!
-I think I'll give Emma her bracelet back tomorrow.
-I'll make her a cake, like they did for Pauline!
-With fishes and cream?!
YUK! I don't think so! I want her to stay my friend!
It's much too late for baking cakes now. Time for bed, I think.
Thanks for the story. Good night!
ALL: Good night, Lucy!
Subtitles by Annelie Beaton BBC Scotland 2001
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