Licence to Thrill: A Cultural History of the James Bond Films

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I. B. Tauris, 1999 - James Bond films - 325 pages
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A cultural history of the most popular and enduring film series of all time. Chapman explores the origins of the Bond films in Fleming's novels, locates them in the spy thriller genre, discusses the Bond formula and places the suave British secret agent's adventures in cinema history and film culture.

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Review: Licence to Thrill: A Cultural History of the James Bond Films (Cinema and Society)

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An excellent cultural history of the Bond genre, giving a detailed overwview along with comparisons between novels and screen productions. I'd recommend this for everyone seeking an excellent introduction to the scope of the world of James Bond. Read full review

Review: Licence to Thrill: A Cultural History of the James Bond Films (Cinema and Society)

User Review  - Kimberley Jackson - Goodreads

An excellent cultural history of the Bond genre, giving a detailed overwview along with comparisons between novels and screen productions. I'd recommend this for everyone seeking an excellent introduction to the scope of the world of James Bond. Read full review

Contents

Ian Fleming
3
the James Bond Films and Genre
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Bulldog Drummond United ArtistsSamuel Goldwyn 1929
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