Bob the Builder: Adventures by the Sea

Synopsis: Bob the Builder and his machine team "sea" lots of new ways to work together to get jobs done in and around Fixham Harbor in five exciting stories.
Production: LionsGate Entertainment
Year:
2012
56 min
287 Views


1

Men:

BOB THE BUILDER.

Machines:

CAN WE FIX IT?

BOB THE BUILDER.

YES, WE CAN!

SCOOP, MUCK AND DIZZY

AND ROLEY, TOO,

LOFTY AND WENDY:

JOIN THE CREW.

BOB AND THE GANG

HAVE SO MUCH FUN,

WORKING TOGETHER,

THEY GET THE JOB DONE.

BOB THE BUILDER.

CAN WE FIX IT?

BOB THE BUILDER.

YES, WE CAN!

PILCHARD AND BIRD,

TRAVIS AND SPUD,

PLAYING TOGETHER

LIKE GOOD FRIENDS SHOULD.

BOB THE BUILDER.

CAN WE FIX IT?

BOB THE BUILDER.

( Country Music )

LOOK...I'M PRETENDING

THIS PIECE OF WOOD

IS A BOAT ON THE OCEAN.

I HAD A DREAM:

ABOUT A BOAT LAST NIGHT.

I WAS THE BRAVE CAPTAIN.

I SAW ANOTHER BOA TIP OVER,

AND THE PASSENGERS

FELL IN THE WATER.

( All Gasp )

SO I PULLED THEM OU WITH MY LIFE PRESERVER.

BRILLIANT!

HOORAY FOR SCOOP,

THE BRAVE SEA CAPTAIN.

( All Laugh )

Wendy:

MORNING, TEAM.

Machines:

HI, BOB...HI, WENDY.

WE HAVE AN IMPORTANT JOB

TODAY.

THE BIG GLASS LENS IN

THE LIGHTHOUSE NEEDS CHANGING.

( Gasp! )

THAT MEANS WE GE TO BE BY THE SHORE.

COME ON!

( Engines Rumble )

( Music )

WOW!

THE OCEAN IS SO COOL.

MORNING, ALL.

I TRUST EVERYTHING IS IN HAND

FOR THIS JOB, BOB.

OF COURSE,

MR. BENTLEY.

HAVE A LOOK AT THE PLANS

WITH US.

( Beep! )

FIRST, WE'LL TAKE OU THE OLD LENS

THROUGH THESE DOORS

THEN WE'LL LOWER I DOWN TO THE GROUND.

WOW.

THERE'S A BOA OUT AT SEA.

IT COULD BE A PIRATE SHIP

OR A SAILBOA WITH A BRAVE CAPTAIN.

AND, SCOOP,

YOU CAN PICK UP:

THE SPECIAL FIXINGS

FOR THE NEW LENS.

PACKER SHOULD HAVE DROPPED THEM

OFF AT THE YARD BY NOW.

OKAY, SCOOP?

( Gasp! )

HUH?

UH...

TO PICK UP:

THE SPECIAL FIXINGS?

UM...OH.

Y-YEAH.

YEAH.

UM, PICK UP THE FIXINGS.

UH, N-NO PROB', BOB.

UH...

CAN WE FIX IT?

All:

YES, WE CAN!

OOH, UH, YEAH.

I THINK SO.

( Music )

( Door Creaks )

( Ratchet Clicking )

( Clanking )

( Rumbling )

PICK UP THE FIXINGS.

EASY.

( Laughs Nervously )

EXCEPT I DON'T KNOW

WHERE THEY ARE.

SCOOP...HI.

WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING FOR,

PARTNER?

GRIPPER!

DO YOU HAVE THE FIXINGS

FOR THE LIGHTHOUSE LENS?

SORRY, PARTNER.

THEY'RE NOT HERE.

OH.

UH...WELL, OKAY.

THANKS.

OHH.

MAYBE I SHOULD HAVE LISTENED

A LITTLE BETTER.

AH, SCOOP.

OFF TO COLLECT THE FIXINGS

FROM BOB'S YARD, ARE YOU?

OH!

THEY'RE AT BOB'S YARD!

YES.

THAT'S WHAT BOB SAID

THIS MORNING.

UH, YEAH.

UH, RIGHT.

UH...SEE YOU LATER.

( Rumbling )

( Tires Screech )

PHEW.

THEY'RE HERE.

I BETTER GET BACK

BEFORE BOB REALIZES

I DIDN'T LISTEN.

( Rumbling )

THANKS, SCOOP.

LOOK, SCRATCH.

THE OCEAN'S

SO BIG AND BLUE.

IT'S JUST LIKE

IN MY DREAM...

HMM, WE'LL NEED

A SPECIAL TOOL:

TO FIX THESE CLAMPS

IN PLACE, BOB.

