Taschen have announced the release of a new 492 page book, James Bond. Dr. No, a complete account of the making of the first 007 film.
An ultimate companion-piece to the 1962 film, the book features insight from producers Cubby Broccoli, Harry Saltzman, director Terence Young and art director Ken Adam.
Readers can follow the production of the film through a day-by-day account of what took place, which scenes were shot and who made the decisions that shaped the story and characters as it was filmed.
Among the 1,007 images included, are rare and unseen shots from photographers Bert Cann, Bunny Yaeger and Bradley Smith, as well as memos, documents, posters, and production designs.
James Bond. Dr. No is written by film historian and author of the James Bond Archives, Paul Duncan and edited by EON Productions. Available in a Collector’s Edition, limited to 1,462 copies, and two numbered Art Editions of 1-500, each accompanied by a framed ChromaLuxe print by Bert Cann.
Pre-order now at 007Store.com.