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The Ipcress File (1965) Review

Harry Saltzman was an important film producer, he was specifically important to the James Bond series. He was credited with envisioning several of the more esoteric moments in the series. 642 more words


Marvel Studios and the Cubby Broccoli playbook

The Wall Street Journal, in a story by Ben Fritz, takes a look at how Marvel Studios operates. While it doesn’t come up in the story, it sounds like Marvel has read the old Albert R. 420 more words

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The 007 Collective - 'Diamonds Are Forever'

The 007 Collective is a bi-monthly column in which I revisit every official feature in the James Bond franchise and review how they hold up today. 2,654 more words


The Re-Boot of PER FINE OUNCE: A Continuation Novel That Isn’t What You Think

Article by Dr. Wesley Britton

Most fans of the literary 007 know something about the history of the lost James Bond continuation novel, PER FINE OUNCE. 1,779 more words

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Blast from the past: The Spy Who Loved Me (1975)

Bond collector Gary Firuta forwarded the following trade advertisement dated May 1975 in a publication called Cinema TV Today. It’s for The Spy Who Loved Me. 185 more words

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007 Tweets of note from Jeremy Duns, Anthony Horowitz

On Sunday, Jan. 25, two rather interesting posts on Twitter emerged related to the world of James Bond.

The first was from journalist and author Jeremy Duns. 361 more words

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