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007 MAGAZINE ARCHIVE FILES - On Her Majesty's Secret Service - File #1
January 2010
Cover: George Lazenby, Diana Rigg and Terry Mountain
36 pages [A4-size]

007 MAGAZINE ARCHIVE FILES - On Her Majesty's Secret Service File #1

007 MAGAZINE ARCHIVE FILES examines the filming of the exciting and brutal beach fight that opens the sixth James Bond film, On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969) starring one-time Bond George Lazenby, and the filming at The College of Arms in London. Featuring never-before-seen images from a scene cut from the final movie when Bond discovers the villainous Ernst Stavro Blofeld’s spy has infiltrated the college and is listening-in to 007’s top secret conversation with Sir Hilary Bray.

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007 MAGAZINE ARCHIVE FILES - On Her Majesty's Secret Service - File #2
June 2010

Cover: George Lazenby and Diana Rigg
36 pages [A4-size]
007 MAGAZINE ARCHIVE FILES - On Her Majesty's Secret Service File #2

This A4-size 36-page glossy DeLuxe Limited Edition Publication features exclusive previously unpublished comments from On Her Majesty's Secret Service director Peter Hunt (1925-2002) and also includes 100 rare and never-before-published images relating to the film.
 

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007 MAGAZINE ARCHIVE FILES – Sean Connery as James Bond 007 – File #1
August 2010
Cover: Sean Connery as James Bond in
Goldfinger
36 pages
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007 MAGAZINE ARCHIVE FILES - Sean Connery as James Bond 007 - File #1

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“Bond, James Bond.” For many cinemagoers worldwide there has only ever been one ‘real’ James Bond – Sean Connery.

And to celebrate Sir Sean’s 80th birthday on August 25th 2010, 007 MAGAZINE ARCHIVE FILES presents a unique look back at his 7-film career as James Bond with a 36-page special featuring some of the best, most unusual and rarest images from the 007 MAGAZINE ARCHIVE.

Nobody did it better!

 

007 MAGAZINE ARCHIVE FILES – The James Bond Girls – File #1 The 1960s
October 2010
Cover: Claudine Auger as Domino in
Thunderball
36 pages
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007 MAGAZINE ARCHIVE FILES - The James Bond Girls File #1 The 1960s

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THE JAMES BOND GIRLS
Written & Designed by Graham Rye

• The Bond Girls covered by each decade!
• Featuring major new picture content!
• 2010 updated text!
• Never-before-seen images!
• Rare behind-the-scenes photographs!
• The ideal souvenir brochure for autographs!
• A Deluxe Limited Edition Publication!

Dr. No (1962)
From Russia With Love
(1963)
Goldfinger
(1964)
Thunderball
(1965)
You Only Live Twice
(1967)
On Her Majesty's Secret Service
(1969)

007 MAGAZINE ARCHIVE FILES – The James Bond Girls – File #2 The 1970s
October 2010
Cover: Jill St. John as Tiffany Case in
Diamonds Are Forever
36 pages
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007 MAGAZINE ARCHIVE FILES - The James Bond Girls File #2 The 1970s

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THE JAMES BOND GIRLS
Written & Designed by Graham Rye

• The Bond Girls covered by each decade!
• Featuring major new picture content!
• 2010 updated text!
• Never-before-seen images!
• Rare behind-the-scenes photographs!
• The ideal souvenir brochure for autographs!
• A Deluxe Limited Edition Publication!

Diamonds Are Forever (1971)
Live And Let Die
(1973)
The Man With The Golden Gun
(1974)
The Spy Who Loved Me
(1977)
Moonraker
(1979)

007 MAGAZINE ARCHIVE FILES – The James Bond Girls – File #3 The 1980s
November 2010
Cover: Maud Adams in
Octopussy
36 pages
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007 MAGAZINE ARCHIVE FILES - The James Bond Girls File #3 The 1980s

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THE JAMES BOND GIRLS
Written & Designed by Graham Rye

• The Bond Girls covered by each decade!
• Featuring major new picture content!
• 2010 updated text!
• Never-before-seen images!
• Rare behind-the-scenes photographs!
• The ideal souvenir brochure for autographs!
• A Deluxe Limited Edition Publication!

For Your Eyes Only (1981)
Octopussy
(1983)
A View To A Kill
(1985)
The Living Daylights
(1987)
Licence To Kill
(1989)

007 MAGAZINE ARCHIVE FILES – The James Bond Girls – File #4 The 1990s
December 2010
Cover: Famke Janssen as Xenia Onatopp in
GoldenEye
36 pages
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007 MAGAZINE ARCHIVE FILES - The James Bond Girls File #4 The 1990s

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THE JAMES BOND GIRLS
Written & Designed by Graham Rye

• The Bond Girls covered by each decade!
• Featuring major new picture content!
• 2010 updated text!
• Never-before-seen images!
• Rare behind-the-scenes photographs!
• The ideal souvenir brochure for autographs!
• A Deluxe Limited Edition Publication!

