The Adventures of Paddington Bear - Paddington the Tour Guide | Classic Cartoons for Kids HD

Paddington Bear - WildBrain
3 Aug 201923:03

Summary

TLDRالنص يحكي قصة بيرنينغتون، الدب الرائع، الذي ينتقل من بيرو إلى إنجلترا بمفردته، حيث يلتقي بالعائلة البراون وتبدأ حياة جديدة معهم في ويندسور. يحتوي النص على موسيقى وأحداث ممتعة مثل الجولة في البيت الإنجليزي التقليدي وتجربة شرب الشاي الإنجليزي، وحتى الأحداث الغريبة مثل تعامل الضيفين اليابانيين مع العادة الإنجليزية. يتضمن النص أيضًا قصة عيد الエイول حيث يحاول الشخصيات العب بالكذب والخدعه، ولكن يفشل في النهاية في خداعه. وينتهي النص بأحداث غريبة تحدث على يوم الجمعه الـ13، يعتقد الناس أنه يوم محظور، ويحاول الشخصيات التخلص من ال不走运 والجلب الحظ من خلال استخدام ال吉祥物ات التقليدية.

Takeaways

  • 🎉 **Paddington小熊从秘鲁来到英格兰,开始了新生活。**
  • 🏡 **布朗一家热情地接纳了Paddington,并带他参观了传统的英国住宅。**
  • 🧀 **Paddington对一切都充满好奇,但他的好奇心有时也会让他陷入困境。**
  • 🍵 **布朗一家为日本游客提供了传统的英式下午茶体验。**
  • 📚 **Mr. Gruber拥有一家古董店,并且他喜欢让顾客感到宾至如归。**
  • 💸 **Curry先生因为一系列的不幸事件,包括他的窗户被打破,而感到沮丧。**
  • 🎭 **在愚人节(April Fool's Day),人们互相开玩笑和恶作剧。**
  • 🧧 **Paddington尝试使用幸运符来结束Windsor Gardens的坏运气。**
  • ⏰ **Curry先生因为错过了分享彩票奖金的时间而感到遗憾。**
  • 📚 **Mr. Brown提到了一本关于迷信的百科全书,其中包含了许多关于幸运和不幸的信仰。**
  • 🌟 **故事发生在13号星期五,被认为是一年中最不吉利的日子。**

Q & A

  • (paddington) من أين أتيت؟

    -_paddington_: لقد أتيت من بيرو وحده، ثم ذهبت إلى إنجلترا.

  • (paddington) من كان يصاحب.Paddington في الرحلة إلى إنجلترا؟

    -_paddington_: لم تصاحبني أحد في الرحلة، لكنني قابلت البراونز وأخذواني إلى منزلهم.

  • (paddington) ماذا تعني العبارة 'he never misses a beat'؟

    -تعني العبارة 'he never misses a beat' أنه دائمًا على استعداد، وأنه يستطيع التعامل مع المواقف بسلاسة.

  • (paddington) كيف ينظر Paddington إلى الأمور؟

    -_paddington_: ينظر Paddington إلى الأمور كأنها جديدة دائمًا، وهو دائمًا مهتم و鲨iloq.

  • (paddington) ما هي الأمور التي تجعل Paddington يقع في مشاكل؟

    -_paddington_: يقع Paddington في مشاكل بسبب شغفه الفضول والتحدث بحرية، حتى ولو كان يحاول التصرف بشكل صحيح.

  • (mr curry) ماذا حدث مع مرسي كوري؟

    -_mr curry_: تعرض مرسي كوري لحادثة حيث تحطم الطائرة التي كان يقودها، مما أدى إلى إصابته.

  • (mr curry) ماذا فعل Paddington بعد أن تعرض مرسي كوري لحادثة الطائرة؟

    -_paddington_: بعد الحادث، أخذ Paddington مرسي كوري إلى المنزل البراون وبدأ بهم حياة جديدة في ويندسور.

