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9-16-2011 @ 5:26AM
The guy's voice sounds about right - reminded me of Prof. Brian Cox, weirdly, but the female accent is not a born and bred English accent - definitely a hint of something else there, as others have said. I giggled at Fletcher's theory that 'British' (British is also Welsh, N. Irish and Scots, as well as English - and that's without going into the huge amount of variation between counties accentwise) accents are considered more trustworthy - in that case why are 'baddies' in films often English accented? (unless they're Alan Rickman). :-)I like it, anyway and I'm with others who think Wowcrendor should do them for the American versions.
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