Tinker Bell And The Great Fairy Rescue 小叮当 拯救精灵大作战京东优惠,书讯快递
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[00:47.51]Some people say that fairies are the stuff of fantasy.
[00:51.61]They think the world is just what you can touch and hear and see,
[00:56.69]while others say the tales and legends cannot be dismissed.
[01:01.02]They believe with all their hearts that fairies truly do exist.
[01:07.63]Through out all time, human beings and fairies never met,
[01:12.97]till one very special summer that we shall not soon forget.
[01:29.75]Life is rising up Surging forth in all directions
[01:35.89]Every little buttercup Is reaching out to find connections
[01:41.83]Every blade of grass Will touch the sunlight
[01:45.57]The rain will touch the ground
[01:48.50]Growing greener than it was before
[01:55.24]Bees are droning by Spider silk is softly spinning
[02:01.08]Not a cloud in the sky You know it's only the beginning
[02:07.09]Every little blossom, every flower Flings its petals wide
[02:13.70]As the season comes round Once more
[02:19.70]Hey, Tink! You ready for your first summer on the mainland?
[02:22.60]Absolutely! It's so beautiful out here.
[02:25.87]I can't believe we get to stay for the whole season.
[02:28.81]Well, what are we waiting for? Race you down!
[02:32.88]The breeze is blowing light and sweet The grass, a carpet at your feet
[02:39.29]Catch the colors Feel the heat of the sun
[02:45.69]All the sparrows in the dell Swirling round like a carousel
[02:52.03]Singing loud enough to tell everyone
[02:55.90]Hi, guys.
[02:57.01]Summer's just begun
[03:03.01]Summer's just begun
[03:08.15]There it is, Tink. Fairy camp!
[03:10.82]All the winters, all the springs
[03:14.09]Lead us here on fairy wings
[03:17.06]A season of a thousand things To be done
[03:21.83]Summer's just begun
[03:28.27]Summer's just begun
[03:33.28]Hiya, Cheese!
[03:34.68]Summer's just begun
[03:36.04]- Did you have a nice flight? Incoming!
[03:38.85]Keep her level! Keep her level!
[03:40.52]Gear it down, Bobble!
[03:42.38]Oh-ho!
[03:43.92]- Smashing landing, Clanky. - Thank you, Bobble
[03:46.89]Guys, I think you may have over-packed.
[03:50.03]- Come on, Tink. Let's go inside. - Inside?
[03:53.36]Tink, fairy camp isn't out here in the open.
[03:56.40]We need to stay hidden from the humans.
[03:58.37]- We do? - Uh. Yeah.
[04:00.60]That's why fairy camp is in here.
[04:11.05]Cicadas, one at a time. You, you and you. You, too.
[04:16.72]Wow. lt's like all of Pixie Hollow under one tree!
[04:34.30]Blaze!
[04:35.77]Hmm?
[05:04.20]Wow!
[05:05.33]The Queen Anne's lace is looking beautiful.
[05:07.27]- How are the looms working? - Fine, thanks to you, Tink.
[05:10.51]Next. Next. Next.
[05:15.38]- Hows the bee-liner working? - Like a dream Tink. Thanks
[05:18.98]Great. Need any help with that wagon?
[05:21.38]No, thanks. She's running fine.
[05:22.98]Okay. Glad to hear it.
[05:26.22]Here's the first week's supply.
[05:28.36]Okay, I'm off. I gotta go deliver pixie dust to the other fairy camps,
[05:32.69]but I'll see you in a couple days.
[05:35.33]Oh, and Tink! Don't worry. You'll find something to fix.
[05:41.00]I hope so.
[05:42.57]In the meantime I need to go find some lost things.
[05:45.17]Hold on, little miss spare parts.
[05:47.38]You're not going near the human house, are you?
[05:50.08]- There's a human house? - No! I mean, yes, but no.
[05:54.68]- We stay away from humans. - Oh, Iridessa!
[05:58.99]- Tinker Bell knows that, don't you? - Define "stay away"
[06:04.56]It's gonna be a long summer.
[06:07.23]Grouchy.