  • (mr curry) ما هي الوظيفة الجديدة لPaddington بعد الحادث؟

    -_paddington_: أصبح Paddington مرشدًا لجولة في البيوت الإنجليزية التقليدية، مما يظهر كيف يعيش الناس في البيوت الإنجليزية.

  • (mr curry) ماذا حدث في يوم عيد الエイول (April Fool's Day)؟

    -_mr curry_: في يوم عيد الエイول، تعرض مرسي كوري لعدة خدعة من قبل Paddington، بما في ذلك مشتت الطائرة التي أدت إلى تحطيم النافذة.

  • (mr curry) كيف استجاب مرسي كوري للعب الエイول من قبل Paddington؟

    -_mr curry_: استجاب مرسي كوري بخوض خدعة على Paddington، بطلبه أن يبحث عن صندوق أحمر ليس هناك، وهو ما يُعرف بـ "Foolish errand".

  • (mr curry) ماذا حدث في يوم الجمعة 13؟

    -_mr curry_: في يوم الجمعة 13، تعرض مرسي كوري لعدة حالات سيئة الحظ، بما في ذلك تحطيم النافذة بالطائرة، وإصابةه بخداع من قبل Paddington، وتأثير الΑberg聪慧 superstitions.

Outlines

00:00

😀 Paddington's New Life and Tour Guide Adventure

The first paragraph introduces a character who has left Peru and moved to England, where he meets the Browns and starts a new life. He is described as always landing on his feet and having a unique point of view. The narrative then shifts to a house tour where the Browns and their guests are introduced. The tour is led by a character named Pennington Brown, who is also known as Paddington. The guests are from Japan and are interested in traditional English houses. Paddington, despite being new to the country, has studied the neighborhood and offers to show the guests how English people live. The paragraph ends with a humorous twist as Paddington's guests are revealed to be Japanese tourists.

05:02

🎉 English Hospitality and April Fool's Day Shenanigans

The second paragraph focuses on the English customs and a series of comedic events that occur on April Fool's Day. The characters prepare for an English tea, but a series of mishaps and misunderstandings take place, including the disappearance of a cake and a kite that causes a commotion. Mr. Curry, a character who is prone to believing in superstitions, is tricked into thinking his house is under attack by a kite, which is actually just lost property. The day's events culminate with Mr. Curry realizing that he has been the victim of an April Fool's prank, leading to a resolution where he decides to play a trick on Paddington in return.

10:03

🧙‍♂️ Mr. Curry's Misadventures and Paddington's Antics

The third paragraph details Mr. Curry's continued misfortunes and his interactions with Paddington. Mr. Curry, who is nursing a pulled muscle, sends Paddington on a fruitless search for a red box that doesn't exist, as part of an April Fool's trick. Paddington, however, turns the tables and tricks Mr. Curry into believing he can get 20 pounds from a lottery winner at Mr. Gruber's shop, which turns out to be another prank. The narrative highlights the playful rivalry between Mr. Curry and Paddington and ends with Mr. Curry tricking Paddington into giving him 20 pounds, under the guise of a prank.

15:07

🤔 Superstitions and the Unluckiest Day

The fourth paragraph revolves around the theme of superstitions, particularly on Friday the 13th. Mr. Gruber, who owns an antique shop, discusses various superstitions with Mr. Brown. The narrative highlights the belief in bad luck associated with certain actions, such as walking under a ladder or finding a penny tails up. Paddington, ever vigilant, tries to prevent bad luck but inadvertently causes a few mishaps himself. The paragraph ends with Mr. Curry, who dismisses superstitions, experiencing a run of bad luck, including breaking his window with a black cat, which he blames on Paddington.

