"The Adventures of Paddington Bear 103 - A Visit to the Bank / A Spot of Fishing / Bear's Job Week"

WildBrain - Caillou & Cartoons
8 Apr 201323:04

Summary

TLDR这段视频剧本讲述了帕丁顿熊的一系列冒险故事。帕丁顿熊离开秘鲁,独自乘船来到英格兰,在那里他遇到了布朗一家,并开始了新生活。他成为了温莎花园的宠儿,以乐于助人和乐观的态度著称。在一系列的混乱和误会中,帕丁顿熊展现了他的好奇心和直言不讳的性格,尽管麻烦总是紧随其后。他的故事充满了幽默和温馨,包括在银行存款、与退休海军上将一起捕鱼、参与社区活动以及参加化装舞会等情节。帕丁顿熊的善良和正直最终帮助解决了银行抢劫案,并赢得了化装舞会的奖项,他决定将奖金捐给利马的退休熊之家,展现了他的慷慨和对家乡的深情。

Takeaways

  • 📚 帕丁顿熊离开秘鲁独自前往英格兰,开始了新生活,并成为了温莎花园最受欢迎的儿子。
  • 🏡 帕丁顿熊总是尽力帮助他人,面对问题时从不放弃,总能找到解决问题的方法。
  • 👀 帕丁顿熊有着自己独特的观点,对一切事物都保持好奇和新鲜感。
  • 🤗 帕丁顿熊友好且有礼貌,总是尝试做正确的事情,但也会陷入困境。
  • 💰 帕丁顿熊听从露西阿姨的建议,将钱存入银行,这是一个明智的决定。
  • 🏦 帕丁顿熊的存款在弗洛伊德银行遭遇抢劫,但他的钱因为涂有果酱而未被盗走。
  • 👮‍♂️ 帕丁顿熊无意中帮助警方抓捕了银行抢劫犯,因为他的五英镑钞票上有果酱。
  • 🎣 帕丁顿熊和格鲁伯先生以及海军上将格伦迪一起在法国布列塔尼海岸捕鲭鱼。
  • 📚 格鲁伯先生计划将这次捕鱼经历写入他的书《世界及其奇迹》中。
  • 👻 帕丁顿熊在城镇大厅的化妆舞会上装扮成海盗,但因为意外而获得了最有趣的服装奖。
  • 🏆 帕丁顿熊决定将他赢得的奖金捐给利马的退休熊之家。

Q & A

  • 帕丁顿熊是如何来到英格兰的?

    -帕丁顿熊是独自离开秘鲁,乘船来到英格兰的。

  • 帕丁顿熊在英格兰遇到了谁,他们对他有什么帮助?

    -帕丁顿熊在英格兰遇到了布朗一家,他们带他回家,为他的新生活提供了开始。

  • 帕丁顿熊在温莎花园中以什么而闻名?

    -帕丁顿熊在温莎花园中以乐于助人和总是尽力帮助每个人而闻名。

  • 帕丁顿熊为什么要从银行取出所有的钱?

    -帕丁顿熊想要取出所有的钱是因为他担心银行发生了抢劫,他的钱可能会有危险。

  • 帕丁顿熊的钱有什么特别之处,为什么他会记得那张五镑钞票?

    -帕丁顿熊的钱特别之处在于有一块很大的果酱粘在上面,这使得它很容易被辨认。

  • 帕丁顿熊是如何意外地帮助警方抓到银行抢劫犯的?

    -帕丁顿熊因为想要取出自己在银行的钱而引起了一系列混乱,最终这些混乱间接帮助警方抓到了真正的银行抢劫犯。

  • 帕丁顿熊在钓鱼时遇到了什么困难?

    -帕丁顿熊在钓鱼时遇到了困难,比如如何处理渔网和鱼线,以及如何正确地使用它们。

  • 帕丁顿熊在岛上露营时发生了什么意外?

    -帕丁顿熊在岛上露营时,由于不熟悉帐篷的搭建,导致了帐篷的搭建失败,并且意外地引发了一场小火灾。

  • 帕丁顿熊在洗衣服时发生了什么意外,他是如何处理的?

