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♪ Max and Ruby ♪

♪ Ruby and Max ♪

♪ Max and Ruby ♪

♪ Ruby and Max. ♪

( train whistle blowing )

            MAN:

Max and Ruby.

                      WOMAN:

           Ruby and her

little brother Max.

CHILDREN:

Max and Ruby.

( giggling )

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•Max & Ruby: Max’s Christmas (12/19/2003) [Closed Captioned][]

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Written By: Patrick Granleese

Directed By: Jamie Whitney

Max, guess what.

Based on the Books By:

Rosemary Wells

What?

It’s Christmas Eve,

and you know who’s coming,

don’t you?

Who?

Santa Claus is coming,

that’s who.

When?

Tonight, Max.

He’s coming tonight.

Where?

Right here, Max.

Santa is coming right here

to our house.

Why?

Because.

( Ruby sighs )

MAX:

Why?

You know why, Max.

Santa comes every year

at Christmastime

to bring us presents.

When?

When we’re asleep.

Santa comes at night,

when we’re in bed.

That’s why we leave him a snack,

           to say thank you.

Did you know Santa likes

chocolate milk, Max?

Most people put out

the regular kind,

but I think Santa likes

chocolate better.

He’s magic, you know?

Who?

Santa Claus.

How?

He comes right down the chimney,

           into the living room.

When?

Santa’s not coming yet, Max.

Why?

Because, because, because, Max.

Why?

He has lots of other houses

                      to visit first.

Let’s hang up

our Christmas stockings.

Where’s your stocking, Max?

( laughs )

Max.

They go right here

on the fireplace,

where Santa is sure

to find them.

Why?

Because Santa’s very busy.

He has to come a long way

           to bring us presents.

His reindeer pull his sleigh

all the way from the North Pole.

Where?

Through the sky.

They land on the roof

and never fall off.

Spit, Max.

When?

That’s enough questions, Max.

You have to go to sleep fast

before Santa Claus comes.

Why?

Nobody ever sees

Santa Claus.

Why?

Because.

( clock ticking )

( clock ticking )

( voice echoing ):

                      When?

( glass breaking )

( glass breaking )

Santa?

Santa?

Santa!

TOY BEAR:

           Hello.

Max, I heard Santa.

He came while we were…

sleeping?

sleeping?

Oh, no!

You’ll spoil Christmas, Max.

How?

I told you Santa only

comes when you’re sleeping.

There’s still time.

Bed, Max.

Why?

Because.

When?

( clock ticking )

( clock ticking )

Who?

Don’t look, Max.

Why?

Nobody is supposed to see me.

Why?

Because everyone

is supposed to be in bed.

Nobody ever

sees Santa Claus.

What’s this?

Chocolate milk!

Ho, ho, ho, ho, ho!

My favorite.

( gulping )

( gulping )

Ah…

Guess what, Max.

What?

It’s time for me

to go away

and for you to go to sleep.

Why?

Because.

( laughs loudly )

Ho, ho, ho, ho, ho.

( laughter echoing )

( laughter echoing )

Merry Christmas.

Merry Christmas.

Merry Christmas, Max.

Let’s go downstairs and see

                      if Santa’s…

Oh, no.

( snoring )

( snoring )

( snoring )

What happened, Max?

When did you get up?

Where did you get

that hat?

Who ate Santa’s snack?

Why is your blanket

so lumpy and bulgy?

Because.

( sighs )

•Max & Ruby: Ruby’s Snow Queen (12/19/2003) [Closed Captioned][]

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           This is going to

look so beautiful.

Are you ready to come out

and make our snow queen, Max?

Yeow!

Yeow!

Gorilla.

    Written By: Kate Barris

Directed By: Jamie Whitney

I know you love

the screaming,

green alien gorilla

Based on the Books By:

Rosemary Wells

you got for

Christmas, Max,

but Grandma’s coming over

to see our snow queen.

So we have to go out

and build her

right now.

The snow is just right

for making a snow queen.

If it gets colder,

the snow won’t

stick together.

A little warmer,

and the snow will melt.

There. Now I’ll just get

your mittens.

           We’re going to build

the most beautiful snow queen

Grandma’s ever seen.

Won’t that be fun?

TOY GORILLA:

Yeow!

Yeow!

All right.

Now you’re all ready

for the snow.

Come on, Max.

Making a snow queen is just

like making a snow man

except for the

finishing touches.

I’ll show you, Max.

You start with

a little snowball like this.

Then you roll it

along in the snow.

When it’s good packing snow,

                      like this,

the snow sticks to the snowball

           and makes it bigger.

See how much bigger it is, Max?

TOY GORILLA:

Yeow!

Yeow!

Max, you can play

with your screaming,

green alien gorilla later.

Right now I need you

to help me

build my snow queen.

Please?

