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Bond on Bond: The Ultimate Book on Over 50 Years of 007 (Hardback)
  • Bond on Bond: The Ultimate Book on Over 50 Years of 007 (Hardback)

Bond on Bond: The Ultimate Book on Over 50 Years of 007 (Hardback)

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Hardback Published: 04/10/2012
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The Bond movies remain the longest continually running film series in movie history, and 2012 marks its fiftieth anniversary. While there have been many actors that have taken on the coveted role of James Bond, the most renowned 007 - and the one with most panache and charisma - is undoubtedly Sir Roger Moore, KBE. To celebrate the film franchise's wonderful heritage, Roger Moore has written a book that features all the Bond movies, along with a wonderfully witty account of his own involvement in them. From the girls to the villains, from the cars to the cocktails, from the gadgets to the locations, this beautiful book is illustrated with many iconic images from all the films plus many previously unseen shots. This is the ultimate James Bond book, written by the ultimate James Bond, with all the affection and good humour he brought to the role. It is the perfect gift for all fans of this much-loved series.

Publisher: Michael O'Mara Books Ltd
ISBN: 9781843178613

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