FernGully 2: The Magical Rescue

Synopsis: The fairies of FernGully must venture outside the rain forest to rescue several young animals who were captured by poachers.
Director(s): Phil Robinson, Dave Marshall (co-director)
Production: FAI Films
  4 nominations.
75 min

FernGully is a special place.

A place where great things meet little things.

A place of secrets.

A place of magic.

Come on, follow me.

Your turn, Nugget.

Come on, Wal, one more time.

Bandy, you're next.

The reason the forest

is cool and green below...

It's all right. It's just those Beetle Boys

up to their tricks again.

The canopy keeps us safe

from the harsh rays of the sun...

Hey, Stump, what are we gonna do today?

Duh, what are we doing today, Pips?

Well, let's see.

We could...

Ah, who knows?

Same as yesterday, I guess.

Same as any old day in the forest.

I thought you liked FernGully, Pips.

Yeah, FernGully is

the most beautiful place I know.

But let's face it, boys,

it's the only place I know.

And I get tired of it sometimes.

We can keep dry, hiding underneath leaves.

We can keep ourselves safe,

hiding inside of trees.


Oh, you need some water.


Hey... Pips!


Nice of you to drop in, Pips.

I know you can't resist a gardening lesson.

- Cor!

- Wow!

Down here, Miss Smarty-pants.

Let the legend show you how to do it.

- Way to go, Pips.

- Beat that, Crysta.

Magi Lune taught me that magic

is too precious to waste on silly games.



Well... just this once, then.

Oh, yeah. Real impressive.

- Go on, Crysta.

- Yeah, show him.



Just what we need - another tree.

Big deal. The forest is full of them.

Personally, I'd like to see something new.

Come on, boys.



She grew a tree. A whole tree.

You can try one too, Bark. But remember-

magic is not just for fun and games.

I'll remember.


You'll learn to do it someday, Bark.

Watch. I'll show you how to start a sprout.

Don't waste your time

on that boring stuff, Bark.

Come on, boys. Let's go find a little action.

Emergency! Incoming!

- Run for your lives!

- Did you hear that, Pips?

They're coming.

Women and bats first!

Out of my way. I'm an endangered species.


Batty, calm down. What is it?

Mayday. We're going down.

This is Chopper One. We're going down.


I'm sorry, Batty. I don't understand.

Two words - hu... man!


Hu, hu, hu, hu...

- Where are the humans, Batty?

- Where are the humans?

I'll tell you.

They're right behind me. Run for it!

There are no humans in FernGully.

It's perfectly safe.

FernGully safe?

Survey says, uh-uh, wrong answer.

Lounge around all you want in your

fungal furniture. I'm outta here.

I'm a ghost. I'm history.

You can't see me. Bye-bye now.

No way, Jos.

You won't find old Batty hanging around.

What's that?

What's happening?

Crysta, look out!

A human!

Yeesh! And an ugly one at that.

Go, Slasher. Go, Boof.



Pathetic animal.

Let's see what we have got today.

Don't ruin his fur, you stupid mutt.

Oh, another wombat.

Ooh, a little bandicoot.


Oh, just a joey kangaroo.

You'll make a nice pair of slippers.

Why'd they have to make these things

so complicated?

Beats me, Boss.

Well, what did we get?

Three more, Boss.


There's three animals

we'll never see again.

No, this can't be happening!

Maybe it's a terrible dream.

Maybe I'll pinch myself and wake up.

Ouch! I'm awake!

So those animals are really gone.

And humans will buy them or sell them

or eat them or wear them!

Oh, and experiment with them.

But they're only babies.

Their parents... Oh, what will I tell them?

Agh, a bug!

Just a bit of dirt!

What was that?

Relax, Boss. Just think of all the money

we'll make when we sell those baby animals.


I'm trying to relax.

I tell ya, Mac, I don't know how

you put up with this outdoorsy life.

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Submitted on August 05, 2018

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