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The James Bond Collection, Volume 2

4.4 out of 5 stars 112 customer reviews

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Editorial Reviews

The second grab bag of 007 adventures features three Bonds in five films, including the legendary movie that started it all. In 1962 Sean Connery defined the cinematic James Bond as a tough, charming, and thoroughly professional cold war spy with a license to kill in the lean, hard-edged Dr. No. With Ursula Andress (as the original Bond girl Honey Ryder, who makes her entrance in a bikini), Bond battles a renegade supervillain with little more than his wits, his cunning, and his Walther PPK (this was before Q armed him with the coolest toys a superspy ever had). George Lazenby, a handsome Australian model with a self-effacing confidence, made his first and only appearance as James Bond in the underrated On Her Majesty's Secret Service, a witty and action-packed adventure that makes 007 history when Bond marries the girl (the lovely and talented Diana Rigg, fresh from her duties as the butt-kicking spy on the TV series The Avengers). Roger Moore brought a light tone and a suave assurance to the series as the third Bond, and the set features three of his seven appearances. In The Man with the Golden Gun, he battles million-dollar assassin Christopher Lee, one of Bond's most magnetic adversaries. The Spy Who Loved Me, perhaps Moore's finest hour, is a return to the extravagant set pieces and cold war thrills of Connery's pictures and introduces Richard Kiel's steel-dentured Jaws to the series. Jaws returns as a comic figure in Moonraker, a misguided sci-fi entry that takes Bond to space for a physically impressive but dramatically lackluster adventure. More of a mixed bag than the initial seven-film James Bond Gift Set, this set is aimed at the Bond completist rather than the general fan. The DVD editions of the films each feature audio commentary by the director and key members of the crew, "making of" documentaries, and a host of stills, TV spots, and trailers. --Sean Axmaker

Additional Features

This boxed set includes the films Dr. No, The Man with the Golden Gun, Moonraker, The Spy Who Loved Me, and On Her Majesty's Secret Service.

Special Features

  • The James Bond Giftset #2 Includes the Following (see individual title listings for complete details):
  • Dr. No: Special Edition (1962, Anamorphic 1.78:1, English Dolby Digital Mono & Spanish Dolby Digital Mono, 110 min.), The Man With The Golden Gun: Special Edition (1974, Anamorphic 1.66:1, English Dolby Digital Mono, 125 min.), Moonraker: Special Edition (1979, Anamorphic 2.35:1, English Dolby Digital 5.1 & French Dolby Digital Surround, 126 min.), On Her Majesty's Secret Service: Special Edition (1969, Anamorphic 2.35:1, English Dolby Digital Mono, 140 min.) and The Spy Who Loved Me: Special Edition (1977, Anamorphic 2.35:1, English Dolby Digital 5.1, 125 min.)
  • Collectible Making-Of Booklets
  • Making-Of Documentaries
  • Exciting Still Galleries, Original TV Ads and Radio Spots

Product Details

  • Actors: Sean Connery, Roger Moore, George Lazenby
  • Format: Anamorphic, Box set, Color, NTSC
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 6
  • Rated: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: MGM (Video & DVD)
  • DVD Release Date: May 16, 2000
  • Run Time: 628 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (112 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00004RG67
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #141,742 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "The James Bond Collection, Volume 2" on IMDb

