The premiere release of OO7 on home-video in Italy was in 1982. For the most part, the sleeves were merely localised adaptions of the UK pre-certificate (pre-cert) range; A View To A Kill (007 Bersaglio Mobile) and Octopussy were the exceptions, the key-art of the former being unique to Italy, the latter's key-art being a variation which was used in a few territories such as Australia.
In 1985, the OO7 back-catalogue was reissued with sleeves that replicated the 1982 series in all but Warner logo and year-of-issue text.
1987 saw the release of a sleeve range characterised by, on the front, key-art set inside a gunbarrel; the main image mirroring the imagery utilised on the U.K. '25th Anniversary' sleeves.
Although no examples are presented in this archive, sleeves with the the globally-standardised 'baby-hands' (mani del bambino) art likely appeared mid-1990's until the formal demise of the VHS format.
PAGES FROM THE ITALY 'WARNER HOME VIDEO COLLECTION 85/86' CATALOGUE (mouse-click for larger versions)