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Book Review: James Bond Encyclopedia

January 22, 2010

Released October 6th, 2009

Page count: 336 pages

Size: 10” x 12”


James Bond Enclyclopedia – Revised Edition

(Text) By John Cork and Collin Stutz

Foreword By Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli

Published By Dorling Kindersley


– This review is in a series running this week and next, leading up to the Oscar nominations on Feb. 2nd. The series includes a profile of 8 books relating to past and present films, as well as the filmmaking process. Check out these titles to get a better understanding of what goes into the art of film.


James Bond Encyclopedia Book Review By John C.

Appearing in 21 films, and being portrayed by 6 different actors, James Bond is a cinematic icon.  The James Bond Encyclopedia is the number one print source for any James Bond fan. With info on all the characters and films, this is a must-have source for movie lovers as well. Though it is a bit pricey, this would make a great gift.


James Bond Encyclopedia Book Review By Erin V.

James Bond is one of those series that has fascinated the film world for ages. The iconic character has been played by 6 actors over 46 years, with each one bringing his own vision of Bond to the screen.


Beautifully compiled by Dorling Kindersley Publishing, this book is an easy to read, visual encyclopedia. This new edition, which is 16 pages longer, has been updated to include pages on Quantum of Solace’s characters, sets, and place in the Bond universe.


For anyone interested in the history of the films, the villains, and Bond himself, this is the book for you. It’s available in most major book stores, as well as online.


To find out more about the James Bond Encyclopedia, or other books, visit DK’s website here.

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