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007 MAGAZINE OMNIBUS #2

007 MAGAZINE Omnibus #2 - four complete issues of 48-page editions of 007 MAGAZINE

 Four complete 48-pages issues of 007 MAGAZINE - 198 pages

007 MAGAZINE Issue #41 - Die Another Day Special
(September 2003)

FEATURE "IT'S CALLED THE FUTURE - GET USED TO IT!"
MATTHEW FIELD looks back at how the latest 007 epic made its way to a cinema screen near you.
PICTORIAL DIE ANOTHER DAY MARKETING AROUND THE WORLD
REPORT 'LONDON CALLING'
ANDREW PILKINGTON examines the media reaction to Die Another Day - and discovers that in the Kingdom of the blind, the one-eyed man is king.
REPORT 'SOME KIND OF HERO'
GREG BECHTLOFF guides us through the media fray that heralded The Stateside release of the twentieth James Bond movie.
OPINION 'BETTER THAN LOOKING CLEVERER THAN YOU ARE!'
GRAHAM RYE laments the passing of Ian Fleming's secret agent 007 and the artistry of the Golden Age of Bond
OPINION NOT HIS TIME TO GO
AJAY CHOWDHURY argues that if traditionalist Bond fans had their way, we wouldn't have a twentieth James Bond movie to applaud or criticise.
REPORT DIE ANOTHER DAY - THE WORLD PREMIERE
Organisers prepared a spectacular event, which resulted in one of the largest and most exciting London premieres ever staged. MATTHEW FIELD was the man in the tuxedo.
007 MAGAZINE Issue #42
(December 2003)
COLLECTING Girls 'n' Guns - it must be James Bond
GRAHAM RYE takes a look at some of the great James Bond paperback cover designs you can add to your collection.
INTERVIEW Big is beautiful!
MATTHEW FIELD lunches with the biggest Bond villain of them all – Richard Kiel!
PICTORIAL James Bond's 40th Anniversary at Harrods
007 MAGAZINE turns back the clock to Christmas 2002 to give readers around the world an exclusive look at the fantastic window displays showcased at the world famous Knightsbridge store.
PICTORIAL Marketing Die Another Day in Japan
You'll either love 'em or loathe 'em - the highly unusual poster concepts designed in Japan and overseen by Big Bully Creative Incorporated's Director Manabu Inada.
INTERVIEW Writer's Bond
GREG BECHTLOFF chats with screenwriter Bruce Fierstein, who reveals some of the secrets of writing the James Bond films of the 1990s.
LAST WORD The Most Extraordinary Gentleman

 

007 MAGAZINE Issue #43
(July 2004)

COLLECTING ...because cool never goes out of style
GRAHAM RYE examines the latest additions to the long line of impressive James Bond paperback cover art.
INTERVIEW 'I said: Cubby, he's fabulous!'
007 MAGAZINE's tribute to Mrs. Dana Broccoli (1922-2004)
REPORT No Deals, Mr. Brosnan
GREG BECHTLOFF charts the trials and tribulations of Pierce Brosnan's recent travails to retain his well-earned licence to kill.
MUSIC From Lukas, With Love (Part 1)
LUKAS KENDALL provides 007 MAGAZINE readers with a crash course in soundtrack restoration and recounts his recent project: the must-own EMI James Bond soundtrack re-releases
OPINION James Bond and the Oedipus Complex
In its 40th anniversary year, Hollywood screenwriter JOHN COX puts the film Goldfinger in the psychiatrist's chair.
HISTORY Adventures In The Fan Trade (Part 1 1979–1994)
GRAHAM RYE takes a personal look through a quarter of a century of 007 MAGAZINE & The James Bond International Fan Club to show that still - NOBODY DOES IT BETTER!

