Comprising four great hard-to-find issues from the 007 Magazine Archives: 007 MAGAZINE ARCHIVE FILES looks back at aspects of filming the first James Bond movie Dr. No (1962) starring Sean Connery. STEPHEN ROWLEY reappraises the first James Bond film Dr. No, and argues that it deserves greater recognition, not just as a classic Bond movie, but as a classic movie - period. JON AUTY, the UK authority on the stunt profession, examines Bob Simmons' dynamic action scenes in the first James Bond film - Dr. No. GRAHAM RYE trawls his 007 MAGAZINE ARCHIVE to feature a selection of never-before-published photographs accompanied with many previously unknown facts about the filming of Dr. No. 007 MAGAZINE ARCHIVE FILES looks back at aspects of filming Roger Moore's debut as James Bond in Live And Let Die (1973). LEAPS AND BONDS - Filming the boat chase Excerpts from Roger Moore's 1973 James Bond Diary Diamonds Are Forever - File #1 A very peculiar Bond film! Editorial by GRAHAM RYE JAMIE BEERMAN takes a personal look at why after four decades the film Diamonds Are Forever still holds a magical spell over him and an irrevocable link to his childhood. STEVE OXENRIDER tracked down one of Shady Tree's 'Acorns' to Las Vegas, where 41 years after her appearance in Diamonds Are Forever she can still be found in the casinos of the city that never sleeps. On Her Majesty's Secret Service - File #1 007 MAGAZINE ARCHIVE FILES examines the filming of the exciting and brutal beach fight that opens the sixth James Bond film, On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969) starring one-time Bond George Lazenby, and the filming at The College of Arms in London. Featuring never-before-seen images from a scene cut from the final movie when Bond discovers the villainous Ernst Stavro Blofeld's spy has infiltrated the college and is listening-in to 007's top secret conversation with Sir Hilary Bray.