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  • Judy, Judy!! Yes, ma'am!

  • Stop doing whatever you are doing and check the girl's hands and dresses.

  • Everyone has to look perfect in front of the council members.

  • Yes, ma'am!

  • Hello! My name is Judy. I live in this orphanage.

  • Today, the council members who sponsor our orphanage will visit us.

  • We are very busy cleaning and tidying the girls.

  • No rest for me. It's a lot of work.

  • The council members just left but the Principal is calling me to her office.

  • What did I do wrong? One of them is still here.

  • What a tall shadow! He must be so tall.

  • I have to go I suppose, and face the scary sponsor.

  • Did you see the man who just left?

  • Fortunately not, only from behind.

  • He is our wealthiest sponsor.

  • He got interested in your essay about Melancholy Wednesdays especially because today is Wednesday.

  • I find this essay ridiculous and embarrassing for the orphanage

  • but he liked it and proposed to give you a full college scholarship.

  • Just because of this piece of preposterous writing!

  • College? For me?

  • That tall ugly man thinks that I can become a writer

  • and gave me a college scholarship and living expenses coverage. Unbelievable!!!

  • All I have to do is to write him a thank you letter once a month.

  • I am so happy, I believe I can fly!

  • This is the girl's dormitory. I am writing the first letter to my benefactor.

  • I do not know anything about him. His name is John Smith, which cannot be real.

  • All I know is that he is very tall. I've decided to call him Daddy Longlegs.

  • Judy... I wanted to see where Sally was going

  • Of course

  • Sally and Julia are my new college friends. Sally is very laid back and friendly.

  • Julia is a little stuck up but it is not her fault. She is from a rich New York family.

  • I am already homesick, what about you?

  • I am fine here.

  • Are you writing a letter to your family? In a way...

  • I did not want my new friends to know that I grew up in an orphanage.

  • Ms. Judy, here is a parcel for you.

  • Really? From whom?

  • It is from Daddy Longlegs. How nice!

  • I told him that I had the flu and he sent me a little cheer-up present.

  • I did not even think that he read my letters.

  • I was so excited that I sent him another letter right away.

  • Please meet my uncle Mr. Jervis.

  • Nice to meet you. I am Julia's uncle and have come to see the college.

  • Unfortunately I have a class right now.

  • Would you please show my uncle around the building?

  • It will be my pleasure

  • The pleasure is all mine

  • I gave Mr. Jervis a tour around the campus

  • It seems that he enjoyed the tour as he kept smiling.

  • I felt very easy with him, like I've known him my whole life.

  • We had a heated discussion on Gothic literature over our afternoon tea.

  • It made my heart flutter for no reason.

  • Look, Judy has been selected for the short story contest!

  • How exciting! / I am happy for you, Judy.

  • By the way. my uncle wants to invite both of you to New York.

  • You are talking about Mr Jervis?

  • Yes, he said he would book a hotel room for you.

  • He also bought tickets for the new production of Hamlet.

  • He is a very generous man, isn't he?

  • I am over excited.

  • I've never been to New York and I've never been to a real theatrical play before.

  • The world is a happy place! I should write to Daddy Longlegs all about it.

  • We are in New York! What can be more thrilling!

  • I finally saw my first play. I cried through the whole last act.

  • Mr. Jervis was very kind and understanding.

  • I will never be able to thank you enough!

  • Thank you for everything!

  • I enjoyed our time together and wish you a safe trip.

  • Judy now it is my turn to invite you.

  • We will go to our vacation house, ride a canoe,

  • you will meet Jimmy's friends! We will have the best time!

  • Thank you, it sounds wonderful.

  • Jimmy is Sally's brother. He is a very nice young man.

  • I met him before when I visited Sally's family for the first time.

  • I wrote Daddy Longlegs that I am going to visit Sally's family again.

  • I am staying at a farm belonging to a friend of Daddy Longlegs.

  • I received a letter from his secretary telling me to reject Sally's invitation and come to the farm instead.

  • I tried to ask for permission again, but it didn't work.

  • Sally has written to tell me what an exciting time she is having at her vacation home,

  • Oh, I have no one to talk to here!

