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

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12 Jun 201923:03

Summary

TLDRالنص يحكي قصة小熊 بينجتون، الذي يبدأ حياة جديدة في إنجلترا بعد مغادرته من بيرو. يلتقي بينجتون بعائلة براون ويصبح ابنهم، وهو دائمًا يحاول مساعدة الآخرين وإيجاد حلول للمشاكل. يعيش العديد من المواقف المشوقة، مثل المشاكل المتعلقة بالطوفي والمشاكل الجسدية التي يعاني منها. يحاول بينجتون الانضمام إلى الخدمة العسكرية الأميركية، ولكن يجد نفسه في ال终結ة غير المتوقعة. في النهاية، يحاول بينجتون الشراء من أسهم شركة النفط، ولكن يجد أنه قد أُغتال في معاملة مضللة. ومع ذلك، يتمكن في النهاية من التخلص من المشتبه به في الصفقة الغير قانونية واستعادة أمواله.

Takeaways

  • 🧳 **Paddington小熊独自离开秘鲁前往英格兰,开始了新生活。**
  • 🏠 **他遇见了Brown一家,他们带他回家,现在他成为了家庭的一员。**
  • 🤗 **Paddington乐于助人,总是尽力帮助每个人。**
  • 🕺 **面对问题时,他从不气馁,总能找到解决问题的方法。**
  • 👀 **他看待事物有自己独特的视角,总是像看新事物一样看待一切。**
  • 👍 **他友好、有礼貌,并努力做正确的事情。**
  • 😓 **尽管如此,他还是会陷入困境,就像其他人一样。**
  • 🗣️ **他好奇且直言不讳,但麻烦总是紧随其后。**
  • 🍬 **Granny Green制作的老式黄油太妃糖非常特别。**
  • 🚑 **Paddington因为吃了太妃糖而感到肚子痛,不得不叫救护车。**
  • 🏥 **在医院,他被诊断出患有“大步跳跃太妃糖病”。**
  • 🧸 **Paddington的毛皮因为太妃糖粘在一起,需要医生帮助。**
  • 🚗 **Brown先生和Gruber先生误以为自己加入了美国军队,实际上是一个误会。**
  • 🎁 **Paddington用自己的钱做圣诞节购物,但后来发现被Jim the Dandy骗了。**
  • 💸 **他用所有的圣诞购物钱买了所谓的Portobello石油公司的股票。**
  • 📈 **在股票交易所,Paddington试图交换他的不良股票。**
  • 👮‍♂️ **最终,Paddington帮助警方抓住了Jim the Dandy,一个卖假股票的骗子。**
  • 📒 **他总是把数字记在笔记本上,这是他从Aunt Lucy那里学到的习惯。**

Q & A

  • كيف تغيرت حياة بينغتون بعد مغادرته من بيرو ورحلةه إلى إنجلترا؟

    -بعد مغادرة بيرو ورحلةه إلى إنجلترا بمفرده، تعرفت بينغتون على عائلة براون التي استقبلته وأخذته إلى منزلهم، وبدأت حياة جديدة حيث أصبح ابنًا لهم.

  • ما هي ميزة فريدة لبيبينغتون؟

    -بيبينغتون يمتلك نقطة نظر فريدة، ينظر إلى كل شيء كأنها جديدة، ويُعتبر دائمًا لطيفًا ومحترمًا ويحاول أن يفعل الأمور بشكل صحيح.

  • ماذا حدث عندما حاول بينغتون مساعدة في تحضير الحلوى؟

    -حصلت الأمور في مأزق عندما حاول بينغتون مساعدة في تحضير الحلوى، ونتيجة لخطأه، أدى إلى تثبيت الحلوى بشكل خاطئ مما أدى إلى مشاكل.

  • لماذا تسببت محاولات بينغتون في تحضير الحلوى مشاكل في المطبخ؟

    -تسببت محاولات بينغتون في تحضير الحلوى في تثبيت الحلوى بشكل غير صحيح حول المطبخ، مما أدى إلى تصوير المكان بألوان الحلوى.

  • ماذا حدث بعد أن أكل بينغتون قطعة من الحلوى؟

    -بعد أن أكل بينغتون قطعة من الحلوى التي حطها خارج الشكل، أصيب بألم في المعده لأن الحلوى قد أصبحت كتلة صلبة داخل بطنه.

