Franklin – Franklin’s Gift / Franklin Growing Up Fast – Ep. 15


@ ♪ HEY, IT’S FRANKLIN ♪ ♪ COMING OVER TO PLAY ♪ ♪ GROWING A LITTLE ♪ @ ♪ EVERY DAY ♪ ♪ HERE HE COMES ♪ ♪ WITH ALL HIS FRIENDS ♪ ♪ THEY’VE OT STORIES ♪ ♪ GOT TIME T SPEND ♪ ♪ WITH YOU ♪ ♪ HEY, IT’S FRANKLIN ♪ ♪ COMING TO YOUR HOUSE ♪ ♪ HEY, IT’S FRANKLIN ♪ ♪ COMING TO MY HOUSE ♪ ♪ HE , IT’S FRANKLIN ♪♪ [ NARRATOR ]: FRANKLIN COULD
COUNT BY TWOS AND TIE HIS SHOES @ HE COULD DRAW A PICTURE
OF MOUNTAINS @ AND MAKE CASTLES OUT OF BLOCKS. @ HE LIKED MAKING SPECIAL THINGS
FOR SPECIAL PEOPLE. ONE DAY FRANKLIN WONDERED
IF A GIFT HE MADE ALL BY HIMSELF
WAS SPECIAL ENOUGH. YOUR NEW HOUSE. WHAT DO YOU THINK, SAM? IT’S A VERY
CUTE LITTLE HOME, FRANKLIN. YES, AN EXCELLENT JOB. MAYBE YOU’LL BUILD ME
A NEW GARDEN SHED ONE DAY. YEAH, I’M GOOD
AT MAKING THINGS. YOU’RE CREATIVE. @@ THERE’S NO DOUB AB UT IT.
@ WELL, I’D BETTER GET THIS JAM
OVER TO MRS. MOOSE. HOW LONG ARE YOU
GOING TO BE GONE? WELL, I’D LIKE TO VISIT
FOR A LITTLE WHILE. WHY? NOTHING, JUST WONDERED. ALL RIGHT, BYE-BYE. BYE-BYE. SEE YOU LATER. HAS SHE GONE? ALL CLEAR. @ TA-DA! @@ [ CHUCKLING ] HER MOTHER’S DAY GIFT WAS
RIGHT IN THE MIDDLE OF THE KITCHEN TABLE
AND SHE DIDN’T EVEN KNOW IT. THAT LOOKS GREAT.
@@ YEAH, BUT IT NEEDS
SOMETHING ELSE. @ AND I’VE LOOKED THROUGH
MY CRAFT BOX FIVE TIMES. THERE’S NOTHING REALLY NEAT
LEFT IN IT. MAYBE YOU’LL FIND SOMETHING
USEFUL IN HERE. T E JUNK RAWER?
@@@@@ @@ THAT’ WH T W USUALLY CALL IT. BUT TODAY WE’LL CALL IT
THE TREASURE DRAWER. LOOK AT THIS. @ NEAT. DOES IT WRITE? NEVER DID — THAT’S WHY IT’S IN HERE. HEY, WHAT’S THIS FOR? THAT’S A GLAS PRISM
FROM AN OLD LAMP. HOLD IT UP TO THE WINDOW. WHOA! CAN I USE IT? @@ HEH, HEH, GO AHEAD. I’LL BE IN THE GARDEN
IF YOU NEED ANYTHING. THANKS, DAD. WOW! ISN’T IT GREAT, SAM? I’VE GOT TO SHOW
THIS TO BEAR BEFORE I WRAP IT. [ HUMMING ] @@@ HEY, BEAVER,
WAI P. @@ HI. LOOK AT THE MOTHER’S DAY GIFT
I MADE. NEAT! IT LOOKS JUST LIKE
A BIG DIAMOND IN THE MIDDLE. YEAH. @ I THINK IT’S THE BEST THING
I’VE EVER MADE. WHAT DID YOU MAKE
FOR YOUR MOM? I DIDN’T MAKE SOMETHING
THIS TIME. I G T THISIS
FROM MR. MOLE S STORE. IT’ A DIAL-O-MATIC
GAR EN HOSE SPRAYER WOW! @ THIS IS FOR SPRAYING FAR AWAY. THIS IS FOR UP CLOSE. THIS IS FOR MIST. AND…WHEN YOU PUSH ON THIS,
IT STOPS. MR. MOLE TOLD ME
IT WAS THE PERFECT THING FOR
MOTHER’S DAY. HE DID? @ ARE THERE
ANY MORE THINGS LIKE THAT
IN THE STORE? SO MANY NEAT THINGS
THAT IT’S HARD TO CHOOSE. BUT YOU’VE ALREADY GOT
S METHING NEAT. YEAH,,
I GUESS SO. @@@ I’LL SEE YOU LATER, BEAVER.