THERE'S ONE

IN THE WORKSHOP.

CAN YOU GET IT,

PLEASE, SCOOP?

AS FAST AS YOU CAN.

SPLASHER WILL BE HERE

WITH THE NEW LENS SOON.

...AND THEN I PULLED THEM

OUT OF THE WATER.

SCOOP.

HUH?

CAN YOU GET ME THE TOOL

TO FIT THESE:

FROM THE WORKSHOP,

PLEASE?

UH...OH, YEAH.

UM, NO PROB', BOB.

OKAY,

LET'S GET THE OLD LENS OUT.

( Clink! )

( Whirring )

( Clank! )

( Hydraulic Whirring )

GO EASY, PARTNER.

IT'S VERY FRAGILE.

YEAH, PARTNER.

IT'S MADE OF GLASS,

SO IT'LL BREAK REAL EASY.

NO WORRIES.

I'LL BE REALLY CAREFUL.

( Walkie-Talkie Crackles )

BOB TO SPLASHER...

WHERE ARE YOU?

LOADED:

AND ON ME WAY, BOB.

TELL THE OTHERS:

TO WATCH OUT FOR ME.

THIS LENS IS:

REALLY FRAGILE.

I WILL, SPLASHER.

SEE YOU SOON.

( Walkie-Talkie Crackles )

( Rumbling )

OKAY,

I'VE GOT BOB'S SPECIAL TOOL.

( Tires Screech )

MR. MOCKNEY.

WHAT ARE YOU DOING?

WELL, HELLO,

YOUNG SCOOP.

I'M READING A BOOK

MY GREAT-GRANDFATHER WROTE,

ALL ABOUT THE OCEAN.

OCEAN?

SHOW ME!

( Engine Revs )

LOOK.

ONE DAY,

MY GREAT-GRANDFATHER SAW

A GLASS BOTTLE IN THE OCEAN.

IT HAD A LETTER IN IT.

( Page Rustles )

THE BOTTLE WAS HEADING

FOR THE ROCKS.

IF IT HIT THEM,

IT WOULD SMASH,

AND HE WOULD NEVER FIND OU WHO THE LETTER WAS FROM.

( Gasp! )

WHAT HAPPENED NEXT?

( Walkie-Talkie Crackles )

WENDY TO SCOOP;

COME IN, SCOOP.

OH.

UH...HI, WENDY.

WHERE ARE YOU?

BOB SAID TO GET BACK

QUICKLY.

WE NEED THAT TOOL.

QUICKLY?

OH, UH,

SORRY, WENDY.

I--I DIDN'T HEAR.

I'M--I'M COMING NOW.

( Walkie-Talkie Crackles )

UH...

I HAVE TO GO, DAVID.

BUT YOU MUST HEAR THE END

OF THE STORY, SCOOP.

UH...OKAY.

BUT WE'D BETTER BE QUICK.

( Clears Throat )

SO...

MOMENTS BEFORE:

THE BOTTLE HIT THE ROCKS,

MY GREAT-GRANDFATHER

JUMPED INTO THE WATER

AND RESCUED IT.

COOL.

SO, WHO WAS

THE LETTER FROM?

A BRAVE CAPTAIN:

LOST AT SEA.

WOW.

I HAD A DREAM LAST NIGH THAT I WAS A BRAVE SEA CAPTAIN.

( Walkie-Talkie Crackles )

AND, SCOOP...

AND ONE DAY...

I FORGOT.

I SAW ANOTHER BOA TIP OVER...

WATCH OUT FOR SPLASHER.

AND ALL THE PASSENGERS

FELL INTO THE WATER.

HE HAS THE NEW LENS...

AND IT'S VERY FRAGILE.

SO I STEERED MY BOA NEXT TO THE OTHER ONE...

'BYE.

AND I PULLED ALL THE PEOPLE

OUT OF THE WATER

AND RESCUED THEM.

( Chuckles )

WHAT A FABULOUS DREAM, SCOOP.

BUT, UH...

YOU'D BETTER GO NOW.

OH, YEAH.

UM...

BYE, DAVID.

NEARLY THERE.

ONE LENS SAFELY DELIVERED.

WHOO-HOO!

WENDY SAID:

TO GET BACK QUICKLY,

AND YOU DON'T GE MUCH QUICKER THAN THIS.

( Giggles )

( Tires Screech )

Both:

WHOA!

( Splash! )

Scoop & Splasher:

OH, NO!

SCOOP, SPLASHER.

WHAT HAPPENED?

I--I WAS GOING TOO FAST,

AND I DIDN'T SEE SPLASHER.

BUT DIDN'T WENDY SAY

TO BE CAREFUL ON THE WAY BACK?

OH, UM...

SHE MIGHT HAVE,

BUT I WASN'T LISTENING.

I'M REALLY SORRY, BOB.

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