Cubby Broccoli

Anniversary of Cubby Broccoli’s death [1996]

June 27th, 2018 by

Albert “Cubby” Broccoli, who co-founded Eon Productions with partner Harry Saltzman to make Dr No and went on to produce the long-running James Bond film series, died on 27th June 1996. Photo: Public domain

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Birthday of James Bond producer Cubby Broccoli [1909]

April 5th, 2018 by

Cubby Broccoli, who with Harry Saltzman brought 007 to the big screen and remained involved with the James Bond movies until Licence To Kill, was born in New York City on 5th April 1909. Photo: Public Domain

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Review: Everything Or Nothing, The Untold Story of 007

November 14th, 2012 by

On Sunday night I was lucky enough to see the new documentary “Everything Or Nothing”, commissioned as part of the celebrations for the fifthieth anniversary of cinematic James Bond. While it received a cinema release in the UK, albeit on a limited number of screens, and was shown on cable in the US I had […]

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Cubby Broccoli: 50 years of 007 on the big screen

October 3rd, 2012 by

Earlier this week we took a look at the life of Harry Saltzman, who was one of the principal driving forces behind putting James Bond on the big screen. In this article we look at his partner, Cubby Broccoli, with whom he formed Eon Productions and Danjaq. Albert “Cubby” Broccoli was born on Long Island […]

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The Inside Story Of Bond [007.com]

January 16th, 2012 by

Legendary Bond producer Cubby Broccoli’s original hardback 1998 autobiography (published as “When The Snow Melts”) has been updated as an eBook edition by EON Productions and features new introductions by Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli as well as a selection of rarely seen images. EON Productions will donate all of the income from the […]

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Licence to Kill soundtrack

February 10th, 2011 by

The sixteenth Bond film was to be, in many ways, a watershed in the long running franchise.  Not only did it mark the end of Timothy Dalton’s brief tenure as 007 but it also marked the last contributions of actor Robert Brown (M), title designer Maurice Binder, producer Cubby Broccoli and director John Glen. Licence […]

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The Spy Who Loved Me soundtrack

July 25th, 2010 by

By the time the next instalment of the James Bond series was due to be released, much had changed. Despite the relative success of Live and Let Die and The Man With The Golden Gun, 007 was in danger of being overtaken by new, spectacular summer blockbuster films including cinema’s latest phenomenon: Star Wars. With […]

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The Man With The Golden Gun soundtrack

June 30th, 2010 by

After the success of Roger Moore’s debut as James Bond in Live and Let Die, the English actor returned in 1974 to film the ninth instalment of the 007 series, The Man With The Golden Gun.  Based on Fleming’s novel – the last written before his death in 1964 – Bond heads to Asia to […]

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The Bond 23 delay: Why EON is tied to MGM

May 12th, 2010 by

With MGM currently in talks to try and save the studio somehow many Bond fans are wondering why EON Productions needs MGM to make another bond film

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Diamonds Are Forever soundtrack

April 27th, 2010 by

James Bond producers Harry Saltzmann and Cubby Broccoli decided to change direction for the seventh movie in the series, Diamonds Are Forever.

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