  • Ms. Judy! I have a letter for you!

  • You should open your letter quickly! / Oh, Mr. Jervis?

  • He told me that he spent his childhood on this farm!

  • I am so happy to see him and talk to him again.

  • We made our way down from the mountains and headed for the farm.

  • Be careful. / Thank you.

  • He caught my wrist just in time, and didn't let me fall.

  • We went riding through the forest together,

  • and then laid out a picnic in the shade of an old oak tree.

  • Mr. Jervis and I had a wonderful time together, but I had to come back to college.

  • Today is the college's anniversary, and there will be a dance to celebrate.

  • It will be my first ball! I invited Jimmy.

  • Thank you for asking me to come Judy.

  • I am sorry I only danced with you twice, there were so many people...

  • It's more exciting to dance with several different partners, isn't it?

  • Well...I feel a bit bashful.

  • I really enjoyed the party, Judy.

  • Would you like to visit my house next time, and camp out?

  • That sounds wonderful!

  • But first...will you go with me to the University dance next spring?

  • I would love to!

  • Judy, I think Jimmy is interested in you....

  • Mr.Jervis came to visit us our college again, but the timing was very unfortunate.

  • Hello.

  • Oh, uncle, why didn't you write to tell me? Judy and I are just off to Princeton University!

  • I'm so sorry, Mr. Jervis.

  • Princeton? To visit Jimmy? I won't keep you then... I will see you later.

  • I am sorry...

  • I felt very awkward.

  • Judy, have you noticed how often Mr. Jervis comes to visit now?

  • I suppose he does. I have a little confession to make.

  • Oh, tell me!

  • Mr. Jervis and I have been writing to each other since last winter.

  • I haven't told Julia yet.

  • Ah, so Jimmy has a rival now!

  • I am a senior now, and am writing for a magazine.I write to Daddy Longlegs regularly.

  • The novel I submitted to the competition has been rejected,

  • although they have praised my writing skills and have encouraged me to keep going.

  • I had hoped to give Daddy Longlegs a nice surprise before graduation. He must be disappointed too.

  • Congratulations, Judy. / Congratulations!

  • Thank you both! But, what about...

  • Mr. Smith apologizes that he cannot be here today.

  • He sent you these roses to congratulate you, Ms. Judy.

  • What's wrong, Judy?

  • I'm at Rock Willow Farm. Mr. Jervis is here too,

  • and he says, he has something important to say to me. I wonder what it is...

  • Judy... / I am listening, Mr. Jervis...

  • Jervis: Would you consider...becoming my wife?

  • Oh, Mr. Jervis! I...I don't think I can!

  • Do you not like me?

  • No! No, it's not that...

  • Please Judy, I can make you happy. We are such good friends...

  • I wish I could accept...but I...

  • Can't you tell me why? What's wrong?

  • It isn't you...

  • Is it because of Jimmy then? I understand...forgive me, Judy.

  • I had to refuse him. I do love Mr. Jervis very much,

  • but an orphan has no right to marry someone like him.

  • I couldn't make myself tell him the truth, and he left the next day without saying goodbye.

  • I will finally have the chance to meet Daddy Longlegs.

  • Unfortunately, he is very ill. Mr.Jervis is also ill with pneumonia. I am very worried about him...

  • Excuse me.

  • Ms. Judy is here, Sir.

  • Come in, Judy. Are you surprised?

  • Did you really never guess that I was Daddy Longlegs all along?

  • Mr. Jervis! Of course...I should have seen it sooner.

  • How could I have been such a simpleton!?

  • Judy, I know now why you turned me down.

  • You said in your letter it was because you didn't want to admit you were an orphan,

  • My dearest Daddy Longlegs, aka Mr. Jervis. I am very happy, and truly in love!

  • Judy, Judy! / Yes, ma'am.

  • Tell me, when do I get to meet your charming Daddy Longlegs?

  • Well...

Judy, Judy!! Yes, ma'am!

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Daddy Long-legs - Bedtime Story Animation | Best Children Classics HD

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    Jone   に公開 2014 年 08 月 26 日
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