๐ŸŽ POCOYO in ENGLISH – Horse ๐ŸŽ | Full Episodes | VIDEOS and CARTOONS FOR KIDS

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male narrator:
WELL, HELLO, POCOYO. – HI. narrator:
WHAT HAVE YOU GOT THERE? BOOK. narrator: OH, A VERY NICE
PICTURE BOOK, YES. – BALL. narrator:
OH, YES, A BALL, VERY GOOD. – FISH. narrator:
THAT’S RIGHT. YES, THAT’S A FISH. – TREE. narrator:
YES, A TREE, EXCELLENT. YOU’RE VERY GOOD
AT THIS, POCOYO. WHAT IS IT? OH, POCOYO,
YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT THAT IS? I’LL GIVE YOU A LITTLE HINT. IT GALLOPS AND SAYS…
whinnying
CAN ANY OF YOU TELL POCOYO
WHAT THAT’S A PICTURE OF? kids:
A HORSE. – IT’S A PICTURE OF THE HORSE. narrator:
YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT A HORSE IS? WELL, UM, HORSES ARE
LARGE ANIMALS. THEY EAT GRASS. AND THEY MAKE A SOUND LIKE THIS:whinnying and chuffingTHEY RUN VERY FAST,
AS FAST AS A CAR. HORSES ARE EXTREMELY POWERFUL AND STUNNINGLY
BEAUTIFUL ANIMALS. AND PEOPLE EVEN RIDE ON THEM. CAN YOU IMAGINE YOURSELF
ON A HORSE?Pocoyo gigglingnarrator:
IMAGINE THAT. POCOYO, HORSE. HORSE, HORSE, HORSE, HORSE,
HORSE, HORSE, HORSE, HORSE, HORSE, HORSE, HORSE,
HORSE, HORSE, HORSE, HORSE, HORSE, HORSE,
HORSE, HORSE, HORSE.Elly trumpetsHORSE? narrator:
IT’S ELLY AND PATO. SAY HELLO, POCOYO. – HORSE, HORSE, POCOYO, HORSE,
HORSE, HORSE, HORSE, HORSE, HORSE, HORSE, HORSE, HORSE,
POCOYO WANTS. narrator: I’M AFRAID POCOYO
REALLY, REALLY WANTS A HORSE. YOU DON’T HAPPEN TO HAVE ONE,
DO YOU?trumpetsnarrator:
POCOYO, THEY CAN’T HELP YOU. THEY DON’T HAVE A HORSE. SIT. LOOK. SHH! HORSE, HORSE, HORSE,
GO FIND. HORSE, HORSE, HORSE,
HORSE, HORSE.silly musicHORSE! narrator:
CATERPILLAR, BABY BIRD, POCOYO JUST WANTS TO DRAW HORSES
FOR NOW, I’M AFRAID. – HORSE, HORSE. HORSE, HORSE, HORSE, HORSE,
HORSE, HORSE, HORSE. narrator:
WOW. FOUR LEGS. CAN YOU TELL POCOYO
IF THAT’S REALLY A HORSE? – NO, IT’S A DOG. – IT’S LOULA. – HORSE, HORSE, HORSE, HORSE? HORSE! HORSE! HORSE! HORSE! narrator: POCOYO, YOU HAVE GOT
TO STOP THIS. THERE ARE NO HORSES HERE. LOOK, IF IT WERE UP TO ME,
YOU’D HAVE A HUNDRED HORSES. THEY’D BE EVERYWHERE. YOU WOULDN’T BE ABLE TO SEE
FOR HORSES. BUT YOU LIVE IN POCOYO WORLD. THERE ARE NO HORSES HERE. HORSE! HAT. narrator:
WHAT DO YOU WANT THAT FOR? HORSE! narrator: OH, I SEE,
TO SAY “HORSE” EVEN LOUDER. OH, DEAR, I’M AFRAID
THE MESSAGE DIDN’T GET THROUGH. – HORSE! HORSE! HORSE! HORSE! narrator: OH, DEAR, WHAT ARE
WE GOING TO DO ABOUT THIS? narrator:
HAVE YOU GOT AN IDEA, ELLY?trumpeting softlyHORSE! narrator:
WHAT WAS THAT? OH, WOW, SOMEONE’S
MADE A HORSE FOR YOU. CAN YOU TELL POCOYO WHO’S MADE
THAT WONDERFUL HORSE FOR HIM?trumpetskids:
PATO AND ELLY. narrator:
PATO AND ELLY, YES. POCOYO, LISTEN. DO YOU HEAR THAT? IT’S A VERY RARE SOUND. – HORSE? narrator:
NO, NOT A HORSE. IT’S THE SOUND
OF AN ELEPHANT CRYING. SHE ONLY WANTED
TO MAKE YOU HAPPY. I’M AFRAID YOU WEREN’T
VERY NICE TO HER. SORRY. SORRY. SORRY, PATO.trumpetsHORSE! narrator: NOT A–OH, DON’T START
GOING ON ABOUT HORSES AGAIN. NO, POCOYO WANTS
ELLY-PATO HORSE.laughingnarrator:
WONDERFUL! HOORAY FOR POCOYO. HOORAY FOR MAKE-BELIEVE HORSES. GIDDYAP!
SEE YOU SOON.

 

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