Welcome to The James Bond International Fan Club (JBIFC)

Join us as we celebrate the adventures of Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007, in print and on the silver screen. From the first novel, Casino Royale in 1953 and the first film, Dr.No, 1962 through to the latest James Bond film, Spectre.. released in October 2015, some 53 years after 007’s first real movie appearance.

The JBIFC is a unique organisation whose knowledge and professionalism, in an area it has made its own, is second-to-none, and is committed to producing the very best in Bond. Quite simply, whatever your age, if you’re interested in ‘all things Bond’, belonging to The JBIFC is a must. Becoming a club member of The JBIFC will keep you up to date with all the accurate information about what’s happening in the world of 007 and enlarge your knowledge of the subject in an entertaining and fun way. The new JBIFC website will grow every month, and is currently being updated with information and photographs that will develop into the definitive James Bond archive site on the World Wide Web. JBIFC members will be able to access these encrypted areas of photographs and information with a special password. The JBIFC believes that like diamonds, Bond is forever – and you can be sure that we’ll be here for as long, sharing its informed and entertaining look at the world of James Bond 007 with enthusiasts around the world.

The James Bond International Fan Club is an independent unaffiliated organisation and is not endorsed by the James Bond copyright holders. The James Bond 007 films are copyright of Danjaq LLC and the United Artists Corporation, and are licensed by EON Productions Limited. The James Bond novels are copyright of Ian Fleming (Glidrose) Publications Limited. All other material on this site is copyright JBIFC For full legal details click here Official site: www.007.com

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Mi6 Confidential Issue 30

April 6th, 2015|0 Comments

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  • Timothy Dalton

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  • Aston Martin DB5

Aston Martin DB5

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