Climax!: Casino Royale(1954) VHS This very rare treasure will delight James Bond fans: the original CBS television version of "Casino Royale," produced for the "Climax!" anthology series. Barry Nelson stars as the suave super-agent, with Peter Lorre as the villainous Le Chiffre. 60 min. Casino Royale(1954) VHS Ian Fleming's suave super-agent, James Bond, first came to life in this episode from the CBS "Climax!" anthology series, with Barry Nelson as Bond and Peter Lorre as Le Chiffre. Also includes fascinating info on "Casino Royale's" TV and movie versions, original TV ads for the 1967 film, and rare photos and memorabilia presented by 007 expert Lee Pfeiffer. A must for collectors! 70 min. Dr. No(1962) VHS The first 007 feature finds Her Majesty's top spy (Sean Connery) investigating mysterious goings-on at a small Jamaican port, where he meets the diabolical Dr. No (Joseph Wiseman) and the first "Bond Bombshell," bikini-clad Honey Rider (Ursula Andress). 111 min. From Russia With Love(1963) VHS Sean Connery's personal favorite of his Bond films is a globe-hopping thriller that pits 007 against Soviet spies and SPECTRE assassins, highlighted by a brutal fight aboard the Orient Express. Robert Shaw, Daniella Bianchi and Lotte Lenya, as blade-booted Rosa Klebb, also star. 118 min. Goldfinger(1964) VHS The quintessential Bond film has it all...Sean Connery, Odd Job and his deadly hat, the beautiful Pussy Galore, the Aston Martin stunt car, John Barry's score and Goldfinger...the man with the plan to irradiate Fort Knox and corner the world's gold market. With Gert Frobe, Honor Blackman, Harold Sakata. 108 min. Thunderball(1965) VHS It's 007 versus SPECTRE when evil agent Largo holds the Bahamas hostage with a nuclear warhead. Sean Connery as Bond must forego his suntan and suit up for an action-packed underwater adventure. Adolfo Celi, Claudine Auger also star. 129 min. Thunderball (Letterboxed Version) VHS Also available in a theatrical, widescreen format. You Only Live Twice(1967) VHS "Welcome to Japan, Mr. Bond." Agent 007, played by Sean Connery, is off to the Orient. His mission: smash the evil SPECTRE organization, headed by Blofeld (Donald Pleasence), who plots to incite the world's major powers into war against each other. With Mie Hama, Tetsuro Tamba; scripted by children's author Roald Dahl. 116 min. On Her Majesty's Secret Service(1969) VHS George Lazenby takes over the role as James Bond, Secret Agent 007, in this thrill-a-minute extravaganza. Bond courts contessa Diana Rigg, gets involved in several hair-raising snowbound chases, and matches wits with arch-nemesis Blofeld, played diabolically by Telly Savalas. 140 min. Diamonds Are Forever(1971) VHS Sean Connery returns as James Bond and hits Las Vegas in order to fold the criminal genius Blofeld's diamond-powered extortion scheme. Amazing action scenes include a wild car chase down the Vegas Strip. Co-stars Jill St. John, Charles Gray. 119 min. Live And Let Die(1973) VHS Roger Moore makes his 007 debut, out to smash the plans of Caribbean crime kingpin Yaphet Kotto to take over the U.S. by flooding it with heroin. Wild boat chases, voodoo priests, Jane Seymour as the tarot-dealing love interest and Paul McCartney's title tune highlight this Bond classic. With Geoffrey Holder, Julius Harris. 121 min. Live And Let Die (Letterboxed Version) VHS Also available in a theatrical, widescreen format. The Man With The Golden Gun(1975) VHS James Bond (Roger Moore) may have met his ultimate foe in diabolical master assassin Scaramanga, played to evil perfection by Christopher Lee, in this 007 thriller. With Britt Ekland, Maud Adams, Herve Villechaize. 125 min. The Spy Who Loved Me(1977) VHS East meets West, and loves it, when Agent 007 (Roger Moore) teams up with a gorgeous KGB spy (Barbara Bach) to stop a millionaire terrorist from abducting submarines from the superpowers. Spectacular underwater footage, beautiful women, and the first appearance of "Jaws" (Richard Kiel). 125 min. Moonraker(1979) VHS The sky's no longer the limit for 007 when Roger Moore, as James Bond, blasts into orbit to bring down an obsessed tycoon with his own space station and a plan for global domination. With Michael Lonsdale, Lois Chiles as Holly Goodhead, and Richard Kiel as "Jaws." 126 min. Moonraker (Letterboxed Version) VHS Also available in a theatrical, widescreen format. For Your Eyes Only(1981) VHS After "Moonraker," Agent 007 (Roger Moore) returned to terra firma for breathtaking adventures across Europe to retrieve the A.T.A.C. tracking system before it falls into Russian hands, while keeping time with a beautiful young woman (Carole Bouquet) who's out to avenge her parents' murders. Co-stars Topol, Lynn-Holly Johnson; title song performed by Sheena Easton. 