Kiss Kiss Bang! Bang!: The Unofficial James Bond Film Companion

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Batsford, 2000 - Performing Arts - 210 pages
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The unofficial guide to James Bond on screen analyzes every Bond performance, from Sean Connery's pantherish assassin (introduced in 1962 as Dr. No) to Pierce Brosnan's elegant and wry portrayal in The World Is Not Enough (1999). Along the way, we consider actors George Lazenby, Timothy Dalton, Roger Moore, as well as Bond appearances in other films -- such as the spy spoof Casino Royale, starring David Niven. There's a wealth of top secret information for fans of the inimitable 007.

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Alan Barnes has written features for "Hammer Horror," as well as scripts for "2000AD,"
Marcus Hearn was the editor of "Hammer Horror" magazine, and with co-author Alan Barnes, he has written "Tarantino A-Zed," "The Cinema of George Lucas" and "Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang,

Marcus Hearn is the author and editor of numerous books on music, television, and film, including "The Hammer Story, Tarantino A to Zed," and "What Made Thunderbirds Go!

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