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Description

  • Here's the full transcript to Peace and Quiet.

Characters

  • Thomas
  • Henry
  • Salty
  • Harvey
  • Murdoch
  • Sir Topham Hatt
  • Toby (does not speak)
  • Percy (cameo)
  • Duck (cameo)
  • Douglas (cameo)
  • Emily (cameo)

Transcript

Michael Angelis US version

  • Henry: Hurry up, I'm a busy engine.
  • Michael Angelis: Huffed Henry. Goods arrive night and day at the docks. Sometimes, Henry and the other engines work so hard that their axles ache. Sir Topham Hatt brought in a new engine to help with the heavy work load. He was long and had 10 drive wheels. He looked very strong.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: This is Murdoch. He's going to be pulling on the main line.
  • Salty: Ahoy, Murdoch!
  • Michael Angelis: Shouted Salty.
  • Harvey: Welcome, Murdoch!
  • Michael Angelis: Called Harvey.
  • Thomas: You're the biggest engine I've ever seen.
  • Michael Angelis: Cried Thomas.
  • Murdoch: You're a chatty lot.
  • Michael Angelis: Murdoch said quietly. Soon, Murdoch was coupled to a long, long line of heavy freight cars. His boiler strained, his wheels started to turn and the mighty engine chuffed away. Murdoch longed for some peace and quiet. But everywhere he went, it was noisy and crowded. At the end of the day, Murdoch was looking forward to a good night's rest. But Salty and Harvey were full of questions.
  • Harvey: What's the longest train you've ever pulled?
  • Salty: Have you ever worked might say?
  • Harvey: Have you ever crashed?
  • Murdoch: Please.
  • Michael Angelis: Murdoch chuffed.
  • Murdoch: I want some peace and quiet and I don't want to share a shed with chatterboxes.
  • Harvey: No need to be rude.
  • Michael Angelis: Huffed Harvey.
  • Salty: We're only being friendly matey.
  • Michael Angelis: The next morning, Murdoch collected another long heavy train. This time, he chuffed into the beautiful countryside. It was splendid. At last he had some peace and quiet. Suddenly, his driver applied the brakes. There were sheep on the tracks.
  • Murdoch's Driver: The sheep escaped from that field.
  • Michael Angelis: Said the driver.
  • Murdoch's Driver: Through that broken fence.
  • Michael Angelis: The driver and the fireman tried to chase the sheep back. First this way and then that way. They tried everything, but nothing worked.
  • Murdoch's Fireman: We'll never move these sheep by ourselves.
  • Michael Angelis: Complained the fireman.
  • Murdoch's Driver: I'll go and phone for help.
  • Michael Brandon: Sighed the driver. Murdoch was very unhappy. The noisy sheep were spoiling his peace and quiet. Sir Topham Hatt was enjoying afternoon tea when he got the call.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: Sheep!?
  • Michael Angelis: He exclaimed loudly.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: I'll send Toby with the farmer immediately.
  • Michael Angelis: The sheep were becoming noisier and noisier.
  • Murdoch: Please stop!
  • Michael Angelis: Groaned Murdoch.
  • Murdoch: I'd rather be back with the chatterbox engines.
  • Michael Angelis: Just then, Toby chuffed into view.
  • Murdoch: Toby!
  • Michael Angelis: Exclaimed Murdoch.
  • Murdoch: We're certainly glad to see you.
  • Michael Angelis: Before long the farmer and his dog went to work and the sheep were soon safely in their field and Murdoch was on his way again. That evening, Murdoch parked between Harvey and Salty. But Murdoch spoke first.
  • Murdoch: I'm sorry that I was cross.
  • Michael Angelis: He chuffed.
  • Murdoch: I'm very pleased to share a shed with you.
  • Harvey: And we're very pleased to have your company.
  • Michael Angelis: Said Harvey.
  • Salty: Aye we are.
  • Michael Angelis: Added Salty.
  • Salty: It reminds me of a story.
  • Michael Angelis: Murdoch smiled. The sound of baa, baa, baa would have kept him awake. But a Salty story would send him happily to sleep.

