Tristan comes up with a perfect way to look busy whenever Siegfried appears. Siegfried wants James and Helen to have a flat at the top of the house instead of their cramped room. The vets ... See full summary »

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Joe Mulligan
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Mr. Bond
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Little Girl
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Little Boy
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Tristan comes up with a perfect way to look busy whenever Siegfried appears. Siegfried wants James and Helen to have a flat at the top of the house instead of their cramped room. The vets can't manage to give an injection to Boris, a puma masquerading as a domestic cat. Written by mama.sylvia

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When Siegfried tries to open the window in the upper room that he intends for James and Helen, he refers to "Magic casements opening on to the foam". He is quoting John Keats' poem Ode to a Nightingale. See more »

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Siegfried Farnon: [singing] Oh, what are you having for dinner, Mrs. Bond? There's a goose in the larder and ducks in the pond...
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