Almost everyone knows that Paddington is a bear who usually wears a duffle coat, a rather shapeless hat and, on occasions, Wellington boots. Many people also know that his favourite food is marmalade and that he originally comes from Darkest Peru. Named for the train station where he was first found, Paddington was adopted by the Brown family (Father Henry, mother Mary, son Jonathan, and daughter Judy) and taken to their home at 32 Windsor Gardens, and his misadventures have delighted children since. Based on the books by Michael Bond.
Paddington starts a new job as a vacuum cleaner salesman, but the demonstration he gives to Mr. Curry does not go as well as expected.
Paddington finds a tie pin while Christmas shopping, makes a mess inside the shop, then gets rewarded by a grateful wealthy man
Paddington accidentally locks Mr. Curry in Mr. Brown's Sauna house.
When Paddington uses a flashlight to signal a morse code signal towards Mr. Brown's greenhouse, he is surprised when he gets a response, so he uses his detective kit to investigate.
Paddington helps Mr. Curry with his frozen water pipes.
Mr. Gruber takes Paddigton on a "mystery journey" to a Waxworks museum, where Paddington pretends to be a statue for a short while.
Paddington helps with the spring cleaning by trying to use a chimney sweeper.
Paddington tries to make toffee but only makes a mess in the kitchen.
Paddington is a contestant on a TV Quiz show. He appears to give incorrect answers to each question, but after he explains each answer, it turns out he is right after all. Paddington wins the jackpot of 100 pounds, and donates the money to the Home for Retired Bears in Peru.
Paddington visits Mr. Curry in the hospital, but due to a misunderstanding, is sent to a psychiatrist. They try a word association game together, and Paddington gets the better of the psychiatrist.
Paddington helps Mr. Curry compete in a golf competition.
Paddington is mistaken for a famous restaurant critic and gets to eat for free.
Paddington goes to the fair and has an encounter with a fortune teller.
When the Brown family and friend hold a party in Paddington's honor, Paddington entertains them with paper tearing tricks, then finds out he has been invited to his aunt Lucy's birthday party in Darkest Peru.
Paddington is amazed when he sees snow for the first time, and causes Mr. Curry some trouble by mistake.
It's Christmas and Paddington eagerly opens his presents. When he notices a bone in his Christmas Pudding, everyone fears he has eaten one of Mrs. Bird's lucky sixpences. Later, everyone opens the presents Paddington had given them.
Paddington goes to see a play with the Browns, and lends a hand when an actor forgets his lines.
Paddington buys a share in the Portobello Rd Oil Company
Paddington tries some DIY.
Paddington decides to thank Mr. Gruber for his kindness by finding him a finishing touch for his patio. When it comes to bringing it home, however, Paddington finds some unexpected surprises.
Paddington visits a bargain basement in a shopping store, in order to find something that was very good value. When he tries a demonstration at making pancakes with a frying pan, he accidentally flips the batter all over the audience.
Paddington goes to the local park to see a brass band concert, and he discovers how Schubert hadn't finished his symphony.
The Browns go out to a posh restaurant to celebrate his birthday.
Paddington helped the Drama Society with a performance called "The Secret Plan" but during the interval, the actor seems to have lost his plans.
Paddington goes to a rugby match to see The Peruvian Reserves against The Portabello Wanderers, and Aunt Lucy joins in the match, too.
Paddington's Aunt Lucy comes on visit, but trouble ensues when she goes to Barkridge's to buy Mr. Brown a thank-you present.