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Continuity has never been a concern when it comes to the James Bond film series. For the most part, each entry has been made with utter disregard and complete ignorance of what came before. 430 more words


Dick Barton Strikes Back

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In a nutshell: A proto-James Bond battles an evil villain set to rule the world with his secret weapon that turns brains into jelly in this first science fiction entry by Hammer Films in 1949. 2,850 more words


The 007 Collective - 'The Spy Who Loved Me'

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. 3,988 more words


MI6 Confidential looks at Lewis Gilbert's 007 films

MI6 Confidential’s new issue takes a look at the “Monorail Trilogy” of director Lewis Gilbert’s three 007 films: You Only Live Twice (1967), The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) and Moonraker (1979) 109 more words

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MI6 Confidential publishes two new issues

MI6 Confiential has come out with two new issues, one looking forward, the other backward at the world of James Bond.

ISSUE 27 examines The Man With the Golden Gun, which came out 40 years ago. 87 more words

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1979, dir. Lewis Gilbert

A title card at the end of The Spy Who Loved Me promises that “James Bond will return in For Your Eyes Only”–a lie. 1,529 more words

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Gold, only Gold: Goldfinger at 50

By Nicolás Suszczyk, guest writer

It doesn’t have to be your favorite film. You might be in the minority of those who don’t like it, and, of course, you might not find it as serious as From Russia with Love, Skyfall, Casino Royale or The Living Daylights. 673 more words

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