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Script Genres > English Children > Narration > Animation

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Beauty and The Beast Prologue

Once upon a time, in a faraway land, a young prince lived in a shining castle. Although he had everything his heart desired,the prince was spoiled, selfish, and unkind. But then, one winter's night, an old beggar woman came to the castle and
offered him a single rose in return for shelter from the bitter cold. Repulsed by her haggard appearance, the prince sneered at the gift and turned the old woman away, but she warned him not to be deceived by appearances, for beauty is found within. And
when he dismissed her again, the old woman's ugliness melted away to reveal a beautiful enchantress. The prince tried to apologize, but it was too late, for she had seen that there was no love in his heart, and as punishment, she transformed him into a hideous beast, and placed a powerful spell on the castle, and on all who lived there. Ashamed of his monstrous form, the beast concealed himself inside his castle, with a magic mirror
as his only window to the outside world. The rose she had offered was truly an enchanted rose, which would bloom until his twenty-first year. If he could learn to love another, and earn her love in return by the time the last petal fell, then the spell would be broken. If not, he would be doomed to remain a beast for all time. As the years passed, he fell into despair,and lost all hope. For who could ever learn to love a beast?

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Well, one time, Fluffy was walking down the street and he was VERY FLUFFY! And then, one time, he was walking down the street and it started to rain and he was VERY scruffy!

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Healthy Snack

Visual Set Up: Hooper comes on screen wearing a giant fruit hat a la Carmen Miranda
HOOPER throws his arms wide like an opera singer.
HOOPER runs over to the bookshelf to look.
HOOPER tries to look up at his hat comically, but can’t see anything (since its on his head) so he shakes his head, and the pineapple falls into his hands.
HOOPER dashes off

HOOPER: Hi! I’m looking for a healthy snack.pineapple!
HOOPER: Where did I put that pineapple.
(sings) Oh where oh where has my
pineapple gone, oh where oh where
can it beeeeee!!!! Is it on the bookshelf?
HV: No!
HOOPER: Wait a minute.
HOOPER: Oh yeah! My pineapple right where I left it.on my head! Hee hee!
MISS LORI VO: Dragon Tales is on the way next!

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Mopey The Donkey

(children's interactive game wizard)

Hi kids, I'm Mopey the donkey, and I'm here to help guide you through this program.

Any time that you have a question, just place your cursor on the "help me" button, and click the mouse. If you want me to repeat something, click the "go back" button.

Now, to begin, click "start," and me and my pals will show you around!

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Muntz Is Crazy (From UP)

Muntz: Having guests is a delight. More often I get thieves come to steal what's rightfully mine. They call me a fraud, those..ah..but once I bring back this creature, my name will be cleared. Ah..I spent a life-time tracking it. Sometimes, years go by between sightings.. I've tried to smoke it out of that dealthly labrynth where it lives. Can't go in after it. Once in, there's no way out. Lost so many dongs. And here they come, these bandits and they think this bird is theirs to take? But they soon find this mountain.. is a very dangerous place.
Russell: Hey! that looks like Kevin.
Muntz: Kevin?
Russell: Ya. That's my new giant bird pet. I trained it to follow us.
Muntz: Follow you? That's impossible. How?
Russell: She likes chocolate.
Muntz: Chocolate?
Russell: Ya. I gave her some of my chocolate. She goes gaga for it.
Karl: But it ran off. It's gone now.
Muntz: You know Karl, these people who pass through here...they all tell pretty good stories. A surveyor making a map! A botanist cataloging plants! An old man...taking his house... to paradise falls! That's the best one yet! I can't wait to hear how it ends.
Karl: Well it's been a wonderful evening. But we better be going.
Muntz: Oh! you are not leaving?.
Karl: We don't want to take advantage of your hospitality. Come on Russell.
Rusell: But we haven't even had dessert it.
Muntz: The boy's right. We haven't had dessert. Epsolom here makes an excellent Cherries Jubilee. Oh! you really must stay, I insist. We have so much to talk about..

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My Dearest Anastacia

My Dearest Anastacia,

I am writing this to let you know how I feel about you. We've been through so much together and yet our love for each other has always been most important. I want to thank you for loving me for me and always being there when I needed you the most. I've never felt this way about anybody in a very long time. I can't and don't want to imagine life without you, I need you. These past few years of you being away for college have been very hard for me, but I am very thankful for the day will arrive that I finally get to see you again. We were born for each other we were destined to be. No matter the time or place, I will always find you , and I will always love you.

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Nutrition Rangers

Sweet Tooth -the Villian
Veggie Man
Protein Dude

Sweet Tooth: You mark my words VeggieMan, soon you and your accursed Zuccini will be destroyed!

