The 15th James Bond film from EON Productions, "The Living Daylights", was released in Danish cinemas on August 14, 1987. The Danish title, "Spioner dør ved daggry", means "Spies Die at Dawn".
United International Pictures' Danish poster campaign closely followed the US one sheet designed by David Reneric and art directed by Jeffrey Bacon with photography by Jim McCrary. Copenhagen-based ad agency Jensen & Dencker nonetheless managed to misspell associate producer Tom Pevsner's name in the credit block.
In 1989 Warner Home Video issued all of the James Bond 007 films (except the Columbia-produced "Casino Royale" from 1967) on retail VHS through local distributor Metronome Video. The Bond films had not previously been available for sale in Denmark.
This initial retail series had specially designed cover art with raster graphics on a metallic grey background which was obviously meant to resemble Maurice Binder's famous gunbarrel design.
The third cassette in the series was issued as "Goldfinger" (1964) rather than the film's original Danish title "Agent 007 contra Goldfinger".
The 14th EON-produced James Bond film, "A View to a Kill", was released theatrically in Denmark on August 9, 1985.
Copenhagen-based ad agency Jensen & Dencker produced the theatrical poster for the film's local distributor United International Pictures. The ad campaign combined two pieces of artwork created by Dan Goozee for the US teaser poster and the final US one-sheet respectively.
The film's Danish title, "Agent 007 i skudlinien", means "Agent 007 in the line of fire".