The Adventures of Paddington Bear - In and Out of Trouble | Classic Cartoons for Kids HD

Paddington Bear - WildBrain
5 Jun 201923:03

Summary

TLDRهذا النص يحكي قصة小熊 بيندتون، الذي يبدأ برحلة من البيرو إلى إنجلترا بمفرده. يلتقي بعد ذلك بعائلة براون ويصبح أعزتهم في جنين.小熊 بيندتون يحاول دائمًا المساعدة给别人، ويواجه العديد من المشاكل ولكن يجد دائمًا طريقة للتعامل معها. يعيش في العديد من الأحداث المثيرة مثل حفل الحديقة لسيد كوري والمشاركة في مسابقة الجودل في مدينة شارلمانيا.小熊 بيندتون هو مثالي للوداعة والشجاعة، وهو يحتفظ بوجهة نظره الوحيدة ويُحاول دائمًا أن يكون لطيفًا وحسن السلوك. الأحداث تتطور مع قصة الديكورات، حيث小熊 بيندتون يحاول المساعدة في تزيين غرفته ولكن يفشل وينبغي على أب亨利 التفكير في الdecorators المحترفين.

Takeaways

  • 🎉 **Paddington小熊离开秘鲁,独自航行到英格兰,开始了新生活。**
  • 🏡 **他被温莎花园的布朗一家收养,成为了那里的宠儿。**
  • 🤗 **Paddington总是尽最大努力帮助每个人,面对问题时从不退缩。**
  • 👀 **他对一切充满好奇,看待事物就像全新的一样,友好且有礼貌。**
  • 🙄 **尽管如此,他仍然会陷入困境,但他总是直言不讳。**
  • 🍋 **在一次偶然的机会中,Paddington注意到了邻居库里先生花园中的异常。**
  • 🏝️ **库里先生似乎在准备一个花园派对,但通常他并不举办这类活动。**
  • 🛏️ **库里先生在树上挂了一个旧吊床,Paddington对此感到好奇并尝试了吊床。**
  • 🍎 **在一系列的尝试和混乱之后,Paddington不小心损坏了吊床并洒了柠檬水。**
  • 🎭 **在一次中世纪节日中,Paddington帮助一位白骑士参加了马上长矛比武。**
  • 🏆 **通过机智和勇敢,Paddington帮助白骑士赢得了比赛,但他拒绝了奖品,因为他不喜欢果酱。**
  • 🛠️ **在布朗先生宣布要重新装饰Paddington的卧室后,Paddington尝试自己装饰,但最终导致了混乱。**
  • 🎨 **布朗先生最终决定雇佣专业的装饰师来完成工作,而Paddington则因为尝试帮忙而获得了奖励。**

Q & A

  • هل بادينغتون يعيش الآن في إنجلتيرة أم في برو?

    -بادينغتون يعيش الآن في برو، حيث تلقى الرعاية من عائلة براون.

  • ماذا يشير إلى النص إلى أن بادينغتون يحاول فعله عندما يجد مشكلة؟

    -يحاول بادينغتون المساعدة للآخرين وإيجاد حل للمشاكل التي يواجهها.

  • ماذا يحدث عندما يحاول بادينغتون المساعدة لـ مستر كوري في تجهيز حفل الحديقة؟

    -يحاول بادينغتون المساعدة في تجهيز الحماقة، ولكن يفشل وينشب في مشاكل.

  • ما هي الرسالة التي يحاول توضيحها مستر كوري عندما يتحدث عن الحماقة؟

    -يحاول مستر كوري أن يشير إلى أن الحماقة ليست قماشًا قديمًا، بل هي حماقة.

  • ماذا يحاول بادينغتون بعد الفشل في محاولة المساعدة لـ مستر كوري؟

    -يحاول بادينغتون الاستمرار في المساعدة وإيجاد حلول جديدة للمشاكل التي يواجهها.

