All James Bond Movies in order of release (updated May 2020)

by | Oct 25, 2009 | Entertainment | 108 comments

[Update May 5th, 2020] Finally updated the list with some fresh details and original movie posters, most courtesy of artofthemovies.co.uk and originalfilmart.com. Also, this list has moved from actofrage.com to its original home and all new allyouneedislists.com.

You may also be interested to read more about the all James Bond actors and James Bond villains in the respective articles on this website.

Here’s a list of all James Bond movies in order of release date, with some additional information.

These are all the movies from the official EON Productions series.

James Bond: Dr. No (1962)

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James Bond: Dr. No (1962) original movie poster
  • James Bond actor: Sean Connery
  • Bond Girl: Ursula Andress (Honey Rider)
  • Directed by: Terrence Young
  • Filming budget: $1,200,000

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James Bond: From Russia With Love (1963)

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James Bond: From Russia With Love (1963) original movie poster
  • James Bond actor: Sean Connery
  • Bond Girl: Daniela Bianchi (Tatiana Romanova)
  • Directed by: Terrence Young
  • Filming budget: $2,500,000
  • Time between this and previous release: 1 year

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James Bond: Goldfinger (1964)

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James Bond: Goldfinger (1964) original movie poster
  • James Bond actor: Sean Connery
  • Bond Girl: Honor Blackman (Pussy Galore)
  • Directed by: Guy Hamilton
  • Filming budget: $3,500,000
  • Time between this and previous release: 1 year

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James Bond: Thunderball (1965)

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James Bond: Thunderball (1965) original movie poster
  • James Bond actor: Sean Connery
  • Bond Girl: Claudine Auger (Domino)
  • Directed by: Terrence Young
  • Filming budget: $11,000,000
  • Time between this and previous release: 1 year

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James Bond: You Only Live Twice (1967)

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James Bond: You Only Live Twice (1967) original movie poster
  • James Bond actor: Sean Connery
  • Bond Girl: Akiko Wakabayashi (Aki)
  • Directed by: Lewis Gilbert
  • Filming budget: $9,500,000
  • Time between this and previous release: 2 years

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James Bond: On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969)

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James Bond: On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969) original movie poster
  • James Bond actor: George Lazenby
  • Bond Girl: Dianna Rigg (Tracy di Vicenzo)
  • Directed by: Peter R. Hunt
  • Filming budget: $7,000,000
  • Time between this and previous release: 2 years

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James Bond: Diamonds Are Forever (1971)

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James Bond: Diamonds Are Forever (1971) original movie poster
  • James Bond actor: Sean Connery
  • Bond Girl: Jill St. John (Tiffany Case)
  • Directed by: Guy Hamilton
  • Filming budget: $7,200,000
  • Time between this and previous release: 2 years
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James Bond: Live And Let Die (1973)

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James Bond: Live and Let Die (1973) original movie poster
  • James Bond actor: Roger Moore
  • Bond Girl: Jane Seymour (Solitaire)
  • Directed by: Guy Hamilton
  • Filming budget: $12,000,000
  • Time between this and previous release: 2 years

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James Bond: The Man With The Golden Gun (1974)

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James Bond: The Man With The Golden Gun (1974) original movie poster
  • James Bond actor: Roger Moore
  • Bond Girl: Britt Ekland (Mary Goodnight)
  • Directed by: Guy Hamilton
  • Filming budget: $13,000,000
  • Time between this and previous release: 1 year

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James Bond: The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)

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James Bond: The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) original movie poster
  • James Bond actor: Roger Moore
  • Bond Girl: Barbara Bach (Major Anya Amasova)
  • Directed by: Lewis Gilbert
  • Filming budget: $28,000,000
  • Time between this and previous release: 3 years

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James Bond: Moonraker (1979)

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James Bond: Moonraker (1979) original movie poster
  • James Bond actor: Roger Moore
  • Bond Girl: Lois Chiles (Dr. Holly Goodhead)
  • Directed by: Lewis Gilbert
  • Filming budget: $34,000,000
  • Time between this and previous release: 2 years

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James Bond: For Your Eyes Only (1981)

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James Bond: For Your Eyes Only (1982) original Japanese movie poster
  • James Bond actor: Roger Moore
  • Bond Girl: Carole Bouquet (Melina Havelock)
  • Directed by: John Glen
  • Filming budget: $28,000,000
  • Time between this and previous release: 2 years

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James Bond: Octopussy (1983)

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James Bond: Octopussy (1983) original movie poster
  • James Bond actor: Roger Moore
  • Not really a Bond Girl: Maud Adams (Octopussy)
  • Directed by: John Glen
  • Filming budget: $27,500,000
  • Time between this and previous release: 2 years

