Paddington Gets His Money's Worth/Drive Bear Drive/Paddington Delivers the Goods

Simon Berry The Classical Music Fan
29 Jul 202223:04

Summary

TLDRهذا النص يحكي قصة مثيرة حول بيرينغتون، الدب الوديع، وكيف يحاول يساعد الناس ويحل المشاكل. يصف النص أيضًا مغامراته مع جوناثان وكيف يجدوا كوميك قديمًا قد يستحق البيع في معرض الكوميكس. كما يشجع النص على الاهتمام بالأحداث الثقافية والاجتماعية، مثل الاحتفاء بالمناسبات الشخصية وأهمية الاحتفاء بالتقاليد والتقاليد. يتضمن النص أيضًا قصة مغامرة لشخصين آخرين يحاولان التوجه إلى مكان مثير للاهتمام ولكنهم يواجهون العديد من العقبات. يحتوي النص على عناصر من الضحك والإيجابية والإيجابية، مما يجعله مثيرًا للاهتمام.

Takeaways

  • 🤔 **التفكير الجاد**: يظهر النص أن الشخصية الرئيسية لديه نقوش فريدة تجاه الأمور، ينظر إلى كل شيء كأنها جديدة.
  • 👍 **السلوك الحسن**: يُعد الشخصية الأساسية لطيفًا ومودحاً ويحاول أن يفعل الأمور بشكل صحيح، بالرغم من أنه يقع في مشاكل عادة.
  • 🕵️‍♂️ **الفضول**: يُظهر الشخصية الأساسية شغفًا بالفضول ويتحدث بحرية رأيه، مما يتسبب أحيانًا في مشاكل.
  • 📚 **الاهتمام بالمواضيع الثقافية**: يُشير إلى وجود اجتماع للكتب الرسومية، مما يُشير إلى الاهتمام بالمواضيع الثقافية والثقافية.
  • 💰 **القيمة المالية**: يُشير إلى قيمة بعض الكتب الرسومية القديمة، مثل أول نسخة من بوستر بوب، التي يُقال أنها تباع بقيمة ألف جنيه.
  • 🎨 **الثراء الثقافي**: يُشير إلى وجود معارضين يرتدون ملابس خاصة لجذب الجمهور، مما يُظهر ثراء الثقافة والأزياء.
  • 🤝 **التعاون**: يُشير إلى الشخصية الأساسية الرغبة في التعاون مع الآخرين، مثل الاقتراح لـ مستر كوري لأداء بعض المهام البسيطة مقابل الكتب الرسومية.
  • 🌍 **السفر والاستكشاف**: يُشير إلى رحلة مثيرة للشخصية الأساسية مع布朗، حيث يبحثون عن مكان مثير للاهتمام لكتابهم حولonders في العالم.
  • 👓 **المشاكل الشخصية**: يُظهر مستر غروبر مشاكله الشخصية، مثل فقدان نظاراته، والتي تؤثر على رحلته وقدرة على قيادة المركبة.
  • 🎉 **الاحتفالات الشخصية**: يُشير إلى أهمية الاحتفالات الشخصية مثل عيد الزواج، وكيف يُحاول الشخصية الأساسية تزويديها بالذكر والاحتفاء.
  • 🎼 **الموسيقى**: يُشير إلى أهمية الموسيقى في النص، سواء كجزء من الأحداث الشخصية مثل عيد الزواج، أو كجزء من الأحداث الثقافية مثل حفل ريكاردو مونتي بروم.

Q & A

  • (paddington) ما هي الأغنية التي تعزفها الموسيقى في بداية النص؟

    -النص لم يشير بدقة إلى اسم الأغنية أو الأغنية التي تعزفها، بل استخدم فقط [Music] لوصف وجود الموسيقى.

  • (paddington) من يحاول السيطرة على العالم في قصة الكرتون؟

    -الدكتور فيبر يحاول السيطرة على العالم في قصة الكرتون.

