The Adventures of Paddington Bear - The Great Escape | Classic Cartoons for Kids HD

Paddington Bear - WildBrain
13 Jul 201923:03

Summary

TLDRالنص يحكي قصة مثيرة حول حيوان小熊 Paddington小熊، الذي يبدأ حياة جديدة بعد مغادرته من بيرو وسافرها إلى إنجلترا وحده.小熊小熊 يلتقي布朗一家人 ويُعدهم بمنزلهم، ويبدأ في تعاملاتهم الحياتية الجديدة.小熊小熊 يُعد دائمًا لديه نظرة فريدة من نوعها على الأمور، ويبدو أنه ينظر إلى كل شيء كأنها جديدة.小熊小熊 يحاول أن يكون دائمًا لطيفًا ورفيقًا ولكنه يقع في مشاكل عالقة بنفس الطريقة.小熊小熊 يواجه العديد من المواقف المثيرة خلال الأحداث، بما في ذلك مواجهة مشاكل الجوار مع الشخص الغير م太好 Mr. Curry، ومحاولة小熊小熊 التعامل معها بطريقة عقلانية.小熊小熊 يظهر أنه يمكن أن يؤثر بسلاسة على الأحداث ويُعد بمثابة مثال لروح الamicability والأخوية في المجتمع.

Takeaways

  • 🌍 **Paddington小熊离开秘鲁,独自前往英格兰,开始了新生活。
  • 🏠 **他遇到了Brown一家,他们带他回家,成为了他的新家人。
  • 🔍 **Paddington具有独特的视角,对一切事物都充满好奇,看待事物如同全新的一样。
  • 🤝 **他友好且有礼貌,总是尽力做正确的事情,但也会陷入困境。
  • 🚪 **Mr. Curry是一位挑战者,他试图逃避支付修理窗户的费用,但最终被揭露。
  • 🐻 **Paddington无意中卷入了Mr. Curry的困境,但最终帮助解决了问题。
  • 🎭 **两个逃犯试图冒充Mr. Curry的远亲,但最终被识破并逮捕。
  • 📜 **一张旧地图引发了关于边界的争议,但最终揭示了Mr. Curry祖父的贪婪。
  • 🔧 **Paddington采取行动,决定自己移动围栏,以停止争端。
  • 👮‍♂️ **Mr. Jones作为律师介入,帮助解决围栏争议。
  • 🍰 **最终,Brown一家和Mr. Curry决定放下争议,和睦相处,强调邻里和谐的重要性。

Q & A

  • كيف تغير حياة بيندينغ بعد مغادرته البيرو وسافره إلى إنجلترا وحده؟

    -بعد مغادرة البيرو وسافرها إلى إنجلترا وحده، تغيرت حياة بيندينغ بشكل كبير. تعرفت على عائلة براون وأخذواarlom إلى المنزلهم، مما أدى إلى بدء حياة جديدة له في ويندسور.

  • ماذا حدث عندما حاول الشخص الناجم من السجن الفرار من الشرطة؟

    -عندما حاول الشخص الناجم من السجن الفرار من الشرطة، تمكن بيندينغ من المساعدة في القبض عليهم واستعادة الأشياء الملؤمة. وحصل على المكافأة من قبل الشرطة.

  • لماذا تعتقد الشخص الناجم من السجن أن بيندينغ هو السبب في مواجهةهم؟

    -الشخص الناجم يعتقد أن بيندينغ هو السبب في مواجهةهم لأنهم يعتقدون أنه هو من سمح لهم بالدخول إلى البيت وتسبب في الفوضى.

  • ماذا تحاول مريم كوري من بيندينغ عندما يحاول ال隠蔽؟

    -تحاول مريم كوري من بيندينغ ال隠蔽 عندما يحاول تلقي الбил. وتشير إلى أنه يحاول ال隠蔽 لأنه يتجنب الbil.

  • لماذا يعتقد مريم كوري أن الجدار بين حظائرهما في الحديقة يقع في المكان الخطأ؟

    -يعتقد مريم كوري أن الجدار بين حظائرهما يقع في المكان الخطأ لأن الخريطة التي وجدتها تشير إلى أن الجدار يقع أربعة أقدام داخل حظيرة他家, وهو يريد الأخذ بالأجر على هذا المساحة.

