LMI Boosts Portfolio with ‘Carry On’ and ‘Benny Hill’

Two British TV shows get licensing programs through LMI.

License Global

July 22, 2022

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"Benny Hill."
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LMI has signed on to represent “Carry On” and “Benny Hill” for licensing opportunities. 

2025 will mark 65 years since the “Carry On” films first burst onto the silver screen. There are 31 films, three Christmas specials, three stage plays and a 13-episode TV series continually broadcast and available for streaming on networks including Sky Gold, BritBox, YouTube, My Five, Amazon Prime, Netflix and Sky Cinema. 

A range of cleaning products and collection of six premium-quality beers and ales including “Screaming” and “Matron” are already under license, and LMI has a collection of movie posters, logos, images and phrases available for licensing now. 

“The Benny Hill Show” was among the most-watched programs in the U.K. and was exported to more than 90 countries, generating £100 million in foreign sales.  

After 20 years off the air, “The Benny Hill Show” returned to screens on Sky Gold at Christmas in 2021. The series is also available on multiple channels including BritBox, YouTube and Amazon. 

LMI is exhibiting at Brand Licensing Europe 2022. Find out more info here.

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