  • ماذا حدث بعد زيارتهم المستشفى؟

    -بعد زيارتهم المستشفى، تم تشخيص بينغتون بحالة تسمى "great galloping toffee drops"، وتم إجراء لقاح لإزالة الكتلة الصلبة من بطنه.

  • ماذا حدث عندما حاول البراون الانضمام إلى الجولة السياحية؟

    -في محاولة البراون للانضمام إلى الجولة السياحية، انضما بالخطأ إلى الجيش الأمريكي، ولكن في النهاية تم إخراجهم بشرف ومنحهم سيارة جي普 للمساعدة في استكشاف أمريكا.

  • كيف تعاملت الأحداث مع بينغتون خلال الأحداث؟

    -الأحداث تعاملت مع بينغتون بطريقة تشويقية، حيث تعرض للعديد من المواقف المشوقة والخታ، ولكن دائمًا يجد بينغتون طريقة للخروج من المواقف الصعبة.

  • ماذا تعني عبارة ".life is full of ups and downs" في النص؟

    -هذه العبارة تشير إلى أن الحياة مليئة بivolations وvicissitudes، مما يعني أن الحياة مليئة بالأحداث الإيجابية والسلبية، والنجاحات والفشلات.

  • لماذا تغيرت الخطة لبيبينغتون و-animate من التسوق إلى الشراء من شركة البترول المزيفة؟

    -تغيرت الخطة لأن بينغتون سقط في م圈خ وهو يخرج من البنك، و Rencontred mr dandy الذي قاد له إلى الشراء من شركة البترول المزيفة، думаjąc أنه يمكن أن يصبح غنيًا.

  • ماذا فعل بينغتون بعد أن علم أن السهم الذي اشترى هو مزيف؟

    -بعد أن علم بينغتون أن السهم الذي اشترى هو مزيف، حاول تبادل السهم المزيف بسهم صالح في البورصة، ولكن في النهاية تم الكشف عن mr dandy و عاد له المال.

Outlines

00:00

😀 Paddington's Adventures in England

This paragraph introduces Paddington, a bear who has traveled from Peru to England on his own. He is taken in by the Browns, who treat him like family. Paddington is portrayed as a helpful and friendly character who always tries to do his best and finds solutions to problems. However, he also gets into trouble, such as eating toffee and causing a mess in the kitchen, which leads to a humorous situation involving an ambulance and a hospital visit.

05:02

😅 Paddington's Misadventures at the Hospital

Paddington's stomach pain from eating toffee leads to a chaotic hospital scene. The Browns, mistakenly believing they have enlisted in the U.S. Army, find themselves in a military setting where they are given tasks and uniforms. The confusion escalates, and Paddington ends up undergoing surgery for his 'great galloping toffee drops'. The situation is resolved with humor, and Paddington is given an honorable discharge along with a jeep to explore America.

10:04

😓 Paddington's Army Mix-Up

The Browns, along with Mr. Gruber, find themselves in a series of mishaps after being mistaken for army recruits. They are given various tasks by a drill sergeant, including cleaning a gate and running a 10-mile course. Paddington and Mr. Gruber struggle with the tasks, leading to further confusion and a decision to leave before they get paid. The paragraph ends with them stopping a theft of military vehicles and receiving honorable discharges and a jeep as a reward.

15:05

😒 Paddington and the Bogus Shares

Paddington, while doing his Christmas shopping, is scammed by a trickster named Jim the Dandy, who sells him shares in a non-existent oil company. Paddington unknowingly uses the money intended for Christmas presents to buy these shares. After learning of the scam, Paddington and Mr. Gruber attempt to rectify the situation. Eventually, Paddington's innocent actions lead to the capture of Jim the Dandy, and Paddington's money is returned to him.

20:07

😌 Paddington's Honesty Prevails

The final paragraph wraps up the story with Paddington's honesty leading to the capture of a scammer. Paddington's paw print on a banknote serves as a clue that helps the police track down Jim the Dandy. The authorities commend Paddington for his role in solving the case and return his money. The story ends on a positive note, with Paddington being praised for his integrity and the suggestion that more people like him could help catch thieves.

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Keywords

💡Paddington

Paddington هي الشخصية الرئيسية في النص، وهو دب صغير يعيش في إنجلترا. يتميز بسلوكه الطيب والشجاعة، ويعمل دائمًا بجد لمساعدة الآخرين. يمثل الشخصية الأساسية في قصة الفيديو، ويُعد مثالًا على الروح الإيجابية والإيجابية.