128 min. For Your Eyes Only (Letterboxed Version) VHS Also available in a theatrical, widescreen format. Octopussy(1983) VHS Lightning-paced thriller stars Roger Moore as Ian Fleming's superspy, James Bond, this time out to thwart the nefarious efforts of a former Afghan prince and a Russian general to detonate an atomic bomb on an American air base in Berlin. Co-stars Maud Adams, Louis Jourdan, Kristina Wayborn and Steven Berkoff. 130 min. Never Say Never Again(1983) VHS Twelve years after saying "never again," Sean Connery is back as James Bond in a stylish remake of "Thunderball." A little older and wiser, 007 is put back in harness to stop a global extortion plot by SPECTRE's Largo (Klaus Maria Brandauer). Co-stars Kim Basinger and Barbara Carrera. 134 min. A View To A Kill(1985) VHS Has James Bond (Roger Moore) finally met his match in lean, mean female assassin Grace Jones? And if not, will 007 be able to stop high-tech villain Christopher Walken from starting an earthquake that will level California's Silicon Valley? Tanya Roberts co-stars in this action-packed tale that was Moore's series swan song. 131 min. The Living Daylights(1987) VHS Once again, the tuxedo is passed on. Timothy Dalton makes a stylish debut as agent 007, James Bond, in a danger-filled tale of megalomaniacal arms smugglers, Soviet double agents and beautiful cellists. Even the Aston Martin is back! Joe Don Baker, Jeroen Krabbe, Maryam D'Abo co-star. 130 min. Licence To Kill(1989) VHS It's really "license revoked" for James Bond (Timothy Dalton) when he must go against his superiors' orders on a personal vengeance crusade against a Latin American drug kingpin in this dramatic entry in the 007 film saga. Robert Davi, Carey Lowell, Talisa Soto also star. 133 min. Licence To Kill (Letterboxed Version) VHS Also available in a theatrical, widescreen format. Goldeneye(1995) VHS The face may be different, but the action, stunts and style are reminiscent of classic 007 outings in Pierce Brosnan's initiation into the James Bond fold. Bond battles Russian mobsters as he tracks down the villains using "leftover" Soviet satellite weapons in a scheme to rob the world's banks. With Sean Bean, Izabella Scorupco, and Famke Janssen as sexy assassin Xenia Onatopp. 130 min. Tomorrow Never Dies(1997) VHS And neither do the adventures of superspy James Bond, as Pierce Brosnan's 007 finds himself going up against megalomaniacal media mogul Jonathan Pryce, who instigates a military incident between England and China as part of his scheme to dominate global communications. Hong Kong action queen Michelle Yeoh co-stars as a Chinese agent who becomes Brosnan's reluctant partner; with Teri Hatcher, Joe Don Baker. 117 min. Tomorrow Never Dies (Limited Collector's Edition) VHS Available for a limited time only, this deluxe boxed set includes, along with the movie, the behind-the-scenes documentary "Highly Classified: The World of 007," a copy of the shooting script, and a collectible photo set. The World Is Not Enough(1999) VHS There's more than enough action, suspense, chases and sexy women, however, in this James Bond thriller. Charged with protecting a murdered oil tycoon's beautiful daughter, 007 (Pierce Brosnan) must stop a ruthless terrorist--left impervious to pain by a bullet lodged in his skull--who's stolen a Russian nuclear weapon as part of a plan to control the world's oil supply. With Robert Carlyle, Sophie Marceau, Denise Richards, Judi Dench and John Cleese as new gadget man "R." 128 min. The James Bond Collection VHS Every fan of the world's most popular secret agent should own this amazing collection of Bond goodies and rarities, featuring Connery, Lazenby, Moore, Dalton and Brosnan. There's trailers galore, plus an early black-and-white intro to the Bond character featuring Sean Connery, behind-the-scenes featurettes and lots, lots more. 120 min. NOTE: The quality of the segments in this video varies, but 007 fans won't want to miss out on this exciting and fun-filled rarity. The James Bond Story (1999) VHS This is a treat no 007 fan should miss, a gadget- and girl-laden gathering of film clips, interviews and rare footage chronicling the 37-year history of the movies' top superspy. From Connery in "Dr. No" to Brosnan in "The World Is Not Enough," every Bond thriller and actor is featured. 52 min. The James Bond Collection #1 VHS It's 007 times seven in this boxed collector's set featuring seven classic Bond adventures: "For Your Eyes Only," "Goldeneye," "Goldfinger," Licence to Kill," "Live and Let Die," "Thunderball" and "Tomorrow Never Dies." The James Bond Collection #2 VHS The name is Bond...James Bond...and here you can catch him in "Dr. No," "The Man with the Golden Gun," "Moonraker," "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" and "The Spy Who Loved Me," all in a five-tape, boxed collector's set. The James Bond Collection #3 VHS Truth be told, most people only live once, so why not live with this money-saving boxed set of six James Bond thrillers: "Diamonds Are Forever," "From Russia with Love," "The Living Daylights," "Octopussy," "A View to a Kill" and "You Only Live Twice"?