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Eltonography: A Life in Picturesby Terry Oneill
Synopses & Reviews
This book spans four decades chronicling the public and private journeys of a man voted as one of the 50 greatest artists of all time. With over 30 albums and an endless production line of singles that rank among the 20th century's greatest classics, he has accumulated 5 Grammys, 11 Ivor Novellas and an Oscar. Terry O'Neill's camera has chronicled the careers of the greatest names in show business, from Frank Sinatra and The Beatles to Hollywood stars.
About the Author
Terry O'Neill was a young photographer on the set of Goldfinger in 1963 when he captured - behind the scenes and never seen before - images of the moment Sean Connery and Honor Blackman enjoyed a roll in the hay in a memorable and comical fight scene that made Pussy Galore cinematic folklore. He was there when Connery and Jill St John consumated another classic Bond pairing; as he was with George Lazenby, Sir Roger Moore and Pierce Bosnan from London to Las Vegas from the Scottish highlands to the Hollywood.He photographed five Bonds and more than 20 Bond girls, including Ursula Andress, Jane Seymour and Barbara Bach - and while doing so captured the intimate and amusing offset antics of our favourite characters when the cameras weren't rolling. All About Bond includes more than 100 of his photographs, many never seen before, and as an added bonus there is a unique pictorial record of the making of the first Casino Royale - a comical 1967 extravaganza.
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