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(not counted) James Bond: Never Say Never Again (1983)

This one actually doesn’t really belong in this list because Never Say Never Again isn’t officially categorized in the James Bond series (not produced by EON Productions)

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James Bond: Never Say Never again (1983) original movie poster
  • James Bond actor: Sean Connery
  • Bond Girl: Barbara Carrera (Fatima Blush)
  • Directed by: Irvin Kershner
  • Filming budget: $36,000,000
  • Time between this and previous release: 4 months

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James Bond: A View To A Kill (1985)

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James Bond: A View To a Kill (1985) original movie poster
  • James Bond actor: Roger Moore
  • Bond Girl: Tanya Roberts (Stacey Sutton)
  • Directed by: John Glen
  • Filming budget: $30,000,000
  • Time between this and previous release: 2 years

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James Bond: The Living Daylights (1987)

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James Bond: The Living Daylights original movie poster
  • James Bond actor: Timothy Dalton
  • Bond Girl: Maryam d’Abo (Kara Milovy)
  • Directed by: John Glen
  • Filming budget: $40,000,000
  • Time between this and previous release: 2 years

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James Bond: Licence To Kill (1989)

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James Bond: Licence To Kill (1987) original movie poster
  • James Bond actor: Timothy Dalton
  • Bond Girl: Carey Lowell (Pam Bouvier)
  • Directed by: John Glen
  • Filming budget: $42,000,000
  • Time between this and previous release: 2 years

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James Bond: Goldeneye (1995)

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James Bond: Goldeneye (1995) original movie poster
  • James Bond actor: Pierce Brosnan
  • Bond Girl: Izabella Scorupco
  • Directed by: Martin Campbell
  • Filming budget: $60,000,000
  • Time between this and previous release: 6 years

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James Bond: Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)

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James Bond: Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) original movie poster
  • James Bond actor: Pierce Brosnan
  • Bond Girl: Teri Hatcher (Paris Carver)
  • Directed by: Roger Spottiswoode
  • Filming budget: $110,000,000
  • Time between this and previous release: 2 years
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James Bond: The World Is Not Enough (1999)

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James Bond: The World Is Not Enough (1999) original movie poster
  • James Bond actor: Pierce Brosnan
  • Bond Girl: Denise Richards (Dr. Christmas Jones)
  • Directed by: Michael Apted
  • Filming budget: $135,000,000
  • Time between this and previous release: 2 years

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James Bond: Die Another Day (2002)

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James Bond: Die Another Day (2002) original movie poster
  • James Bond actor: Pierce Brosnan
  • Bond Girl: Halle Berry (Giacinta “Jinx” Johnson)
  • Directed by: Lee Tamahori
  • Filming budget: $142,000,000
  • Time between this and previous release: 3 years

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James Bond: Casino Royale (2006)

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James Bond: Casino Royale (2006) original movie poster
  • James Bond actor: Daniel Craig
  • Bond Girl: Eva Green (Vesper Lynd)
  • Directed by: Martin Campbell
  • Filming budget: $150,000,000
  • Time between this and previous release: 4 years

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James Bond: Quantum Of Solace (2008)

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James Bond: Quantum of Solace (2009) original movie poster
  • James Bond actor: Daniel Craig
  • Bond Girl: Olga Kurlyenko (Camille)
  • Directed by: Marc Forster
  • Filming budget: $230,000,000
  • Time between this and previous release: 2 years

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James Bond: Skyfall (2012)

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James Bond: Skyfall (2012) original movie poster
  • James Bond actor: Daniel Craig
  • Bond Girl: Bérénice Marlohe
  • Directed by: Sam Mendes
  • Filming budget: around $230,000,000 (same range as Quantum of Solace)
  • Time between this and previous release: 4 years

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James Bond: Spectre (2015)

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James Bond: Spectre (2015) original movie poster
  • James Bond actor: Daniel Craig
  • Bond Girl: Monica Bellucci
  • Directed by: Sam Mendes
  • Filming budget: $250,000,000
  • Time between this and previous release: 3 years

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James Bond: No Time To Die (expected November 2020)

Postponed due to COVID-19

  • James Bond actor: Daniel Craig
  • Bond Girl: Ana de Armas
  • Directed by: Cary Joji Fukunaga
  • Filming budget: $250,000,000
  • Time between this and previous release: 5 years

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108 Comments

  1. Jeff

    never say never again ??

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    • Rod

      Never Say Never Again was made by Warner Bros. They purchased a few of the rights of Bond but didn’t have rights to Q, the James Bond Theme, the bullet barrel intro, etc… And they didnt use a unused 007 story. They simply remade ThunderBall.

