Big Disney Characters and Turntables and Other Stories is a Disney/Thomas parody of the Thomas and Friends US video, Tenders and Turntables and Other Stories. It features six first season episodes, and one second season episode of Pongo the Dalmatian and Friends narrated by Ringo Starr.


  • Pongo (from 101 Dalmatians) as Thomas
  • Hercules (from Hercules) as Edward
  • Baloo (from The Jungle Book) as Henry
  • Sir Ector (from The Sword in the Stone) as Gordon
  • Donald Duck (from Mickey Mouse) as James
  • Piglet (from Winnie the Pooh) as Percy
  • Friar Tuck (from Robin Hood) as Toby
  • The Raccoon Twins (from Peter Pan) as Donald and Douglas
  • Mickey Mouse (from Mickey Mouse) as Sir Topham Hatt
  • Michael Banks (from Mary Poppins) as Stephen Hatt
  • Jane Banks (from Mary Poppins) as Bridget Hatt
  • Governor Ratcliffe (from Pocahontas) as The Ffarquhar Stationmaster
  • The Evil Queen (from Snow White) as the Stationmaster's Wife
  • Jasmine (from Aladdin) as Henrietta
  • Pirates (from Peter Pan) and Monkeys (from The Jungle Book) as The Troublesome Trucks
  • Flowers (from Alice in Wonderland) as The Coaches
  • Abigail (from The Aristocats) as Annie (does not speak)
  • Amelia (from The Aristocats) as Clarabel (does not speak)
  • Minnie Mouse (from Mickey Mouse) as Lady Hatt (does not speak; not named)
  • Tod (from The Fox and the Hound) as Bertie (cameo)
  • Mary Poppins (from Mary Poppins) as Mrs. Kyndley (cameo)
  • Widow Tweed (from The Fox and the Hound) as The Storyteller (cameo)
  • Cruella DeVil (from 101 Dalmatians) as Daisy (mentioned; not named)
  • Everyone else as Themselves


  1. Big Disney Characters and Turntables
  2. Trouble in the House
  3. Piglet Runs Away
  4. Pongo Comes to Breakfast
  5. Baloo's Special Medicine
  6. The Flying Kipper
  7. Friar Tuck the Badger


Big Disney Characters and Turntables

Narrator: "Baloo and Sir Ector were lonely when Pongo left the yard to run his route. They missed him very much. They had more work to do and had to fetch their own flowers. The big Disney Characters thought they were too important to fetch flowers.

Donald Duck grumbled too."

Baloo, Sir Ector and Donald Duck: "We get no rest, we get no rest!"

Narrator: "They all complained, but the flowers only laughed."

Flowers: "You're lazy and slack, you're lazy and slack."

Narrator: "They answered.

All together, the Disney Characters were causing Mickey Mouse a great deal of trouble.

The big stations at both ends of the route each have a turntable. Mickey had made them so that the big Disney Characters can be turned around, because it is dangerous for them to go fast backwards.

Little Disney Characters, like Pongo, don't need turntables. They can go just as well backwards as forwards. But to hear Sir Ector talk, you would have thought that Mickey had made him big just to show how important he was."

Sir Ector: "You don't understand, little Pongo. We big Disney Characters have a position to keep up. It doesn't matter where you go, but we are important. And for Mickey Mouse to make us do arranging, fetch flowers and go on some of those dirty sidings. It's... it's... well, it's not the proper thing."

Narrator: "Pongo chuckled, and went off with Abigail and Amelia."

Sir Ector: "Disgraceful!"

Narrator: "Sir Ector hissed, as he went backwards to the turntable.

The turntable was in a windy place close to the sea. And if he was not on it just right, he put it out of balance and made it difficult to turn. Today, Sir Ector was in a bad temper, and the wind was blowing fiercely. His driver tried to make him stop in the right place, but Sir Ector wasn't trying. The fireman tried to turn the handle, but Sir Ector's weight and the strong winds prevented him."

Sir Ector's Driver and Fireman: "It's no good."