[06:08.66]- Oh, that's just Vidia being Vidia. - No, the air. It smells...
[06:12.90]...grouchy.
[06:15.04]- We might be in for a storm. - Come on Sil.
[06:18.17]The sun is shining, the air is warm. It's a beautiful day. Nothing's gonna...
[07:11.73]Tinker Bell.
[07:26.07]Thank goodness we're here, Father. It's just like I remember it.
[07:29.98]Wel, of course, my darling.
[07:31.91]Look at the creek and the woods and the meadow
[07:35.92]Oh! I wish it was summer all year long!
[07:38.69]Yes, Lizzy.
[08:04.61]Tinker Bell, what are you doing here?
[08:07.28]Vidia, this is amazing! It's a carriage that moves by itself!
[08:11.79]There's no horse. Seriously, look.
[08:13.79]- Do you see a horse up there? - Uh, No.
[08:15.99]It'is a horseless carriage! And do you want to know how it works?
[08:20.16]- Not really. - So do I.
[08:22.16]I think those wheels back there move because this chain thing rotates
[08:26.83]And I think what rotates the chain is this big...
[08:29.54]I don't care Tinker Bell. You shouldn't be this close to the human house.
[08:33.34]What if they see us?
[08:38.48]Will you stop flitting around in there? This is serious!
[08:42.52]You know what, Vidia? I think this powers the whole thing!
[08:49.09]This, my dear, is exactly why tinkers shouldn't come to the mainland. They...
[08:56.10]Let me know if this does anything.
[09:01.07]Well, anything? Vidia, you're all wet.
[09:05.94]You don't say.
[09:07.51]Father, Father Father! Can we bring our tea and scones outside
[09:11.01]and have them here in the garden?
[09:12.58]- It would be just like a little picnic. Not just now, Lizzy.
[09:15.25]I still have to get the trunk unpacked and the house settled
[09:18.05]Father, look! What a magnificent butterfly.
[09:23.46]My word. Absolutely astonishing.
[09:28.13]It's so beautiful. What kind of butterfly is it?
[09:31.87]Well, judging from the epidermal membrane, it's cleary an apatura iris,
[09:35.94]but the wings have two entirely different patterns.
[09:39.87]Well, that's neary impossible.
[09:42.04]Well, I guess that's just the way the fairies decided to paint it.
[09:45.61]Hmm?
[09:46.71]Lizzy, faires do not paint butterfly wings
[09:49.15]because, as you know, fairies are not real.
[09:52.62]- Hmm! - Ugh!
[09:53.72]But of course they are. The proof is right here.
[09:56.09]- Their paint dripped all over its wing. - Really, darling.
[09:59.73]Rational people consider a belief in fairies to be quite foolish.
[10:03.90]The wings are so fresh.
[10:05.07]What are you doing?
[10:06.40]Its chrysalis must have been in the meadow.
[10:08.57]The meadow? Father wait!
[10:13.07]That's where I'm going. Would you like to come?
[10:16.08]Not now, Lizzy. I have to update my field journal.
[10:18.31]My interview at the museum is tomorrow night
[10:21.02]You're going back already? We just got here.
[10:25.42]I know, sweetheart, and I'm very sorry. But I'll only be gone for the day.
[10:30.09]Mrs. Perkins will look after you, and I'll be back in time to tuck you in.
[10:34.30]- Promise? - I promise.
[10:38.27]- Okay. - That's a good girl.
[10:51.55]All clear!
[10:54.52]Come on, Vidia.
[10:55.72]- I can't fly. My wings are wet. - Oh! That's right. Sorry.
[11:01.62]Guess you'll have to walk back.
[11:05.13]But don't worry, I'll keep you company. Actually, it might be nice
[11:13.20]Or not So, I think I figured out the carriage.
[11:17.17]Those bottles of goop must keep it running smoothly,
[11:19.31]like snail slime, you know?
[11:21.51]Hate to see the size of the snail that stuff comes from. And at first...
[12:03.22]Here's your house, little fairies. Wherever you are.
[12:09.59]Hmm Just needs a little something more.
