Paddington's got a new hobby--magic--and he's determined to give a magic show to entertain all the guests at his birthday party. But can the Browns' household survive his practicing? / While gathering facts on the wonders of Australia, Mr. Gruber and Paddington visit Mr. Gruber's old friend who is the head master at a private boys' school. They arrive in time to watch a friendly game of cricket, but when the school's team is one man short, Paddington leaps at the opportunity to try something new, and his bear sense makes for very interesting technique. / Due to bureaucratic bungling, Paddington receives notice that he should attend the local school. Paddington learns more than the three "R"s and he shows a thing or two to the teachers about getting what you ask for.
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In his attempt to discover an "old master" beneath one of the paintings in the drawing-room, Paddington ends up making a mess of Mr. Brown's entry in the local handicraft exhibition. With time running out and the exhibition fast-approaching, Paddington must rely on his un-honed artistic skills. / Paddington and Mr. Gruber arrive in France to experience the age old tradition of a Pardon. The citizens of St. Castille are sure to remember this year's ceremony for years to come when Paddington joins the local marching band--and helps end the day with a bang. / When Paddington and the Browns go for a picnic on the river, Paddington ends up in the river. And, when he hears Judy tell everybody that he can't swim, well, down he sinks...into the river's nine inch depths. Paddington is rescued - minus hat! Did his most favorite possession fall victim to the river's whirlpool?
When Harold Price and Deirdre Flint ask him to be an usher at their wedding, Paddington is thrilled...until he discovers that he can't remove the wedding ring he has slipped onto his paw. / It's the flamenco festival in Seville, Spain, which is in itself a wonderful event. But for Paddington, coming to the home of the famous Seville oranges, which are used in his favorite marmalade, pushes Paddington over the edge and he can't stop himself from whipping up a batch of extra sticky marmalade. And when he does, he's the belle of the ball at the flamenco festival's grand finale. / While visiting Sir Huntley Martin's marmalade factory, Paddington is mistaken for a worker and set to work cleaning out barrels. A special ceremony is punctuated by an avalanche of empty marmalade barrels that come thundering through the scene.
Paddington and the Browns attend the ballet. When the famed Sergei Oblomov throws a temper tantrum and refuses to dance, his partner storms off. But when Sergei changes his mind and decides he will dance, his partner cannot be found. With time running out, Paddington dons tights and saves the show. / Mr. Gruber is off on his first trip to research his book, The World and its Wonders, but he soon realizes that he needs an assistant to help with all the details. A willing bear makes for a great helper, and before Paddington and Mr. Gruber even leave the airport, Mr. Gruber's got enough material for a first chapter. / While being fitted for a tuxedo for a local charity ball, Paddington wanders into a neighboring restaurant where he is mistaken for the famed gourmet Duncan Hyde. The restaurant staff is only too happy to supply our hero with anything (and practically everything) on the menu until...it's time to pay for the meal.
When Paddington breaks a tooth, it's off to the dentist's office where Mr. Leach, the family dentist, discovers that bears can be difficult patients at best. / The entire idea that huge reptiles once roamed the Earth is amazing for Paddington, and certainly worthy of a chapter in Mr. Gruber's book, The World and its Wonders. So Paddington and Mr. Gruber are off to the badlands in Alberta, Canada, to learn all they can about dinosaur fossils. And do they ever learn a lot, especially when Paddington discovers a new species--the Paddingsaurus Marmaladous. / Paddington wins a hairy leg contest at the local pier and is delighted with his prize: free water skiing lessons. Water skiing isn't as easy as it looks, especially when your umbrella pops open in mid-ski, but Paddington helps revitalize an old sport and people line up from all around to have a go.
Mr. Curry tricks Paddington into doing some yard work for him. Unfortunately for Mr. Curry (and his yard in particular), Paddington's lawnmowing skills leave much to be desired. / Paddington and Mr. Gruber visit Buzz Booster, a rocket scientist with NASA, and he gives them a royal tour of the space center. Mr. Gruber wants to include space travel in his book, but Paddington almost makes it into the history books when he's suited up and is about to blast off in the space shuttle to become the first bear in space. / Paddington experiences snow for the first time and he becomes a little over-zealous with snowballs when he tosses one into Mr. Curry's bedroom. To make it up to his neighbour, Paddington shovels his walk, but in the process, locks Mr. Curry out of his house... more than once.
