Everything or Nothing: the Untold Story of 007, Stevan Riley, 98mins (12A)
Starring: Albert R Broccoli, Dana Broccoli, Ian Fleming
Released to mark 50 years of Bond (the first 007 picture Dr No was released in 1962) and in time for Skyfall, the latest, this behind-the-scenes documentary pays tribute to three men: Ian Fleming, who invented the world's most enduring spy; and two producers, Harry Saltzman and Cubby Broccoli, whose combined energy helped bring Fleming's books to the screen.
It's an official, family-starring affair, a little ploddy and reverential but smart in its use of clips and interviews. Best in show: Roger Moore, getting the biggest laugh with his rueful recall of what Bond did to a young extra on Live and Let Die.
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Review: Cilla, ITV TV
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