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The Calendar Girls
« am: 24. Dezember 2012, 18:06:41 »

Es ist rührend, was dort in Großbritannien in geschehen ist.
Es ging um Krebs. Und um Liebe. Und um das, was man aus Liebe tut.
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Zu den wartenden Ehemännern:
"Ich darf gratulieren: Es ist ein Kalender."


http://www.harbourpictures.com/calendargirls/calendar.html




http://www.harbourpictures.com/calendargirls/invite.html

Im Web-Archive:
http://web.archive.org/web/*sr_1nr_100/http://www.daelnet.net/rylstonewi/*
http://web.archive.org/web/*sr_1nr_100/http://www.daelnet.net/calendargirls/*


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Dedication

John Richard Baker, Assistant National Park Officer
for the Yorkshire Dales, died in July 1998 aged 54.
During his illness John's friends raised
money for leukaemia & lymphoma research.



John's wife Angela and her friends are
members of the local WI, and the idea
of the "Alternative WI calendar" was
born. This idea provided much mirth
and entertainment for John throughout
this difficult time. After his death,
they were determined to continue.

John grew sunflowers from the onset of his illness and
gave them to friends and family in the hope that he
would have recovered by the time they flowered.
Unfortunately, this was not the case, but the sunflower
lives on as a reminder of John's life and has now
become an unofficial symbol for all fund raising for
leukaemia and lymphoma research by John's friends
and family.

John died before the completion of the calendar, which
is dedicated to him.
 
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"Erst hab ich noch meinen Morgenmantel angehabt,
dann war es noch ich und mein Hut."



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Sorry!

Unfortunately the original version of our calendar is sold out
in the UK. However, we hope to begin another larger print
run in America soon so that calendars can continue to be
distributed throughout the world.

All profits made from the sales of the calendar will be divided
between Leukaemia Research in the UK and the Leukaemia
Society in America.

Please refer back to this site for further up to date information
about obtaining a calendar, making a donation and news about
the ladies involved.

Thank You

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Calendars now available!

The LADIES of RYLSTONE CALENDAR is now on sale!

The product details are:

The LADIES of RYLSTONE Calendar
June 2000 - December 2001

Product No. 4152; $10.95
ISBN 0-7611-2146-3
UPC: 0-19628-04152-4
EAN: 9780761121466
Ships March 16, 2000

You can order online from Amazon. Click below to order now!

UK Telephone Order Number: 01280 814120

All royalties from the sale of the calendar benefit Leukaemia
Research: 50% of the royalties from the sale go to The
Leukaemia and Lymphoma Society of America; 50% of the
royalties for the Leukaemia Research Fund in the UK.

Thank You

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http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/B0000X7KBE/daeltheintegat04




"Ich überlege mir, ob ich das beruflich machen soll."



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Baker's half dozen ...

The Alternative WI calendar was launched in April
1999. It became a huge success and sold 88,000 copies
in the UK - double the Pirelli Calendar.

It was sold out in December 2000, having raised
£331,200 for the Leukaemia Research Fund.

In May 2000, a nineteen month version, called the
'Ladies of Rylstone', using the original photographs, was
published by Workman Publishers in New York. This
version sold over 200,000 worldwide, and a further
40,000 in the UK.

In total, £500,000 has been raised for leukaemia
research in the UK and US. A strong bond has been made
with the Leukaemia & Lymphoma Society of America,
half of the royalties of the American calendar went to
them. Four calendar girls recently were invited by them
to fund raise in Seattle. The calendar is now sold out.
Five of the original calendar girls have retired from fund
raising after a hectic two years. Six will continue.

The remaining six have produced a card entitled
'Bakers half Dozen', sponsored by the Leukaemia
Research Fund. The main reason was to sell in
Seattle, because no calendars were available.

They raised a lot of money in Seattle and are now
on sale here in the UK, signed, for £2.00 each,
with proceeds to the Leukaemia Research Fund.

© copyright Logan Studio

These cards will be sold at talks and presentations
locally or can be obtained mail order for £3.00 from:
4, The Croft, Cracoe, Skipton,
North Yorkshire, BD23 6LG.

Please make cheques payable to L.R.F.