Mr. Brown has been doing many renovations around 32 Windsor Gardens, all of which Mr. Curry has copied to a T. But when Paddington helps his neighbour install a serving hatch in a kitchen wall, Mr. Curry ends up with a hole in the side of his house. At first Mr. Curry's furious until Paddington points out that it can be used as a serving hatch and if he's lucky, Mr. Curry will never have to answer his door again. / Researchers and scientists come from all over the world to study the amazing animals on the Galapagos islands, each hoping to discover a new species. Paddington unknowingly helps a pair of naturalists attain this goal, and it's not until he and Mr. Gruber watch a documentary on TV do they realize what, who, and where this mysterious new species is--sitting on a comfy sofa in an antique shop in London. / The International Week festivities are underway and Paddington joins Mr. Gruber for the Fair and Grand Parade. Paddington causes a near riot at the caber toss, but redeems himself by staying ten minutes in the ring with wrestler "Muscles" Galore.
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.
In his attempts to unfreeze Mr. Curry's water pipes, Paddington ends up flooding his neighbor's bathroom. / Does the Yeti really exist? Mr. Gruber doesn't think so while Paddington would like to believe that it does. They may be close to discovering the answer when they get stranded in the Himalayas and seek refuge in a cave. After some very strange occurrences in the night, they both know they saw something... or was it simply each other? / Paddington is a contestant on a game show where his skewed logic delights the audience and totally befuddles the harried host.
Paddington does a wonderful imitation of a black bear when he tries to clean out the Browns' sooty chimney - and winds up losing his brushes inside. / Through a bureaucratic bungling, Paddington is chosen to represent England and run a leg in the Olympic Flame relay across the United States. But when Paddington takes a wrong turn and ends up lost in the middle of the city, it looks like the opening ceremonies are doomed. Luckily for him, and the world, Paddington runs into some very helpful people who get him to the stadium in the nick of time. / When he spies Paddington hard at work, making a "do it yourself" magazine rack for Mr. Brown, Mr. Curry convinces the little bear to drop by his house and make him a magazine rack as well. Unfortunately for Mr. Curry, Paddington's carpentry is a little rough around the edges. In the end, the magazine rack is completed - at the cost of Mr. Curry's kitchen table.
Paddington tests Mr. Curry's hammock - and finds the darn thing tricky at best. / Paddington and Mr. Gruber step into the past when they arrive in Charlemagne, Germany, for a medieval festival, complete with knightly competitions. Paddington dons armour and mounts a horse for a joust against the Black Knight, and thanks to some slippery marmalade, Sir Paddington is victorious. / Paddington's been room-less for 2 weeks while Mr. Brown procrastinates with the painting and wallpapering. So when Paddington finds himself at loose ends and alone in the house, he has a go at fixing up his room. His attempts fail and now it looks like the Browns will have to bring in professionals, which is just what everyone really wanted in the first place.
Paddington's old school invites the Browns to a special rugby match against a team from Peru. Paddington finds his loyalties are divided until the Peruvian team is one man short. Paddington gets in the scrum and soon helps tie the game... thanks to a little help from his Aunt Lucy, who's in England on a surprise visit. / As a reward for all their hard work, Mr. Gruber and Paddington visit a luxurious spa on the shores of the Dead Sea. Paddington is amazed at what people do to get body and mind in shape--it looks more like torture to him--and he does his best to rescue Mr. Gruber from harm. In the end, Paddington and Mr. Gruber are exhausted and need a vacation from their vacation. / Aunt Lucy's visit to London has kept the Browns on their toes and made them exhausted, so all are greatly relieved when Paddington sets out with his Aunt to do a little shopping. Little do they know they're looking for a gift to thank Mr. Brown for being so kind to Paddington, and it's a gift that will land them smack dap in the middle of the Thames in need of rescue by the harbour patrol.
Paddington loves cooking shows, but this time, the toffee recipe he's made turns out all wrong and indigestible. So when Paddington complains of stomach cramps and grabs his stomach in pain, the Browns hurry him to the hospital for emergency surgery. Luckily it's just a case of galloping toffee drops which got stuck to Paddington's fur. / When Mr. Gruber and Paddington's car breaks down in a small, dusty, mid-west town in the U.S., they are unknowingly recruited into the Army Reserves--and are sent off to boot camp. Paddington and Mr. Gruber find the Army isn't all it's cracked up to be, especially the food, but they make the best of it and end up being awarded medals of honour. / Paddington is swindled into buying some bogus shares for the Portobello Road Oil Company, so he sets out to the Stock Exchange to trade his bad shares for good ones. Paddington sets the market on a downswing when rumours spread about bogus shares flooding the market. But the rumours also help catch the con man, and Paddington gets his money back.