Michael Brandon version

  • Henry: Hurry up, I'm a busy engine.
  • Michael Brandon: Huffed Henry. Goods arrive night and day at the docks. Sometimes, Henry and the other engines work so hard that their axles ache. Sir Topham Hatt brought in a new engine to help with the heavy work load. He was long and had 10 drive wheels. He looked very strong.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: This is Murdoch. He's going to be pulling on the main line.
  • Salty: Ahoy, matey!
  • Michael Brandon: Shouted Salty.
  • Harvey: Welcome, Murdoch!
  • Michael Brandon: Called Harvey.
  • Thomas: You're the biggest engine I've ever seen.
  • Michael Brandon: Cried Thomas.
  • Murdoch: You're a chatty lot.
  • Michael Brandon: Murdoch said quietly. Soon, Murdoch was coupled to a long, long line of heavy freight cars. His boiler strained, his wheels started to turn and the mighty engine chuffed away. Murdoch longed for some peace and quiet. But everywhere he went, it was noisy and crowded. At the end of the day, Murdoch was looking forward to a good night's rest. But Salty and Harvey were full of questions.
  • Harvey: What's the longest train you've ever pulled?
  • Salty: Have you ever worked might say?
  • Harvey: Have you ever crashed?
  • Murdoch: Please, I want some peace and quiet and I don't want to share a shed with chatterboxes.
  • Harvey: No need to be rude.
  • Michael Brandon: Huffed Harvey.
  • Salty: Hey, we're only being friendly matey.
  • Michael Brandon: The next morning, Murdoch collected another long heavy train. This time, he chuffed into the beautiful countryside. It was splendid. At last he had some peace and quiet. Suddenly, his driver applied the brakes. There were sheep on the tracks.
  • Murdoch's Driver: The sheep escaped from that field.
  • Michael Brandon: Said the driver.
  • Murdoch's Driver: Through that broken fence.
  • Michael Brandon: The driver and the fireman tried to chase the sheep back. First this way and then that way. They tried everything, but nothing worked.
  • Murdoch's Fireman: We'll never move these sheep by ourselves.
  • Michael Brandon: Complained the fireman.
  • Murdoch's Driver: I'll go and phone for help.
  • Michael Brandon: Sighed the driver. Murdoch was very unhappy. The noisy sheep were spoiling his peace and quiet. Sir Topham Hatt was enjoying afternoon tea when he got the call.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: Sheep!?
  • Michael Brandon: He exclaimed loudly.
  • Sir Topham Hatt: I'll send Toby with the farmer immediately.
  • Michael Brandon: The sheep were becoming noisier and noisier.
  • Murdoch: Please stop!
  • Michael Brandon: Groaned Murdoch.
  • Murdoch: I'd rather be back with the chatterbox engines.
  • Michael Brandon: Just then, Toby chuffed into view.
  • Murdoch: Toby!
  • Michael Brandon: Exclaimed Murdoch.
  • Murdoch: We're certainly glad to see you.
  • Michael Brandon: Before long the farmer and his dog went to work and the sheep were soon safely in their field and Murdoch was on his way again.
  • Murdoch: Thanks, Toby.
  • Michael Brandon: That evening, Murdoch parked between Harvey and Salty. But Murdoch spoke first.
  • Murdoch: I'm sorry that I was cross.
  • Michael Brandon: He chuffed.
  • Murdoch: I'm very pleased to share a shed with you.
  • Harvey: And we're very pleased to have your company.
  • Michael Brandon: Said Harvey.
  • Salty: Aye we are.
  • Michael Brandon: Added Salty.
  • Salty: It reminds me of a story.
  • Michael Brandon: Murdoch smiled. The sound of baa, baa would have kept him awake. But a Salty story would send him happily to sleep.

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