The Adventures of Paddington Bear 106

WildBrain Kids
15 Apr 201323:04

Summary

TLDRالنص يحكي قصة بيرينغتون، الدب اللطيف، الذي يبدأ حياته الجديدة في إنجلترا بعد مغادرته من بيرو. يلتقي بعائلة براون ويصبح ابنهم، ويبهر بشخصيته الوديعة والمساعدة. يحاول بيرينغتون حل مشاكل مثل اختفاء اليقطين المحبوب للرجل ال稼بي، ويحاول أن يكون محققاً ويبهر بذكاءه وطاقته الثاقبة. يشارك في مسرحيات ويكتسب تجربة مثيرة في عالم المسرح. يحاول بيرينغتون الحفاظ على السحر والإيمان في القصص القديمة، ويُظهر أنه يمكن للأحداث البسيطة أن تكون مثيرة للاهتمام وملهمة للأطفال والبالغين على حد سواء.

Takeaways

  • 🧳 **Paddington小熊离开秘鲁,独自前往英格兰,开始了新生活。**
  • 🏠 **他在英格兰遇到了Brown一家,他们收留了他,现在他是他们家的儿子。**
  • 🤗 **Paddington乐于助人,面对问题时总能找到解决办法。**
  • 🕵️‍♂️ **他尝试成为一名侦探,解决邻里的盗窃案和家中的南瓜失踪案。**
  • 🎭 **在一次戏剧表演中,Paddington由于误会,意外地成为了演出的一部分。**
  • 🎟️ **他赢得了观看Cecilia Bloom主演的新剧《没有我的女儿》的门票。**
  • 👻 **在戏剧中,Paddington扮演了一个幽灵,帮助Cecilia记起了台词。**
  • 📚 **Mr. Gruber向Paddington介绍了爱尔兰的传说和神话,激发了他对魔法故事的兴趣。**
  • 🧛‍♂️ **他们通过扮演小矮妖来激发Siobhan对魔法故事的信仰。**
  • 🍀 **Mr. Brown装扮成小矮妖,用桶里的弹珠假装金子,以增加故事的真实感。**
  • 📝 **Paddington用隐形墨水记录了所有的线索,尽管Mrs. Bird没收了他的指纹垫。**

Q & A

  • (paddington) بادئة النص تشير إلى أن بيدينتون يعيش الآن في إنجلترا. هل تستطيع الإجابة على كيف وصلت به إلى هناك؟

    -بيدينتون يغادر بيرو و扬帆航行 إلى إنجلترا بمفرده، حيث يلتقي بالعائلة البراون التي تأخذه إلى منزلهم. يُعد هذا الحدث بداية حياة جديدة لديه.

  • (paddington) ما هي الوظيفة التي يحاول أن يحلقها بيدينتون في النص؟

    -يحاول بيدينتون أن يكون محققاً، حيث يحاول حل غموض القضية المتعلقة بالفرار من اليقطين.

  • (paddington) كيف يساعد بيدينتون في حل القضية؟

    -بيدينتون يستخدم معدات التحري مثل المكبر الظاهري والمشطح للبصمة، ويبدأ بزيارة مRGBr غروبر لجمع أدلة، ثم يخترع مخبأة لمراقبة المكان ويعثر على البurglar.

  • (paddington) ما الخطأ الذي يقع فيه بيدينتون أثناء محاولة حل القضية؟

    -بيدينتون يعتقد أن الشخص الذي يستخدم المصباح في البيت الفارغ هو اللص ولكن في النهاية يتضح أنه كان مRGBr براون يحاول أن يساعد على تذكير سيوبهان بالقصص السحرية.

  • (paddington) ماذا يحصل في النهاية مع اليقطين المفقود؟

    -تتضح في النهاية أن ماريس براون هي من أخذ اليقطين بالخطأ، ولم تكن تقصد الدخول في المنافسة في معرض الخضروات.

  • (paddington) ما الحدث الذي يشير إليه النص في النهاية؟

    -بيدينتون يط في مسابقة الراديو وينتصر على تذاكر لعرض ليبرالي ي飾 الفنانة سيسيليا بلوم.