[12:16.10]But I haven't quite figured out what that sparky wire does.
[12:19.93]Hey! Maybe the whole carriage runs on lightning!
[12:26.77]Are those wet wings still bugging you? Here, Vidia, let me help you.
[12:32.61]Tinker Bell, maybe if you spent less tme causing disasters,
[12:36.55]you wouldn't have to help everybody so much.
[12:40.39]Whoa!
[12:41.89]- Hmm. The truth hurts, doesn't it? - Look! We can use these back at camp!
[12:48.10]Wow. These'll be perfect for the new wagon prototype I've been working on.
[12:51.47]Here. I bet if I took two or three and tied them together,
[12:54.40]I could make one really strong wheel!
[12:57.07]It's a good thing we were walking or we might never have seen these.
[13:01.31]Vidia, where are your buttons?
[13:03.95]Tinker Bell, am not carrying this human junk back to camp.
[13:15.86]Ah!
[13:17.12]- Let's go! - Let's go!
[13:22.30]Tinker Bell, we're not supposed to go near human houses.
[13:26.63]This isn't a human house.
[13:28.14]They're a lot bigger.
[13:29.44]Besides, the sign says, "Fairies welcome."
[13:32.14]Who do you think wrote it? Humans!
[13:36.98]Tinker Bell, you're not going in there.
[13:41.38]Please tell me you're not going in there! She went in there.
[13:47.62]Oh!
[13:53.23]Wow.
[14:02.80]Tinker Bell! Don't eat that! This could be a trap.
[14:07.04]Come on, Vidia. It's perfectly safe.
[14:09.88]Oh, really?
[14:16.32]- Oh, Vidia - Huh! Not so safe now, is it?
[14:20.42]Nice try, Vidia, but you re not scaring me.
[14:23.26]Gosh, this thing is amazing.
[14:24.99]You just don't know when to stop, do you?
[14:30.83]Oh, no. Tink! Someone's coming!
[14:34.90]The door is stuck!
[14:36.70]Come on, Vidia You can do better than that.
[14:38.84]Tink! - I wonder what this part does.
[14:41.24]Tink! I'm serious! Get out of there!
[14:44.28]Just a second. Just a second.
[14:56.52]Vidia? Vidia?
[15:03.03]Oh Vidia, come on. Open the door. You had your little...
[15:11.21]Oh, no. What have I done?
[15:14.38]Vidia? Okay, not funny anymore.
[15:24.29]A fairy!
[15:29.72]It's a real fairy!
[15:37.83]Father! Father!
[15:46.17]Father!
[15:58.59]- Father! Father, Father! - Yes, Lizzy.
[16:01.42]You're never going to believe what I found.
[16:03.32]- Maybe later, Lizzy. - But Father, Father, Father,
[16:07.29]- Father Father - Just a moment, dear.
[16:09.10]- I'm very busy with my project. - Yes, but Father!
[16:12.10]- Father! - Lizzy, please.
[16:13.67]I must add this extraordinary discovery to my field journal.
[16:17.51]And here t is.
[16:20.61]Is that the butterfly we were looking at earlier?
[16:23.31]Yes. Quite a specimen isn't it?
[16:26.11]You re not going to take it to London, are you?
[16:28.35]Yes of course.
[16:29.48]The board of trustees would never believe me
[16:31.22]if they didn't see it themselves.
[16:32.52]Now I'm sure to get that curatorship at the museum
[16:35.29]Besides, as a member of the scientific community,
[16:37.53]I'm obligated to share significant findings like this with my colleagues.
[16:41.63]I know it's unfortunate for the specimen, but really, there is no otherway.
[16:45.97]Now, dear. What did you want me to see?
[16:48.30]Uh...
[16:49.37]Never mind.
[17:13.93]Where have you gone?
[17:30.78]Mr Twitches, no! Out! Out with you!
[17:37.75]Mr. Twitches!
[17:44.76]Bad cat! No, no, no!
[17:51.37]Don't worry, little fairy.
[17:53.30]Mr. Twitches won't bother you as long as you're in there.
[17:57.54]Naughty cat! You're going outside.
