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Fictional Characters from Great Britain

Based on the clues, name these fictional British characters.
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Hint
Character
Supersleuth of Baker Street
Wizarding prodigy of Little Whinging
Suave super spy and functional alcoholic
Pulled a sword from a stone
Jilted bride of "Great Expectations"
who never removed her wedding dress
Wanted a dalmatian fur coat
Orphan who asked for more gruel
Girl who Peter Pan took to Neverland
He stole from the rich and
gave to the poor
Girl who went to Wonderland
Hapless hotel owner
portrayed by John Cleese
Hint
Character
Traveled to Lilliput
Sexy tomb raider
Flying nanny
Immigrant bear from Peru
Wooster's personal gentleman
"Bah, humbug"
Downton Abbey lord
"Pride and Prejudice" protagonist
Cat with a perpetual grin
Londoner who went
around the world in 80 days
Historical personage
whose sidekick was Baldrick
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(73)
Good quiz. But didn't Peter Pan take Wendy to Neverland?
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Feb 18, 2014
(77)
Seconded, Wonderland must've spilled over from the Alice clue.
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Feb 18, 2014
D'oh! Fixed.
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Feb 18, 2014
(77)
Was surprised to see Downton Abbey and Pride and Prejudice so low, definitely expected them to beat Great Expectations and Baldrick's companion.
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Feb 18, 2014
(71)
It seems to me that younger people, especially males, represent the highest number of quiz takers on this site, based on the percentage of correct answers for clues about movies, video games, music, superheroes, Pokemon, etc. which appeal to that gender and age group. Therefore it stands to reason that group wouldn't be as likely to be interested in Downton Abbey and Jane Austen. There are exceptions, of course.
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Mar 19, 2015
(43)
Blackadder is fucking awesome
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Apr 26, 2017
(61)
Not sure but isn't Nanny Mcphee also a flying nanny?
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Apr 2, 2014
(57)
I don't recall her flying.....
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Apr 2, 2014
(76)
She was an earth-bound English nanny.
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Apr 2, 2014
(44)
Not to be nitpicking, but shouldn't the bride of Mr Darcy be Mrs Darcy?
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Apr 2, 2014
(21)
No, the wife of Mr Darcy would be Mrs Darcy, but the bride refers to Ms Bennett before the marriage ceremony is complete (and thus when complete makes her Mrs Darcy).
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Apr 2, 2014
(57)
Pretty strict on the spelling of 'Havisham' there. I knew the name but couldn't spell it.
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Apr 2, 2014
(76)
Seconded. I went through 3 iterations before spelling it close enough to trip the correct answer. I wanted there to be an R in the middle of that name, for some reason.
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Apr 2, 2014
(52)
Thirded - I spelt it every which way but the right one!
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Apr 21, 2017
(23)
Same here. I was convinced it was Haversham.
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Apr 21, 2017
(57)
That's what I kept trying.
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Apr 21, 2017
(45)
+1
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May 10, 2017
(22)
I think that you should add Doctor Who
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Apr 2, 2014
(40)
I'm not sure if a time travelling alien has British citizenship.
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Apr 2, 2014
(69)
It says fictional.
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Apr 2, 2014
(24)
Only if you're referring to the character Dr. Who portrayed by Peter Cushing in the 60s Dalek films, who was actually human and presumably British. But if you're referring to the The Doctor, then he is definitely not British, he's from Gallifrey. Although, as the Doctor himself once said, "lots of planets have a north..."
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Apr 4, 2014
(61)
Arthur is most real. He's sleeping in Avalon until Britain's greatest hour of need.
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Apr 2, 2014
(13)
He was already called out, actually. 2 or 3 fairy tales, a book, etc. But wasn't Jenkin of your name british? Or american? I forget. But most definitely real; the most serious war in history!
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Apr 21, 2014
(17)
"Immigrant bear from Peru" This is a bit pedantic but that surely means Paddington isn't from Britain but Peru.