This is going to be

the bottom part

of the snow queen.

It’s going to be

the biggest.

So, we’ll need

a lot of muscle

to push it.

Ready?

See how big it gets

if we both work together?

Let’s keep it going

and make it even bigger.

( grunts )

( grunts )

( grunts )

( grunts )

( grunts )

Let’s stop right here.

Whew!

Now you see why

I needed your help.

Let’s start the second one.

Ready, Max?

Yeow!

Yeow!

Yeow!

Max,

it isn’t a snow queen yet.

There’s a lot more to do.

Come on.

Here, Max,

you start this one.

Just roll it

in the snow

like we did before.

Good.

Now keep on rolling it.

Here, I’ll help you now.

Let’s roll it over this way,

where there’s more snow.

Isn’t this fun, Max?

           I think this is

big enough now, Max.

           Let’s lift it

onto the bottom one.

( grunts )

( grunts )

There.

Gorilla.

Not yet, Max.

We have one more

snowball to do.

It’s going

to be her head.

This one can be

smaller than the

second one.

That looks just right.

                       Help me lift it

to the top of our snow queen.

All right, Max?

( grunts )

( grunts )

Now we have to make her

a true snow queen.

It’s the finishing touches

that make all the difference.

There.

Our snow queen

has beautiful,

sparkly eyes,

and a long, royal nose,

ruby red lips

and a royal chain necklace.

                                  And now,

the final finishing touch:

her diamond tiara.

There.

Isn’t she beautiful, Max?

Gorilla?

All right, Max.

You can go play

with your screaming,

green alien gorilla now.

I’m going to wait here

by the snow queen.

I want Grandma

to see her just like this.

Gorilla!

I said you could play

with your gorilla, Max.

Where is it?

It couldn’t just

get up and walk away.

What couldn’t walk away?

Grandma!

Do you like

our snow queen?

Oh, yes.

She’s beautiful.

Do you like

her diamond tiara?

Oh, yes.

It’s so royal.

And do you like

her sparkly eyes

and long, royal nose

and ruby red lips?

It’s truly the

face of a queen.

Oh, she’s

perfectly beautiful.

You wouldn’t

change a thing?

Yeow!

Yeow!

( chuckling )

Yeow!

Not a thing.

( giggling )

•Max & Ruby: Max’s Rocket Run (12/19/2003) [Closed Captioned][]

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Directed By: Jamie Whitney

Based on the Books By:

Rosemary Wells

Faster!

Slow down, Max.

Don’t get too far ahead.

Don’t get too far ahead.

Faster!

He got a new

Speed Demon sled

for Christmas,

and he can’t wait

to try it out.

And I can’t wait

to go down Rocket Run.

Do you think we’re really ready

to go down

the big hill?

Of course.

Some of the other

Bunny Scouts have done it.

Then we will, too.

Faster!

We’re coming, Max.

( bunnies screaming )

( gasps )

There it is,

Rocket Run!

BUNNIES:

Whee-hee!

It’s going

to be so much fun.

Yeah, faster, faster, faster!

Oh, no, Max.

That’s Rocket Run.

You’re not going

down that hill.

Only big bunnies like us

go down Rocket Run.

Big bunnies

with big toboggans like ours.

                       BIG BUNNY:

Whoo-hoo! It was so much fun.

Yay! Whoo-hoo.

Come on.

I’ll show you where

little bunnies go.

You’ll love it.

This is bunny hill, Max.

This is the hill

you’re going to go down.

Won’t it be fun, Max?

Where are you going?

Whee!

Faster!

Oh no, Max, not down Rocket Run.

Just give the bunny hill a try,

                                  Max.

Here, I’ll go down

with you the first time.

You get in first,

and I’ll give you a push.

Ready?

One, two, three,

go!

Whee!

Faster.

I think my weight

slowed us down.

Next time,

you’ll go by yourself.

That should help

you go faster.

Come on. Let’s go back up

to the top of the hill.

Can we go down Rocket Run now?

I’m ready if you’re ready.

I’m ready

if you’re ready.

Whoo!                   Whoo!

Do you want to go

in front or behind?

I don’t know.

Uh, the one in front gets

the face full of snow.

I know. So…

                       BOTH:

I’ll go in front!

( both laughing )

( both gasp )

Faster!

No, Max.

You can only go down

           the bunny hill.

                      But this time,

you can go down on your own,

and I’ll give you a big push

           so you’ll go faster.

Faster.

Ready?

One, two, three, go.

Whee!

That was a lot

faster, Max.

Yes, it

definitely

was.

Now it’s our turn.

Are you ready, Louise?

Ready, Ruby.

( both laughing )

( both laughing )

Wow, have you ever

gone down a hill

that fast?

No wonder they call

it Rocket Run.

( gulps )

( gulps )

Well, still

want to go?

Sure… if you do.

MAX:

Faster!

           I know. We’ll

both push you this time,

and you’ll go

really fast.

Won’t we, Louise?

Sure.

RUBY AND LOUISE:

Ready?

One, two, three, go!

RUBY:

All right, Max?

That was the

fastest yet.

( both laughing )

Maybe we should watch

the other bunnies

go down Rocket Run

before we go.

Good idea, Ruby.

All good Bunny Scouts

look before they leap.

Whee!

Whee!

Whee!

Whee!

Whee!

Whee!

Whee!

Whee!

Whee!

I don’t think

we should try

going down

with no hands.

Right.

And we should try not

to hit any bumps.

Right.

We can do it.

Of course we can.

                      BOTH:

We’re Bunny Scouts!

Whoo-hoo-hoo!

Hee-hee!

                                  BOTH:

Bunny Scouts are brave and true.

When a job must be done,

           what do we do?

Hop to it.

Hop to it.

Hop to it.

( laughing )

( laughing )

All right,

I’ll go in the front.

As long as you promise

not to cover your eyes.

I won’t.

Where’s the

toboggan?

Where’s Max?

His sled is here,

but Max isn’t.

Oh, no.

He wouldn’t.

Max?

Faster!

Yeah!

Ruby, what are

you doing?

I have to get Max.

Hold on. I’m coming, too.

Whoa-oa-oa!

Whoa!

Whoa, hoo-hoo!

Faster!

Whee!

Oh, oh.

Whoa!

Whoa!

Whoa!

Whoa!

Max?

Are you all right?

Faster.

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♪ Ruby and Max ♪

♪ Max and Ruby ♪

♪ Ruby and Max ♪

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                      WOMAN:

           Ruby and her

little brother Max.

CHILDREN:

Max and Ruby!

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•Max & Ruby: Ruby’s Figure Eight (9/5/2003) [Closed Captioned][]

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Come on, Max.

We’re almost

at the skating rink.

Written By: John Slama

Directed By: Steven Boeckler

( laughter )

Based on the Books By:

Rosemary Wells

( laughter )

( laughter )

( laughter )

( laughter )

Hockey.

You can’t play

hockey yet, Max.

First you have to

learn how to skate.

Louise and I are

going to practice

our figure skating,

and you’re going

to practice

not falling down.

It’s Max’s first

time on skates.

Ruby, look at her.

A figure eight.

Louise, that’s what we’re

going to practice today.

Right, Ruby.

Hockey.

( boys laughing )

( crowd cheering )

( crowd cheering )

( crowd cheering )

Roger scores!                   Roger scores!

Hockey.

Wait, Max.

You can’t play

hockey, yet.

You have to learn

           to skate first,

and the only way

to learn is

            to practice,

practice, practice.

Uh-huh.

You see, Max?

You can’t shake

without your skates.

How’s that?

Tight enough?

Don’t forget

your helmet.

Hockey.

No, Max. Let’s

try skating first.

Whoa.

( grunts )

( grunts )

I think he

needs some lessons.

Don’t worry, Max.

           I’ve got something

to help you learn to skate.

This is how I learned.

You just hold

on to the chair

and push yourself forward.

Try skating to

the other side

of the rink and back.

That’s a good

way to start.

( boys laughing )

( boys laughing )

( boys laughing )

Whoa!

Yeah!

Here goes.

My first try

at a figure eight.

Good try, Louise.

I can turn to the left

but not to the right.

Well, you’re

halfway there.

Let me try.

I’m the opposite of you.

I can turn right

but not left.

So we can

each do half.

Together, we can

make a figure eight.

But separately we’re

just two big zeros.

( both laughing )

( both laughing )

( both laughing )

Let’s try it again.

You go first this time.

Oh, no.

Max!

Come on, Max.

You can’t play

hockey yet.

The other boys are

bigger and faster,

and they might

bump into you.

( boys laughing )

( boys laughing )

( boys laughing )

( boys laughing )

( boys laughing )

Whoo!

Whoo!

See what I mean?

You practice skating here,

           Max, away from the game.

Louise and I are going to

practice our figure eights.

I almost did

a figure eight.

Watch.

See. You just have

to get a good start

and know when

to turn the other way.

You try it, Ruby.

Okay. Here goes.

( gasps )

( gasps )

Freeze, Max.

( boys laughing )

( boys laughing )

( boys laughing )

( boys laughing )

( boys laughing )

Did you see

that, Max?

Those boys could have

knocked you down.

Hockey.

If you really want

to play hockey,

you have to learn

to skate first.

Right, Roger?

Uh-huh.

See, Max?

You have to keep

practicing,

just like Louise

and I are doing.

There, Max.

You start kicking

all the way back.

That should give

me enough time

to practice a couple

of figure eights.

Hi, Max!

Come on, hon!

