Voyage to the Bottom of the Sea #5 Gold Key Comics George Wilson cover. "Village Beneath the Sea I" Inside front cover feature "The Great Undersea Safari" Sir Ellery Barrett, could not rest until he brought down the greatest prize of all...Admiral Nelson of the Seaview. Artwork by Alberto Giolitti. "Village Beneath the Sea II" Inside back cover feature. Artwork by Joe Certa. Black & white photograph of Richard Basehart (Admiral Nelson) and David Hedison (Captain Crane) back cover pin-up.
The WWF logo was inspired by Chi-Chi, a giant panda brought to the London Zoo in 1961, when WWF was being created. Says Sir Peter Scott, one of those founders and the man who sketched the first logo: “We wanted an animal that is beautiful, is endangered and one loved by many people in the world for its appealing qualities. We also wanted an animal that had an impact in black and white to save money on printing costs.”
Captain Sir Richard Francis Burton KCMG FRGS was an English geographer, explorer, translator, writer, soldier, orientalist, cartographer, ethnologist, spy, linguist, poet, fencer and diplomat. 19 March 1921 to 20 October 1890. Photographed in 1864. Photographer not known. Colourisation from black and white.
Sir Michael John Gambon CBE (b 19 October 1940) Irish-born English Theatre, TV & Film. Highly respected theatre actor, Gambon also recognised for roles as Philip Marlow in BBC tv serial The Singing Detective, as Jules Maigret in 1990s ITV serial Maigret, & as Professor Albus Dumbledore in final six Harry Potter films.http://www.google.co.uk/imgres?q=michael+gambon+black+and+white=1=en=safari=en=