20:09

🍀 Paddington's Attempt to Bring Good Luck

The final paragraph sees Paddington trying to reverse the bad luck that has befallen the Browns by employing various lucky charms. He uses a bell, a rabbit's foot, and a horseshoe in an attempt to bring good fortune to Windsor Gardens. Despite his efforts, Mr. Curry remains skeptical and wary of Paddington's intentions. The narrative concludes with a humorous interaction where Paddington offers Mr. Curry the lucky horseshoe, leading Mr. Curry to consider charging people for its use to cover his window repair costs. The paragraph ends on a light-hearted note, with Paddington retreating to his room for safety as the day's mishaps continue.

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Keywords

💡Paddington Bear

Paddington Bear هو الشخصية الرئيسية في القصة، وهو قط قديم يعيش في إنجلتيرة. يتميز بسلوكه الطيب وال懂礼貌، ويُعد مثالاً على السلوك الحسن والترحيب. في النص، يُعد Paddington Bear الركن الأساسية في تجربتي الزوار اليابانية مع الحياة الإنجليزية التقليدية.

💡April Fool's Day

يوم الأبريل المزيف هو عيد يحتوي على تقاليد المزحة واللعب. يُعد هذا العيد مرجعية في النص حيث يُستخدم لوصف الأحداث المزيفة التي تحدث بين الشخصيات، مثل مغامرة الطائرة الطائرة وأحداث أخرى.

💡English House

المنزل الإنجليزي تشير إلى منازل التقليد الإنجليزية التي تتميز بتصميمها التقليدي وتفاصيلها الثقافية. في النص، يُظهر الزوار اليابانية مدى اهتمامهم بتجربة العيش في مثل هذه المنازل خلال الجولة التي يقدمها لهم Paddington Bear.

💡Tour Guide

مرشد الجولة هو الشخص المسؤول عن تقديم المعلومات والإرشاد لمجموعة الزوار. في النص، ت扮演 Paddington Bear دور مرشد الجولة، يُرشد الزوار من اليابان حول حياة الناس في المنازل الإنجليزية.

💡Superstitions

الخرافات هي عادات واعتقادات قديمة تعتمد على الRITES الغير علمية. في النص، يُشير إلى الخرافات في سياق يوم الجمعة الـ13، يُعد من الأيام المزعجة المعروفةة في الثقافة الأوروبية، وتشير إلى الأحداث ال不走运 التي تحدث للشخصيات.

💡Lottery

الLOTTERY تشير إلى لعبة الحظ حيث يحصل اللاعبون على الجائزة من خلال اختيار أرقام عشوائية. في النص، تشير إلى فكرة الLOTTERY عندما يتحدث شخص عن مشاركة في تقاسم الgewinnings للLOTTERY مع الآخرين.

💡Antique Shop

مخزن التحف هو متجر يبيع أشياء قديمة وقيمة. في النص، يُشير إلى مخزن التحف كمرجعية حيث يتوجه الزوار اليابانيون لشراء قطعاً تحفياً لأسرهم.

💡English Tea

الشاي الإنجليزي هو جزء مهم من الثقافة الإنجليزية ويشمل شرب الشاي مع بعض الوجبات الخفيفة. في النص، يُعد شرب الشاي الإنجليزية تجربة مهمة لزوار اليابان في ممارسة التقاليد الإنجليزية.

💡Red Hat

القبعة الحمراء في النص تشير إلى رمزية محددة، يُشير إليها كجزء من الملابس التي يرتدونها الشخصيات، مما يُعد مؤشراً على الهوية والدور الذي يلعبه كل شخص في القصة.

💡Lucky Charms

ال符咒 ال幸运 تشير إلى أشياء يُعتقد أنها تُجلب الحظ. في النص، يحاول الشخصيات استخدام符咒 ال幸运 لتجنب ال不走运 أو لجلب النجاح، مثل ال鈴铛 والقدم الناعمة وال马蹄铁.

