Dr. No

When it comes to James Bond Movies, "Dr. No", is the first and it paved the way for the entire series of movies. The success of "Dr. No" made the financing of and creation of the second film, "From Russia With Love", and the following films possible.

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Dr. No was released in 1962, and this first of many James Bond movies remains one of best.  In keeping with Ian Fleming's novels, this movie has an amazing lack of gadgetry and big-budget explosions.  Sean Connery won the role of Agent 007 at the age of 32.

In this story, Agent 007 is called to Jamaica where a colleague and secretary have been killed under mysterious circumstances.  Together, Agent 007 and an American CIA agent (played by Jack Lord prior to his Hawaii Five-O series) discover the nefarious Dr. No (played by Joseph Wiseman) has a plot to blackmail the United States Government.  Dr. No has a device to foil the launching of U.S. rockets launched from Cape Canaveral in Florida.

Even in the thick of this plot, James Bond has time to enjoy being with a few gorgeous women, including Ursula Andress in her now famous bikini.  Ursula begins the ongoing tradition of Bond women who know how to please their favorite secret agent.  A sexist anachronism?  Could be.  This movie begins a series of movies that continues to this day.

Cast:
  • Sean Connery as James Bond
  • Ursula Andress as Honey Ryder
  • Joseph Wiseman as Dr. No
  • Jack Lord as Felix Leiter
  • Bernard Lee as M.
  • Anthony Dawson as Professor Dent
  • Zena Marshall as Miss Taro
  • John Kitzmiller as Quarrel (as John Kitzmuller)
  • Eunice Gayson as Sylvia
  • Lois Maxwell as Miss Moneypenny
  • Peter Burton as Major Boothroyd
  • Yvonne Shima as Sister Lily
  • Michel Mok as Sister Rose
  • Marguerite LeWars as Photographer (also as Margaret Lewars) (as Marguerite Le Wars)
  • William Foster-Davis as Superintendent (in opening credits) (as Wm. Foster-Davis)
  • Dolores Keator as Mary Trueblood
  • Reggie Carter as Jones (as Reginald Carter)
  • Louis Blaazer as Pleydell-Smith
  • Colonel Burton as General Potter

Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
  • Martine Beswick as Dancing Silhouette During Opening Credits (uncredited)
  • Chris Blackwell as Henchman jumping off dock into water (uncredited)
  • Anthony Chinn as Decontamination Technician (uncredited)
  • Eric Coverley as Three Blind Mice Assassin (uncredited)
  • Margaret Ellery as Stewardess (uncredited)
  • Victor Harrington as Card Player (uncredited)
  • John Hatton as Radio Operator (uncredited)
  • Bettine Le Beau as Prof. Dent's Secretary (uncredited)
  • Byron Lee as Singer at Puss Feller's (uncredited)
  • Henry Lopez as Three Blind Mice Assassin (uncredited)
  • Stanley Morgan as Concierge in Casino (uncredited)
  • Tim Moxon as Prof. John Strangways (uncredited)
  • Malou Pantera as Hotel Receptionist (uncredited)
  • Lester Prendergast as Puss Feller (uncredited)
  • Milton Reid as Dr. No's Guard (uncredited)
  • Robert Rietty as John Strangways (voice) (uncredited)
  • Adrian Robinson as Hearse Driver (uncredited)
  • Maxwell Shaw as Communications Foreman (uncredited)
  • Bob Simmons as James Bond in Gunbarrel Sequence (uncredited)
  • Nikki Van der Zyl as Honeychile 'Honey' Ryder / Sylvia Trench / various (voice) (uncredited)


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"Dr. No" is also part of the following multi-movie sets:
Sean Connery 007 Collection Volume 1 (3 Disc)
Sean Connery 007 Collection Volume 1 (6 Disc)
Sean Connery 007 Collection Volume 1 (1 Blu-Ray Disc)



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From Russia With Love

"From Russia With Love" is the second in the list of James Bond movies. It was created based on the success of the first film, "Dr. No."

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Based on the 1957 Ian Fleming novel From Russia With Love, this was the second James Bond movie made by EON Productions. Sean Connery once again plays the MI6 Agent, 007. This movie was released in 1963, was produced by Albert R. Broccoli and Harry Saltzman, and was directed by Terence Young.

In From Russia With Love, Agent 007 is sent to Turkey to assist in the defection of Soviet consulate clerk Tatiana Romanova. What 007 doesn't know, it that SPECTRE plans to use this to avenge James Bond's killing of Dr. No.

United Artists approved From Russia With Love as the sequel to Dr. No, based on the success of Dr. No. They doubled the budget available to the producers to make From Russia With Love. Portions of the film were shot on location in Turkey, and the action scenes in Scotland and at Pinewood Studios in Buckinghamshire. There was a rush to complete the movie before its October 1963 release date, as production went over budget and off schedule. From Russia With Love took in $78 million in worldwide, more than the first James Bond film, Dr. No, and became a critical and commercial success.

Cast:

  • Sean Connery as James Bond
  • Daniela Bianchi as Tatiana Romanova
  • Pedro Armendáriz as Kerim Bey (as Pedro Armendariz)
  • Lotte Lenya as Rosa Klebb
  • Robert Shaw as Grant
  • Bernard Lee as M
  • Eunice Gayson as Sylvia Trench
  • Walter Gotell as Morzeny
  • Francis De Wolff as Vavra (as Francis de Wolff)
  • George Pastell as Train Conductor
  • Nadja Regin as Kerim's Girl
  • Lois Maxwell as Miss Moneypenny
  • Aliza Gur as Vida
  • Martine Beswick as Zora (also as Martin Beswick)
  • Vladek Sheybal as Kronsteen
  • Anthony Dawson as Ernst Blofeld (as ?)
  • Lisa Guiraut as Gypsy Dancer (as Leila)
  • Hasan Ceylan as Foreign Agent
  • Fred Haggerty as Krilencu
  • Neville Jason as Kerim's Chauffeur
  • Peter Bayliss as Benz
  • Nusret Ataer as Mehmet (as Nushet Ataer)
  • Peter Brayham as Rhoda
  • Desmond Llewelyn as Boothroyd
  • Jan Williams as Masseuse
  • Peter Madden as Mc Adams

Rest of Cast Listed Alphabetically:

  • Dorothea Bennett as Woman on Bridge in Venice (uncredited)
  • Andre Charisse as Hotel Concierge (uncredited)
  • Elizabeth Counsell as Woman in a Punt (uncredited)
  • Michael Culver as Man in a Punt (uncredited)
  • Hugo De Vernier as Hotel Porter (uncredited)
  • Arlette Dobson as Istanbul Hotel Receptionist (uncredited)
  • Moris Farhi as Gypsy (uncredited)
  • Victor Harrington as Chess Tournament Spectator (uncredited)
  • William Hill as Captain Nash (uncredited)
  • Barbara Jefford as Tatiana Romanova (voice) (uncredited)
  • John Ketteringham as James Bond (uncredited)
  • Muhammat Kohen as Mosque Tour Guide (uncredited)
  • Berkely Mather as Man (uncredited)
  • Julie Mendez as Girl Dancing During Opening Titles (uncredited)
  • Maitland Moss as Chess Umpire (uncredited)
  • Eric Pohlmann as Ernst Stavro Blofeld (voice) (uncredited)
  • Jacqueline Saltzman as Woman on Train (uncredited)
  • Bob Simmons as James Bond in Gunbarrel Sequence (uncredited)
  • Nikki Van der Zyl as Sylvia Trench / Receptionist (voice) (uncredited)
  • Bedri Çavusoglu as Police (uncredited)


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"From Russia With Love" is also part of the following multi-movie sets:
Sean Connery 007 Collection Volume 1 (3 Disc)
Sean Connery 007 Collection Volume 1 (6 Disc)
Sean Connery 007 Collection Volume 1 (1 Blu-Ray Disc)

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Goldfinger

"Goldfinger" is the third entry in the James Bond movie list, and also the third film staring Sean Connery as James Bond.

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The next mission for Agent 007 takes him to Fort Knox, where the evil Auric Goldfinger and his henchman are planning to steal the gold from Fort Knox and place the world economy in turmoil. James Bond must once again save the world. To do so, he must become friends with Goldfinger, avoid flying killer hats, and avoid Goldfinger's personal pilot, the ever so sexy Pussy Galore.

If you want proof that Sean Connery is the definitive James Bond, then owning Goldfinger (1964) on DVD will place that proof in your fingertips. Only Sean Connery could seduce women with such ease, kill with as much ease, and then effortlessly pull yet another bottle of Dom Perignon 1953 from the refrigerator.

Of the many movies in the James Bond series, Goldfinger contains many of the most memorable scenes. There is the scene of Jill Masterson (played by Shirley Eaton) covered in gold paint, lying dead on James Bond's bed. Also, the scene of Oddjob throwing his derby like a Frisbee and having the hat brim slice off the heads of his enemies. And who could forget the scene of James Bond strapped to a table, with the incredibly hot laser beam inching closer and closer to his crotch.

Pussy Galore (played by Honor Blackman) becomes the prototype for man hating female supermodels for this and future films in the Bond series. Actor Desmond Llewelyn makes his debut as Q, and Q gives James Bond a most impressive car, smoke screens and ejector seat included, and capable of shredding the tires of a car giving chase.

Cast (in credits order) verified as complete
  • Sean Connery as James Bond
  • Honor Blackman as Pussy Galore
  • Gert Fröbe as Auric Goldfinger (as Gert Frobe)
  • Shirley Eaton as Jill Masterson
  • Tania Mallet as Tilly Masterson
  • Harold Sakata as Oddjob (as Harold Sakata 'Tosh Togo')
  • Bernard Lee as 'M'
  • Martin Benson as Solo
  • Cec Linder as Felix Leiter
  • Austin Willis as Simmons
  • Lois Maxwell as Moneypenny
  • Bill Nagy as Midnight
  • Michael Mellinger as Kisch
  • Peter Cranwell as Johnny
  • Nadja Regin as Bonita
  • Richard Vernon as Smithers
  • Burt Kwouk as Mr. Ling
  • Desmond Llewelyn as 'Q'
  • Mai Ling as Mei-Lei
  • Varley Thomas as Swiss Gatekeeper
  • Margaret Nolan as Dink
  • John McLaren as Brigadier
  • Robert MacLeod as Atomic Specialist (as Robert Macleod)
  • Victor Brooks as Blacking
  • Alf Joint as Capungo
  • Gerry Duggan as Hawker
Rest of Cast Listed Alphabetically:
  • Peter Brace as South American Guard (uncredited)
  • Terence Brook as Security Officer at Airport (uncredited)
  • Anthony Chinn as Servant at Stud Farm (uncredited)
  • Marian Collins as Girlfriend of Goldfinger (uncredited)
  • Michael Collins as Auric Goldfinger (voice) (uncredited)
  • Denis Cowles as Brunskill (uncredited)
  • Carmen Dene as Purple Bikini Girl Near Pool (uncredited)
  • Hal Galili as Mr. Strap (uncredited)
  • Caron Gardner as Flying Circus Pilot (uncredited)
  • Lesley Hill as Flying Circus Pilot (uncredited)
  • George Leech as Man in Bulletproof Vest at Q Branch (uncredited)
  • Garry Marshall as Hoodlum (uncredited)
  • Aleta Morrison as Flying Circus Pilot (uncredited)
  • Tricia Muller as Sydney (uncredited)
  • Lenny Rabin as American Gangster (uncredited)
  • Janette Rowsell as Chambermaid (uncredited)
  • Bob Simmons as James Bond in Gunbarrel Sequence (uncredited)
  • Les Tremayne as Radio Newsman (voice) (uncredited)
  • Nikki Van der Zyl as Jill Masterson (voice) (uncredited)
  • Michael G. Wilson as Soldier at Fort Knox (uncredited)
  • Maggie Wright as Air Squadron Leader (uncredited)
  • Raymond Young as Sierra (uncredited)

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"Goldfinger" is also part of the following multi-movie sets:
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Sean Connery 007 Collection Volume 1 (6 Disc)
Sean Connery 007 Collection Volume 1 (1 Blu-Ray Disc)

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Thunderball

The fourth film in the list of James Bond movies is "Thurderball" and was Sean Connery's most successful movie.

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Thunderball is James Bond's fourth adventure. In this outing, James heads to the Bahamas, where a NATO bomber and its nuclear payload has disappeared into the ocean. Agent 007 (played by Sean Connery) is out to pick up the trail of SPECTRE's second in command, Emilio Largo (played by Adolfo Celi) and his mistress Domino (played by (Claudine Auger). James begins this adventure in a tiny health spa with a mechanized masseuse that runs amuck. He travels to the casinos of Nassau and quickly begins to pick up the trail of Largo and Domino. Equipped with the gadgets from "Q" (played by Desmond Llewelyn), James escapes an ambush by using a one-person jet pack and heads to the ocean to search for the NATO bomber. In the process, he battles Largo's pet man-eating sharks, followed by Largo's scuba equipped henchmen in a climatic underwater sequence.