  • (paddington) ما هي الوسيلة التي يستخدمها الدكتور فيبر لتدمير المدن؟

    -الدكتور فيبر يستخدم آلة طيران ضخمة تحمل مصباح موت يمكن أن يدمر مدن بأكملها.

  • (paddington) ماذا يحاول جوناثان أن يظهر لجوناثان؟

    -النص لا يذكر ماذا يحاول بينغتون أن يظهر لجوناثان، بل يشير إلى أن جوناثان يسأل بينغتون "shh, what did you want to show me?".

  • (paddington) ما هي القيمة المقدرة لأول عدد من "بووستر بوب"؟

    -القيمة المقدرة لأول عدد من "بووستر بوب" تقدر بأكثر من ألف جنيه، وفقًا للنص.

  • (paddington) ماذا يحدث مع مريم براون؟

    -ماريم براون تفقد نظاراتها وتحتاج إلى العثور على طبيب العيون.

  • (paddington) ماذا يحاول مستر براون القيام به لاحتفاء عيد زواجي؟

    -يحاول مستر براون تزويدي مريم ب一架钢琴 (一架钢琴) ك هدية عيد زواجي.

  • (paddington) ماذا يحدث مع البيانو في الأحداث التالية؟

    -البيانو يحصل على الخطأ ويصبح يقود الشاحنة التي تحمل البيانو الذي يحتاجه مستر براون.

  • (paddington) ماذا يحدث في النهاية مع البيانو الذي يحتاجه مستر براون؟

    -البيانو الصحيح يوصل إلى مستر براون في النهاية، ومع ذلك، يحصل ريكاردو مونتي برون على البيانو الخطأ.

  • (paddington) كيف تعامل مريم براون مع الخطأ في البيانو؟

    -ماريم براون تتقبل البيانو الخطأ وتكون راضية به، وتشير إلى أنها تحب مستر براون أكثر من البيانو.

  • (paddington) ما هي الرسالة النهائية التي يرسلها بينغتون لأمه الكبرى لوسي؟

    -يصف بينغتون لوسي الأحداث المدهشة التي حدثت مع مستر ومس太太 براون، ويقول أنه كان لديه مغامرة مثيرة.

Outlines

00:00

😀 Paddington's Character and Comic Book Adventure

This paragraph introduces the character of Paddington, a friendly and polite bear who gets into trouble but always manages to land on his feet. It also describes an adventure involving a comic book featuring Booster Bob and the evil Doctor Viper. Paddington and Jonathan discuss the value of old comics, leading to an idea of attending a comic book convention to possibly sell a valuable comic.

05:01

🎭 Comic Book Convention and Mr. Curry's Offer

The second paragraph details the comic book convention experience where attendees dress up and dealers try to sell their wares. Paddington, mistaken for a connoisseur, is offered a 'Rabid Weasel' comic for an exorbitant price. He also encounters an Angie Bicycle comic, which he recalls fondly. Mr. Curry offers Paddington a chance to do odd jobs for him in exchange for the comics, but Paddington decides to keep them for personal enjoyment rather than selling.

10:03

🚗 Mr. Gruber's Misadventures and the Road to the Giant's Causeway

In this paragraph, Mr. Gruber and Mr. Brown are on a journey to the Giant's Causeway. Mr. Gruber has lost his glasses, leading to a series of mishaps including a flat tire and a wrong turn. Despite the challenges, they manage to reach their destination, with Mr. Brown's driving skills and the help of locals. The paragraph ends with a humorous note on Mr. Gruber's relief at finding his glasses and the beauty of the Giant's Causeway.

15:05

🎉 Mr. Brown's Wedding Anniversary Surprise

This paragraph revolves around Mr. Brown's attempt to surprise his wife, Mary, with a new piano for their wedding anniversary. However, due to a mix-up, the famous pianist Ricardo Monty Brown's piano is delivered to the Browns instead of the one Mr. Brown ordered. The situation is resolved with humor, and Mr. Brown's plan to surprise his wife with a piano is successful, albeit with an unexpected twist.