Okay, Ruby, let’s see

a whole figure eight.

This time I’ll

do it for sure.

Max!

Don’t worry, Max.

I’ll get you.

Uh-oh.

( boys laughing )

( boys laughing )

Whoa.

( gasps )

( laughter )

( laughter )

( laughter )

( gasps )

( gasps )

( gasps )

( gasps )

Whoa-oa-oa!

Here I come, Max.

( panting )

Are you all right, Max?

Nice figure eight.

Ruby, you did it!

You made a perfect

figure eight!

figure eight!

figure eight!

I did?

Did I really make

           a figure eight?

Uh-huh.

Max scores!

Max scores!

Max scores!

Hockey.

•Max & Ruby: Ruby’s Surprise Party (9/5/2003) [Closed Captioned][]

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This is going to be

           so exciting.

I can’t wait to see

Louise’s face when

we shout “surprise.”

Written By: Briane Nasimok

Directed By: Steven Boeckler

Louise’s face when

we shout “surprise.”

Written By: Briane Nasimok

Directed By: Steven Boeckler

Now?

Written By: Briane Nasimok

Directed By: Steven Boeckler

No, Max, not now.

When she walks

into the diner

Based on the Books By:

Rosemary Wells

and sees all of

her friends there

for a surprise

birthday party.

Now!

Now!

No, Max, not yet.

Come on.

We can’t be late.

This will be the best

surprise birthday

party ever.

( doorbell jingling )

( doorbell jingling )

Ta-dah!

Ta-dah!

This is the cake Grandma and I

made for Louise’s

surprise party.

I don’t want anyone to touch it

until she gets here.

It’s Grandma’s special recipe

for chocolate cake

with raspberry fluff icing.

It was my idea to add

the butter-cream roses.

the butter-cream roses.

Now?

No, Max, not yet.

We have to get everything

ready for the party

and wait until Louise gets here.

Then we can have the cake.

Hi, Ruby. Hi, Max.

Hi, Katie.

Everything in the kitchen

           is all set for

the surprise party.

Great. Thanks, Katie.

I’ll just go finish making

the fruit punch, okay, hon?

Okay.

Let’s see if I remembered

                      everything.

There are place cards

and streamers and this.

and streamers and this.

This will look beautiful hanging

           from the ceiling,

don’t you think, Max?

Max.

Max.

Now?

No, Max, not now.

You have to wait until

Louise gets here.

I told Louise to meet me here

           for an emergency

Bunny Scout meeting.

But, really, we’re having a

surprise party for her birthday.

           All the guests

are coming early,

so we’ll be able to surprise

Louise when she walks in.

Then we’ll have the cake.

Do you understand, Max?

Good.

Now, why don’t you help me

           put up the decorations.

Here, you take this end

of the streamer

and go to the other side

of the room.

Okay, Max.

           I’ll tape this end

of the streamer on this wall,

and then I’ll tape yours

up on the other wall.

Ready, Max?

Max?

Max, the streamer is supposed

to go in a straight line,

not all over the diner.

Now?

No, Max, not now.

Come on down, Max.

I’ll ask Bunny Scout Leader

to help with the decorations.

I’ll ask Bunny Scout Leader

to help with the decorations.

Let’s find something else

for you to do.

I’ve got it.

Max, you can be

our lookout.

Come on.

( doorbell jingling )

You stay here

and watch for Louise.

When you see her coming,

run in and tell us.

That’ll give us time to hide

           so we can surprise her.

And then we can have the cake.

Okay, Max?

That’s it, Max.

( doorbell jingling )

( doorbell jingling )

( gasps )

( gasps )

( gasps )

( gasps )

( doorbell jingling )

( doorbell jingling )

( doorbell jingling )

( doorbell jingling )

( doorbell jingling )

( doorbell jingling )

These sandwiches

These sandwiches

look yummy, Katie.

Now!

Now!

Louise is here now?

But… but she’s early.

The guests aren’t here yet.

We’ve got to hide, hon,

or it won’t be a surprise.

You’re right, Katie.

Hide, Max!

Surprise!

Surprise!

( doorbell jingling )

( doorbell jingling )

( doorbell jingling )

( doorbell jingling )

Oh, Bunny Scout Leader,

           it’s you.

( laughs )

( laughs )

Yes, Ruby,

and I was surprised,

but I thought the party

was for Louise.

It is.

I asked Max

to let us know

when Louise was

coming, not you.

I thought I saw Max

outside the door.

Where did he go?

I think I know.

Now?

No, Max, not now.

Remember, Max, only

come in and tell us

when you see

Louise coming.

All right?

Now!

Now?

Quick, we have to hide.

( doorbell jingling )

( doorbell jingling )

ALL THREE:

Surprise!

( laughs )

( laughs )

( laughs )

( laughs )

I think you’re early.

