Ignore the review below. I doubt he even watched it. Anyways, the movie follows Kenneth Grahame's beloved characters from The Wind in the Willows. If you're not familiar, it's a classic children's book from 1908. This time, we find Toad off on his usual business, but he's suddenly kidnapped by none other than the weasels. He's then replaced by a new "Toad" and the weasels trap him in a secret chamber below Toad Hall. The weasels and the new Toad take charge of the real Toad's house. When Mole, Rat, and Badger notice something fishy they begin to investigate and discover the truth. The movie really teaches a lesson in loyalty. The animals come to save their friend and pretty much another happy ending. If you liked this one, I recommend you try the rest of the series.