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16. August 2013 05:17
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Nintendo 64 Goldeneye 007 Official Players Guide

16. August 2013 05:17 by m | 0 Comments

EVERYTHING BUT THE MARTINIS
James Bond may work alone, but you don't have to. When it comes to giving you all the expert strategies and detailed maps you'll need to accomplish your missions for Her Majesty, nobody does it better than Nintendo Power. So when the bullets fly and world peace is threatened, unpack the GoldeneyeGoldeneye Player's Guide from your secret files. You'll save the day and be back in London in time for refreshments—shaken, of course.

* Detailed maps of every mission
* The best classified cheats exposed
* Stealthy strategies for all difficulty levels
* Top secret multiplayer tactics [More]
Nintendo 64 Goldeneye 007 Official Players Guide
 

15. August 2013 14:36
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Play Another Day

15. August 2013 14:36 by m | 0 Comments

James Bond is one of the rare breeds of hero who's stood the test of time, and after many face changes, is still pulling in the crowds. He's a man's man and a woman's dream. Slick, debonair, sophisticated, intelligent, witty, fearless and as hard as nails. He's saved the world more times than we've had pints of stout, and he gets to play with the coolest gadgets and drive the best cars. It's no wonder that the video-game industry has time and time again given 007 the movie tie-in treatment. We've seen Bond on pretty much every format you can imagine, from the ancient Atari 2600 to the present day consoles and PCs. Over the next few pages, we're going to take a look back at the most memorable Bond games, as well as some other titles that pay homage to the greatest secret agent the world has ever known. Do pay attention then. [More]
Play Another Day
 

14. August 2013 05:26
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Nintendo Power Goldeneye Briefing

14. August 2013 05:26 by m | 0 Comments

Continuing our week of James Bond 007 Video Game related posts let's take a look at Nintendo Power's 1997 mission briefings for what is arguably the best James Bond Game ever, GoldeneyeGoldeneye for the Nintendo 64. [More]
Nintendo Power Goldeneye Briefing
 

13. August 2013 13:00
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007 Home Video Cover Archive

13. August 2013 13:00 by m | 0 Comments

Anyone who liked our recent GoldeneyeGoldeneye VHS Cover collection is going to love 007homevideo.com. They have an enormous collection of covers from around the world, including VHS, Betamax, Laserdisc, CED and more! We just sent them a few of the covers from our collection which they were missing and encourage you to do the same. [More]
 

6. August 2013 05:12
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New Creations Spark Bond Movie (1977)

6. August 2013 05:12 by m | 0 Comments

This brief article in a 1977 Starlog magazine looks into some of the new technology to be included in The Spy Who Loved MeThe Spy Who Loved Me, including the wet bike, the Lotus submarine-car and the new 007 Sound Stage. [More]
New Creations Spark Bond Movie (1977)
 

31. July 2013 05:19
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Fotogramas Noviembre 2012

31. July 2013 05:19 by m | 0 Comments

Founded in 1946, Fotogramas is the only Spanish film magazine of the era to survive today. These scans from the November 2012 Issue celebrate 50 years of James Bond 007, interview SkyfallSkyfall villain Javier Bardem and report on the release of the new movie, SkyfallSkyfall. [More]
Fotogramas Noviembre 2012
 

29. July 2013 03:01
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Richard "Jaws" Kiel on Letterman 1985

29. July 2013 03:01 by m | 0 Comments

In 1985 Richard Kiel appeared on The Late Show with David Letterman to promote the western Pale Rider. They touch on his role as fan-favorite Bond Villain of the 1970s, Jaws in The Spy Who Loved MeThe Spy Who Loved Me and MoonrakerMoonraker, how uncomfortable those metal teeth were, how the gentle giant coped with riding a horse in the new Clint Eastwood movie and some of the jobs Kiel had worked prior to acting... [More]
Richard "Jaws" Kiel on Letterman 1985
 

26. July 2013 05:38
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The Official 1979 Moonraker Magazine

26. July 2013 05:38 by m | 0 Comments

The007Dossier.com Presents: All 40 pages of the 1979 Collector's Edition of the official MoonrakerMoonraker magazine. Learn all about the exciting new James Bond movie. With 23 Spectacular Color Photos! Exclusive interviews with 007 Pros! Roger Moore blasts off as 007!

Contents:

The Characters
The Filmbook
The Color Section
Broccoli Interviewed
MoonrakerMoonraker Trivia
Sets & Special Effects
The Filmmakers
Bond Bombshells [More]
The Official 1979 Moonraker Magazine
 

24. July 2013 04:59
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Siskel & Ebert Review License to Kill

24. July 2013 04:59 by m | 0 Comments

Gene Siskel felt that Licence To KillLicence To Kill was very "uneven", ranging from "quite exciting to tedius", and that it has a sort of "dirty, unfinished look" that he can't quite explain. Unable to enthusiastically recommend the film, he somewhat reluctantly gives it a thumbs down, while Roger Ebert gives it thumbs up. I think this rather mixed review is spot on, and it's hard to disagree with either of them. [More]
Siskel & Ebert Review License to Kill
 

18. July 2013 08:27
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Nickelodeon's Lights, Camera, Action on Octopussy

18. July 2013 08:27 by m | 0 Comments

Standby: Lights, Camera, Action! was an educational TV show that aired on Nickelodeon from May 1982 to December 31, 1987. The main focus of the show was to teach children of all ages about what occurs behind the scenes of movie productions.

Standby: Lights, Camera, Action was hosted by Star Trek's Leonard Nimoy and was rated Nickelodeon's #1 show in 1983 when this episode took viewers behind the scenes of OctopussyOctopussy. [More]
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