Doonar, Joanna
November 2005
Brand Strategy;Nov2005, Issue 197, p10
Trade Publication
The article comments on the James Bond film franchise and whether the 21st Bond film, "Casino Royale," will still be relevant in Great Britain in the 21st century. Consumer interest in James Bond motion pictures were analyzed and concerns were raised on the abundance of product placement in the films.


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