A must for all James Bond Enthusiasts
The James Bond films are famous for their exotic locations, matching and even surpassing the settings of Ian Fleming’s original novels.
But all is not what it seems!
The explosive climax of From Russia with Love – the Adriatic coast or Argyll?
The gold-obsessed villain’s factory in Goldfinger – Switzerland or Buckinghamshire?
Max Zorin’s mine in A View to a Kill – California or West Sussex?
The U.S. air base in Tomorrow Never Dies – the South China Sea or Suffolk?
The oil pipeline in The World Is Not Enough – Azerbaijan or Snowdonia?
The hovercraft chase in Die Another Day – North Korea or Oxfordshire?
The chase around the airport in Casino Royale – Miami or Surrey?
Those snowy scenes in Quantum of Solace – Tatarstan or Hampshire?
J. P. Sperati’s intensively researched and lavishly illustrated book is the perfect guide to the British locations of all the official James Bond movies, from Doctor No to SkyFall – including the sound stage built for The Spy Who Loved Me at Pinewood, and the entire studio built for GoldenEye. Complete with historical information and many rare photographs.