  • ماذا تحاول مريم كوري من القيام به في حديقة البراون؟

    -تحاول مريم كوري السيطرة على المساحة الأربعة أقدام من حديقة البراون التي تعتقد أنها تقع ضمن حظيرةها، وتحاول قطاع زهور الورد المحبوبة وأخذ الأثاث الخارجي من الحديقة.

  • ماذا تحاول مريم كوري من القيام به إذا لم ي同意 البراون على دفع الأجر؟

    -إذا لم ي同意 البراون على دفع الأجر، تحاول مريم كوري السيطرة على المساحة الأربعة أقدام من الحديقة واستخدامها.

  • ماذا تحاول مريم كوري من القيام به بعد أن تغير الحدود الفعلية للحديقة؟

    -بعد تغير الحدود الفعلية للحديقة، تحاول مريم كوري السيطرة على المساحة الأربعة أقدام الجديدة واستخدامها، وتريد أن تحصل على مفاتيح سيارة البراون.

  • لماذا يحاول البراون التحدث إلى مريم كوري حول الحدود الفعلية للحديقة؟

    -يحاول البراون التحدث إلى مريم كوري حول الحدود الفعلية للحديقة لأنه يريد التوصل إلى حل سلمي للمشكلة، بغض النظر عن الخريطة الغير صحيحة.

  • ماذا تحاول مريم كوري من القيام به بعد أن تغير الحدود الفعلية للحديقة؟

    -بعد تغير الحدود الفعلية للحديقة، تحاول مريم كوري السيطرة على المساحة الجديدة واستخدامها، وتريد السيطرة على مفاتيح سيارة البراون.

  • ماذا تحاول مريم كوري من القيام به بعد أن تغير البراون الحدود الفعلية للحديقة؟

    -بعد أن تغير البراون الحدود الفعلية للحديقة، تحاول مريم كوري السيطرة على المساحة الجديدة واستخدامها، وتريد السيطرة على مفاتيح سيارة البراون.

Outlines

00:00

😀 新生活的开始

这段视频脚本讲述了一个名叫温莎的人从秘鲁独自乘船来到英格兰,遇到了布朗一家并开始了新生活。温莎是一个乐观、有独特视角的人,总是以友好和礼貌的态度对待一切,尽管他有时会陷入困境。视频中还提到了温莎与邻居库里先生的互动,以及库里先生如何试图逃避支付修理窗户的费用。

05:01

😄 逃避追捕的逃犯

这段脚本描述了两个逃犯计划如何利用库里先生的家进行藏身,并打算在温莎离开时洗劫他的家。然而,他们的计划被温莎无意中破坏了,最终逃犯被捕,温莎因此获得了奖励。这部分还涉及了温莎和其他人如何帮助库里先生将他的贵重物品搬回屋内。

10:02

😲 外星人的误会

在这段脚本中,温莎和格鲁伯先生在酒店中,格鲁伯先生对外星人的存在持怀疑态度。然而,他们误以为一群穿着科幻服装的人是真正的外星人,这导致了一系列的混乱和误解。最终,他们意识到这些人其实是去参加科幻大会的,而所谓的外星人绑架事件只是一场误会。

15:03

😠 邻里纠纷

这段视频脚本讲述了库里先生和布朗先生之间因花园边界问题而产生的争执。库里先生发现了一张旧地图,认为布朗先生的花园侵占了他的土地,并要求租金。布朗先生则认为边界围墙一直如此,不应有变动。最终,他们决定查看市政厅的官方地图来解决争端。

20:04

😌 和解与庆祝

在这段脚本中,温莎通过调查发现,原来是库里先生的祖父擅自修改了地图,实际上侵占了布朗家的花园。在官方地图确认了布朗家的土地权后,两家人决定和解,放弃争执,共同庆祝邻里之间的和谐。库里先生也意识到了家庭之间的和睦比财产争执更为重要。

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Keywords

💡Paddington

Paddington هو الشخصية الرئيسية في النص، يُعد مخلوقاً من الأحداث الأساسية في الفيديو. يُشير إلى الدب الأليفي الذي يعيش في إنجلتيرة ويتحمل العديد من الأدوار والمواقف المختلفة خلال قصته. يشير إلى الشخصية الوديعة والمتواضعة التي تحاول العيش في مجتمع جديد.