007 MAGAZINE Issue #44
(October 2004)

SERIES Ian Fleming’s James Bond Villains
KEVIN HARPER examines what makes Auric Goldfinger and his Korean henchman Oddjob the most unforgettable bad guys.
ARCHIVE Meet the man who gets the Bond films off to a sizzling start
Step back into the cinema foyer of 1964 for an interview with Bond credit title designer Robert Brownjohn from SHOWTIME, the monthly must-buy film magazine moviegoers could only purchase in Odeon cinemas.
INSPIRATION Goldfinger inspired....
....Mary Quant, Pierce Brosnan, Mike Myers, Steven Spielberg - and the British Safety Council?
MUSIC From Lucas With Love (Part 2)
LUKAS KENDALL concludes his detailed breakdown of the restoration of the must-own EMI James Bond soundtrack re-releases.
INTERVIEW The Music Man With The Plan
GREG BECHTLOFF spoke with the man responsible for overseeing the music for the Nineties Bond films, MGM Executive Vice President for Music, Michael Sandoval, shortly before his departure from MGM in January 2000.
PICTORIAL Danger - Man At Work!
GRAHAM RYE delves into the 007 MAGAZINE Archive and dusts off the file marked Binder, Maurice Binder - for a first look at a selection of never-before-published photographs of the master at work creating the credit titles for The Spy Who Loved Me (1977).
HISTORY Adventures In The Fan Trade (Part 2 1995–2004)
GRAHAM RYE concludes his personal journey through 25 years of 007 MAGAZINE and The James Bond International Fan Club to show that still - NOBODY DOES IT BETTER!
INTERVIEW John Stears (1939-1999): Special Effects Wizard Extraordinaire!
ANDREW PILKINGTON in conversation on Christmas Eve 1982 with the two-time Oscar-winning Special Effects technician.

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007 MAGAZINE Omnibus #2

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007 MAGAZINE Issue #57

007 MAGAZINE Issue #57

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007 MAGAZINE Issue #57

007 MAGAZINE Issue #57 (48 pages)

This issue is being offered with three different covers (A, B, and C) featuring images from Maurice Binder’s brilliant credit titles for 1977’s The Spy Who Loved Me. COVER B SOLD OUT.
(please note that the content inside the magazine is identical)

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This issue includes:

The Changing Face of Female Bond Villains
Ian and Ray: When Ian Fleming met Raymond Chandler
James Bond’s 50 Greatest Stunts
Leni’s Body Beautiful: a look at the influences on the Bond credit titles of Maurice Binder and Robert Brownjohn
And more – including many rare and never-before-seen images!

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007 MAGAZINE OMNIBUS #3

007 MAGAZINE OMNIBUS #3

  Four complete 36-pages issues of 007 MAGAZINE - 150 pages

007 MAGAZINE Issue #51 (August 2009)

FEATURE H0! H0! 7even
TERRY ADLAM and IAN BAKER - humour in the Bond films.
PICTORIAL Cubby Broccoli Centenary Tribute 1909-2009
GRAHAM RYE takes a look at Cubby Broccoli on set and on location across 27 years of the James Bond films.
INTERVIEW Breakfast with Largo
STEVE OXENRIDER spends a December morning with Big John McLaughlin.
PICTORIAL Quantum of Craig
A selection of some of the least seen images from the 22nd 007 film.
FEATURE From Russia, With Class!
MARK THOMPSON examines what makes From Russia With Love the best James Bond film of all time.
FEATURE Never say never again – probably!
GRAHAM RYE uncovers a hoard of previously unseen production illustrations from 'Warhead', Kevin McClory's aborted Bond project.

 

