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On Her Majesty's Secret Service - Zavvi Exclusive Limited Edition Steelbook On Her Majesty's Secret Service - Zavvi Exclusive Limited Edition Steelbook On Her Majesty's Secret Service - Zavvi Exclusive Limited Edition Steelbook On Her Majesty's Secret Service - Zavvi Exclusive Limited Edition Steelbook
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    Zavvi Exclusive Steelbook - Limited to 2000 copies

    George Lazenby takes on the role of James Bond with supreme confidence in On Her Majesty’s Secret Service. Going undercover in the treacherous Swiss Alps, Bond seduces beautiful Tracy di Vicenzo. Bond must then hunt down SPECTRE kingpin Blofeld (Telly Savalas), the evil genius hatching a germ warfare plot that could kill millions. This limited edition SteelBook™ features artwork inspired by the film’s iconic opening title sequence.

  • Product Details
    Franchise:
    James Bond
    Certificate:
    PG
    Actor:
    Telly Savalas
    Director:
    Peter R. Hunt
    Region:
    B
    Number of Discs:
    1
    Run Time:
    142 mins approx.
    studio:
    20th Century Fox
    TheatricalReleaseYear:
    1969
    Series:
    James Bond

On Her Majesty's Secret Service - Zavvi Exclusive Limited Edition Steelbook

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  • Description

    Zavvi Exclusive Steelbook - Limited to 2000 copies

    George Lazenby takes on the role of James Bond with supreme confidence in On Her Majesty’s Secret Service. Going undercover in the treacherous Swiss Alps, Bond seduces beautiful Tracy di Vicenzo. Bond must then hunt down SPECTRE kingpin Blofeld (Telly Savalas), the evil genius hatching a germ warfare plot that could kill millions. This limited edition SteelBook™ features artwork inspired by the film’s iconic opening title sequence.

  • Product Details
    Franchise:
    James Bond
    Certificate:
    PG
    Actor:
    Telly Savalas
    Director:
    Peter R. Hunt
    Region:
    B
    Number of Discs:
    1
    Run Time:
    142 mins approx.
    studio:
    20th Century Fox
    TheatricalReleaseYear:
    1969
    Series:
    James Bond

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Best Bond Film Ever

Easily the greatest of all the Bond films. Sticks closely to the original Fleming novel (his best) and the cast is superb from Telly Savalas to Diana Rigg to George Lazenby, the most criminally underrated Bond actor there is. Yes, he was inexperienced but in this film, having a deeply personal subplot, that is an advantage as his naïveté allows him to bring out aspects of Bond's character that Connery would never have dared and the film is all the better for it. Connery was totally bored with the role by this point and having him as 007 would have ruined this, the most perfect Bond film of them all. Great action sequences and the best musical score also make this my favourite 007 film.

brilliant

great movie one of the best and now steel book hope they do all of them

This never happened to the other fella

This review comes from Australia, the same country as the new, first and only time Bond of this adventure - George Lazenby. What's a fella going to do when he tries to take over the mantel and imitate the inimitable Sean Connery? He tries his best despite having no prior acting experience! And he does a good job - no wonder OHMSS is considered one of the best James Bond movies. There are reasons for this - a great story, great music, great action (the ski chases in particular), some great lines and cast. This all says something about the Director and Peter Hunt deserves full marks for his first directing role. But don't just take my word for it, watch the movie or buy The Making of OHMSS. It's easy to overlook that this movie came about at the end of the sixties and all that swinging. So if ever Bond was in danger, it was having a suited hero at a time of flares and miniskirts, beards and beads. Yet that is the thing about OHMSS, it is essentially timeless as it bridges the gap between Connery's Bond of the early sixties and the Bond to come, Moore in the seventies. Already the costumes look like the beginning of the generation fashion forgot - all that purple. Meanwhile Lazenby gets away with all kinds of things like wearing a kilt and taking on Sir Hiliary Bray's accent for most of the movie (obviously the Aussie Lazenby grated on some listeners). But there is plenty to fill the time and of course there is power in its ending that not only left Lazenby initially crying but also many moviegoers. Certainly it was the last time Lazenby was crying all the way to the bank. So that's the movie, what about the presentation? The steelbook radiates OHMSS in all its glory. The steelbook is simple but classy (even if it has the silhouettes of naked women), its British and its Bond and comes with a code (which didn't work for me) that allowed for access to some Spectre extra features before the next movie enters the series (watch out for OHMSS parallels such as the snow and music). The steelbook was well-packed so that it even managed to arrive at George's home country across the seas in pristine order (Q would be pleased). With only 2,000 steelbooks available, you can't really go wrong with this addition to your collection or just to have the ability to watch OHMSS in HD! After all, we have all the time in the world!

Brilliant secret service

OHMSS never looked better than on blu ray. Great transfer of this classic bond movie with all the usual array of extras. Very nice can with artwork taken from the opening titles. Brilliant.

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Brilliant steelbook packaging, for one of the very best Bond films. Really hope they release the rest of the series in this style. The film itself looks absolutely beautiful on Blu-Ray - the sharp images, fine detail - you honestly can see the pores in George Lazenby's skin - and brilliant colour all dazzle and make the film itself all the more impressive. Meanwhile Peter Hunt's direction is first rate, the action scenes are on another level even by the standards of this series, and one of Fleming's finest novels is brilliantly realised onscreen. Lazenby's smooth-but-sensitive Bond is wonderful, and sorely underrated in the lazy received wisdom of tiresome bar-room bores the world over. Diana Rigg makes for one of the most textured and compelling female characters the series has ever seen. Telly Savalas... well, anyway. And then there's John Barry's score, and Louis Armstrong's song, and oh, that perfect final scene. An essential purchase.

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