  • (paddington) كيف يؤثر بيدينتون على تجربه في المسرح؟

    -بيدينتون يدخل في المسرح وهو يعتقد أن التمثيل حقيقي، مما يؤدي إلى تفاعله مع الفنانين و提供的 имضاءه في المسرح作为一个幽灵.

  • (paddington) ما التأثير السلبي الذي يحاول بيدينتون تحسينه في النص؟

    -بيدينتون يحاول تحسين الشعور بالخيبة من قبل الشخصية الظاهرية الجديرة في المسرح، التي تتجاهل ابنتها.

  • (paddington) كيف يساعد بيدينتون في تحسين الأداء في المسرح؟

    -بيدينتون يساعد على تذكير الفنانين بقوة المسرح وتأثيره على الجمهور، مما يؤدي إلى تحسين أدائهم وتحسين تفاعلهم مع الجمهور.

  • (paddington) ما هي الرسالة الأساسية التي يحاول النص إ达ها؟

    -النص يحاول إ达 رسالة أن الإيمان بالقصص السحرية والاهتمام بال-traditions قد يعيد الروح إلى الأحداث ويحفز الآخرين للتفكير بطريقة إبداعية.

  • (paddington) كيف يظهر النص الشخصية الإيجابية لبيدينتون؟

    -النص يظهر أن بيدينتون هو كائن حنون وظريف يحاول دائمًا المساعدة给别人، وأنه لديه رؤية فريدة من نوعها للعالم، مما يجعله شخصية مثيرة للاهتمام.

Outlines

00:00

🕵️‍♂️ Paddington's Detective Adventure

In the first paragraph, Paddington, having moved from Peru to England, starts a new life with the Browns. He is portrayed as a helpful and friendly individual who always tries to do the right thing, despite occasionally finding himself in difficult situations. When a burglary occurs in the neighborhood, Paddington takes on the role of a detective, equipped with a magnifying glass and an ink pad for fingerprints. He investigates the theft of a prized pumpkin and, through a series of humorous and clever deductions, manages to solve the mystery, revealing that Mrs. Brown mistakenly took the pumpkin, thinking it wasn't for the vegetable show.

05:02

🎭 The Magic of Believing

In the second paragraph, the story shifts to a narrative about the power of belief and magic. Mr. Brown and Mr. Gruber attempt to rekindle Siobhan's belief in Irish legends and leprechauns by staging an encounter with a leprechaun. Mr. Brown disguises himself as a leprechaun, and with Paddington's help, they create a convincing scene that leads to Siobhan witnessing what she believes to be a real leprechaun. This experience helps to restore her sense of wonder and belief in the magic of old stories.

10:06

🎟️ Paddington Wins Theatre Tickets

The third paragraph describes Paddington's excitement upon winning tickets to a play starring Cecilia Bloom. Paddington and Judy eagerly await the arrival of the tickets in the morning post. Once at the theater, Paddington becomes so engrossed in the performance that he mistakes it for reality and intervenes, believing the character Cecilia is being disowned by her father. His well-intentioned but misguided actions lead to a humorous mix-up on stage, after which he is revealed to be a part of the play, and Cecilia Bloom praises his acting skills.

15:08

👻 Paddington's Theatrical Debut

In the fourth paragraph, Paddington's unintended stage intervention leads to an unexpected opportunity. Cecilia Bloom, impressed by Paddington's commitment and the fright he gave her, decides to cast him as a ghost in the second act of the play. Despite his initial fear, Paddington embraces the role and becomes an instant hit with the audience. The paragraph ends with Paddington receiving an autographed picture from Cecilia, commemorating his theatrical debut and the joy of opening nights.

20:09

📨 Paddington's Curious Nature

The final paragraph, marked by the user input as paragraph 5 but not included in the provided script, would likely continue the narrative of Paddington's adventures, highlighting his curious nature and perhaps another one of his mischievous yet endearing escapades. Since the content of this paragraph is not provided, no summary can be given.

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Keywords

💡Paddington

Paddington هو الشخصية الرئيسية في النص، وهو دب صغير يعيش في إنجلترا. يتميز بسلوكه الطيب والشجاعة، وهو يحاول دائمًا المساعدة للآخرين. يظهر في النص أنه يحاول حل الألغاز والعمل على الأخطاء، ويُعد مثالًا على الود والشرف.