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      • Sietse

        yup, thanks for the info Rod 😉

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      • DKWorldCom

        The title “Never Say Never Again” was given as a message to Sean Connery. Mr. Connery had stated after his last Bond film that he would never play 007 again. After being persuaded by the director, writers, producer, and production company to once again become James Bond, they aptly named the spin-off movie “Never Say Never Again.”

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  2. DuckbillJones

    Hi Jeff,

    Good observation 🙂 However, Never Say Never Again is looked upon as being an unofficial edition of sorts, which is why it’s never counted in the total list of 22 released movies (23 if Bond 23 is ever coming out).

    Wikipedia has some additional information: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Never_Say_Never_Again

    Thanks for your reply!

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    • Mg

      Technically there are 25

      Casino royal 1967 and casino royal 1954

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  3. Sietse

    Who the hell just voted for Timothy Dalton in the poll ?! :)))

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  4. Sietse

    *testing comment enhancement plugin*

    great poll results so far by the way: Sean Connery really seems to be the most favorite Bond 🙂

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  5. Will the Thrill

    Casino Royale inspired me to up the hours in the gym to achieve Bond-like abs.

    Mission accomplished! My girl ordered me one of those Bond-speedo mankinis, and it actually looks good.

    I even have a PPK… maybe I missed my calling to be a secret agent.

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    • Sietse

      Mankini.. what the hell? 🙂

      Maybe you have missed your calling, perhaps you will be recruited some day.

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  6. large rugs

    How many James Bond movies featured a Russian villain?Thanks For nice corporation.

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    • Roger

      Re the Russian villians the only ones that come to mind are in ‘From Russia With Love’ – Rosa KLEBB – and ‘Goldeneye’, with General URUMOV and ONNATOP

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  7. Terry

    Yes you’re missed a James Bond, Casino Royale (1967) was done and made. so to date there are 24 James Bonds, not 23.

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    • Belgarion

      casino royale is a spoof of james bond and is a non-eon film and it was created by colombia pictures

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      • Tylerdrdn

        Not true. Casino was Ian’s first book. It’s first TV debut was a bit hokey yes, but wasn’t originally intended to be a spoof, just the way it turned out.

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  8. john

    i need a list all bond movies . witch one is the one they play a game for parts of the world get shocked.

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    • Ron

      That was never say never again (not my favorite)

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    • Mark

      Never say never again

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  9. Julie

    The info on this list is ideal! I gotta say Sean Connery is THE Bond! The others…hmm.. to corny, to prissy, to fake. The amazing fact you’ve shown is the budget differences. starting at 1,2000,000 to 230,000,000. Even w/economy that’s a huge spread! Go Sean Connery THE ONLY “007”

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  10. partha sarathi das

    i lick it

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  11. gennie baze

    Sean Connery is THE 007!!

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  12. siva

    nice in 007

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  13. anthony artist

    I’ve seen all the james bond movies and I have the vcr or dvd and I love them all but daniel is really good and I like him next to sean. thx for the list i want to rewatch them in order. My mom was a spy during ww2 and James Bond is cool.

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  14. srishti

    i really love the world is not enough and die another day of pierce brosnan…he is THE 007!!

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  15. DIGITALSLRs

    The info is a great help to me, thanks you so much.

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  16. Devendra

    I’ve see all movies of james bond I love them all but Pierce Brosnan is verrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrry gooooooooooooooooooooooooooooood, & I like him I want to rewatch them in order & I’m waiting for next series in bond as soon as possible for example SKYFALL in Danial Craig.
    Thank’s
    Devendra

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  17. Ron

    Was it # 6 ‘Secret Service’ in Bond is married & later near the end of the movie she is killed? Since no 1 sticks out in my memory as Bond I’m thinking it must have been George Lazenby.

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  18. Pikino

    You Forgot One

    Casino Royale 1953

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    • love007xxxxx

      he didn’t forget it, the original casino royale was a spoof

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      • Dee Anderson

        The 1953 Casino Royale was not a spoof. Casino Royale was done in Black n White with an American Actor portraying Jimmy Bond. Peter Lorre was the bad guy. It was actually made for TV. I have it on VHS. The Casino Royale that was a spoof had David Niven as James Bond and was made in the sixties.

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  19. Jose

    Did not see results of my vote for d favorite Bond actor

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    • Sietse

      Seems it could happen when you have cookies disabled or something. Will look into it!

