This time he decides to travel the world in a caravan with a horse to pull it and invites Rat and Mole to join him. I faithfully promise that the first motor car I see. At first he's a little grumpy thinking that the Wild Wooders are playing a silly joke on him, but when he sees it's Rat and Mole he invites them in. They later go to see Toad at Toad Hall who is always coming up with new ideas and crazes that often get him into trouble. During the end credits, they are seen pulling Toad out of the river. Parents will appreciate the themes of loyalty, manners, self-restraint, and comradeship which are evident throughout the book.
The King's Singers play various parts with Richard Baker as the narrator. The following day, disaster strikes as a passing motorcar spooks Alfred and sends the caravan into a ditch. Toad suddenly flies past them almost knocking them over in an aeroplane which is his new latest craze. The three animals take turns in watching and looking after Toad for several days. At Mole End, Rat is marvelling over Mole's home.
Some do the voices, and at least two sing, with one even playing the piano! The film is based on classic story. But after they leave Toad immediately says that he isn't sorry and will go in the very first Motorcar he sees. That night, the four friends find the tunnel and hear the Weasels having a banquet. But Toad gets away from them and gets a 20-year sentence from the magistrate for theft, reckless driving, and Gross Impertinence. His cry for Rat echoes back to the river bank and wakes him up. No editing was done except for the deletion of silence at the beginning and ending of the tracks. Toad goes to Rat's house, but his friend doesn't recognise him until he tells him so and goes inside.
But Toad gets away from them and gets a 20-year sentence from the magistrate for theft, reckless driving, and Gross Impertinence. Mole and Rat watch him with great worry. When the characters err, they are prompt to acknowlege it, and so a reading of this book can model good behavior to children, who will otherwise be enchanted with the many ways in which the lives of these bucolic characters differ from modern life. However during the trip, a motorcar whizzes by and the cart is destroyed, but Toad doesn't care for he now has a new craze: Motorcars. He wastes no time in buying several of them, but he always ends up crashing and destroying each one. One of the Carol singers tell them that Toad has been arrested At the court, the Judge charges Toad with stealing a motorcar, driving to the public danger and finally being rude to the Police. He is then transported to an underground cell.
And it requires a plan of attack and all four comrades to regain Toad Hall. Annoyed at being disturbed, Badger is then pleased to see Rat and ushers him and Mole inside. Rat takes some pistols and a cudgel and hurries along to the Wild Wood. This was recorded from a vinyl album using Cool Edit Pro and saved as a 320k mp3. Starke Verben lösen die Übersetzung vom Ruch der Beschaulichkeit, die Grahames Zeitgenossen in Deutschland und England gleichermassen pflegten.
Toad meanwhile makes his way out of the prison gate and goes to the Train station, only to find to his horror that the same people that he stole the motorcar from are there. . The animal speak and behave as humans. While Toad works his wiles on the jailer's daughter and escapes jail dressed as a washer woman, Badger tries to guard Toad Hall from the machinations of the Weasels and is badly beaten. Toad manages to persuade Rat that he's ill and when he leaves to discuss the situation with the others, Toad escapes from his window and they end up chasing him down the snowy path. In the court, the magistrate Mrs.
While they are having dinner, some Carol singers arrive and the two friends invite them in. Thank you, readers, for taking the time. Mole then decides to go alone to the Wild Wood to see Badger. Meanwhile, Mole becomes homesick and he and Ratty visit Mole End, and spend Christmas there. The kind Train Driver agrees to give him a lift although it is against regulations. They warm themselves by the fire and Badger offers them a hot drink.
Toad then escapes and stops a motorist, Reggie Jonathan Cecil who consistently mistakes him for a frog , and his wife Rosemary Una Stubbs. While the Chief distracts them, his henchman steals a jar of potted meat and they make their getaway. The two animals rub the snow away to reveal Badger's house. The stop motion derived from the pioneer Wladislaw Starewitch , that in common had the fabulous size , the prosopopea and use of the puppets. It is based on the stories by Kenneth Grahame.