GoldenEye (1995)
Tomorrow Never Dies
(1997)
The World is Not Enough
(1999)

007 MAGAZINE ARCHIVE FILES – Live And Let Die – File #1
March 2011
Cover: Roger Moore as James Bond in
Live And Let Die
36 pages
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007 MAGAZINE ARCHIVE FILES - Live And Let Die - File #1 Roger Moore as James Bond 007

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007 MAGAZINE ARCHIVE FILES looks back at aspects of filming Roger Moore's debut as James Bond in Live And Let Die (1973).

• LEAPS AND BONDS - Filming the boat chase
• A Groom With A View!
• Taste of the South
• "Same time tomorrow, Mrs Bell?"
• Just a closer walk with Bob Dix
• Excerpts from Roger Moore's 1973 James Bond Diary

007 MAGAZINE ARCHIVE FILES – Dr. No – File #1
May 2011
Cover:
Dr. No UK poster artwork
36 pages
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007 MAGAZINE ARCHIVE FILES - Dr. No - File #1 Dr. No poster artwork

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007 MAGAZINE ARCHIVE FILES looks back at aspects of filming the first James Bond movie Dr. No (1962) starring Sean Connery.

  • The Doctor will see you now!
    STEPHEN ROWLEY reappraises the first James Bond film Dr. No, and argues that it deserves greater recognition, not just as a classic Bond movie, but as a classic movie – period
  • “Sergeant, make sure he doesn’t get away.”
    JON AUTY, the UK authority on the stunt profession, examines Bob Simmons’ dynamic action scenes in the first James Bond film – Dr. No.
  • GRAHAM RYE trawls his 007 MAGAZINE ARCHIVE to feature a selection of never-before-published photographs accompanied with many previously unknown facts about the filming of Dr. No.
007 MAGAZINE ARCHIVE FILES – Casino Royale & Quantum of Solace
July 2011
Cover: Daniel Craig as James Bond in
Casino Royale
36 pages
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007 MAGAZINE ARCHIVE FILES - Casino Royale & Quantum of Solace - Daniel Craig as James Bond

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LUKE WILLIAMS examines Daniel Craig’s career as 007 so far… and finds that it is an era that is already maddening in its inconsistency…

  • BOND REBOOTED
    BOND BEGINS... again - Casino Royale (2006)

  • SECOND FILM SYNDROME
    THE STORY ARC CONTINUES IN... Quantum of Solace (2008)

007 MAGAZINE ARCHIVE FILES – The Living Daylights & Licence To Kill
October 2011
Cover: Timothy Dalton in
The Living Daylights
36 pages
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007 MAGAZINE ARCHIVE FILES - The Living Daylights & Licence To Kill

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  • IAN FLEMING’S JAMES BOND – THE SPY WHO CAME IN FROM THE CINEMATIC COLD
    LUKE WILLIAMS examines the passionate commitment of actor Timothy Dalton to bring the James Bond character back down to the basics as written by Ian Fleming in his first outing as Agent 007 in The Living Daylights.

  • LICENCE DEFENDED
    Since its original release in 1989 amid controversy and criticism, Licence To Kill remains a Bond film that resolutely divides opinion. LUKE WILLIAMS argues it’s time BOND 16 got the critical kudos it deserves.

  • LICENCE TO CUT
    Drawing on extensive and previously unseen archive material from the files of the British Board of Film Classification, LUKE WILLIAMS reveals for the first time the full controversial story behind the ‘15’ rating awarded Licence To Kill in 1989.

007 MAGAZINE ARCHIVE FILES – Sean Connery as James Bond 007 - File #2
November 2011
Cover: Sean Connery as James Bond in
From Russia With Love
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007 MAGAZINE ARCHIVE FILES - Sean Connery as James Bond 007 - File #2

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“Bond, James Bond.” For many cinemagoers worldwide there has only ever been one ‘real’ James Bond – Sean Connery!

007 MAGAZINE ARCHIVE FILES presents a second special visual retrospective of his 7-film career as James Bond with a 36-page publication featuring some of the best, most unusual and rarest images from the 007 MAGAZINE ARCHIVE.

Nobody did it better!



 

007 MAGAZINE ARCHIVE FILES – Bond Girls of the 1960s - Martine Beswicke
December 2011

Cover: Martine Beswicke and Thunderball SPECTRE frogmen
36 pages [A4-size]
007 MAGAZINE ARCHIVE FILES – Bond Girls of the 1960s - Martine Beswicke

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It’s all about the FUN!
Having appeared in two Bond films as different characters, Martine Beswicke belongs to an exclusive club that also includes 007 luminaries such as Maud Adams, Charles Gray and Joe Don Baker. As if that wasn’t honour enough, she is also one of the sultriest and sexiest Bond Girls of all time. Her roles as Zora in From Russia With Love and Paula Catlin in Thunderball, as well as appearances in Hammer horror classics such as Dr. Jekyll and Sister Hyde have made her a firm favourite of cult and genre cinema fans worldwide.