20:07

🎼 Ricardo Monty Brown and the Piano Mix-Up

The final paragraph describes a humorous situation where Ricardo Monty Brown, a renowned pianist, is mistaken for Mr. Brown and ends up playing the piano delivered to the Browns by mistake. The mix-up leads to a delightful performance and a happy ending for the Browns, with Mrs. Brown appreciating both the piano and her husband's efforts.

Mindmap

Keywords

💡(paddington)

(paddington) هو الشخصية الرئيسية في النص، يُعد الدب الأليف الذي يتميز بسلوكه الطيب والشجاعة، ويحاول دائمًا المساعدة给别人. يشير إلى الدب في النص بـ 'paddington'، وهو يشير إلى الأحداث التي يمر بها الدب في قصته.

💡(jonathan)

(jonathan) يُشير إلى شخص ما في النص يشير إلى شخص يصاحب الدب (paddington) ويشارك معه في الأحداث. يُعد (jonathan) مثالًا على الشخصيات الثانوية التي تساعد في تطوير الأحداث في القصة.

💡(comic)

(comic) تشير إلى الرسوم البيانية التي تREADING في النص، وتشير إلى الأحداث التي تحدث حول شخصية (booster bob) والدكتور (viper). يُعد الـ (comic) جزءًا من الأحداث الرئيسية في النص، وتشير إلى الأحداث المثيرة والمشوقة التي تحدث حول الشخصيات الخيالية.

💡(adventure)

(adventure) تشير إلى الأحداث المدهشة والأحداث الغير توقعية التي يمر بها الشخصيات في النص. يُعد (adventure) الكلمة الرئيسية التي تشير إلى الأحداث المثيرة التي تحدث في القصة، مثل الأحداث التي يمر بها الدب (paddington) و(jonathan).

💡(music)

(music) يُشير إلى الموسيقى التي تعزز الأحداث والأحداث في النص. تُستخدم الموسيقى في النص لزيادة التفاعل والمتعة للأشخاص الآخرين، وتشير إلى الأحداث المليئة بالحياة والنشاط.

💡(sky commandos)

(sky commandos) يُشير إلى فريق الأبطال في الـ (comic) المذكورة في النص. يُعد (sky commandos) مثالًا على الشخصيات الخيالية القوية التي تحاول السيطرة على العالم، وتشير إلى الأحداث المليئة بالصراع والصراع في القصة.

💡(dr viper)

(dr viper) يُشير إلى الشخصية السيئة في الـ (comic) المذكورة في النص. يُعد (dr viper) مثالًا على الشخصيات السيئة التي تحاول السيطرة على العالم، وتشير إلى الأحداث المليئة بالصراع والصراع في القصة.

💡(mr curry)

(mr curry) يُشير إلى شخص ما في النص يشير إلى شخص يشارك في الأحداث ويتفاعل مع الدب (paddington). يُعد (mr curry) مثالًا على الشخصيات الثانوية التي تساعد في تطوير الأحداث في القصة.

💡(lemonade)

(lemonade) تُشير إلى الالمشروبات المذاق الذي يطلبه الدب (paddington) في النص. تُعد (lemonade) مثالًا على التفاصيل البسيطة التي تضيف إلى جو القصة، وتشير إلى الأحداث الهادفة للمتعة والاسترخاء.

💡(optician)

(optician) يُشير إلى الشخص الذي يساعد في إصلاح مشاكل البصر في النص. يُعد (optician) مثالًا على الشخصية المساعدة التي تساعد في حل مشاكل الشخصيات في القصة.

💡(wedding anniversary)

(wedding anniversary) تُشير إلى الحدث الخاص الذي يحاول (mr brown) الاحتفاء به في النص. تُعد (wedding anniversary) مثالًا على الأحداث الشخصية الهامة التي تؤثر على الأحداث في القصة.

