The Adventures of Paddington Bear

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The Adventures of Paddington Bear

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Sundays, 7:00 PM EST
Tracked 21 Times
2 Seasons, 32 Episodes
30 Minutes
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The Adventures of Paddington Bear is an animated childrenâ??s TV series based on the book Paddington Bear by Michael Bond. Paddington had been a lonely bear sent away from his home in Peru, Lima by his Aunt Lucy to end up in a London train station with a note simply and politely asking someone to look after him. In a new country and with a new family, the Browns, it seems that Paddingtonâ??s curiosity gets the best of him as he finds everything utterly fascinating. Unfortunately, he has the tendency to turn his little explorations into a full out adventure when he finds himself in sticky situations, like when he managed to get himself in a dance contest though he doesnâ??t know how to dance or when he became a guest speaker at the White House. Whether heâ??s eating marmalade sandwiches or getting into some snafu with the Brownâ??s children, Henry and Isabelle, there is a safe bet that when Paddingtonâ??s involved, life is definitely an interesting adventure.

SEASON 02 • EPISODE 08

Pantomime Time / Paddington In Alaska / A Stitch In Time

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Paddington attends a magic show where he is sawed in half, made to disappear, and then shows the magician a conjuring trick of his own - thanks to the secret compartment in his suitcase. / The Alaskan wilderness is where Mr. Gruber and Paddington have come to see how man and dog battle the elements. But when one young bear and a not so brave and rugged outdoors man find themselves in the middle of nowhere, it's a good thing wolves like marmalade too. A hole in Paddington's pocket makes him lose his weekly allowance, so to try and make up for it, he offers to mend some of Mr. Curry's clothes. But sewing is very difficult with paws and soon Mr. Curry's entire wardrobe is ruined. Good thing Paddington's sewing machine turns out to be an antique, and when he sells it, Mr. Curry can buy a new wardrobe, and Paddington has enough left over to replace his pocket money

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