💡Black Cat

القط الأسود يُعد في الثقافة الأوروبية عادة رمز لل不走运. في النص، يُشير إلى القط الأسود كجزء من الخرافات التي يُعتقد أن تجلب ال不走运، مما يُسهم في تعزيز الشعور بالقلق والقلق لدى الشخصيات.

Highlights

A bear from Peru starts a new life in England after being taken in by the Browns.

Paddington, the bear, is characterized by his politeness, curiosity, and tendency to get into mischief.

Paddington becomes a tour guide for Japanese tourists, showcasing traditional English life.

Mrs. Bird, the traditional English housekeeper, and the Browns interact with the Japanese tourists.

Paddington's unique perspective on life is demonstrated by his view of everything as if it's brand new.

Mr. Curry, a neighbor, is introduced with a humorous encounter involving a kite mistaken for a creature.

Paddington's efforts to serve tea and prepare for guests result in a series of comedic mishaps.

Mr. Curry's attempt to deceive Paddington by sending him on a fruitless search for a red box is revealed to be an April Fool's trick.

Paddington and the Browns rush to Mr. Gruber's shop to receive a share of lottery winnings.

Mr. Curry's various misfortunes on Friday the 13th are detailed, including encounters with superstitions.

Paddington tries to help Mr. Curry by offering him a lucky horseshoe to counteract the bad luck.

A discussion about various superstitions and their impact on the characters' actions takes place.

Paddington's innocence and good intentions are highlighted when he tries to prevent accidents at Windsor Gardens.

Mr. Curry's window gets broken due to a kite incident, leading to a series of unfortunate events for him.

The Browns and Paddington navigate through a day filled with superstitions, including encounters with black cats and ladders.

Paddington's efforts to bring good luck to Mr. Curry show his caring nature despite the day's adversities.

The narrative concludes with a reflection on the nature of luck and superstition, and how they affect the characters' lives.

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

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[Music]

00:24

he never 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

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[Music]

01:02

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01:05

he's late

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[Music]

01:11

look that's him

01:13

red hot blue coat

01:16

i am shikako this is suzuki-san

01:20

suzuki-san watanabe

01:23

i'm mori sun i'm afraid i am the only

01:26

one who speaks english well

01:28

pleased to meet you mrs sam can i help

01:30

you we would like to go on the house

01:33

tour now we wish to see how people live

01:35

in traditional english houses oh really

01:39

i know some english people and they even

01:41

live in english houses

01:42

but why are you asking me

01:44

our tour guide is to be wearing a red

01:47

hot and blue coat well that certainly

01:50

sounds like me

01:51

pennington brown is my name and i'd be

01:53

honored to take you on a tour

01:55

since coming here from darkest peru i've

01:57

made a very thorough study of the

01:59

neighborhood i can show you just how

02:01

english people live

02:03

[Music]

02:05

that's old there's no one here

02:09

1pm portobello road five japanese toys

02:12

for the english house and tea tour

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[Music]

02:16

i'll just have to find them maybe

02:18

they're waiting as another corner

02:22

see the traditional mousetrap in the

02:24

corner with a little piece of cheese in

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it the truth is that mice prefer peanuts

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[Music]

02:31

please wipe your feet

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[Music]

02:36

allow me to introduce mrs bird she's a

02:39

traditional english housekeeper

02:41

and here are the very english mr and mrs

02:44

brown

02:46

uh paddington

02:48

who are your guests these are my new

02:50

friends mrs bird i'm just giving them a

02:53

tour oh hello how do you do nice to meet

02:56

you

02:57

and this is a traditional banister all

03:00

english houses seem to have them and

03:02

it's very good for sliding down it's

03:04

very strange of paddington to bring home

03:06

some friends unannounced well whoever

03:09

they are they certainly have very good

03:12

manners

03:15

mrs bird mr and mrs brown you have a

03:19

lovely home we heard english houses were

03:21

cold and drafty there's a house like

03:23

that next door

03:25

and a crusty old english gentleman to go

03:28

with it

03:31

that sounds wonderful

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[Music]

