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There have been three other AnimatedSeries based off Paddington since, first by Creator/HannaBarbera in 1989, ''The New Adventures of Paddington Bear'' by Creator/{{Cinar}} in the late 90s, and ''The Adventures of Paddington'' in 2020.

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There have been three other AnimatedSeries based off Paddington since, first by Creator/HannaBarbera in 1989, ''The New Adventures of Paddington Bear'' by Creator/{{Cinar}} in the late 90s, and ''The Adventures of Paddington'' ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfPaddington'' in 2020.


There have been two other AnimatedSeries based off Paddington since, first by Creator/HannaBarbera in 1989, and another ''The New Adventures of Paddington Bear'' by Creator/{{Cinar}} in the late 90s.

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There have been two three other AnimatedSeries based off Paddington since, first by Creator/HannaBarbera in 1989, and another ''The New Adventures of Paddington Bear'' by Creator/{{Cinar}} in the late 90s.
90s, and ''The Adventures of Paddington'' in 2020.


There have been two other AnimatedSeries based off Paddington since, first by Creator/HannaBarbera in 1990, and another ''The New Adventures of Paddington Bear'' by Creator/{{Cinar}} in the late 90s.

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There have been two other AnimatedSeries based off Paddington since, first by Creator/HannaBarbera in 1990, 1989, and another ''The New Adventures of Paddington Bear'' by Creator/{{Cinar}} in the late 90s.


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A ''Film/{{Paddington}}'' live-action movie was released at the end of 2014, with Creator/BenWhishaw as the voice of Paddington.
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A ''Film/{{Paddington}}'' live-action movie was released at the end of 2014, with Creator/BenWhishaw as the voice of Paddington.
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Paddington. A 3-Disc DVD Collector's Edition of the whole series was also released by ''Creator/MillCreekEntertainment''.
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''Paddington'' is a TV series of 5 minute shorts that ran from 1975 to 1986. The unique visual style (Paddington himself is a stop-motion figure, the backgrounds are black-and-white line drawings and the other characters are 2D paper cutouts) and catchy theme tune led to it becoming a well-loved childhood favourite.

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''Paddington'' is a TV series of 5 minute shorts that ran from 1975 to 1986. The unique visual style (Paddington himself is a stop-motion figure, stuffed bear filmed in stop-motion, the backgrounds are black-and-white line drawings and the other characters are 2D paper cutouts) and catchy theme tune led to it becoming a well-loved childhood favourite.


* BlandNameProduct: Floyds Bank, in the episode in which Mrs Bird opens a bank account for Paddington. Also Barkriges (a compound of Barker's of Kensington and Selfriges.

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* BlandNameProduct: Floyds Bank, in the episode in which Mrs Bird opens a bank account for Paddington. Also Barkriges (a compound of Barker's of Kensington and Selfriges.Selfriges) where he is taken to buy clothes.


* BlandNameProduct: Floyds Bank, in the episode in which Mrs Bird opens a bank account for Paddington.

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* BlandNameProduct: Floyds Bank, in the episode in which Mrs Bird opens a bank account for Paddington. Also Barkriges (a compound of Barker's of Kensington and Selfriges.


* DeathGlare: Paddington's "hard stare"

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* DeathGlare: DisapprovingLook: Paddington's "hard stare"


* RidiculouslyCuteCritter: Paddington is looks nothing less than the cutest bear cub you'll ever see in stop-motion animation.

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* RidiculouslyCuteCritter: Paddington is looks nothing less than the cutest bear cub you'll ever see in stop-motion animation.

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* RidiculouslyCuteCritter: Paddington is looks nothing less than the cutest bear cub you'll ever see in stop-motion animation.


There have been two other AnimatedSeries based off Paddington since, first by Hanna-Barbera in 1990, and another ''The New Adventures of Paddington Bear'' by Creator/{{Cinar}} in the late 90s.

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There have been two other AnimatedSeries based off Paddington since, first by Hanna-Barbera Creator/HannaBarbera in 1990, and another ''The New Adventures of Paddington Bear'' by Creator/{{Cinar}} in the late 90s.


* MistakenForSpecialGuest: Paddington goes to visit a newly-opened restaurant and makes a comment that leads the staff to believe he is a famous food critic, resulting in him being offered a meal on the house. When the truth is realised, the restaurant owner waives the bill anyway, because the spectacle of Paddington enjoying his meal has created so much walk-in custom.

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* MistakenForSpecialGuest: Paddington goes to visit a newly-opened restaurant and makes a comment that leads the staff to believe he is a famous food critic, resulting in him being offered a meal on the house. When the truth is realised, the restaurant owner waives the bill anyway, because the spectacle of an adorably cute bear such as Paddington enjoying his meal has created so much walk-in custom.


The series is narrated, including all the character voices, by Michael Hordern.

The series was spun off into an AnimatedSeries twice, first by Hanna-Barbera in 1990, and again as ''The New Adventures of Paddington Bear'' by Creator/{{Cinar}} in the late 90s.

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The series is narrated, including all the character voices, by Sir Michael Hordern.

The series was spun off into an
Hordern.

There have been two other
AnimatedSeries twice, based off Paddington since, first by Hanna-Barbera in 1990, and again as another ''The New Adventures of Paddington Bear'' by Creator/{{Cinar}} in the late 90s.


* FaceFault: Paddington's reaction to receiving a large shock (often in the nature of realising he's done something he's about to get in big trouble for).

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* FaceFault: The "flip-take" variant is Paddington's standard reaction to receiving a large shock (often in the nature of realising he's done something he's about to get in big trouble for).

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