💡الصراع

الصراع هو مفتاحية في الأحداث، يُشير إلى النزاعات بين الشخصيات، مثل الصراع حول جدار الحديقة بين مستر كوري والعائلة براون. يمثل الصراع الصراعات الاجتماعية والشخصية التي يمكن أن تواجه الأفراد في حياتهم.

💡العدالة

العدالة هي مفهوم أساسي في النص، تُشير إلى العدالة الاجتماعية والقانونية. تُظهر في الأحداث مثل المحاولة ل Paddington لتحقيق العدالة عن طريق المساعدة في القبض على السرى واستعادة الأشياء الملؤمة.

💡ال隣

ال隣 يشير إلى العلاقات بين السكان المجاورين، وكيف يمكن أن تكون هذه العلاقات إيجابية أو سلبية. في النص، يُظهر ال隣 العلاقات السيئة بين العائلة براون وPaddington، وكيف تؤثر النزاعات الشخصية على هذه العلاقات.

💡الضيافة

الضيافة تُشير إلى الترحيب والاستقبال في المجتمع. تُظهر في الأحداث مثل استقبال Paddington من قبل العائلة براون وكيف يحاولوا تزويديه وجعله يشعر宾至如归 في إنجلتيرة.

💡العدالة

العدالة تُشير إلى العدالة والمساواة في التعامل مع الآخرين. تُظهر في الأحداث مثل المكافأة التي تحصل عليها Paddington بعد المساعدة في القبض على السرى، مما يُشير إلى العدالة والمكافأة العادلة للجهود الإيجابية.

💡الضيافة

الضيافة تُشير إلى الترحيب والترحيب بالآخرين. تُظهر في الأحداث مثل الدعوة ل Paddington للإقامة مع العائلة براون، وكيف يُعد الضيف الرائع والترحيب بالآخرين جزءًا من الثقافة الإنجليزية.

💡الشجاعة

الشجاعة تُشير إلى الشجاعة والشجاعة في التعامل مع المواقف الصعبة. تُظهر في الأحداث مثل الشجاعة التي يظهرها Paddington في ال-helping الشرطة والتعامل مع السرى.

💡القيم

القيم تُشير إلى القيم الأخلاقية والاجتماعية التي تُبنى عليها الشخصيات. تُظهر في الأحداث مثل العدالة والشرف والشرف والأخوية، وكيف تُؤثر هذه القيم على السلوكيات والقرارات الشخصية.

💡العدالة الاجتماعية

العدالة الاجتماعية تُشير إلى المساواة والعدالة في المجتمع. تُظهر في الأحداث مثل المحاولة ل Paddington لتحقيق العدالة الاجتماعية من خلال المساعدة في القبض على السرى واستعادة الأشياء الملؤمة.

💡الشجاعة

الشجاعة تُشير إلى الشجاعة والشجاعة في التعامل مع المواقف الصعبة. تُظهر في الأحداث مثل الشجاعة التي يظهرها Paddington في ال-helping الشرطة والتعامل مع السرى.

Highlights

A character named Paddington sails to England alone and begins a new life with the Browns.

Paddington's unique point of view and his approach to life as if everything is brand new.

Paddington's polite and friendly nature, despite getting into sticky situations.

Mr. Curry, a character who is confronted by the builder for a broken window.

The humorous situation where Mr. Curry hides from the builder's bill and involves others.

Paddington's attempt to help, which inadvertently leads to a series of comedic events.

The introduction of two escaped prisoners who are mistaken for Mr. Curry's distant cousins.

Paddington's clever intervention that leads to the capture of the escaped prisoners.

The recovery of stolen goods and the reward given to Paddington by Mr. Brown.

Mr. Curry's realization that Paddington has been beneficial, despite his initial hostility.

Mr. Gruber's fascination with the possibility of aliens and his book 'The World and Its Wonders'.

A humorous misunderstanding involving a science fiction convention mistaken for an alien encounter.