[19:19.79]Tnker Bell's been captured by humans!
[19:22.79]- Oh, no. - What happened? Is she okay?
[19:24.06]- Is she all right? - What's this? Tinker Bell?
[19:25.39]- What happened, Vidia? - Is she hurt?
[19:26.96]Tinker Bell went into this little house in the meadow and couldn't get out.
[19:30.56]The door got jammed.
[19:32.63]Then this human came from out of nowhere and snatched her up,
[19:35.47]but I know where she is. We have to hurry and save her.
[19:38.47]Then we better leave right away!
[19:45.31]Sil, do you think the storm will pass soon?
[19:47.31]No, it looks like it's gonna get stronger.
[19:49.98]Well, there's gotta be some way to get to Tink.
[19:52.15]We can't fly in the rain and the meadow's already flooded.
[19:55.22]Maybe we don't have to fly.
[19:57.06]If we get some big leaves and sew them togetherwth stem twine...
[20:01.50]And miter-cut some twigs for the sub-flooring.
[20:03.70]Acorns as counterweights.
[20:05.17]Some quick-dry maple sap as reinforcement.
[20:07.57]What are you two talking about?
[20:09.17]- We're gonna build a boat! - We're gonna build a boat!
[20:21.28]More mushroom caps, p ease! - Here we go.
[20:27.35]This one goes there. That one goes there. Right?
[20:32.36]Righty-o, Bobble.
[20:47.41]Right, more reeds over here. - This thing had better work.
[20:50.71]Give me the sap.
[20:52.15]You dip it in this way and give it a big slap like so.
[20:57.22]Ow. Ow. Ow.
[21:00.15]Come on. Come on. Let's get going.
[21:05.13]There you go. Now you're talking!
[21:14.57]It's working!
[21:24.31]Well, this is it.
[21:29.12]Hey, faith...
[21:31.02]Trust...
[21:32.32]- And pixie dust. - Pixie dust.
[21:40.26]Come on. Come on.
[21:48.64]Hello.
[21:53.94]You don't have to be scared. I'm very nice
[22:01.45]You're so ittle.
[22:03.65]Your dress is very leafy. Did you make it yourself?
[22:08.39]I like your wings. They're like sparkly lace.
[22:12.03]Your hair must be so soft.
[22:16.33]Are you hungry? Maybe not. That's okay.
[22:21.14]I don't like some kinds of food, either.
[22:25.51]Oh!
[22:26.71]I'm so sorry. Where are my manners?
[22:31.25]There you go.
[22:39.99]Wait! Wait! Wait! No, please! I'm not going to hurt you!
[22:47.06]Don't be afraid I just want to be your friend!
[22:53.17]I really won't hurt you. I just love fairies.
[22:59.21]I've been drawing fairies all my life. See?
[23:03.08]I drew that one when I was three but I did that green one last week.
[23:07.68]I think it's much better.
[23:11.09]I even started to paint with the watercolors Father gave me.
[23:16.62]Is it true that some fairies paint butterfly wings?
[23:22.36]I knew it!
[23:24.30]These are some of my favorite drawings.
[23:27.13]This is a water fairy.
[23:28.77]- You can tell because her skin is blue. - Blue?
[23:32.21]And here is a candy fa ry living in a lollipop tree
[23:35.54]Do all fairies live in trees made of sweets?
[23:40.21]Really? What about fairy circles?
[23:45.55]Well, I hear that if a person steps in one,
[23:48.29]a fairy has to grant them three wishes from their magic bag.
[23:52.73]But if they don't, they turn into a pile of del cious sugar,
[23:56.40]- and then younger fairies - Wait. Wait a minute.
[23:58.17]...must try and turn them back into... - Where are you getting all this?
[24:02.94]You jingle when you talk, like a little bell!
[24:06.74]So thats how fairies speak.
[24:10.58]So what do you think of my fairies? Oh! And my fairy house!
[24:17.35]It got a little shaken up.
[24:24.66]Did you make this?
[24:26.63]I don't know what you're saying.
[24:33.80]Oh. Did I make the fairy house? Yes, I did. Do you like it?