💡Granny Green

Granny Green هي شخصية تشير إلى نوعية الحلوى المميزة التي تصنعها. في الفيديو، تحاول Granny Green إعداد حلوى التوفي، والتي تصبح مشكلة بسبب الأخطاء التقنية. الشخصية تمثل التقليد والartisanship في صناعة الحلوى.

💡Sticky Messes

Sticky Messes يشير إلى المواقف الصعبة أو الفوضوية التي يقع فيها Paddington. في الفيديو، يحصل Paddington في مشاكل عدة بسبب تفاعلاته مع الآخرين ومحاولاته الخيرية، مما يظهر مدى شغفه بالمساعدة وتأثيره السلبي أحيانًا.

💡Toffee

التوفي هو الحلوى الرئيسية في الأحداث المصورة في الفيديو. تحاول Granny Green تحضير التوفي، ولكن الأمور تصبح معقدة بسبب الأخطاء. التوفي يمثل المتعة والنكسات اللذيذة في الحياة.

💡Hospital

المستشفى هو المكان الذي يذهب إليه Paddington بسبب الألم في بطنه بسبب الخطأ في تناول التوفي. يشير المستشفى إلى الضرورة في المساعدة الطبية في المواقف الطارئة، ويظهر القلق والقلق من قبل الشخصيات الأخرى.

💡Jeep

الجيب هو المركبة التي يحاول Mr. Brown وMr. Gruber قيادةها في محاولة للسفر. يشير الجيب إلى الرحلة وال探險، ولكن في السيناريو يصبح مصدر للضجيج والأخطاء ال荒谬.

💡United States Army

الجيش الأمريكي هو المنظمة التي ينضم إليها Mr. Brown وMr. Gruber بشكل غير مقصود. يشير إلى الأخطاء ال荒谬 والظروف غير المتوقعة التي قد تواجه الشخص في حياته، وتأثيرها على الأحداث التالية.

💡Stocks and Shares

أوراق السهم والأسهم هي العناصر الاقتصادية الرئيسية في الأحداث الأخيرة من الفيديو. تحاول Paddington الاستفادة من مشاركاته في السوق المالي، ولكن يقع في فخ debido للتعامل مع م欺客. يمثل ال SHARES التحديات المتعلقة بالثقة والأمانة في المعاملات الماليّة.

💡Jim the Dandy

Jim the Dandy هو الشخصية الظالمة التي تحاول خداعه Paddington في شراء أسهم غير صالحة. يمثل الشخصية الظالمة والخيانة في المجتمع، ويظهر التأثير السلبي لمثل هذه الشخصيات على الآخرين.

💡Christmas Shopping

التسوق لعيد الميلاد هو النشاط الذي يمارسه Paddington في محاولة لجمع الهدايا. يشير إلى الروح الolidays والرغبة في إعطاء الآخرين، ولكن يصبح مصدر للمشاكل بسبب التعامل مع Jim the Dandy.

💡Aunt Lucy

العمة لوسي هي شخصية تشير إلى القيم التقليدية والنصائح الحكيمة. تشير إلى تعليمات العائلة والقيم الشخصية التي يتعلمها Paddington، والتي تؤثر على سلوكه وقراراته.

Highlights

Paddington leaves Peru and sails to England alone, where he is taken in by the Browns, beginning a new life as their son.

Paddington's character is defined by his helpfulness, problem-solving skills, and optimistic outlook.

Despite his good intentions, Paddington often finds himself in sticky situations, showcasing his resilience and adaptability.

Granny Green's toffee-making scene leads to a humorous disaster, highlighting Paddington's innocent curiosity and the ensuing chaos.

Paddington's stomach pain after eating Granny Green's toffee leads to a mock emergency, revealing the community's care for him.

The Browns and Mr. Gruber mistakenly enlist in the U.S. Army, leading to a series of comedic misunderstandings.

Paddington's resourcefulness is evident when he manages to get the family discharged from the army with a jeep as a reward.

Paddington's encounter with a trickster named Mr. Dandy and the subsequent adventure to rectify the situation demonstrates his integrity.

The incident with the Portobello Oil Company shares and Mr. Dandy's deceit is a cautionary tale about financial gullibility.

Paddington's shopping spree on credit, based on the promise of future profits from the shares, shows his trust in others and optimism.

