The movie world's best-loved secret agent James Bond is now on Blu-ray with a collection of nine of his best films. Pick up these packages to deepen your appreciation for this strong film series.
Dr. No directed by Terence Young:
James Bond (played by Sean Connery) investigates the disappearance of a fellow agent in Jamaica. His work is stalled by the goons of the bad guy and they end up capturing him. While being held prisoner at the bad guy's lair he finds out what he is up to. Bond has to stop Dr. No (played by Joseph Wiseman), escape and find his fellow agent before he can wrap up the case and get back to the beautiful women of the island.
Die Another Day directed by Lee Tamahori:
Bond (played by Pierce Brosnan) is given his last assignment and unfortunately he is captured while on it. After being held hostage in North Korea for many months he is set free in trade for Zao (played by Rick Yune), who M16 had captured. Once free Bond vows to recapture Zao. Working with American Agent Jinx (played by Halle Berry), Bond has to figure out who betrayed him.
Live and Let Die directed by Guy Hamilton:
After several British agents are killed Bond is sent to New York to look into their deaths. The trail leads to a character named Mr. Big, who produces his own heroin. There is a link between Mr. Big (played by Yaphet Kotto) and Dr. Kananga (played by Yaphet Kotto) and Bond has to figure it out.
For Your Eyes Only directed by John Glen:
The latest assignment for James Bond (played by Roger Moore) is to locate a British communication device that was lost when the ship it was on sunk. Bond has to be quick about it as the Russians are also looking for it.
From Russian With Love directed by Terence Young:
James Bond (played by Sean Connery) finds himself in the middle of an assassination plot while on a search for a Russian decoding machine called Lektor. He has to find this machine before SPHECTRE, the evil organization, gets their hands on it. The way to get the machine is through a defecting Russian agent.
Thunderball directed by Terence Young:
James Bond has to travel to the Bahamas to try to recover two stolen warheads. The evil organization SPECTRE has them and is holding the world prisoner. Bond has to act fast to save millions of people.
Goldfinger directed by Guy Hamilton:
James Bond's (played by Sean Connery) latest assignment brings him to Fort Knox. Auric Gold finger (played by Gert Frobe) and his men are planning to rob Fort Knox. If they succeed the entire world economy will go down the toilet. To foil this plan Bond must become friends with Goldfinger and try to avoid the temptation of Pussy Galore (played by Honor Blackman).
Moonraker directed by Lewis Gilbert:
A spaceship named the Moonraker traveling through space is hi-jacked. James Bond (played by Roger Moore) is called in to try and figure out who is behind it. First he turns to Drax Industries and its CEO, Hugo Drax (played by Michael Lonsdale). Then he meets Dr. Holly Goodhead (played by Lois Chiles), a CIA operative and NASA astronaut, who is also investigating Drax on behalf of the U.S. government. Drax is up to something and it is up to Bond and Goodhead to stop him.
The World is Not Enough directed by Michael Apted:
An oil tycoon is murdered and James Bond (played by Pierce Brosnan) is sent in to protect his daughter, Elektra (played by Sophie Marceau). Renard (played by Robert Carlyle), a criminal who has a bullet lodged in his brain from a previous agent, is plotting the destruction of a pipeline. Research scientist Dr. Christmas Jones (played by Denise Richards) joins in to help Bond.
Special Features: Top Level Access 007: License to Restore, Declassified: M16 Vault, Premiere Bond, 007 Mission Control, Inside Dr. No, Terence Young: Bond Vivant, Dr. No 1963 Featurette, Ministry of Propaganda, Shaken and Stirred, Just Another Day, The British Touch: Bond Arrives in London, On Location with Peter Lamont, M16 DataStream, Madonna's "Die Another Day" Music Video, Roger Moore as James Bond, Live and Let Die Conceptual Art, Inside Live and Let Die, On Set with Roger Moore, Bond in Greece, Bond in Cortina, Neptune's Journal, Animated Storyboard Sequences, Sheena Easton's "For Your Eyes Only" Music Video, Ian Fleming and Raymond Chandler, Ian Fleming on Desert Island Discs, Inside From Russia With Love, Harry Saltzman: Showman, A Child's Guide to Blowing Up a Motor Car, Bill Suitor: The Rocket Man Movies, Thunderball Boat Show Reel, The Making of Thunderball, Selling Bond – Original 1965 Television Advertisements, Radio Interviews with Sean Connery, The Making of Goldfinger, The World of Goldfinger, Screen Tests, Interview with Honor Blackman, Bond's Aston Martin, and The Secret History of Thunderball