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 eighth cassette in the series was "Live and Let Die" (EON 1973):
Scan courtesy of Jan Mouritzen.
The 18th James Bond 007 film from EON Productions, "Tomorrow Never Dies", was released into Danish cinemas on December 19, 1997. Local distributor United International Pictures issued this version of the international release poster.
Original poster design: Randi Braun, Mark Belin. Repro/print: Pro Grafica.
Scan courtesy of movieposter.dk.
The 21th James Bond film from EON Productions, "Casino Royale", was released in Danish cinemas on November 24, 2006.
Local distributor Nordisk Film issued this version of the international release poster. (The homepage www.casinoroyalefilmen.dk is no longer active.)
In 1998 Metronome Video issued "Tomorrow Never Dies", the 18th Bond film from EON Productions, as a retail VHS cassette in Denmark, Greenland and the Faroe Islands.
The reversible cover featured an optional "Classic Bond Collection" layout.
A specially-made 24 page Bond encyclopedia written by Rasmus Paaske Larsen was included in the purchase.
A lesser-known Danish James Bond 007 connection is the BMW Z8 driven by Pierce Brosnan in "The World is Not Enough" (EON 1999). The car was designed by Danish-born Henrik Fisker who is quoted in the following spread from "The James Bond Car Collection" no. 4/2007:
"The car is timeless ... beautifully sculpted. Even today I wouldn't change a thing on it."
The partwork magazine was published by Eaglemoss Publications in the UK and sold with a collectable miniature model of the BMW.