Mr. Gruber's wisdom about the stock exchange and the nature of shares provides an educational moment within the narrative.

Paddington's innocent mistake of leaving oily marks on money inadvertently aids in catching the con artist, Jim the Dandy.

The community's response to Paddington's predicament, from the police to Mrs. Jones, illustrates a supportive and just society.

Paddington's habit of writing down numbers in his notebook plays a crucial role in solving the problem with the bad shares.

The story concludes with Paddington's money being returned, emphasizing the theme of honesty and the importance of community.

Paddington's belief in a 'fur fairy' adds a whimsical touch to the narrative, showcasing his imaginative and hopeful nature.

The various misadventures highlight the importance of critical thinking and the value of kindness and honesty.

Transcripts

00:02

left peru and sailed to england alone

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there he met the browns and they took

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him home

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now a new life has begun he

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is son

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cause he always does his best to help

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everyone

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when a problem appears he never misses a

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beat

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and always finds a way to land on his

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feet

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has his very own unique point of view

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looks at everything as if it's brand new

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he is friendly and polite and he tries

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to do things right

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but he gets in sticky messes just the

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same

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he's curious and speaks his mind but

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trouble's never far behind it's

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paddington

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[Music]

01:04

what a lovely afternoon

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i do hope paddington is enjoying himself

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he told me he was going to read a book

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this afternoon really i'm not sure i

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like the sound of that

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he told me he'd be watching television

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there's nothing in this world like

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granny green smooth silky delicate

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old-fashioned butter toffee

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you can say that again mrs green mine's

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nothing like it

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[Music]

01:44

what's that peculiar smell

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smells like trouble if you ask me

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now

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pull the delectable coffee into a

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waiting sauce

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don't mind if it's a little sticky

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just let it ooze

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isn't that wonderful it's not wonderful

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it's stuck

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yummy yummy

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now get your spoon

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you'll want to taste your toffee

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hmm

02:19

my toffee wasn't anything like granny

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green's and i didn't know how she cooked

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things so quickly and don't forget our

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delicious golden brown apple pie to have

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with our toffee

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here's one i prepared earlier

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now she tells me

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i can hear voices

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oh i just wish i had brought the key

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i think we better try the back

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[Music]

02:47

[Applause]

02:49

i door see a thing the window's all

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fogged up

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it looks awfully hard mrs green go on

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have a little taste

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it doesn't matter if it hasn't hardened

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yet it's so delicious and silky and soft

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oh

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now

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hurry back to your other part and give

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it a stir before it gets the chance to

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set

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open that door oh

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oh this just won't do

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[Music]

03:39

what on earth is going on

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this

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this is a catastrophe it's not a

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catastrophe mrs bird it's granny green's

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toffee

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toffee

03:49

it looks more like henry's carpentry

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glue i'm afraid it is a bit thick granny

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green said now pour your second pot of

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toffee into a saucepan before it hardens

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and we can begin our third recipe

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granny green's delectable lemon meringue

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pie

04:08

oh

04:08

not in this kitchen granny green

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i've never seen such a mess there's

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toffee everywhere i suggest a certain

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young bear had better get a scrubbing

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brush

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[Music]

04:25

oh paddington is something wrong oh

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i've got a pain in my stomach you

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haven't been eating this stuff have you

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ow

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uh mrs green told me to so i ate the

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piece i chiseled out

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chiseled out no wonder you've got a pain

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the toffee's probably set in a hard lump

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in your stomach

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now let's get you to the sofa where

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you'll be more comfy

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ow ow

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ow

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that's it i'm calling an ambulance an

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ambulance i've never been in one of

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those before

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[Music]

05:02

poor young mr brown he didn't look too

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good to me

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i better tell mr gruber and get him to

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spread the word

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we're on our way standby to receive

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patients suffering from severe stomach

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pains over that's quite enough of that

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this is an emergency of your best

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surgeon standing by

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over and out at you

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faster

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in an ambulance i'm just on my way with

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the others to the hospital

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clear the way

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emergency

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stop

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i will be the judge of whether this is

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an emergency

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before the patient is admitted i must

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take his blood pressure

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oh he's all fairy

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get him into intensive care at once and

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call some water mccarran

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tell him it's an emergency

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[Music]

06:11

ah mr paddington brown i presume i am

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some ottoman cataway i understand your

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problem is abdominal pain why yes it is

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an abominable pain and it's in my

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stomach uh of course

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straighten out your legs please i'm

