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Issue 32 Of Le Bond (French Magazine)

By: Anders Frejdh
Le Bond 32
Issue 32 of the excellent French 007 magazine is published by our friends at Club James Bond France.

This issue of Le Bond is dedicated to the Oscars Skyfall (2012) won at this years Academy Awards. (Adele for Best Original Song and the Swede Per Hallberg & Karen Baker Landers for Best Sound Editing. More about Skyfall at the 2013 Oscars.)

Other features includes a special on the 30th anniversary of Octopussy (Octopussy (1983)), the sixth James Bond film starring Roger Moore as Ian Fleming's secret double-0 agent.

Photo above:
The cover for issue 32 of Le Bond. © 2013 Club James Bond France. All rights reserved.

FSWL strongly encourage you to subscribe to Le Bond, no matter if you you're a cunning linguist or not.



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