Narrator: "They said at last."

Sir Ector's Driver and Fireman: "You upset the balance. If you were a little Disney Character, you'd be alright. Now, you'll have to take the next line of flowers backwards."

Boys: "Look!"

Narrator: "Called some boys."

Boys: "There's a new little Disney Character. Oh, it's only Sir Ector back to front."

Pongo: "Hello."

Narrator: "Called Pongo."

Pongo: "Playing little Disney Characters? Sensible man. Take my advice, lose some weight and have some nice spots."

Narrator: "Sir Ector said nothing.

Even Donald laughed when he saw him."

Sir Ector: "Take care."

Narrator: "Hissed Sir Ector."

Sir Ector: "You might stick too."

Donald Duck: "No fear."

Narrator: "Chuckled Donald."

Donald: "I'm not so fat as you.

I mustn't stick."

Narrator: "Thought Donald. He stopped on just the right place to balance to the table. It could now swing easily.

Sir Ector arrived in time to see everything.

Donald turned much too easily. The wind puffed him round like a top. He couldn't stop."

Sir Ector: "Well, well."

Narrator: "Said Sir Ector."

Sir Ector: "Are you playing roundabouts?"

Narrator: "Poor Donald, feeling quite giddy, rolled off into the house without a word.

That night, the three Disney Characters had an indignation meeting."

Sir Ector: "It's shameful to treat big Disney Characters like this! Sir Ector has to go backwards and people think he's a little Disney Character, Donald spins round like a top and everyone laughs at us. And to add to that, Mickey Mouse makes us all arrange in dirty sidings. Ugh!


Narrator: "Said Sir Ector. He whispered something to the others."

Sir Ector: "We'll do it tomorrow. Mickey will look silly!"

Narrator: "The Disney Characters had decided to go on strike."

Trouble in the House

Narrator: "Mickey Mouse sat in his office listening to the noise outside. The passengers were angry. The stationmaster came in."

Stationmaster: "There's trouble in the house, sir. Baloo is sulking, there are no flowers and the passengers are saying this is a bad land."

Mickey Mouse: "Indeed."

Narrator: "Said Mickey."

Mickey Mouse: "We cannot allow that."

Narrator: "He found Sir Ector, Donald Duck and Baloo looking very cross."

Mickey Mouse: "Come along, Baloo. It's time your flowers are ready."

Sir Ector: "Baloo's not going!"

Narrator: "Said Sir Ector."

Sir Ector: "We won't arrange like little Disney Characters. That was Pongo's job. We are important big Disney Characters. You fetch our flowers, and we will take them. Big Disney Characters don't arrange!"

Mickey Mouse: "We'll see about that."

Narrator: "Said Mickey."

Mickey Mouse: "No character on my land is too important for small jobs."

Narrator: "And he hurried away to find Hercules."

Mickey Mouse: "The yard's never been the same since Pongo left to run his route."

Narrator: "He thought sadly.

Hercules was arranging pirates."

Mickey Mouse: "Leave those pirates please, Hercules."

Narrator: "Said Mickey."

Mickey Mouse: "I want you to fetch flowers for me in the yard."

Hercules: "Thank you, sir. That will be a nice change."

Mickey Mouse: "That's a good man. Off you go then."

Narrator: "So Hercules found flowers for the big Disney Characters and that day the lines ran as usual.

But next morning, Hercules looked unhappy. Sir Ector came clanking past kicking dirt as usual."

Mickey Mouse: "Bless me!"

Narrator: "Said Mickey."

Mickey Mouse: "What a noise!"

Hercules: "They all kicked dirt at me, sir."

Narrator: "Answered Hercules."

Hercules: "They say big Disney Characters don't arrange, and last night, they said I have gray shoes. I haven't, have I sir?"

Mickey Mouse: "No, Hercules. You have nice brown ones, and I'm proud of you. Big Disney Characters do arrange. But all the same, we do need another little Disney Character here."

Narrator: "We went to a workshop, and they showed him all sorts of characters.

