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Bond Films

Sean Connery starred as 007 in the first five films, Australian actor George Lazenby played the part in On Her Majesty's Secret Service. Connery returned one more time to star in Diamonds are Forever. Roger Moore became Bond with Live And Let Die and starred as the British agent for a record thirteen years in seven movies. Timothy Dalton took over the role for The Living Daylights and Licence to Kill. Pierce Brosnan became the latest James Bond in GoldenEye and Tomorrow Never Dies.

Doctor No Director: Terence Young 1962

From Russia With Love Director: Terence Young 1963

Goldfinger Director: Guy Hamilton 1964

Thunderball Director: Terence Young 1965

You Only Live Twice Director: Lewis Gilbert 1967

On Her Majesty's Secret Service Director:Peter Hunt 1969

Diamonds Are Forever Director: Guy Hamilton 1971

Live and Let Die Director: Guy Hamilton 1973

The Man With The Golden Gun Director: Guy Hamilton 1974

The Spy Who Loved Me Director: Lewis Gilbert 1977

Moonraker Director: Lewis Gilbert 1979

For Your Eyes Only Director:John Glen 1981

Octopussy Director: John Glen 1983

A View To A Kill Director: John Glen 1985

The Living Daylights Director: John Glen 1987

Licence To Kill Director: John Glen 1989

GoldenEye Director: Martin Campbell 1995

Tomorrow Never Dies Director: Roger Spottiswoode 1997

It has been estimated that the total number of cinema admissions to all the Bond pictures is now way past two billion - almost one-half of the world's population..... and the 007 adventures have not been shown widely behind the old Iron Curtain or in the People's Republic of China.

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