“The Living Daylights”: Danish ad sheet (1987)

This is the original Danish ad sheet for "The Living Daylights" (EON Productions 1987), issued by the film's local distributor United International Pictures (formerly United Artists).

The press book was distributed to cinema owners and press in Denmark to mark the film's theatrical release in August 1987.

Note: The Danish title "Spioner dør ved daggry" translates as "Spies Die at Dawn". The accompanying text reads: "25 years of 007! Entertainment worth millions ... for excitement ... for fun ... for you ..."


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“The World is not Enough”: Danish TV interviews and review (DR2 1999)

In December 1999, the film programme "Bogart", broadcast on national Danish TV channel DR2, featured a lengthy segment on the newly released James Bond 007 film "The World is Not Enough" (Eon Productions 1999).

First, actor Ulrich Thomsen talks to journalist Søren Høy about his role as Davidov in the film. This part is in Danish.

Next, director Michael Apted and Pierce Brosnan (James Bond 007) discuss the film in junket interviews with Søren Høy. These interviews are in English with Danish subtitles.

The segment ends with a capsule review of "The World is not Enough" in Danish by the show's host, Ole Michelsen.

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“For Your Eyes Only” (1981): Badge

This badge, advertising EON Productions' twelfth James Bond 007 film, "For Your Eyes Only" (1981), was manufactured by Danbadge in Denmark.

Bond•O•Rama.dk has been unable to find any further information about this collector's item. If you know more about this badge, please contact us!

UPDATE: The badge was handed out to Danish cinema goers during the first theatrical run of "For Your Eyes Only" in late 1981.


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“A View to a Kill”: Danish ad sheet (1985)

This is the original Danish ad sheet for "A View to a Kill" (EON Productions 1985), issued by the film's local distributor United International Pictures (formerly United Artists).

The press book was distributed to cinema owners in Denmark to mark the film's theatrical release in August 1985.

Note: The Danish title "Agent 007 i skudlinien" translates as "Agent 007 in the line of fire".

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