At last, we saw a nice little pink piglet with big ears."

Mickey Mouse: "That's the one."

Narrator: "He thought."

Mickey Mouse: "If I choose you, will you work hard?"

Piglet: "Oh, sir. Yes, sir."

Mickey Mouse: "That's a good character. I'll call you 'Piglet'."

Piglet: "Yes, sir. Thank you, sir."

Narrator: "Said Piglet. And Mickey brought him back to the yard."

Mickey Mouse: "Hercules,"

Narrator: "He called."

Mickey Mouse: "Here's Piglet. Will you show him everything?"

Narrator: "Piglet soon learned what he had to do, and they had a happy afternoon.

Then, Baloo came by, kicking as usual."

Piglet: "Wheesh!"

Narrator: "Went Piglet. Baloo jumped and ran back to the house."

Hercules: "How beautifully you wheeshed him."

Narrator: "Laughed Hercules."

Hercules: "I can't wheesh like that."

Piglet: "Oh."

Narrator: "Said Piglet."

Piglet: "That's nothing. You should here them in the workshop. You have to wheesh loudly to make yourself heard."

Narrator: "Next morning, Pongo arrived."

Pongo: "Mickey Mouse sent for me. I expect he wants help."

Narrator: "He said to Hercules."

Hercules: "Sh, sh. Here he comes."

Narrator: "Replied Hercules."

Mickey Mouse: "Well done, Pongo. You've been quick. Listen, Baloo, Sir Ector and Donald are sulking. They say they won't arrange like little Disney Characters. So I have shut them up, and I want you both to run the path for a while."

Pongo: "Little Disney Characters, indeed!"

Narrator: "Snorted Pongo."

Pongo: "We'll show them!"

Mickey Mouse: "And Piglet will help too."

Piglet: "Oh, sir. Yes, sir. Please, sir."

Narrator: "Answered Piglet.

Hercules and Pongo worked the main path, greeting each other as they pass by. Piglet puffed along the branch path. Pongo was anxious about Abigail and Amelia, but both driver and conductor promised to take care of them.

There were fewer lines of flowers, but the passengers didn't mind. They knew that three other Disney Characters were having a lesson.

Sir Ector, Donald and Baloo were cold, lonely and miserable. They wished now they hadn't been so silly."

Piglet Runs Away

Narrator: "Baloo, Donald and Sir Ector were miserable. They had been shut up for several day for being naughty, and long to be let out again.

At last, Mickey Mouse arrived."

Mickey Mouse: "I hope you are sorry."

Narrator: "He said."

Mickey Mouse: "And understand that every job on the land is important. We have a new Disney Character called Piglet, who helps pull flowers, and Pongo and Hercules have worked the main path nicely. But I will let you out now if you promise to work hard."

Baloo, Sir Ector and Donald Duck: "Yes, sir."

Narrator: "Said the three Disney Characters."

Baloo, Sir Ector and Donald Duck: "We will."

Mickey Mouse: "That's right, but please remember that this no arranging nonsense must stop."

Narrator: "He then told Piglet, Hercules and Pongo that they can go and play on the branch path for a few days. And they ran off happily to find Abigail and Amelia at the junction.

The two ducks were so pleased to see Pongo again.

Hercules and Piglet played with the pirates."

Pirates: "Stop, stop, stop!"

Narrator: "Screamed the pirates, as they were pushed into their proper sidings, but the two Disney Characters laughed and went on arranging till the pirates were tightly arranged.

Next, Hercules took some pirates to the quarry. Piglet was left alone. He didn't mind that a bit. He liked watching Disney Characters and being cheeky to them."

Piglet: "Hurry, hurry, hurry!"

Narrator: "He would call, and they got very cross.

After a great deal of arranging, Piglet was waiting for the signalman to set the path so that he can get back to the yard. He was eager to work, but was being rather careless and not paying attention. Hercules had warned Piglet."

Hercules: "Be careful on the main path. Whistle to the signalman you are there."

