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The early 90s was a fallow period for James Bond fans. With Tim Dalton confirmed as not returning to the role of 007 and Eon Productions embroiled in legal disputes it looked like JB may never return to the big screen. And James Bond was also meeting his match in the shape of a host of ambitious action and spy thrillers produced by the emboldened H…
 
The OddjobPod returns from its brief detour, taking in the No Time To Die and hosting the World Cup of Bond Songs, and resumes its chronological review of the James Bond movies with a thorough shake-down of The Living Daylights. Timothy Dalton's first outing as 007 exists in something of a sweet spot for Graham, Gary & Terry and we have a lot of fo…
 
Love it or hate it, there is no denying that You Only Live Twice is an unforgettable movie. The lavish sets, exotic locations, and iconic villain mark it as one of the most visually impressive Bond films which has, over time, become a cultural touchstone. That said the movie is flawed and not without its critics. In this episode of The Oddjob Pod, …
 
Gary, Terry and Graham return for another plunge into the deep waters of the Roger Moore James Bond Universe. In the episode we turn our gaze to the 1981 down-to-earth antidote to Moonraker: For Your Eyes Only This film marked something of a changing of the guard for the production team and this may explain its lack of confidence. However, there is…
 
Gary, Terry and Graham are back for another podcast of sizzling James Bond chat. In this episode we focus on the second Bond film written by Christopher Wood. Long standing listeners will know that this is not a universally loved film among the Oddjob Pod crew. Gary is not a fan but both Graham and Terry consider it to be one of the strongest of Ro…
 
Ask any fan for their top five James Bond films and most will include The Spy Who Loved Me among them. After the dismal failure of The Man With The Golden Gun. the James Bond franchise was having an existential crisis. Harry Salzman had left, Kevin McClory was hovering around, threatening to make a rival film which prevented Cubby Broccolli from re…
 
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