2001 Calendars
The LADIES of RYLSTONE CALENDAR

and can be found online at  http://www.Amazon.co.uk

Thank You

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Our sponsors

Welcome Holidays Ltd, Embsay, Skipton
Maple Leaf Images, 34 Sheep St, Skipton
TKI Medical Systems Ltd, The Old Brewery, Broughton Hall, Skipton
Colin Atkins, Building Contractor, Throstle Nook, Threshfield, Skipton
Chris and Ian Caston
Bulloughs Contract Services Ltd, Craven House, Skipton
David Haggas, Hetton, Skipton
Skipton Building Society, Sports & Social Club, The Bailey, Skipton
Chantry House Gallery, Ripley, Harrogate
Wright Wine Company, Old Smithy, Raikes Rd, Skipton
Vogue Fasion Agency, 1 Chapel Hill, Skipton
Coniston Hall Lodge, Coniston Cold, Skipton
Bradford Cover & Tent Co Ltd, Windsor St, Bradford
Birchfield Residential Home for the Elderly, Blackburn
Napiers Restaurant, Chapel Hill, Skipton
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Philip & Sandra Sayers Design Services, Beckside, Cracoe, Skipton
John and June Mason, Skipton
Connolly Career Management Co., Old Stables, Toppan Barn, Cracoe, Skipton
Chris Walker Cookery weekends, Creebridge Hotel, Newton Stewart
Tempest Estates, Broughton Hall, Skipton
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Country Colours, 47 Swadford St, Belmont Bridge, Skipton
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J.W. Fabrics, Throstlenest Mill, Unit 1-5 Leeds Rd, Nelson,
Lans
T & T Rylstone, Skipton
SHC Hire Centre, Skipton
Airborne Adventures Ltd, Old Burton Croft, Rylstone, Skipton
Upper Wharfedale Rugby Club, Threshfield, Skipton
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Calendar Girls - the movie

The Alternative WI Calendar story continues.

In March 2000, Beryl Bamforth (January), Angela Baker
(February), Lynda Logan (July), Christine Clancy
(september), Tricia Stewart (October), Ros Fawcett
(November), Terry Logan (Photographer) and Angela's
two children signed a contract with Harbour Pictures
assigning the rights to their royalties over to the
Leukaemia Research Fund. The Calendar has now raised
over £600,000 for the fund.

The six girls who have signed for the movies are now
known as 'Baker's Half Dozen' - pictured here.

When the Alternative WI Calendar sold out in 2001, the
six produced the card to sell for the LRF.

The photographer was, or course, Terry Logan. There is a
dedication on the back of the card to John Baker, who was
the inspiration for the 'Alternative WI Calendar'.
These cards are sold for £2.00.

© copyright Logan Studio

At the end of June 2002 filming started on 'Calendar
Girls' on location in the Dales. Kettlewell, Linton,
Coniston, Skipton, Ingleton and Settle have all been
backdrops for the movie. Many locals have been
involved following a casting session for extras at the
Hanover Hotel in Skipton. Around 1000 extras were
needed, instilling a great local interest in the production.

The impressive cast includes Helen Mirren, Julie
Walters, Linda Bassett, Celia Imrie, Penelope Wilton,
Geraldine James, Annette Crosbie, John Alderton,
Ciaran Hinds and Phil Gledister.

The film is based on the story of the calendar, not an
overtly documentary approach, but treating the subject
with humour and sensitivity. As producer Suzanne
Mackie said, "This is a wonderful story because it has
heart, courage, group spirit and something that showed
you can come out of a tragedy and do something positive."

Chuck wagons, wardrobe trailers, make-up trailers,
generators, production offices, limos, a crew of 150 plus
actresses and actors descended on the Dales, bringing
with them much needed business after last year's foot and
mouth outbreak. They were a fantastic team of people
who loved their time in the Dales and all the people they
met and were sad to leave. Even after long days on set,
they supported two charity events bringing a certain
extra excitement to each of the events.

Buena Vista International (Disney) is backing the project
financially. The next six weeks filming takes place at
Shepperton Studios in London. Numerous extras are
travelling to London to continue their roles. The final
two weeks of filming takes place in Los Angeles at
Paramount Studios and on location in the US.

Release is scheduled for 2003. Skipton Plaza look out!

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Calendars now available!

The LADIES of RYLSTONE CALENDAR is now on sale!

The product details are:
The LADIES of RYLSTONE Calendar

June 2000 - December 2001
Product No. 4152; $10.95
ISBN 0-7611-2146-3
UPC: 0-19628-04152-4
EAN: 9780761121466
Ships March 16, 2000

You can order online from Amazon. Click below to order now!

UK Telephone Order Number: 01280 814120

All royalties from the sale of the calendar benefit Leukaemia
Research: 50% of the royalties from the sale go to The
Leukaemia and Lymphoma Society of America; 50% of the
royalties for the Leukaemia Research Fund in the UK.
Thank You

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"Nach Hollywood, bitte. Und ich hätte gern Ihr schönstes Flugzeug."



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This is the original web site dalenet put together for the Calendar Girls.

We now have a new page for the Calendar Girls, listing products
available, and holidays now offered by Calendar Girls Holidays Ltd.
>Read more about calendar girls products and holidays


Calendar Girls - the movie

The Alternative WI Calendar story continues.

In March 2000, Beryl Bamforth (January), Angela Baker
(February), Lynda Logan (July), Christine Clancy
(september), Tricia Stewart (October), Ros Fawcett
(November), Terry Logan (Photographer) and Angela's
two children signed a contract with Harbour Pictures
assigning the rights to their royalties over to the
Leukaemia Research Fund. The Calendar has now raised
over £600,000 for the fund.

The six girls who have signed for the movies are now
known as 'Baker's Half Dozen' - pictured here. When
the Alternative WI Calendar sold out in 2001, the six
produced the card to sell for the LRF.

