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Feeding the ducks
Sarah, Fraser and the Ducks

Number

54

Air Date

10 July 1997

Director

David G Hillier

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A voice trumpet rises and makes duck sounds which Laa Laa finds it very funny. The Magic Windmill spins and the Teletubbies watch Sarah and Fraser feeding the ducks. Po learns a new trick. When she makes some Tubby Toast, she catches it in her hands. Po makes more Tubby Toast but it bounces around the house and Noo-Noo tidies it up. Po chases the Noo-Noo around the house before the Magic Windmill spins. The Teletubbies watch the Three Ships, then they do the Tip-Toe Dance before Tubby Bye-Bye

Featuring: Fraser Hopkin, Sarah Wichall and Denise Moir

Trivia

  • The Sarah and Fraser feeding the Ducks video was featured in the Playstation/PC game Play with the Teletubbies.
  • The voice trumpet quacking segment is re-used footage from Numbers - 1 (Version 1). This segment was also featured in the VHS Animals Big and Small. Instead, in the Numbers - 1 version, there is a nursery rhyme called, 'Twiddle Dum, Twaddle Dum, Twenty-one' replacing the quacking noise. When Laa Laa kicked her legs while laughing in the quacking segment, her jingling noises can be heard. But in the nursery rhyme version, her jingling noises were not heard and her voice lines were redone over the original quacks.
  • Dipsy was the boo shouter.
  • Tinky Winky was the missing teletubby

Goofs

The inside of Laa Laa's head was visible when she got up from falling over and laughing.

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