03:40

this is mr curry that's mr curry's house

03:43

what's this bear a tour

03:45

yes i'm showing these tourists from

03:47

japan how english people live we're only

03:49

red hat english house and tito

03:52

paddington's son is an excellent tour

03:54

guide he is worth every pond

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every

03:58

pound is this where we will have our

04:01

english tea

04:02

but of course welcome to 34 windsor

04:04

gardens authentic english bed and

04:06

breakfast

04:07

there'll be 40 pounds each for the night

04:09

including tea

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[Music]

04:17

mr curry doesn't have a refrigerator but

04:19

he does have one of these he has to put

04:21

ice in it every day to keep the food

04:23

cool it's not very traditional just

04:25

strange

04:28

excuse me paddington son

04:30

will we be having our english tea now

04:32

yes

04:34

paddington san is just about to get

04:35

everything ready now why don't i show

04:37

you my collection of rare books yeah

04:40

make our guests their tea

04:44

aunt lucy always said that guests come

04:46

first so i don't think the browns will

04:48

mind if i borrow a few things

04:54

yes please

05:01

watch where you're going

05:04

by the way there we need some cake for

05:06

our tea

05:10

mr curry's quite right for once

05:12

[Music]

05:15

karisa we would like to freshen up

05:17

before tea man you don't use up all the

05:19

hot water

05:20

may we please have some towels

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[Music]

05:30

where did the cake go i'm sure i left it

05:32

right here

05:34

where's my towel

05:38

it's almost ready mr curry but mrs bird

05:40

always serves tea on a lace tablecloth

05:42

perhaps i could borrow hers there's no

05:44

time bear just serve the tea i'll tell

05:47

them it's ready

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[Music]

05:50

hmm

05:54

tea is served

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[Music]

06:03

my auntie

06:04

cheers my curtains oh sorry

06:09

sorry no need to find others mr curry in

06:12

japan we are accustomed to sitting on

06:15

floor perhaps you like to experience an

06:17

outdoor tour of england for a while we

06:19

could visit my friend mr gruber he owns

06:22

an antique shop

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[Music]

06:30

and they are

06:31

staying with you yes and you should be

06:34

happy i'm not discussing my percentage

06:36

if they buy anything

06:37

[Applause]

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[Music]

06:42

suzuki-san wants to buy that coronation

06:45

plate for his wife

06:47

it's a fine piece i'm sure she will

06:49

enjoy it

06:51

arigato i didn't know you spoke japanese

06:53

mr gruber i like to make my customers

06:56

feel at home mr

07:00

brown i've been looking all over for you

07:04

if we hurry we can finish the tour

07:05

before dark oh

07:07

you must be replacing the other guide

07:10

but we would have liked to thank him he

07:12

was most helpful no wait

07:17

ah good they've gone but

07:20

i didn't have a chance to say goodbye

07:23

40 pounds times five that's 200

07:26

not bad for an afternoon's work

07:30

ah bear you've come to pay me back the

07:33

cost of repairing the antique chairs mr

07:35

curry your guests are back

07:40

thank you for our tour this morning

07:41

paddington sound and curry sir would you

07:44

mind bringing in the luggage

07:46

you'll need a red hat from now on mr

07:48

carrie you could borrow mine if you

07:50

promise to take care of it kaiser is

07:52

there any of that cake left amorisa

07:55

wonders if he can sleep in the big bed

08:04

dinner's ready

08:06

coming mrs bird

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[Music]

08:14

it looks as though you're enjoying your

08:16

new kite paddington it's very good value

08:18

especially when the wind blows

08:20

well be careful

08:23

what goes up doesn't always come back

08:25

down

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[Music]

08:31

where's my kite

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[Music]

08:39

what are you doing bear have you seen my

08:41

kite mr curry what kite it cost me a

08:44

week's bun money and it's vanished

08:46

i'll have to tell mrs bird that what

08:48

goes up can also disappear

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[Music]

