The Hallo-Wiener - Timeless Teacher Stuff

The Hallo-Wiener - Timeless Teacher Stuff

The Hallo-Wiener By Dav Pilkey Parts(12): Narrator 1 Narrator 2 Narrator 3 Narrator 4 Narrator 5 Narrator 6 Dog 1 Dog 2 Mother Oscar Cat 1 Cat 2 Nar...

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The Hallo-Wiener By Dav Pilkey Parts(12):

Narrator 1 Narrator 2 Narrator 3 Narrator 4 Narrator 5 Narrator 6 Dog 1 Dog 2 Mother Oscar Cat 1 Cat 2 <><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><><> Narrator 1:

The Hallo-Wiener

Narrator 2:

There once was a dog named Oscar who was half-a-dog tall and one-and-a-half dogs long.

Narrator 3:

Because of his unusual shape and size, all the other dogs made fun of him.

Dog 1 and 2: "Wiener Dog! Wiener Dog!" Narrator 4:

they called him.

Narrator 5:

And Oscar did not like it one bit.

Narrator 6:

Oscar's mother was no help either.

Narrator 1:

Every morning when the dogs walked off to obedience school, Oscar’s mother stood in the front yard waving and calling out,

Mother:

"Farewell, my little Vienna sausage!"

Narrator 2:

And the other dogs laughed and laughed.

Narrator 3:

Most of the time, Oscar was upset by all this, but not today.

Narrator 4:

Today was Halloween, and Oscar was thinking about other things.

Narrator 5:

All day long at obedience school, Oscar daydreamed about Halloween night, trick-or-treats, and scary costumes.

Narrator 6:

When Oscar got home, he dashed upstairs to start working on his scary Halloween costume.

Narrator 1:

But when he got to his room, a surprise was waiting for him.

Mother: Narrator 2: Mother:

"Happy Halloween, my little sausage link," said Oscar’s mother. "I've made you a costume to wear for trick-or-treats!"

Narrator 3:

When Oscar saw the costume, he nearly fainted.

Narrator 4:

It was a giant hot-dog bun, complete with mustard.

Narrator 5:

And guess who was supposed to fit in the middle?

Narrator 6:

Oscar did not want to hurt his mother's feelings, so he decided to wear the silly costume.

Narrator 1:

That night, all the dogs on the block gathered to show off their costumes.

Narrator 2:

Everyone was looking quite scary.

Narrator 3:

Then Oscar showed up, looking quite frank.

Narrator 4:

When the dogs saw Oscar in his silly costume, they howled with laughter.

Dog 1 and 2: "Look at Oscar," Narrator 5: Dog 1: Narrator 6:

they cried. "He really is a Wiener Dog!" Poor Oscar was so embarrassed.

Dog 2 and 1: "Wiener Dog! Wiener Dog!" Narrator 1:

laughed the other dogs as they ran off to go trick-or-treating.

Narrator 2:

Oscar tried to keep up with the dogs, but his silly costume kept slowing him down.

Narrator 3:

All night long the other dogs hounded every treat they could get their paws on.

Narrator 4:

So by the time Oscar got to each house, there were no treats left.

Narrator 5:

Soon trick-or-treating was over, and the dogs walked home past a spooky graveyard.

Narrator 6:

Suddenly, a horrible hissing sound filled the air:

Cat 1 and 2: "Hsssssssssssssssssssss!" Narrator 1:

The dogs stopped dead in their tracks.

Narrator 2:

Then, out of the graveyard rose a ghastly monster.

Narrator 3:

The dogs screamed for their lives!

Narrator 4:

They dropped their treats and jumped into a nearby pond!

Narrator 5:

The monster moved closer.

Dog 1 and 2: "Please don't eat us," Narrator 6:

cried the dogs.

Narrator 1:

The monster yowled and hissed.

Dog 1 and 2: "Boo-hoo-hoo!" Narrator 2:

sobbed the dogs.

Narrator 3:

The monster jumped up and down.

Dog 1 and 2: "SOMEBODY SAVE US!" Narrator 4:

shrieked the dogs.

Narrator 5:

Just then, somebody showed up.

Narrator 6:

It was Oscar.

Narrator 1:

Because Oscar was so short, he saw something that the other dogs had not seen.

Oscar:

"That's no monster!"

Narrator 2:

cried Oscar.

Narrator 3:

And with a loud bark, Oscar waddled to the rescue!

Narrator 4:

Oscar chomped and tugged with all his might.

Narrator 5:

R-R-R-R-R-R-R-RIP!

Narrator 6:

And there, standing in the moonlight, were a couple of ornery cats.

Cat 1 and 2: "Help!" Narrator 1:

cried the cats.

Cat 1 and 2: "We're being attacked by a giant frankfurter!" Narrator 2:

And they ran off screaming through the graveyard.

Narrator 3:

The dogs in the pond had seen the whole thing, and now it was their turn to be embarrassed.

Dog 1 and 2: "We've been chased into a pond by a couple of cats!" Narrator 4:

they moaned.

Narrator 5:

But Oscar was a true friend.

Narrator 6:

He leaped into the water and swam out to the dogs.

Narrator 1:

Oscar's silly costume made a wonderful life raft, and the dogs climbed up.

Oscar:

"All aboard!"

Narrator 2:

Oscar called, and he dog-paddled back to shore.

Narrator 3:

When they got back to dry land, all the dogs shared their Halloween treats with Oscar.

Narrator 4:

Because Oscar had been so brave, the dogs changed his nickname from "Wiener Dog" to "Hero Sandwich."

Narrator 5:

And from that night on, nobody ever made fun of Oscar again.

Narrator 6:

HAPPY HALLOWEEN!

Scripted by Jill Jauquet