Website last updated: 16-8-2017

GOLDA OFFENHEIM (BEHIND THE SCENES)

By: Anders Frejdh
Published:
2006-08-06
Production Secretary on every James Bond film from FSWL 1963 until THE SPY WHO LOVED ME 1977

The first time I met Golda Offenheim was at an event entitled Bond Girls Are Forever arranged by Bondstars at Pinewood Studios on July 2, 2006. She spoke about her time being involved in the production of several Bond films.

Miss Offenheim was a long time production assistant, most notably on several James Bond films, Offenheim began her association on the franchise with From Russia With Love (1963) and kept working on every Bond film until The Spy Who Loved Me (1977).

Other films she worked upon in various different capacities include Fiddler On The Roof (1971), Rollerball (1975), and Ragtime (1981).

Photo above:
Our friend Bernard Vandendriessche with Golda Offenheim and June Randall at Pinewood Studios. © From Sweden with Love.

Text written and published by Anders Frejdh in August 2006

Tags:

#behind_the_scenes

All information, text and graphics (unless otherwise stated) on this website are protected by copyright law. Please contact us to use anything.

This website is not in any way endorsed by EON Productions Ltd, Danjaq, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Sony Pictures, United Artists, Ian Fleming Publications, or any other James Bond copyright holders. It is an independently run non-profit website from a personal basis in spare time.

James Bond film images © 1962 - 2017 EON Productions Ltd, Danjaq LLC, MGM, Sony Pictures and United Artists Cooperation

James Bond book covers © 1953 - 2017 Ian Fleming Publications and Glidrose Productions.

Managing Editor: Anders Frejdh