007 MAGAZINE Issue #52 (November 2009)
PICTORIAL When Harry met James (Palmer and Bond that is!)
GRAHAM RYE spotlights the 1963 luncheon meeting between authors Len Deighton and Ian Fleming (with new exclusive comments by LEN DEIGHTON).
PICTORIAL Just a perfect day at Pinewood Studios...
GRAHAM RYE focuses on a historical 1963 gathering of the movers and shakers of the Bond franchise-to-be on the set of From Russia With Love.
PICTORIAL Bond Bound: Ian Fleming and the Art of Cover Design
GRAHAM RYE visits the private view of the 2008 exhibition at The Fleming Collection in London’s Mayfair.
FEATURE "Stop Getting Bond Wrong!"
GRAHAM RYE sets the record straight on the 1971 James Bond film Diamonds Are Forever.
INTERVIEW Cuadra... Jaime Cuadra!
STEVE OXENRIDER talks with the Peruvian singer and arranger whose work was featured in the 2008 James Bond film, Quantum of Solace.
FEATURE To Russia, With Love
Russian Journalists NATALIE GOLITSINA & ANDREY SHARY, authors of the first in-depth study of James Bond, the literary & cinema hero, in the Russian language, examine 007’s impact on their homeland.
FEATURE Lost 'Warhead' production drawings
GRAHAM RYE reveals previously unseen pre-production illustrations from Kevin McClory’s ill-fated Bond project (new exclusive comments by LEN DEIGHTON).
PICTORIAL Flashback
The 1989 Licence To Kill Royal World Charity Premiere at London’s Odeon Leicester Square, in the presence of Their Royal Highnesses The Prince And Princess of Wales.

007 MAGAZINE Issue #53 (August 2010)

FEATURE 100 Years Not Out!
GRAHAM RYE looks back at the 2008 celebration events surrounding the centenary of James Bond author Ian Fleming.
Exclusive photographs by Graham Rye & Mark Mawston
PICTORIAL Going Going Gone Soon! The Most Famous Car In The World
James Bond’s gadget-laden Aston Martin DB5 goes up for auction in October 2010 – 007 MAGAZINE has the lowdown!
FEATURE James Bond 007: Blood Stone
Activision’s latest explosive third-person action videogame boasts the vocal and visual talented triumvirate of Daniel Craig, Judi Dench and Joss Stone.
FEATURE Roger Moore’s Finest Hour as James Bond in 1981’s For Your Eyes Only
STEVE CASSIDY takes an affectionate look back at Roger Moore’s fifth outing as secret agent 007.

007 MAGAZINE Issue #54 (February 2011)

FEATURE The Man With The Golden Eye
EDWARD MILWARD-OLIVER considers the life and work of his friend Raymond Hawkey, the award-winning graphic designer and author who died in August 2010.
INTERVIEW "As long as the collar and cuffs match"
In remembrance of this witty and talented man who injected great fun into his Bond pictures, RICHARD SCHENKMAN's 1980 interview with the late Tom Mankiewicz.
INTERVIEW NUMBER 3
RICHARD SCHENKMAN conducts an exclusive interview with seven-time James Bond Associate Producer Stanley Sopel.
OBITUARY John Barry (1933-2011)
GEOFF LEONARD and GRAHAM RYE pay their own personal tributes to 'The man with the midas touch'.

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007 MAGAZINE OMNIBUS #3

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007 MAGAZINE REDUX EDITION – Issue #28

007 MAGAZINE REDUX • EDITION – Issue #28

007 MAGAZINE REDUX EDITION – Issue #28
Originally published in 1995 – this long out of print edition has now been re-mastered, re-typeset, and re-scanned from the original transparencies & photographs and digitally printed for the highest quality reproduction.

Letter from the President, Graham Rye
Event News: James Bond Creates a Stir in Los Angeles (L.A. Convention)
Product News: Corgi Zooms Back With New Range of 007 Cars; 007 Bursts Back into Video Stores; Coronet Gives 007 A New Look; New Corgi Book Features Rare 007 Octopussy Bus.
Bond News: James Bond is Back in a DB5!; Blue Plaque for Fleming; The Man With the Golden Typewriter (sale of Ian Fleming’s typewriter)
Unseen Bond (a look at scenes cut from the 007 movie series)
GoldenEye coverage
Derek Meddings 1931–1995
Gardner’s World: A retrospective by Raymond Benson.
48 pages [A4-size]

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007 MAGAZINE REDUX EDITION – Issue #29

007 MAGAZINE REDUX • EDITION – Issue #29

007 MAGAZINE REDUX EDITION – Issue #29
Originally published in 1996 – this long out of print edition has now been re-mastered, re-typeset, and re-scanned from the original transparencies & photographs and digitally printed for the highest quality reproduction.

GoldenEye – The Beginning
Scorupco Rising: Exclusive Q&A interview with Izabella Scorupco
GoldenEye pictorial
Q&A Exclusive interview with Production Designer Peter Lamont
GoldenEye lyrics
Danger – Tank on the Loose!
Q&A Exclusive interview with Stunt Co-ordinator Simon Crane
And much more!
48 pages [A4-size]

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*Each new issue of 007 MAGAZINE published, along with all back issues, are cost out as individual price modules in order to keep our administration, postage, and handling costs within our economic strategy, therefore we are unable to group publications for sales despatch. This administration policy not only safeguards 007 MAGAZINE & ARCHIVE Limited, but also our customers from bulk losses caused by the international postal services. 

007 MAGAZINE REDUX EDITION – Issue #29

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007 MAGAZINE REDUX EDITION – Issue #30

007 MAGAZINE REDUX • EDITION – Issue #30

007 MAGAZINE REDUX EDITION – Issue #30
Originally published in 1996 – this long out of print edition has now been re-mastered, re-typeset, and re-scanned from the original transparencies & photographs and digitally printed for the highest quality reproduction.

Letter from the President, Graham Rye
A Report on “Bond 18”
007 News: Cubby Tribute; Pierce gets figure at Madam Tussauds; Interact with Bond!; Coronet Editions; New Corgi Cars; Connoisseur’s Collection trading cards.
Book Reviews (including John Gardner's COLD)
Main Title Man: Q&A interview with Daniel Kleinman.
Que Serra, Serra! Q&A with composer Eric Serra
Readers’ Letters
FAQ Q&A
And much more!
48 pages [A4-size]

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*Each new issue of 007 MAGAZINE published, along with all back issues, are cost out as individual price modules in order to keep our administration, postage, and handling costs within our economic strategy, therefore we are unable to group publications for sales despatch. This administration policy not only safeguards 007 MAGAZINE & ARCHIVE Limited, but also our customers from bulk losses caused by the international postal services. 

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007 MAGAZINE
The James Bond Films: Exhibitors’ Campaign Books (UK) Volume 3

007 MAGAZINE The James Bond Films: Exhibitors’ Campaign Books (UK) Volume 3

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007 MAGAZINE – The James Bond Films: Exhibitors’ Campaign Books (UK) Volume 3

A DELUXE LIMITED EDITION PUBLICATION

Builds into a complete 8-part series covering all the promotional items and
collectables marketing tie-ins for the 007 films in the UK and USA!

Page size: A4, 86 pages (portrait format)
 
Exhibitors’ Campaign Books/Pressbooks have been around as long as there have been movies, and have always featured an eclectic mix of elements helping to promote a film. Mainly supplied to cinema managers (but sometimes also the national and local press) these publications in their standardised format e.g. for films released by United Artists in the Sixties, like the Bond series, would usually contain 12 pages, although the page count and page size of other film distributors’ campaign books could differ. The Bond campaign books were mostly laid out in a portrait format, although this style was broken with Thunderball (1965), You Only Live Twice (1967), and On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969), until returning to the portrait format again with Diamonds Are Forever (1971). In the United States these publications were called Pressbooks and were completely different in content to their UK counterpart. Pressbooks were also produced for other territories around the world, but these, although interesting, were seldom as lavish in production as their UK and U.S. counterparts.

All the James Bond films from Dr. No (1962) to Licence To Kill (1989) had Exhibitors’ Campaign Books produced to accompany the release of each film. By the time Agent 007 returned to UK cinema screens after a six-year hiatus in 1995 with GoldenEye, the Exhibitors’ Campaign Book had been discontinued, replaced by Spirex-bound marketing manuals and electronic press kits on VHS videocassette, and eventually CD-Rom, and DVD, but even these were discontinued after The World Is Not Enough (1999), and surprisingly, nothing was produced for the 40th anniversary film in the series, Die Another Day. However, a landscape format Marketing Guide was produced for Casino Royale (2006).