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  20. DWS

    Sean is the best Bond by far. Timothy Dalton is the best looking by far in the eye of this beholder. All the bond movies on Encore this month so I’m catching up on all I missed. Thanks for the info on Never Say Never (theme song sung by my fav Lani Hall).BTW I had a James Bond doll in 1964. Whatever happened to it? I dont know but I had the little gun that shot real caps until I was an adult and it disappeared.

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  21. James Clay

    Sean Connery will always be 007 . And what would really take the cake is to see him in the latest Bond movie as Q

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    • johneno2014

      Ralph Fiennes is the new Q well based on the episodes of sky fall !

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  22. Mardi

    Sean Connery is always the real 007 to me! He will always be, too. However, I LOVE

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  23. Mardi

    I think the true James Bond will always be Sean Connery. I do, however, love Pierce Brosnan, so he’s my second favorite 007. It was mind blowing to see the difference in cost of production! Whoa!

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  24. Richard K. Fogg

    I’ve read every James Bond nove and short story (including a young Bond story called “003 1/2”) except the Young Bond series that starts with Silverfin (a play on Goldfinger?). Sean Connery created the archetypal movie screen Bond. George Lazenby was great–as was the movie, OHMSS (although the villain’s plot was a little hard to grasp–cow disease?). Lazenby should have taken Lois (Miss Moneypenny) Maxwell’s advice and behaved himself. He might have done a few more Bonds. Roger Moore’s movies were entertaining, but his Bond movies were often too lightweight because they often went for a laugh and destroyed our conception of Bond. Often the Moore movies were silly (Bond in arab dress on a camel in TSWLM–I believe with Lawrence of Arabia music in the background. This kind of nonsense disrespects the character movie goers have come to see. This “camel” idea was the fault of a producer or director who finally allowed it, not Moore–unless he (with his obvious sense of humor) promoted it In Octopussy, find the scene where Moore’s line is “That’s for 009!”: one of the rare times in the movie we get to see Roger Moore’s emotional intensity as a serious James Bond (quite apart from the action scenes in which any actor would have to play it straight as does Roger Moore). In Moonraker, Bond defeats an anaconda in the water. Well, we’ve referenced Lawrence of Arabia, so now what? Tarzan! This kind of nonsense destroys the fragile suspension of disbelief required for parts of all Bond movies in the first place. Dalton was great in bringing back a more serious Bond–until that boyish grin in scenes with Maryam d’Abo that make him a love-lorn schoolboy instead of a mature man of the world. Pierce Brosnan was fine and the producers and directors were once again taking Bond seriously (if not some of the stunts: a helicopter flying too slow at an angle to use its rotors as weapons as no copter could in Tomorrow Never Dies–never think too hard about them, the stunts in these movies). Taking the character of Bond seriously is always a good idea–even when allowing him the occasional wry comment. I was one of those who was appalled by the casting of a blond Bond. But Daniel Craig is excellent. He has the physical heft, as did Connery, that allows one to believe he could be a roughneck commando in the Special Boat Service of 1944, as Bond was reported to be (but not in John Pearson’s James Bond: The Authorized Biography of 007 [Pyramid Books, 1973] where Pearson has him doing Department of Naval Intelligence work on the continent). Of course, the James Bond saga has a great continuity problem. There’s no way a WWII commando is bungy jumping off a Soviet dam in 1995. It’s got to be a different man. Some writer has to write the story of how many different men have been sent out on the 007 Project (within the Double O branch of the S.I.S) under the cover name of James Bond to continue the legend and confound the enemies of the United Kingdom. Once that story is told, continuity will no longer be a problem, and the Bond saga can soar centuries into the future.

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    • MA

      Mr Fogg, Even thoough the 2nd Casino Royale (1967 I think) was a spoof on the spy genre, it DID address the question of who was James BOnd really. It had James BOnd as a title given to various Assassins over time just as you suggest someone write the story about. So even though it was a spoof it actually does contribute to the background informatin of James BOnd… (I thought it was a ver funny movie mself for what it was. and it is a sneaky one to throw in when challenging someone to name all the actors wo played James Bond… )

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  25. Richard K. Fogg

    P.S. Thank you, Sietse, for a wonderful list. P.P.S. I sent my long comment at 1658 (4:58 PM) on 8/2/12. Your clock is off. It thinks I sent it at 9:54 PM.

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  26. manoj shukla

    I think the true James Bond Roger Moore will always be . I do, however, love Sean Connery, so he’s my second favorite 007.my third favorite 007 is Pierce Brosnan .

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  27. tom

    i think james bond is awsome i have watched all of them

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  28. sweez

    Which of the bond did his own stunts????

