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 Douglas Gresham - “He was a man I felt I could trust.”
 Douglas Gresham - “He told people, 'I'd like to make a story out of that image because it has been in my head all of my life,' ... Aslan simply leapt into the story and dragged all the rest of the Narnian Chronicles along with him. ... I believe that all of this was a gift from God, of course.”
 Douglas Gresham - “In a sense, the child in him lived with him the rest of his life. ... For anyone who is writing for children, that is an important thing.”
 Douglas Gresham - “In my experience, he was excellent with children, ... He didn't talk down to us. He may have brought himself down to our level, but he never talked down to us from above. ... Jack was always conscious of the fact that children are people. They may be small and unformed, mentally and emotionally as yet, but they are people with all of the same trials, tribulations, frights and foibles as other people.”
 Douglas Gresham - “We never set out to make a 'Christian' movie. The book taps different veins in different people. If we overstressed what little symbolism there is, we would have thrown away the project.”
 Douglas Gresham - “Many people ask, 'Why are they coming back' The answer is that these books never went away,”
 Douglas Gresham - “Lewis viewed the book as a suppositional representation 'What might happen if animals and mythological creatures lived in harmony with God and saved the world from evil'”