@ BYE, FRaNKL N. @@ WHOA! @@@@@ OOPS, SORRY, FRANkLIN. HA, HA, HA. I DIDN’T KNOW ANYBODY WAS THERE. ARE YOU HAVING
A CARROT SNACK? NO, I’M JUST CHOPPING THEM UP. COME HERE AND CHECK THIS OUT.
@ WATCH THIS. TA-DA! ISN’T THIS TH NEaTEST MOTHER’S
DAY GIFT YOU’VE EVER SEEN? OH, IT’S FOR
YOUR MOM, IS IT? YEAH, I CAN HARDLY WAIT
TO GIVE IT TO HER. IT’S A USEFUL GIFT,
AND IT’S FUN TO . YEAH, YOU’RE
RIGHT. WHAT DID YOU GET YOUR MOM? IT’S THIS THING. @ IT’S NOT EXACTL [email protected]@@ A D I’M N T SaRE YOU’D
CALL IT FUN. [ SIGHING ]@ @@@@ I’LL HAbE T SHOW IT TO YOU.
@@ THAT’ NICE, FRANKLIN. I ‘S JUST A T ING I’VE MADE. DO OU WANT TO TRY MY MOM’S GIFT
BEFORE I HAVE TO WRAP IT? @ IT’ REALLY FUN. MAYBE LATER, RABBIT. I TOLD BEAR
I WAS COMING OVER TO HIS HOUSE. OK, SEE YOU LATER, FRANKLIN. BYE, RABBIT.
@ BOY, aM I GLAD @@@@ YOU’RE HERE.
@ WHA ARE
YOU DOING? TRYING TO WRAP A GIFT. IT’S IMPOSSIBLE.
@ THIS TAPE KEEPS STICKING
TO EVERYTHING. LOOKS LIKE YOU WERE TRYING
TO WRAP YOURSELF. YOU HAVE TO HELP
ME, FRANKLIN. I WANT TO WRAP MOM’S GIFT
BEFORE SHE GETS HOME. OK, I’LL HELP Y U. YOU’VE PICKED OUT
A GOOD GIFT, BEAR @@ I THOUGHT SO. I BROKE HER OLD ONE
TRYING TO OPEN A JAR OF HONEY, SO I KNOW MOM NEEDS ONE. LOOK AT ALL THE STUFF IT DOES. IT PEELS POTATOES,
IT PEELS APPLES, IT PEELS CARROTS, PEARS, BEETS…
@@ HMM, DON’T KNOW
WHWHAT THAT THING IS, BUT I’M SURE T WILL @EEL IT. GIFTS F OM A
STORE ALWAYS LOOK SO, SO —
I DON’T KNOW — SPECIAL,
I GUESS. YEAH, BUT YOU TOLD ME YOU HAD SOMETHING
REALLY NEAT FOR YOUR MOM. WELL, IT DOESN’T REALLY DO MUCH,
AND IT’S NOT SHINY AND NEW LIKE YOURS. IT’S NOT A VERY USEFUL THING. COME ON,
JUST SHOW ME. [ SIGHING ] @ SEE WHAT I EAN?
