"We're all going on a Cowboy Holiday,
No more building for a week or two!"
In this fourth feature-length special, Bob the Builder and his pals saddle
up for a holiday in the Wild West. The gang make tracks for The Double
R Ranch, home to Rio Rogers, her horse dollar and her trusty Pick-up
truck Jackeroo. They've come to learn some good old-fashioned cowboy
skills, but inevitably, events lead them down more constructive avenues.
The constructions in question belong to Cactus Creek, a prospector town
founded by Rio's Great Great Granddaddy Rusty Rogers. Alas, the place
is a mere ghost town nowadays, having been abandonned when the gold
ran out. Rio has her heart set on fixing it up, and there's even a rumour of
a stash of gold hidden somewhere near town - though she's not set eyes
on it. Why, it's probably just another Tall Story to sit alongside the ones
she just loves to tell her visitors. And she also loves a singsong. Which is
great for Bob, Wendy and the machines, because they all get on down
to a spot of line-dancing at every oppurtunity...
But back on our trail again, it's poor hapless Muck the Bulldozer who
kickstarts the construction work, when he inadvertently collapses much
of Cactus Creek. The gang simply can't leave the place in such a state,
so they swap their stetsuns for hard hats and set about the place.
Meanwhile, there's Muck. He's been dreaming of a Western adventure,
but all he's done is destroy the town. And now he's destroyed a rickety
old bridge too, and it's all going wrong. Bob sends him away to clear
out an old barn. Only this barn contains a secret; a tunnel leading to a
mine shaft and a hair-raising rollecrcoaster ride on a mine cart down,
down, down to Rusty Rogers' treasure!
Spud on a "wild" ride!
Yee-ha! - "Built to be Wild" is a cracking little film that's impossible not
to like. Rowdy Rio Rogers is voiced with real gusto by pop legend Suzi
Quatro. She throws her all into the songs and those taller-than-tall tales,
and hearthrob Donny Osmond is equally-sparky as Jackeroo.
Okay, so the plot doesn't go anywhere new, but the widescreen Western
action incorporates an array of incidental details and events to make you
smile. Look at the way high-falutin' Rio slaps her thigh when she's excited,
and how she casually tunes her guitar before she sings for the gang. Look
at the dust trails that are kicked up around the town, whenever a critter
gallops through frame. There are dune bugs, vultures and rattlesnakes poking
around the canyons and buttes. And that fantastic, helter-skeltering mine
sequence is worth the price of admission on its own...
Woah, woah. Hold up. What's all this talk about admission fees?
That's because "Built to be Wild" broke new ground by premiering in
UK cinemas, on July 8th 2006. It played as part of a "Family Bonanza"
film tour from HIT Entertainment, alongside Angelina Ballerina's film
"Angelina Sets Sail" and some Pingu shorts. The package was an
Odeon chain exclusive and it toured around the UK through to
August 6th. The UK DVD release didn't follow until November.
» The film opens with Muck having a cinemascope dream in which he's
become Mucky Muck of the West. That's similar to the opening of the
previous film, "Snowed Under", in which Scoop's the one dreaming.
Will a fifth film begin with Rolly, or Lofty or Dizzy in a daydream...?
» Listen out for the song "Cowboy Builders", in which Bob and the gang
rouse us with a tune about their work in the West, rather than their
reputation in the industry!
» And look out, too, for a moonlit continuity error. You see, the moon is
full and round when the gang settle down to a supper with Rio. But later
that same evening, as they bed down for the night, it's mysteriously
reduced to a crescent - Ow-ooo!
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