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  • On Her Majesty's Secret Service Movie Poster

    James Bond: On Her Majesty’s Secret Service


    “Far Up…Far Out…Far More..”

    A US window card from the first year of release 1969 for George Lazenby‘s one & only appearance as Ian Fleming’s super spy James Bond in “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service”A magnificent James Bond poster with bold vibrant colours and a combination of intricate and detailed all-action artwork from regular Bond illustrators Frank McCarthy and Robert McGinnis, make for particularly fine and memorable poster that is immediately recognisable as a Bond film. The window card format is particularly scarce with far fewer printed than the regular one-sheets and due to its smaller size is perfect for display. Presented unrestored in original unfolded (as issued) condition this rare example demonstrates some light handling and age wear and displays to impressive effect and represents a fantastic piece of collectable James Bond cinematic memorabilia from one of the most respected entries in this long running franchise.

    Trivia: George Lazenby suggested a scene where Bond skis off a cliff and opens a parachute. This was scrapped, as the filmmakers lacked the resources to pull it off. It was used as the opening for The Spy Who Loved Me (1977).


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