Customer Reviews

Top Customer Reviews

Format: DVD
Contrary to a previous post, The World is Not Enough will not be included in the 3rd gift set. Rather, this 2nd gift set will include an empty space for The World is Not Enough DVD, which will only be sold seperately.
An explanation: In sales numbers, studios can't count units sold in sets (in this case, The World is Not Enough) as sales. So, in order to keep the sales numbers for TWINE as high possible, it will only be available seperately, and not as part of any set.
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James Bond once again returns to the DVD format in some of his best movies. This collection will finish out all of the introduction of the Bond actors. I was amazed at the first wave of James BondDVD's, and am anxious to see this wave of 007 on DVD. Personally, I think DVD enhances the movie for the modern era. If you ever watch the old Bond's on VHS, you can tell how old the movie is. With DVD, you will only be able to appreciate the beauty of the movie, as it was first presented in the theater.
Icluded in this collection #2 is my all time favorite "On Her Majesty's Secret Serivce." Followed by that is "Dr. No," "Moonraker," "The Man With The Golden Gun," and finally "The Spy Who Loved Me." Also what is included in the collection is most of Roger Moore's productions of Bond. I thought Roger Moore did an excellent job as Bond, as though he was skeptical in "Live and Let Die." I think that the reviewer below is right about "The World Is Not Enough." I think there will be a slot for "The World Is Not Enough" for you to place once you order it. It makes sense though. Why would MGM release all of the Bond movies on DVD at the time of "The World Is Not Enough" release and not a spot to put "TWINE?"
The DVD extras will be neat to watch and you are able to learn more about the movie. Along with the documentaries, you have the audio commentary tracks available on all of the Bond DVD's. If they are anything like the original giftset, which I think they will, James Bond fans like myself are in for a real treat.
This is a must for Bond fans who are looking to complete their 007 DVD collection. This is a special gift set for the Bond collector and enthusiast.
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For those that purchased one of the box sets the first time they were issued, beware: MGM didn't re-release them. They conveniently shuffled the discs around so that if you bought Volume 1 of the old edition, buying volumes 2 and 3 of this edition will leave you missing some movies, and with duplicates of thunderball, live and let die and for your eyes only. Overall, the movies are great and have some good special features which are worth checking out. Just be warned that these new sets don't match up with the previously released ones.
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For any James Bond fan. If this superb collection of James Bond DVDs weren't enough for you; there is good news coming your way. SONY and MGM are planning to re-release all twenty(20) of the James Bond Movies to DVD in (what they're calling) The James Bond Ultimate Edition DVD Collection. Straight official article from Here is the link:


These new Ultimate Edition DVDS are due in Q32006 coinciding with the release of Casino Royale (21st James Bond Film). These DVD releases are gonna be one of the top DVD projects of 2006!

Picture Quality? They are using Imagica Machines; which are ultra-sophisticated digital film-scanners. One frame every four seconds, which is how long it takes Imagica to scan across the frame 4,000 times. The Imagica they are using creates digital replicas of the frame consisting 4,000 horizontal lines of data. The process is called 4K scanning. It's gonna look sharper than ever; believe it.

Sound Quality? The Company Mi Casa has chosen the brand new Bryston SP 1.7 multichannel preamplifirer/processors for to use in the James Bond remastering project. Although you'll be able to switch back to the original traditional mono sound track if you desire.

Extra special features? Brand New Documentaries and new special bonus material; plus cast and crew intervies from the past 42 years. Including rare and previously seen footage from the productions. Also newly added, Roger Moore has just recorded his commentary tracks for his seven bond films.

I just can't wait. Sean Connery, George Lazenby, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton and Pierce Brosnan (my favorite Bond) coming back to DVD in the best action spy adventures; the best collection yet.

So they're out next year in 2006. Probably October, with the release of Casino Royale who'll once again being directed by Martin Campbell (GoldenEye). Theatrical Release Date October 19th, 2006.
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MGM has been doing a fantastic job with the Bond DVDs. The previous set has gotten fantastic reviews from every DVD review site and they were. Great video, great audio and the extras are always interesting. Documentaries, mutiple audio commentaries, ads, and trailers. As for the movies: Dr. No - The first, and very entertaining. Not to mention it takes place in one of my favorite places, Jamaica; On Her Majesty's Secret Service - One of the best Bond movies, Lazenby does a good job. Handles the emotional impact of the end that I think Connery couldn't; The Man With The Golden Gun - Good, definitely not great. And Goodnight is such an annoying ditz; The Spy Who Loved Me - Another great one, has a great henchman Jaws, Bond girl Anya (Agent XXX, yeah, I know...); Moonraker - Blatant TSLWM ripoff to capitilize on Star Wars but still good.
If you like Bond, don't miss out on this great bargain!
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