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afraid i can't so mortimer ouch hmm and

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does it hurt when i do this now uh this

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uh this

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scissors

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don't you mean scalp also mortimer no i

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do not and someone fetch me some shaving

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cream and eraser quickly

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doctor shouldn't we first put the bear

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um i mean the patient under under i'd

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rather not go under the table i'm fine

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up here thank you

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i shall never forgive myself if anything

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happens to that bear i don't know what

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his aunt lucy will have to say

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[Music]

07:10

as quickly as we could he's still in

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emergency surgery

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he's been diagnosed with a rather sticky

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situation in the midriff

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that prevents proper locomotion

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the name of the disease is

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great galloping toffee drops in shot a

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bad case of the granny greens

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look at my scar everyone the toffee had

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dried and stuck my fur together so i

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couldn't stand up until some mortimer

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cut it off you're all right

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and what will you do with that fur

07:45

paddington put it in your scrapbook as a

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memento

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oh no i'm gonna put it under my pillow

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under your pillow whatever for

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everybody's heard of the tooth fairy so

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who knows there could be one who looks

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after fur

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[Music]

08:04

perhaps renting this car wasn't such a

08:06

bargain after all mr gruber i'm afraid

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you're right mr brown

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at a dollar a day

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i think they may have seen us coming

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well

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at least we've reached civilization

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i shall try to get some assistance in

08:27

that garage

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see the world for free

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that's just what we need to research mr

08:34

gruber's book the world in its wonders

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i think i'll inquire about this holiday

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tour

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now where did mr brown get to

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mr gruber we've struck lucky at last we

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not only get to see the world for free

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but they promise to pay us all about

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hurry mr gruber the tour's leaving

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all right the tour is now departing

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i just had to sign a few forms and they

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gave me these brochures

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they have places to stay all over the

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world

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[Music]

09:21

oh dear mr brown i think i know why

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we've enlisted in the united states army

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[Music]

09:35

what's that but it seemed perfect for

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your book mr gruber who no recruits

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privates brown and gruber

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could you please direct us to our rooms

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we'd like a nice hot bath after our

09:47

journey and please could we have a plate

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of marmalade sandwiches sent up

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marmalade sandwiches

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this ain't no holiday camp arms out one

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pair of fatigues one pair of boots one

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helmet one canteen one gas mask mr brown

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this gentleman believes that we have

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enlisted in the united states army i'm

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sure once he's heard our explanation he

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will gladly accept our apologies

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i'm not a gentleman i'm your drill

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sergeant and the only thing i'll gladly

10:18

accept is that you get in a uniform call

10:21

me sir and

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get to work with these

10:26

yes sir

10:30

i want every speck of rust scrubbed off

10:32

that gate

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every hinge oiled i want it as shiny as

10:38

a mirror and as quiet as a mouse you got

10:40

that soldier but my squeak mr sergeant

10:43

and

10:44

you come mr brown

10:47

by the time we'd finished we'd worn away

10:49

most of the bristles on our brushes we

10:51

were getting a bit bored with the whole

10:52

thing

10:55

hey i used to be quite good at this as a

10:56

kid go ahead your turn

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[Music]

11:01

i win

11:02

sir hey backed up barracks you got a

11:06

10-mile run of dawn

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[Music]

11:20

oh is this little run too hard on

11:22

private brown

11:23

it's a bit difficult when your boots

11:24

don't fit look

11:27

anything else bothering you you just

11:29

tell your old serger

11:31

but now that you mention it the

11:32

marmalade at breakfast this morning was

11:34

rather thin i prefer the chunky variety

11:38

you'll get no marmalade thinner

11:40

otherwise unless you finish this run and

11:42

hustle down to the obstacle course now

11:48

oh

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[Music]

11:51

how was it mr gruber

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oh oh

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oh dear next to

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go

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[Music]

12:08

go no no you're doing it all wrong

12:12

never in all my years of mold and rory

12:15

crew to the decent soldiers have i come

12:17

across such a bungling wandering barrett

12:24

oh

12:25

i'm putting you on all night sentry duty

12:28

and you can keep him company

12:32

if we could just explain to the sergeant

12:35

that our being here has all been a

12:36

dreadful mistake

12:38

it would be a pity to leave before we

12:40

get paid

12:43

what was that

12:51

bolt who goes where um there

12:58

oh

12:59

we are

13:00

gotta get this jeep to the garage why

13:03

don't you use the front gate um it's uh

13:06

it's kind of rusty squeaks a lot uh we

13:09

didn't want to wake anybody up that's

13:11

very kind of you but last night mr

13:13

gruber and i

13:15

goodness me time to be going a century's

13:18

work is never done

13:22

those men are up to no good mr brown

13:24

keep an eye on them while i fetch the

13:26

sergeant if necessary you must try to

13:28

stall

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[Music]

