|Published to coincide with the 40th anniversary of the release of Dr. No, and hitting store shelves when Die Another Day hit theaters, James Bond: The Legacy received wide media coverage and sold in huge numbers during the holiday season of 2002. To support the release of the book, author John Cork undertook a nationwide publicity tour. Co-author Bruce Scivally joined Cork for booksignings in Los Angeles and Washington, D.C., and also promoted the book with book signing events in Huntsville, Alabama and Nashville, Tennessee.|
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Bruce Scivally on CHQR News Talk 770's
"KINGKADE & BREAKENRIDGE SHOW"
Sept. 4, 2015
Roger Kingkade and Rob Breakenridge interview Bruce Scivally about other actors who could play 007.
Bruce Scivally on NPR's
"ALL THINGS CONSIDERED"
Sept. 4, 2015
When Anthony Horowitz made the comment that Idris Elba was too "street" to play 007, it ignited controversy over whether any black actor should ever play the role. Here, Bruce Scivally and "James Bond Unmasked" author Bill Desowitz comment on the controversy.
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"QUANTUM OF SOLACE" - JAMES BOND 007 AT THE WILMETTE THEATRE, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 8:30 PM
Wilmette Theatre, 1122 Central Avenue, Wilmette, IL 60091, tel. 847-251-7424
Right: INTERNATIONAL SPY MUSEUM, Washington, D.C., Novermber 11-16, 2002
Below: ASTON MARTIN OF BEVERLY HILLS, Beverly Hills, California, April 8, 2003 with the Aston Martin Vanquish from Die Another Day.
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