[24:42.38]Oh. The door's stuck.
[24:51.69]Well, you're quite the little tinker, aren't you?
[24:55.19]What? Is that your name? Tinker?
[25:01.06]Er...
[25:02.16]Bell? Your name is Bell.
[25:08.00]Tinker? Bell?
[25:12.47]Tinker Bell? Tinker Bell.
[25:17.31]What a lovely name! Well, Tinker Bell, my name's Lizzy.
[25:27.02]Do all fairies sound the same when they talk?
[25:31.16]How do you learn to be a fairy? Do you go to fairy school?
[25:34.06]Lizzy?
[25:36.23]Lizzy? Who are you talking to?
[25:40.70]Oh. Um...
[25:43.00]My fairy!
[25:46.34]That's nice, dear. Now, I brought you something I think you'll really enjoy.
[25:50.88]These are some of my old field journals.
[25:54.75]Now, I picked out the ones I thought would excite you the most.
[25:57.35]This one on rocks and minerals is particulary interesting
[26:01.89]- Is there a field journal about fairies? - Of course not, Lizzy.
[26:06.86]Books like this are based on fact and scientific research,
[26:11.20]which is the quite the contrary to your little figurines and drawings.
[26:14.37]Well, just because you've never seen a fairy doesn't mean theyre not real.
[26:18.54]Now, Lizzy, seeing is believing, and without proof, it's just a fairy tale.
[26:25.08]Now, here is a blank field journal Now, you're very talented, my darling,
[26:30.95]and I'm sure you'll be able to fill it with your own scientific research.
[26:35.32]Yes, Father.
[26:39.59]Now if only these leaks were just pretend.
[26:45.10]Tinker Bell, you can come out now.
[26:51.41]Look, Lizzy, thanks for showing me your collection, but I really should be...
[26:59.31]You want to go?
[27:01.92]Oh. I really wish you'd stay.
[27:05.62]I'm sorry, Lizzy.
[27:08.32]Okay, I understand.
[27:18.37]So, I guess this is goodbye.
[27:25.14]What's wrong? Can't you fly in the rain?
[27:30.54]You can stay with me until the rain stops.
[27:33.11]I'll show you around my room. We can play with my toys.
[27:36.62]We'll have so much fun.
[27:45.63]- We're past the shallows! - Aye Drop the ma nsail!
[27:49.73]Dropping the mainsail!
[27:52.37]- Trim the sail! - Trimming the sail!
[27:59.01]- Big thingy, dead ahead! Hard to port! - Hard to port! Hard to port!
[28:11.82]I recognize that wagon. Stay on this course!
[28:14.92]- Aye, Miss Vidia. Will do. - I sure hope Tink is all right.
[28:18.89]Who knows what terrible things could be happening to her right now.
[28:24.90]A fairy could get used to this.
[28:27.33]Isn't it wonderfu? Everything in this house is just your size, Tinker Bell.
[28:34.37]That's perfume. It smells like flowers.
[28:38.61]Oh. My doll. She should be in bed by now.
[28:42.95]How old are you? I'm nine.
[28:46.85]Do you like my dollhouse? Do fairies live in houses?
[28:52.19]What are fairies' houses made of?
[28:55.13]That's a cooker, but it doesn't actually work.
[28:58.06]Whats your favorite food? I mean, besides sweets?
[29:02.90]I want to know all about real live fairies.
[29:13.05]Perfect!
[29:16.42]"Scientific fairy research."
[29:22.16]Okay. What's your favorite color?
[29:27.23]Green is my favorte color, too!
[29:31.26]I should start from the beginning. Where do fairies come from?
[29:35.17]I mean, where were you born?
[29:37.17]Oh.
[29:38.34]Well, that one's a lttle more complicated because...
[29:42.11]So, a baby, when it laughs for the first time...
[29:46.81]A fairy...
[29:49.25]- Uh... Uh... - Oh.
[29:51.45]Right. One second.
[29:59.93]You were a funny-looking baby?
[30:05.47]A baby?
[30:09.70]Laughs?
[30:14.11]One?
[30:18.01]First?
