THE OFFICIAL WEBSITE

This site is an unofficial Knightmare tribute fan site, with some official input from people such as Tim Child, the creator and producer of Knightmare, who wrote the History pages. It was created and is maintained by the knightmare.com team in their own spare time. It is in no way connected to any of the organisations that were involved in making Knightmare.

 

Imagery, Audio, and Video

Knightmare.com makes use of various forms of media on its' website. Some of the media featured has been donated to the site from various contributors. To protect the media featured on knightmare.com from being taken without permission some of the media includes a watermark.

Some of the media used is captured from televised editions of Knightmare and related footage. They are made freely available for Knightmare fans to enjoy. It is our belief that knightmare.com complies with section 30 (1) of the Copyright, Designs and Patent Act 1988, which states that "Fair dealing with a work for the purpose of criticism or review, of that or another work or of a performance of a work, does not infringe any copyright in the work provided that it is accompanied by a sufficient acknowledgement." If any of the material here is causing offence, please contact us to have it removed, or preferably to arrange to be given a specific credit.

The files provided on this website are for entertaiment/educational purposes only. Selling the files and/or using them as a part of a commercial operation would infringe copyright and knightmare.com cannot be held responsible if the files were wrongly used in this way.

Original Material

The original material on this site remains under copyright of knightmare.com. If you wish to reuse any of the material provided here, please contact us for details.

Submitted Material

By submitting material to us (either via the website or via email), you affirm that the material is original, that you own all rights to it and that it has not been published elsewhere.

You revoke any claims to ownership of any material that you submit (either via the website or via email) that we subsequently choose to use. We will always endeavour to credit you as the author of your material where possible. Your submission may be modified or edited in order to meet creative guidelines.

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