Unsurprisingly, in the collectors’ world these original publications have become highly sought-after and can be an expensive addition to a Bond enthusiast’s collection.

Contains four complete Exhibitors' Campaign Books:
Live And Let Die (1973)
The Man With The Golden Gun (1974)
The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)
Moonraker (1979)

Price £19.99* (plus p&p) IN STOCK AND SHIPPING!

*Each new issue of 007 MAGAZINE published, along with all back issues, are cost out as individual price modules in order to keep our administration, postage, and handling costs within our economic strategy, therefore we are unable to group publications for sales despatch. This administration policy not only safeguards 007 MAGAZINE & ARCHIVE Limited, but also our customers from bulk losses caused by the international postal services. 

007 MAGAZINE
The James Bond Films: Exhibitors’ Campaign Books (UK) Volume 3

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007 MAGAZINE
The James Bond Films: Exhibitors’ Campaign Books (UK) Volume 4

007 MAGAZINE The James Bond Films: Exhibitors’ Campaign Books (UK) Volume 4

FOR BOND LOVERS ONLY

007 MAGAZINE – The James Bond Films: Exhibitors’ Campaign Books (UK) Volume 4

A DELUXE LIMITED EDITION PUBLICATION

Builds into a complete 8-part series covering all the promotional items and
collectables marketing tie-ins for the 007 films in the UK and USA!

Page size: A4, 78 pages (portrait format)
 
Exhibitors’ Campaign Books/Pressbooks have been around as long as there have been movies, and have always featured an eclectic mix of elements helping to promote a film. Mainly supplied to cinema managers (but sometimes also the national and local press) these publications in their standardised format e.g. for films released by United Artists in the Sixties, like the Bond series, would usually contain 12 pages, although the page count and page size of other film distributors’ campaign books could differ. The Bond campaign books were mostly laid out in a portrait format, although this style was broken with Thunderball (1965), You Only Live Twice (1967), and On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969), until returning to the portrait format again with Diamonds Are Forever (1971). In the United States these publications were called Pressbooks and were completely different in content to their UK counterpart. Pressbooks were also produced for other territories around the world, but these, although interesting, were seldom as lavish in production as their UK and U.S. counterparts.

All the James Bond films from Dr. No (1962) to Licence To Kill (1989) had Exhibitors’ Campaign Books produced to accompany the release of each film. By the time Agent 007 returned to UK cinema screens after a six-year hiatus in 1995 with GoldenEye, the Exhibitors’ Campaign Book had been discontinued, replaced by Spirex-bound marketing manuals and electronic press kits on VHS videocassette, and eventually CD-Rom, and DVD, but even these were discontinued after The World Is Not Enough (1999), and surprisingly, nothing was produced for the 40th anniversary film in the series, Die Another Day. However, a landscape format Marketing Guide was produced for Casino Royale (2006).

Unsurprisingly, in the collectors’ world these original publications have become highly sought-after and can be an expensive addition to a Bond enthusiast’s collection.

Contains three complete Exhibitors' Campaign Books:
For Your Eyes Only (1981)
Octopussy (1983)
Never Say Never Again (1983)

Price £19.99* (plus p&p) IN STOCK AND SHIPPING!
 
*Each new issue of 007 MAGAZINE published, along with all back issues, are cost out as individual price modules in order to keep our administration, postage, and handling costs within our economic strategy, therefore we are unable to group publications for sales despatch. This administration policy not only safeguards 007 MAGAZINE & ARCHIVE Limited, but also our customers from bulk losses caused by the international postal services. 

007 MAGAZINE
The James Bond Films: Exhibitors’ Campaign Books (UK) Volume 4

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007 MAGAZINE
The James Bond Films: Exhibitors’ Campaign Books (UK) Volume 5

007 MAGAZINE The James Bond Films: Exhibitors’ Campaign Books (UK) Volume 5

FOR BOND LOVERS ONLY

007 MAGAZINE – The James Bond Films: Exhibitors’ Campaign Books (UK) Volume 5

A DELUXE LIMITED EDITION PUBLICATION

Builds into a complete 8-part series covering all the promotional items and
collectables marketing tie-ins for the 007 films in the UK and USA!