Veggie Man: Not so fast Sweet tooth, I've called for back up!

(Sounds like jets landing)

Sweet Tooth: Drat, Its that big goon Protein Dude and His insufferable sidekick, Milkmaid! I'm no match for all three Nutrition Rangers! I must escape!

Protein Dude: You rang, Veggie Man?

Milkmaid: Whats Up VM?

Veggie Man: Its Sweet Tooth, I caught him drilling cavities in the Great Molars! Quick Protein Dude, cut him off before he reaches the Bicuspids! Milkmaid, use your Lacto-Ray.

Milkmaid: I'm way ahead of you VM

(sounds something like MoOoOoOoOoOoOo)

Sweet Tooth: Arrgghh! Curses foiled again!

Veggie Man: We got him! The lactose slowed him down and calcium finished the job. Looks like Sweet Tooth won't be drilling any more cavities for awhile. Great job team!

Protein Dude: Aw shucks,I was only doing my job.

Milkmaid: Until next time kids...
All together: One for all, All for Good Nutrition!

Announcer: This program is brought to you by Nutrition Rangers Multi-Vitamins...theirrr...SUUPERRRR!


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1. Which of these things starts with the letter “B?” A pencil...a car...a ball...or an apple? You got the picture! You could hear the “buh” sound in the word “ball.”

2. Hey, somebody ripped up this picture? I can’t even tell what it was -- can you? Is it a horse... a cat... a pig... or a dog? Good going! It was a dog. You have sharp eyes.

3. All of these things are neat to eat, but three of them aren’t a treat for your teeth. Which thing is good for you and your teeth? That’s right! The carrot is very good for you. Those other things are full of sugar, which is very bad for your teeth.

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Anton Ego: In many ways, the work of a critic is easy. We risk very little, yet enjoy a position over those who offer up their work and their selves to our judgment. We thrive on negative criticism, which is fun to write and to read. But the bitter truth we critics must face, is that in the grand scheme of things, the average piece of junk is probably more meaningful than our criticism designating it so. But there are times when a critic truly risks something, and that is in the discovery and defense of the *new*. The world is often unkind to new talent, new creations. The new needs friends. Last night, I experienced something new: an extraordinary meal from a singularly unexpected source. To say that both the meal and its maker have challenged my preconceptions about fine cooking is a gross understatement. They have rocked me to my core. In the past, I have made no secret of my disdain for Chef Gusteau's famous motto, "Anyone can cook." But I realize, only now do I truly understand what he meant. Not everyone can become a great artist; but a great artist *can* come from *anywhere*. It is difficult to imagine more humble origins than those of the genius now cooking at Gusteau's, who is, in this critic's opinion, nothing less than the finest chef in France. I will be returning to Gusteau's soon, hungry for more.

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The Bionicle

Gathered friends.
Listen again to our legend,
of the BIONICLE.

In the time, before time.
The great Spirit descended from the heavens,
carrying we the ones called the Matorah
to this paradise.

We were separate and without purpose.
So the Great Spirit illuminated us with the
three virtues, Unity, Duty, and Destiny.

We embraced these gifts,
and in gratitude we named our Island home,
Matanoui, after the great spirit himself.

But our happiness was not to last,
for Matanoui's brother,
The Makutah, was jealous of these honors
and betrayed him, casting a spell over
Matanoui, who fell into a deep slumber.

The Makutah was free to unleash his

And unleash them he did!

Contributed by Richurd

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The Snowman

Merry Christmas, Edge people! I have created an animation for children with original voice, narration and music which I would like to get your feedback on. You can also play it for your little ones since it serves as a story time/ bedtime item. It's a story by Hans Christian Andersen called the Snowman. You can copy and paste in your browser.


Please leave me a note there or come back and let me have your thoughts here, if you would.

Have a happy holiday!

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Toy store of your dreams

Elevator Lady: Hi and welcome to the Toy Store of your dreams. On the first floor you'll find ...

Someone: No! No! Argh! Get off me!

Elevator Lady: Oh. Haha (embarrassed) look at that. Wrong floor. Let's go up to the 40th floor where you'll get the best ...

Child: Mommy! Mommy! He stole my Teddy!

Young Mother: Oh no you don't mister! You give that back RIGHT now!

Elevator Lady: Oh did that door just open? That was one of our product testing floors. That gun was definitely not real. Ah. Here we are the 33rd floor where you can relax and listen to the sound of .. music. Isn't that a movie? Oh! I mean sound of the ocean. Oh there you see a normal couple .. over there .. nothing happening to them ..yeah. Go. Go. Go.

Girl: You promise you'll always be with me?

Boy: Yeaaaah. Of course. I mean, at least for the next hour or so .. or until the session ends.