💡المغامرة

المغامرة هي موضوع رئيسي في النص، حيث يحاول Paddington حل الألغاز المختلفة مثل اختفاء اليقطين المحبوب. يتضمن النص مغامرات متنوعة مثل الكشف عن السرقة والتصوير في المسرح.

💡العدالة

العدالة هي مفهوم أساسي في النص، حيث يحاول Paddington التحقق من العدالة في الأحداث التي يمر بها، مثل محاولة الكشف عن اللص الذي اختف اليقطين، ومحاولة مساعدة في إصلاح الأخطاء.

💡العائلة

العائلة مكون أساسي في النص، حيث تشير إلى الدعم والحب الذي يشعر به Paddington من布朗 عائلة. يظهر النص أن العائلة هي المكان الذي يجد فيه Paddington الأمان والدعم في مواجهة التحديات.

💡ال侦査 (الكشف)

الكشف عن الحقائق هي موضوع مكرر في النص، حيث يحاول Paddington الكشف عن الحقيقة وحل الألغاز. يستخدم النص الكلمات مثل "الكشف" و"الألغاز" لوصف محاولاته لحل المشكلات.

💡الأخطاء

الأخطاء تظهر كجزء من التجربة البشرية في النص، حيث يحاول Paddington التعامل مع الأخطاء والتعلم منها. يشير النص إلى أنه يمكن لأي شخص ارتكاب الأخطاء، ولكن الأهمية يكمن في التعلم والتحسين.

💡الشجاعة

الشجاعة هي مظهر أساسي لشخصية Paddington، حيث يظهر أنه يتخذ الخطوات الشجاعة لحل المشاكل ومساعدة الآخرين. يشير النص إلى أنه يحاول Paddington الشجاعة حتى في المواقف الأكثر تحديًا.

💡السحر

السحر يظهر في النص كجزء من الثقافة الأوروبية، حيث يشير إلى الأساطير القديمة مثل اللبخاراون. يستخدم السحر في النص لتحفيز الإيمان والابتكار في الأحداث، ويُعد مثالًا على الثقافة والتقاليد.

💡المسرح

المسرح هو مكان لممارسة الإبداع والأداء في النص، حيث يشارك Paddington في مسرحية ويحاول المساعدة في تحسين الأداء. يشير النص إلى المسرح كوسيلة لتعبير المشاعر والأحداث.

💡الثقة

الثقة هي مفهوم أساسي في النص، حيث يظهر أن الثقة بالنفس والآخرين هي المفتاح لحل المشاكل. يشير النص إلى أن Paddington يثق في نفسه ويعمل على بناء الثقة مع الآخرين.

💡القيم

القيم مثل الشرف والعدالة والتعاون تظهر كعناصر رئيسية في النص. يظهر النص أن Paddington يحترم هذه القيم ويحاول تطبيقها في سلوكه و在其生活中.

Highlights

Paddington, a bear from Peru, starts a new life in England with the Brown family

Paddington is friendly, polite, and always tries to help others

Paddington plays detective to solve the mystery of a missing pumpkin

Mr. Brown disguises himself as a leprechaun to help rekindle a young girl's belief in magic

Paddington wins tickets to a play starring Cecilia Bloom

Paddington mistakes a scene from the play for real life and tries to intervene

Cecilia Bloom praises Paddington's bravery and offers him a role as a ghost in the play

Paddington's actions remind Cecilia of the power of theater

Paddington sends an autographed photo of Cecilia to his Aunt Lucy in Peru

Paddington is curious, speaks his mind, and gets into sticky situations

Paddington uses a magnifying glass, fingerprint pad, and other detective tools to solve the pumpkin mystery

Mr. Brown and Paddington work together to create a convincing leprechaun disguise

Paddington's innocent misunderstanding leads to a humorous turn of events in the play

Cecilia Bloom's portrayal of a hard-hearted father fools Paddington

Paddington's intervention on stage surprises the actors but ultimately enhances the performance

Paddington's actions demonstrate the importance of kindness, empathy, and believing in oneself

