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Bond premiere photographer Harry Myers has died

27-Jun-2012 • Bond News

Harry Myers has photographed almost all the Bond premieres from "Dr. No" to "Tomorrow Never Dies" and his family carries on the tradition to this day.

Myers learned the photo trade during the Second World War when he was employed at a photo journalist publication: London News Agency, where he worked between the ages of 14 and 17.

After serving his time in the dark room and with a good head for names and places, Myers was soon dispatched on assignments. One fateful day he met Cubby Broccoli at a photoshoot, and struck up a friendship. At that time Cubby was still in partnership with Irving Allen, with whom he produced a number of war adventures, prior to 007.

In 2007 Myers compiled some of his most famous photos from the Bond years (and beyond) into an autobiography: "Premieres and Pictures", which he co-wrote with John Willis & Gareth Owen.

Harry Myers passed away on June 26th 2012.

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