Berk is busy preparing his master's breakfast - from worms and other vile concoctions, when a strange yellow creature comes out of the trap door in the kitchen floor and eats the breakfast, closely followed by a large Big Red Thing which chases Berk until Berk hides behind a mirror - the ugly monster gets a nasty shock and retreats down the trap door. Prompted by his master's demands for breakfast, Berk takes the yellow creature, which has eaten everything and fallen asleep, and feeds it to his master as Chef's Special.
Berk is tidying up and finds an old radio, which starts to play the Trap Door theme song. As it plays Rogg and other assorted creatures come out of the trap door and dance about. Him Upstairs, however, is not amused.
Berk is trying to put up some shelves for his master and is using Boni as a prop to hold up the shelf. Looking for some more wood, Berk's opens the trap door, but a huge octopus-like creature emerges with writhing arms and creates havoc in the kitchen.
Berk is cooking again, when something invisible comes out of the trap door and starts throwing things about. Berk scores a direct hit in retaliation with some yellow goo and the little creature - Bubo - becomes visible and bright yellow. When Berk eventually catches the naughty Bubo, he finds a hole in the top of his head, blows him up like a balloon and lets him off into the air and lets him drop back down the trap door.
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Him Upstairs is asleep and so is Boni. Meanwhile a little thing comes out of the trap door and zooms about so that Berk cannot catch it. Each time it stops it emits a loud fog horn. To Berk's horror, it goes upstairs and into his master's bedroom. Just as he catches the thing, his master wakes up and angrily takes it out on Berk.
Roger is summoned be General Brass Bottom, to find out who is extinguishing light bulbs around the country.
Flyin Wotsit Fingy Berk is trying to take some photographs of his friends, when a 'flyin' wotsit fingy' comes out of the trap door. Berk has seen it before and knows that it gives Him Upstairs pimples if it gets near him. The creature flies all around the kitchen and no one can catch it. Eventually after causing a great deal of destruction it lands on Boni. Berk tries to grab it and in doing so he falls on his camera and ends up taking a picture of his friends. The creature flies upstairs and ends up with Him Upstairs after all
Berk is told to throw out the rubbish and decides to throw it down the trap door. But Rogg appears and eats it all up with relish. He then climbs into the dumb waiter and wonders into Him Upstair's boudoir, which lands Berk in trouble.
Boni is asleep. A creature comes out of the trap door and lays some eggs. Berk comes in and see the eggs hatch into green creatures. These creatures then explode into yellow gunge which looks like scrambled eggs. Berk concerned with the mess decides to push it all down the trap door. Boni wakes up having seen nothing and suggests that scrambled eggs would be a good idea for breakfast.
Berk and Boni are going through things in a room that's been left untouched for a long time. Berk finds an old book of spells and reads one out, summoning up the 'Ghostly Ghoulies'. They rush back to the kitchen to find the trap door thumping open and shut and ghoulies floating about the place. To make them go away he has to read the spell backwards.
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Berk is trying to nail the trap door down, but it's no good - a large peculiar looking Thingy comes popping up and changes Berk, Boni and Drutt into all sorts of different shapes, before eventually disappearing again, leaving them back to normal.
Something large and black with lots of legs comes out of the trap door and scuttles off down the corridor, but Berk won't believe Boni. He goes in search of it and finds a tiny spider, thinking it must be Boni's monster, but just then the enormous black spider drops down in front of him, wraps him in thick green web and chases him into the kitchen. Drutt spins the spider up in his own web and Berk is able to push it back down the trap door.
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The Little Drummer Boy is a 1968 film in which an orphan drummer boy finds his life changed forever when he meets three wise men on route to Bethlehem. SUBSCRIBE For More Retro Cartoons In the special, the narrator (Greer Garson) tells of a young boy named Aaron, who is a misanthropic orphan who only finds enjoyment from playing his drum for his friends, Samson the donkey, Joshua the camel, and Baba the lamb. Aaron was a happy child who lived with his parents who gave him a drum for his birthday. One night, bandits killed Aaron's parents and burned his house down, thus making him hate all humanity. Due to his playing causing the three animals to dance, Aaron is forced to join Ben Haramed's caravan with rather inept performers. When performing in Jerusalem, Aaron becomes infuriated by the townspeople's amusement and lashes out at them for being thieves and knaves. Sometime later, they come upon the Magi's caravan who are following a bright star in the sky. Seizing his chance, Ben greedily attempts to perform for the Magi, but they are uninterested as they try to make haste to get to the star's destination. One of the caravan camels becomes too weak to continue traveling, so Ben bargains with them that they use Joshua in exchange for some of their gold. Later, Aaron and his animal companions later escape and joins up with the Magi as they journey toward Bethlehem. There, upon recognizing Joshua and trying to reunite with him, Baba is hit by a Roman chariot and Aaron takes the dying lamb to the Magi to be healed, but they can't do anything. One of the men insists that maybe the baby could be of help. Having no material possession to give to the baby, Aaron decides that his gift to him and his parents will be his playing his drum for them. As a sign of gratitude, Baba is healed and runs into Aaron's arms. Aaron feels kindness for the first time since the death of his parents. Happy holidays and enjoy The Little Drummer Boy 1968 in HD 1080p
Berk is instructed to go and see to the garden. He goes out to feed the plants, especially Thort, his master's favourite vegetable. Returning to the kitchen he opens the trap door to get some worms for dinner, but a swarm of large bees come out and sting him. Berk runs out to the garden followed by the bees, who are eaten by Thort. When the Thing Upstairs shouts for food, Berk suggests a salad.
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Boni has been complaining of boredom again, but Berk has planned a picnic at the swamp. First, though, he has to see Him Upstairs. Meanwhile something comes out of the trap door, grabs Boni and drags down the trap door. He is passed from creature to creature until eventually he is mistaken for an egg in a birds nest by a passing bird of prey. The bird picks him up in his claws, takes him high above the castle and drops hin. He eventually lands back in his hole in the wall in the kitchen. Berk returns for the picnic and wonders why Boni is not very keen to go out on another outing!
The Thing Upstairs has a cold, so Berk makes him some of his special medicine. Meanwhile, a 'horrible green gobby lump' comes out of the trap door and drinks all the medicine, with strange results. As Berk drags the little green thing back to the trap door, he finds the creature's mum has come out too - a large yellow lump. Berk, Boni and Drutt all end up with colds.
Mr Magoo Stays awake all night learning how to chasing flies, throwing alarm clocks at cats and generally give Cholly a bad time until the inscrutible Oriental takes matters in hands.