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Nov062013

The History of 007

The history of 007 infographic

The History of 007 infographic from cabletv.com highlights the actors who have played Bond, the cars he drove, the guns he used, and the villains he famously fought to save the world.

Good blend of photos, illustrations and charts to tell the story of 50 years of James Bond.

Thanks to Dwayne for sending in the link!

 

 

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Reader Comments (1)

I absolutely love this James Bond graphic poster! I would love to either buy this poster from you, or barring that if you would mind if I printed it myself. Before I do, I did want to point out a couple errors.

All of the Ernst Stavro Blofeld appearances are matched with the correct film, but not all of the correct actors who played 007’s nemesis are showing. Donald Pleasence did play Blofeld once in 1967’s “You Only Live Twice”, but you’ve got his photo showing twice. Though we never see his face, Anthony Dawson played Blofeld in 1962’s “From Russia With Love”. Dawson also appeared as the villainous Professor Kent in 1962’s “Dr. No”. Also, you’ve got Telly Savalas correctly portraying Blofeld in 1969’s “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service”. However, it was Charles Gray and not Savalas who played Blofeld in 1971’s “Diamonds Are Forever”. Grey had previously appeared as Major Henderson in “You Only Live Twice” with Pleasence. It was Max Von Sydow, not Gray, in 1983’s “Never Say Never Again”.

One final note that is not Blofeld related. In 1996’s “Goldeneye”, the villain was not named Goldeneye. That was the name of the project created by the Soviets involving satellites orbiting the earth. The villain’s name was Alec Trevelyan/Agent 006, who was indeed portrayed by Sean Bean.

Everything else appears to be correct. If you have a moment, kindly let me know if these errors can be fixed by your team. If not, did you by chance build this graphic using Adobe software such as InDesign? I would be interested in doing the work myself in my free time. Anyway, thank you for a great trip through Bond’s memory lane.
~ Andy Cramer
November 16, 2013 | Unregistered CommenterAndy Cramer

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