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For $60, You Can Get The Entire James Bond Collection On Blu-Ray.


In 1962, “Dr. No” was released, starring a young Sean Connery in the soon-to-be-iconic role of James Bond. After nearly 60 years – and seven Bonds – “No Time to Die” is the 25th film in the Bond saga and Daniel Craig’s final performance as 007.

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So, why not reacquaint yourself with Ian Fleming’s world with this massive James Bond Collection on Blu-ray? With all 24 digitally remastered films in stunning 4K, this Blu-ray box set breathes new life into the classic spy series, including every film in the James Bond franchise (except the critically panned “Never Say Never Again”). Everything from “Dr. No” to “Spectre” is here and ready to take your breath away.I recommend starting with the Pierce Brosnan classic “Goldeneye” before moving on to “Spectre” – heck, give George Lazenby another chance with “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service.”


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