    -帕丁顿熊在洗衣服时不小心将可可粉洒在了一件衬衫上,他在尝试熨烫时不小心点燃了污渍,造成了小火灾。

  • 帕丁顿熊在化妆舞会上扮演了什么角色,他的表现如何?

    -帕丁顿熊在化妆舞会上扮演了海盗,但他的服装在准备过程中被意外损坏,最终他以一个有趣的海盗形象获得了化妆舞会的一等奖。

  • 帕丁顿熊打算如何使用他在化妆舞会上获得的奖金?

    -帕丁顿熊打算将他在化妆舞会上获得的奖金全部捐给利马的退休熊之家。

Outlines

00:00

😀 帕丁顿的新生活和银行抢劫事件

帕丁顿熊离开秘鲁,独自前往英格兰,在那里他遇到了布朗一家并被他们收养。他成为了温莎花园的宠儿,因为他总是尽力帮助每个人。当问题出现时,他从不放弃,总能找到解决问题的方法。帕丁顿有自己独特的观点,对一切都充满好奇。尽管他很友好、有礼貌,并且努力做正确的事情,但他仍然会陷入困境。他因为好奇而直言不讳,但麻烦总是紧随其后。帕丁顿决定取出他在弗洛伊德银行的所有存款,但银行发生了抢劫,他的钱被偷了。在一系列的误会和混乱之后,帕丁顿帮助警方抓住了真正的小偷,并找回了被偷的钱。最后,他决定继续在弗洛伊德银行存钱,并希望有一天能用这些钱去看望他在秘鲁的露西阿姨。

05:01

🎣 帕丁顿的捕鱼冒险

帕丁顿和格鲁伯先生以及退休的格朗迪海军上将一起去法国布列塔尼海岸捕鲭鱼。格鲁伯先生计划将这次经历写进他的书《世界及其奇迹》中。尽管帕丁顿在捕鱼时遇到了一些复杂的情况,包括缠结的渔网和意外的捕获,但最终他们还是享受了一个成功的捕鱼日。之后,他们在一个岛上度过了一个轻松的下午,但帕丁顿在搭建帐篷时遇到了麻烦,导致他们可能要在岛上过夜。尽管遇到了一些挑战,但帕丁顿仍然保持着乐观,并期待着他的第一次帐篷过夜经历。

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👔 帕丁顿的洗衣工作周

帕丁顿决定在温莎花园的居民中开展“工作周”活动,以筹集慈善资金。他的第一个任务是帮助挂晾衣物。然而,由于一阵风,衣物被吹走了,包括库里先生为即将到来的化妆舞会所准备的服装。帕丁顿在尝试熨烫衣物时不小心烧坏了库里先生的海盗帽,并且他的衬衫也被弄脏了。尽管遇到了这些不幸的事件,帕丁顿仍然尽力完成他的任务,并且最终找到了替代品来修复损坏的服装。

15:04

🏆 帕丁顿的化妆舞会和意外的胜利

帕丁顿以“红胡子”的身份参加了化妆舞会,他原本打算穿着海盗服装,但由于之前的事故,他的服装被毁了。尽管如此,他仍然决定参加,并最终赢得了“最有趣服装奖”。帕丁顿决定将他的奖金捐给利马的退休熊之家。此外,库里先生也因为帕丁顿的帮助而获得了奖金。帕丁顿的善良和乐于助人的性格再次得到了展现,即使在遇到挑战和意外时,他总能找到解决问题的方法。

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Keywords

💡秘鲁

秘鲁是南美洲的一个国家,视频中提到主角从秘鲁出发,这是故事的起点,也是主角身份背景的重要信息。它与视频主题紧密相关,因为主角的起源和文化背景对他的行为和故事发展有重要影响。