Thunderball become Sean Connery's most successful film in the series, and was later redone with Sean again as Never Say Never Again after Sean's 12 year absence from the series.

Tom Jones sings the theme song, and the theme song becomes one of Tom Jones' greatest hits.

Cast (in credits order) verified as complete
  • Sean Connery as James Bond
  • Claudine Auger as Domino
  • Adolfo Celi as Largo
  • Luciana Paluzzi as Fiona
  • Rik Van Nutter as Felix Leiter
  • Guy Doleman as Count Lippe
  • Molly Peters as Patricia
  • Martine Beswick as Paula
  • Bernard Lee as 'M'
  • Desmond Llewelyn as 'Q'
  • Lois Maxwell as Moneypenny
  • Roland Culver as Foreign Secretary
  • Earl Cameron as Pinder
  • Paul Stassino as Palazzi
  • Rose Alba as Madame Boitier
  • Philip Locke as Vargas
  • George Pravda as Kutze
  • Michael Brennan as Janni
  • Leonard Sachs as Group Captain
  • Edward Underdown as Air Vice Marshal
  • Reginald Beckwith as Kenniston
  • Harold Sanderson as Hydrofoil Captain
Rest of Cast Listed Alphabetically:
  • Anthony Bailey as Radar Navigator (uncredited)
  • Gábor Baraker as SPECTRE Representative (uncredited)
  • Amelia Bayntun as Mrs. Karlski (uncredited)
  • Anthony Blackshaw as Sentry at RAF Base (uncredited)
  • Dana Broccoli as Cafe Martinique Dancer (uncredited)
  • Courtney Brown as SPECTRE Diver (uncredited)
  • Ian Bulloch as SPECTRE Henchman (uncredited)
  • Clive Cazes as SPECTRE Number 9 (uncredited)
  • Cecil Cheng as SPECTRE Number 7 (uncredited)
  • Michael Culver as Vulcan Bomber Crewman (uncredited)
  • Bill Cummings as Quist (uncredited)
  • Anthony Dawson as Ernst Stavro Blofeld (uncredited)
  • Henry Ford II as Extra at the Nassau Casino (uncredited)
  • Jack Gwillim as Senior RAF Staff Officer (uncredited)
  • Neil Hallett as Vulcan Bomber Pilot (uncredited)
  • Diane Hartford as Girl in Kiss Kiss Club (uncredited)
  • Philo Hauser as Mr. Karlski (uncredited)
  • Patrick Holt as Group Captain Dawson (uncredited)
  • Murray Kash as SPECTRE Number 11 (uncredited)
  • Suzy Kendall as Prue (uncredited)
  • George Leech as Disco Volante Crewman (uncredited)
  • André Maranne as SPECTRE Number 10 (uncredited)
  • Kevin McClory as Man Smoking at Nassau Casino (uncredited)
  • Albert Michel as Priest at Bouvar's Funeral (uncredited)
  • Mitsouko as Madame LaPorte (uncredited)
  • Derek Partridge as Vulcan Bomber Crewman (uncredited)
  • Eric Pohlmann as Ernst Stavro Blofeld (voice) (uncredited)
  • Lloyd Reckord as Pinder's Assistant (uncredited)
  • Robert Rietty as Emilio Largo (voice) (uncredited)
  • Peter Roy as 006 (uncredited)
  • Charles Russhon as Air Force Officer (uncredited)
  • Bill Sawyer as Ambulance Attendant (uncredited)
  • Bob Simmons as Colonel Jacques Bouvar - SPECTRE #6 (uncredited)
  • Philip Stone as SPECTRE Number 5 (uncredited)
  • Nikki Van der Zyl as Dominique 'Domino' Derval (voice) (uncredited)
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"Thunderball" is also part of the following multi-movie sets:
Sean Connery 007 Collection Volume 2 (3 Disc)
Sean Connery 007 Collection Volume 2 (6 Disc)
Sean Connery 007 Collection Volume 2 (1 Blu-Ray Disc)




You Only Live Twice

The fifth James Bond movie is "You Only Live Twice." This film adds more special effects to the movie than previous films.

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Once again, Sean Connery plays Agent 007. In this special effects filled film, James Bond travels to Japan to stop an evil plot to start a nuclear war between the Americans and the Russians.

Of all the James Bond films, many say this film has the best title song and it is performed by Nancy Sinatra. And others say this film is one of the weaker ones of the Sean Connery group of Agent 007 movies.

This time, the evil organization SPECTRE is out to start a world war, and the not-so-nasty villain behind the plan is the civilized Donald Pleasence. He is just not the level of villain expected in a James Bond movie.

Cast (in credits order) Verified As Complete

  • Sean Connery as James Bond
  • Akiko Wakabayashi as Aki
  • Mie Hama as Kissy
  • Tetsurô Tanba as Tiger Tanaka (as Tetsuro Tamba)
  • Teru Shimada as Mr. Osato
  • Karin Dor as Helga Brandt
  • Donald Pleasence as Blofeld
  • Bernard Lee as 'M'
  • Lois Maxwell as Miss Moneypenny
  • Desmond Llewelyn as 'Q'
  • Charles Gray as Henderson
  • Tsai Chin as Ling, Chinese Girl in Hong Kong
  • Peter Fanene Maivia as Car Driver
  • Burt Kwouk as Spectre 3
  • Michael Chow as Spectre 4
  • Ronald Rich as Hans, Blofeld's Bodyguard
  • Jeanne Roland as Bond's Masseuse
  • David Toguri as Assassin in Bedroom
  • John Stone as Submarine Captain
  • Norman Jones as Astronaut - 1st American Spacecraft
  • Paul Carson as Astronaut - 1st American Spacecraft
  • Laurence Herder as Astronaut - Russian Spacecraft
  • Richard Graydon as Astronaut - Russian Spacecraft
  • Bill Mitchell as Astronaut - 2nd American Spacecraft
  • George Roubicek as Astronaut - 2nd American Spacecraft
Rest of Cast Listed Alphabetically:

  • Anthony Ainley as Hong Kong Policeman #2 (uncredited)
  • Vic Armstrong as Ninja #1 (uncredited)
  • Robin Bailey as Foreign Secretary (uncredited)
  • George Baker as NASA Engineer (uncredited)
  • David Bauer as American Diplomat (uncredited)
  • Ed Bishop as Hawaii CapCom (uncredited)
  • Cecil Cheng as Control Room Technician (uncredited)
  • Anthony Chinn as SPECTRE Guard (uncredited)
  • Hans De Vries as Control Room Technician (uncredited)
  • Moris Farhi as Control Room Technician (uncredited)
  • Jonathan Hanson as Control Room Technician (uncredited)
  • Masaaki Hatsumi as Photographic Assistant to Tanaka on Train (uncredited)
  • David Healy as Houston Radar Operator (uncredited)
  • Sylvana Henriques as Japanese Fan Dancer (Silhouette) in Title Sequence (uncredited)
  • Andy Ho as Control Room Technician (uncredited)
  • Stephen Hubay as Control Room Technician (uncredited)
  • Robert Hutton as President's Aide (uncredited)
  • Patrick Jordan as Hong Kong Policeman #1 (uncredited)
  • Hisako Katakura as Blofeld's Financier (uncredited)
  • Michael Kennedy as Control Room Technician (uncredited)
  • Alexander Knox as American President (uncredited)
  • Kristopher Kum as Control Room Technician (uncredited)
  • Robert Lee as 2nd Chinese VIP (uncredited)
  • Mai Ling as Bath Girl #2 (uncredited)
  • Richard Marner as Russian Spacecraft Communicator (uncredited)
  • Kikko Matsuoka as Diver Girl (uncredited)
  • Basil Moss as British Navy Officer on Submarine (uncredited)
  • George Murcell as Russian Diplomat (uncredited)
  • Yasuko Nagazumi as Bath Girl #4 (uncredited)
  • Bill Nagy as USAF General at Pentagon (uncredited)
  • James Payne as Man at Typewriter in Office (uncredited)
  • Robert Rietty as Tiger Tanaka (voice) (uncredited)
  • Shane Rimmer as Hawaii Radar Operator (uncredited)
  • Sadanoyama as Japanese Sumo Wrestler (uncredited)
  • William Sylvester as Pentagon Official (uncredited)
  • Peter Taylor as Control Room Technician (uncredited)
  • Francesca Tu as Osato's Secretary (uncredited)
  • Burnell Tucker as Hawaii Control Room Technician (uncredited)
  • Zsolt Vadaszffy as Control Room Technician (uncredited)
  • Nikki Van der Zyl as Kissy Suzuki (voice) (uncredited)
  • Jeffrey Wickham as Russian Control Room Officer (uncredited)
  • Brian Wilde as 1st Policeman (uncredited)
  • Yee-Wah Yang as Bath Girl #3 (uncredited)
  • Tommy Yapp as Control Room Technician (uncredited)
  • Ric Young as Chinese Agent (uncredited)


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"You Only Live Twice" is also part of the following multi-movie sets:
Sean Connery 007 Collection Volume 2 (3 Disc)
Sean Connery 007 Collection Volume 2 (6 Disc)
Sean Connery 007 Collection Volume 2 (1 Blu-Ray Disc)




On Her Majesty's Secret Service

"On Her Majesty's Secret Service" is the sixth entry in the list of James Bond movies, and the only one featuring George Lazenby as James Bond.

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Agent 007 once again goes undercover, this time to the Swiss Alps. The ski slopes are dangerous with heavily armed skiers in pursuit of James with stunts and tricks galore. George Lazenby takes on the role of James Bond in this action packed thriller. James even finds love with the beautiful and seductive Tract Di Vicenzo (played by Diana Rigg). But it would not be a Bond movie without the evil villain, Blofeld, (played by Telly Savalas) who is plotting a germ warfare scheme that could kill millions of people.

When Sean Connery (prematurely it turns out) retired from the role of James Bond, Austrailian model George Lazenby took on the mantle of the suave secret agent. While Sean Connery did return in Diamond Are Forever before leaving the role of James Bond to Roger Moore, and George Lazenby's subsequent career never took off, this film, On Her Majesty's Secret Service turns out to be on of the best Bond films ever.

In On Her Majesty's Secret Service, 007 leaves the Service to privately pursue his SPECTRE nemesis Blofeld (played this time by Telly Savalas), whose latest master plan involves a threat to the world's crops by agricultural sterilization.  Bond teams up with suave international crime lord Draco (Gabriele Ferzetti) and falls in love with--and marries--his elegant daughter, Tracy (Diana Rigg).  Bond goes monogamous?  Not at first; after all he has Blofeld's harem to seduce.  Lazenby hasn't the intensity of Connery but he has fun with his quips and even lampoons the Bond image in a playful pre-credits sequence, and Rigg, fresh from playing sexy Emma Peel in The Avengers, matches 007 in every way.  Former editor Peter Hunt makes a strong directorial debut, deftly handling the elaborate action sequences--including a car chase turned road rally through the icy snow--with a kinetic finesse and a dash of humor.  Though not a hit on its original release, On Her Majesty's Secret Service has become a fan favorite and the closest the series has come to capturing the spirit of Ian Fleming's books. --Sean Axmaker

Cast (in credits order) Verified As Complete

  • George Lazenby as James Bond
  • Diana Rigg as Tracy
  • Telly Savalas as Blofeld
  • Gabriele Ferzetti as Draco
  • Ilse Steppat as Irma Bunt
  • Lois Maxwell as Moneypenny
  • George Baker as Sir Hilary Bray
  • Bernard Lee as 'M'
  • Bernard Horsfall as Campbell
  • Desmond Llewelyn as 'Q'
  • Yuri Borionko as Grunther (as Yuri Borienko)
  • Virginia North as Olympe
  • Geoffrey Cheshire as Toussaint
  • Irvin Allen as Che Che
  • Terence Mountain as Raphael (as Terry Mountain)
  • John Gay as Hammond
  • James Bree as Gebrüder Gumbold
  • Angela Scoular as Ruby
  • Catherine Schell as Nancy (as Catherina Von Schell)
  • Julie Ege as The Scandinavian Girl
  • Mona Chong as The Chinese Girl
  • Sylvana Henriques as The Jamaican Girl
  • Sally Sheridan as The American Girl (as Dani Sheridan)
  • Joanna Lumley as The English Girl
  • Zaheera as The Indian Girl (as Zara)
  • Anouska Hempel as The Australian Girl (as Anoushka Hempel)
  • Ingrid Back as The German Girl (as Ingrit Back)
  • Helena Ronee as The Israeli Girl
  • Jenny Hanley as The Irish Girl

Rest of Cast Listed Alphabetically:

  • Sam Ammon as Piz Gloria Guard (uncredited)
  • David Brandon as Piz Gloria Guard (uncredited)
  • George Cooper as Waiter (uncredited)
  • Leslie Crawford as Waiter (uncredited)
  • John Crewdson as Draco's Helicopter Pilot (uncredited)
  • David de Keyser as Draco (voice) (uncredited)
  • Takis Emmanuel as Kleff (uncredited)
  • Thomas Gould as Blofeld's Man (uncredited)
  • Richard Graydon as Draco's Driver (uncredited)
  • Brian Grellis as Aide to Sir Hilary Bray (uncredited)
  • Reg Harding as Waiter (uncredited)
  • Peter R. Hunt as Man Reflected in Universal Export Sign (uncredited)
  • Dudley Jones as Hall Porter (uncredited)
  • George Leech as Strangled SPECTRE Skier (uncredited)
  • Martin Leyden as Chef de Jeu Hussier (uncredited)
  • Bessie Love as American Guest (uncredited)
  • Norman McGlen as Janitor (uncredited)
  • Bill Morgan Kleff, Draco's Man (uncredited)
  • Willy Oehrli as Piz Gloria Guard (uncredited)
  • Steve Plytas as Greek Tycoon (uncredited)
  • Lenny Rabin as Casino Guest (uncredited)
  • Robert Rietty as Casino Baccarat Official (uncredited)
  • Guerra Rugosto as Waiter (uncredited)
  • Andreas Schlunegger as Piz Gloria Guard (uncredited)
  • Hans Schlunegger as Piz Gloria Guard (uncredited)
  • Elliott Sullivan as American Guest (uncredited)
  • Salli Tomaso as Waiter (uncredited)
  • Nikki Van der Zyl as Various (voice) (uncredited)
  • Joseph Vasa as Piz Gloria Receptionist (uncredited)
  • Rudi Wehren as Piz Gloria Guard (uncredited)
  • Brian Worth as Manuel (uncredited)
  • Bruno Zryd as Piz Gloria Guard (uncredited)
  • Stefan Zürcher as Piz Gloria Guard (uncredited)


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Diamonds Are Forever

While "Diamonds Are Forever" is the seventh film in the James Bond movie list, it is the sixth film for Sean Connery as James Bond.

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In this adventure, Agent 007 is investigating the diamond market underworld. He gets assistance from a gorgeous diamond smuggler to fight with Blofeld, his evil nemesis. Blofeld is stockpiling gems to be used in an earth destroying laser satellite.

After You Only Live Twice, Sean Connery retired from the James Bond series of movies. The next movie, On Her Majesty's Secret Service, George Lazenby took on the role of James Bond. Then Sean Connery was lured back to the series for one last official appearance as James Bond in Diamonds Are Forever. And in Diamonds Are Forever he is in fine form. He is cool, but ruthless, and in the precredits sequence he is hunting the unkillable Blofeld. But the story is full of groaning tongue-in-cheek gags that would later become the signature of future Bond actor Roger Moore. Goldfinger director Guy Hamilton keeps the film zipping along gamely from one entertaining set piece to another, including a terrific car chase in a parking lot, a battle with a pair of bikini-clad killer gymnasts named Bambi and Thumper, and a deadly game with a bizarre pair of fey, sardonic killers who dispatch their victims with elaborate invention. Jill St. John is the brassy but not too bright American smuggler Tiffany Case, and country singer and pork sausage king Jimmy Dean costars as a reclusive billionaire with not-so-subtle parallels to Howard Hughes. Shirley Bassey belts out the memorable theme song, one of the series' best. Connery retired again after this one but he returned once more, for Never Say Never Again 15 years later for a rival production company. --Sean Axmaker

Cast (in credits order) Verified As Complete

  • Sean Connery as James Bond
  • Jill St. John as Tiffany Case
  • Charles Gray as Blofeld
  • Lana Wood as Plenty O'Toole
  • Jimmy Dean as Willard Whyte
  • Bruce Cabot as Saxby
  • Putter Smith as Mr. Kidd
  • Bruce Glover as Mr. Wint
  • Norman Burton as Leiter
  • Joseph Fürst as Dr Metz (as Joseph Furst)
  • Bernard Lee as 'M'
  • Desmond Llewelyn as 'Q'
  • Leonard Barr as Shady Tree
  • Lois Maxwell as Moneypenny
  • Margaret Lacey as Mrs. Whistler
  • Joe Robinson as Peter Franks
  • David de Keyser as Doctor (as David De Keyser)
  • Laurence Naismith as Sir Donald Munger
  • David Bauer as Mr. Slumber
Rest of Cast Listed Alphabetically:

  • Sammy Davis Jr. as Casino Player (scenes deleted)
  • Sid Haig as Slumber Inc. Attendant (uncredited: in closing credits)
  • Marc Lawrence as Slumber Inc. Attendant (uncredited: in closing credits)
  • John Abineri as Airline Representative (uncredited)
  • Ray Baker as Helicopter Pilot (uncredited)
  • Ed Bishop as Klaus Hergersheimer (uncredited)
  • Nicky Blair as Doorman (uncredited)
  • Larry J. Blake as Water Balloon Game Barker-Operator (uncredited)
  • Ed Call as Maxie (uncredited)
  • George Lane Cooper as SPECTRE Agent (uncredited)
  • Dick Crockett as Crane Operator (uncredited)
  • Catherine Deeney as Welfare Worker (uncredited)
  • Gary Dubin as Boy (uncredited)
  • Clifford Earl as Immigration Officer (uncredited)
  • Mark Elwes as Sir Donald's Secretary (uncredited)
  • Brinsley Forde as Houseboy (uncredited)
  • Constantine Gregory as Aide to Metz (uncredited)
  • David Healy as Vandenburg Launch Director (uncredited)
  • Karl Held as Agent (uncredited)
  • Roy Hollis as Las Vegas Sheriff (uncredited)
  • Bill Hutchinson as Moon Crater Controller (uncredited)
  • Janos Kurucz as Aide to Metz (uncredited)
  • Lola Larson as Bambi (uncredited)
  • Debbie Letteau as Girl on the Corner (uncredited)
  • Frank Mann as Moon Crater Guard (uncredited)
  • Connie Mason as Woman at Whyte House (uncredited)
  • Don Messick as Announcer at Circus Circus (uncredited)
  • Burt Metcalfe as Maxwell (uncredited)
  • Johnny Miller as Gunman (uncredited)
  • Terence Mountain as 1st Guard (uncredited)
  • Frank Olegario as Man in Fez (uncredited)
  • Trina Parks as Thumper (uncredited)
  • Denise Perrier as Marie (uncredited)
  • Valerie Perrine as Shady Tree's Acorn (uncredited)
  • Shane Rimmer as Tom (uncredited)
  • Henry Rowland as Dr. Tynan (uncredited)
  • Gordon Ruttan as Vandenburg Aide (uncredited)
  • Jay Sarno as Sideshow Barker (uncredited)
  • Tom Steele as W Technologies Gate Guard (uncredited)
  • Michael Valente as Slumber Inc. Attendant (uncredited)
  • E.J. 'Tex' Young as Craps Dealer (uncredited)

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"Diamonds Are Forever" is also part of the following multi-movie sets:
Sean Connery 007 Collection Volume 2 (3 Disc)
Sean Connery 007 Collection Volume 2 (6 Disc)
Sean Connery 007 Collection Volume 2 (1 Blu-Ray Disc)




Live and Let Die

The eighth of the James Bond movies is "Live and Let Die", and begins a series of films starring Roger Moore as James Bond.

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Agent 007 is on the trial of a heroin smuggling ring, going from New York to Jamaica. In the process, he narrowly escapes alligators and one armed gangsters. But the question is, can he escape the voodoo?

This is the action and adventure movie that introduces Roger Moore as James Bond, Agent 007. He creates a James Bond that is more formal and suave than the James Bond acted by Sean Connery. In doing so, Roger Moore resets Bond as an uncomplicated and wooden fellow, contrary to the general feel good '70s. This film also marks a shift in the direction of Bond films from the more character driven stories of the earlier Sean Connery movies to more of a 'plastic action' film with more chases and stunts.

In Live and Let Die, the story finds Bond fighting an international drug dealer. While many would find this slightly relevant, it is not the same level as fighting a supervillian such as Goldfinger.

Cast (in credits order) Verified As Complete

  • Roger Moore as James Bond-007 / James Bond
  • Yaphet Kotto as Kananga / Mr. Big
  • Jane Seymour as Solitaire
  • Clifton James as Sheriff Pepper
  • Julius Harris as Tee Hee (as Julius W. Harris)
  • Geoffrey Holder as Baron Samedi
  • David Hedison as Leiter
  • Gloria Hendry as Rosie
  • Bernard Lee as 'M'
  • Lois Maxwell as Moneypenny
  • Tommy Lane as Adam
  • Earl Jolly Brown as Whisper
  • Roy Stewart as Quarrel
  • Lon Satton as Strutter
  • Arnold Williams as Cab Driver 1
  • Ruth Kempf as Mrs. Bell
  • Joie Chitwood as Charlie
  • Madeline Smith as Beautiful Girl
  • Michael Ebbin as Dambala
  • Kubi Chaza as Sales Girl
  • Brenda Arnau as Singer (as B. J. Arnau)

Rest of Cast Listed Alphabetically:

  • Robert Dix as Hamilton (uncredited)
  • James Drake as Dawes (uncredited)
  • Dennis Edwards as Baines (uncredited)
  • Stocker Fontelieu as Wedding Guest (uncredited)
  • Lance Gordon as Eddie, State Trooper (uncredited)
  • Stephen Hendrickson as Mr. Bleeker (uncredited)
  • Roy Hollis as Louisiana Sheriff (uncredited)
  • Dan Jackson as Fillet of Soul Waiter (uncredited)
  • Della McCrae as Tribal Dancer (uncredited)
  • Marc Smith as UN Worker (uncredited)
  • Don Topping as San Monique Emcee (uncredited)
  • Nikki Van der Zyl as Solitaire (voice) (uncredited)
  • Gabor Vernon as Hungarian Delegate (uncredited)
  • Sylvia Kuumba Williams as Crying Woman (uncredited)


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The Man With the Golden Gun

The list of James Bond movies grows to nine with the addition of "The Man With The Golden Gun".

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Agent 007, James Bond, is in the cross hairs of an assassin.  To survive this adventure, he will need all of his instincts, lethal and otherwise, and all of his seductive charm.  Once again, Roger Moore becomes James Bond to face off against assassin Francisco Scaramanga (played by Christopher Lee).  The Man With the Golden Gun delivers non-stop action, from an awesome auto chase through Bangkok to a fight with an entire martial arts school.

Agent 007, the British super spy with a license to kill, takes on Scaramanga, the classy assassin who kills his targets with golden bullets for a mere $1 million a hit.  In his second film as James Bond, Roger Moore meets Christopher Lee's Scaramanga, one of the most magnetic villains in the entire series of James Bond movies. In The Man With the Golden Gun, Bond's search takes him through several Asian countries; Hong Kong, Bangkok, and eventually China.  In China, Bond reaches Scaramanga's island retreat, which is also Scaramanga's location of a theme park for a deadly game of wits between Scaramanga and his adversaries.  And the game of wits gets moderated by Friday Nick Nack (Fantasy Island's Hervé Villechaize).  Actress Britt Ekland looks wonderful in a bikini, but her character, Mary Goodnight, comes off as the most inept Bond girl ever. Mary Goodnight is a clumsy and a dim agent. On the other hand, Maud Adams plays Scaramanga's lover and assistant does well enough in this movie to come back as the title character in the Bond movie Octopussy.  The redneck sheriff from Live and Let Die, played by Clifton Davis, makes an embarrassing and ill-advised appearance as a racist tourist.  He teams up with Agent 007 in what is otherwise the film's highlight, a high-energy chase through the crowded streets of Bangkok that climaxes with a breathtaking midair corkscrew jump.

Unfortunately, Bond and company are let down by a lazy script.  But Moore balances the overplayed humor with a steely performance. Christopher Lee's charm and enthusiasm makes Scaramanga a cool, deadly, and thoroughly enchanting adversary.

Cast (in credits order) Verified As Complete

  • Roger Moore as James Bond-007 / James Bond
  • Christopher Lee as Scaramanga
  • Britt Ekland as Goodnight
  • Maud Adams as Andrea
  • Hervé Villechaize as Nick Nack (as Herve Villechaize)
  • Clifton James as J. W. Pepper
  • Richard Loo as Hai Fat
  • Soon-Tek Oh as Hip (as Soon-Taik Oh)
  • Marc Lawrence as Rodney
  • Bernard Lee as 'M'
  • Lois Maxwell as Moneypenny
  • Marne Maitland as Lazar
  • Desmond Llewelyn as 'Q'
  • James Cossins as Colthorpe
  • Yao Lin Chen as Chula (as Chan Yiu Lam)
  • Carmen Du Sautoy as Saida (as Carmen Sautoy)
  • Gerald James as Frazier
  • Michael Osborne as Naval Lieutenant
  • Michael Fleming as Communications Officer

Rest of Cast Listed Alphabetically:

  • Sonny Caldinez as Kra (uncredited)
  • Leslie Crawford as Cowboy in Fun House (uncredited)
  • Gordon Everett as Gibson (uncredited)
  • Michael Goodliffe as Chief of Staff Bill Tanner (uncredited)
  • Ray Marioni as Al Capone (uncredited)
  • Terence Plummer as Beirut Thug (uncredited)
  • George Silver as Fat Beirut Thug (uncredited)
  • Rocky Taylor as Beirut Thug (uncredited)
  • Francoise Therry as Chew Mee (uncredited)
  • Master Toddy as Martial Arts Student That Fights Hip's Nieces (uncredited)
  • Nikki Van der Zyl as Chew Mee / various (voice) (uncredited)
  • Joie Vejjajiva as Cha, Hip's Niece #2 (uncredited)
  • Wei Wei Wong as Bottoms Up Waitress (uncredited)
  • Qiu Yuen as Nara, Hip's Niece #1 (uncredited)


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The Spy Who Loved Me

"The Spy Who Loved Me" expands the James Bond Movie List to ten films and is the third film with Roger Moore as James Bond.

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Nobody does it better than Bond, and he proves it once more in this explosively entertaining adventure that takes him from the Egyptian pyramids to the ocean floor to a gravity-defying mountaintop ski chase! Roger Moore brings inimitable style to Agent 007.

The best of the James Bond adventures starring Roger Moore as tuxedoed Agent 007, this globe-trotting thriller introduced the steel-toothed Jaws (played by seven-foot-two-inch-tall actor Richard Kiel) as one of the most memorable and indestructible Bond villains. Jaws is so tenacious, in fact, that Moore looks genuinely frightened, and that adds to the abundant fun. This time Bond teams up with yet another lovely Russian agent (Barbara Bach) to track a pair of nuclear submarines that the nefarious Stromberg (Curt Jürgens) plans to use in his plot to start World War III. Featuring lavish sets designed by the great Ken Adam (Dr. Strangelove), The Spy Who Loved Me is a galaxy away from the suave Sean Connery exploits of the 1960s, but the film works perfectly as grandiose entertainment. From cavernous undersea lairs to the vast horizons of Egypt, this Bond thriller keeps its tongue firmly in cheek with a plot tailor-made for daredevil escapism. --Jeff Shannon

Cast (in credits order) Verified As Complete
  • Roger Moore as James Bond
  • Barbara Bach as Major Anya Amasova / Agent XXX
  • Curd Jürgens as Karl Stromberg (as Curt Jurgens)
  • Richard Kiel as Jaws
  • Caroline Munro as Naomi
  • Walter Gotell as General Anatol Gogol
  • Geoffrey Keen as Sir Frederick Gray
  • Bernard Lee as M
  • George Baker as Captain Benson
  • Michael Billington as Sergei Barsov
  • Olga Bisera as Felicca
  • Desmond Llewelyn as Q
  • Edward de Souza as Sheikh Hosein (as Edward De Souza)
  • Vernon Dobtcheff as Max Kalba
  • Valerie Leon as Hotel Receptionist
  • Lois Maxwell as Miss Moneypenny
  • Sydney Tafler as Liparus Captain
  • Nadim Sawalha as Aziz Fekkesh
  • Sue Vanner as Log Cabin Girl
  • Eva Reuber-Staier as Rubelvitch (as Eva Rueber-Staier)
  • Robert Brown as Admiral Hargreaves
  • Marilyn Galsworthy as Stromberg's Assistant
  • Milton Reid as Sandor
  • Cyril Shaps as Dr. Bechmann
  • Milo Sperber as Prof. Markovitz
  • Albert Moses as Barman
  • Rafiq Anwar as Cairo Club Waiter
  • Felicity York as Arab Beauty
  • Dawn Rodrigues as Arab Beauty
  • Anika Pavel as Arab Beauty
  • Jill Goodall as Arab Beauty
  • Shane Rimmer as Commander Carter
  • Bob Sherman as USS Wayne Crewman
  • Doyle Richmond as USS Wayne Crewman
  • Murray Salem as USS Wayne Crewman
  • John Truscott as USS Wayne Crewman
  • Peter Whitman as USS Wayne Crewman
  • Ray Hassett as USS Wayne Crewman
  • Vincent Marzello as USS Wayne Crewman
  • Nicholas Campbell as USS Wayne Crewman
  • Ray Evans as USS Wayne Crewman
  • Anthony Forrest as USS Wayne Crewman
  • Garrick Hagon as USS Wayne Crewman
  • Ray Jewers as USS Wayne Crewman
  • George Mallaby as USS Wayne Crewman
  • Christopher Muncke as USS Wayne Crewman
  • Anthony Pullen Shaw as USS Wayne Crewman (as Anthony Pullen)
  • Robert Sheedy as USS Wayne Crewman
  • Don Staiton as USS Wayne Crewman
  • Eric Stine as USS Wayne Crewman
  • Stephen Temperley as USS Wayne Crewman
  • Dean Warwick as USS Wayne Crewman
  • Bryan Marshall as Commander Talbot
  • Michael Howarth as HMS Ranger Crewman
  • Kim Fortune as HMS Ranger Crewman
  • Barry Andrews as HMS Ranger Crewman
  • Kevin McNally as HMS Ranger Crewman
  • Jeremy Bulloch as HMS Ranger Crewman
  • Sean Bury as HMS Ranger Crewman
  • John Sarbutt as HMS Ranger Crewman
  • David Auker as HMS Ranger Crewman
  • Dennis Blanch as HMS Ranger Crewman
  • Keith Buckley as HMS Ranger Crewman
  • Jonathan Bury as HMS Ranger Crewman
  • Nick Ellsworth as HMS Ranger Crewman
  • Tom Gerrard as HMS Ranger Crewman
  • Kazik Michalski as HMS Ranger Crewman
  • Keith Morris as HMS Ranger Crewman
  • John Salthouse as HMS Ranger Crewman
  • George Roubicek as Stromberg One Captain
  • Lenny Rabin as Liparus Crewman
  • Irvin Allen as Stromberg One Crewman
  • Yashaw Adem as Stromberg One Crewman (as Yasher Adem)
  • Peter Ensor as Stromberg One Crewman
Rest of Cast Listed Alphabetically:
  • Roy Alon as Russian Sub Crewman (uncredited)
  • Paul Bannon as Sub Mariner (uncredited)
  • Jack Cooper as Cortina Gunman #1 (uncredited)
  • Jeremy Coote as Guard in Submarine Pen (uncredited)
  • Brian Gwaspari as Tanker Crewman (uncredited)
  • George Leech as Cortina Gunman #2 (uncredited)
  • Ralph Morse as Skier (uncredited)
  • Bob Simmons as KGB Thug #2 (uncredited)
  • Victor Tourjansky as Man with Bottle (uncredited)
  • Chris Webb as KGB Thug #1 (uncredited)
  • Jeremy Wilkin as Captain Forsyth (uncredited)
  • Michael G. Wilson as Man in the Audience at the Pyramid Theatre (uncredited)