[30:19.38]When a baby laughs for the first time, thats when a fairy is born
[30:28.52]Incredible.
[30:31.46]Lizzy, that's only the beginning.
[30:35.03]Guess I always knew
[30:38.06]This could all come true
[30:42.30]Still it feels so new
[30:46.21]Being here with you
[30:50.21]Can't believe my eyes
[30:54.18]A new world comes ailve
[30:57.98]Spring and summer Love and laughter
[31:02.26]We'll live happy ever after
[31:06.16]We'll shine brighter Than we thought we'd be
[31:10.93]Because you showed me How to believe
[31:24.21]More than just pretend
[31:27.71]I'll make believe again
[31:32.02]I hope this never ends
[31:36.26]Maybe we'll be friends
[31:39.76]Now everything I know Everything I know
[31:44.06]I'll never let it go Never let it go
[31:48.03]Spring and summer Love and laughter
[31:52.21]We'll live happy everafter
[31:56.21]We'll shine brighter Than we thought we'd be
[32:00.98]Because you showed me How to believe
[32:19.23]Okay, everybody, listen up.
[32:21.77]This road should take us straight to the human house.
[32:25.31]So how far is it from the road to the house, do you think?
[32:28.64]Not that far, realy. The only question is, how flooded is it?
[32:33.25]That's a good point.
[32:36.75]Well, I'm gonna remain optimistic.
[32:39.65]- We'll get to Tink in no time. I'm with you, Sil.
[32:45.03]We're almost there.
[32:46.43]Why, look, we're picking up speed already.
[32:49.66]Did you feel that? We're moving faster.
[32:57.37]Hey, guys! We're heading right for a waterfall!
[33:05.01]Great polliwogs! We have to make the turn!
[33:08.05]Ease the sheets and get ready to jibe!
[33:11.69]What?
[33:12.79]Ease the sheet and get ready to jibe!
[33:16.12]- What? What did he say?
[33:17.36]Loosen the ropes and...
[33:18.99]... turn the sail!
[33:21.80]- Oh, no! - Look out!
[33:26.67]Man overboard!
[33:31.67]Hard to port! Hard to port!
[33:35.38]Turn the boat! Turn the boat!
[33:40.68]Guys! We're running out of river!
[33:44.98]That's all right, 'cause all we need's a little.
[33:47.89]- Rosetta, come grab my feet. - What?
[33:54.59]Hang on! We're going straight down!
[33:59.00]Oh, no!
[34:03.10]Brace yourselves!
[34:26.59]- Who's alive? - Not me
[34:31.46]Me, either. I can't find a pulse! It's not there
[34:35.30]I'm teling you, I don't... Oh. I'm good.
[34:41.88]Oh!
[34:43.81]Ow!
[34:44.94]Oh! Sorry!
[34:47.15]Ow!
[34:49.08]Looks like were walking from here.
[34:51.82]- But... Walking where? - We could be anywhere.
[34:56.59]Everything looks the same from down here.
[34:59.66]And there's no way of knowing which way to go.
[35:02.76]Clank! Where did you find that?
[35:06.63]I don't know. Here on the ground. Is it yours?
[35:20.25]I know where we are.
[35:25.32]Tinker Bell this is so fascinating. Thank you.
[35:29.82]I had no idea fairies were responsible for changing the seasons.
[35:34.43]I thought it had something to do with the Earth's axis
[35:37.10]as it rotated around the sun.
[35:39.10]That's what we wanted you to think.
[35:42.14]Well, I think we've covered everything. Oh. I hope Father's impressed.
[35:48.21]And now for the finale.
[35:51.78]The whole fairy land, Pixie Hollow.
[35:59.22]It worked! Tinker Bell, I can't wait to show Father.
[36:05.36]Tinker Bell? Are you all right? Tinker Bell?
[36:10.16]Huh?
[36:11.40]Oh Sorry. Yeah, let's go show yourdad.
[36:28.65]Looks like the rain has let up some.
[36:31.58]You might be able to make it home to your frends now.
[36:38.99]Maybe this could help you.
[36:45.90]Oh, yes.