💡英格兰

英格兰是主角旅行的目的地,他在这里遇到了布朗一家并开始了新生活。这个关键词体现了故事的地理转移和文化适应,是理解主角如何在新环境中找到归属感的关键。

💡布朗一家

布朗一家是故事中的重要角色,他们接纳了主角并给了他一个家。这个关键词展示了家庭和社区的重要性,以及它们如何影响主角的幸福感和身份认同。

💡温莎花园

温莎花园是主角在英格兰的新家所在地,它象征着主角新生活的开始。这个关键词与视频的主题密切相关,因为它代表了主角从陌生到熟悉的转变,以及他如何逐渐融入新社区。

💡银行抢劫

银行抢劫是视频中的一个主要情节,它不仅增加了故事的紧张感,也展示了主角在面对危机时的行动和反应。这个关键词与视频的主题相关,因为它考验了主角的勇气和智慧。

💡惠灵顿靴子

惠灵顿靴子是主角的标志性服饰,每当他穿上这双靴子时,似乎总会发生一些意外。这个关键词体现了主角的个性特点,也常常成为故事中幽默元素的来源。

💡果酱

果酱是视频中的一个有趣元素,主角的钱上粘有果酱,这个细节最终帮助解决了银行抢劫案。这个关键词展示了即使是最小的细节也可能在故事中发挥重要作用,增加了情节的复杂性和趣味性。

💡钓鱼

钓鱼是视频中的一个休闲活动,主角和其他人一起出海捕鱼,体验了不同的生活乐趣。这个关键词与视频的主题相关,因为它展示了主角对生活的热爱和对新体验的开放态度。

💡幸运

幸运是视频中反复出现的主题,主角似乎总能在困境中找到出路,这与他乐观的性格和积极的生活态度有关。这个关键词强调了积极心态对生活的影响。

💡伪装

伪装在视频中被用来增加情节的复杂性和幽默感。主角在化装舞会上的伪装引发了一系列的误会和混乱,这个关键词展示了角色之间的互动和故事的喜剧元素。

💡退休熊之家

退休熊之家是主角计划将奖品捐出的地方,体现了他的慷慨和对同胞的关怀。这个关键词与视频的主题相关,因为它展示了主角的善良和对社区的贡献。

Highlights

Paddington离开秘鲁独自前往英格兰,开始了新生活,成为温莎花园的宠儿。

Paddington总是尽最大努力帮助每个人,面对问题从不退缩。

Paddington拥有独特的视角,对一切事物都保持好奇和新鲜感。

Paddington听从Aunt Lucy的建议,将钱存入银行,这是一个明智的决定。

Paddington的钱在Floyd银行被抢,但他的五英镑纸币因涂有果酱而未被劫匪带走。

Paddington无意中帮助警方逮捕了银行抢劫犯,因为他的纸币上涂有果酱。

Paddington决定继续在Floyd银行存钱,因为Mrs Patel向他保证钱会持续增长。

Mr Gruber带Paddington去法国布列塔尼海岸捕鲭鱼,这是一次结合了航海和钓鱼的美妙体验。

Paddington在钓鱼时意外地捕获了Admiral Grundy的满载鱼的网。

在一次意外中,Paddington和其他人在一个小岛上度过了一晚,并得到了Admiral Grundy的帐篷作为纪念品。

Paddington在Mr Curry的洗衣任务中不小心损坏了Curry先生的海盗帽。

Paddington在熨烫过程中不小心烧坏了Mr Curry的衬衫,并且引发了一场小火灾。

尽管遇到了种种困难,Paddington还是决定将他在化装舞会上赢得的奖金捐给利马的退休熊之家。

Paddington以其独特的方式和乐观的态度,无论遇到什么困难,总能以积极的方式解决问题。

Paddington的善良和乐于助人的品质,使他无论走到哪里都受到人们的喜爱和尊敬。

Paddington的故事充满了幽默和温情,展示了即使在困境中,也能保持乐观和善良的力量。

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's windsor

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gardens favorite 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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you always told me to save my money for

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a rainy day aunt lucy

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so you'll be happy to know that's just

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what i've been doing

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putting all of my money in the bank was

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a very wise decision now it would always

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be safe and sound

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what robbery at floyd's bank but that's

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where my money is

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oh

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when paddington puts on his wellington

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boots there's sure to be trouble

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but turning right when he always goes

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left could mean catastrophe

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attention unit 1 proceed to floyd's bank

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in case the thieves returned to the

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scene of the crime

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hey

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possible shifty suspect spotted in front

