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Director/Actor Interviews produced in conjunction with BBC Fiction Lab
Niels Bohr Archive, Copenhagen, Finn Aaserud, Director and Felicity Pors for their help and patience, and for providing an English translation of an obituary of Margrethe Bohr by Danish writer Helle Bygum.
Heather Lindsay, Librarian, Emilio Segrè Visual Archives, American Institute of Physics
Megan Callaway, UK Producer, KCET-TV
Joe Corrigan, California Institute of Technology
Matthew Ford, Photographer, for production stills from the making of "Copenhagen."
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Text excerpts in the Director's Favorite Scene and Key Scene sections from COPENHAGEN by Michael Frayn. Portions of the Timeline excerpted fromCOPENHAGEN postscript by Michael Frayn. Used by permission of the author. Copyright © 1998 by Michael Frayn. All Rights Reserved. Originally published in paperback in the United Kingdom by Methuen PublishingLimited, London.
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Portions of the Niels Bohr and Werner Heisenberg biographies, as well as portions of the Glossary were excerpted from supplemental material from the CD-ROM edition of THE DAY AFTER TRINITY by Jon Else, courtesy of The Voyager Company.
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