Paddington's attempt to resolve the boundary dispute between Mr. Brown and Mr. Curry.

The discovery that Mr. Curry's grandfather had encroached on the Brown's property.

Mr. Curry's unexpected change of heart and decision to be good neighbors rather than fight over the property.

The resolution of the conflict and the celebration that follows, emphasizing the importance of neighborly relations.

Transcripts

00:02

left peru and sailed to england alone

00:07

there he met the browns and they took

00:09

him home

00:12

now a new life has begun his windsor

00:20

[Music]

00:27

and always finds a way to land on his

00:30

feet

00:31

has his very own unique point of view

00:36

looks at everything as if it's brand new

00:41

he is friendly and polite and he tries

00:44

to do things right

00:46

but he gets in sticky messes just the

00:49

same

00:50

he's curious and speaks his mind but

00:53

trouble's never far behind

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[Music]

01:03

mr curry it's challenge the builder

01:06

abroad the bill

01:14

i know you're in there mr cooley i can

01:16

hear you shuffling about

01:19

excuse me

01:22

do you have mr curry's home i brought

01:23

the bill for mending his broken window

01:26

then i expect mr curry's hiding he does

01:28

that when he hears the word bill well

01:30

we'll see about that i'll have some

01:33

friends pay him a call they'll soon

01:35

winkle him out

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[Music]

01:40

he's gone

01:41

very lucky won't be back

01:43

he said he was sending some friends over

01:45

to winkle you out mr curry

01:47

wrinkle me out

01:49

look here there i need help

01:51

stay here and if anyone strange calls

01:55

say i'm away

01:58

but i can't do that oh yes you can after

02:00

all who broke the window in the first

02:02

place you did mr curry when you slammed

02:05

the front door the other day

02:07

and why did i slam the door

02:10

because you got marmalade on my knocker

02:14

so make sure you don't let anyone in

02:16

while i'm gone

02:31

ah

02:36

[Applause]

02:39

[Music]

02:44

let's pull in there and hide

02:49

that must be the builder's friends

02:51

it works we're diving the sled but

02:54

they'll be looking for us now

02:56

hello um i'm paddington mr curry's

02:58

neighbor um he's not here right now and

03:01

uh the house is empty boyfriend

03:05

it's perfect

03:07

perfectly bad luck you mean

03:11

we're mr

03:12

curry's distant cousins

03:14

how nice do come in

03:17

this is the sitting room

03:20

here

03:21

you sit down and make yourselves

03:23

comfortable i'll go make some tea

03:27

do you say comfortable mustn't look a

03:30

gift horse in the mouth

03:37

oh i'm sorry here let me help you

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no

03:43

i've never seen such jump if you

03:45

remember mr curry keeps all his best

03:47

furniture locked away in the cellar

03:49

along with his valuables

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[Music]

03:52

of course yeah we've forgotten i'll go

03:54

make the tea now

03:59

if we could get rid of that bear

04:01

we could clean out this house in a jiffy

04:06

excuse me

04:08

we were wondering if you'd run down to

04:10

the shops for us but we'd go ourselves

04:13

but we don't want to miss cousin murray

04:16

murray don't you mean curry

04:19

oh of course

04:20

silly me

04:22

if you'll take this i'll find some paper

04:24

and make a list

04:26

oh that's hot

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[Music]

04:33

here let me help you

04:36

then perhaps i'll go down to the shops

04:37

now what did you want

04:39

barnes it is

04:43

these two men escaped from jail just a

04:45

few hours ago

04:46

the commissioners offering a big reward

04:48

for their arrest

04:50

call us if you see them someone's been

04:52

having a bad day haven't they

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[Music]

05:00

after we sell all this stuff

05:02

we should have enough cash to retire

05:05

just as long as we put enough miles

05:07

between us and that bear

05:12

oh no they must have got tired of

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waiting

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wait

05:16

hold up i forgot to close the back doors

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it's all right

05:21

i'll do it

05:23

we thought we might take a little trip

05:25

around london while we wait

05:27

really

05:29

i love drips what a good thing i got

05:31

back in time

05:34

what a coincidence mr curry has a

05:37

candlestick just like this

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[Music]

05:43

[Applause]