@ MOMS ALWAYS LIKE
RIBBONS AND STU F. IT LOOKS BETTER IF YOU
HOLD IT UP IN THE LIGHT. WOW THAT’S SOME PRESENT! I GUESS SO. GEE, NO KIDDING. IT’S AMAZING, FRANKLIN. IF YOU REALLY LIKE IT,
WOULD YOU.. WELL, ER…DO YOU WANT TO TRADE? HMM, I KNOW. @ I COULD FIX MOM’S BROKEN PEELER
WITH SOME TAPE, AND THAT WAY
WE COULD TRADE, NO PROBLEM. GREAT! THANKS, BEAR. I’LL HELP YOU WRAP YOURS,
AND YOU HELP ME WRAP MINE. OK. UH, WHY DON’T I DO THE TAPING
AND YOU DO THE CUTTING? GOOD IDEA. [ LAUGHING ] [ LAUGHING ] WEL , I’VE GOT TO GET GOING. @ WAIT. MINE WAS OVER
ON THAT S DE. UH-UH, I PUT MINE RIGHT HERE
BESIDE THE RIBBON. HMM, MAYBE YOU’RE RIGHT. I DON’T KNOW. @ MAYBE THIS ONE IS Y URS. I KNOW! LET’S UNWRAP ONE. THEN WE’LL KNOW FOR SURE. GOOD IDEA. U -OH. NO MORE TAPE. NOW WHAT? THIS ONE’S GOT TO BE MINE. I CAN FEEL THE HANDLE
ON THE PEELER. THEN THIS MUST BE MINE. I CAN’T WAIT TILL TOMORROW. ME NEITHER. THANKS, BEAR.. @ [ IMITATING TRUMPET FANFARE ] @ WELL, ISN’T THIS
A LOVELY SURPRISE. AND LOOK AT THESE DANDELIONS. HOW THOUGHTFUL. I LOVE DANDELIONS. THAT’S NOT [email protected] THERE’S MORE? THIS IS
FOR YOU TOO. WELL, THANK YOU, FRANKLIN. GOODNESS, I AM
BEING SPOILED TODAY. I WONDER WHAT IT COULD BE. YOU’LL NEVER GUESS
IN A HUNDRED YEARS. [ GASPING ] OH, FRANKLIN, THIS S BEAUTIFUL. BUT… BUT IT’S THE WRONG ONE. THE WRONG ONE? ISN’T THIS THE GIFT
YOU MADE YESTERDAY? YEAH, BUT I TRADED IT
FOR SOMETHING REALLY NICE. I’M SORRY, MOM —
IT WAS SUPPOSED TO BE A REAL GIFT FROM A STORE, LIKE
THE OTHERS GOT FOR THEIR MOMS. OH, FRANKLIN, I LOVE YOUR GIFT, ESPECIALLY ECAUSE
YOU MADE IT YOURSELF. YOU DO? IT DOESN’T MATTER
WHETHER YOU BUY A GIFT OR MAKE IT YOURSELF. SHOWING SOMEONE
THAT YOU THINK THEY’RE SPECIAL IS THE IMPORTANT THING. I THINK YOU’RE SPECIAL, MOM. AND I THINK YOU’RE SPECIAL TOO. FRANKLIN, IT’S ME. I GOT TO
TALK TO YOU. @ UH-OH. MOM, I HAVE TO TALK
TO BEAR FOR A MINUTE, OK? UH-HUH. FRANKLIN, WE’VE GOT THE
WRONG PRESENTS. SHHH. I KNOW. ISN’T IT GREAT? YOU MEAN YOU DON’T WANT
MY PEEL R ANY MORE? NAH, HANKS ANYWAY. @@@@@ MOM LOVES THE GIFT I MADE. WHEW, THAT’S GOOD, ‘CAUSE MY MOM
IS ALREADY US NG HER NEW PEELER. SHE THINKS IT’S [email protected]@@ @@ I GUESS WE DIDN’T HAVE
THE W ONG PRE ENTS AFTER aLL. YEAH. @ HAPPY MOT ER’S DAY, F ANKLIN. @@ @@@ [ NARRATOR ]: FRANKLIN COULD
COUNT BY TWOS AND TIE HIS SHOES. HE LIKED RIDING HIS BIKE AND
PLAYING GAMES WITH HIS FRIENDS. @@ BUT HOW LONG WOULD THAT LAST? @ FRANKLIN WANT D TO GROW UP FAST.
