Pocoyo is dismayed that he can't dance like Pato the yellow duck. Nor can he dance like Elly the pink elephant. The narrator suggests that Pocoyo dance like Pocoyo.


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Episode complete credited cast:
Narrator (voice)
Alex Marty ...
Pocoyo (voice)


Pocoyo, the little boy who dresses all in blue, and Pato the yellow duck discover a radio. At first they don't know what it is. And Pato is frightened of it. But Pocoyo fearlessly presses a button and out comes music. He presses another button and out comes talking. The narrator asks the audience of children if they know what this wonderful device is. "A radio!" they exclaim. Pato pushes a button and gets a different kind of music. The yellow duck dances to it in an impressively robot-like way. Elly stops by, changes the music, and dances like a ballerina. But Pocoyo can't dance like Pato. And he can't dance like Elly. But there's one person you can dance like, suggests the narrator. You can dance like Pocoyo! Written by J. Spurlin

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Animation | Family



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2005 (Spain)  »

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[first lines]
Narrator: Hello, Pocoyo. Hello, Pato.
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