  • ما هي الأحداث الرئيسية التي تحدث في القصة التي تدور حول مستر براون و.Paddington؟

    -الأحداث الرئيسية تشمل الرحلة إلى تشارلمانيا، مشاركتهم في مهرجان العصر الوسط، ومحاولة بادينغتون في المساعدة في مسابقات الجودل.

  • لماذا تغيرت الملابس لدى سكان تشارلمانيا؟

    -تبديلت الملابس لأنهم يحتلون مهرجان العصر الوسط، يرتدون ملابس قديمة تعكس العصر.

  • ماذا يحاول مستر براون القيام به في غرفة بادينغتون؟

    -يحاول مستر براون تزيين غرفتين بادينغتون، ولكنه يؤجل العمل.

  • لماذا يحاول بادينغتون الكتابة على الجدار والأبواب؟

    -يحاول بادينغتون الكتابة على الجدار والأبواب كمفاجأة لـ مستر براون، ولكن يفشل في المحاولة.

  • ماذا يشير النص إلى أن بادينغتون يعاني من الأخطاء البسيطة؟

    -يشير النص إلى أن بادينغتون يعاني من الأخطاء البسيطة مثل غسل الغرفة بالدهان بدلاً من الدهان المناسب للجدران والجدران ال沫.

  • ماذا يحدث في النهاية مع مستر براون وغرفة بادينغتون؟

    -في النهاية يقرر مستر براون ال依igation ل Hiring professionals لجعل العمل ينتهي بشكل صحيح.

Outlines

00:00

😀 Paddington's Introduction to Windsor Gardens

Paddington arrives in England alone and is welcomed by the Browns, beginning a new life in Windsor Gardens. Known for his helpful nature, Paddington encounters various adventures and sticky situations.

05:04

😀 Paddington's Encounter with Mr. Curry's Hammock

Paddington discovers Mr. Curry preparing for a garden party and mistaking a hammock for an old rag. Despite Mr. Curry's initial reluctance, Paddington ends up helping him set up the hammock, leading to comical mishaps.

10:07

😀 Paddington's Adventure at the Medieval Festival

Paddington attends a medieval festival with Mr. Brown and Mr. Gruber, where he gets involved in jousting competitions. Despite initial setbacks, Paddington's resourcefulness and bravery help save the day, earning him respect and admiration from the participants.

15:09

😀 Paddington Takes on the Challenge of Redecorating

Paddington takes on the task of redecorating his own room while the Browns are away. Despite initial struggles and mishaps, Paddington perseveres and successfully wallpapers the room, surprising everyone upon their return.

20:09

😀 Paddington's Misadventures Lead to Professional Help

After unintentionally papering over the door and causing chaos with his decorating efforts, Paddington learns that the Browns will hire professional decorators. Despite his mishaps, Paddington's earnest intentions are appreciated, and he receives praise and a reward.

Mindmap

Keywords

💡Paddington

Paddington هو الدب الأليف الذي يعيش في الأحداث، يُعرف بسلوكه الطيب وال古道، وهو يحاول دائمًا المساعدة给别人. في النص، يُظهر أنه يعيش الآن في ويندسور جاردنز ويحاول المساعدة给别人، وهو يواجه العديد من المشاكل ولكن ينجح في التعامل معها.

💡Hammock

الهاموك هو مجرد مريح يستخدم في الأحداث لنقل الشعور بالاسترخاء والمتعة. في النص، يحاول مستر كوري استخدام الهاموك ولكن يواجه مشاكلًا بسبب الثقوب الموجودة فيه.

💡Jousting

الجودستون هو مسابقة حرب يجريها الفارساء على الخيول بغية الفوز على الآخرين بضربهم بالرمح وتطيحهم على الأرض. في النص، يُشارك بadington في مسابقة الجودستون كمساعد لفارساء الأبيض.

💡Marmalade

المارمالاد هو نوع من السكرات المصنوعة من البرتقال، يُستخدم في الأحداث لوصف طعم الأشياء. في النص، يُشير إلى أن بadington يفضل المارمالاد، وهو يستخدمها في مسابقة الجودستون لجعل الرمح يميل إلى اللون الوردي.

