To celebrate the 50th James Bond anniversary Arcchie Grand have made the Secret Agents notebook. A great gift for all fans of James Bond. Do your own James Bond scrapbook. Collect your favorite Bond´s villains and girls from the books of Ian Fleming. print out all the original movie posters provided in the images above. Give all the Bond movies grades and list your top James Bond quotations.
All list off aöö 23 Bond movies and thier movie posters.
Dr. No 1962. Great Britain. Directed by Terence Young. With Sean Connery, Ursula Andress, Joseph Wiseman. In Connery’s debut as 007, an MI6 agent goes missing at the hands of the villainous Dr. No, and Bond is sent to the Caribbean armed with a new Walther PPK handgun. Bond’s meeting with the enigmatic Honey Ryder as she emerges from the surf in a bikini would set the stage for the 21 films to follow.From Russia with Love 1963. Great Britain. Directed by Terence Young. With Sean Connery, Lotte Lenya, Daniela Bianchi. When SPECTRE (Special Executive for Counterintelligence, Terrorism, Revenge, and Extortion) plots to kill Bond, the lure is the sensuous Tatiana Romanova, a Russian cipher clerk working in Istanbul. Romanova, previously recruited by butch SPECTRE agent Rosa Klebb, tells Bond she needs him to help her defect to England and bring along a top-secret decoding machine.Goldfinger 1964. Great Britain. Directed by Guy Hamilton. With Sean Connery, Honor Blackman, Gert Frobe. Armed with a bar of gold bullion, MI6 sets out a trap to capture the nefarious Auric Goldfinger. The mission leads Bond to Pussy Galore and Jill Masterson, the tragic golden girl. The iconic title sequence with the golden-bikini-clad model was designed by Robert Brownjohn, with Shirley Bassey singing the title song. Thunderball 1965. Great Britain. Directed by Terence Young. With Sean Connery, Anthony Dawson, Lois Maxwell. Once again SPECTRE plots to blackmail Britain and the USA, this time by highjacking two nuclear bombs and threatening to detonate them over a major city. Behind this dastardly plan is Emilio Largo, still nursing his bruised ego after Bond beat him at baccarat. Fiona Volpe, Paula Caplan, and Domino Derval are among the vixens who attempt to seduce and/or murder Bond. You Only Live Twice 1967. Great Britain. Directed by Lewis Gilbert. Screenplay by Roald Dahl. With Sean Connery, Donald Pleasance, Mie Hama. According to James Chapman’s License to Thrill: A Cultural History of the James Bond Films, You Only Live Twice was released two months after the Bond spoof Casino Royale with the tag-line “Sean Connery IS James Bond.” 007 is declared dead in an attempt to bamboozle SPECTRE and its mastermind, Ernst Stavro Blofeld. A plotline about a missing U.S. space capsule reflects a growing fascination with the space race.On Her Majesty’s Secret Service 1969. Great Britain. Directed by Peter Hunt. With George Lazenby, Diana Rigg, Telly Savalas. Following the Ian Fleming novel more closely than the previous Bond films, OHMSS represented a significant shift in Bond cinema. First, Connery, after a dispute with the producers, was replaced by Australian model/actor George Lazenby. Second, Bond actually marries and remains faithful to Tracy, the daughter of a crime king. The film ends on an uncharacteristically melancholy note with Tracy’s death.Diamonds Are Forever 1971. Great Britain. Directed by Guy Hamilton. With Sean Connery, Jill St. John, Lana Wood. Connery returns as Bond! In Las Vegas to uncover a diamond smuggling ring, Bond encounters his nemesis, Blofeld, who masterminded the murder of Bond’s wife. Never alone for long, Bond finds comfort in the arms of Tiffany Case and the aptly named Plenty O’Toole.Live and Let Die 1973. Great Britain. Directed by Guy Hamilton. With Roger Moore, Yaphet Kotto, Jane Seymour. Roger Moore’s debut as 007 gave a much-anticipated boost to the franchise. Moore had substantial spy cred thanks to TV’s The Saint, and enough physical difference from Connery to make the role his own. Dispatched to Manhattan’s Harlem neighborhood to investigate the death of an MI6 agent, Bond runs afoul of Dr. Kanaga, the evil ruler of a Caribbean island who intends to flood the United States with heroin.
