The Most Extraordinary Gentleman Spy in all Fiction-Agent 007 Posters

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  • AdamCarterJonesAdamCarterJones UKPosts: 303MI6 Agent
    Bondtoys wrote:
    I just realize how Moore looked like Brosnan in the same age -{

    And here Roger Moore is so small (note: the watch is behind him and in front of the lady) he could be mistaken for Daniel Craig :D

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    The watermark on the above image, I think, says "BOND LIFESTYLE", so if you have provided them the image and given them permission to use it then there is no problem here. However, if you did not provide them the image and can prove beyond all reasonable doubt that this is your display and image, then there is a problem.

    But are you sure it is your display?
    The image on your website is different.
    Best wishes,
    Adam Carter-Jones
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  • HigginsHiggins GermanyPosts: 16,618MI6 Agent
    Bondtoys wrote:
    I just realize how Moore looked like Brosnan in the same age -{

    And here Roger Moore is so small (note: the watch is behind him and in front of the lady) he could be mistaken for Daniel Craig :D

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    The watermark on the above image, I think, says "BOND LIFESTYLE", so if you have provided them the image and given them permission to use it then there is no problem here. However, if you did not provide them the image and can prove beyond all reasonable doubt that this is your display and image, then there is a problem.

    But are you sure it is your display?
    The image on your website is different.

    Well, I am not sure, if you decide what "no problem" is or not :D I'd say you don't :D

    JBL had my permission to use that pic and it has been lifted from their webpage.
    But I am still the owner of the copyright and I am sure that it's my display and my image X-(
    President of the 'Misty Eyes Club'.

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  • SimesSimes WindsorPosts: 80MI6 Agent
    Voituer wrote:
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    Happy to help with any small amount of knowledge I have but I need some expertise here. I have always been led to beleive that this poster was a rush job due to a shortage of cinema release posters. Apologies its a UK quad. Anyway I never really believed it and think maybe it was printed for Ireland due to censorship of female images. Anyone got any better idea?
    I have heard the same about shortage of posters - although if there was a shortage, just print more from the same existing blocks than undergo a redesign (of sorts).

    I doubt it would have been done for the Irish market as the Russia quads (and Dr No and Thunderball quads) I have seen have had 'clothes' painted in to cover the nudity.

    Other than that, I am no help at all.
  • Polar Bear 0007Polar Bear 0007 CanadaPosts: 129MI6 Agent
    Wow! Texas 007 those are fantastic!!
    This is where we leave you Mr. Bond. (Pilot, Apollo Airlines)
  • texas007texas007 Houston, Texas 77041Posts: 2,346MI6 Agent
    Which one you like?
    Too bad you missed out on this one I just did.
    http://www.ajb007.co.uk/topic/38306/rare-amd-limited-james-bond-artwork-prints/
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    Wow! Texas 007 those are fantastic!!
  • dmcsdmcs Posts: 2MI6 Agent
    ppw3o6r wrote:
    Latest poster aquisition:
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    This is an ultra rare pair of British double crowns displayed as a door panel for 1971's Diamonds are Forever. If you've ever seen another original pair you are probably looking at the front advertising panels of a British Routemaster bus 40 years ago or are standing in the poster section of the EON Archive?

    "I got a brother"

    I also got these ..... Rolled never folded

    "Small world"
  • VoituerVoituer Posts: 483MI6 Agent
    dmcs wrote:
    ppw3o6r wrote:
    Latest poster aquisition:
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    This is an ultra rare pair of British double crowns displayed as a door panel for 1971's Diamonds are Forever. If you've ever seen another original pair you are probably looking at the front advertising panels of a British Routemaster bus 40 years ago or are standing in the poster section of the EON Archive?

    "I got a brother"

    I also got these ..... Rolled never folded

    "Small world"

    I have these and also a third which has no image so they probably were displayed in threes with the image one in the middle

    Has anyone got the OHMSS one which looks like s photocopy? - must dig it out one day to get a shot.
  • danjaq_0ffdanjaq_0ff The SwampsPosts: 7,283MI6 Agent
    edited November 2012
    I have been raiding the loft :D
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  • minigeffminigeff EnglandPosts: 7,884MI6 Agent
    Hot shitt!!

    I love the first TLD poster with the Aston on it, poster artwork like these put the skyfall ones to shame IMO.

    Nice stuff mate,

    MG -{
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  • danjaq_0ffdanjaq_0ff The SwampsPosts: 7,283MI6 Agent
    Cheers Mate :007) I didn't relise I had so many posters, I m still sorting through them :o
  • VoituerVoituer Posts: 483MI6 Agent
    Nice posters especially the RM era ones unrolled - HTF :)
  • danjaq_0ffdanjaq_0ff The SwampsPosts: 7,283MI6 Agent
    Voituer wrote:
    Nice posters especially the RM era ones unrolled - HTF :)


    Cheers Nick, they were rolled very loosely in a large diameter tube for the last 17 years or so :D

    i do have a few folded one sheets and two quads, shame they live in the loft :#
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    this one I had on my wall as a kid :)
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  • Sir MilesSir Miles The Wrong Side Of The WardrobePosts: 26,342Chief of Staff
    That's some loft you have my friend -{
    YNWA 97
  • danjaq_0ffdanjaq_0ff The SwampsPosts: 7,283MI6 Agent
    Cheers Mate :) but the loft is really the wrong place for these :D
  • VoituerVoituer Posts: 483MI6 Agent
    I have just bought an A0 planning chest with 5 drawers - UK quads fit in perfectly and I've probably now got a couple of hundred safely in there. Like you say what can you do with these bloody posters.

