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Product Details

  • Format: Multiple Formats, Box set, Color, Dubbed, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, French, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 22
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: MGM (Video & DVD)
  • DVD Release Date: September 25, 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,298 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B006U1JD5G
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #16,231 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

Special Features

No additional special features. All 22 Bond Films on DVD.

Editorial Reviews

Over the course of 22 films and six leading men, the James Bond series has defined the quintessential glamorized spy film. Exceedingly suave and debonair, Agent 007 never fails to stop the bad guy, while encountering a barrage of beautiful and seductive women along the way.

Customer Reviews

That's about all I can say.
Alex S
I'd much rather watch an hour of the actors talk about "being Bond" than sitting through all the openings.
B Huck
Blu ray quality and sound great packaging.
James Andrews

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

1,451 of 1,522 people found the following review helpful By Russell Kurtz on July 11, 2012
Format: Blu-ray
Since people are asking about which movies are included, I did some internet research. The list of movies is:
1. Dr. No*
2. From Russia with Love*
3. Goldfinger*
4. Thunderball*
5. You Only Live Twice
6. On Her Majesty's Secret Service
7. Diamonds Are Forever
8. Live and Let Die*
9. The Man with the Golden Gun*
10. The Spy Who Loved Me
11. Moonraker*
12. For Your Eyes Only*
13. Octopussy*
14. A View to a Kill
15. The Living Daylights
16. Licence to Kill*
17. Goldeneye
18. Tomorrow Never Dies
19. The World is Not Enough*
20. Die Another Day*
21. Casino Royale*
22. Quantum of Solace*

*Already available on Blu-Ray

Never Say Never Again is not included since it is not part of the "series," being produced independently. Likewise the David Niven spoof of Casino Royale. Also, there was a British TV version of Casino Royale that is not included.
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1,066 of 1,167 people found the following review helpful By nothingt5 VINE VOICE on October 17, 2012
Format: Blu-ray
Just some notes on the various blu-rays. This could have and should have been a perfect set, but it's not. MGM doesn't care..they know you'll buy anyway...

Dr. No - Overall nice quality blu-ray. Colors have been driven more towards naturalistic than originally done
From Russia With Love - Overall nice quality blu-ray. Colors have been driven more towards naturalistic than originally done

Goldfinger - The gold is gone. Why screw with the color? The scene where she's painted gold has lost its golden touch and has been moved towards a more natural color. Yes, she's gold, but the original scene had a golden tint all around

Thunderball - Some color changes and slight damage, DNR, fake grain

You Only Live Twice - Original colors are lost and it's largely brown.

On Her Majesty's Secret Service - Contrast boosted way too much. Also, original colors are lost and it's largely brown. Audio issues on both the mono (Muffled in spots) and remix.

Diamonds Are forever - Changes in color and lack of detail. Original colors are lost--it's lost its "glimmer" and is largely brown now. Desaturated. Also, the scene where a cigarette is put out in Bond's chest isn't supposed to show the ashtray until he stands up, as seen in the original theatrical prints--the scene is supposed to be much darker

Live and Let Die - Okay blu-ray
The Man with the Golden Gun - Okay blu-ray, colors off
The Spy Who Loved Me - Excellent blu-ray
Moonraker - slightly squeezed and window-boxed main title sequence, okay otherwise

For Your Eyes Only - Fine blu-ray

Octopussy - Excessive edge enhancement

A View to a Kill - Image is misframed/cropped. Also, during an earthquake scene, the image/camera was supposed to shake.
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63 of 67 people found the following review helpful By Steve Douglas TOP 1000 REVIEWER on January 10, 2013
Format: Blu-ray
So many have provided their opinions regarding acting, plot, and storylines that I won't bother. This review is only focused on the quality of the transfers to this Blu Ray collection only. So far, I have watched in order the first half of the set which means all the films up to and including 'For Your Eyes Only'.
Dr. No - Good color; lossless audio or mono but no use of surround system
From Russia With Love - Overall good color; lossless audio or mono but no use of surround system
Goldfinger - Good color; lossless audio or mono but no use of surround system
Thunderball - Good color; lossless audio or mono but no use of surround system
You Only Live Twice -Good color; lossless audio or mono but almost no use of surround system except some panning which is rare
On Her Majesty's Secret Service - Good color; lossless audio or mono but no use of surround system except some panning across the front stage.
Diamonds Are forever - Good video transfer but very disappointed in the lack of discreet channel usage
Live and Let Die - Same as the above
The Man with the Golden Gun - Same as the above
The Spy Who Loved Me -excellent color transfer but little use of your surround
Moonraker - The same as The Spy Who Loved Me

The video transfers for almost all these early films are quite nice with no real crawling grain, no artifacting or stair stepping. On a couple of the Sean Connery films, there were, clear to be seen, dirt on the transfer in the form of what looked like lint. It only lasted for a couple of seconds however. Also, on one of the 'Extras' if you clicked on a extremely short shot of the 'Scuba Duck' it come up as the short of the 'rappeling gun' and visa versa. Clearly an error.
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378 of 432 people found the following review helpful By Austin Reader on September 25, 2012
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
Received, today. Pre-purchased on Amazon.

There is no point in reviewing the films. You either like them or you don't. You know what they are. The films, together, have 120 hours of special features, so there is enough here to take a couple of weeks of essentially non-stop viewing (with sleep, of course). Most has been released before. There is a bonus disc of new content. As others have said, the non-franchise films are not included and there is no reason to have expected them.

I like the packaging. The discs are divided in two hard-back books, with stills from the films on the opposing pages. There are two discs per page, one disc per film, with a picture of a relevant "Bond Girl" next to the release date beside each disc. The two books are slip-cased. It is a classy looking and sturdy package.

I have no trouble removing them from the pages, and have yet to have to touch the surface. None of the ones I received had any fingerprints on them, so I have no idea what the other reviewer is speaking of.
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Robe Moore was by far my favorite and loved all the films he was in!
Feb 10, 2013 by George |  See all 2 posts
I just can't buy roger moore's movies
I guess I'm just a nut, but I liked Roger Moore mainly for the humor he brought to the series. The quality of the movies compared to the digital age today is somewhat common from that era ( I was a teenager in the 70's). Roger Moore fit the times! By the way, I love Live & Let Die
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