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From April 1979
until December 2005, 007 MAGAZINE was a printed paper quarterly
publication mailed to subscribers in over 40 countries worldwide;
during 2006 007 MAGAZINE evolved into 007 MAGAZINE OnLine.
Issues #49 and #50 are available exclusively to subscribers of
007 MAGAZINE OnLine.
The publication of 007 MAGAZINE issue #51 in August 2009 marked the return to
a printed format.
With over 40 years
of Bondian experience under our belt, coupled with a unique and vast
archive of images and information, we can assure readers that every
continuing issue of 007 MAGAZINE will be packed with fascinating
insights into the making of the most successful films in cinema
history, together with interviews and articles relating to both
007s big screen exploits and his literary heritage, started in 1953
by author Ian Fleming (1908-1964) and lots more besides!
Although many (but
not all) of our printed back issues are long out of print, dont be
disappointed if youve only just discovered the 007 MAGAZINE
website, because many of the groundbreaking and original illustrated
articles and interviews from these out-of-print back issues will be
featured here on the 007 MAGAZINE website over the coming months for
the enjoyment of all subscribers. So please bookmark our website and
remember to visit us again regularly to view our new ongoing
featured in 007 MAGAZINE over the last 3 decades have been an
eclectic selection of key players in the James Bond legacy, and have
included James Bond actors George Lazenby, Roger Moore, Timothy
Dalton, Pierce Brosnan, and Daniel Craig; Moneypennys Lois Maxwell, Pamela
Salem, and Samantha Bond; Bond Girls Izabella Scorupco and Denise
Richards; and from behind the camera Directors Lewis Gilbert, John
Glen and Michael Apted; Production Designers Syd Cain, and
Oscar-winners Ken Adam and Peter Lamont; Stunt Arranger Simon Crane;
and from 007s literary heritage Bond authors Kingsley Amis
(a.k.a. Robert Markham) and John Gardner. And theres lots more to