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George Best and Ken Branagh as you've never seen them before

By Shereen Low

Published 18/09/2015

Emma Thompson and Kenneth Branagh will also feature
Emma Thompson and Kenneth Branagh will also feature
Never-before-seen photograph of George Best that will feature in a TV Times exhibition celebrating the magazine’s 60th anniversary
Helen Mirren will also feature

Never-before-seen photographs of stars including George Best are to feature in a TV Times exhibition.

To celebrate the magazine's 60th anniversary, the images - part of the 60 Years, 60 Iconic Images exhibition - are a blast from the past.

Belfast-born Manchester United legend Best will be seen with screen stars Dame Helen Mirren, Sir Michael Caine, Sir Bruce Forsyth and Joanna Lumley.

The portraits show fashion icon Best smiling as he poses in a stylish black leather jacket and turquoise patterned neckerchief carrying an attache case.

Dame Helen, best known for portraying the Queen, is seen shimmering in a golden gown in 2005 after being voted all-time favourite actress as part of the 50th anniversary celebrations; Sir Bruce in 1967 during his time on ITV's variety programme The Bruce Forsyth Show, and Downton Abbey star Dame Maggie Smith photographed on a beach.

Stephanie Beacham shows off her puppy loves for her Cavalier King Charles spaniels Amoreena - a gift from director Michael Winner and actor Marlon Brando after their collaboration on The Nightcomers - and Minnie in the 1974 snapshot.

James Bond star Sir Roger Moore is seen resting between filming scenes of The Saint, in which he was Simon Templar.

A second exhibition, Interplay, will feature photographs of music stars from the 1960s to the 1980s, such as The Beatles, Kate Bush and The Doors.

The TV Times 60th exhibition, in association with the Merge Festival, is open from September 17 to October 18 at the Blue Fin Building and Platform, Southwark, in London.

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