Narrator: "But Piglet didn't remember to whistle, so the busy signalman forgot him.

Piglet waited and waited. The path was still against him so he couldn't move. Then he looked along the main path."

Piglet: "Peep, peep!"

Narrator: "He whistled in horror, for rushing straight towards him was Sir Ector with the express."

Sir Ector: "Ohhh!"

Narrator: "Groaned Sir Ector."

Sir Ector: "Get out of my way!"

Narrator: "Piglet opened his eyes. Sir Ector had stopped just a few inches from him. But Piglet had began to move."

Piglet: "I won't stay here. I'll run away!"

Narrator: "He puffed.

He ran straight through Hercules' station, and was so frightened that he ran right up Sir Ector's hill without stopping.

After that, he was tired, but he couldn't stop. He had no driver to stop him."

Piglet: "I want to stop, I want to stop."

Narrator: "He puffed.

The man in the signalbox saw that Piglet was in trouble. So he kindly set the path. Piglet puffed wearily onto a nice empty siding, ending in a big bank of earth. He was too tired now to care where he want."

Piglet: "I want to stop, I want to stop. I have stopped."

Narrator: "He puffed thankfully."

Workmen: "Never mind, Piglet."

Narrator: "Said the workmen, as they dug him out."

Workmen: "You shall have a drink and a snack, and then you'll feel better."

Narrator: "Presently, Sir Ector arrived."

Sir Ector: "Well done, Piglet. You started so quickly that you stopped a nasty accident."

Piglet: "I'm sorry I was cheeky."

Narrator: "Said Piglet."

Piglet: "You were clever to stop."

Narrator: "Then Sir Ector helped pull Piglet out from the bank.

The two Disney characters are now good friends, but Piglet is always most careful when he goes out on the main path."

Pongo Comes to Breakfast

Narrator: "Pongo the Dalmatians has worked his route for many years, and knows it very well."

Pongo's Driver: "You know just where to stop, Pongo."

Narrator: "Laughed his driver."

Pongo's Driver: "You could almost manage it without me."

Narrator: "Pongo had become conceited. He didn't realize his driver was joking.

Later, he boasted to the others."

Pongo: "Driver says I don't need him now."

Narrator: "He told the others."

Piglet: "Don't be so daft!"

Narrator: "Snorted Piglet."

Friar Tuck: "I'd never go without my driver."

Narrator: "Said Friar Tuck, earnestly."

Friar Tuck: "I'd be frightened."

Pongo: "Puh!"

Narrator: "Boasted Pongo."

Pongo: "I'm not scared!"

Friar Tuck: "You'd never dare!"

Pongo: "I would then, you'll see."

Narrator: "Next morning, the firelighter came. Pongo drowsed comfortably, and the warmth spread through his body.

Piglet and Friar Tuck were still asleep. Pongo suddenly remembered."

Pongo: "Silly stick-in-the-muds!"

Narrator: "He chuckled."

Pongo: "I'll show them. Driver said I could manage without him. I'll just go out, then I'll stop and WHEESH! That'll make them jump."

Narrator: "Pongo thought he was being clever. Really, he was only moving because a careless cleaner had meddled with his body. He soon found his mistake. He tried to wheesh, but he couldn't. He tried to stop, but he couldn't. He just kept rolling along. He didn't dare look at what was coming next; there was Governor Ratcliffe's house. Governor Ratcliffe was just about to have breakfast."

Pongo: "Horrors!"

Narrator: "Cried Pongo, and shut his eyes."


"The house rocked, broken glass tinkled, plaster was everywhere. Pongo had collected a bush on his travels. He peered into the room through its leaves. He couldn't speak.

Governor Ratcliffe was furious. The Evil Queen picked up her plate."

The Evil Queen: "You miserable dalmatian!"

Narrator: "She scolded."

The Evil Queen: "Just look what you've done to our breakfast! Now I shall have to cook some more!"

Narrator: "She banged the door.

More plaster fell. This time, it fell on Pongo. Pongo felt depressed.