💡Decorating

الزخرفة تشير إلى عملية تزيين الجدران والجدران بألوان أو ورق. في النص، يحاول بadington تزيين غرفته ولكن يفشل وينذر بالضرورة لتوظيف مختصين في ال-decoration.

💡SOS

SOS هو رمز للمساعدة السريع في حالات الطوارئ. في النص، يستخدم بadington رمز الSOS لطلب المساعدة عندما يعتقد أنه في 위험.

💡Surprise

المفاجأة تشير إلى شيء ما ما لم يتوقعه الآخر. في النص، يحاول بadington إعداد مفاجأة ل_mr_ brown من خلال الdecorators.

💡Medieval

القرون الوسطى تشير إلى فترة تاريخية قديمة تتراوح تقريبًا من القرن السادس إلى القرن السادسة عشر. في النص، يُشير إلى أن mr brown يذهب إلى مدينة شارلمانيا في ألمانيا التي تعود إلى العصر الوسطى.

💡Knight

الفارساء هم الأبطال القدامى الذين يرتدون درع وسلاح ويُعدون بأبطال العصر الmiddelal. في النص، يُشارك بadington في مسابقة الجودستون كمساعد لفارساء الأبيض.

💡Wallpaper

الورق الTapstry هو مادة تُستخدم في تزيين الجدران. في النص، يحاول بadington زخرفة الغرفة ولكن يفشل في المحاولة ويتسبب في إغلاق الباب بواسطته.

💡Curious

الفضول يشير إلى الرغبة في المعرفة والاستكشاف. في النص، يُظهر أن بadington دب فضولي يحاول التعرف على الأمور الجديدة ويُحاول المساعدة给别人.

Highlights

A bear leaves Peru and sails to England alone, meeting the Browns and starting a new life.

The bear becomes a favorite in Windsor Gardens for his helpful nature.

The bear always finds a way to land on his feet, showcasing his resilience.

Mr. Brown finds an old sailing cap and gives it to the bear, who uses it for picking berries.

The bear notices Mr. Curry preparing for a garden party, which is unusual for him.

Mr. Curry is introduced to a hammock, which he initially mistakes for a rag.

The bear ends up testing Mr. Curry's hammock and finds it to be unsafe.

Paddington accidentally spills Mr. Curry's lemonade and waters it down.

Paddington attempts to decorate Mr. Brown's bedroom but ends up causing more chaos.

The bear's well-intentioned efforts result in the need to hire professional decorators.

Mr. Brown rewards Paddington for inadvertently speeding up the decision to hire professionals.

Paddington's adventures in a medieval town of Charemagne, Germany, where a festival is taking place.

The bear unknowingly becomes involved in a jousting match as a squire to a white knight.

Paddington's quick thinking with marmalade turns the tide in a jousting competition.

The bear's dislike for marmalade leads to a humorous refusal of the black knight's hand in marriage.

Paddington's attempt to wallpaper leads to covering the door by mistake, causing an SOS signal.

The bear's mishaps with home improvement result in a comical scene and a decision to hire professionals.

Transcripts

00:02

left peru and sailed to england alone

00:07

there he met the browns and they took

00:09

him home

00:11

now a new life has begun he's windsor

00:14

gardens favorite son

00:16

cause he always does his best to help

00:19

everyone

00:21

when a problem appears he never misses a

00:26

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

00:55

paddington

01:02

dear aunt lucy mr brown found his old

01:04

sailing cap when he cleaned out the shed

01:06

and instead of throwing it up with the

01:08

rest of the rubbish he gave it to me it

01:10

didn't fit over my hat but it did come

01:12

in handy while i was picking berries for

01:14

mrs bird

01:18

and that's when i noticed something very

01:20

strange in mr curry's garden

01:22

it looked as though he was getting ready

01:24

for a garden party

01:25

but he never has those

01:27

[Music]

01:31

and then he started doing the strangest

01:33

thing with an old rag

01:37

nothing like a fresh summer day to clear

01:40

the mind and relax the body

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[Music]

01:55

mr curry are you all right

01:57

of course i'm not all right bear now

01:59

help me up

02:02

perhaps you should put your rake away

02:04

before your party then no one else will

02:06

get hurt party what party

02:09

are you spying on me bear i have a good

02:11

mind to report you i wasn't spying mr

02:13

curry i was just looking at that old rag

02:15

you were hanging between your trees old

02:18

rag

02:19

it's not a rag

02:21

it's a hammock a hammock

02:25

there's no need to broadcast it to the

02:27

whole neighborhood bear

02:28

[Music]

02:31

promise not to tell anyone and i may let

02:33

you have a go on it thank you very much

02:35

mr curry i don't think i've ever been on

02:37

a hammock before

02:40

sailors used to sleep in them aboard

02:41

ship

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[Music]

02:44

ah a sailing cap may i borrow it bear

02:48

it'll help set the mood yes mr curry but

02:54

[Applause]

02:55

oh dear i'm sorry mr curry is there

02:57

anything i can do yes you can tie the

02:59

other end of the hammer to the tree

03:01

while i go inside to change then i shall

03:04

take a well-deserved rest after a hard

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week's work i shall have to tell mrs

03:08

bird that she's wrong she says you

03:10

haven't done a day's work in your life

03:12

why i never oh the nerve of that woman

03:15

are you sure your hammock is safe mr

03:17

curry safe of course it's safe

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[Music]

03:22

it may have one or two holes here and

03:24

there one or two

03:26

there's one here

03:28

and there and here

03:30

i think you may have some hammock moths

03:33

[Music]

03:37

bear

03:38

after you finish tying it to the tree

03:40

you can test it to make sure it's

03:42

perfectly safe

03:44

comfortable

03:46

and don't touch a drop of my lemonade

03:49

i shall know if you have i've marked the

03:51

jug

03:51

[Music]

03:56

getting into mr curry's hammock wasn't

03:58

as easy as it looked i could have done

04:00

with a book of instructions

04:03

stop swinging and get to work

04:08

my best marmalade sandwich

04:11

[Music]

04:16

at least it's often my landing

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[Music]

04:23

it was time for plan b

04:27

[Music]

04:30

there there's no time to lie around get

04:34

cracking

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[Music]

04:44

it was just a matter of proper timing to

04:46

hit the target

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[Music]

04:52

how is the hammock

04:58

[Music]

05:04

[Music]

05:07

mr curry said not to touch his lemonade

05:09

so i was sure he'd be upset that i had

05:11

spilled some

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[Music]

05:18

hopefully mr curry won't notice that

05:20

it's been watered down

05:26

i still had to find a way onto the

05:27

hammock

05:29

hmm

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[Music]

05:31

i do hope paddington comes back soon

05:34

henry said he was coming home early with

05:35

a special surprise

05:41

since bears are good at climbing it was

05:43

time for plan c

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[Music]

05:49

and after all of my efforts i'm sure mr

05:51

curry won't begrudge me one small apple

05:54

wow

05:57

what are you doing up there bear

05:59

plan c mr curry

06:01

c for catastrophe how dare you pick my

06:04

apples without permission

06:07

[Music]

06:08

[Applause]

06:12

[Music]

06:16

get me out of here

06:17

[Music]

06:18

i'm sorry mr carrie it's just that the

06:21

hose slipped

06:25

give me that hose

06:32

oh

06:33

why that mr curry

06:37

what are you doing mr curry you soaked

06:40

this shirt what am i doing

06:44

it's all that bear's fault i'm sorry mrs

06:46

bird i was helping mr curry with his new

06:48

hammock his new hammock did you say but

06:51

that's our old hammock henry put it out

06:53

with the other rubbish from the shed

06:55

yesterday whatever is happening over

06:57

here

07:00

paddington's been trying out mr curry's

07:02

new hammock oh don't get on that it's

07:05

completely rotten

07:06

rotten

07:08

but mr curry asked me to test it for him

07:10

is this true mr curry

07:12

imagine putting a young bear at risk

07:16

well i um you see uh

07:19

it was um

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[Music]

