The Brettish Empire
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Acknowledgements and Credits

The Brettish Empire/TBE copyright (c) 1994-2014 by Lisa L. Oldham, all rights reserved. Please do not copy, download, repost or otherwise reprint content and/or graphic images from TBE without the written consent of the author. Thank you!

Please send comments or questions re: The Brettish Empire to write2TBE at aol dot com.  (I had to disable the "mailto:" link and manually spell out the address because of problems with spambots...I apologize for the inconvenience.) 

Note:
Due to full-time work and family commitments--and intermittent computer problems--I usually cannot answer e-mail immediately, but I will try to answer as soon as I can. Also, be sure to check the JB FAQ--you may find an answer to your question there. Thank you for your interest, for your kind comments and for your patience! :)


AUTHOR CREDITS

Author/Editor/Researcher/Webmaster - Lisa L. Oldham

Original TBE website design and logo - Jeff Wolfe

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IMAGE CREDITS

EDITOR'S NOTE: While I have spent countless hours of my own time and wherewithal finding, scanning, digitizing and arranging the images used on TBE, I have always made it a point to properly credit all images used on TBE, and where possible, I've asked for and received permission to display images. I have always made it clear that images are displayed here only for informational and illustration purposes. The "brettish.com" watermark on some images is there to discourage linking directly to the photos (which is bandwidth theft), not to indicate copyright ownership.  If any copyright holder asks me to remove an image from TBE, I will gladly comply, because the copyright holder is legally the only one who has the right to decide how, where, or if they want their work copied or shared. Thank you. 

Unless otherwise noted, the following images were physically scanned from the editor's personal collection of Jeremy Brett memorabilia. Copyright ownership is neither implied nor infringement  intended. PLEASE DO NOT COPY ANY OF THESE IMAGES TO DISPLAY ON OTHER WEBSITES, IN DISCUSSION GROUP PHOTO FILES, IN PHOTO STORAGE SITES OR ON FAN VIDEO SITES, et al. Thank you! 

Front page: Portrait of Jeremy Brett, date/photographer unknown. Please do not copy or link to this image.

Jeremy Brett as Sherlock Holmes by Rich Pine (copyright 2005--created for TBE and used with kind permission of the artist). Please do not copy or link to this image. For the story behind this unique image, click here.

"Stages of Life":  Photo from The Tempest courtesy of Linda Pritchard, used by kind permission. Please do not copy or link to this image.

Autographed publicity headshot of JB as he appeared in War and Peace (1956) (JB FAQ page)

Illustrations for "London/JB Celebration" (TBE Vol II., No.5) from The Century Magazine (artist/date unknown, but probably early 1900's; found in box of ephemera purchased at an auction, and they just seemed to match the celebration story).  

Production still of JB as he appeared in Sherlock Holmes (JB FAQ page).
PBS publicity image from Frank and Arlene Goodman Assoc. "For Use At Will."

Photo of JB as a toddler from UK Woman's Weekly, 16 October 1990. ("Berkswell Boy" page.) 

Caricature of JB and Rosemary Harris in Troilus and Cressida by Sam Norkin, Sunday News, December 23, 1956, digitally colorized by LLO ("Early Stages" page)

Audrey Hepburn, May Britt, and JB on cover of Epoca, Italian magazine, 1955 ("Early Stages" page) 

Production photo of Troilus and Cressida by Houston Rogers from June 1956 Theatre World. ("Early Stages" page.)

Autographed publicity photo of JB and Rosemary Harris as they appeared in Troilus and Cressida, 1956. ("Early Stages" page)

Production photo of JB and Rosemary Harris in Troilus and Cressida by Alfredo Valente from Theatre Arts, February 1957. ("Early Stages" page)

Photo of Old Vic players and Burl Ives by Gjon Mili, circa 1956, (c) Time Inc. (Displayed for personal non-commercial use only.)

