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Lola Bunny (from Looney Tunes) as Thomas
Cinderella (from Cinderella) as Gordon
Various Tiny Dancers as Thomas' Crew
Carragies as The Coaches
Jasmine (from Aladdin) as Henry (Cameo Role)
Pocahontas (from Pocahontas) as James (Cameo Role)
George Carlin as The Narrator
George Carlin: Lola is a bunny who lives in a little house in Disneyland. She's a cheeky little rabbit, with six small toes, two long ears, a shirt, a short pants and a hair. She's a fussy little rabbit too. Always bringing carragies about ready for the big disney princesses to take out on long journeys. And when they come in, she takes the empty carragies away, so that the big princesses can go and rest. Lola thinks no one works as hard as she does. She loves playing tricks on them. Inculding Cinderella, the biggest and proudest princess of all. Lola likes to tease Cinderella.
Lola: Wake up, lazybones! Why don't you work hard like me?
George Carlin: One day, after working with the carragies, Cinderella arrived back at home very tired. She was just going to sleep when Lola came up in her cheeky way.
Lola: Wake up, lazybones! Do some hard work for a change! You can't catch me!
George Carlin: And off she ran laughing. Instead of going to sleep again, Cinderella thought how she could get back at Lola. One morning, Lola wouldn't wake. Her first Tiny Dancer and second Tiny Dancer couldn't make her start. Her stamina was low and there was not enough strength. It was nearly time for the express. People were waiting, but the carragies weren't ready. At last, Lola started.
Lola: Oh dear! Oh dear!
George Carlin: She yawned. She fussed into the station where Cinderella was waiting.
Cinderella: Hurry up you!
George Carlin: Said Cinderella.
Lola: Hurry up yourself!
George Carlin: Replied Lola. Cinderella, the proud princess, begin making her plan to Lola a lesson for teasing her. Almost before the carragies had stopped moving, Cinderella reverse quickly was ready.
Cinderella: Get in quickly please.
George Carlin: She said. Lola usually pushed behind to help start. But she was always unhooked first. This time, Cinderella started so quickly they forgot to unhooked Lola. Cinderella's chance had come.
Cinderella: Come on, come on.
George Carlin: Said Cinderella to the carragies. They went faster and faster. Too fast for Lola. She wanted to stop, but she couldn't.
Lola: Stop! Stop!
Cinderella: Hurry, hurry, hurry!
George Carlin: Laughed Cinderella.
Carragies: You can't get away! You can't get away!
George Carlin: Laughed the carragies. Poor Lola was going faster then she had ever gone before. She was out of breath and her feet hurt her, but she had to go on.
Lola: I shall never be the same again.
George Carlin: She thought sadly.
Lola: My feet will be quite worn out.
George Carlin: At last, they stopped at the station. Lola was unhooked and she felt very silly and exhausted. Next, she went onto a turntable thinking of everyone laughing at her. And then she went out of the way.
Cinderella: Well, little Lola.
George Carlin: Chuckled Cinderella.
Cinderella: Now you know what hard work means. Don't you?
George Carlin: Poor Lola couldn't anwser. She had no breath. She just walked slowly away to rest and had a long, long drink.
Lola: Maybe I don't have to tease Cinderella to feel important.
George Carlin: Lola said to herself. And she walk slowly home.