[36:52.11]Such a clever tinker.
[36:58.18]Take care of yourself.
[37:10.02]I'll never forget you, Tinker Bell.
[37:16.60]You'd best hurry. The break in the weather may not ast long.
[37:39.09]Goodbye.
[37:46.43]And I'll never forget you, Lizzy.
[37:53.73]Father, look Not just now, Lizzy.
[37:56.97]My hands are rather full at the moment.
[37:59.07]I made t especially for you, Father. It's just like your field journal.
[38:03.44]- It's filled with lots of facts. - Yes, yes, that sounds wonderful,
[38:06.25]but I'm in the middle of a potent al catastrophe here.
[38:09.02]I can't look at it now.
[38:10.42]- But Father, it's a field journal, and I... - I don't have time.
[38:13.79]I have to find some way to deal with all these leaks
[38:16.42]before they destroy my work.
[38:18.36]- When will you be able to look at it? - I don't know. Maybe later.
[38:24.63]You always say that.
[39:15.98]Tinker Bell!
[39:19.69]You came back! I'm so glad to see you.
[39:27.06]Tinker Bell, Father has no time forthe field journal.
[39:34.17]I think I can fix that.
[39:38.34]Vidia, you sure you know where you're going?
[39:40.87]Yes. Tinker Bell and I walked by here.
[39:43.61]I just have to find the road.
[39:45.45]Road? What road?
[39:49.42]That road!
[39:52.22]That's not a road. That's a muddy river.
[39:55.46]So, I guess we need to find a bridge.
[39:58.96]Or be spontaneous and jump right in.
[40:02.23]It's not deep We can walk across.
[40:06.93]Yeah, no. I don't really do mud.
[40:10.77]- But you're a garden fairy! - Ironic, isn't it?
[40:15.61]Rosetta!
[40:16.81]Okay, all right. I'm coming.
[40:23.55]It's squishy. Oh! What was that?
[40:34.66]She's stuck!
[40:36.40]I can get myself out of here.
[40:41.60]All right, all right.
[40:43.14]Someone just get me something to grab onto
[40:45.74]- Got it! Clanky, rescue device. - Right, Bobble. You can count on us!
[40:52.28]Okay. Let's give this a try.
[40:59.09]Do you feel that? She's starting to break free.
[41:01.12]I don't think so.
[41:07.26]- Come on, hurry! - Pull! Pull!
[41:12.13]Pull!
[41:20.37]Pull!
[41:35.39]Hello? Is somebody out there?
[41:40.79]Anyone?
[41:45.90]- Grab this! Hurry! - Are you kidding me?
[41:49.24]Trust me. And hold on tight.
[41:53.37]Oh well.
[42:07.32]We got the...
[42:09.76]...rescue device. - You scared the petals right off of me!
[42:15.43]Did we miss anything?
[42:18.43]"My, what a splendid tea service. I am really quite impressed.''
[42:23.70]Then I say,
[42:25.24]"Why, thank you, Tinker Bell.
[42:29.21]"You are too kind."
[42:31.94]You hold your pinkie out, like this,
[42:36.25]and that's the way you throw a proper tea party.
[42:50.26]Good night, Lizzy.
[43:04.54]There we... Oh!
[43:07.65]I'm going to bed.
[43:19.06]There just aren't enough hours in the day.
[45:48.21]Oh. Good morning, Tinker Bell. How did you sleep last night?
[45:52.38]Well, I... Actually, I didn't, but that doesn't matter.
[45:56.32]You should go downstairs to your father
[45:59.62]- Lizzy? - Yes, Father?
[46:02.05]Good morning, my dear. All the leaks seem to have stopped.
[46:06.16]I just wanted to make sure everything is okay in here.
[46:10.13]Yes. Just fine. No leaks at all. So...
[46:14.80]Strange It's as if they mended themselves.
[46:19.67]It's still raining outside.
[46:21.57]I can't imagine how on Earth such a thing could occur
[46:26.75]Well, there must be an explanation that I'm just not thinking of.
[46:30.08]Well, I'm sure you'll think of it, Father.