Production photo of JB and Sandra Caron by Mark Edmark from The Kitchen programme, 1961. ("Early Stages" page)

Rehearsal photo of JB and Sandra Caron by Sandra Lousada from The Kitchen, 1961 ("Early Stages" page)

Detail from production photo of Saint Joan by Angus McBean from August 1963 Theatre World. ("Early Stages" page.)

Production photo from The Deputy, February 26, 1964. Credit: Associated Press news photo ("Middle Stages" page)

Production photo from The Deputy from Time Magazine, March 6, 1964. ("Middle Stages" page)

Press photo of protestors picketing The Deputy on February 26, 1964. Credit: UPI Photo ("Middle Stages" page)

Production photo from The Deputy, February 26, 1964. Credit: UPI Telephoto ("Middle Stages" page)

Production photo of JB and Sheila Reid in Much Ado About Nothing from the programme ("Middle Stages" page)

Production photo of JB in Tartuffe by Lewis Morley (from the National Theatre Archives) ("Middle Stages" page)

Production photo from A Voyage Round My Father from Plays and Players, October 1971. ("Middle Stages" page.)

Press photo of Company Theatre members, December 1972. Syndication International/Photo Trends. ("Middle Stages" page.)

Production photos from Design for Living from the programme. ("Later Stages" page)

Black and white headshot of JB as "Willie Tatham" in Aren't We All? - detail of photo by Martha Swope (press photo)

Black and white headshot of JB as "Mirabell" in The Way of The World - detail of photo by Robert C. Ragsdale (press photo)

Detail of press photo of JB as "Theseus/Oberon" in A Midsummer Night's Dream at the Stratford Festival, 8/24/1976. Photo by Robert C. Ragsdale (press photo. Cropping/colour/digital effects/titles added by Lisa Oldham.  

Black and white publicity photos of JB as Count Dracula by Kenn Duncan - Courtesy and copyright: The New York Library For The Performing Arts

Photo of JB and Isabel Sanford from PreView Magazine, March 1979. Published by The Laufer Company, copyright 1979. ("Later Stages" page)

Photo of Joan (Wilson) Sullivan from American Film, December 1977-January 1978. Published by the American Film Institute. ("Later Stages" page)

Colour publicity photos of JB as "Willie Tatham" in Aren't We All? by Martha Swope. Courtesy and copyright: The New York Library For The Performing Arts ("Later Stages" page)

Lobby card photo of Audrey Hepburn and Jeremy Brett from War and Peace (1956). Copyright 1956 by Paramount Pictures Corp. "Permission granted for newspaper and magazine reproduction when credit given to Paramount Pictures Corporation." ("Lights, Camera, Jeremy!" page)

Still of May Britt, Jeremy Brett and Audrey Hepburn from War and Peace (1956). Digital effects and title added by LLO using PhotoImpression software. ("Big Screen Brett" page)

Advertising poster for Svengali from original press kit distributed by J. Arthur Rank Overseas Film Distributors. ("Big Screen Brett" page)

Publicity photo of JB and Audrey Hepburn from Films and Filming, March 1956. ("Big Screen Brett" page)

Lobby card photo of Ian McShane, Virginia Maskell, and JB from Young and Willing (U.S. release title of The Wild and the Willing), copyright 1964 by Universal Pictures Co., Inc. ("Big Screen Brett" page)

Publicity still from The Model Murder Case (1963) from French-language Rank Organisation pressbook (trivia: film's French title is L'Etrange Mort De Miss Gray)

Publicity headshot of JB as he appeared in the 1964 film version of My Fair Lady (image digitized and "antiqued" by LLO with Microsoft Image Composer). ("Big Screen Brett" page)

Press kit side of JB in Deceptions, 1985 ("JBTV Pt. I" page)

Detail from publicity photo of JB as he appeared in The Lost Stradivarius (1966). From cover of Look Westward (British regional television guide), 1/22/66. Copyright The Dickens Press Ltd. 1965.  ("JBTV Pt. I" page) 

Production photo of JB and Lee Remick in Jennie: Lady Randolph Churchill, from "The Lives and Loves of Jennie Churchill, 'A TV Times Souvenir of the Thames Television Series'". Copyright Independent Television Publications Limited, 1974.

