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Bob Penn

Bob Penn (1925–2002) was a respected and prolific stills photographer, who started his career in 1940 and went on to photograph over 80 films including Cleopatra (1963), Oliver! (1968), On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969), The Omen (1976), The Spy Who Loved Me (1977), Superman (1978), Alien (1979) and Flash Gordon (1980), as well as Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb in 1964.

Credits:

Caption on bottom front reads “Bond’s Lotus Esprit converts to a submarine in THE SPY WHO LOVED ME“ Copyright 1977 United Artists Corporation, all rights reserved.

Nik Nak

Roger Moore under pressure from Nik Nak holding a spear with larger Sumo wrestler friend overlooking the action, in The...

£130.00

Bond and Belly Dancer

Roger Moore in compromising position with a belly dancer called Saida, whilst fighting off an adversary in Beirut. She...

£230.00

Roger Moore and Britt Ekland

Much of it was shot, as with this photo, in Jamaica. There are various classic scenes including The Olympia Brass Band...

£280.00

Lotus Esprit from James Bond The Spy Who Loved Me

Classic Bond photo by Bob Penn, from the film The Spy Who Loved Me, shot underwater in the Bahamas. The print is in...

£350.00

Christopher Reeve as Superman

Very rare original vintage press photo of Christopher Reeve, as Superman. Directed by Richard Donner.

£360.00