Workmen propped up the house with strong poles, and laid a path through the garden.

Then, the Raccoon Twins arrived."

The Raccoon Twins: "D'n' fess yourself, Pongo, we'll soon have you back on the path!"

Narrator: "They laughed.

The Raccoon Twins, working hard, managed to haul Pongo back to safety. Bits of fencing, a bush, and a broken window frame festuned his front, which was badly twisted. The twins laughed and left him.

Pongo was in disgrace.

There was worse to come."

Mickey Mouse: "You're in a lot of trouble, Pongo!"

Pongo (muffled): "I know, sir. I'm sorry, sir."

Narrator: "Pongo's voice was muffled behind his bush."

Mickey Mouse: "You must go to the workshop and have your front mended, it will be a long job."

Pongo: "Yes, sir."

Mickey Mouse: "Meanwhile, a woman in a fur coat will do your work."

Pongo: "A w-w-woman, sir?"

Narrator: "Pongo spluttered."

Mickey Mouse: "Yes, Pongo. Women always stay in their houses until they are wanted. Women never galavant off to breakfast in governors' houses."

Baloo's Special Medicine

Narrator: "One morning, Baloo was feeling very sorry for himself. Sometimes he could work, but sometimes he had no strength at all."

Baloo: "I suffer dreadfully and no one cares."

Donald Duck: "Rubbish, Baloo!"

Narrator: "Snorted Donald."

Donald Duck: "You don't work hard enough!"

Narrator: "Mickey Mouse spoke to him too."

Mickey Mouse: "What's wrong with you, Baloo? You've had lots of new parts and new fur too, but they've done you no good. If we can't make you better, we must get another Disney Character instead of you to do the work."

Narrator: "This made Baloo, his driver and his fireman very sad.

Mickey was waiting when Baloo came to the platform. He had taken off his shorts and put on overalls.

Baloo managed to start, but his fireman was not satisfied."

Baloo's Fireman: "Baloo is a bad puller."

Narrator: "He said to Mickey."

Baloo's Fireman: "I gave him his food, but it doesn't give enough strength."

Narrator: "Baloo tried very hard, but it was no good. He didn't have enough strength, and came to a stop right outside Hercules' station."

Baloo: "Oh dear!"

Narrator: "Thought Baloo."

Baloo: "I shall have to go away. Oh dear, oh dear!"

Narrator: "All he could do was to go slowly onto a siding and Hercules took charge of the flowers.

Mickey and the fireman went on discussing Baloo's troubles."

Mickey Mouse: "What do you think is wrong, fireman?"

Narrator: "Asked Mickey."

Baloo's Fireman: "Excuse me, sir."

Narrator: "He said."

Baloo's Fireman: "But the fact is the medicine is wrong. We've had a poor lot lately, and today it's worst. The other Disney Characters can manage. They have big stomachs. Baloo's is small and can't make the strength. With Welsh medicine, he'd be a different bear."

Mickey Mouse: "It's expensive."

Narrator: "Said Mickey."

Mickey Mouse: "But Baloo must have a fair chance. Donald shall go and fetch some."

Narrator: "When the Welsh medicine arrived, Baloo's driver and fireman were excited."

Baloo's Driver: "Now we'll show them, Baloo old fellow!"

Narrator: "They carefully gave him his medicine giving him small bits at a time."

Baloo: "You're spoiling my body!"

Narrator: "Complained Baloo."

Baloo's Fireman: "Wait and see."

Narrator: "Said the fireman."

Baloo's Fireman: "You'll have a roaring body just when we want it."

Narrator: "The fireman was right. When Baloo reached the platform, his body was good and healthy, and he had to cheer out loud."

Mickey Mouse: "How are you, Baloo?"

Baloo: "Peep, peep!"

Narrator: "Whistled Baloo."

Baloo: "I feel fine!"

Mickey Mouse: "Have you a good body, driver?"

Baloo's Driver: "Never better, sir, and plenty of strength."