The photographer was, or course, Terry Logan. There is
a dedication on the back of the card to John Baker, who
was the inspiration for the 'Alternative WI Calendar'.

These cards are sold for £2.00.
© copyright Logan Studio

At the end of June 2002 filming started on 'Calendar
Girls' on location in the Dales. Kettlewell, Linton,
Coniston, Skipton, Ingleton and Settle have all been
backdrops for the movie. Many locals have been
involved following a casting session for extras at the
Hanover Hotel in Skipton. Around 1000 extras were
needed, instilling a great local interest in the production.
The impressive cast includes Helen Mirren, Julie
Walters, Linda Bassett, Celia Imrie, Penelope Wilton,
Geraldine James, Annette Crosbie, John Alderton,
Ciaran Hinds and Phil Gledister.

The film is based on the story of the calendar, not an
overtly documentary approach, but treating the subject
with humour and sensitivity. As producer Suzanne
Mackie said, "This is a wonderful story because it has
heart, courage, group spirit and something that showed
you can come out of a tragedy and do something positive."

Chuck wagons, wardrobe trailers, make-up trailers,
generators, production offices, limos, a crew of 150 plus
actresses and actors descended on the Dales, bringing
with them much needed business after last year's foot and
mouth outbreak. They were a fantastic team of people
who loved their time in the Dales and all the people they
met and were sad to leave. Even after long days on set,
they supported two charity events bringing a certain
extra excitement to each of the events.

Buena Vista International (Disney) is backing the project
financially. The next six weeks filming takes place at
Shepperton Studios in London. Numerous extras are
travelling to London to continue their roles. The final
two weeks of filming takes place in Los Angeles at
Paramount Studios and on location in the US.

Release is scheduled for 2003. Skipton Plaza look out!

Copyright ©1999-2002 quantum dot knowledge
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Calendar Girls

For more information and background on the calendar girls, and the
original alternative WI calendar which started off the Calendar Girls
phenomenon, go to dalenet's original Alternative WI Calendar site.

Calendar Girls Products
Calendar Girls DVD
Release Date: 9 February, 2004
Classification: 15
Starring: Julie Walters, Helen Mirren, et al.
Director: Nigel Cole
View details
http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/B0000X7KBE/daeltheintegat04

Calendar Girls Video (VHS)
Release Date: 9 February, 2004
Classification: 15
Starring: Julie Walters, Helen Mirren, et al.
Director: Nigel Cole
View details
http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/B0000X7KB4/daeltheintegat04

Calendar Girls Soundtrack - Audio CD
Single Disc - 15 tracks
View details
http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/B0000CA2TH/daeltheintegat04

Calendar Girls Calendar (2004)
ISBN: 0723249687
View details
http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/0723249687/daeltheintegat04

Calendar Girl Book
Calendar Girl: In Which a Lady of Rylstone Reveals All
ISBN: 0330427385
View details
http://www.amazon.co.uk/exec/obidos/ASIN/0330427385/daeltheintegat04

Calendar Girls Related Sites
Calendar Girls Film
http://www.calendargirls.tv/home.html

Logan Studios
Go to the site of the original calendar's photographer, Terry Logan.
http://www.terrylogan.com

Leukaemia Research Fund
Raising money for this charity is what kicked off the calendar girls
phenomenon. All royalties from the new 2004 calendar will be donated to
the LRF. In addition each calendar girls holiday booked will result
in a contribution to the LRF.
http://www.lrf.org.uk

Kettlewell
The village of Kettlewell, also known as "Knapely" in the Calendar Girls film.
http://www.kettlewell.info

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TERRY LOGAN

The Dalesman Publishing Company have also produced a lavishly
illustrated new book which tells the whole story of the Calendar
and Film.

You can order direct by going to http://www.dalesman.co.uk

The Alternative WI Calendar

The Alternative WI Calendar has become an
international phenomena and has gone down
in English folklore. The calendar featured 11
mature ladies posing naked, except for a
string of pearls, doing the traditional crafts of
the WI. The idea was to raise money for the
Leukaemia Research Fund following the
death of his friend John Baker.

The calendar outsold the famous Pirelli one
and many others and the tale has now been
made into a major film, Calendar Girls,
starring Helen Mirren, Julie Walters, Annette
Crosby and an all-star cast of British actors.

The calendar has now raised over £1 million
and is well on the way to a second million.

In response to numerous requests, Leukaemia
Research asked us to produce another calendar for 2007.

This calendar, which is based on the original
but has 6 new images, will be launched this
April in York.

Copies are available priced at £10 + £2 p+p
direct from Leukaemia Research, 43 Great
Ormond St, London, WC1N 3JJ.

Alternatively you can go to:http://www.lrf.org.uk
or telephone 01923 779181

© Site & contents Copyright Terry Logan, 2003 & 2004.
Logan Studio, Park Grange, Threshfield, Skipton, North Yorkshire, BD23 5HA
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