A stop-motion animation of the traditional Norwegian folk tale.
Le Sacre (Rouen) 09.04.2011
From PBS KIDS – Gramma will not let Red into the kitchen to get some extra special Red Velvet Cake – and it’s making Red extremely mad! The Super Readers head into the story of the Three Billy Goats Gruff, who really want to cross the Trolls bridge…only this time the Troll gets to tell his side of the story. The Super Readers wonder if anyone can make those rude Billy Goats Gruff behave, and Red figures out what Gramma needs to hear.
Three Billy Goats each meet a Troll.and BOOM POW SPLAT!\r
This KidTime StoryTime is based on an old folk tale from Norway dating back to 1841! Now THAT is what we call retro..\r
By Paul Galdone, who was born in Budapest, moved to the USA, served in WWII, and won awards for his kid books!
Heres another Golden Book Video Classic that used to be on YouTube (but is now being reuploaded by yours truly). This one is 3 Fairy Tale Classics.\r
Part three features the final story on the tape, the Three Billy Goats Gruff. Theres a rather nasty old troll living under the bridge in this one!\r
(C) 1985 Western Publishing Company, Inc.
Three Billy Goats Nursery Rhymes Animated Children Songs
The story introduces three male goats, sometimes identified in the story as youngster, father and grandfather, but more often described as brothers. In other renditions, there is a baby or child goat, mama goat and papa goat. In any case, there is no grass left for them to eat near to where they live, so they must cross a river to get to a “sæter” (a meadow) or hillside on the other side of a stream in order to eat and get fat. To do so, they must first cross a bridge, under which lives a fearsome troll who eats anyone who passes that way.
The smallest billy goat is the first to cross and is stopped abruptly, by the troll who threatens to “gobble him up!” The little goat convinces him to wait for another slightly bigger billy goat to come across because he is larger and a more gratifying feast. The greedy troll agrees and lets the smallest of the goats cross.
The medium-sized goat then passes next. He is more cautious than his brother, but is also stopped by the troll and given the same threat. The second billy goat is allowed to cross as well after he tells the troll to wait for the biggest billy goat because he is the biggest.
The Third Billy Goat then gets on the bridge and is stopped by the hungry troll. When the troll gets up on the bridge, however, the third billy goat is so big that he easily kicks the troll off of the bridge. The troll falls into the stream. From then on the bridge is safe, and all three goats are able to go to the rich fields around the summer farm in the hills. They all live happily ever after. The troll still lives under the bridge, but has not bothered anyone again.
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