    I have a 12 sheet US dr No but my biggest is a 24 sheet FYEO!
  • danjaq_0ffdanjaq_0ff The SwampsPosts: 7,283MI6 Agent
    Well Im not doing the posters any justice keeping them in the loft :)) and I don't have the room for a planning chest,
    so Im getting rid of them.

    200 you crazy bugger :D
  • Sir MilesSir Miles The Wrong Side Of The WardrobePosts: 26,342Chief of Staff
    danjaq_0ff wrote:
    Cheers Mate :) but the loft is really the wrong place for these :D

    It is indeed...but have you got the wall space ? :))
    YNWA 97
  • VoituerVoituer Posts: 483MI6 Agent
    danjaq_0ff wrote:
    Well Im not doing the posters any justice keeping them in the loft :)) and I don't have the room for a planning chest,
    so Im getting rid of them.

    200 you crazy bugger :D

    Crazy as a fox! :))

    if you get a list together LMK
  • Hodgy1972Hodgy1972 Posts: 1MI6 Agent
    I have just put 4 quad posters on eBay if anybody wishes to look at them. Live and let die, the spy who loved me, moonraker, and a double bill poster of diamonds are forever with roger moores gold

    Item numbers are. 200844001329, 200844004403, 200844000210, 200844006033

    All in excellent condition and were kept in glass frames on the walls of my bachelor pad until I got hitched
  • ppw3o6rppw3o6r Great BritainPosts: 2,268MI6 Agent
    edited January 2013
    Original 1966 Japanese rerelease one panel poster for Dr.No believed by most to be the 1963 first release poster. Even the DK 50th Anniversary poster book got this wrong. The poster is unusual because it features Bond with the correct Walther PP where most 1960's Dr.No posters including the 1972 rerelease Japanese one & two panels feature Bond with the infamous yet incorrect Walther PPK or a Walther P38 based pistol. Also shown which regrettably I do not own is the mega rare actual 1963 first release one panel Japanese poster and the bugger me, rare as rocking horse pooh 1963 Japanese two panel which graces my door. -{
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  • Sir MilesSir Miles The Wrong Side Of The WardrobePosts: 26,342Chief of Staff
    Cheers, Donk....these are way too cool - love 'em -{
    YNWA 97
  • danjaq_0ffdanjaq_0ff The SwampsPosts: 7,283MI6 Agent
    Very nice Donk -{
  • AdamCarterJonesAdamCarterJones UKPosts: 303MI6 Agent
    Nice -{
    Best wishes,
    Adam Carter-Jones
    Bondposters.com - FREE James Bond Poster Reference site
  • VoituerVoituer Posts: 483MI6 Agent
    Very nice - I always thought there was a lot going on in Japanese posters but they are getting very rare.

    One thing that stands out with this Dr NO poster is the image of Connery and Gayson. Only the Japanese seem to have picked up on the blatent sexuality of the opening scenes. I don't remember any book really labouring on it either.

    Usually the gun shots into Dent seemed to ignite debate but take that couple and the age. Bond meets a good time girl in a casino and the next minute she is wearing his shirt. Very racy stuff and to be honest Eunice Gayson projected sex and here is the controversial part - sex without hangups or commitment.

    wow - must lie down!!!
  • thespyboys11thespyboys11 Lindenwold,NJPosts: 1,842MI6 Agent
    I remember attending the 1972 Comic book convention in New York who had several Movie Posters and, as he was against a wall, hung up a 24-sheet poster of Bond walking sideways inside the volcano from YOLT.
    The last day of the show I passed him and heard him yelling out "Huge Bond poster...letting it go for $10.00.......Anyone? "OK, last chance...$5.00 takes it away"
    And no...I didn't get it........ :s
    Ed
  • danjaq_0ffdanjaq_0ff The SwampsPosts: 7,283MI6 Agent
    You can remember back that far :s :D
  • VoituerVoituer Posts: 483MI6 Agent
    that could have done the side of your house Ed :))

    We have all done it.....................
  • AdamCarterJonesAdamCarterJones UKPosts: 303MI6 Agent
    Ed, why didn't you buy it!? 8-)
    Like what Nick says, we've all let great things go at some point! :s
    Best wishes,
    Adam Carter-Jones
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  • ppw3o6rppw3o6r Great BritainPosts: 2,268MI6 Agent
    edited February 2013
    Unusual image painted by Robert McGinnis for the Thunderball campaign of 1965 which appeared in colour on the US 1/2 sheet and 6 sheet. No:04 in a set of 4 US door panel posters which are featured in the new DK 50 Years of Bond movie posters book but incorrectly captioned. Martine Beswick is listed as Claudine Auger and Ms Auger herself is listed as "an unknown model!"....Give me strength!
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    ps, if anyone has the US Sean Connery door panel for YOU ONLY LIVE TWICE for sale? please PM me. Thank you.
  • AdamCarterJonesAdamCarterJones UKPosts: 303MI6 Agent
    The TB door panels are really nice! Great you have a set (or at least one of them!) -{
    Best wishes,
    Adam Carter-Jones
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