Mole digs out of his burrow with a spade. Tired, he naps. A leaking garden hose soaks him. Mole sets about fixing the leak in a variety of ways. Eventually the leak floods a nearby hole, ... See full summary »

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Mole digs out of his burrow with a spade. Tired, he naps. A leaking garden hose soaks him. Mole sets about fixing the leak in a variety of ways. Eventually the leak floods a nearby hole, bringing out a mouse. Nearby, the flowers are wilting for lack of water. Together, Mole and the mouse set about solving the problem. Eventually, the hose altogether ruptures. Mole digs an irrigation ditch from the leak to the vicinity of the flower bed. Mouse places the leaking hose into the ditch. The flowers are restored to health, and Mole and the mouse celebrate. Written by veloc <velo_00@yahoo.com>

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Follows Little Mole: Krtek a raketa (1966) See more »

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Cute cartoon of my childhood
18 July 2003 | by (Prague, CZ) – See all my reviews

I was raised in Miller´s stories of the Mole. I´ve seen all of them thousand of times and I could over and over again. Miller´s fantastic animations and motives made me stop breathing, quite watching and live the story with the Mole...

In my opinion the best cartoon ever.Highly recommend to watch.


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