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  • Once upon a time, in the living room of a big mansion, there was a display cupboard full of beautiful toys.

  • They all belonged to a little boy who lived here. His mother bought him new toys almost every day.

  • One day, the mother brought a little tin soldier

  • and placed him secretly in the cupboard hoping to give her son a nice surprise.

  • I hope he likes his surprise! Let’s see if this makes him smile

  • The tin soldier had only one leg, but he liked his new home very much.

  • Wow! I’ve never seen so many other toys before! I know I won’t feel lonely anymore.

  • When night came, the toys began to come to life.

  • As he watched the other toys, the Tin Soldier noticed a beautiful ballerina.

  • He was mesmerized by her graceful figure and her lovely dance. She captured his heart at first sight.

  • Oh, she is so beautiful! If only I could earn but one glance from that enchanting ballerina!

  • Oh, that would be great.

  • HmmIs that soldier looking at me?

  • She danced and twirled all night long, and didn’t seem to mind that the soldier was watching her.

  • The following morning, the boy went to his cupboard and noticed the Tin Soldier.

  • He took him out for a closer look.

  • Oh look, it’s a new toy! Ugh

  • It’s missing a leg and it doesn’t look nice!

  • Contrary to his mother’s hope, the boy did not like the Tin Soldier at all.

  • How ridiculous, a one-legged soldier!

  • I don’t need a stupid cripple like you among my nice toys. Guard this place!

  • All alone again, the Soldier was sad and disappointed.

  • I wish I could be with the other toys. I hoped we could be friends

  • What will I do now, when I can’t be near the beautiful ballerina. It made me so happy just to look at her

  • If only I could play with them too! I feel so lonely…(Sob)

  • Hey Mom, can you give me more toys?

  • Sure sweetieHa ha ha!

  • Suddenly a gust of wind blew past the window.

  • The wind blew stronger, and the one-legged soldier could feel himself wobbling on the windowsill.

  • No! No! No!

  • Help!

  • He lost his balance and toppled out of the window.

  • A little boy walking down the street saw the soldier lying there.

  • What’s that? Oh, it’s a toy soldier!

  • This is great! I will take him home with me and play with him. I’ll have my own toy...

  • What? He’s only got one legHmph

  • Charge! Charge! Fire! Hmmm

  • It’s no fun when’s only got one leg. I should just toss him out.

  • Ahhh! No, please don’t!

  • Splashing into the river, the soldier was swept away by the strong current.

  • Where is taking me? Is this how I am going to die? If only I could see my ballerina one last time

  • The Tin Soldier imagined the ballerina’s pretty smile, and the way she twirled when she danced,

  • but he didn’t have the strength to get himself out of the river.

  • I wish I could see her dance againOh!

  • He could feel himself sinking slowly to the bottom of the river. As he descended, he encountered a fish.

  • What’s this? Food? (Gulp)

  • The fish though the Tin Soldier was a bit of seaweed and swallowed him.

  • Oh, this can’t be happening to me! Oh, no...(Sob)

  • Time dragged by, and the fish was caught by a fisherman.

  • The Tin Soldier had sunk into a deep sleep within the fish’s bowels and did not know what had happened.

  • Suddenly, he awoke.

  • Where am I? What happened? Why is it so dark? Am I dead?

  • The Tin Soldier was frightened and confused.

  • It’s blinding! Where is it coming from?

  • Slowly, his eyes grew accustomed to the light and he could see.

  • I’ll just clean this fish up and make some nice fish stew. Ha ha!

  • Wait, what’s this? Is that a toy?

  • Ohhow strangewhy, it’s exactly like that tin soldier I bought yesterday!

  • I’ll wash him off and put him in with the other one.

  • The Tin Soldier had come full circle, back to the mother who had bought him the other day.

  • Through the river and then the market, the fish had brought him home.

  • My son will be so happy.

  • When she reached the cupboard however and looked inside,

  • she realized that the one-legged tin soldier from yesterday was missing.

  • That’s strangewhere could he have gonewhat if this is…?

  • Well in any case, he belongs here. I’ll put him back.

  • Back in the cupboard, the Tin Soldier was overjoyed.

  • He was home at last, beside the lovely ballerina he had so yearned for.

  • Oh my! Youre back, Soldier!

  • The ballerina had spoken to him! He couldn’t believe his happiness.

  • He was beside her, and she had noticed him.

  • OhGood Morning, my lady.

  • I have been wondering where you had gone.

  • I liked you and wanted to be friends, but then you vanished.

  • Thrilled, the Tin Soldier responded:

  • My heart almost broke at the thought that we would never meet again.

  • I am so happy to be back. I know I only have one leg but,

  • beautiful Ballerina, allow me to stay by your side and protect you with my life.

  • Would you, my dear?

  • That night, the Ballerina danced her enchanting dance for the Tin Soldier, and his heart was content.

  • Sadly, their happiness could not last.

  • The next morning, the boy found the Tin Soldier back in the cupboard and snatched him out.

  • How did this ugly crippled soldier get back in here? I wanted to get rid of him!

  • I don’t want to see him ever again. You don’t belong here, go away!

  • No! My Soldier!

  • No, please ! Let me go! I swore to stay by my lady’s side forever! Please!

  • Not hearing their cries, the boy cast the Tin Soldier into the blazing fireplace.

  • Oh, my Soldier (Sob) how can I save you? (Sob)

  • The boy turned and left, and the Ballerina was left to weep as she watched her brave Soldier burn.

  • Please forgive me…I could not fulfill my promise…(Sob)

  • No! I won’t let you go….(Sob)

  • The Ballerina could not bear to watch her beloved soldier consumed by the flames alone.

  • Heart-broken, she hurled herself into the fire.

  • Wait for me, my soldier!

  • No! Please don’t, I can’t let you turn to ashes like me!

  • My Soldier, all I want is to stay by your side forever and ever, like you promised.

  • The Tin Soldier was so deeply touched by her words

  • that he forgot that his body was burning and shed tears of joy.

  • You have made me the happiest toy in the world.

  • My Soldier!

  • Locked in each other’s arms at last, the Tin Soldier and the lovely Ballerina burned to ashes in the fireplace.

  • When the fire finally died down, something shiny emerged from the ashes.

  • It was a red, heart-shaped gemstone – a symbol of the love between the Tin Soldier and the Ballerina.

Once upon a time, in the living room of a big mansion, there was a display cupboard full of beautiful toys.

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