The Man with the Golden Gun 1974. Great Britain. Directed by Guy Hamilton. With Roger Moore, Maud Adams, Christopher Lee. The title refers to the weapon of choice of Scaramanga (Lee), an enigmatic assassin who uses only a single bullet. While no one in MI6 has seen a picture of Scaramanga, they do know one thing: he has a third nipple! The film features an overload of quirky secondary characters, such as Nick Nack, Hai Fat, Sheriff J.W. Pepper, and Mary Goodnight.
The Spy Who Loved Me 1977. Great Britain. Directed by Lewis Gilbert. With Roger Moore, Barbara Bach, Richard Kiel. MI6 and the KGB form a rare alliance, dispatching their best agents, 007 and Anya Amasova, to find out what happened to missing British and Russian atomic submarines. Über-villain Stromberg, who lives on an offshore structure called Atlantis, employs a giant henchman named Jaws with a mouthful of steel. Look out for the Lotus Esprit auto that Q has modified to become a submarine!Moonraker 1979. Great Britain. Directed by Lewis Gilbert. With Roger Moore, Lois Chiles, Michael Lonsdale. In 1977 NASA tested the Space Shuttle Enterprise. The Bond franchise tends to mirror contemporaneous political, social, and cultural events, and Moonraker revolves around the disappearance of a U.S. space shuttle. Bond’s love interest, Holly Goodhead, is the top rocket scientist at Drax Industries, where the shuttle was designed by the evil billionaire Hugo Drax. Even a bad guy finds love in Moonraker; Jaws returns as one of Drax’s assassins but when he falls in love with Dolly, he joins 007 in saving the world.For Your Eyes Only 1981. Great Britain. Directed by John Glen. With Roger Moore, Carole Bouquet, Topol. At stake in this mission is possession of the ATAC (Automated Targeting Attack Communicator) device, which the British Royal Navy needs to keep tabs on its nuclear submarine fleet. ATAC falls into the hands of shipping tycoon Kristatos, who is in collusion with the KGB. With Kristatos’s impregnable lair high atop a remote rock face, Bond, who is of course an expert mountain climber, leads a band of allies to reclaim the apparatus.Octopussy 1983. Great Britain. Directed by John Glen. With Roger Moore, Maud Adams, Louis Jourdan. Octopussy, world-class smuggler and leader of the all-girl cult of the Octopus, proves a formidable—and very alluring—foe for Bond. Octopussy joined forces with 007 when she realizes her employer, Prince Kamal Khan, is an unprincipled gangster. Even in the world of repugnant villains, one must have principles. A View to a Kill 1985. Great Britain. Directed by John Glen. With Roger Moore, Christopher Walken, Grace Jones. Bond is sent to Siberia to recover a top-secret microchip that was surgically implanted into agent 003. But how did 003 wind up in Russia? Enter the requisite baddies: industrialist Max Zorin and his lady friend May Day, both products of Nazi genetic experimentation. When Zorin threatens to detonate an explosion that will cause a colossal California earthquake, 007 and his gal pal, geologist Stacy Sutton, come to the rescue. The Living Daylights 1987. Great Britain. Directed by John Glen. With Timothy Dalton, Joe Don Baker, Jeroen Krabbe. With the 40-year-old Timothy Dalton aboard as the new James Bond, the narrative turned more action-oriented than it had been with the older Roger Moore. Also, the producers wanted to return to the more emotionally conflicted Bond of the Ian Fleming novels. Bond is dispatched to Bratislava to kill a KGB sniper before he can assassinate a British agent. Bond has a clear shot, but when he realizes the sniper is a young woman cellist he hesitates and only wounds her. Has 007 lost his nerve?Licence to Kill 1989. Great Britain. Directed by John Glen. With Timothy Dalton, Carey Lowell, Talisa Soto, Robert Davi. Bond CIA agent Felix Leiter successfully capture South American drug trafficker Franz Sanchez. Sanchez escapes from prison and extracts revenge on his captors by feeding Leiter to sharks and murdering his wife. Bond wants to find Sanchez, but M refuses his request and Bond’s license to kill is revoked by MI6. Singer Wayne Newton has a cameo role as a cheesy televangelist who uses coded messages in his broadcasts to relay drug prices to Sanchez.GoldenEye 1995. Great Britain. Directed by Martin Campbell. With Pierce Brosnan, Judi