Louise isn’t here yet.

Max?

I’m going to explain it

to you one more time.

We’re all ready

for Louise,

and we want this to be

a big surprise for her.

All right?

So, when you see Louise,

what are you going to say?

Now.

Now.

That’s right, Max.

That’s what you’re

going to say

That’s what you’re

going to say

when you see Louise,

but only Louise.

Nobody else.

Do you understand what

you’re going to do?

Now!

Now!

You’ve got it, Max.

           But don’t say it

until you see Louise.

All right?

Now! Now!

No, Max, not until…

           ALL:

Surprise!

( laughter )

( laughter )

Happy birthday!

                                          Happy birthday!

( laughing )

( laughing )

Thanks, everyone.

I was really surprised.

( laughing )

And so were you, Ruby.

And so were you, Ruby.

I sure was,

thanks to Max.

I sure was,

thanks to Max.

Max?

Max?

Now?

( chuckles )

Yes, Max, now.

•Max & Ruby: Ruby’s Tent (9/5/2003) [Closed Captioned][]

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( train whistle blowing )

( train whistle blowing )

MAN ( over radio ):

Faster and faster

went the runaway train.

There was only one hero

who could catch it

before it crashed.

Super Bunny!

( train whistle blowing )

I brought the tent, Ruby.

Written By: Kate Barris

Directed By: Steven Boeckler

Now we can practice

putting it up,

Based on the Books By:

Rosemary Wells

so we can get our

Bunny Scout camping badge.

Based on the Books By:

Rosemary Wells

Thanks. Valerie.

I’ll help you take it

into the yard.

Super Bunny!

Look out!

Whoa!

Whoa!

Whoa!

Whoa!

Whoa!

Whoa!

Phew!                     Phew!

Phew!                     Phew!

Max?

Max?

( train whistle blowing )

( train whistle blowing )

( train whistle blowing )

( train whistle blowing )

( train whistle blowing )

( train whistle blowing )

What are you doing?

Super Bunny!

Super Bunny!

Super Bunny!

( sighs )

( sighs )

( sighs )

( sighs )

You can listen to Super Bunny

on the radio inside, Max.

on the radio inside, Max.

( turning off radio )

( turning off radio )

( turning off radio )

Valerie and I have

to concentrate

on putting this tent up.

on putting this tent up.

on putting this tent up.

It isn’t easy, you know.

There are instructions

           and everything.

There are instructions

           and everything.

Super Bunny!

Thanks, Super Max.

Thanks, Super Max.

Thanks, Super Max.

                      MAN:

A terrible monster was

           on the loose.

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

Every bunny in town

           was in danger.

Every bunny in town

           was in danger.

Every bunny in town

           was in danger.

This was definitely a job

                      for Super Bunny.

Okay, now we’re ready

to put the tent together.

Right, Bunny Scout Valerie?

Right, Bunny Scout Ruby.

All we need is

the instructions.

Right.

Where are the instructions?

I don’t know.

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

Super Bunny!

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

Max, you can’t play

Super Bunny here.

We’re trying to put

this tent up.

It isn’t easy, and we have

to find the instructions.

I found them.

Great.

Great.

Great.

Great.

Max, we’re going

to start

Max, we’re going

to start

putting up

the tent now.

                      RUBY:

So you really need

to play somewhere else.

Okay, Max?

Okay, Max?

Super Bunny!

All right,

let’s get started.

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

Red alert! Red alert!

           Danger! Danger!

Red alert!

Red alert!

Red alert!

Red alert!

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

Red alert! Red alert!

Danger! Danger!

Danger! Danger!

Super Bunny!

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

( whirring )

( whirring )

( whirring )

( whirring )

( whirring )

( whirring )

( whirring )

( whirring )

( whirring )

( whirring )

( whirring )

( whirring stops )

( whirring stops )

( whirring stops )

Red alert! Red alert!

Danger! Danger!

Danger! Danger!

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

Super Bunny!

Super Bunny!

Super Bunny!

                                  RUBY:

Now we have to stick the poles

           through the holes

in the top of the tent.

in the top of the tent.

in the top of the tent.

in the top of the tent.

in the top of the tent.

                       VALERIE:

It sure is hard to find

the holes under there.

We have to keep trying.

A Bunny Scout

never gives up.

Bunny Scout Leader is

going to be so proud of us

once she sees how well

we put the tent up.

Right, Bunny Scout Ruby?

Right, Bunny Scout Valerie.

Right, Bunny Scout Valerie.

( grunts )

( grunts )

( grunts )

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

                       RUBY:

Oh no, here comes

Max’s lobster again.

                       VALERIE:

What’s that other sound?

( whirring )

( whirring )

( whirring )

           Red alert! Red alert!

Danger! Danger! Red alert!

RUBY:

Max!

RUBY:

Max!