09:08

[Music]

09:11

get me the police the fire brigade the

09:13

zoo the army this is an emergency

09:18

what's happening at mr curry's house

09:21

[Music]

09:24

are you all right mr curry it was

09:26

terrible i was attacked by the most

09:28

hideous of creatures it wasn't it's a

09:31

kite sir only a kite

09:34

you found it fancy calling the police

09:37

and the fire brigade to help me find my

09:39

kite that was very kind of you mr curry

09:41

thank you

09:43

this is all that bear's fault him and

09:45

his tricks

09:47

you're not the first to get taken in

09:48

today sir and i dare say you won't be

09:51

the last after all it is april fool's

09:54

day mate april fools

09:57

why that bear he'll be sorry he won't

10:00

get the best of reginald curry

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[Music]

10:12

that should do the trick now what goes

10:14

up can't fly away

10:19

what's the matter mr curry have you seen

10:21

another bat i've pulled a muscle in my

10:23

leg bear i need your help

10:26

[Music]

10:28

listen bear

10:29

there's a brown box in the attic with a

10:32

red box inside

10:34

can you go up there and find it for me

10:36

it's very important certainly mr curry

10:41

and could you do a bit of a cleanup

10:42

while you're looking for it bear

10:44

i do it myself but my injury

10:54

no red box in this one either

11:01

i looked in every single box mr curry

11:03

but i didn't find a red one anywhere

11:07

hmm

11:08

is your leg all better now mr curry

11:11

the pain comes and goes bear ah comes

11:14

and goes

11:16

i remember now that that red box isn't

11:18

in the attic it's in the cellar

11:25

hmm

11:28

ah

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[Music]

11:30

there's no red box in the cellar either

11:31

mr curry no red box

11:35

april fool bear

11:37

i got you back good and proper

11:40

april fool

11:42

what's an april fool mr curry what's an

11:44

april fool

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as if you didn't know bear

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april fool's day is when you're allowed

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to play tricks on people mr brad what

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does that have to do with mr curry's red

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box i'm afraid mr curry sent you on a

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fool's errand asking you to look for

12:01

something that was never there you mean

12:03

people can tell lies on april fool's day

12:06

that's right mr brown little white lies

12:10

but everything returns to normal at 12

12:13

noon it's only 11 o'clock

12:15

that means there'll be another hour of

12:17

all this don't leave yet mr brown i have

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some very exciting news for you

12:29

wait a minute that bears no fool he is

12:32

going to get back at me

12:34

well i'll be ready for him

12:38

mrs james won the lottery she's mr

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gruber's very best client and because

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she's so wealthy she's decided to share

12:45

her winnings with anyone who shows up at

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the shop that's right between 11 30 and

12:51

noon then we'd better hurry what's this

12:53

about sharing lottery winnings bear

12:55

wouldn't you like to know mr curry mrs

12:58

james is going to be at mr gruber's shop

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and anyone who shows up is going to get

13:02

20 pounds i've had enough of your tricks

13:05

for one day bear

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what tricks mr curry and i'm surprised

13:08

at you mrs bird trying to help him work

13:10

another one paddington is not the sort

13:12

of bear to play silly april fool's

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tricks however it doesn't take much

13:17

effort to make you look like a fool mr

13:19

curry

13:20

come along paddington

13:22

that bear can't trick me

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so

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you're all in on that bear's trick well

13:32

you won't fool me

13:34

no sir i'm smarter than a lot of you

13:36

combined

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wait a minute

13:41

since his trick didn't work he might try

13:44

again

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[Music]

13:57

there you are mr brown thank you very

13:59

much mrs james i hope you win the

14:01

lottery many more times

14:03

[Music]

