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Books in Bond films

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In Casino Royale, on a small table in M's apartment, we have spotted a hardcover copy of Burne-Jones: The Life and Works of Sir Edward Burne-Jones (1833-1898) by Christopher Wood.

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In the movie Die Another Day (2002) we see Bond reading an article about Gustav Graves in the High Life magazine in BA (British Airways) flight from Cuba back to London.

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Birds of the West Indies is known not only for its exhaustive study of Caribbean birds, but also because the name of the book's author, the ornithologist James Bond, which was used by Ian Fleming for the name of his fictional British secret agent, Commander James Bond.

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The magazine Playboy has a long associated history with the James Bond series.

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