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 seventh cassette in the series was "Diamonds are Forever" (EON 1971):
Scan courtesy of Jan Mouritzen.
"Diamonds are Forever" (EON 1971) was among the first James Bond 007 films to be released on home video in Denmark in 1983. The front cover for the rental VHS issued by Metronome Video was based on Robert McGinnis' artwork for the original theatrical poster.
The back cover blurb includes the little-known fact that Bond girl Jill St. John's race-car driving ex-husband Lawrence "Lance" Reventlow was of noble Danish-German heritage (although he assumed the title of count and not baron as stated in the text).
Scan courtesy of Hans-Jørn Reimer.
In December 1971, the Danish branch of United Artists released this 16-page souvenir programme in A6 format to mark the Danish cinema release of "Diamonds are Forever" (EON Productions 1971). The programme was distributed for free in selected cinemas during the film's theatrical run in Denmark.
Oddly enough, United Artists' publicity department neglects to mention Bond girl Jill St. John's former marriage to Danish-American nobleman Lance Reventlow.
If anyone owns a copy of this programme without perforations, James Bond•O•Rama.dk would love to receive a hi-res scan.