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James Bond special in Mail On Sunday's Live issue

By: FSWL team
Published:
2012-01-15
James bond live special mail on sunday 2012
Look out, UK Bond fans! The January 15, 2012 edition of the Mail On Sunday newspaper comes with LIVE magazine's 50 Years Of Bond special issue.

From Sweden With Love has picked up our copy of the magazine and all we can say is that it is packed with amazing images from the Bond archives.

From one of the most-loved and much-imitated encounters 007 has with a villain - to Sean Connery's escape stunt in outer space, here are some never-before-seen pictures of the most impressive settings.

Cubby Broccoli once said: "A million dollars was being invested. We didn’t think that a monkey, even with a high IQ, could in any circumstances be 007’s merciless antagonist."

From vehicles being split in half - to those crashing into houses, take a look at the exciting world in these never-before-seen pictures of 007 and his enemies on the road.

Click below for more information about Mail On Sunday's James Bond special in LIVE:

www.mailonsunday.co.uk/live

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