The adventures of two young koalas on a mission to help other creatures. Mitzi writes George the postman a letter, but he loses it somewhere on his rounds.
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# There's no need to whistle And there's no need to shout
# Hey, hey, hey, hey! Help is on its way!
# Call the Koala Brothers! Call the Koala Brothers!
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In the outback, it's not that easy being a postman,
especially if you're a turtle.
George was running late as usual.
Huh?! But... Oh!
But he was doing his best.
George always likes to deliver post in person,
rather than leaving it in the postbox.
That's because his favourite part of the day is when he gets to say,
"Good morning," as he hands over the post.
-Morning, George. Is there anything for me today?
Well, er... let me have a little look see.
HE MUMBLES TO HIMSELF Here you go.
Ah, thanks, George!
BOTH: Hi, George! G'day! Now, what have I got here?
-Hmm, one for you, Frank.
-And one for you, Buster.
-Oh, thanks, George.
Hi, George! Have you got anything for me?!
Morning, Mitzi. Let's have a little look.
There's three for you, Mitzi.
Three?! Hey, wow! Thanks, George!
-Oh, I only got one.
-Come on, Buster. We've got work to do.
You work in a post office. I expect you get lots and lots of letters.
Um... No, not really.
You don't?! Not often, no.
Now, George would NEVER complain about not getting many letters.
But Mitzi was surprised.
Mitzi decided that SHE was going to write HIM a letter.
Mitzi loved writing letters to her friends.
But sometimes, she wasn't quite sure what to say.
I like you, cos you're slow. No, no. That's rude.
Cos you bring the letters! No, he knows that.
You make me very happy, cos you bring letters from my friends.
Um, so I know what they're doing!
Um, love Mitzi. There, that's it!
After all that, she decided to start again.
The next morning, when George was emptying the postbox in town...
I've got this for you. For me?!
Yes. I wrote you a letter. Oh!
Oh, thank you, Mitzi. You have to put it in the letter box, though.
But it's for YOU. Yes.
But you have to put it in the box so I can collect it properly. Oh, OK.
- Huh?! It's for me! - Yes, that's what I just said!
Oh, that's nice. I'll read it later, when I've finished my deliveries.
- So I can look forward to it. - Oh, OK.
I'll put it right here, where it's safe.
One thing was certain - getting a letter from Mitzi
put George in a really good mood for the rest of the day.
Morning, Sammy. Morning, Josie. BOTH: Morning, George.
I got a letter from Mitzi this morning.
That's nice. Are you gonna open it?
Oh, no. Not yet. I'm saving it for later.
George told everyone that day
how happy he was that he'd got a letter from Mitzi.
Now, a busy postman sometimes finds
that with all the walking he does his shoelace comes undone.
Oh! Not again!
Meanwhile, the Koala Brothers were going out on their daily patrol.
-BOTH: Standing by.
Chocks away, Buster!
Chocks away, Frank!
-Get the gate, Ned!
-I'm getting the gate, Frank!
-Buckle up, Buster.
George had been looking forward to reading Mitzi's letter all day.
Frank and Buster were looking for anyone in need of help.
-He looks lost!
-But he's a postman!
-Postmen don't get lost!
-Looks like he needs help, though!
-What's up, George?
-Mitzi gave me a letter and...
I've lost it! I don't get many letters!
-Maybe you dropped it somewhere.
-Why not search the way you came?
-That's a good idea!
-And we'll fly around
and see if we spot it from the air!
Right. Yes. Thank you, Frank.
-Do you see anything, Buster?
-Yeah! There's lots and lots of nothing!
But something caught Buster's eye.
I found a letter on the road! I think George must've dropped it!
-Well done, Alice.
-We've been looking for that everywhere!
George'll be really pleased you found it.
Thank you, Frank! Thank you, Buster! Thank you, Alice.
I've been looking forward to reading Mitzi's letter all day!
As George went back to delivering the post, Frank began to think.
-If getting just ONE letter made him so happy...
-I've got an idea!
Let's get EVERYONE to write George a letter.
-And that's just what they did.
Everyone wrote George a letter.
The next day, George went to the postbox as usual,
to collect the letters.
Oh! I can't wait!
George found there was ANOTHER letter for him.
And another one! And another!
In fact, they were ALL for George!
-They're all for me!
-We know! We all wrote you a letter!
I wanted to write you a letter, George, to say something,
but I couldn't think of the words.
And then, I thought I could say it much better like this!
Oh, thank you. Thank you, everyone.
And you, Buster. ..I'm so pleased, I don't know what to say.
You know, if you replied to them,
you'd probably get lots more letters back!
And that's exactly what George did.
Unfortunately, it took George so long
to write replies to each of the letters,
that the post was delivered even later than usual.
But nobody minded. It's good to make your friends feel wanted.
Subtitles by Raymond Morrison BBC Broadcast - 2003
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The adventures of Frank and Buster, two intrepid young koalas on a mission to help other creatures in the outback. Mitzi writes George the postman a letter, but he loses it somewhere on his rounds.
George looks so despondent that the Koala Brothers decide to search for the missing letter. George is so happy to get the letter back that Frank asks everybody to write the postman a letter. When George opens the post the next day, he finds that all the letters are for him!