After being discovered in the station, Paddington is adopted by the Brown family, who take him home. The movie is expected to show the bear's origin (minus his early life in "Darkest Peru") and then follow mishaps and misadventures that are inspired by the entire series, not any specific book. Looking back now on the original storyline, it seems to me that the TV show ALF must have been heavily influenced by the books, which were first written by Michael Bond and illustrated by Peggy Fortnum. I also realize that, personally, I preferred the books about another bear, Cordoroy. I think I even preferred the teddy bear version of him. But I'm sure the movies will get to Cordoroy one of these days. In the meantime, the ever-popular plush versions of Paddington are about to receive a huge bump in sales.
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