Can you hear the rhythm from deep withing the forest?
The cutscene takes place in the Yamboona Tree at night. It shows Lady Moon on the left side then the camera zooms down and it shows six Yokkes, three Chuppas, one Zukelo, and one Kapetta sleeping. The camera zooms in to the sleeping Chuppas, then to the Yokkes and the Zukelo, and then to the Kapetta. The camera zooms down to the nut, the nut falls into the ground and the third sleeping Chuppa inhales it and then releases it. It keeps on doing it two times and that makes the Kapetta awake. Then the Kapetta pecks the tree. It keeps on doing it thirteen times and that makes the Zukelo awake. The Zukelo swings, looking left and right to see what happened. Then, the Kapetta's peck can be heard and the song Chuppa Chuppa starts playing and that makes the Yokkes awake and they begin to dance by popping their heads in and out. The camera shows the sleeping Chuppas and the Chuppas wake up, the first and second Chuppa rolled and switched places, and the third Chuppa rolled and stand up. Then the Chuppas begin to play their trumpet noses. The camera zooms out slowly and it shows the whole scene even the P-kee brothers appear, dancing by popping their heads in and out. The camera then zooms up and it shows Lady Moon dancing and the screen fades to black. The cutscene ends.
- A "revue" is a type of multi-act popular theatrical entertainment that combines music, dance and sketches. Hence the cutscene shows the creatures performing a revue.