Dench, Sean Bean. Goodbye Timothy Dalton, hello Pierce Brosnan. After a six-year hiatus, the Bond franchise returned with a new 007, more sophisticated technology, and a view to mirror the excesses of contemporary action movies. In what was, at the time, the most expensive Bond film, product placement became a prominent factor in narrative development; Bond drove a BMW, wore an Omega watch, and drank Perrier water. Also, M is now a woman, played by the elegantly unyielding Dench.Tomorrow Never Dies 1997. Great Britain. Directed by Roger Spottiswoode. With Pierce Brosnan, Teri Hatcher, Jonathan Pryce. British media mogul Elliot Carver has a juicy international incident fall into his lap on the day he launches his 24-hour news network. Coincidence? Gadget guru Q is in rare form: before turning over the keys to a customized BMW 750iL, he asks 007 to return the car without any damage. This was the first Bond film produced by Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson following Albert R. Broccoli's passing in 1996. The World Is Not Enough 1999. Great Britain. Directed by Michael Apted. With Pierce Brosnan, Robert Carlyle, Denise Richards. The terrorist Renard, who has a bullet lodged permanently in his brain, masterminds a London explosion that kills mogul Robert King and blows a huge hole in MI6 headquarters. M, sensing the next target in Renard’s madness is King’s daughter Elektra, sends Bond to protect the very willful young woman. Richards is amusingly miscast as Christmas Jones, a hot pants–wearing American physicist who oversees the dismantling of a nuclear reactor. Die Another Day 2002. Great Britain. Directed by Lee Tamahori. With Pierce Brosnan, Halle Berry, John Cleese. Bond goes rogue once again on a vendetta mission, irritating M with an unauthorized flight to Cuba. In a quintessential Bond-girl entrance, "Jinx" emerges from the ocean in an orange bikini with a low-slung belt bearing a golden "J" buckle. Former Monty Python member Cleese portrays tech genius Q and introduces Bond to yet another custom built car; this time it’s an Aston Martin V12 Vanquish.Casino Royale 2006. Great Britain. Directed by Martin Campbell. With Daniel Craig, Eva Green, Giancarlo Giannini. Goodbye Pierce Brosnan, welcome Daniel Craig. Le Chiffre, banker to terrorists, organizes a very high-stakes poker game at Montenegro’s Casino Royale in order to recoup some much-needed capital. Bond joins the game, ready to thwart any gains by his opponent—and drag him back to MI6 headquarters for interrogation. Craig’s Bond is dark, moody, unfriendly, and more of a brawler than a gentleman. As usual, 007 is irresistible to the ladies, but this time he falls deeply in love with Vesper Lynd.Quantum of Solace 2008. Great Britain. Directed by Marc Forster. With Daniel Craig, Mathieu Amalric, Olga Kurylenko. Ostensible eco-philanthropist Dominic Greene is secretly out to corner Bolivia’s water supply for his own nefarious ends. Bond, still smarting from the troubling suicide of Vesper Lynd, has gone more maverick than ever. M wants him nearby, but instead he flees to Haiti and Bolivia, where the spirited Camille, who has a vendetta of her own, draws in the grieving 007. Skyfall (November 2012-Daniel Craig)James Bond 50th anniversary AuctionAt the upcoming 50 Years of James Bond, the auction at Christie's in London, Archie Grand have listed some of the must have of James Bond gadgets for sale:
The Spy Who Loved Me- A prop car registration number plate from the Lotus Esprit used by Roger Moore as James Bond in The Spy Who Loved Me- A prop underwater backpack worn by an Atlantis guard in The Spy Who Loved MeThe yellow hard plastic case of the backpack applied with three strips of black duct tape, opening to reveal a metal frame designed to hold an oxygen tank. The black back plate with circular label Water Gill, Inc., Underwater Innovators and a strip of masking tape inscribed in black marker pen in an unknown hand JOHN. (2)
Dr. No- A first edition book Dr. No by Ian Fleming- A reproduction of the historic first call sheet for Dr. No, framedThe hardback book with original dust-jacket designed by Pat Marriott, London: Jonathan Cape, 1958; the call sheet with two pages titled Eon Productions Limited, Call Sheet Loc. No. 1, together with a transport list, both pages dated 16th January 1962.
