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All Bond Films With Pierce Brosnan On Swedish Television

By: FSWL team
GoldenEye teaser poster
James Bond continues to save the world this Holiday Season. Just in time for Christmas, all four of Pierce Brosnan's James Bond films is broadcast in Sweden on channel Sjuan.

The films in question are:

GoldenEye (1995) Christmas Eve, December 24 at 9:00pm
In Goldeneye, Bond returns to the cinema after six years of absence. Apart from Pierce Brosnan in the lead role, Judi Dench was new to the series in the role of M. Sean Bean portrays the villain who is aimed to detonate a nuclear bomb over London. Famke Janssen was his sadistic sidekick, while Izabella Scorupco was on Bond's side.

Director: Martin Campbell

Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) Christmas Day, December 25 at 9:00pm
In Brosnan's second Bond film he stars opposite Jonathan Carver who planned to provoke a war between Britain and China. Michelle Yeoh and Teri Hatcher played the Bond girls, and this was the first Bond film that had different songs at the beginning and end.

Director: Roger Spottiswoode

The World Is Not Enough (1999) Boxing Day, December 26 at 9:00pm
Mysterious oil business was on the agenda in The World Is Not Enough, where Robert Carlyle and Sophie Marceau shared the villain part. Bond was assisted by Denise Richards' character Christmas Jones, who also get into bed with 007 giving the screenwriters the opportunity to write this line: "I thought Christmas only comes once a year".

Director: Michael Apted

Editor's note:
Desmond Llewellyn (1914-1999) makes his 17th and last film appearance as Q in TWINE, John Cleese his first Bond as Q's successor.

Die Another Day (2002) Thursday,December 27 at 9:00pm
South Korea ends up under fire in Brosnan's last film as Bond. Toby Stephens is evil, Rosamund Pike is one of Bond's girls and Halle Berry portrays a NSA agent who walks out of the sea in a direct homage to Ursula Andress classic scene from Dr. No (1962). Madonna flicker past as a fencing teacher, and she also sings the title song.

Director: Lee Tamahori



Earlier broadcasts of James Bond on Swedish TV featured on From Sweden with Love:
>Bondmaker (documentary) on Viasat History (November 2006)
>You Only Live Twice (1967) on TV3 (November 2007)
>Casino Royale TV premiere on Canal Plus (December 2007)
>True Bond (documentary) on SVT1 (May 2008)
>James Bond marathon on TV3 (November 2008)
>Quantum of Solace TV premiere on Canal Plus (November 2009)
>17 James Bond films on TV4 Plus (January-April 2011)
>All James Bond films with Pierce Brosnan on TV3 (February-March 2011)
>17 James Bond films on TV4 Film (September-October 2011)
>18 James Bond films on TV4 Film (December 2011-January 2012)
>17 James Bond films on Sjuan (March-June 2012)
>All James Bond films with Pierce Brosnan on TV4 Film (April 2012)
>Several James Bond films on TV4 during the Summer of 2012 (June-September 2012)

Editor's note:
For other posts about Pierce Brosnan on From Sweden with Love, click here.

Photo above:
One of the teaser posters for GoldenEye (1995) from Anders Frejdh's collection. © 2012 FSWL

Visit Sjuan's official website for the complete schedule of James Bond films:



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