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Complete set of Bond films coming to Sky on demand

13-Apr-2012 • Media Alert

Twenty-two James Bond movies are coming to Sky Movies Showcase and Sky Anytime this October.

Sky has struck a deal with MGM to bring its customers the complete set of Bond films from "Dr. No" to "Quantum of Solace".

The two unofficial outings, "Casino Royale" (1967) and "Never Say Never Again" will also be available for streaming.

"It offers Bond fans an unrivalled opportunity to experience the films via Sky Movies' comprehensive movies service - on the linear channels, on demand and on the go," a Sky spokesperson told Digital Spy.

"They've become hugely significant culturally; demonstrating the best of British film. It's an honour for us to have all of them for our customers, and we will ensure that we do them justice across Sky Movies, giving our customers the best possible experience in watching them," said Ian Lewis, the director of Sky Movies.

The 23rd James Bond adventure, currently in production, will be available on the Sky network from Spring 2013.

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