@ @@@ [ L UGHING ] AND THERE’S YOUR FATHER PRETENDING TO BE
A SEA MONSTER. HEY… @@ HOW COME I’M
NOT THERE TOO? THIS FILM WAS TAKEN
BEFORE YOU WERE BOR , A LONG TIME AGO. @@ OH, LOOK AT THA . @@@ T ERE I AM. THAT’S NOT YOU, FRANKLIN.
IT’S ME. IT IS? YOU USED TO BE SMALLER THAN ME? EVERYONE GROWS UP, FRANKLIN. FIRST YOUR LITT E.E.
THEN YOU GROW BIG. @ WHEN DID YOU ROW BIG, DAD? @@@ G E, I DON’T KNOW @@@@@@@@@@ IT SEEMS LIKE
IT HAPPENED OVERNIGHT. ONE MINUTE I WAS A KID,
AND THE NEXT, A GROWN-UP WITH A LOT OF RESPONSIBILITIES.
@ MAYBE THERE’S ANOTHER FILM
OF ME IN HERE BEFORE I GREW UP. @ [ YAW ING ] I WONDER IF IT HAPPENED YET. HMM, SAME OLD ME. @@ [ SIGHING ] I HAVEN’T GROWN AT ALL. OOPS, I DIDN’T ASH M &A E. @@@ [ GASPING ] I CAN REA#H! I CAN REACH THE TAP
WIT OUT MY BOOS ER STEP. I’VE NEVER DONE THAT BEFORE. DAD WAS RIGHT. @ I AM GROWING. I’M GOING TO BE J ST LIKE HIM
REALLY SOON. I’M GIVING MY BOOSTER [email protected] @@@@
TO BEAR’S LITTLE SISTER. I DON’T NEED IT ANY MORE. I CAN REACH THE TAPS
WITHOUT IT. REALLY? HMM, YOU’RE GROWING FASTER
THAN I THOUGHT. YOU SAID IT, DAD. @ I MUST SAY YOU LOOK @ VERY GROWN-UP
THIS MORNING, FRANKLIN. REALLY? @ THAT’S HOW
I FEEL, TOO. @[ BLOWING ] AHHH! NO JUICE THIS MORNING, FRANKLIN? I’M TOO B G FOR THIS CUP, MOM. I WANT A BIG CUP LIKE DAD’S. HERE OU GO, SIR. @ [ BLO ING ] @@@ AHHH. WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO
WITH YOUR TOOLS, DAD? THERE’S ALWAYS
SOMETHING AROUND THE HOUSE THAT
NEEDS DOING. THIS CHAIR HAS
A WOBBLY LEG I’VE BEEN
MEANING TO FIX. CAN I HELP? SURE. THAT’S THE TICKET. GOOD AS NEW. WE MAY HAVE TO START
CALLING YOU “MR. FIX-IT.” HI THERE, FRANKLIN. HEY, BEAR, NOTICE ANYTHING
DIFFERENT ABOUT ME? NO. YOU LOOK LIKE THE SAME OL
FRANKLIN TO ME. WRONG. I’M GROWING UP
FAST. @ TODAY I REACHED
THE TAPS AND RANK FROM A COFFEE CUP
AND USED TOOLS. GEE, ALL I DID
WAS BRUSH MY TEETH. ARE WE OIN TO PLAY
AT THE REE HOU E? I T INK I’M TOO BUSY. BUS ? BUSY DOING WHAT? I DON’T KNOW. STUFF. THAT SOUNDS REALLY FUN. COME ON,
FRANKLIN. [ SIGHING ] OK, BUT ONLY UNTIL
I’M ALL GROWN UP. MEET YOU OUT FRONT. [ GASPING ] DAD’S HAT! IT FITS. OH! WHOA. SLOW DOWN THERE, FRANKLIN. DAD, I WANT TO BE JUST LIKE YOU
WHEN I GROW UP. WHY, THANK YOU, FRANKLIN. THAT’ A REAL COM LIMENT.