Highlights

The character Paddington is described as always doing his best to help everyone, never missing a beat when a problem appears, and always finding a way to land on his feet.

Paddington has a unique point of view, looking at everything as if it's brand new.

Despite being friendly, polite, and trying to do things right, Paddington often finds himself in sticky messes.

The story mentions Booster Bob, a superhero who is the leader of the Sky Commandos, and his adversary, the evil Doctor Viper who wants to rule the world.

Paddington is curious, speaks his mind, and trouble is never far behind him.

Mr. Curry gives Paddington some old comic books that are over 60 years old.

The first issue of Booster Bob is said to sell for over a thousand pounds, suggesting the comic books Mr. Curry gave Paddington could be valuable.

A comic book convention is being held, and Paddington considers attending to see if he can sell the comics.

Dr. Viper disguises himself and tries to steal the comic books from Paddington and Jonathan.

At the comic book convention, Paddington encounters various dealers dressed in costumes to drum up business.

Paddington is offered £50 for a mint condition issue of The Rabid Weasel, but he declines.

Paddington successfully sells his comic books for £100, but then finds out they were worth much more.

Mr. Curry offers to do odd jobs for Paddington in exchange for being allowed to keep reading the comics.

The Brown family goes on a road trip to see the Giant's Causeway in Ireland.

Mr. Gruber loses his glasses, leading to a series of mishaps and comedic moments on their journey.

They get caught up in a road rally and have to navigate their way to the optician and then to the Giant's Causeway.

Despite the challenges, they eventually reach their destination and enjoy the beauty of the Giant's Causeway.

Mr. Brown realizes he forgot about his wedding anniversary, but has a surprise piano gift planned for Mrs. Brown.

Paddington helps ensure the piano is delivered in time for the anniversary, but a mix-up occurs and the wrong piano is almost delivered.

The situation is resolved, and the Browns have a happy anniversary celebration with the help of Paddington and a famous pianist.

Transcripts

00:03

[Music]

00:17

cause he always does his best to help

00:19

everyone

00:22

when a problem appears he never

00:25

misses a beat

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 it's

00:56

paddington

01:03

what did you want to show me jonathan

01:05

shh

01:06

we don't want mrs bird to hear us

01:09

booster bob and the sky commandos which

01:12

one is booster bob he's the leader the

01:15

evil doctor viper wants to rule the

01:17

world he has this huge flying machine

01:20

with a death ray that can blow up whole

01:22

cities

01:24

oh mrs bird i thought you were dr viper

01:27

dr viper indeed come along you two it's

01:30

time you were in bed

01:31

[Music]

01:36

hey he's getting away

01:38

stop you now do well orders booster bob

01:42

yeah what have you got there oh hello mr

01:44

curry i was just reading this comic

01:46

jonathan gave me

01:48

comic

01:50

i haven't read a good comic since i was

01:52

a boy i didn't know they had them that

01:53

long ago mr curry of course they did i

01:56

still have a stack of old ones in my

01:57

cellar really can i read them

02:01

read them you can have them

02:03

for a prize

02:10

[Music]

02:20

i put these stones out of your garden mr

02:22

curry yes well i suppose you've done a

02:24

possible job here you are there

02:27

thank you mr carrie i'm a martyr to my

02:30

own generosity

02:34

paddington these comics must be over 60

02:38

years old that's even older than mrs yes

02:40

paddington

02:42

nothing mrs bird um would you like to

02:44

see one i remember this andy rycicle and

02:48

his magic tricycle i used to love that i

02:51

bet it's worth a lot of money now i

02:54

heard the first issue of booster bob

02:55

sells for over a thousand pounds

02:58

according to the paper there's a comic

03:00

book convention being held this weekend

03:02

perhaps you should go paddington you

03:04

never know your lark a thousand pounds

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[Music]

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[Music]

03:26

[Music]

