John Barry’s score for The Ipcress File on sale from SAE

John Barry’s score for The Ipcress File is available for sale on the Web site of Screen Archives Entertainment.

Barry was one of several crew members of James Bond movies hired by producer Harry Saltzman, Albert R. Broccoli’s partner in making the 007 films, to work on Ipcress. Others included production designer Ken Adam, art director Peter Murton and editor Peter Hunt.

The 1965 film and its two sequels, Funeral in Berlin and Billion Dollar brain, were based on novels by Len Deighton, who also was involved for a time in scripting From Russia With Love. Michael Caine starred as Harry Palmer (whose character was unnamed in the books), a sort of anti-Bond. All three films in the series had some Bond crew members on them. Barry didn’t work on any other film in the series.

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007 Magazine Diamonds Are Forever issue on sale

"007 Magazine? Sorry, I don't have time to talk right now."

Graham Rye’s 007 Magazine has a new issue devoted to Diamonds Are Forever. Included is an interview with co-star Lana Wood, a feature on one of Shady Tree’s “Acorns” 41 years after the film and an editorial by Rye about the 1971 James Bond film, the seventh in the series made by Eon Productions.

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