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MAGAZINE & Archive Limited

8949 Wilshire Boulevard

Beverly Hills, California 90211

United States

Company Description

The official website of 007 MAGAZINE and 007 MAGAZINE ARCHIVE FILES, the world’s foremost printed publications relating to the James Bond phenomenon for over 30 years. ... more

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JAMES BOND 007 MAGAZINE | Skyfall NEWS [cached]

Winner - Best Effects, Special Visual Effects (John Stears)

007 MAGAZINE | Graham Rye Biography [cached]

Celebrity guests at the 1990 JBIFC convention included: Desmond ('Q') Llewelyn, credit title designer Maurice Binder, ex-Bond girls Mollie Peters and Carole Ashby, production designers Syd Cain and Peter Lamont, and Oscar-winning special effects technician John Stears.

Manufactured in 1963, the vehicle was ... [cached]

Manufactured in 1963, the vehicle was enshrined in our memories with the help of Oscar-winning special effects artist John Stears.

Ejector seat, homing beacon, machine ... [cached]

Ejector seat, homing beacon, machine guns, a rear bulletproof shield, rotating license plates, oil slick spreader, tire-shredding knockoffs - all of the gizmos devised by John Stears, the Oscar-winning special effects expert, are here, though, sadly, Q is no longer available to give lessons in their proper use.

JAMES BOND 007 MAGAZINE - Press Release [cached]

The Oddjob bowler sold by CHRISTIE'S was a special effects hat created by Oscar-winning SFX technician (the late) John Stears and his team for use in the production Goldfinger, and remains the only surviving Oddjob hat with an authentic link to the film, and was featured in recent years as a 'star' attraction in EON Productions' 'Bond, James Bond' exhibition at the Science Museum in London, and The Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan.

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