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  29. Raj

    Hi,
    Great information. You missed to list the 1967 Bond movie, Casino Royale, James bond played by Daivd Niven.

    Thanks

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    • unskinator

      Casino Royale from 1967 actually was only a spoof about Bond and the idea. it was not official

      Reply
  30. Allen

    Nice List’,

    In my humble opinion, Roger Moore is the best Bond! I always enjoyed his punch lines before killing one of his adversaries, he had plenty of “whit”. As far as a realistic Bond, no doubt; Daniel Craig, he is physically realistic and passionate during fight scenes, although Sean Connery was pretty robust in his days, but like Connery said, “the gadgets in the films were becoming ridiculous”. Pierce Brosnan is my least favorite. I would like to see all 007’s in the next film as retired MI6 Agents, and then reveal James Bond’s cover name as his birth Name, each with a different name. Although I don’t think Connery would show up as an extra, but the Bond fans would love it!

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  31. MIKE

    the last 22 movies ….theyre all crap so i dont expect number 23 to be anythiing better YAWWWWWWWWWWWWWWNNNNNNNN

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  32. eleanor

    just watched skyfall.brilliant.best bond movie so far and daniel craig is the best bond.hard to beat but the future bond is out there.

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  33. fae

    hmnnn…i love Sean Connery perfectly fit on Bond..

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  34. mike

    I agree Sean Conner to be Q in next bond movie would be awesome favorite bond is Sean Conner but like Daniel Craig as bond too he does it justice plus action scenes r way better wit Daniel craig

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  35. lovely

    as long as its a james bond i gat ma eyes on it en thax for de list u hv helped me what movie hve nt seen

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  36. bharath

    love all the bond movies…………………

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  37. Tom Walsh

    This is the best series of thriller, action- packed films ever produced… As a colossal money-maker with huge audiences and a multi-generatin of fans, I see no end to 007. We will miss Judy DOENCH as M…..

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  38. Kemuri

    Well, this is a nice list. I just saw Skyfall yesterday, and it was awesome. Daniel Craig makes a great James Bond. However, Pierce Brosnan is, and always will be,, my favorite.

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    • Sietse

      Hi Kemuri, thanks for your reply! I still need to go see Skyfall, hope to stop by the cinema this week!

      Reply
  39. Sean Conor Taylor

    Sean was the best Bond ever… i am a huge fan of all the work he has done.

    and my Mom loved him as well hence my Name.
    Sir. Sean Connery is a living legend

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  40. Roger DESHON

    There have been three ‘Casino Royale’ films made and along with David NIVEN’s comedy we should include the American Bond, Barry NELSON.

    This was a TV movie and also starred Peter LORRE as Le CHIFFRE. As I recall the Australian Michael PATE is also in the cast.

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  41. James Sanders

    Thanks i did enjoy the post very much.

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  42. Moira

    thanks for all this info – Just saw Skyfall – adore Daniel Crain. Guess I was too young when the first Bond movies out – For years I have thought Moore was the first Bond ( must have been confusing him with the Saint series. Glad I didnd’t put money on the bet I made last night. Thanks for clearing it up

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  43. Shankar Boregowda

    Since 35 years am watching 007 Bond Movies,in every movies technology is quite different,good to see bond movies,my request is to the producers of 007 is to make movies every year, of course planning takes more time but still i expect to see 007 every year,will the producers look into it very seriously hence forth

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  44. jeremy

    Sean Connery will always be 007 to me. I always thought it would be cool to have him come back as a villain in one of the newer Bond movies! Wishful thinking I guess.

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  45. bob jones

    Roger mooooooooorrrrreeeeeeeeees!!!!!!!!!!!

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  46. sandii

    Daniel Craig the best bond ever, Sorry Sean Connery, you were always my favourite until Daniel Craig.
    Never really been a James Bond Movie fan, but saw Skyfall yesterday, my first James Bond movie since Sean Connery. Loved It that much I saw it twice. Hopefully Daniel Craig will be in many more to come. Javier Bardem was awesome as well. Made me fall in love with James Bond all over again.

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  47. sandii

    DANIEL CRAIG

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  48. Russell

    My list in order of Bonds best to worst
    1 Sean Connery
    2 Daniel Craig
    3 pearce Brosnan
    4 Roger Moore
    5 Timothy Dalton
    6 George Lazenby

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  49. Russell

    If only Sean Connery was a young man now
    Although his films were great the stunts & gimmicks are a little dated
    Just an idea if Daniel Craig intends to stand down any time soon my vote to take over would be Michael Fastebender i know its not spelt correctly but he played Magneto in Xmen first class

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  50. Haylie Wilson

    Very lovely list, thank you

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  51. Sheila French Walker

    My two favorites were Sean Connery and Roger Moore.