Mickey Mouse: "No record breaking."

Narrator: "Warned Mickey."

Mickey Mouse: "Don't push him too hard."

Baloo's Driver: "Baloo won't need pushing, sir. I'll have to hold him back."

Narrator: "Baloo had a lovely day. He had never felt so well in his life. He wanted to go fast, but his driver wouldn't let him."

Baloo's Driver: "Steady, old fellow."

Narrator: "He would say."

Baloo's Driver: "There's plenty of time."

Narrator: "They arrived early at the station. Pongo came in."

Baloo: "Where have you been, lazybones?"

Narrator: "Asked Baloo."

Baloo: "Oh, I can't wait for dawdling dalmatians, like you. Goodbye!"

Pongo: "Whoosh!"

Narrator: "Said Pongo to the ducks."

Pongo: "Have you ever seen anything like it?"

Narrator: "Both Abigail and Amelia agreed that they never had."

The Flying Kipper

Narrator: "One winter evening, Baloo's driver said."

Baloo's Driver: "We'll be out early tomorrow. We've got to take the Flying Kipper. Don't tell Sir Ector, but I think if we pull the kipper nicely, Mickey Mouse will let us take the express flowers. The special medicine they gave you is working well."

Baloo: "Hurrah!"

Narrator: "Cried Baloo."

Baloo: "That will be lovely."

Narrator: "All kinds of ships use the harbor at the big station by the sea. There are passenger ships, cargo ships and fishing boats also come here. They unload their fish on the key. Some of it goes to shops in the town, and the rest are given to special monkeys to other places faraway. This is the line of monkeys that the men call 'The Flying Kipper'.

Baloo was ready at 5'o clock. There was snow and frost. Men hustled and shouted giving the monkeys the crates of fish. The last door banged, the guard showed his green lamp, the Flying Kipper was ready to go."

Baloo: "Come on, come on! Don't be silly, don't be silly!"

Narrator: "Huffed Baloo to the monkeys. The monkeys shuttered and groaned."

Monkeys: "Trock-trick, trock-trick! Alright, alright!"

Baloo: "That is better, that is better!"

Narrator: "Puffed Baloo.

Clouds of smoke and steam poured into the cold air, and the lamp shown brightly."

Baloo: "Hurry, hurry, hurry!"

Narrator: "Panted Baloo.

They were going well. The light grew better, signal lights showed green as they past.

Then, a yellow signal appeared ahead. His driver prepared to stop, but the home signal was down."

Baloo's Driver: "All clear, Baloo. Away we go."

Narrator: "They couldn't know that the switches from the main path to a siding were frozen. And the home signal should've been set at danger. But snow had forced it down.

A goods load was waiting in the siding to let the Flying Kipper past. And the driver and the fireman were drinking cocoa with the conductor."

Conductor: "The kipper is due."

Narrator: "Said the conductor."

Fireman: "Who cares?"

Narrator: "Said the fireman."

Fireman: "This is good cocoa!"

Narrator: "The driver got up."

Driver: "Come on, fireman. Back to our Disney Character."

Narrator: "They got out just in time."


Narrator: "Baloo's driver and fireman had jumped clear before the crash. But Baloo lay dazed and surprised.

Mickey Mouse came to see him."

Baloo: "The signal was down, sir."

Narrator: "Said Baloo."

Mickey Mouse: "Cheer up, Baloo. It wasn't your fault. Ice and snow caused the accident. I'm sending you to Crewe, a fine place for sick Disney Characters. They'll give you a new shape and a larger stomach. You'll feel a different bear and won't need special medicine anymore. Won't that be nice?"

Baloo: "Yes, sir."

Narrator: "Said Baloo doubtfully.

Baloo liked being at Crewe, but was glad to come home.

A crowd of people waited to see him arrive in his new shape. He looked so splendid and strong that they gave him three cheers."

Baloo: "Peep, peep!"

Narrator: "He whistled."

Baloo: "Thank you very much."

