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[Ratty and Moley are both lost in the woods when Mole trips over a boot-scraper, then Ratty finds a doormat]
Well? Doesn't that tell you something?
[Walking away grumpily]
Doormats tell one nothing. Doormats know their place.
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This version of "The Wind in the Willows" is the best one I have ever seen. It is very faithful to the book: The narrator is reading the book along, and the characters speak almost their exact lines from the book. Vannesa Redgrave as the Narrator is just lovely. Her voice is soothing and perfect to this story. If you are looking for a faithful adaptation of one of the most beautiful books ever written, check this version out. 10/10
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