One spring, Mole decides that he can ignore the spring cleaning for a little longer, and begins a series of adventures with his new friend R...更多>
Badger: Do you mean to say you don't promise never to touch a motorcar again? Toad: On the contrary! I faithfully promise that the first motor car I see... [puts on his driving gogles] Toad: Poop poop! [repeated line] Reggie: Oh, I say! Reggie's wife: Reggie! Toad: [flags down Reggie, the motorist] I say, I wonder if you could help me. Having a spot of bother with me car. Reggie: Oh? Wh-wh-what sort of bother? Toad: Um... em... it's the... uh... crankshaft... it's um... flat. Reggie: Really? Ah ha... I should be able to fix that. Reggie's Wife: Oh, shall I come too Reggie? [gets out of the car] Reggie: Uh. Wh-wh-wh-where's your machine? Toad: [gestures to a spot behind him] Oh... it's over there. If you'd just take a look at it? Reggie: Oh c-certainly old bean. Anything for a fellow motorist. [as soon as they move away from their car, Mr. Toad gets in, puts it in gear and drives away] Reggie: Oh, I say! [they see Mr. Toad driving down the road erratically, laughing, honking the horn] Reggie's Wife: Oh. Reggie. Warden: [to Mr. Toad] I've been told you are a criminal of deepest guilt, and matchless artfulness and resource... whatever that means. Reggie: [after seeing Mr. Toad, dressed as a Washerwoman, escape from the police on a train] Say, isn't that the frog who stole my car? Reggie: [chasing Mr. Toad in a train] [shouting] Reggie: I say old bean, where's my car? Reggie's Wife: Oh Reggie. Mole: [after crashing his second car] You know, I really am worried about Toad. Rat: Oh, don't you worry. It's just another one of his passions. He'll grow out of it. Toad: [off in the distance] Poop-poop! Rat: I hope. Toad: [having just overflown his friends in his new airplane] Ha ha! Hello you fellows! Rat: You maniac! Badger: LOCK HIM UP! Mole: Toad! This time you've gone too far! Toad: Hang motoring! This is the life!