The French “Shatterhand” Production Is Tribute To Ian Fleming, The Author Of The James Bond Novels On Which Many Of The Films Are Based, And EON Productions, The Makers Of The Official 007 Films. The Film Was First Released In 2007 And Runs Just Under An Hour Long. This Is Part Two Of A James Bond Tribute-Trilogy And It Can Be Downloaded From Constellation’s Website Or Viewed On YouTube

Legally, The Filmmakers Cannot Profit From Shatterhand, But They Didn’t Make It For The Money, Rather The Thrill Of Creating An Original Bond Film. The Plot Stays Close to Fleming’s Literary Works And Will Be Derived From The Short Story Octopussy, The Last Third Of The Novel You Only Live Twice, Hence The Title, Shatterhand, Which Is Blofeld’s Pseudonym In That Adventure. The Film Also Includes An Original Ski Chase In The Pre-Credit Sequence And An Explosive Action Finale. Some Shots Were Done For Real In Japan

DVD Facts Running Time 56 Min. / 16:9 /2.20:1 / Language: French & English / F & E Subtitle / Eric Saussine (Director, Editor) / Frederique Remy (Director Of Photography) / Written & Produced By Pierre Rodiac & Eric Saussine / Music By John Barry (Main Theme By Monty Norman)

Cast Serge Rotelli (James Bond), Olivier Lebaz, Olivier Roux, Joelle Ayum, Jerome Cruset, Virgine Mauri, Sabrina Mei-Kohan, Caroline Lebaz, Tetsuro Tamba…

Frontcover Artwork And DVD Signed By Serge Rotelli


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