07:21

[Laughter]

07:23

forget about that old hammock look i've

07:26

got a new one right here and if you like

07:28

mr curry you can come over and try it

07:30

when i've set it up

07:32

if you wait a few years it may get

07:34

thrown out too then you'll have two

07:36

hammocks

07:39

[Music]

07:42

i think it'll be a while before i go

07:43

anywhere near another hammer can't lucy

07:46

mr brown said i could be the first to

07:48

try out his new one but you taught me to

07:50

be polite so i've been saying after you

07:53

to everyone

07:55

ah

07:56

nephew you don't know what you're

07:59

missing

08:00

[Music]

08:02

here we are mr brown in the medieval

08:05

town of charlemagne germany it's the

08:08

setting for the next chapter of my book

08:10

the world and its wonders i thought we

08:13

came to see knights in shining armor mr

08:14

gruber as well as your friend herbert

08:17

von dulong

08:18

i don't know about the knights but if

08:20

you ask me everyone here dresses a

08:22

little strangely a wise bear it is oft

08:25

times told knows all that glitters is

08:28

not gold they have a funny way of

08:30

putting things too

08:32

oh he talks that way because he's a fool

08:35

mr brown mr gruber it's not like you to

08:38

be rude not that kind of fool mr brown

08:42

i mean he's a jester you see every year

08:45

the people of charlemagne dress up and

08:48

pretend to be someone from the olden

08:50

days it's all part of a medieval

08:53

festival celebrating the town's history

08:57

[Music]

09:00

[Applause]

09:02

oh that crazy locksmith

09:04

every year he plays a black knight and

09:07

every year he has to pretend he's more

09:08

evil than the year before

09:10

herbert is that you

09:13

samuel you made it

09:16

yes

09:17

it is i but today i am known as a white

09:21

knight well then a brave white knight

09:24

allow me to introduce my dear friend mr

09:27

paddington brown

09:29

a great honor it is but i have terrible

09:32

news i am to be disqualified from the

09:34

jousting matches disqualified

09:37

but why

09:39

my squire became ill this morning

09:42

and without one i cannot joust it is so

09:45

dictated but that's awful is there no

09:48

one else who can help you

09:50

excuse me mr knight i'm not a squire but

09:53

bears are very good at helping

09:55

be you brave honest and true as all

09:58

squires must be my aunt lucy thinks so

10:01

sin do not loiter squire paddington

10:07

excuse me mr knight but what exactly is

10:09

a jousting competition it is when

10:12

knights rise their horses at one another

10:14

and try to knock the other to the ground

10:16

with lances the one who touches the

10:18

ground first is thus defeated

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[Music]

10:26

knights of charlemagne

10:28

you are the finalists in the battle for

10:32

my hand in marriage her hand but what

10:35

about the rest of her it's a figure of

10:37

speech mr brown it's an old medieval

10:40

tradition

10:42

may you all remain true to your code of

10:44

honor until suggest

10:49

where did you find your square white

10:51

knight in a zoo

10:52

in a zoo

10:54

i'm from peru darkest peru

10:58

[Music]

11:03

knight shall be victorious on small

11:07

if you don't win again it will only be

11:10

so acts of treachery

11:14

oh goodness paddington have you polished

11:16

armor before you're very good at it no

11:19

but i've watched mrs bird polish her

11:21

silver you can see her face in it ah

11:25

i'm supposed to be a knight in shining

11:27

armor not pink armor i can't joust in

11:30

this oh no summer has put glue in my

11:33

helmet if i put it on i'll never get it

11:36

off

11:37

oh

11:38

don't tell me these knights can't

11:40

compete

11:42

isn't that a shame

11:45

everyone's having such bad luck

11:48

[Music]