Red alert! Danger! Danger!

Red alert! Danger! Danger!

Red alert! Danger! Danger!

Red alert! Danger! Dang…

Red alert! Danger! Dang…

Red alert! Danger! Dang…

( grunting )

( grunting )

( grunting )

( grunting )

                                   VALERIE:

            Look, Ruby, I found

the hole for my tent hole.

Great.

Now let’s try

to find mine.

( grunts, then gasps )

I found mine, too.

I found mine, too.

( whirring )

( whirring )

Red alert! Red alert!

Danger! Danger!

( whirring, buzzing )

( whirring, buzzing )

Red alert! Red alert!

           Danger! Danger!

( whirring, buzzing )

Red alert! Red alert!

           Danger! Danger!

Red alert! Red alert!

           Danger! Danger!

Red alert! Red alert!

           Danger! Danger!

                    ( buzzing )

( whirring )

Red alert!

Red alert!

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

Super Bunny!

Super Bunny!

Super Bunny!

Super Bunny!

There, that’s the last

tent peg on my side.

There, that’s the last

tent peg on my side.

How are you doing,

Bunny Scout Valerie?

I’m nearly done,

Bunny Scout Ruby.

( hammering )

Let’s look at our beautiful

           Bunny Scout tent.

Hmm. That isn’t how it looks

in the instructions.

Hmm. That isn’t how it looks

in the instructions.

Did we miss a step

that said

Did we miss a step

that said

we were supposed

to blow it up?

No. We followed

all the steps.

We put the poles

on the inside

and attached the lines

to the pegs on the outside.

( gasps )

What about this line here?

Hmm.

Hmm.

We did miss a step.

It says here: “Pull

the line at the back,

“away from the tent,

“until it’s very tight.

Use the mallet to pound

the peg into the ground.”

All right,

let’s do it!

One, two, three, pull.

( both grunting )

( both grunting )

( both grunting )

( both grunting )

( both grunting )

( both grunting )

( sighing )

( sighing )

( sighing )

( sighing )

This is harder

than I thought.

Oh, no!

Max, don’t come this way!

We’ve worked so hard

to pull this tent up.

Danger! Danger!

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

( buzzing )

Valerie, you did it!

Valerie, you did it!

Our tent is up.

I didn’t do it

by myself.

I had help from…

Super Bunny!

Max & Ruby Website Promo[]

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Max’s Christmas/Ruby’s Snow Queen/Max’s Rocket Run/Ruby’s Figure Eight/Ruby’s Surprise Party/Ruby’s Tent End Credits[]

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A Nelvana Limited Production

EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS

Michael Hirsh (Belgian-Canadian film producer)

Scott Dyer (Executive producer)

EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS

Diana Manson

Tina Peel

SUPERVISING PRODUCERS

Jocelyn Hamilton

Patricia R. Burns

Marianne Culbert

Cynthia Taylor

PRODUCERS

Alice Bell

Tracy Leach

STORY EDITORS

Kate Barris

Patrick Granleese

EDUCATIONAL CONSULTANT

Dr. Rita Weisskoff

Featuring

Samantha Morton

As

Ruby

FEATURING THE VOICES OF:

Max Bunny (character)             Billy Rosemberg

Santa Claus                              Rodger Bumpass

Screaming Green Alien Gorilla Dee Bradley Baker

Grandma                                   Kay Hawtrey

Louise                                       Julie Lemieux

Rocket Run                               Tom Kenny

Roger Piazza (cameo)              Kenan Thompson

ASSISTANT DIRECTORS

Steve Boekler

Ron Wilson

CASTING

Debra Toffan

Karen Goora

TORONTO VOICE DIRECTION BY

Debra Toffan

LONDON VOICE DIRECTION BY

Alan Fitter

CASTING SUPERVISOR

Dee Shipley

CASTING CO-ORDINATOR

Danis Goulet

CASTING ASSISTANT

Elisabeth Soares

RECORDING ASSISTANTS

Kerry Bones

Edmond Chan

Gregory Pilsworth

Matthew Skal

PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR

Ruta Cube

PRODUCTION MANAGER

Judy Leung

PRODUCTION CO-ORDINATORS

Jennifer Kun

Lesley Saliwonchyk

Leslie Zahara

PRODUCTION ASSISTANT

Caroline Simmons

SCRIPT CO-ORDINATORS

Andrea Sykes

Rosanna DeSouza

STORYBOARD CO-ORDINATORS

Allan Parker

Holly Stoddart

STORYBOARD ARTISTS

Steve Boekler

Greg Hill

Paul Bouchard

Rick Marshall

Allan Bunce

Tim O’Halloran

Gerry Fournier

Arna Selznick

Chad Hicks

Jamie Whitney

Ron Wilson

STORYBOARD CLEAN-UP ARTISTS

Hong Qi

Kathy Paulin-Lougheed

DESIGN SUPERVISOR

Chun Yin Joey So

DESIGN CO-ORDINATOR

Rick Rouse

DESIGNERS

Leanna Gosse

John Mahovlich

Andrej Krystoforski

Rodica Oancea

Michael Lahay

Bradley Overall

Jeff Lyons

Mark Poulin

Daniela Strijleva

ANIMATION CREW

Jeff Astolfo

Neil McNeil

Michael Lahay

Kevin Micallef

Andre Beaulne

John Morgan

Campbell Bryer

Miebaka Ogan

Matt Ferguson

Wendy Parkin

Roja Huchez

Andy Powell

Danny Kahan

Troy Quane

Christos Katopodis

Marc Sevier

Pat Knight

Shawn Seles

John Mahovlich

Evan Steacy

Glen Wyand

ANIMATION SUPERVISORS

Jeff Astolfo

Michael Lahay

DESIGN BREAKER

Katherine Luk

SCENE PLANNING

Rodica Mihailescu

ANIMATION TECHNICAL SUPPORT

Kevin Colbourne

BACKGROUND SUPERVISOR

Gary Hunt

BACKGROUND ARTISTS

Robyn Tacchino

Dejan Ostojic

Goran Bukvic

Maureen Paxton

Violeta Nikolic

Kelvin Smith

Rudolf Stussi

BACKGROUND CO-ORDINATOR

Rebecca Orr

COLOR STYLIST

Laurel Daugherty-Seto

TECHNICAL DIRECTOR

Eric Flaherty

Remko Noteboom

Lloyd Simms

TECHNICAL SUPPORT

Dan Mokriy

PRE-PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR

Chris Gould

PRE-PRODUCTION CO-ORDINATOR

Rosanne Howell

TECHNICAL LEAD

Henry Watkins

PRE-PRODUCTION EDITING

Darrell Macdonald

Mark Grosicki

Paul Telford

Shelley Mills-Hughes

Kent Theaker

Ellen DesRues

Peter Winninger

Mark Westberg

Robert Henry

PRE-PRODUCTION ASSISTANTS

Kevan Byrne

David Wright

Steve Foster

Jean Vanhaelen

VIDEO TRANSFER SUPERVISOR

Jeff Howard

SPLITTERS

Sean Hadley

John Lyons

SCANNERS

John Lyons

Robert Jarvis

DIRECTOR - AUDIO/VIDEO POST PRODUCTION

Helen Lebeau

SENIOR AUDIO CONSULTANT

Rob Kirkpatrick

SENIOR POST PRODUCTION MANAGER

Glen Pollock

POST PRODUCTION MANAGER

Paul Juby

POST PRODUCTION CO-ORDINATOR

Brian Marsh

POST PRODUCTION ASSISTANTS

Joey Aguiar

Steve Henry

PICTURE EDITORS

Jamie Ebata

ASSISTANT PICTURE EDITORS

Alicia Lee

Mark Westberg

INTERNATIONAL TECHNICAL SERVICES

Dan Wannamaker

Jason McKenzie

THEME AND MUSIC BY

TTG Music Lab

MUSIC SUPERVISOR

Amy Fritz

MUSIC EDITOR

Scott McCrorie

MUSIC ASSISTANT

Norm Beaver

SUPERVISING SOUND EDITOR

Scott McCrorie

DIALOGUE EDITOR

Richard Omarie Segal

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Richard Omarie Segal

Jason Doyle

ASSISTANT SOUND EDITOR

Fiona Savage

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Jane Harrison

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A Nelvana Limited Production

EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS

Michael Hirsh (Belgian-Canadian film producer)

Scott Dyer (Executive producer)

EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS

Diana Manson

Tina Peel

SUPERVISING PRODUCERS

Jocelyn Hamilton

Patricia R. Burns

Marianne Culbert

Cynthia Taylor

PRODUCER

Tracy Leach

STORY EDITOR

Kate Barris

ASSISTANT DIRECTOR

Ron Wilson

Featuring

Samantha Morton

As

Ruby

FEATURING THE VOICES OF:

unnamed characters    Dee Bradley Baker

Max Bunny (character) Billy Rosemberg

Louise                           Julie Lemieux

Roger Piazza                Kenan Thompson

Valerie                           Alexis Walla

Katie                              Yvonne Craig

Bunny Scout Leader      Sarah Adams (voice actor)

Martha                           Tabitha St. Germain

Announcer                     Daran Norris

Super Bunny                  Rodger Bumpass

Lobster                           Tom Kenny

CASTING

Debra Toffan

Karen Goora

TORONTO VOICE DIRECTION BY

Debra Toffan

LONDON VOICE DIRECTION BY

Alan Fitter

CASTING SUPERVISOR

Dee Shipley

CASTING CO-ORDINATOR

Danis Goulet

CASTING ASSISTANTS

Edmond Chan

Elisabeth Soares

RECORDING ASSISTANTS

Kerry Bones

Gregory Pilsworth

Matthew Skal

PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR

Ruta Cube

PRODUCTION MANAGER

Judy Leung

PRODUCTION CO-ORDINATORS

Lesley Saliwonchyk

Leslie Zahara

SCRIPT CO-ORDINATORS

Rosanna D’Souza

Andrea Sykes

STORYBOARD ARTISTS

Alan Bunce

Tim O’Halloran

Greg Hill

Kris Pearn

Drazen Kozjan

Dave Pemberton

Rick Marshall

Genni Selby

STORYBOARD CLEAN-UP ARTISTS

Kathy Paulin-Lougheed

Hong Qi

Winky Wong

DESIGN SUPERVISOR

Chun Yin Joey So

DESIGN CO-ORDINATOR

Rick Rouse

DESIGNERS

Andrej Krystoforski

Michael Lahay

Rodica Oancea

Bradley Overall

Mark Poulin

Daniela Strijileva

ANIMATION CREW

Michael Lahay

Pat Knight

Jeff Astolfo

Neil McNeil

Andre Beaulne

John Mahovlich

Campbell Bryer

Kevin Micallef

Matt Ferguson

John Morgan

Joe Giampapa

Miebaka Ogan

Roja Huchez

Wendy Parkin

Danny Kahan

Andy Powell

Christos Katopodis

Troy Quane

Marc Seiver

ANIMATION SUPERVISOR

Michael Lahay

DESIGN BREAKER

Daniela Strijileva

SCENE PLANNING

Rodica Mihailescu

ANIMATION TECHNICAL SUPPORT

Kevin Colbourne

BACKGROUND SUPERVISOR

Gary Hunt

BACKGROUND ARTISTS

Robyn Tacchino

Violeta Nikolic

COLOR STYLIST

Laurel Daugherty-Seto

TECHNICAL DIRECTOR

Eric Flaherty

Remko Noteboom

Lloyd Simms

TECHNICAL SUPPORT

Dan Mokriy

PRE-PRODUCTION SUPERVISOR

Chris Gould

PRE-PRODUCTION CO-ORDINATOR

Rosanne Howell

TECHNICAL LEAD

Henry Watkins

PRE-PRODUCTION EDITING

Darrell MacDonald

Ellen DesRues

Steve MacDonald

Mark Grosicki

Paul Telford

Robert Henry

Kent Theaker

Shelley Mills-Hughes

Peter Winninger

Mark Westberg

PRE-PRODUCTION ASSISTANTS

Kevan Byrne

David Wright

Steve Foster

Jean Vanhaelen

VIDEO TRANSFER SUPERVISOR

Jeff Howard

SPLITTERS

Sean Hadley

John Lyons

SCANNERS

John Lyons

Robert Jarvis

DIRECTOR - AUDIO/VIDEO POST PRODUCTION

Helen Lebeau

SENIOR POST PRODUCTION MANAGER

Glen Pollock

POST PRODUCTION MANAGER

Paul Juby

POST PRODUCTION CO-ORDINATOR

Brian Marsh

POST PRODUCTION ASSISTANTS

Joey Aguiar

Jaimie Galloro

PICTURE EDITOR

Jamie Ebata

ASSISTANT PICTURE EDITORS

Sonia Godding

Alicia Lee

INTERNATIONAL TECHNICAL SERVICES

Dan Wannamaker

Jason McKenzie

THEME AND MUSIC BY

TTG Music Lab

MUSIC SUPERVISOR

Amy Fritz

MUSIC EDITORS

Simon Barry

Peter Branton

Tony Crea

MUSIC ASSISTANT

Norm Beaver

SUPERVISING SOUND EDITOR

Craig Marshall

DIALOGUE EDITORS

Kevin Traver

Rick Dubiel

SOUND EFFECTS EDITORS

John Baktis

Eric Mattar Hurlbutt

ASSISTANT SOUND EDITOR

Sean Pearson

BUSINESS & LEGAL AFFAIRS

Jane Harrison

EDUCATIONAL CONSULTANT

Dr. Rita Weisskoff

ADDITIONAL PRODUCTION FACILITIES

Saunders + Gordon

The Sound Company Limited

SOHO

Studio 306 Inc.

A Nelvana Limited Production in association with

Silver Lining Productions Limited

And produced in association with

Treehouse

Production Executives for Treehouse

Sarah Haasz & Daphne Ballon

and produced in association with

TFO-TVOntario

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TFO

CBC Radio-Canada

And with the participation of

Canada

The Canadian Film or Video Production Tax Credit

©2002 - 2003 Nelvana Limited.

All Rights Reserved.

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