[46:32.59]- Off we go. - Perhaps down in your study.
[46:34.29]You always do your best thinking there. I wish you luck.
[46:36.92]- Okay, well, play nicely - Yes, of course. Bye, Father.
[46:43.26]Oh! That was close.
[46:45.20]What are you doing? This s your chance
[46:54.04]Is that why you fixed those leaks?
[46:58.84]So he can spend more time with me?
[47:03.48]I've really been wanting to show him this
[47:07.89]Okay, okay. I'll go.
[47:15.79]Father, since you have more time,
[47:17.96]maybe I can show you my scientific research.
[47:20.33]The butterfly. It's gone! What?
[47:23.47]The apatura iris with the irregular wing pattern.
[47:26.31]I was going to present it to the museum tonight.
[47:28.64]Oh! This was my big opportunity, and now it's gone
[47:33.25]- Elizabeth, did you release it? - No.
[47:38.32]Well, I didn't do it.
[47:40.69]And since there is no one else in the house,
[47:42.66]there is only one logical explanation.
[47:46.76]- It must have been you. - I didn't do it, Father.
[47:50.33]I'm going to give you one more chance. Tell me the truth.
[47:56.17]I could tell you, Father, but you wouldn't believe me.
[48:04.24]Very well. Off to your room, young lady. I'm very disappointed in you.
[48:15.85]You know, I was just thinking, if Tink were here
[48:19.43]- how not quiet it would be right now. - You can say that again
[48:23.53]Okay, okay, okay. Who am I?
[48:31.94]That's the exact shade!
[48:35.71]Quite a bit of spirit in that little tinker, eh?
[48:38.41]That's for sure. In fact, I still can't believe she got captured.
[48:42.62]Yeah. It's very unlike Tink to be caught with her guard down.
[48:46.05]- I wonder what really happened. - Well we'll find out soon.
[48:49.42]Yep. With every step we take we come closer and closer to Tinker Bell
[48:54.23]She'll te us what happened.
[48:56.30]Listen, there's something you a should know.
[49:01.97]Tinker Bell getting trapped is a my fault!
[49:05.34]I slammed that door on Tinker Bell, to teach her a lesson
[49:08.41]I tried to get her out, but the door was stuck.
[49:10.91]I tred, but I couldn't, and now I've put her and all of us in danger.
[49:17.82]I am so sorry.
[49:23.79]Honey, this is not your fault.
[49:25.99]We a know that Tink can get into plenty of trouble all by herself.
[49:29.33]It scares me to think what would have happened if you weren't there, Vidia.
[49:33.53]I don't know what to say.
[49:35.53]- How about faith... - Trust...
[49:39.61]- And... - And...
[49:41.04]And pixie dust.
[49:43.14]And pixie dust!
[49:45.21]Can you reach it, Clanky?
[49:47.95]Almost. Just a little more. - Here, let me.
[49:51.62]Okay. Now, can you see anything?
[49:54.19]No! There's a big building in the way.
[49:57.99]Building. It's a house. That's it! Clanky! We've got it!
[50:03.16]What've we got? House! Get off.
[50:05.50]I'm sorry. I can't feel my legs.
[50:12.47]It doesn't matter what I say. He never believes me.
[50:19.68]I'm so sorry, Lizzy.
[50:24.75]I'm so glad you're here.
[50:27.99]You're my best friend.
[50:37.43]I wish I were a fairy, just like you.
[50:42.17]Then I could help the flowers bloom and talk to animals
[50:45.34]and fly around with the other fairies all the time.
[50:53.85]That would be fun.
[51:07.39]Where are we going?
[52:06.08]Oh!
[52:12.12]What is going on up there?
[52:23.87]Whoa!
[52:29.14]I was going to present it to the museum ton ght.
[52:31.71]Now the butterfly is gone.
[52:34.48]Whoa!
[52:45.19]Whoa!
[52:56.24]Oh, my! I'm... I'm flying!
[53:03.04]Whoa!
[53:05.08]Look at me! Whee! I'm a fairy!
[53:19.59]All clear!
[53:26.57]Sorry. - Oh! Careful.

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