Not a collection as such, just some films I picked up over the years because I was for a time fascinated by the idea of Richard Burton as Bond:
NIGHT OF THE IGUANA
THE SPY WHO CAME IN FROM THE COLD
WHERE EAGLES DARE
WHO’S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?
THE TAMING OF THE SHREW
Mind you, most of them I watch seldom enough. Burton was no doubt a gifted actor - but he also often enough just managed to play his parts while some production assistant was topping up his scotch with more scotch. Notably THE SPY seems to have been a major occasion for this method of ‘method acting’, at least according to John le Carré’s memoirs*.
In most of the above films Burton looks - and often acts - ten years older than he was. I think he might have been a good fit for Bond in the later books. But it’s also remarkable to me how much his act profits from Elizabeth Taylor’s performance. She is very much the star in TAMING and WHO’S AFRAID and when her part isn’t allowed that dominance, or when she’s absent, you miss this element.
*The Pigeon Tunnel, chapter 28.