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Apr 10, 2014
He's a naturalized citizen!
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Apr 11, 2014
(14)
But he only found fame once stranded in Britain. In Peru he was a no-one
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Apr 23, 2014
(23)
I wrote Chesire Cat but it said it was a wrong answer? :(
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Apr 12, 2014
(50)
That's because it's a CHESHIRE cat.
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May 24, 2014
(30)
Less that a quarter of participants knew who Miss Havisham was, deep shame.
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Apr 20, 2014
(69)
I knew who she was, I just spelt it Haversham.
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Nov 13, 2015
(59)
Yes, I agree, I knew her name but spelt it the same way as you, Mrs Haversham
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Apr 21, 2017
(60)
Yeah I went Haversham too. A little leeway on spelling would be nice.
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Apr 21, 2017
(52)
Yeah, lots of people seem to have known her but couldn't spell her name.
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Apr 21, 2017
(13)
Wow, paddington bear was from Peru? didn't know that. And with all the downton abbey hype, only 20% get it? And HOW did I miss Potter? Or Blackadder?
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Apr 21, 2014
(56)
Love the description of Paddington as an "immigrant bear."
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May 14, 2014
(45)
Great quiz! But Alice Liddell was not fictional, only her adventures in Wonderland were (:
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Mar 12, 2015
(71)
She inspired the character but there is no proof it was largely based on her. Dodgson paid homage to her in the books but maintained the character was not based on anyone.
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Mar 19, 2015
(46)
Wonderful quiz.
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Aug 26, 2015
(30)
For some reason I'm really excited Paddington Bear was included on this list :)
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Aug 24, 2016
(59)
Surprised Blackadder is only at 39%, was it not popular in the US? My weekly pub trivia team is actually called The Baldricks, as we usually have a cunning plan....
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Apr 21, 2017
(33)
Is it a plan so cunning you could pin a tail on it and call it a weasel?
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Apr 21, 2017
(59)
Chortle! Our plans are as cunning as a fox who's just been appointed Professor of Cunning at Oxford University
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Apr 21, 2017
(73)
Pedantic warning: As it's a British themed quiz it should be 'Travelled to Lilliput'
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Apr 21, 2017
(43)
Is accepting just the first name for those with first and surnames really testing our knowledge? Typing in Harry and getting it right makes it too easy. I can't think of any other quiz site or TV quiz show that just allows first names.
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Apr 21, 2017
(58)
Who knows Harry Potter but not his surname? I don't think accepting just the first name is making it any easier to get right, just easier to type. You either understand the clue or you don't. I doubt anyone is getting it half right.
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Apr 25, 2017
(62)
Good quiz, I tried all sorts of spelling for miss Havisham, Haversham, Havarsham, etc all to no avail.
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Apr 21, 2017
(35)
^^ This! Alternate spelling please....?
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Apr 21, 2017
(43)
Isn't Gulliver an Irish?
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Apr 21, 2017
(58)
No, he's English.
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Apr 25, 2017
(53)
The author, Jonathan Swift, is Irish. But the character Gulliver is English.
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Apr 25, 2017
(36)
Mr Bean ???????????????
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Apr 21, 2017
(54)
Many people believe that Robin Hood was real, living around the 13th or 14th century in Nottingham or South Yorkshire areas
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Apr 21, 2017
(63)
Many people also believe Sherlock Holmes was a real person.
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Apr 21, 2017
(27)
Yeah but records weren't as well kept in robin hoods time and there is no verifyed author so it is plausible that robin hood was real.
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Apr 22, 2017
(65)
I see that Jeeves' proper occupation has been chosen.
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Apr 21, 2017
(54)
Indeed, it pleased me as well; he's not a butler but a valet, a "gentleman's personal gentleman"!
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Apr 21, 2017
(64)
Alright, Baldrick, this is called "adding". If I have two beans and I add another two beans, what do I have?
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May 14, 2017
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