Miles Davis, “Ascenseur pour l'échafaud” booklet

Am I correct in thinking these are Times New Roman and Baskerville?
Although that Times looks more contrasty to me than usual, and Baskerville might be using acute accent instead of its usual 9-shaped apostrophe.

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Baskerville Old Face, Times New Roman

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inktrap
26 Feb 2014 — 10:02am
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Baskerville Old Face Regular from URW or Bertold: Love the CD

Yeah, gives a whole new meaning to soundtrack music.

And Times is just usual Times New Roman?

Great noir movie along with Miles' music by the way!

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