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  52. Pete Dip.

    Thanks for the great list! I am a huge 007 fan, have been all my life, own all the movies, watched each one many times… I was getting very upset with the directors and producers after watching Casino royal and Quantum of solace, because they were loosing the plot a bit…? Bond movies need to start in a certain way, silowets of naked women with long flowing hair diving and swimming, looking down the barrel of the gun etc etc etc, its tradition, thats how they all have to start. Big band music with epic theme songs… And there are certain things that make James James, his Astin Martin, his Walther PPK, etc, the producers seemed to be loosing sight of these iconic bond things and they lost the plot in the last two movies.
    Well, I’ve just watched Sky fall, and YAY, they have finally gotten back to basics!!! I am so glad! It is an awesome bond movie which will rate up there with the greats once again :-).
    PS – Sean Connery is still the one and only, original, James Bond, though DC, PB, and RM were all good too.

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    • Sietse

      Hi Pete, thanks for taking the time to share your thoughts!

      I also think Skyfall was a bit more into the Bond atmosphere than Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace.

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  53. M C C P

    You left out one – Never say Never again

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    • Sietse

      Hi there, thanks for your comment, but you’re not the first to state this 🙂

      Never Say Never Again was not in the official EON Production series.

      Reply
  54. Jordan

    Casino Royale (2006) is my favourite James Bond movie I also like From Russia With Love.

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  55. vicky

    has any one seen sky fall

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  56. rita c

    my favorite James Bond actor is Sean Connery, then Roger Moore and Pierce Broson and finally Daniel Craig.

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  57. Sharon

    what about Casino Royal, circa 1966, with David Niven as 007 ? Overlooked!

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  58. Lori

    My son was conceived 11 years ago after watching Dr No. mmmmm sean connery

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  59. Jeff

    When Ian Fleming saw the previews of Sean Connery in “Dr. No,” he was said to have exclaimed “Dreadful! Simply dreadful.”
    When George Lazenby was approached to do another Bond movie, he declined because he felt that the Bond franchise wasn’t going anywhere. Pete Best, anybody?

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  60. James miller

    Sean Connery is the best James Bond. He should be in every movie!! The other guys were good too, but Sean is better to me. Sean Connery was Indiana jones dad in the movie.

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    • Roger DESHON

      As in so many instances the film makers have to screw around with the book. I wish they’d stick to the author’s work.

      The “Moonraker” movie surely must be the biggest load of bovine excreta ever made – the only similarity I can see between novel and film is the title and the name of the villian, DRAX. There is no connection between an ex Nazi bent on revenge by firing a rocket on London and a mad scientist who plans to re start the human race by selective breeding from a colony of humans in space.

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  61. AWESOME BONDER

    Skyfall is my favourite 007 movie, everyone has a favourite character and it is properly some of the main characters, but M has got to be my favourite in the movie1

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  62. karl

    roger moore is the best bond ever and no one can replace him

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    • Roger

      Roger MOORE the best BOND? I must disagree.

      If you look at the pure character before the film makers got at it and made such bovine excreta as ‘Moonraker’ you would see someone who is a Navy Officer but not quite the gentleman.

      BOND is a thug and MOORE’s films make him to be in many instances somewhat of a funny man. I don’t think his portrayal is vicious enough and CONNERY certainly, as does Daniel CRAIG, has that cold core that ensures the job, however distasteful, gets done.

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      • karl

        I think your wrong I have watched every bond movie and I think that roger moore,s bond is the perfect bond

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        • Roger

          I say, “a sentence doesn’t end with a pre-position, it ends when you’re released”. Note you’re as the shortened variant of you are.

          I’m off the subject I realise but I respectfully mention the lamentable state of modern English useage seen today. I have seen essays written by students in advanced High School education and these people cannot produce what is called ‘running’ writing, where the letters of words join in flowing format.

          Word processing has a lot for which to answer and Christian and surnames such as Roger and MOORE commence with capital letters.

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  63. Adam S

    Sietse, This is a wonderful site. My Fathers all-time favorite series by far was Bond. I am 29 now and I can remember when I was a little boy watching Bond with my Dad. I have just started watching in chronological order. I am actually 3/4 thru Dr. No while typing this comment to you and before I even started, Sir Connery by far is my favorite but after reading all the comments posted, I am reserving my official vote until I have watched every movie.

    Thank you for all the time you have put into this and all others alike!

    P.S. Is there a vote for hottest Bond Girl; best Bond bad guy; coolest Bond car, greatest Bond escape, sex scene, ect. I look forward to commenting soon.

