Category: Video archive

“James Bond in Oslo” (2016): A day with George Lazenby – VIDEO

James Bond●O●Rama.dk is back after a two month hiatus!

This weekend (May 30-June 3, 2019) Bond●O●Rama.dk is taking part in the unofficial 50-year anniversary celebrations of "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" (EON 1969). The ambitious 9-day fan event covered 007 filming locations in Portugal and culminates today with a huge party in Piz Gloria at the Schilthorn mountain in Switzerland. Among the attending VIPs are George Lazenby, John Glen, several of Blofeld's Angels of Death and a few stunt people. Pictures to follow soon!

Until then I am proud to present the online premiere of the video I shot at a previous event, "James Bond in Oslo" in 2016. The edited footage was first shown on April 7, 2019 before a special 4K screening of "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" at the CinemaxX theatre in Copenhagen.

Music credits:
Eddy "Spy" (CC BY-NC 4.0)
John Bartmann "Secret Agent Rock" (CC0 1.0)

"James Bond in Oslo": Photos from the event (2016)
"James Bond in Oslo": Interview with George Lazenby, part 1 (2016)
"James Bond in Oslo": Interview with George Lazenby, part 2 (2016)

“Up and coming” (1972): The “Bond Street” dance

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In the little-known Danish comedy "Nu går den på Dagmar" (international title: "Up and Coming") from 1972, two young acting students (played by Ulla Gottlieb and Finn Storgaard) do a fairly elaborate choreography to Burt Bacharach's own recording of "Bond Street".

"Bond Street", issued on the Bacharach LP "Reach Out" (1967), is based on the composer's cue "Home, James, don't spare the horses" written for the soundtrack of Columbia's "Casino Royale".

The dancing in "Nu går den på Dagmar" was choreographed by American dancer Gene Nettles who at this time was living in Denmark. Actor Finn Storgaard reveals to Bond•O•Rama.dk that the scene was hell to do because of the heat.

"We shot in the summer in a real studio apartment in Copenhagen. It was 30 degrees Celcius outside, but at least 40 degrees in the flat after the crew put up light boxes in all of the windows," Finn Storgaard recalls.

"Nu går den på Dagmar" was released in Danish cinemas on October 23, 1972. This excerpt is from a VHS issued by the company Kavan (the film has to date not been released on DVD).

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“Tomorrow Never Dies”: Cecilie Thomsen interviewed on “V.I.P.” (NBC 1997)

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Around the time of the worldwide release of "Tomorrow Never Dies" in 1997, Danish model and actress Cecilie Thomsen appeared the NBC talk show "V.I.P." hosted by Selina Scott . Here Thomsen chats about her part as Inga Bergström in the James Bond 007 film, her modeling career, her relationship with singing star Bryan Adams among other things.

James Bond•O•Rama.dk would like to apologize for the poor video quality.

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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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“GoldenEye”: Izabella Scorupco – Danish TV interview (“I biffen” 1996)

Prior to the Danish theatrical release of "GoldenEye" in January 1996, Polish-Swedish actress Izabella Scorupco (who played Natalya Simonova in the EON film) was interviewed by Bo Larsen for the syndicated film programme "I biffen".

In the interview, Izabella Scorupco gives her definition of a Bond girl for the 1990's. She talks about her childhood toys and dreams and the lack of gender equality in modern society (still a topical subject today!).

The interview was sourced and edited from a VHS recording off local station TV Fynboen. Except from a brief introduction in Swedish, the segment is in English with Danish subtitles.

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“Licence to Kill”: Danish TV special featuring Timothy Dalton, John Glen et.al. (1989)

On July 6th 1989, the day before the Danish theatrical release of EON Productions' 16th Bond film "Licence to Kill", TV 2 Denmark broadcast this 15 minute special called "Mit navn er Bond ... James Bond" (My name is Bond ... James Bond).

In the special, TV 2's Jes Dorph-Petersen interviews actors Timothy Dalton (James Bond 007), Robert Davi (Franz Sanchez), Talisa Soto (Lupe Lamora) and Desmond Llewelyn ('Q') as well as the film's director, John Glen.

The interviews are in English with Danish subtitles. Apologies for the inferior video quality (the clip was sourced off a VHS recording).

Watch the TV 2 station IDs for "Mit navn er Bond ... James Bond" (1989)

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Roger Moore in Copenhagen: Danish TV interview (TV 2 1995)

Today, 14 October 1927, marks Sir Roger Moore's 89th birthday.

In 1995, Roger Moore agreed to an interview for the children's show "Snurre Snups Søndagsklub" [Bugs Bunny's Sunday Club] on Danish TV 2 to mark UNICEF's international "Tune In To Kids Day".

The show's host, Bubber (Niels Christian Meyer), met Special UNICEF representative Roger Moore at Hotel D'Angleterre in Copenhagen. The interview was eventually broadcast as a show in its own right, titled "Roger - a gentleman", on 31.12.1995 (with a re-run on 1.1.1996).

In the show, Roger Moore talks about his many visits to the Danish capital of Copenhagen and his childhood in 1930's London. He also shares his thoughts on child rearing and the challenges of being a gentleman in our time and age.

The show is in English with Danish subtitles. Apologies for the poor image quality (the footage was sourced from a second-generation VHS recording).

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