Paddington and the 'old master'

United Kingdom, 1975

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Episode of Series “The wonderful world of Paddington Bear”.
Paddington and the Old Master is adapted from Chapters 4,5, and 8 of “A Bear Called Padddington” by Michael Bond. Paddington learns from Mr Gruber, an antique dealer, that old master-pieces are sometimes covered by newer paintings and that the “old master” can be restored. Paddington decides to apply this technique to one of Mr Brown’s paintings with disastrous results. Suitable for lower and middle primary levels.

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director

Ivor Wood

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FilmFair Communications

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00:06:00:00

Production places
United Kingdom
Production dates
1975

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The wonderful world of Paddington Bear

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