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of the bank over

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stay where you are unit one and keep

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your eyes on him

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i had decided to withdraw all my money

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from the bank but i had to be careful

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the robbers had struck once and they

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might come back for more

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suspect took something from a suitcase

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then headed towards the bank

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oh

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can i help you i've come to see mr floyd

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well there is no mr floyd here i am mrs

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patel the bank manager may i help you

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yes i want to withdraw all of my savings

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from your bank uh please

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why don't we step into my office where

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we can talk about this mr paddington

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brown

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mr brown

02:50

may i ask you why you want to take out

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all of your money

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because of the robbery

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i see

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have you a lot of money mr brown five

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pounds

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one of our tellers can help you mr brown

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excuse me

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is there anybody there

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oh i'm terribly sorry i didn't see you

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i would like to take out all of my money

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and the interest that i've been saving

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for a rainy day

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well i'm afraid you won't keep very dry

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on this you only have 10 pence in

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interest 10 pence

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that certainly doesn't sound very

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interesting

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interesting isn't the same as interest

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now how would you like your money i'd

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like it with a five pound note please

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five pounds

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ten pence

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there must be some mistake

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this isn't the note i gave you it's got

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different numbers well sir i would think

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that your note is long gone by now

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perhaps it was stolen in the robbery

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yesterday or maybe we burned it burned

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my money burned his money i better not

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burn my money

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that's what happens to notes when they

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get worn out please my money had a large

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chunk of marmalade stuck to it but why

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would they put marmalade on his money we

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didn't put marmalade on his money

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he did and i remember your note because

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it stuck to several others so i kept it

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right here out of harm's way until the

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robbers took it then my money was stolen

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mrs bird always said to call her in an

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emergency and this was definitely an

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emergency

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suspect has entered the telephone booth

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over

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this is the emergency number where are

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you calling from please and what kind of

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help do you need

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the bank i need help at floyd's bank

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all the help you can send health is on

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the way

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finally it looked like something was

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going to go right

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emergency at floyd's bank

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i need backup over

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that's the same way paddington went this

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morning

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i'll eat my hat if he isn't up to

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something

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big happenings at floyd's back police

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have a suspect from yesterday's robbery

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in custody i knew you were up to no good

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you're nothing but a hoodlum but it was

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my five-pound note that was stolen it

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had a marmalade chunk on it well maybe

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not a robbery suspect but a bear causing

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mischief who deposited money smeared in

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marmalade officer officer i believe

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there's been a terrible mistake this is

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no hoodlum he's an upstanding citizen of

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this community you know this beer why of

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course i even opened his bank account

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for him officer there has obviously been

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a misunderstanding this bear is one of

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our customers really

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well that doesn't explain why i called

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the emergency number for help but that's

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what you're supposed to do when you need

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help not for this kind of emergency i

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was only trying to call mrs bird but a

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strange voice asked me what i needed so

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i said i needed help i'm sure he didn't

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mean to cause such a commotion

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well no but mrs bird my note was stolen

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the one with the marmalade on it

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attention all cars robbery suspect

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detained after trying to use marmalade

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defective note all cars proceed to 55a

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melbourne lane um

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terribly sorry sir

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and it looks like you may have helped

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catch the real thieves

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like i say

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bears always land on their balls

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and because of the help of one

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outstanding citizen or rather one

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outstanding bear the floyd's bank

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thieves were apprehended and the stolen

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money returned

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and to think it was because of some

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marmalade on a note

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mr brown it is with great pride that i

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can now return your note

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and thank you for putting marmalade on

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it it was very helpful if you liked mrs

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patel i could put marmalade chunks on

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all your notes uh

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no thank you mr brown i don't think that

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will be necessary i decided to keep my

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money at floyd's bank after all aunt

07:41

lucy where mrs patel assures me it will

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keep on growing and when it has i hope

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to come and visit you but mrs bird says

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with only five pounds ten pence it may

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be a while before i do adios

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i was very excited when mr gruber told

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me we would be going mackerel fishing

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off the coast of brittany in france

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i like fishing the ocean and sailing and

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couldn't believe my luck that i would