The story highlights the power of imagination, storytelling, and the magic of theater

Transcripts

00:02

left peru and sailed to england alone

00:07

there he met the browns and they took

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him home

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now a new life has begun he

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is son

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cause he always does his best to help

00:19

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

00:41

he is friendly and polite and he tries

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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

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trouble's never far behind it's

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paddington

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there's been another burglary in the

01:06

neighborhood it's getting so you can't

01:08

trust anybody these days

01:11

i agree mrs brown it's just terrible

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go ahead

01:17

but just one or you'll spoil your dinner

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i expect if i were a detective i could

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catch that burglar in no time

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oh so it's detective you're playing at

01:27

is it then maybe you can solve the

01:30

mystery of who put this marmalade stain

01:33

on the new tablecloth

01:36

hmm

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that's easy i did you see my first case

01:40

and it's already solved you won't

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believe what's happened someone's stolen

01:45

my prized pumpkin

01:47

never mind henry dear you've got several

01:50

others just as good i do mind and the

01:53

others will never be as good not in time

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for the vegetable show next week perhaps

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it was one of your competitors

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that's it

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of course

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you know i have a good mind to offer

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some kind of reward a reward

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i set out to solve the case of the

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missing pumpkin

02:12

my first step was to visit mr gruber at

02:14

his antique shop

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mr gruber gave me a magnifying glass and

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an ink pad for taking fingerprints

02:22

how are you getting on mr brown

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i'm afraid bears are good at making paw

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prints

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well here are some other things you

02:31

might find useful a police whistle

02:34

a notebook for writing down clues

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and some invisible ink

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with all this equipment i'm sure i'll be

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able to solve this case

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um

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there's only one thing missing

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every good detective needs a disguise

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now let's see what we have

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no

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i don't think so

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definitely not

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now that's better

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perfect

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i decided to try out my disguise right

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away and find some clues

03:24

i was looking for a vegetable thief so i

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thought the green grocers might be a

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good place to start

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excuse me but have you noticed any

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missing pumpkins lately

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the green grocer wasn't very helpful but

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then i remembered something mr gruber

03:50

said

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the criminal always returns to the scene

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of the crime

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i had a perfect view of the back garden

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from my bedroom window

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so that night i lay and wait

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i had all the necessary surveillance

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equipment and i was determined to stay

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up all night if i had to

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that's when i noticed something strange

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when i flashed a light at the neighbor's

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house

04:48

someone flashed back

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but the neighbors were away on holiday

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it seemed very suspicious so i decided

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to investigate

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i knew where to find the key because mrs

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bird was taking care of the plants while

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the neighbors were away

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hello

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i was still looking for the missing

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pumpkin so i went to check the

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refrigerator

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i found cucumbers and tomatoes

05:25

but no pumpkin

05:38

henry

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henry wake up i think i just heard a

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police whistle

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i caught him

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i caught the burglar

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he's inside i've got him trapped now now

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slow down who's trapped the burglar i

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put a chair under the doorknob so he

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can't get out

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hey

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let me out of here there is someone in

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there careful he's probably dangerous

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you just let us worry about that

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what's going on

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right

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someone's got some explaining to do

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let me see if i've got this right you

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were looking for a missing pumpkin and

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you saw lights coming from an empty

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house so you put on a disguise and

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packed up your

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what was it marmalade sandwiches

06:35

right

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it's all here in my notebook

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these pages are all blank

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well of course it's invisible ink

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that's it we're taking you in

06:49

well can i at least get my marmalade

06:51

sandwiches they're in the kitchen

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the super is never gonna believe this

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one

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what a story trust paddington to catch a

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burglar with marmalade sandwiches

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well i'm just glad it's over

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but what about my pumpkin

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oh i solved that case as well you did

07:26

of course it was you mrs brown you took

07:29

the pumpkin

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what

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oh it's true henry i'm sorry i took the

07:34

pumpkin by mistake i didn't know you

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were going to enter it into the

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vegetable show

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hmm

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but how did you figure it out paddington

07:43

simple

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last night you made pumpkin pie

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so you see aunt lucy i solved the case

07:51

after all although mrs bird confiscated

07:53

my fingerprint pad but not before i made

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one last paw print

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mr gruber says ireland is a magical

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place rich in legend myths and

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some very strange

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customs that's the famous bloney stone

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mr brown if you kiss it you will

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magically receive the gift of eloquence

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thousands of people have been there

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before you thousands

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i don't think i fancy kissing it anymore

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it's a good thing i've got something to

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take the taste away mr gruber told me

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that eloquence means you talk a lot

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i wonder what mrs bird would think about

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all this she often says that bears

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should be seen and not heard

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do you feel any different mr brown i was

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feeling dizzy

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but i didn't want to disappoint mr

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gruber in front of his friend why don't

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you say something really beautiful and

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poetic

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there is no charge for kissing the

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blaney stone remove all those valuables

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before doing so

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they don't say there's poetry and

09:07

everything if you look hard you know

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would you like to kiss the blinny stone

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siobhan oh grandfather i'm too old for

09:16

that silliness

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i didn't think kissing the blarney stone

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was silly

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just dangerous

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ah mr gruber

09:28

before siobhan's last birthday she loved

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my old tales in the irish legends

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i fear she may have forgotten about the

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part of her heart that wants to believe

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in such things as the blahni stone or

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leprechauns or santa claus not believe

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in santa claus mrs bird takes me to see

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him every christmas i wish there was

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some way to make siobhan remember

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oh

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well let's go home for supper and i'll

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tell you a wonderful story about a

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leprechaun great

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now while i love stories about

10:07

leprechauns it was clear siobhan didn't

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and that's when the young girl saw the

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leprechaun oh she knew he'd show her

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where his treasure was hidden but she

10:16

had to keep staring at him or he'd

10:18

disappear into thin air i'm sure your

10:21

hard stare would work very well on

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leprechauns mr brown if they existed

10:30

grandfather's stories are okay

10:32

but i know leprechauns and fairies don't

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exist

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how do you know that because i've never

10:38

seen one

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and you know what they say

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seeing is believing

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goodnight paddington seeing is believing

10:54

oh it's you mr brown what are you doing

10:59

seeing is believing mr gruber

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it certainly is siobhan said she doesn't

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think leprechauns are real because she's

11:06

never seen one

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but if she did see one she might believe

11:10

in them again and in all the old stories

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she used to love

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mr brown you are a genius

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but i'm a bear there are times when that

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is one and the same thing come we have

11:24

work to do

11:25

you take the library mr brown and see if

11:28

you can find out what a leprechaun looks

11:30

like bears are good at finding out

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things

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meanwhile i will try to gather together

11:35

some treasure

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aha

11:39

the leprechaun of ireland

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legend has it that if you catch a

11:43

leprechaun he will lead you to a

11:45

treasure but take your eyes off him and

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he will vanish into thin air

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at least you couldn't mistake him in a

11:51

crowd

11:52

when you want to find out something it's

11:54

nothing like a good book the trick is

11:57

finding the right one

12:00

i wish aunt lucy could see me now

12:02

you make a wonderful leprechaun mr brown

12:06

and this bucket of marbles looks like

12:08

real gold but whatever else you do you

12:12

mustn't speak

12:13

because that will give the game away

12:18

now get some sleep tomorrow we try to

12:20

remind siobhan about how much fun magic

12:22

magical stories can be

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good night mr plum

12:27

i was looking forward to the morning i'd

12:29

never been a leprechaun before

12:34

i wonder where mr brown is it's not like

12:38

him to oversleep please can you go and

12:40

see if he's awake siobhan okay

12:49

oh i i overslept hope i'm not too late

12:52

to be a leprechaun

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paddington

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hey

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what's been going on

13:03

i see you paddington

13:05

hey nice trick i didn't know bears are

13:08

so fast but i bet i can still catch you

13:12

you're not a leprechaun you know

13:15

it was really mr brown's idea

13:18

he just needed a little assistance here

13:22

and there

13:23

that's a very convincing costume if i

13:25

didn't know better i think he was a real

13:27

leprechaun

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ha there you are

13:38

back so soon mr brown but i've only just

13:40

begun mr gruber

13:42

it's nice to see you are taking your

13:44

role seriously you were very convincing

13:47

before

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i didn't know what mr gruber was talking

