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--Exotic Locations (1.66:1/high definition) -- Bond girl Maud Adams narrates this sequence that highlights the exotic locales featured in FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE. Playing like a travelogue, she offers some interesting trivia on the various locations and anecdotes on how they relate to the film.
*Inside FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE (1.78:1/high definition) -- Making-of featurette.
*Harry Saltzman: Showman -- This is a bio on 007 co-producer Harry Saltzman.
--Theatrical Archive (4:3/standard definition) -- Original theatrical trailers for FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE:
*Original Theatrical Trailer -- S.P.E.C.T.R.E.
*Bond: Back to Back
*The Biggest Bond Sale Ever
*TV Broadcasts (4:3/standard definition) -- Original TV spots
*Sean Connery is Bond
*Bond All Over
*More Thrills Per Minute
--Radio Communication -- The original radio spots for From Russia with Love
*Fantastic Bond Sale
*Famous Named Villains
*Sean Connery Is...
--Image Database -- Dozens of stills from the production and promotion of FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE
THUNDERBALL Special Features Include:
*By editor Peter Hunt, screenwriter John Hopkins and others
*Director Terrence Young and others
--The Incredible World of James Bond (4:3/standard definition) -- This 1965 NBC television special profiles the fictional character and his creator, Ian Fleming.
--A Child's Guide to Blowing Up a Motor Car -- 1965 Ford Promotional Film (4:3/standard definition) -- This tongue-in-cheek promotional video from Ford purports to follow a man and his young son as they go to the production set of THUNDERBALL with some behind-the-scenes footage of the film.
--On Location with Ken Adam (4:3/standard definition) -- THUNDERBALL's production designer narrates this featurette, offering archival footage of the production crew location scouting for the film and designing the sets for THUNDERBALL.
--Bill Suitor: The Rocket Man Movies (4:3/standard definition) -- Featurette details the jetpack that was used in the film, which was an actual working model and the stunt man who was used to double for Sean Connery.
--THUNDERBALL Boat Show Reel (2.35:1/standard definition) -- This film features footage from THUNDERBALL's underwater sequences and was used as promotional material during boat shows.
--Selling Bonds (4:3/standard definition) -- Original 1965 TV commercials advertising 007 merchandise
--Credits -- credits for the Declassified: MI6 supplements
--007 Mission Control -- This offers direct access to selected scenes from the film featuring its many characters, divided into the categories 007, Women, Allies, Villains.
--Mission Combat Manual -- A selection of scenes featuring the film's action sequences
--Q Branch -- This offers a selection of scenes featuring 007's various gadgets
--Exotic Locations (2.35:1/high definition) -- Classic "Bond girl" Maud Adams narrates and offers trivia on the films various locales as scenes from the film meander by.
--The Making of THUNDERBALL (1.78:1/high definition) -- Making-of featurette is narrated in a BBC-like documentary style and offers an informative, in depth look at the evolution and production of THUNDERBALL.
--The THUNDERBALL Phenomenon (1.78:1/high definition) -- A look at the worldwide commercial phenomenon of 007 that was heralded by the 1965 release of THUNDERBALL.
--The Secret History of THUNDERBALL (2.35:1/high definition) -- This feature shows the different versions of THUNDERBALL that have played in the theatres and made it to home video over the years. Among the differences are differing dialogue and the underwater sequences which have up until now only ever been available on home video without the underlying musical score.
--Theatrical Archive (4:3/standard definition) -- Original theatrical trailers
--TV Broadcasts (4:3/standard definition) -- Original TV spots
--Image Database -- Dozens of portraits and production stills from the making of THUNDERBALL
FOR YOUR EYES ONLY Special Features Include:
--Commentary by Sir Roger Moore
--Commentary by Michael G. Wilson and crew
--Commentary by director John Glen and members of the cast