A complete history of 007's films though No Time to Die, as told via over 1000 images and an oral history from over 150 cast and crew.
Beginning with 1962's Dr. No, the James Bond series has become the most successful, longest-running film franchise in history. The James Bond Archives chronicles it all. This more modestly-sized version of the book contains over 1,000 on-set photos, unreleased stills, production memos, storyboards, and set designs from 1962's Dr. No all the way to never-seen-before material from Daniel Craig's finale as 007 in No Time To Die. The truly devoted Bond fan will also appreciate the inclusion of unused concepts and alternative designs throughout the filmography. The illustrative material is set beside an oral history recounted by over 150 cast and crew members, making this the ultimate behind-the-scenes look at the storied secret agent. Printed in English, with German, French, and Spanish translations available as downloads.