13:50

about

13:51

where did he go where did you go siobhan

13:54

paddington he was in the library just

13:57

now playing tricks pretending to be a

13:59

leprechaun in the library

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here's our leprechaun

14:03

and his treasure

14:05

yes but i wasn't in the library nor the

14:07

kitchen before now i've only just woken

14:10

up

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being a leprechaun makes you hungry

14:13

especially if you haven't had breakfast

14:15

but if that wasn't you in the library

14:18

or in here

14:20

then who

14:21

a real leprechaun

14:28

look where did he go out the window

14:34

but i'm sure i left it closed

14:36

he's gone

14:37

do you think it was a real leprechaun mr

14:39

gruber

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i'm not sure mr brown but this will

14:43

certainly make a great chapter in my

14:45

book the world and its wonders

14:48

to think

14:49

thanks to paddington i've seen a real

14:52

leprechaun

14:54

and seeing is believing

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good morning paddington

15:10

good morning judy what are you doing ah

15:13

do you remember the radio contest i

15:15

entered judy well the winner is supposed

15:17

to be notified by this morning's post

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huh

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there there paddington there'll be other

15:24

contests you can what's this

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a letter addressed to paddington brown

15:31

dear mr brown for correctly answering

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lima as the capital of peru you have won

15:36

tickets to the new play no daughter of

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mine starring cecilia bloom

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a play

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cecelia bloom

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i haven't seen him on stage since i was

15:51

a school girl

15:53

oh he was so handsome

15:57

was he's right he's a great old bear of

15:59

a man now

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old bear

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i suppose he does look a bit like my

16:05

uncle in darkest peru

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not enough cheese

16:12

how am i to remember me lines when fed

16:14

such meager fell

16:16

yes well maybe we should go over some of

16:18

those lines ceceli now your first line

16:21

is

16:22

my daughter has yet to return

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oh

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how i hate opening nights

16:32

i'd seen pictures of theaters before but

16:34

i'd never been inside one i couldn't

16:36

wait to see the stage

16:39

although it looked as if i might have to

16:43

this is much better it's lucky bears

16:45

have good eyesight you can use those

16:47

opera glasses they're only 20p

16:52

20p for a pair of opera glasses is very

16:55

good value

16:57

they'll be handy for watching television

16:59

at home you don't get to keep them

17:02

you put them back when you leave what

17:09

but 20p my marmalade

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oh sandwich my sandwich daughter

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my daughter has yet to return

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her mother will be heartbroken marmalade

17:25

a marmalade will be heartbroken

17:32

mother will be heartbroken

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don't worry i have another one

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oh father

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please let me stay

17:46

please

17:47

let me stay

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no

17:52

no

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fancy cersei turning his own daughter

17:58

out into the cold he's ignoring my hard

18:01

stairs perhaps it's because i'm using

18:03

these opera glasses

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don't you worry judy mr brown would

18:09

never treat you like that

18:13

there was only one thing to do

18:16

i had to tell the man that it wasn't his

18:18

daughter's fault she just made a mistake

18:21

and i'm a bear who knows about making

18:22

mistakes

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oh

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father

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worry miss bloom wait until i speak with

18:30

your father my father

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oh

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you mean cecilia he'll be off at the end

18:36

of the act oh why am i forced to do this

18:40

thing

18:41

there must be a way to change these

18:43

circumstances

18:45

but she my only daughter has disgraced

18:48

and besmirched the family name

18:51

i'll just wait for cecilia to come off

18:53

stage and then tell what

19:07

my line my

19:09

um

19:10

i have cast my daughter from my home may

19:14

accursed soul forever rome

19:17

why is paddington on cecilia's best my

19:19

daughter from my home

19:21

me her cursed soul

19:32

a ghost

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where

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there is nothing about a ghost in here

19:44

the ghost

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i'm not a ghost i am paddington brown

19:49

and you are a hard-hearted father who

19:51

won't even listen to his own daughter

19:54

you should come and stay at mr mrs

19:55

brown's they took me in and i came all

19:58

the way from darkest peru