05:48

oh dear

05:50

i think i'm in trouble again

05:55

we want to go back to jail

05:58

it's those escaped prisoners hurry

06:01

arrest us we won't try to escape

06:04

just get us away from that bear

06:07

hello

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[Music]

06:11

i'm willing to bet the bear got rid of

06:13

that builder and his friends

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[Music]

06:19

what's happened to my chair

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bear

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[Music]

06:24

that bear must have let them in

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they've destroyed the place

06:29

my valuables

06:32

i've been wrinkled they've taken

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everything

06:36

wait till i get my hands on that bear

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[Music]

06:42

there you are

06:43

i've been robbed of all my valuables

06:46

and it's all your fault here wait a

06:49

minute sir if it wasn't for this young

06:52

bear we wouldn't have nabbed to escape

06:54

prisoners and recovered your stolen

06:56

goods

06:57

indeed you should be thanking him i have

07:00

no hesitation in handing over the reward

07:02

to you mr paddington brown

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[Music]

07:06

we did it bear

07:08

we caught those criminals but mr curry a

07:11

brilliant idea well seeing you are both

07:14

responsible for the capture we'll give

07:16

you half each

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[Music]

07:22

thank you very much ah mr jones just the

07:26

man i was looking for

07:28

yeah this should cover the repair bill

07:33

everything's settled not quite mr curry

07:36

you still have to take your valuables

07:37

inside

07:39

how am i going to do that maybe mr

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jones's friends can help you

07:47

fine but this is all your fault bear and

07:51

i won't forget it

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[Music]

08:06

one of the best things about traveling

08:07

with mr gruber collecting stories for

08:09

his book the world and its wonders is

08:11

staying in hotels

08:13

and one of the best things about hotels

08:15

is being able to watch television in bed

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this pod

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i've never seen anything like it before

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it's

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out of this world

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that's because it was left by the

08:26

mothership of an alien race from alpha

08:28

centauri

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[Music]

08:32

it was horrible horrible it is

08:36

horrible

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horrible

08:40

alien flying sources they're coming

08:43

together to take us away in their palms

08:54

and then the aliens carried the poor

08:56

people away in a space pod it's no

08:58

wonder you had nightmares mr brown but

09:01

don't forget it was only a movie don't

09:03

you believe in aliens mr gruber it would

09:06

make a very good chapter for your book

09:07

if we saw a real one many people claim

09:10

to have experienced close encounters

09:12

with aliens

09:13

but such stories are usually more fancy

09:16

than fact what

09:21

[Music]

09:23

mr grouper over there a flying saucer

09:26

what

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over there

09:34

oh it's gone

09:37

it must have dematerialized like they

09:39

did in the movie perhaps you shouldn't

09:41

watch any more late night movies until

09:43

we reach our next destination mr brown

09:48

[Music]

09:55

if there's one flying saucer about there

09:57

are probably others bigger ones full of

10:00

aliens

10:02

i was right after all i must tell mr

10:05

gruber

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[Music]

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mr gruber mr gruber mr brown what is it

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you look like you've seen a ghost not a

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ghost mr gruber something even worse

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real aliens

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[Music]

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have you been watching television again

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i saw them with my own eyes come on we

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must be on the lookout for more

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i think the receptionist is getting

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curious mr brown how long do you plan to

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wait here as long as it takes mr gruber

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i brought extra film and we should be

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careful to stay out of sight

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oh yeah

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you can't deny what you see with your

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own eyes i'm afraid i can't see anything

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without my glasses mr brown

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where are they

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they're gone

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again

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[Music]

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come on mr brown

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i'm sure there's a rational explanation

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for what you think you saw

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but i think you should understand once

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and for all that there is no such thing

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as aliens

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scientific data repudiates any evidence

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of extraterrestrial life

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how do you do

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[Music]

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they've abducted mr gruber

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can i help you sir

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i want to report an alien abduction

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buried troll sir would there be anything

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else anything else i should have thought

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being abducted by aliens was quite

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enough

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[Music]

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mrs byrd is right if you want something

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done do it yourself hold on mr gruber

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wherever you are astounding mr brown was

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seeing aliens

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what floor

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you don't sound like aliens

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we're not we're here for the science

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fiction convention at the conference

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center it's so far out that you fell for

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our costumes long life and prosperity

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it's no wonder mr brown is confused i

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think i'd better find him before he

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jumps to any more wrong conclusions

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[Music]

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[Music]

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we gotta refill this space pod with

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three giveaways and get it back to the

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convention as fast as possible

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the aliens must be planning to transport

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mr gruber back to alpha centauri in that

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space pod

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i don't have much

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[Music]

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time room service

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we didn't know how to room service

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[Music]

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don't worry mr gruber i'll soon have you

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out of there

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[Music]

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it's all right mr gruber i won't let the

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aliens scramble your brains

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[Music]

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mr brown hold on

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[Music]

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hang on mr gruber we're under alien

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attack

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[Music]

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aliens everywhere

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you ain't beg that space pod

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i'm not letting you take mr gruber

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set phasers on stun

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no power

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and these aliens want to rule the

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universe

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[Music]

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[Applause]

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they're getting ready to leave

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but i'll save you mr gruber

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[Applause]

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great costume man what an awesome start

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to the science fiction convention

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convention

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there you are mr brown

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now do you understand

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contact has been established with the

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alien forces mr gruber wish mrs bird

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long life and prosperity and tell her

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not to wait up i'll be back home as soon

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as they let me down

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now that's 51 52 53 feet 54 55 56

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62 63 60

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what are you up to there

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[Music]

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i was just doing some measuring mr curry

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i found this in a corner of the attic

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it's a map of the browns and your garden

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a survey map eh yes i measured the

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browns garden at 64 feet across but the

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map says it should only be 60 feet

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[Music]

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i see

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i knew it i knew it

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[Music]

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oh hello mr curry this survey map

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confirms my long-held suspicion that the

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dividing fence is in the wrong place

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it's been put four feet inside my

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property for which i shall now be

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charging 200 pounds a month rent but

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hold on

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it's always been like that ever since

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your grandfather built it ah yes grandpa

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curry a kind of a more generous man you

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couldn't hope to meet 200 pounds a month

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for a bit of old garden ah there's this

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tool a pro-rated compound interest bill

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over the years of unlawful appropriation

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of property totaling 92 465 pounds and

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12 pence i could only have the 12 pence

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mr brown mr curry why don't you go home

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that's your attitude is it

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well we'll see about that

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right that's four feet since mr brown

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won't pay me rent i shall be occupying

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my rightful territory

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um mr brown mr curry's doing something

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in your garden

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he's playing a silly little game

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paddington just ignore him i'll try but

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he's rather hard to ignore

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[Music]

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especially when he's about to cut down

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your prized rose bushes

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what

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[Music]

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private property you can't cut my roses

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and why not they're on my side

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now

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those are my garden chairs where did you

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get them from the two shed of course

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which is also on my side

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oh and i got the lawn furniture from the

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garage

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now since only half of it is on my

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property i'll allow you to park the car

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here but i'll need a set of keys that

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does it curry i'm getting my solicitor

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by all means waste your money on

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solicitors

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thanks to that bear i've got all the

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proof i need

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i wish i'd never found that map help me

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out i think it's time i saw mr gruber he

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might know what to do

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i don't understand

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why would mr curry's grandfather build

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the fence four feet onto his own

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property mr curry did say his

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grandfather was a generous man

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excuse me

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i couldn't help overhearing but i

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delivered milk to windsor gardens when i

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was a lad

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[Music]

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you clumsy boy look you've made a

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terrible mess you either clean this up

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or i'll expect free milk and cream for a

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year

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[Music]

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oh my old man curry was neither kind nor

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generous and if he had anything to do

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with building a fence i suggest you go

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to the town hall and look at the

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official survey

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ah windsor gardens i used to play there

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when i was a girl a lovely street except

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there was one house with a most

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disagreeable man

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a mr curry i believe

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some things never change

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ah that's it may i have a copy of this

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please why of course dear

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he's gone too far this time

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barbed wire cutting my roses stealing my

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tools he even wants my car keys

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[Music]

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hmm

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oh i'm sorry mr brown mr curry i'm mr

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jones mr brown solicitor i'll have to