11:52

for wand is for armed

11:56

the fool wasn't so silly after all

11:58

as mr knight squire i had to be on the

12:01

lookout

12:05

what is it black knight i'm not playing

12:08

at nights now her but there's no time to

12:11

explain hurry please

12:14

stay here peddington

12:18

hurry hurry to see what's wrong at the

12:21

moment through here

12:28

such trusting souls are too easy to fool

12:32

look

12:33

really this is too much no

12:36

it is just enough to ensure victory is

12:40

mine

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[Music]

12:43

goodness black knight where are the

12:46

other brave souls i'm afraid i shall be

12:49

the only contestant today

12:53

what what happened to the others there

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are esquires here i am but my knight

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seems to have disappeared in that case

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first fire

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you must ride in his place tradition

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dictates it

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besides there's no way i'm even

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pretending to marry the black knight

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are you serious you dare compete with me

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look what you've done

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it's fine that will cost you daily i

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promise you it already has

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a whole jar of marmalade

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vengeance

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shall be mine

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i'm starting to get in the mood

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the contest has commenced without me all

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is lost

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no wait

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look it's mr brown

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[Music]

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wretched mom

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may the best knight finn

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foolish knight

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[Music]

14:10

[Applause]

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[Music]

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he put marmalade all over my lance i

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demand a rematch

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nonsense black knight it was a case of

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the biter being bit

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i declare our honored guest to the

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winner

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[Music]

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you embody the true spirit of a knight

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and may claim your pies

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ah

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what's this

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oh

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marmalade i hate marmalade

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then i fear fair maiden we cannot be wed

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in matters of taste i am afraid a bear

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will always choose

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marmalade

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no truer words were ever spoken

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[Music]

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ah

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wallpaper

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if only

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two weeks had gone by since mr brown

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announced he would redecorate my bedroom

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but he still hadn't started and i was

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beginning to think i'd have to live in

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the guest room forever

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but then things began to look up

15:30

there you are henry now you've no excuse

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for leaving paddington's room a moment

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longer then i'll start bright and early

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in a few days that's what you said last

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week why not begin this morning because

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i won't be able to finish it today and

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tomorrow we have a wedding to go to but

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like mrs bird says there's no point

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starting a job if you can't finish it

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i've never heard you say that but i have

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said

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don't put off until tomorrow what you

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can do today

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henry

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paddington's been waiting two weeks

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already

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don't worry paddington dad can't put it

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off forever goodness knows he's trying

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to your father isn't very fond of

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decorating

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perhaps he ought to pay someone to do

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the work for him

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hurry everyone or we'll be late for the

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wedding

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allow me mr brown

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here i'll get that for you mrs bird

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thank you paddington

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i hope you won't be at a loose end while

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we're gone for the day don't worry about

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me mrs brown i get my best ideas when

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i'm at a loose end

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[Music]

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i don't like the sound of that

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there was no reason for mr brown to pay

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someone to decorate not when he had an

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extra pair of handy paws in the house

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painting the window frame looks like a

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good place to start

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[Music]

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now i must be careful not to spill any

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this didn't happen to the workman next

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door

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[Music]

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perhaps the window frame wasn't the best

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place to start after all

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i realized i should have started with

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the ceiling because i could then cover

17:29

any paint drips with the wallpaper

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[Music]

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that's just what i need

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[Music]

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bears never stay down for long

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[Music]

18:04

aunt lucy always told you that what goes

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up must come down

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and she was right

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oh dear

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[Music]

18:24

luckily i'm not the sort of bear who

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gives up easily

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this was the part i'd be looking forward

18:30

to

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i decided it was why they invented

18:33

wallpaper in the first place

18:35

to cover up any splodges

18:37

now for the paste

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why is it that things that look easy are

18:45

often the hardest of all to do right

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[Music]

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but i discovered that once you get the

18:54

hang of putting the paste on the paper