Bond, James Bond
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Bond, James Bond

Exploring the Shaken and Stirred History of Ian Fleming’s 007

By Brad Gilmore, Mike Kalinowski

Breaking Down Six Decades of James Bond Movies

#1 New Release in Action & Adventure Movies & Video, and Movie Reference

Hosts Mike Kalinowski and Brad Gilmore team up in this comprehensive examination of the longest running film series in the history of cinema. In Bond, James Bond, they explore the cinematic history of the James Bond collection to celebrate everything it got right and reflect on everything it got wrong.

The complete cinematic biographies of James Bond. Since his initial portrayal by Sean Connery, James Bond has become a timeless icon worldwide. Now, comes the first-ever era-by-era breakdown of the much loved international spy—on and off the silver screen. Following the men who portrayed James Bond—Daniel Craig, Pierce Brosnan, Timothy Dalton, Roger Moore, and Sean Connery—readers will discover the characteristics that made him resonate, as well as the less glamorous relics that made him evolve.

For fans of the Ian Fleming James Bond novels and movies. Cinephiles and fans can finally unscramble some of the best action movies of all time. Covering everything from cars to court cases, Bond, James Bond looks at the evolution of the 007 movies from all angles.

Featuring bonus chapters on Bond women and musical scores, inside, you’ll also find:

  • The origins of 007 in the early James Bond books
  • Off-screen politics, drama, and movements that shifted the series trajectory
  • The “other” James Bond, comic books, and animated series

If you’re looking for Father’s Day gifts, gifts for men, or James Bond gifts—and enjoyed books like Some Kind of Hero, Nobody Does it Better, or Shaken—then you’ll love Bond, James Bond.

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