14:07

mrs james is a very nice lady

14:10

she certainly is look at all these

14:12

smiling people

14:14

move aside

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out of my way

14:20

opener i want my 20 pounds

14:23

it's 12 o'clock mr curry you're too late

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too late i thought this was another of

14:28

your april fool's tricks oh no mr curry

14:31

i would never play a trick on you now

14:33

listen here there you tricked me all

14:35

right tricked me with your silly kite mr

14:37

curry i lost my kite and you found it

14:39

nonsense you tricked me and i tricked

14:42

you back then you told the truth about

14:44

mrs james but you knew i wouldn't

14:47

believe you i suppose in the end even

14:49

though i didn't mean to i did trick you

14:51

mr curry you certainly did bear and for

14:54

that i am entitled to your 20 pounds

14:58

i'm not an april fool mr curry

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[Music]

15:06

it sounds as though mr gruber has a new

15:08

shot bell

15:10

fancy leaving a stepladder lying there

15:12

it might cause an accident

15:14

thank goodness mr brown

15:17

mr gruber up here mr brown i was dusting

15:22

when the ladder somehow came out from

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under me very unlucky if you ask me

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[Music]

15:32

although it's not surprising considering

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what day it is

15:37

friday it's no ordinary friday mr brown

15:41

it's friday the 13th

15:43

is it your birthday mr gruber no mr

15:45

brown according to the encyclopedia of

15:48

superstitions many people consider

15:51

friday the 13th to be the unluckiest day

15:54

of the year

15:56

encyclopedia of superstitions hmm

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[Music]

16:02

it's a good thing i called in a mr

16:04

gruber's shop imagine not knowing about

16:06

the unluckiest day of the year or about

16:08

lifting your feet crossing water

16:12

or about the right side to get out of

16:13

bed

16:18

a lucky penny

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watch out

16:23

according to the encyclopedia of

16:25

superstitions a penny is only lucky if

16:28

it's heads up heads down means bad luck

16:31

so i wouldn't touch it if i were you

16:33

nami that was a close shave it's tails

16:36

thanks for warning me mate in my job you

16:39

need eyes in the back of your head

16:42

you're very welcome

16:46

[Music]

16:49

see what i mean

16:51

i don't know how i've survived as long

16:53

as i have there are so many

16:54

superstitions to watch out for

17:00

look out it's very bad luck to walk

17:02

under a ladder

17:05

and i have to be extra careful in my new

17:07

suit

17:14

i have to get back to windsor gardens

17:16

and warm the browns to take cover it's a

17:19

superstition minefield out here

17:21

[Music]

17:25

hello mr curry what are you doing well

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not that it's any of your business bear

17:29

but i'm building a cold frame so i can

17:31

grow my own vegetables i'll save a

17:34

fortune by not shopping at the

17:35

supermarket

17:38

careful mr curry according to the

17:40

encyclopedia of superstitions it's very

17:42

bad luck to kill one of these

17:45

always filling your head with claptrap

17:48

superstitions have no place in the

17:49

civilized world watch out black cat

17:53

what fool

17:56

i'm afraid i was too late to stop the

17:57

disaster mr curry

18:01

i'll see

18:02

who's going to pay for my front window

18:06

it's lucky i found this whistle

18:08

now perhaps i'll be able to warn people

18:10

of any bad luck in time

18:17

don't move

18:19

it's very bad like to step on a crack

18:23

you've got to be joking paddington we

18:25

won't be able to move then that's what

18:28

it says in mr gruber's book

18:31

[Music]

18:34

still on patrol paddington vigilance is

18:37

the watchword mrs bird well just you

18:40

mind you don't wear a hole in the carpet

18:44

careful no crossing on the stairs

18:48

what

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[Music]

18:49

[Applause]

18:51

oh thank goodness mrs b paddington you

18:54

might have caused a nasty accident i

18:57

thought you were supposed to be

18:58

preventing badly oh

19:01

it's not my fault mrs bird the bad

19:04

luck's everywhere see you even spilled