Eon Productions site:
This is where you read all the nice EON news...
James Bond Fan Club:
biggest Bond fan club...
Shatterhand's Botanical Garden:
By Stuart Basinger. My new favorite Bond
site. It displays every Bond paperback by Signet, which I collected as a kid (Bantam
had the coolest covers, though. They were like movie posters. If he finds all
those covers I'll die happy). Great name, too.
Art of James Bond:
Movie posters; paperbacks, Playboy illustrations
-- a beautiful site.
The "Espionage Notebook." Awesome database, still growing.
A site devoted completely to George Lazenby. In the words of the webmasters: "He
WASN'T in the first....& he WASN'T in the most successful....& he DIDN'T appear
in the most....but he WAS the BEST....and he WAS in the BEST!!!"
Rare video, image, and sound files collected from all over the
Web. One of the most popular Bond sites on the Web. Just remember - you can spend
$50 in phone bills trying to download movie scenes on your computer, or just buy
the whole stinking video for twenty. Keep your head!
Christopher Valentine's site can get you just about anywhere
you want to go in the Bond universe.
Another nicely-designed site. Ever-changing, ever-growing...
ever made in a James Bond film. Factual errors, bloopers, technical foul-ups and
logic breakers (I wonder if they count casting Lazenby).
Okay, it's not Bond, but the Saint is out of the same literary
tradition - in fact without this character and Bulldog Drummond, there might not
be a James Bond today. A great site - with slick graphics and lots of information.
Now that interest is picking up again in Simon Templar, maybe fans will start
to appreciate the original literary character - not the guy in the dorky Val Kilmer
Matt Helm - the Unofficial
Books only. Dean Martin fans need not read any further.