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28 FEBRUARY 2014
NO 24 OF MI6 CONFIDENTIAL (ENGLISH FANZINE)

By: Anders Frejdh
Published:
2014-03-01
Publication of MI6 Confidential, issue 24 (volume 8), a special dedicated to four of the talented people behind the scenes of the James Bond films, and much more.

MI6 Confidential, the full-colour magazine celebrating the world of James Bond 007, returns with its twenty-fourth issue, SCRIPTING BOND.

All cinematic icons have their backroom stalwarts, and this issue pays homage to four of them. The screenwriting duo, Neal Purvis and Robert Wade, writers of the five most recent adventures talk candidly about their years with Bond; Mark Mawston recalls a meeting with esteemed composer, John Barry; and we caught up with director John Glen for an exclusive interview, touching on all elements of his career.

Other features in this issue help it to truly span the length and breadth of Bond’s 50 years, with features on the American girls from the 1980s and 1990s, and a look at the audience reaction to Daniel Craig’s grittier Bond of the new millennium.

Articles in this issue:
• Scripting Bond - Purvis & Wade reflect on their time with Bond in an exclusive interview
• Forty Years In Film - Director John Glen recalls his rise through the ranks of 007 filmmakers
• Licence to Thrill - How Carey Lowell & Talisa Soto were cast opposite Timothy Dalton
• Not Exactly Rocket Science - Denise Richards shares her experiences shooting in the UK
• Best of Barry - Just some of the highlights of John Barry’s soundtracks for Bond
• Unexpected Sex, Violence & Bad Language - How the public reacted to a grittier 007
• How To Eat Like James Bond - A study of James Bond’s diet, and some recipes to follow
• The Bond Connection - Behind the scenes with the production team of Fleming

Editor's note:
In 2007, FSWL founder Anders Frejdh & Marie-France Vienne (webmaster of Roger Moore's official website) caught up with John Glen to talk about his Bond career, read our interview with John Glen. In 2012, FSWL talked to Neal Purvis & Robert Wade about their work on the James Bond film series, read our interview with Purvis & Wade.

For other James Bond magazines presented on From Sweden with Love, click here.

Do not forget to check out our fan club page with a full coverage of Bond magazines (fanzines) around the world.

Other issues of MI6 Confidential/Declassified on From Sweden with Love:
>MI6 Declassified #1 (October 2007)
>MI6 Declassified #2 (February 2008)
>MI6 Declassified #3 (August 2008)
>MI6 Declassified #4 (October 2008)
>MI6 Declassified #5 (April 2009)
>MI6 Declassified #6 (September 2009)
>MI6 Declassified #7 (March 2010)
>MI6 Declassified #8 (November 2010)
>MI6 Confidential #9 (March 2011)
>MI6 Confidential #10 (May 2011)
>MI6 Confidential #11 (September 2011)
>MI6 Confidential #12 (November 2011)
>MI6 Confidential #13 (January 2012)
>MI6 Confidential #14 (March 2012)
>MI6 Confidential #15 (May 2012)
>MI6 Confidential #16 (August 2012)
>MI6 Confidential #17 (August 2012)
>MI6 Confidential #18 (October 2012)
>MI6 Confidential #19 (January 2013)
>MI6 Confidential #20 (March 2013)
>MI6 Confidential #21 (July 2013)
>MI6 Confidential #22 (September 2013)
>MI6 Confidential #23 (December 2013)

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