13:39

[Music]

13:41

mr sergeant

13:44

sir

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[Music]

13:47

what hey

13:49

weren't you out on sentry duty

13:51

please forgive my disturbing you but

13:54

some men are stealing jeeps

13:56

i've left mr brown in charge you've done

13:59

what are you mad there's no telling what

14:02

he'll do

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[Music]

14:21

[Applause]

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[Music]

14:27

when you got something that needs done

14:29

when you've got something that gets done

14:31

go ask private pad in time

14:35

[Music]

14:37

the united states army thanks you for

14:40

stopping the theft of military vehicles

14:43

and here

14:44

are honorable discharges since you're

14:46

both citizens of the united kingdom and

14:49

to help you explore the wonders of

14:51

america

14:52

your very own

14:54

jeep perhaps we should join the navy

14:56

next mr gruber maybe they'll give us a

14:58

vote

14:58

[Music]

15:04

i don't know who first said that life is

15:06

full of ups and downs but whoever it was

15:09

they certainly knew what they were

15:10

talking about oops

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pardon me

15:17

i believe this is yours

15:20

cc32973296

15:23

yes that's mine thank you very much i've

15:25

only just taken it out of the bank glad

15:27

to be of service

15:29

and if i may be so bold

15:31

where are you off to on this fine june

15:33

morning i'm doing my christmas shopping

15:35

while the summer sales are on it's

15:37

something i learned from my aunt lucy

15:40

what would you say if i told you that by

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christmas you could be rich rich

15:46

allow me to introduce myself

15:48

dandy's the name stocks and shares of my

15:51

game

15:52

those few pounds you've taken out of the

15:54

bag could grow into much more just think

15:56

of the christmas presents you could buy

15:59

now

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what do you think you were just sitting

16:02

in

16:04

a puddle of oil

16:06

oh quite right but that oil isn't simply

16:09

lying there

16:12

it's seeping up through the ground

16:14

any day now it's gonna start pouring out

16:21

anyone who buys shares in the portobello

16:23

oil company will become rich

16:26

now if i could just have your name and

16:28

address it's paddington brown and i'm

16:30

from 32 windsor gardens

16:33

but this says 25 pounds and i've only

16:35

taken out 20 pounds any more and i'd

16:38

have to close my account tell you what

16:40

i'll let you buy a share on credit give

16:43

me what you have and you can pay me the

16:44

rest later that's very kind mr dandy but

16:48

what about my shopping my aunt lucy

16:50

taught me i'm sure the shops around here

16:52

will trust you to pay when your money

16:54

rolls in

16:55

what a good idea

16:57

[Music]

16:59

be sure to keep this under your hat

17:01

until the oil draws arrive

17:06

[Music]

17:07

mr dandy was right all the shop owners

17:10

said i could pay for the gifts as soon

17:11

as i received the money from the oil

17:13

shares i'm sorry i'm late mr gruber i've

17:15

been doing my christmas shopping not

17:17

spending all your money i trust you

17:19

should always leave some bye for a rainy

17:21

day i put mine by for an oily day

17:25

it's funny you should say that i've just

17:27

been reading about a trickster called

17:29

jim the dandy

17:31

it seems he has been selling bad shares

17:34

in something called the portobello oil

17:36

company

17:38

[Music]

17:41

a fool and his money are soon

17:44

everyone knows shares are sold at the

17:46

stock exchange not in the portobello

17:49

road

17:50

bad shares

17:52

the stock exchange

17:55

yes that jim the dandy sounds like a

17:58

nasty piece of work

18:02

there is only one thing worse than

18:05

selling something that isn't there to

18:07

sell

18:08

and that is buying something and not

18:11

paying for it

18:16

the portobello oil company

18:19

oh no

18:21

it may not be a good share but it's all

18:23

i have

18:25

and i gave mr dandy all my christmas

18:27

present money

18:30

poor prince

18:33

hmm

18:34

have you left your mark on everything

18:36

you've touched today