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Ive always had great respect for Paddington because he is amusingly English and eccentric. He is a great British institu
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"I've always had great respect for Paddington because he is amusingly English and eccentric. He is a great British institution and my generation grew up with the books and then Michael Horden's animations"

- Stephen Fry

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Stephen Fry is revealing his affection for the beloved character Paddington Bear. He acknowledges that Paddington is a representation of the English culture, with his eccentricities and quirks. Fry likewise mentions that his generation matured with the books and the animations of Paddington, which were produced by Michael Horden. This shows that Paddington has actually belonged of Fry's life because childhood, and he has a terrific respect for the character. Fry's quote is a testimony to the effect that Paddington has actually had on generations of individuals, and how he has ended up being a beloved British institution.

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United Kingdom Flag This quote is written / told by Stephen Fry somewhere between August 24, 1957 and today. He/she was a famous Comedian from United Kingdom. The author also have 34 other quotes.

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