Category: Collectables

“The Spy Who Loved Me”: First Danish retail VHS (1989)

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 tenth cassette in the series was "The Spy Who Loved Me (EON 1977):

Scan courtesy of Jan Mouritzen.

“No Time to Die”: New Danish main poster (2020)

Yesterday, Thursday November 12th 2020, "No Time to Die" was supposed to have premiered in Danish cinemas, as appears from this main poster issued by local distributor SF Studios on September 1, 2020.

The release of the 25th James Bond film from EON Productions had already been postponed twice due to the COVID-19 pandemic, from November 2019 to February 2020 and then to April 2020. At the time of writing the final release date is still not known.

Photography: Greg Williams.

“The Man with the Golden Gun”: First Danish retail VHS (1989)

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 ninth cassette in the series was "The Man with the Golden Gun" (EON 1974):

Tak til Jan Mouritzen.

“Live and Let Die”: First Danish retail VHS (1989)

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.

“Tomorrow Never Dies”: Danish release poster (1997)

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.

● Danish teaser poster for "Tomorrow Never Dies"

Scan courtesy of movieposter.dk.