Basics of Bond

This site really is for James Bond-fans that know the basics of Bond by heart, but if you are a novice, here’s some basic information on the James Bond films.

James Bond films
(release year, title and director)
Eon Produced (founded by Albert R. Broccoli & Harry Saltzman)
1962 Dr No (Terence Young)
1963 From Russia with Love (Terence Young)
1964 Goldfinger (Guy Hamilton)
1965 Thunderball (Terence Young)
1967 You only live twice (Lewis Gilbert)
1969 On her Majesty’s Secret Service (Peter Hunt)
1971 Diamonds are Forever (Guy Hamilton)
1973 Live and let Die (Guy Hamilton)
1974 The Man with the Golden Gun (Guy Hamilton)
1977 The Spy who loved me (Lewis Gilbert)
1979 Moonraker (Lewis Gilbert)
1981 For your eyes only (John Glen)
1983 Octopussy (John Glen)
1985 A view to a Kill (John Glen)
1987 The Living Daylights (John Glen)
1989 Licence to Kill (John Glen)
1995 GoldenEye (Martin Campbell)
1997 Tomorrow never dies (Roger Spottiswoode)
1999 The World is not enough (Michael Apted)
2002 Die Another Day (Lee Tamahori)
2006 Casino Royale (Martin Campbell)
2008 Quantum of Solace (Marc Forster)
2012 Skyfall (Sam Mendes)
2015 Spectre (Sam Mendes)
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Other James Bond films
1954 Casino Royale (Produced by CBS Televison), directed by William H. Brown jr)
1967 Casino Royale (Produced by Charles K. Feldman, directed by Val Guest, Ken Hughes, John Huston, Joseph McGrath & Robert Parrish, Richard Talmadge)
1983 Never Say Never Again (Produced by Kevin McClory. Directed by Irvin Kershner)

The James Bond Actors
Sean Connery 1962-1967, 1971, 1983
George Lazenby 1969
Roger Moore 1973-1985
Timothy Dalton 1987-1989
Pierce Brosnan 1995-2002
Daniel Craig 2006-present

Barry Nelson 1954
David Niven 1967
and numerous stuntmen

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