In this, the first James Bond movie based on an Ian Fleming short story, Agent 007 (Roger Moore) is tasked with recovering a sensitive communication device before it falls into enemy hands. This film marks the last appearance in the official Bond series of 007's nemesis, Ernst Stavros Blofeld (he's the man in the wheelchair that Bond dispatches in the pre-credits sequence), as the rights to that character had been won by Kevin McClory, executive producer of Never Say Never Again, in a court battle. This scarce and desirable British quad is in spectacular condition, a treasure that any Bond fan would be proud to own. Bill Gold was responsible for the American concept of the ‘legs’ campaign. The British Quad also features the great action sequences too which are the work of Brian Bysouth.