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soon be doing all three at the same time

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mr gruber made friends with a retired

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admiral admiral grundy who now lived and

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fished for mackerel in france mr gruber

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would use our experience in his book the

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world and its wonders

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mr gruber very kindly bought me some oil

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skins that's what they call rain pants

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but i don't think the shop had many bear

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customers

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ahoy mr brown

08:43

shiver me timbers what's this expecting

08:46

a gale bear

08:47

shiver your timbers admiral grundy

08:52

but all the boards on your boat are

08:54

still stuck together

08:56

i think the admiral is admiring your new

08:59

oil skins

09:02

thank you admiral grundy

09:04

paddington bear ready for duty admiral

09:08

stand by forward

09:11

stand on my forearms aye aye captain

09:14

what's the birdie

09:16

watch the birdie

09:18

aye aye captain splice the main brace

09:21

hoist the mainsail

09:24

yes you're right i am having trouble

09:26

with my braces

09:29

but this should help

09:47

why don't you cast off mr brown

09:51

where's that young bear fellow of yours

09:53

got to gruber don't tell me he's fallen

09:56

overboard

09:57

mr brown

09:59

are you there

10:00

yes i am mr gruber

10:03

well

10:04

right here

10:05

are you all right well actually

10:08

no

10:09

good creep

10:11

he's got himself hoisted to me mass

10:15

there now i've got you thank you mr

10:17

gruber

10:19

i had never thought that fishing could

10:21

be quite so complicated

10:23

what with all the nets and lines

10:27

but luckily admiral grundy was there to

10:29

show us all we needed to know

10:32

always make sure your nets aren't

10:34

tangled when you throw them over

10:41

and please always make sure there aren't

10:44

any bears in them too

10:46

admiral grundy put me on untangling the

10:48

nets duty mostly because i had done the

10:51

tangling

10:53

now

10:54

for the big moment

10:56

the thing about fishing is that you

10:58

never know what you're going to catch

11:00

and sometimes that's just as well

11:04

admiral grundy decided to give me the

11:06

very important job of fishing with a

11:08

line and a pin

11:14

was not about to let my first catch of

11:16

the day get away from me

11:22

oh but i had caught one of admiral

11:24

grundy's nets

11:26

full of fish flying fish it would appear

11:29

hold on mr brown i'm doing my best mr

11:32

gruber watch out below

11:42

now that's what i call the catch of the

11:44

day good work mates

11:47

after our success at fishing admiral

11:49

grundy decided to treat us to a relaxing

11:52

afternoon on an island

11:54

splendid

11:55

we'll set up my tent in case anyone

11:57

wants to take a nap in the shade

12:01

now

12:02

don't forget to tie up there

12:05

thank you for reminding me

12:16

shiver me timbers i forgot my beach

12:18

chair

12:21

it's a drift

12:23

ships are trapped

12:25

didn't you tie up

12:28

oh dear i thought you meant this end of

12:30

it

12:31

the years at sea

12:32

never lost the ship yet let alone being

12:35

marooned what a crew oh it's all right

12:40

mr brown we'll think of something to get

12:42

us out of this huh

12:45

but for now we better get ready to spend

12:47

the night out here

12:49

uber you click firewood paddington your

12:52

intent duty with me

12:54

aye aye captain

12:57

while admiral grundy was grumbling at

12:59

the prospect of spending a cold night on

13:01

the windswept island can't believe it

13:04

ship adrift what will people in the

13:06

village say i was quite excited i had

13:09

never spent a night in a tent before

13:14

but this one looked rather small to fit

13:16

three people

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oh

13:24

that's it bear i'll set the poles and

13:26

you tie the guy ropes and hammer in the

13:28

stakes and be careful with your knots

13:30

don't want it blowing off as soon as we

13:32

get inside i had no idea what a guy road

13:35