Detail from CBS publicity photo of JB as he appeared in Young Dan'l Boone (1977). Original digital image cropped, edited and tinted by LLO using Microsoft Image Composer. ("JBTV Pt. I" page.) 

CBS publicity photo of JB and Len Birman in Young Dan'l Boone ("JBTV Pt. I" page)

CBS publicity photo of JB, Rick Moses and Ji-Tu Cumbuka, sepia toned by LLO ("JBTV Pt. I" page) 

Production photo of JB in Number 10:  Bloodline, from The Tyne Tees TV Times, February 12-18, 1983. ("JBTV Pt. I" page)

Press kit slide of JB and Gina Lollobrigida in Deceptions, 1985. ("JBTV Pt. I" page)

Publicity photos of JB as he appeared in A Picture of Katherine Mansfield with Vanessa Redgrave, BBC-2, 1973. ("JBTV Pt. II" page)

PBS publicity photo of JB as he appeared in An Aspidistra in Babylon. ("JBTV Pt. II" page)

Production photo of JB and Joan Plowright in The Merchant of Venice, from the cover of The Cleveland Press TV Showtime, March 15-22, 1974. ("JBTV Pt. II" page)

Publicity photo (from press kit slide) of JB and Joanna David as they appeared in 1978 UK miniseries Rebecca. ("JBTV Pt. II" page) 

Lobby card photo of JB and Ian Bannen from the theatrical release of Macbeth, originally televised on The Hallmark Hall of Fame in 1960. "A Prominent Films, Inc., Release" (card undated--circa 1963). ("JBTV Pt. II" page)

Production photo of JB in A Kind of Strength from Radio Times, January 28 - February 4, 1961 ("JBTV Pt. II" page)

Publicity photo of JB as he appeared in The Three Musketeers and caption from Radio Times, November 12-18, 1966. ("JBTV Pt. II" page) 

Jim Sharpe illustration of JB, Elizabeth Garvie and Susan Fleetwood as they appeared in The Good Soldier. PBS publicity image from Frank and Arlene Goodman Assoc. "For Use At Will." ("JBTV Pt. II" page)

Production photo of Jeremy Brett as King Arthur in The Morte D'Arthur from Radio Times, May 5-11, 1984. ("JBTV Pt. II" page)

Publicity photo of Jeremy Brett as Sherlock Holmes from cover of  The Philadelphia Inquirer "TV Week,"  March 10-16, 1985. Copyright 1985 by The Philadelphia Inquirer. ("JBTV/Sherlock Holmes" page) 

Detail from press kit slide of JB as he appeared in "The Master Blackmailer" episode of Sherlock Holmes. Image digitized, cropped and watermarked by LLO using PhotoImpression software. ("JBTV/Master Blackmailer" page) 

Mystery! publicity photo of JB as he appeared in "The Master Blackmailer" episode of Sherlock Holmes. ("JBTV/Master Blackmailer" page) 

1976 PBS publicity photo of JB and Dave Allen ("On With the Motley!") 

Caricature of JB as Sherlock Holmes ("The Sherlock Holmes Channel"), British publication,1985 (artist unknown)

1964 German lobby card photo of JB as Freddie in My Fair Lady ("Where Have You Seen JB?"). Rose border/background from Victoriaring.com (now apparently defunct).

Mystery! publicity photo of JB and Edward Hardwicke as they appeared in "The Master Blackmailer" episode of Sherlock Holmes. ("What's New" page) 

"Birthday Dreams" greeting created by LLO with Microsoft Image Composer, using 1960's publicity pic of JB and detail from 1960's magazine ad.

Various pages: B/W Victorian clip art from J.O.D's Old Fashioned Black and White Clip Art Collection (now apparently defunct).

Various pages: Video previews from Video Detective.com.


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