03:29

a superhero he's the

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[Music]

03:43

destruction everywhere even in the world

03:46

without a career

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[Music]

03:56

[Applause]

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[Music]

04:12

what wake up sleepyhead we don't want to

04:16

miss the comic book convention

04:22

do you think paddington will be able to

04:23

sell the comics mr curry gave him at

04:25

that comic book convention i don't know

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but i can't believe one could be worth a

04:29

thousand pounds like jonathan said

04:32

a thousand pounds

04:34

you never know

04:35

i'm sure lots of collectors saw the

04:37

advertisement in the newspaper

04:39

newspaper

04:41

[Music]

04:49

selling my comics indeed we'll see about

04:52

that

04:53

not if i get them back but how

04:56

that bears crafty

04:58

he'll know something's up if i offer to

05:01

buy them back but if he doesn't

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recognize me

05:07

[Music]

05:11

gracious me i didn't know you had to

05:13

dress up it's like a fancy dress ball

05:16

the dealers do that to drum up business

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[Music]

05:28

there you are

05:31

ah i see we have a connoisseur here can

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i interest you in issue number one of

05:37

the rabid weasel i'm not a connoisseur

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i'm a bear from darkest peru

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darkest peru i expect you have some very

05:45

good weasels there very rabid i

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shouldn't wonder

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um

05:51

tell you what it's yours for 50 pounds

05:54

50 pounds it's in mint condition still

05:57

got its original staples

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unread i would say

06:02

a bargain if nobody reads it it can't be

06:04

very good

06:06

well well what have we here

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yes

06:12

these are all right i suppose i'll give

06:15

you a ten pence

06:17

ten pence they must be worth more than

06:19

that

06:21

that man looks awfully familiar hmm

06:25

i've seen those boney legs before that's

06:27

an angie bicycle and his magic tricycle

06:30

and this is a ricochet racer special

06:33

edition are these yours yes no

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i mean i'll give you 50 pounds for

06:39

everything i'll give you 80. 90. 100.

06:47

hey

06:48

he's getting

06:59

away when you need him

07:04

[Applause]

07:08

my comics

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[Music]

07:14

what are you up to bear oh hello mr

07:17

curry i'm just reading my comics i

07:19

thought you were going to sell them

07:21

i mean

07:22

i had heard that you were going to sell

07:24

them oh no i decided i could never part

07:27

with them i want to read them over and

07:29

over and that's worth much more than the

07:30

5 000 pounds i was offered

07:34

5

07:35

000

07:36

pounds

07:37

you know bear i've just had an idea

07:41

how would it be if i did some odd jobs

07:44

for you for a change we might come to an

07:46

arrangement perhaps mr curry after i

07:49

finished reading them and i'm afraid

07:51

that might take years it isn't easy with

07:53

pause

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in the meantime

07:55

a glass of lemonade would be nice

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[Music]

08:04

isn't ireland beautiful mr brown oh yes

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mr gruber i'm looking forward to seeing

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the giant's causeway i hope he's not a

08:11

fierce giant

08:13

there is no giant and even if there were

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i'm sure he would be like all irish folk

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warm and friendly and always ready to

08:22

help

08:23

now our destination is a fascinating

08:26

place full of gigantic columns of snow

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it will be a perfect subject for my book

08:32

the world and its wonders do you think

08:34

we should take the top down mr brown

08:36

what a good idea mr gruber

08:40

[Music]

08:53

are you all right mr gruber yes but i

08:55

fear i have lost my glasses i can't see

08:58

a thing without them i need to find an

09:00

optician i don't think you'll find many

09:02

around here mr gruber in that case

09:04

there's only one thing for it

09:06

you must take the wheel mr blonde

09:08

[Music]

09:10

i have the wheel mr gruber it's the

09:12

pedals that are the problem i've got it

09:16

i'm ready when you are mr brown i hope

09:18

this works i've only driven once before

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[Applause]

