Permissions & Copyright
I am grateful for the help and permissions of the following:
Rupert, the anthropomorphic bear
Rupert Bear Characters permission and copyright of Express Newspapers/ Classic Media
John Beck, Followers of Rupert
Craig Bowen, Canterbury City Museums
The Guernsey Society.
Rupert and the Frog Song copyright of MPL Corporation
The GPO Film Unit
British Film Institute for the use of many film clips
Grierson Archives, University of Stirling
Royal Mail Education
Barry Wiles, EDS
Dan Dare & the Art of Frank Hampson
Eagle and Dan Dare Characters permission & copyright of The Dan Dare Corporation
Grateful thanks to Peter Hampson, Sally Morris, Jan Hallwood and David Britton.
Dan Dare 1956 clip kind permission & copyright of British Pathe
1950 Britain through the eyes of Picture Post
Picture Post images kind permission and copyright of Getty Images
Battersea Pleasure Gardens clip kind permission & copyright of British Pathe
Creating the Golden Era of Transatlantic Liners
Shipbuilder Magazine, The Institute of Marine Engineering, Science and Technology,
E.C.Parker Ltd Archives, Various Marine collectors who do not want a credit.
Film clips Kind permission & copyright of British Pathe
Leni Riefenstahl. Hitler’s Filmmaker
Film clips are from original films and most of the material is from untraceable sources in the public domain
as per the note below..
IMPORTANT please note:
Whilst every effort has been made to establish relevant copyrights and gain permissions, many licence holders do not reply. Because of this I have had to adopt “fair dealing” in the 2014 Exceptions to Copyright Design & Patents Act 1988 for educational use. Where known I have included an acknowledgement of copyright and am more than happy to rectify this in cases where I was unable to establish copyright