The 16th James Bond film from EON Productions, "Licence to Kill", was released in Danish cinemas on July 7, 1989.
United International Pictures' Danish poster campaign used the UK one-sheet artwork designed by Robin Behling although Timothy Dalton's Bond was given a white shirt and tux as in the German poster campaign. For unknown reasons, the image of Bond on the Danish poster was flipped, making him left-handed. The tagline reads: "James Bond on his biggest assignment ever ... and this time it's personal!"
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".
The 13th James Bond 007 film from EON Productions, "Octopussy" (1983), was released in Danish cinemas on August 15, 1983.
United International Pictures based the Danish theatrical campaign on artwork made by Dan Goozee and Renato Casaro for the UK quad poster.
The original tagline, "James Bond's all time high ...", was translated into "Nobody does it better - now for the 13th time ..."
The 12th James Bond film from EON Productions, "For Your Eyes Only", was released in Danish cinemas on August 12, 1981.
United Artists in Denmark produced this theatrical poster based on Brian Bysouth's artwork for the British poster campaign.
The tagline reads: "ENTERTAINMENT FOR BILLIONS ... for excitement ... for fun ... for you ..."
The original Danish theatrical poster for "The Man with the Golden Gun" (EON 1974) was based on the film's international poster campaign with artwork by Robert McGinnis.
The tagline reads: "AGENT 007 - for the ninth time", thus discounting Columbia's "Casino Royale" (1967). Note that the name Christopher Lee is misspelled on the release poster: