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15. November 2013 16:41
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James Bond 007 at the 1982 Academy Awards

15. November 2013 16:41 by m | 0 Comments

The 54th Academy Awards were broadcast on March 29, 1982 and hosted by Johnny Carson. Sheena Easton was among the performers, belting out "For Your Eyes OnlyFor Your Eyes Only" from the film of the same name, which was nominated for Best Original Song, in a most... unusual ... dance number which would not have looked out of place in the Star Wars Holiday Special. Bizarrely camp, with a dancing James Bond (thankfully Roger Moore did not take part), a very uncomfortable looking Richard Kiel as Jaws, and what was probably the last ever appearance of Harold Sakata as Oddjob, It really must be seen to be believed! [More]
James Bond 007 at the 1982 Academy Awards
 

24. September 2013 16:32
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1982 Today Show James Bond Specials

24. September 2013 16:32 by m | 0 Comments

The two biggest cinematic Bond's were about to go head to head at the box office and NBC's "Man in Hollywood", Jim Brown, was there to interview both of these 007 heavyweights about the new films and the upcoming box office battle, in what Starlog would christen The biggest Bond year of them all". [More]
1982 Today Show James Bond Specials
 

3. September 2013 05:20
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1973 Parade Magazine - The New James Bond

3. September 2013 05:20 by m | 0 Comments

This vintage magazine article discusses the new James Bond 007 Roger Moore's acting and romantic history more than it does the James Bond film that was opening that week, Live And Let DieLive And Let Die, but it is still quite an interesting read and a rare piece from James Bond's archives. [More]
1973 Parade Magazine - The New James Bond
 

30. August 2013 05:39
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Siskel & Ebert Review The Living Daylights

30. August 2013 05:39 by m | 0 Comments

The Living DaylightsThe Living Daylights was one of my favorite Bond films, arriving shortly before my 13th Birthday. For me it had all the elements from the best James Bond movies: A gadget laden Aston Martin, plenty of action, a beautiful Bond Girl and a plot that was easy to follow and actually made sense (compare to The World Is Not EnoughThe World Is Not Enough).

However, Siskel & Ebert were not so easily impressed... [More]
Siskel & Ebert Review The Living Daylights
 

22. August 2013 05:46
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1985 TV Times Royal Premiere Roger Moore Interview

22. August 2013 05:46 by m | 0 Comments

This vintage article from a 1985 UK TV Times has a Bond Girl pictorial and an interview with Roger Moore - to warm you up for the late night broadcast of the Royal Premiere of A View To A KillA View To A Kill that week in London. [More]
1985 TV Times Royal Premiere Roger Moore Interview
 

12. August 2013 16:01
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Licence To Play - The History of James Bond 007 Video Games

12. August 2013 16:01 by m | 0 Comments

In this feature-length documentary by James Bond fan Benjamin Lind, we are taken on a journey that spans 30 years - from the humble Atari James Bond Games of the early 1980s to the 2012 version of GoldeneyeGoldeneye. Lind takes us inside each game, allowing us to see what it is like to play each one, describing the good and bad parts of each game and when possible takes us behind the scenes using promotional materials including videos and TV spots. With each passing year, the graphics and game engines improve, but not all of the games get better... [More]
Licence To Play - The History of James Bond 007 Video Games
 

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
 

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]
Nickelodeon
 

21. April 2013 08:35
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Be a James Bond Girl

21. April 2013 08:35 by m | 0 Comments

Late in 1979. Playboy and United Artists joined forces to sponsor a James Bond Girl contest (see poster below). The winner, (Robbin Young), earned a role in the next 007 adventure, For Your Eyes OnlyFor Your Eyes Only. [More]
 

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