09:24

you're going the wrong way

09:26

now how would she know where we're going

09:31

hey would you mind where you're going

09:32

there hey watch what you're doing where

09:34

do you think you're going man you were

09:36

right mr gruber these irish are a

09:38

friendly lot when in rome do as the

09:41

romans do

09:43

perhaps it would be better if we get off

09:45

the main road

09:50

the road rally has several checkpoints

09:52

be sure to stop at each one good luck

09:55

everyone ready

10:00

mr gruber i see someone we can ask for

10:03

directions to the nearest optician

10:06

what's that noise

10:08

hello

10:11

the irish certainly are welcoming

10:14

that doesn't look like any way to drive

10:16

well you see i've lost my glasses and

10:19

you'd better get to an optician right

10:21

away there's one in the next town here's

10:23

a map in directions i'm afraid i can't

10:25

read without my glasses

10:27

you'll have to follow them mr brown are

10:30

you sure you can read and drive at the

10:31

same time young

10:33

uh

10:34

oh yes bears are good at map reading

10:37

thank you for your help

10:40

good luck

10:41

you're gonna need it

10:46

you having trouble seeing the map mr

10:48

brown

10:50

not anymore mr gruber

10:52

[Music]

10:58

i do hope we can find a smoother road

11:03

ah that's better well done mr brown um

11:08

thank you mr gruber and to think i had

11:10

doubts about letting you drive

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[Music]

11:23

i fear that sounded like a flat mr

11:26

bronze it's even flatter than one of mrs

11:28

bird's pancakes

11:30

i've had this sort of trouble many times

11:32

before i could change a tire blindfold

11:37

there you are a job well done if i say

11:40

so myself it looks very good to me

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except

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you didn't see that you changed the

11:46

wrong tyre

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oh

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i'll help this time

11:51

now we can find that optician and then

11:53

go to the giant's causeway i think i

11:56

could do with a bit of a cleanup first

11:59

if i remember rightly there was a cloth

12:02

on the back seat

12:07

what's happening mr brown

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[Music]

12:14

hang on mr boober

12:16

[Music]

12:22

[Music]

12:26

where are we a barn and it's a good

12:29

thing we had something soft to bump into

12:31

perhaps it would be a good idea if we go

12:34

the rest of the way on foot

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[Music]

12:42

i have no idea where this is but it's

12:45

certainly very peaceful

12:50

mr gruber are you catching the cold that

12:52

wasn't me

12:56

but it's a bull run mr groomer run

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[Music]

13:13

i do believe we are so far off the

13:15

beaten track we'll never find our way

13:18

there's a man over there we can ask

13:22

hello right on course boys here's the

13:24

next other directions and

13:26

oh

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i assume that since you've come this far

13:30

the other officials have turned a blind

13:31

eye to your friends here there should be

13:33

only two per car no passengers oh we

13:38

seem to have some guests mr gruber

13:42

anyway

13:43

here's a couple of packed lunches to

13:44

keep you going thank you thank you bye i

13:47

guess you'll have to share

13:50

good gracious

13:53

i'm beginning to think we'll never reach

13:55

our destination

13:56

[Applause]

13:57

[Music]

