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The Incredible World of James Bond (1965)

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Cast

Credited cast:
Sean Connery ... Himself (archive footage)
Ursula Andress ... Herself (archive footage)
Joseph Wiseman ... Himself (archive footage)
Bernard Lee ... M (Vice Admiral Sir Miles Messervy KCMG) (archive footage)
Zena Marshall ... Herself (archive footage)
Daniela Bianchi ... Herself (archive footage)
Lotte Lenya ... Herself (archive footage)
Robert Shaw ... Himself (archive footage)
Honor Blackman ... Herself (archive footage)
Gert Fröbe ... Himself (archive footage)
Shirley Eaton ... Herself (archive footage)
Harold Sakata ... Himself (archive footage)
Lois Maxwell ... Herself (archive footage)
Desmond Llewelyn ... Himself (archive footage)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Ken Adam ... Himself (archive footage)
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This promotional film was aired on American television on 26 November 1965, one month before the release of Thunderball (1965). Narrated by Alexander Scourby, the 48 minute documentary aired as a one hour special. It included footage of the filming at Silverstone Racetrack, Northamptonshire and of the fight aboard the Disco Volante at Pinewood Studios; media coverage of Martine Beswick, Luciana Paluzzi and Claudine Auger; and archive footage of Ian Fleming at 'Goldeneye', Jamaica. It is available on the Thunderball (1965) DVD Ultimate Edition. Written by Anonymous

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Taglines:

See The Girls, Gadgets and Guys... who create all the excitement in The Incredible World of James Bond

Genres:

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 November 1965 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

James Bond darf nicht sterben See more »

Filming Locations:

Bahamas See more »

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Technical Specs

Runtime:

(TV)

Sound Mix:

Mono

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Trivia

A tagline in a newspaper ad for this television show stated: "See The Girls, Gadgets and Guys... who create all the excitement in The Incredible World of James Bond". See more »

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Great special!
9 February 2008 | by CATMAN-6See all my reviews

I have wonderful memories associated with this show. My best friend and I(both 11 years old at the time) watched it at his parents' house on their color TV. I think it was shown on NBC and it was probably a Friday night.

I'm not sure if we'd ever heard of James Bond, but after watching, we became instant fans. Our parents bought us many James Bond toys; road race set, board games, figurines, attaché cases, etc. My friend even got all the Ian Fleming novels in hardback. When his mother was out of the house, we'd look at them and get excited over the racy parts.

We never got to see a Bond film back then. We lived in a small town with only one theater and if a Bond film ever played there, we didn't get to see it.

The first Bond film I ever saw was "Goldfinger." I seem to remember it was in '72 or '73 and it was on ABC Sunday Night at The Movies."


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