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Come children. On your way to school.
- Good morning.
Here you are, balloons. All colors
of the rainbow.
I'm coming mother.
Ah mother, do you really mean that?
Of course I don't.
And don't go losing them again.
Come on fleecy, come on curly,
come on wooly.
How do you do my dear Mrs. Peep.
How do you do, Mr. Barnaby?
And how is your charming daughter,
Ms. Bo Peep?
Very well thank you.
Then, may I be permitted to pay
Sorry, but she's out tending her sheep.
Good morning Mr. Barnaby!
Thank you very much Mr. Barnaby.
And now I have to leave you sir.
My.. my sheep..
I have long admired you.
Marveled at your tender loveliness.
I'm sorry Mr. Barnaby..
and I hope you won't think me ungrateful..
- I'm a very rich man my dear.
Think carefully, child.
That would be an ugly way to win
a pretty wife.
I wouldn't marry you if you were young,
which you can't be..
and if you were about to die tomorrow
which is too much to hope for.
And then you will sing a different tune.
I came back to remind you that your
little financial obligation..
You mean the mortgage?
is due today.
Couldn't you give me just a little
I'm sorry. The law must take it's course.
I shall be back.. shortly.
You'll be late for work.
Good morning, mother Peep.
Good morning, Ollie!
Will you come on. It's almost 8 O'clock.
Why, I thought I left you upstairs
in the bedroom.
Well how'd you get down here?
I fell out the window.
God morgen Stannie.
Good morning Ollie.
Come on and let's go!
Wait a minute. I forgot something.
I'll be right down.
Will you come on. Do you want us to
be late for work?
Don't forget your lunch, Ollie.
What's the matter, mother Peep?
I've got bad news for you.
I'm afraid you two boys will have to
Well what do you mean?
mortgage against this shoe.
It's due today..
and I haven't got the money to pay him.
And we'll all be cast out into the
Stannie. Go upstairs and get my
Go get my money box.
What are you going to do?
I'm going to give you all of my
And I'll get the rest of it from our
master the toy maker.
Oh I can't let you do such a thing.
Tut, tut, tut, tarut!
One good turn deserves another.
That's it.. that's it.
I owe you 1.48. Stannie Dum
I borrowed it.
I know you borrowed it.
But what did you borrow it for?!
Well you see I had to buy some
more Pee wees.
I lost three of them playing
with little Jack Horner.
Had to buy some more Pee Wees.
Well don't you mind, Mother Peep..
I'll get the full amount from the
Oh you boys musn't go into debt
on my account.
that Barnaby's up to his old tricks again..
he'll give me the full amount without
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