@@ WHAT’S THE BEST THING ABOUT
BEING A GROWN-UP? @ WATCHING YOU GROW. AHH , ALTHO GH
I’D BETTER NOT TAKE MY EYES OFF YOU FOR TOO LONG. YOU’RE GROWING SO FAST. WHAT DID I TELL
YOU, BEAR? MAY I BORROW
YOUR HAT FOR A LITTLE
WHILE, DAD? SURE. DON’T FORGET WHERE
YOU GOT IT. I WON’T.
@ WHERE ARE YOU TWO BOYS OFF TO? THE TREE [email protected] YES, THAT’S WHAT I WA
GOING TO DO, @ NAIL DOWN THAT RICKETY
FLOOR BOARD. @ I’LL STOP BY LATER WITH
MY TOOL BOX AND FIX IT FOR YOU. HEY, @@@ WHAT ARE YOU LOOKING AT? THE SHORT CUT.
@ THE SHORT CUT? YEPF I THINK IT’S TIME.
@@ COME N,
L T’S TAKE @ GE,
@ GROWN-UPS HAVE LONG LEGS. THE CAN JU P
ACROSS THOSE ROCKS. THEN THAT’S THE
WAY I’M GOING. HOW ABOUT
YOU, BEAR? NO WAY. @@ UH…UH…UH… @@ [ GASPING ]@ I DID IT! @@@@@@@@@ WOO-HOO! WAY TO GO, FRANKLIN. WAI FOR ME
I’L BE THERE IN A S COND. GROWI G UP SURE IS [email protected]@@ I’LL EVER HAVE TO [email protected]
THE LONg WA AGAIN. HO, THERE,
MR. TUR [email protected] HUH? SAY, YOU WOULDN’T HAVE
A TIRE PATCH KIT, WOULD YOU? MY WHEELBARROW– HELLO, MR. MOLE. FRANKLIN? HA, IT IS YOU UNDER THERE. WHE DID YOU GET SO GROWN UP? IT HAPPENED [email protected] HEH, HEH, [email protected]@
BE ON MY WAY. GOOD DAY, BEAR,@
MR. [email protected] “MR. TURTLE”[email protected] @@@ YOU’RE FRANKLIN. NOT FOR LONG,@
BEBEAR. COME ON. LET’S GO TO T E TREE HOUSE. WAIT UP. [ LAUGHING @@@@@ R ADY, BEAR? READY. FIVE, FOUR, THREE, TWO, ONE. BLAST-OFF! @@ GOOD CATCH. LET ME TRY. HELLO, BOYS. SORRY TO SPOIL YOUR FUN,
BUT I’M AFRAID THAT BOARD AS TO BE FI ED
BEFORE IT GETS ANY WO SE. THAT’S OK, DAD.
@@@@ [ LAUGHING ] @@ I USED TO BE ABLE TO DO
THAT TOO, WITH MY BASEBALL CAP. [ GROANING ] I DON’T THINK I COULD FIT
THROUGH HERE @ EVEN IF I TOOK MY SHELL OFF. I THINK YOU’LL
HAVE TO DO THE JOB, MR. FIX-IT. NO PROBLEM, DAD. THIS WILL DO THE TRICK. AND D N’T FORGET YOU SAFETY GLASSES. @@@ STAND CLEAR, BEAR. @ YOU’RE OFF TO A GOOD START. @@ BRAVO. COULDN’T HAVE DONE IT
BETTERY MYSELF. MAYBE YOU [email protected]
YOUR OWN OOL BOX. REALL ? @ I THINK YOU’R% BIg EN/UGH
@@ @ I A …JUST @ @@
LIKE YOU, DAD. W%LL, I’L LE YO BO [email protected]@@@@
G T B CK O Y UR LAYING. I’VE GOT A PILE
OF LAUNDRY TO WASH AND A GARDEN THAT NEEDS HOEING. I’M GLAD I DON’T
HAVE TO DO THAT. HEH, HEH, SOMEDAY YOU WILL. DID YOU HEAR THAT, BEAR? MY OWN TOOL BOX. YEAH, IT’S TRUE. YOU ARE
GROWING UP. LIKE I’VE BEEN
TELLING YOU ALL ALONG. GEE, WHO AM
I GOING TO PLAY WITH? ME, SILLY. NOT FOR LONG.