    P.S.S. I know it was 1962 but mmm Ursula Andress is a Greek Goddess. LOL

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  64. Adam S

    LOL, I forgot best Bond cover, intro and the ? On my previous question.
    Also, to all the Bond bashers out there, what more could you ask for? Hot women, fast cars, cool gadgets no matter how cheesy or unreal they may be. so I say, keep it Shaken, not stirred. Lol

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  65. A -- John A

    Pierce Brosnan is my fav. Too bad he was in contract doing Remington Steele when Broccoli first contacted Pierce to be cast as James Bond or he would’ve done more 007 movies for us to enjoy! They (R.S.) wouldn’t allow Pierce to do any “Bond” movies… but, they allowed him to do other movies, like, Nomads, Taffin, etc. while under contract… so sad! Broccoli said to him (years before Remington Steele) “we want you to be James Bond one day when you get older”. One thing I never found out, is why did Broccoli take 8 years to cast Pierce after his contract was over with R.S.??? For whatever reason, he cast Timothy Dalton for 2 movies then 007 movies stalled out for 6 years before Pierce finally was cast for Goldeneye.

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  66. Paul Chiara

    Hi, thanks for putting together this extensive list. I have been watching all the James Bond’s in order by following your list. You need to make a small correction with Goldeneye’s Bond girl. At the moment you have Famke Janssen (Xenia Onatopp) as the Bond girl when she is actually the villain. It should be Natalya Simonova played by Izabella Scorupco.

    Thanks again, Paul

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  67. Mark Puetz

    Roger Moore is the bond from my TV watching era…but Sean Connery is a legend,and I must tip my hat and bow to Sir Connery. Thanx for the list!

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  68. Wouter de Maijer

    You forgot one I think, I’m currently watching all the bond films but I’m missing “casino royale” (the first one) on this list

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  69. Andrew

    You should’ve listed the cars that he drove in each movie too.

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    • Sietse

      Hi Andrew, thanks for your comment! Actually working on that 😉

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      • Andrew

        Thanks! Great list either way!

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  70. zara gott

    i think daniel craig and sean connerey are and were the greatest bonds ever

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  71. Puru

    Akshay kumar is best for the role of James Bond for future

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  72. jim g

    never say never again isn’t counted because it wasn’t an eon production rather a warner bros pic….that dosnt matter to me still a great film…sean connery still the best bond even after turning 50yrs old

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  73. steve

    Hi in the list you missed out on Never say never again. The time sean played 007. And in the movie at the end says never again.

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  74. cheem khan

    i like at james bonds and always love

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  75. cheem khan

    007 bondes i like him daneil carig moves

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  76. Ed

    In Never Say Never Again, Fatima Blush was the villainess who killed by asphyxiating her victims between her thighs. The Bond Girl was killed by her early on in the movie. 007 found her dead in(literally) the waterbed.

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  77. Roger Edward DESHON J.P. { Q }

    In NSNA Fatima BLUSH was killed by, as I recall, BOND’S fountain pen that had a small missile in it. The girl with the deadly thighs was in ‘Goldeneye’ and her name was Zenia ONATOP.

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  78. Hank Childs

    Just came across this list, figuring it’s high time I acquired the DVD’s I don’t yet have. A very nice and thorough compendium, fun comments as well. I’d have to agree with the consensus that Sean Connery was flat out THE 007/James Bond. He had all the goodies: drop-dead handsome, suave but not effete, utterly cool in tight spots; lethal and calculating but capable of kindness, smooth sexuality, wry wit; not incapable of making a mistake here and there – he really brought to life par excellence the character Ian Fleming created on paper. Roger Moore? A bit too suave, sense of humor more puckish, played into more ridiculous situations. Pierce Brosnan? Pretty good but not up to my above-listed standards.
    Conversely, I have a lot of trouble with Daniel Craig’s James Bond. An effective 007 certainly, but not the tall, dark, handsome and sophisticated character Sean Connery gave us. There’s a grimness about him and we don’t see the humorous by-play with Q (nor his flirtatious side, e.g. with Moneypenny) as it used to be. To me, he seems more like a converted top Russian agent, and I’d be tempted to call him “Michael Redding.” (known to his former Soviet colleagues as “Mikhail the Red.”)
    I’ve just finished re-reading an excellent photo-documentary book covering most of the Bond films, titled “James Bond – The Secret World of 007.” Publisher is DK (www.dk.com). All kinds of detail about the missions, characters, gadgets, with excellent photos and drawings. I’d highly recommend it to any serious Bond fan who doesn’t already own it!