14:02

mr gruber

14:04

the giants causeway just like in the

14:06

brochure

14:08

it must have been a huge giant to need

14:10

this kind of a causeway to walk upon

14:12

there is no giant it's just a natural

14:16

phenomenon well it certainly is a

14:17

popular tourist attraction there are so

14:19

many people here i wish you could see it

14:22

too mr gruber

14:24

oh dear we're not having any luck today

14:26

are we mr brown we'd better put the top

14:28

up

14:29

excuse me

14:34

oh no glasses

14:37

ah

14:38

that's better but that's all

14:41

there seems to have been some kind of

14:42

car rally going on

14:44

i'm glad we didn't run into troubles

14:46

because of it

14:48

i must say mr brown

14:50

everything seems to have worked out

14:52

rather well thanks to your driving i

14:55

can't wait to tell aunt lucy although

14:57

how i'm going to get it all onto one

14:58

postcard i don't know

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15:03

dear aunt lucy i've had the most

15:04

exciting adventure with mr and mrs brown

15:07

it all started a few days ago

15:12

oh henry this is such a beautiful

15:15

wedding ring what wouldn't i give to

15:18

live it all again um did you say the

15:21

phone's ringing mary no

15:23

henry

15:28

henry

15:29

should i keep my wedding dress or sell

15:33

it

15:34

absolutely

15:40

mr brown i'm pretty certain that mrs

15:42

brown has been trying to remind you of

15:44

something shh yes i know it's our

15:47

wedding anniversary your what mr brown

15:51

our wedding anniversary the day mary and

15:53

i got married it's customary for

15:55

husbands and wives to celebrate it every

15:57

year but mrs brown thinks you've

15:58

forgotten i know isn't it wonderful

16:02

i'm pretending not to remember and my

16:04

plan is going so well but she seems

16:06

quite upset ah yes but when she sees the

16:09

present i'm picking up tomorrow morning

16:11

a brand new piano shall be all the more

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delighted

16:17

what is the weekend

16:20

yes i'll be right down

16:23

there's an emergency at the office i

16:25

have to go there right away so i need

16:27

you to arrange for the piano's delivery

16:29

before mary comes home from the earth

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[Music]

16:34

take this check

16:37

the address is on the back the delivery

16:39

men must have it here before mary gets

16:40

home or it really will look like i've

16:42

forgotten don't worry mr brown you're in

16:45

good hands

16:50

ah fix this music here we are

16:53

my name is paddington brown and i'm here

16:56

to make sure mr brown's piano gets

16:57

delivered

17:03

[Music]

17:12

ricardo monty broom welcome

17:16

[Music]

17:17

i am here for my piano of course it is

17:21

ready but before we go could i travel

17:24

you for just a couple of autographs

17:32

please mr bexley

17:34

i'm in a bit of a hurry don't you know

17:36

who that is it's ricardo monty brun the

17:39

world famous pianist and he's come to me

17:41

me to prepare his piano for tonight's

17:43

performance but mrs brown has to get her

17:46

piano on time otherwise poor mr brown

17:48

you'll find two delivery men waiting

17:50

outside in dispatch show them which

17:52

piano is yours and they'll take care of

17:54

it now go

18:00

excuse me i'm here to make sure mr

18:02

brown's piano gets delivered ah let's

18:05

see then uh brown brown what size was it

18:08

oh it's for a very important occasion so

18:10

i'm sure it's very

18:13

here we go

18:15

brun

18:16

you're right it's the biggest one we've

18:18

got

18:18

[Music]

18:26

i'm such a fan of yours and my daughters

18:28

they know all your songs enough please a

18:31

master heaver my piano of course follow

18:34

me

18:34

[Music]

18:36

my piano can't be too hard to find

18:44

that's strange this is mr brown's

18:46

[Music]

18:47

and why does this say mr broon those

18:51

idiots they took the wrong piano

18:56

[Music]

18:59

oh dear i think something must be wrong

19:02

maybe the trailer's loose i'll have a

19:04

look

19:07

ricardo please sit down the salieri ate

19:11

a lunch on it i am a ruined without it

19:19

check the coupling on the

19:22

trailer you need this

19:27

[Music]

19:32

which way boss

19:34

follow that piano

19:36

hey

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[Music]

19:47

come on just a little more

19:59

[Music]

20:03

hey larry it went uphill watch out sid

20:07

it's rolling back

20:10

[Music]

20:15

come on

20:20

[Music]

20:24

don't worry i know where they live

20:27

safe and sound mr brown excellent bring

20:30

it in bring it in

20:33

oh no

20:35

someone has made a terrible mistake

20:37

henry you won't believe what i just saw