YOU’RE GROWING UP FAST. SOON YOU’LL BE TOO BUSY TO PL Y. HUH? YOU’LL HAVE TO HOE THE LAUNDRY
AND WASH THE GARDEN. I WILL? YOU WON’T HAVE TIME TO MAKE UP
NEW GAMES OR DO ANYTHING FUN. I WON’T? FACE IT, FRANKLIN. YOU WON’T EVEN BE ABLE TO FIT
THROUGH THE TREE HOUSE DOOR. OH, NO! I’LL BE JUST LIKE DAD. I’M NOT READY TO GROW [email protected] I LOVE LAY NG
IN THE TREE HOUSE, AND FLYING KITES
AND P AYING PIRATES. @ I HAVEN’T F NISHED CHOOL YET. HELP ME, BEAR. I GOT TO STOP
GROWING UP FAST. DON’T WORRY, FRANKLIN. I KNOW A SURE-FIRE
WAY NOT TO GROW UP. MOM IS ALWAYS TELLING ME
YOU’LL NEVER GROW UP BIG AND STRONG IF YOU
DON’T EAT YOUR VEGETABLES. THAT’S IT! MAYBE IT’S NOT TOO LATE. FINISH YOUR DINNER, DEAR. YOU’VE ONLY EATEN THE BERRIES. YOU HAVEN’T TOUCHED
YOUR VEGETABLES. YOU WANT TO GROW UP TO BE BIG
AND STRONG, DON’T YOU? NO, I DO NOT. FRANKLIN, WHAT’S THE MATTER? I’M NOT READY
TO GROW UP SO FAST. I’M NOT FINISHED BEING A KID. FRANKLIN, IT DOESN’T HAPPEN LIKE THAT. YOU RE GROW NG, YES, @ B T I ‘S
O LY A TINY AMOUNT
EVERY DAY. HONEST? YOU TAKE ALL THE TIME YOU NEED. IT’S GOING TO BE A LONG WHILE
BEFORE YOU’RE FULLY GROWN, AND WE’LL BE HERE TO HELP YOU
EVERY STEP OF THE WAY. WE PROMISE. GOO , ‘ AUSE LOVE VEGETABLES.
@ YOU KNOW IT’S SO NICE OUT,
WHAT DO YOU SAY WE GO KITE FLYING AFTER DINNER? OH, I LIKE THE SOUND OF THAT. YOU STILL LIKE
FLYING KITES? SURE WE DO. I’VE LOVED FLYING KITES
EVER SINCE I WAS… WELL, SINCE I WAS YOUR AGE. @ N MATTER HOW BIG YOU GET,
FRANKLIN, THERE ARE SOME THINGS YOU NEVER OUTGROW. CAPTIONS PERFORMED BY
THE NATIONAL CAPTIONING CENTRE

22 thoughts on “Franklin – Franklin’s Gift / Franklin Growing Up Fast – Ep. 15

  1. I kind of lost the feeling of wanting to grow up fast since i'm an adult now. Sometimes i even wish i could go back to being a little kid again.

  2. Why bother putting a pen in a drawer if it doesn't write or never did write? Wouldn't it be better to throw it in the trash?

  3. So i looked it up on Google and Turtles can't come out their shell. its part of their Skeleton!!! this is ridiculous making kids believe lies about Turtles, its misinformation and really bad education!!! if he'd really come out of his shell he would be dead!!

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