Narrator: "I'm sorry to say that a lot of little children are often late for school because they wait to see Baloo go by. They often see him pulling the express flowers. He does it so well that Sir Ector is jealous. But that's another story."

Friar Tuck the Badger

Narrator: "Friar Tuck is a badger. He wears a brown robe, and doesn't look like a dalmatian at all. He takes rhino guards from farms and factories to the main path, and is cheerful to everyone he meets.

He has a princess called Jasmine, who has seen better days."

Jasmine: "It's not fair at all!"

Narrator: "She grumbles, remembering that she used to be full and nine rhino guards would rattle behind her.

Now, there are only three or four, for the farms and factories send their goods mostly by truck.

Friar Tuck is always careful. The cars, buses and trucks often have accidents. Friar Tuck hasn't had an accident in years, but the buses are crowded and Jasmine is empty.

A lady and a stout mouse stood on Friar Tuck's platform. He was, of course, Mickey Mouse, but Friar Tuck didn't know this yet."

Michael and Jane Banks: "Come on, grandfather!"

Narrator: "Cried the children."

Michael and Jane Banks: "Do look at this Disney Character."

Mickey Mouse: "That's a badger, Michael."

Narrator: "Said Mickey."

Jane Banks: "Is it electric?"

Narrator: "Asked Jane."

Friar Tuck: "Whoosh!"

Narrator: "Hissed Friar Tuck."

Michael Banks: "Sh, sh."

Narrator: "Said her brother."

Michael Banks: "You've offended him."

Jane Banks: "But badgers are electric, aren't they?"

Mickey Mouse: "They are mostly, but this is a merry man badger."

Michael and Jane Banks: "May we go with him, grandfather, please?"

Mickey Mouse: "Stop!"

Narrator: "Said Mickey to the conductor, they all gathered with Jasmine."

Jasmine: "Hip, hip hooray!"

Narrator: "Chanted Jasmine, but Friar Tuck didn't sing."

Friar Tuck: "Electric indeed, electric indeed!"

Narrator: "He snorted. He was proud of being a merry man badger."

Mickey Mouse: "What is your name?"

Narrator: "Asked Mickey."

Friar Tuck: "Friar Tuck, sir."

Mickey Mouse: "Thank you, Friar Tuck for a very nice walk."

Friar Tuck: "Thank you, sir."

Narrator: "Said Friar Tuck. He felt better now."

Friar Tuck: "This mouse,"

Narrator: "He thought."

Friar Tuck: "Is a mouse who knows how to speak to Disney Characters."

Narrator: "The children came everyday for two weeks. Sometimes they walked with the conductor, sometimes with empty rhino guards. On the last day of all, the driver invited them up front.

All were sorry when they had to go away. And Mickey and his family thanked everyone."

Friar Tuck: "Come again soon."

Narrator: "Replied Friar Tuck."

Michael and Jane Banks: "We will, we will."

Narrator: "Called the children. And they waved till Friar Tuck was out of sight.

The months past, Friar Tuck had few rhino guards and fewer passengers."

Friar Tuck's Driver: "Our last day, Friar Tuck."

Narrator: "Said his driver one morning."

Friar Tuck's Driver: "The manager says we must close tomorrow."

Narrator: "That day, everyone wanted a chance of a last walk. The passengers joked and sang, but Friar Tuck and his driver wished they wouldn't."

Passengers: "Goodbye, Friar Tuck."

Narrator: "Said the passengers afterwards."

Passengers: "We are sorry your path is closing down."

Friar Tuck: "So am I."

Narrator: "Sighed Friar Tuck."

Friar Tuck: "Nobody wants me."

Narrator: "Friar Tuck thought, and went unhappily to sleep.

Next morning, the door was flung open and old Friar Tuck woke with a start to see his driver waving a piece of paper at him."

Friar Tuck's Driver: "Wake up, Friar Tuck!"

Narrator: "He shouted excitedly."

Friar Tuck's Driver: "The mail has just arrived and there's a letter for us from the stout mouse. Maybe it's good news."

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