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Some people grow up watching Bond; if you're a Broccoli, you grow up making him. EON, the production house behind 007, has been a family business since Albert "Cubby" Broccoli and Harry Saltzman, who produced the first nine films together, set it up in 1961. Today, a second generation of Broccolis — Cubby's daughter Barbara and stepson Michael Wilson — runs the London-based outfit. They guard the Bond tradition fiercely, but they've also brought the once-fading franchise forward. "They've re-examined the character and focused on who Bond is — not just what his world is like," says John Cork, co-author of...

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