was and i couldn't see any stake but if

13:37

there's one thing bears are good at it's

13:39

hammering

13:41

shake your leg

13:48

tie it up it isn't easy with pause it's

13:51

time for drastic action

13:58

what happened to the tent i think i must

14:01

have got my guy ropes crossed by mistake

14:03

then admiral grundy told me to shake my

14:05

leg and where is the admiral

14:09

he told me to tie it off oh no

14:16

oh

14:17

what's the meaning of this hello

14:20

i saw mr libelle signal for help what

14:23

signal for help mr levere was waving in

14:25

distress so i came to the rescue come it

14:29

is getting late

14:30

i wonder mr brown about what mr gruber

14:34

if it's just you

14:36

or if all bears are born under a lucky

14:39

star

14:40

don't forget me

14:44

mr gruber says our spot of fishing will

14:47

make an excellent chapter in his book

14:49

and the admiral gave me his tent as a

14:51

souvenir

14:52

he said he would never be able to sleep

14:54

in it again

14:55

but i can't think how i'm going to get

14:57

it into my scrapbook

15:03

one morning i stopped outside mr

15:05

gruber's shop when something very

15:07

strange happened it was a lovely sunny

15:09

day and yet

15:12

excuse me that was my nose and what are

15:15

you doing to mr gruber's window

15:18

it's job week job week well i hope mr

15:21

gruber knows he won't be very pleased if

15:23

you drip on his customers it's all right

15:25

mr brown

15:27

people give the scouts all jobs to do

15:29

and pay them what they think it's worth

15:31

the money all goes to charity charity it

15:35

would be nice to send some money to aunt

15:37

lucy but i don't suppose they have bears

15:39

in the scouts

15:40

i shouldn't let that stop you you must

15:42

have been a cop once you could have your

15:44

own job week

15:45

job week for bears what a good idea

15:48

excuse me everyone i must go and see mrs

15:51

bird

15:52

goodbye mr brown take care

15:56

oh you missed a bit here it's a

15:59

it's a marmalade chunk

16:02

a job hmm

16:04

what would be a safe job for paddington

16:07

i don't mind earning danger money mrs

16:09

bird i was thinking more of the safety

16:11

of the house oh i've always felt very

16:13

safe here at 32 windsor gardens mrs bird

16:16

i've got just the job you can hang this

16:18

lot on the clothesline and when they're

16:20

dry i can iron them if you like

16:24

i'd like to see that

16:26

the day i let paddington near an iron

16:30

i wanted to do a particularly good job

16:32

with the laundry

16:33

so mrs bird would find me other jobs

16:38

wind is very good for drying clothes but

16:41

makes it difficult to have

16:44

wow

16:48

bear

16:49

where do you think you're going

16:51

mind my leg

16:53

oh dear mr curry

16:55

the ends come off it's meant to it's

16:58

part of my costume for tonight's fancy

17:00

dress contest to the town hall

17:02

i'm going as long john silver the famous

17:05

pirate i expect to win first prize

17:09

i shouldn't bother with that ghost

17:10

costume if i were you oh this isn't a

17:13

costume it's laundry i'm sorry for

17:16

knocking you over mr curry but if you'll

17:18

excuse me i must start on the ironing

17:20

mrs bird lets you

17:22

do iron

17:24

well she did say she'd like to see me do

17:26

it

17:27

come come my dear bear i've got a little

17:30

job for you

17:32

do i get paid extra for the frills heyd

17:35

what are you babbling about it's bear's

17:38

job weak mr curry

17:39

well

17:40

bears job week

17:42

it's bad enough having scouts knocking

17:44

on everybody's door

17:46

i may give you something if you do a

17:48

good job

17:50

on the other hand i may not

17:52

make sure the iron's hot

17:55

but not too hot otherwise you'll damage

17:58

the material and i shall have to charge

18:01

you

18:02

now i have to see mr gruber about a

18:04

sword and bear see what you can do about

18:07

an eye patch and a parrot

18:09

you bring my pirate costume and my

18:11

perfectly iron shirt to the town hall

18:18

i was feeling thirsty so while the iron

18:20

was heating up some more i thought i

18:22

would go home and fetch a thermos of

18:23

cocoa

18:25

sorry i can't help you mrs bird i've got

18:26

a job for mr curry

18:28

getting any money out of mr curry will

18:31

be a job in itself

18:33

mr curry said he needed an eye patch but

18:36

i thought a pirate should always have a

18:37

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