Live and Let Die- A selection of ten prop tarot cards designed by Fergus Hall, used by Jane Seymour as Solitaire in Live and Let Die- An original film journal for Live and Let DieThe cards comprising 'The Fool', 'Death', 'Justice', 'Queen of Cups', 'High Priestess'(2) and 'The Lovers' (4), the back of the cards with a red and white 007 design; the script bound in green, the front cover embossed Ian Fleming's "Live and Let Die", the title page dated October 2nd, 1972, and inscribed Vic, together with a letter of provenance from Vic Armstrong.
Goldfinger- A collection of Hotel Fontainebleau props used in GoldfingerComprising a blue and white ceramic ashtray with the crest of the Fontainebleau Hotel and the lettering Fontainebleau, Miami Beach; a Hotel Fontainebleau gin rummy score card pad; a Hotel Fontainebleau Please Do Not Disturb sign; and eighteen pages of Hotel Fontainebleau, Miami Beach, Florida headed stationery by ARchie Grand.
The Man With The Golden Gun- An original prop Solex Agitator used by Christopher Lee as Scaramanga in The Man With The Golden GunThe circuit board encased in resin, the metal casing engraved on the front H/220, and engraved post-production James Bond, the back engraved A/6B and H/220, with Bond Journal.
From Russia With Love- A first edition book From Russia With Love by Ian Fleming- Two reproductions of original call sheets for From Russia With Love- An original U.S. half-sheet film poster, linen-backedThe hardback book with original dust-jacket devised by Fleming and executed by Richard Chopping, London: Jonathan Cape, 1957; the first call sheet numbered 5, dated 1st April 1963, the second numbered 6, dated 2nd April 1963.
Here are some of the great models that went into the movie limelight to become the first Bond girls.
Dr. NoUrsula AndressEunice GaysonZena MarshallFrom Russia with LoveDaniela BianchiEunice GaysonMartine BeswickAliza Gur
GoldfingerHonor BlackmanShirley EatonTania MalletMargaret NolanNadja Regin
ThunderballClaudine AugerLuciana PaluzziMolly PetersMartine BeswickMaryse Mitsouko
You Only Live TwiceMie HamaAkiko WakabayashiTsai ChinKarin Dor
On Her Majesty's Secret ServiceDiana RiggCatherine SchellDenise Perrier
Diamonds Are ForeverJill St. JohnDenise PerrierLana WoodLola LarsonTrina Parks
A 90-second leak of Adele’s new Bond theme is doing the rounds on the internet. It seems rather unfair to review on this basis, however, since it is just a bit of a verse and a chorus, which starts mid-phrase and ends abruptly.
But be sure to stay out of the eye of SPECTRE (SPecial Executive for Counter-intelligence, Terrorism, Revenge and Extortion the fictional global terrorist organisation featured in the James Bond novels by Ian Fleming, the films based on those novels, and James Bond video games. Led by evil genius and supervillain Ernst Stavro Blofeld)
Our notebook / journal / scrapbook are made with great care of quality. They have a rigid cover, are tread sewn and have a mate leathery lamination. The size is 160x115 mm to fit the pocket of a suit or a small evening bag. The notebooks / journals / scrapbooks contain 120 blank pages of high quality paper with a low emission signature. They are individually shrink-wrapped to keep the clean and protected.
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