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  79. Mycroft H.

    I haven’t read all the comments. But here are some corrections/additions. The Bond formula has almost always had a ‘bad girl’ and a ‘good girl’ in it; with James ending up with the ‘good girl’. The ‘bad girl’ usually ends up dead. In ‘Goldeneye’, yes, Famke Janssen was in it, but she was the ‘bad’ girl. The ‘good girl’, the ‘Bond’ girl, was Izabella Scorupco as Natalya Simonova. And you’ve never heard of her again. In ‘Never Say Never Again, which yes, IS a Bond film, and is basically a remake of ‘Thunderball’; Barb Carrera was the ‘bad girl’, Kim Bassinger was the ‘good girl’ Domino (even the same name as Claudine Auger in ‘Thunderball’).
    Monica Bellucci as Lucia Sciarra will be the ‘good girl’ in the upcoming ‘SPECTRE’ film; no Penelope Cruz.
    Also below re: Russian villains: In ‘From Russia With Love’, not only was Rosa Klebb a villain, but the most sinister one was the assassin Grant, chillingly played by a blonde Robert Shaw.
    Finally, as has been said below, the first Bond film on the big screen was the original ‘Casino Royale’, with a miscast David Niven as 007. But it IS a Bond film.
    I like Daniel Craig, but the epitome of James Bond has been the great Sean Connery.

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    • Sietse

      Great comment! Thanks very much for your additions, I will try to edit the list soon so you can see the distinction between bad and good Bond girls. Thanks again!

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    • Sietse

      Thanks very much for your extra information! I will make sure to make some edits soon so you can read about the good and bad Bond girls in this list. Thanks again!

      Reply

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James Bond: Dr. No (1962)

James Bond: Dr. No (1962) original movie poster

James Bond: From Russia With Love (1963)

James Bond: From Russia With Love (1963) original movie poster

James Bond: Goldfinger (1964)

James Bond: Goldfinger (1964) original movie poster

James Bond: Thunderball (1965)

James Bond: Thunderball (1965) original movie poster

James Bond: You Only Live Twice (1967)

James Bond: You Only Live Twice (1967) original movie poster

James Bond: On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969)

James Bond: On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969) original movie poster

James Bond: Diamonds Are Forever (1971)

James Bond: Diamonds Are Forever (1971) original movie poster

James Bond: Live And Let Die (1973)

James Bond: Live and Let Die (1973) original movie poster

James Bond: The Man With The Golden Gun (1974)

James Bond: The Man With The Golden Gun (1974) original movie poster

James Bond: The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)

James Bond: The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) original movie poster

James Bond: Moonraker (1979)

James Bond: Moonraker (1979) original movie poster

James Bond: For Your Eyes Only (1981)

James Bond: For Your Eyes Only (1982) original Japanese movie poster

James Bond: Octopussy (1983)

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James Bond: A View To A Kill (1985)

James Bond: A View To a Kill (1985) original movie poster

James Bond: The Living Daylights (1987)

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James Bond: Licence To Kill (1989)

James Bond: Licence To Kill (1987) original movie poster

James Bond: Goldeneye (1995)

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James Bond: Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)

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James Bond: The World Is Not Enough (1999)

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James Bond: Die Another Day (2002)

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James Bond: Casino Royale (2006)

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James Bond: Quantum Of Solace (2008)

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James Bond: Skyfall (2012)

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James Bond: Spectre (2015)

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James Bond: No Time To Die (expected November 2020)

Postponed due to COVID-19

  • James Bond: Dr. No (1962)
  • James Bond: From Russia With Love (1963)
  • James Bond: Goldfinger (1964)
  • James Bond: Thunderball (1965)
  • James Bond: You Only Live Twice (1967)
  • James Bond: On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969)
  • James Bond: Diamonds Are Forever (1971)
  • James Bond: Live And Let Die (1973)
  • James Bond: The Man With The Golden Gun (1974)
  • James Bond: The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)
  • James Bond: Moonraker (1979)
  • James Bond: For Your Eyes Only (1981)
  • James Bond: Octopussy (1983)
  • James Bond: A View To A Kill (1985)
  • James Bond: The Living Daylights (1987)
  • James Bond: Licence To Kill (1989)
  • James Bond: Goldeneye (1995)
  • James Bond: Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)
  • James Bond: The World Is Not Enough (1999)
  • James Bond: Die Another Day (2002)
  • James Bond: Casino Royale (2006)
  • James Bond: Quantum Of Solace (2008)
  • James Bond: Skyfall (2012)
  • James Bond: Spectre (2015)
  • James Bond: No Time To Die (expected November 2020)