Browsing the archives for the Flashbacks tag

Flashback No. 5

Warhead 2000AD Once again a little history from the Bond universe. Unfortunately I do not have a credit for this snippet from the past. I was sorting through my papers on the weekend and I came across a piece of paper with the following (below) written on it. I can only guess that it came […]

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Flashback No. 4

The Ad Campaign That Wasn’t This article, written by Stephen Rebello, appeared in the magazine Premiere in July 1989. Click on the image below to view a larger version. The ‘Flashback’ articles on Permission To Kill are re-printed from original newspaper and magazine articles, and are presented as a piece of history. The article has […]

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Flashback No. 3

Octopussy This review appeared in the magazine New Video Movies in Oct/Nov 1984 This is the thirteenth James Bond film to be made since the series began in 1962 with “Dr. No”. It is the sixth featuring Roger Moore which would have equaled Connery’s outings, except for “Never Say Never Again”, being made by Connery […]

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Flashback No. 2

The Prisoner: An Enigma and a Tease By Ivan Hutchinson This article appeared in the Australian Video Age in the mid 1980s Only 17 episodes were made, yet Patrick McGoohan’s tantalising thriller series is still one of the best-remembered television programs of the ’60s. It’s now on tape from Syme Home Video, and Ivan Hutchinson […]

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Flashback: No. 1

George Lazenby’s $6 million secret By Bob Cameron This article appeared in the Australian New Idea 10/11/1979 The former 007 star tells for the first time about the illness that nearly killed him Some of the world’s top actors were more than a little miffed when the brash, rangy car salesman-cum-male model landed the role […]

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