LUKE WILLIAMS spent an enjoyable extended Afternoon in Martine’s London home, as she talked about her colourful life and career as a Bond Girl, ‘Scream Queen’ and her numerous credits in the diverse film and television industry in England, Italy and Los Angeles.

007 MAGAZINE ARCHIVE FILES - Diamonds Are Forever - File #1
March 2012

Cover: Diamonds Are Forever poster artwork by Robert McGinnis
36 pages [A4-size]
007 MAGAZINE ARCHIVE FILES – Diamonds Are Forever File #1

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  • A very peculiar Bond film!
    Editorial by GRAHAM RYE
  • “What the hell is this? A perverts’ convention…”
    JAMIE BEERMAN rolls a few questions at LANA WOOD and discovers she handles them like a monkey handles coconuts!
  • YOU’VE JUST KILLED JAMES BOND!
    JAMIE BEERMAN takes a personal look at why after four decades the film Diamonds Are Forever still holds a magical spell over him and an irrevocable link to his childhood.
  • “On behalf of the Whyte House I wanna let you know you’ve been a lousy audience…”
    STEVE OXENRIDER tracked down one of Shady Tree’s ‘Acorns’ to Las Vegas, where 41 years after her appearance in Diamonds Are Forever she can still be found in the casinos of the city that never sleeps.
  • Diamonds Are Forever – STUNTS
    JON AUTY takes a look at the stunt talent involved in Sean Connery’s comeback movie as James Bond.
  • TRINA PARKS featured as ‘Thumper’
  • Moon Buggy Madness!
    Motoring correspondent, newspaper proprietor and ex-motor racer RAY POTTER remembers his brush with the James Bond Moon Buggy from Diamonds Are Forever back in 1972 and how ‘the beast’ nearly got the better of him!
007 MAGAZINE ARCHIVE FILES - James Bond Promotional Posters & Artwork - File #1
April 2012

Cover: 1972 Italian Festival Poster - artwork by Averado Ciriello
36 pages [A4-size]

007 MAGAZINE ARCHIVE FILES - Promotional Posters and Artwork File #1

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GRAHAM RYE takes a look back at a selection of the highly collectable promotional posters used to market the James Bond films in cinemas around the world and on the high streets of the UK.

  • JAMES BOND IS BACK TO BACK!
    James Bond double-bill posters from the golden age of cinema-going.

  • JAMES BOND DOUBLE-O-SEVEN DOWN UNDER!
    How the James Bond films of the 1960s were marketed in Australia.

  • JAMES BOND FESTIVALS AND SEASONS!
    Far more than a double dose of Double-O-Seven.

  • JAMES BOND IN THE CINEMA!
    Cinema front of house displays.

  • JAMES BOND IN THE NEWSAGENTS!
    Newspaper bills used on news-stands in the UK high street.

007 MAGAZINE ARCHIVE FILES - Skyfall
December 2012

Cover: Daniel Craig and Bérénice Marlohe poster artwork
36 pages [A4-size]

007 MAGAZINE ARCHIVE FILES - Skyfall

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  • Dangerous and Dragonesque!
    One of the most impressive performances in Skyfall is that of the hitherto unknown French actress Bérénice Lim Marlohe as the fragile and enigmatic Sévérine.
    LUKE WILLIAMS caught up with Bérénice in Amsterdam when the publicity juggernaut for the 23rd Bond film was in full flow. She went on to bare her soul, and her fingernails, in a wide-ranging and compelling interview.

  • To strive, to seek, to find and not to yield!
    As Skyfall basks in critical adulation and demolishes box-office records worldwide, LUKE WILLIAMS’ definitive review encapsulates all that’s good and, not so good, about what seems certain to be seen as a landmark film in the 50-year history of the James Bond franchise.

  • CRACK THE CASE - anatomy of an ad campaign
    LUKE WILLIAMS goes behind the scenes of Heineken's Skyfall commercial 'The Express', starring Daniel Craig and Bérénice Lim Marlohe and directed by Matthijs van Heijningen Jr., to provide an exclusive insight into the process of marketing the 23rd Bond film in the series.

  • “I read the script and I was blown away by it!”
    JON AUTY chats with GARY POWELL, the man behind the breathtaking action in the 23rd Bond movie Skyfall.

  • Casting Bérénice
    How did an unknown French-Cambodian actress land a pivotal role in Skyfall? Casting director Debbie McWilliams gives LUKE WILLIAMS the exclusive inside story of how Bérénice Lim Marlohe was cast as Sévérine.

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