Service Guy: Uh. Sir. Thank you for purchasing "Total Bliss". Your session is up. Would you like to buy another hour?

Boy: Yeaaaaah .. chicky. I apologize but you know, it's been real. And uh you were great ... see ya ...

Girl: Did you just dump me? Di..did HE just DUMP me?

Service Guy: It happens...

Girl: No I don't think so. It doesn't JUST happen.. oooooo (mad and storms off)

Service Guy: I guess they aren't going for another session. break time.

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Word World—boppin’ With The Bug Band Ext. Frog’s Log – Morning

SCENE: As we push in toward Frog’s log, we hear music.

NARRATOR: "One fine morning in Word World, the sound of music filled the air."

SCENE: FROG stands in front of his front door, bobbing his head in time to the melody, while hammering together the letters B-E-L-L. A boom box radio sits nearby.

FROG: "I love to listen to music while I work."

SCENE: Frog is holding the letters B-E-L-L.

NARRATOR: "Uh, what are you doing Frog?"

FROG: "Oh, hi, Mr. Narrator. I’m fixing my doorbell."

SCENE: Medium shot of Frog holding the letters B-E-L-L. He spells them out, pushes them together, and they morph.

FROG: "B..E..L..L"

KIDS: "Bell!"

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Word World—pl-pl-plane Ext. Word World - Deep Blue Pond - Day

SCENE: Frog, wearing his aviator’s cap and goggles atop his head, hops toward a hangar. Bug and Bee fly behind him, loaded down with instruments and other concert equipment.

NARRATOR: "Hey, Frog, Bee and Bug! Where are you guys going?"

FROG: "We’re giving a concert at the beach!"

BUG: "How are we getting to the beach, Frog? I can’t carry all this stuff the whole way."

FROG: "Don’t worry, bugs, I have a plan."

SCENE: They walk into the landing field, where Frog proudly unveils the letters PL stuck together and ANE stuck together.

SCENE: Frog, wearing his aviator’s cap and goggles atop his head, hops toward a hangar. Bug and Bee fly behind him, loaded down with instruments and other concert equipment.

NARRATOR: "Hey, Frog, Bee and Bug! Where are you guys going?"

FROG: "We’re giving a concert at the beach!"

BUG: "How are we getting to the beach, Frog? I can’t carry all this stuff the whole way."

FROG: "Don’t worry, bugs, I have a plan."

SCENE: They walk into the landing field, where Frog proudly unveils the letters PL stuck together and ANE stuck together.

FROG: "Ta-da! We’re traveling in style today, in a..."

SCENE: Frog pushes PL toward the ANE.

FROG: "Pl... ane..."

SCENE: The letters connect and morph into a PLANE.

KIDS: "Plane!"

BEE/BUG: "Fancy!..... A plane!"

FROG: "Okay, bugs! Hop in! We’ve got to hurry."

SCENE: Frog follows his own directions and literally hops into the PLANE, Bug and Bee climbing in back with their gear. They all buckle in. Frog picks up a clipboard.

FROG: "Okay, everybody seat belted in? Bug? Bee? Fly? (realizes) Hey, where’s Fly?"

BUG: "Um, last I saw him, he was in the jungle."

FROG: "In the jungle? Doesn’t he know we have a concert? Now we’ll have to stop in the jungle and pick him up."

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Word World—snug As A Bug Ext. Frog’s Log - Moments Later

NARRATOR: "And so Frog and Bug rushed back to Frog’s log."

SCENE: Frog comes out of his log with the letters R-U-G. Bug waits by his mailbox.

FROG: "Okay. Ready? It’s time to..."

FROG/BUG "...Build a word!"


FROG/BUG: (Continued) "It's time to build a word -- let's build it, let's build it now!"


FROG/BUG: "R... U... G..."

SCENE: The letters morph into a nice, tiny, comfy-looking rug.


ALL: "Yeah, we just built a word! We built it! We built it!"

SCENE: Frog sets the RUG down inside the mailbox.

FROG: "Here ya go Bug!"

SCENE: Bug zips inside and lies down on it."

BUG: (comfortable) Sigh...

SCENE: He settles in for sleep.

FROG: "How’s the rug, Bug? Pretty snug?"

SCENE: Bug looks up at Frog and smiles.

BUG: "I’m snug as a bug in a rug! (YAWN) Thanks, Frog!"

SCENE: Bug closes his eyes.

FROG: "You’re welcome, Bug."

SCENE: Frog gently closes the lid on the mailbox and hops into his log.

NARRATOR: "So, with his friend finally snug as a bug in a rug, Frog went off to sleep himself. And he slept like a Frog...in a log! The end!"

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