 Page size: A4, 106 pages (portrait format)
 
Exhibitors’ Campaign Books/Pressbooks have been around as long as there have been movies, and have always featured an eclectic mix of elements helping to promote a film. Mainly supplied to cinema managers (but sometimes also the national and local press) these publications in their standardised format e.g. for films released by United Artists in the Sixties, like the Bond series, would usually contain 12 pages, although the page count and page size of other film distributors’ campaign books could differ. The Bond campaign books were mostly laid out in a portrait format, although this style was broken with Thunderball (1965), You Only Live Twice (1967), and On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969), until returning to the portrait format again with Diamonds Are Forever (1971). In the United States these publications were called Pressbooks and were completely different in content to their UK counterpart. Pressbooks were also produced for other territories around the world, but these, although interesting, were seldom as lavish in production as their UK and U.S. counterparts.

All the James Bond films from Dr. No (1962) to Licence To Kill (1989) had Exhibitors’ Campaign Books produced to accompany the release of each film. By the time Agent 007 returned to UK cinema screens after a six-year hiatus in 1995 with GoldenEye, the Exhibitors’ Campaign Book had been discontinued, replaced by Spirex-bound marketing manuals and electronic press kits on VHS videocassette, and eventually CD-Rom, and DVD, but even these were discontinued after The World Is Not Enough (1999), and surprisingly, nothing was produced for the 40th anniversary film in the series, Die Another Day. However, a landscape format Marketing Guide was produced for Casino Royale (2006).

Unsurprisingly, in the collectors’ world these original publications have become highly sought-after and can be an expensive addition to a Bond enthusiast’s collection.

Contains three complete Exhibitors' Campaign Books:
A View To A Kill (1985)
The Living Daylights (1987)
Licence To Kill (1989)

Price £19.99* (plus p&p) IN STOCK AND SHIPPING!
 
*Each new issue of 007 MAGAZINE published, along with all back issues, are cost out as individual price modules in order to keep our administration, postage, and handling costs within our economic strategy, therefore we are unable to group publications for sales despatch. This administration policy not only safeguards 007 MAGAZINE & ARCHIVE Limited, but also our customers from bulk losses caused by the international postal services. 

007 MAGAZINE
The James Bond Films: Exhibitors’ Campaign Books (UK) Volume 5

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007 MAGAZINE
The James Bond Films: Exhibitors’ Pressbooks (USA) Volume 3

007 MAGAZINE The James Bond Films: Exhibitors’ Pressbooks (USA) Volume 3

FOR BOND LOVERS ONLY

007 MAGAZINE – The James Bond Films: Exhibitors’ Pressbooks (USA) Volume 3

A DELUXE LIMITED EDITION PUBLICATION

Builds into a complete 8-part series covering all the promotional items and
collectables marketing tie-ins for the 007 films in the UK and USA!

 Page size: A4, 68 pages (portrait format)
 
Exhibitors’ Campaign Books/Pressbooks have been around as long as there have been movies, and have always featured an eclectic mix of elements helping to promote a film. Mainly supplied to cinema managers (but sometimes also the national and local press) these publications in their standardised format e.g. for films released by United Artists in the Sixties, like the Bond series, would usually contain 12 pages, although the page count and page size of other film distributors’ campaign books could differ. The Bond campaign books were mostly laid out in a portrait format, although this style was broken with Thunderball (1965), You Only Live Twice (1967), and On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969), until returning to the portrait format again with Diamonds Are Forever (1971). In the United States these publications were called Pressbooks and were completely different in content to their UK counterpart. Pressbooks were also produced for other territories around the world, but these, although interesting, were seldom as lavish in production as their UK and U.S. counterparts.

All the James Bond films from Dr. No (1962) to Licence To Kill (1989) had Exhibitors’ Campaign Books produced to accompany the release of each film. By the time Agent 007 returned to UK cinema screens after a six-year hiatus in 1995 with GoldenEye, the Exhibitors’ Campaign Book had been discontinued, replaced by Spirex-bound marketing manuals and electronic press kits on VHS videocassette, and eventually CD-Rom, and DVD, but even these were discontinued after The World Is Not Enough (1999), and surprisingly, nothing was produced for the 40th anniversary film in the series, Die Another Day. However, a landscape format Marketing Guide was produced for Casino Royale (2006).

Unsurprisingly, in the collectors’ world these original publications have become highly sought-after and can be an expensive addition to a Bond enthusiast’s collection.

Contains five complete Exhibitors' Pressbooks:
Live And Let Die (1973)
The Man With The Golden Gun (1974)
The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)
Moonraker (1979)
For Your Eyes Only (1981)

Price £19.99* (plus p&p) IN STOCK AND SHIPPING!
 
*Each new issue of 007 MAGAZINE published, along with all back issues, are cost out as individual price modules in order to keep our administration, postage, and handling costs within our economic strategy, therefore we are unable to group publications for sales despatch. This administration policy not only safeguards 007 MAGAZINE & ARCHIVE Limited, but also our customers from bulk losses caused by the international postal services. 

007 MAGAZINE
The James Bond Films: Exhibitors’ Pressbooks (USA) Volume 3

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007 MAGAZINE 40TH Anniversary (1979-2019) Issue

007 MAGAZINE 40TH Anniversary (1979-2019) Issue

Culled from some of the earliest issues of 007 MAGAZINE we present a selection of varied and unique articles and interviews, many of which have been out of print for over 30 years!

This issue contains:

Interview with SFX miniatures master Derek Meddings (1980)
James Bond Fan Convention Report (1981)
Roger Moore Talks About James Bond And Himself (1981)
More Than Just ‘M’ – Bernard Lee Obituary feature (1981)
The George Lazenby Interview by Paul Riddell (1981)
The Rise and Fall of 007 by Andrew Pilkington (1981/1982)
Open End Interview with Sean Connery (1964/5)
The Illustrated James Bond by Graham Rye (1982)
James Bond Fan Convention Report (1982)
Pinewood Studios Tour (1977/1983)
Octopussy – On Location in Peterborough (1983)
Interview with Production Manager David Middlemas (1983)
A Tale of Two Pistols (the Walther PPK vs the Walther P5) (1984)
On The Trail of Ian Fleming by Raymond Benson (1984)
A Dialogue With Kingsley Amis by Raymond Benson (1984)

Page size: A4, 68 pages

Special PRE-ORDER price of £9.99* (plus applicable p&p).
Price from publication date onwards £12.99* (plus applicable p&p).

Price £12.99* (plus p&p) IN STOCK AND SHIPPING!
 
*Each new issue of 007 MAGAZINE published, along with all back issues, are cost out as individual price modules in order to keep our administration, postage, and handling costs within our economic strategy, therefore we are unable to group publications for sales despatch. This administration policy not only safeguards 007 MAGAZINE & ARCHIVE Limited, but also our customers from bulk losses caused by the international postal services. 

007 MAGAZINE 40TH Anniversary (1979-2019) Issue

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007 MAGAZINE Issue #59

007 MAGAZINE Issue #59

007 MAGAZINE Issue #59 (48 pages)
 
Celebrating the 40th Anniversary of Moonraker
 
Special PRE-ORDER price of £9.99* (plus applicable p&p).
Price from publication date onwards £12.99* (plus applicable p&p).

 
 This issue includes:

In defence of Moonraker – ANTHONY JONES pleads the case for Roger Moore’s fourth James Bond adventure!
Outer Space Now Belongs To 007! – KEVIN HARPER uncovers the facts!
That moonlight trail… – GEOFF LEONARD & PETE WALKER examine the creative process behind one of John Barry’s most evocative Bond scores!

Price £9.99* (plus p&p) Pre-order now - This title will ship during November 2019
 
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007 MAGAZINE Issue #59
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