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Moonraker

Number eleven on the list of James Bond movies is "Moonraker."

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The success of the Star Wars movie influenced Moonraker, as it was the first Bond movie produced after Star Wars.  This movie jumped into popular science fiction genre bandwagon of the time.  It combined the cool, calm, and suave appeal of Agent 007 with the high-tech hardware and special effects of the science fiction movies of the time.  This movie attempted to switch from the razzle-dazzle of The Spy Who Loved Me to the trend of the time, but ended up with a slight case of overkill; even though it brought Jaws, the steel toothed villain (played by Richard Kiel) back.  Despite the slight overkill, this film was a major hit in the theaters.

In Moonraker, Agent 007 is up against a criminal industrialist name Drax (played by Michel Lonsdale).  Drax has built an orbiting space station from where he wants to control the world.  Bond, well groomed as always, with the help of a beautiful scientist, thwarts Drax's scheme. The movie climaxes in grand scale and style with a battle of space shuttles and ray guns.

While the film was a popular success, this is one that just did not get off the ground.  It appears someone forgot it is the character of Bond, not all the gadgets and special effects that keeps the Bond series of movies a success.  While some consider Roger Moore's performance is this movie as passive, there are some Bond fans that consider this movie one of the best in the series.

Cast (in credits order) Verified As Complete
  • Roger Moore as James Bond
  • Lois Chiles as Dr. Holly Goodhead
  • Michael Lonsdale as Hugo Drax
  • Richard Kiel as Jaws
  • Corinne Cléry as Corinne Dufour
  • Bernard Lee as M
  • Geoffrey Keen as Sir Frederick Gray
  • Desmond Llewelyn as Q
  • Lois Maxwell as Miss Moneypenny
  • Toshirô Suga as Chang (as Toshiro Suga)
  • Emily Bolton as Manuela
  • Blanche Ravalec as Dolly - Jaws' Girlfriend
  • Irka Bochenko as Blonde Beauty
  • Mike Marshall as Col. Scott (as Michael Marshall)
  • Leila Shenna as Hostess Private Jet
  • Anne Lonnberg as Museum Guide
  • Jean-Pierre Castaldi as Pilot Private Jet (as Jean Pierre Castaldi)
  • Walter Gotell as General Anatol Gogol
  • Douglas Lambert as Mission Control Director
  • Arthur Howard as Cavendish
  • Alfie Bass as Consumptive Italian
  • Brian Keith as U.S. Shuttle Captain
  • George Birt as Captain - Boeing 747
  • Kim Fortune as R.A.F. Officer
  • Lizzie Warville as Russian Girl
  • Johnny Traber's Troupe as Funambulists
  • Nicholas Arbez as Drax's Boy
  • Guy Di Rigo as Ambulanceman
  • Chris Dillinger as Drax's Technician
  • Claude Carliez as Gondolier
  • Georges Beller as Drax's Technician
  • Denis Seurat as Officer - Boeing 747
  • Chichinou Kaeppler as Drax's Girl - Signora Del Mateo
  • Christina Hui as Drax's Girl
  • Françoise Gayat as Drax's Girl - Lady Victoria Devon (as Francoise Gayat)
  • Nicaise Jean-Louis as Drax's Girl
  • Catherine Serre as Drax's Girl - Countess Labinsky
  • Béatrice Libert as Drax's Girl - Mademoiselle Deradier (as Beatrice Libert)
Rest of Cast Listed Alphabetically:
  • Ken Adam as Man at St. Marks Square (uncredited)
  • Jean-Louis Airola as Drax Radarman 2 (uncredited)
  • S. Newton Anderson as Samuel (uncredited)
  • Jenny Arasse as Bit Part (uncredited)
  • Michel Berreur as Venice Boat Pilot (uncredited)
  • Daniel Breton as Fighting Monk / Spatial Base Guard (uncredited)
  • Albert R. Broccoli as Man at St. Marks Square (uncredited)
  • Dana Broccoli as Woman at St. Mark's Square (uncredited)
  • George Lane Cooper as Space Fighter (uncredited)
  • Jack Cooper as Space Fighter (uncredited)
  • Guy Delorme as Tree Assassin (uncredited)
  • Eddie Eddon as Space Fighter (uncredited)
  • Benoît Ferreux as Moonraker Pilot (uncredited)
  • Patrick Floersheim as Moonraker Pilot (uncredited)
  • Terry Forrestal as Space Fighter (uncredited)
  • David Gabison as Technician in Drax Launching Site (uncredited)
  • Lewis Gilbert as Man at St. Mark's Square (uncredited)
  • Richard Graydon as Space Fighter (uncredited)
  • Rika Hofmann as Model (uncredited)
  • Peter Howitt as Rio de Janeiro Hotel Manager (uncredited)
  • Dominique Hulin as (uncredited)
  • W.C. 'Chunky' Huse as Sailor at St. Mark's Square (uncredited)
  • Carlos Kurt as Airport Metal Detector Guard (uncredited)
  • Melinda Maxwell as Drax's Girl (uncredited)
  • Marc Mazza as Technician in Venini Laboratory (uncredited)
  • Alexandra Middendorf as Moonraker Launch Technician (uncredited)
  • Patrick Morin as Painter at St. Mark's Square (uncredited)
  • Ralph Morse as Astronaut (uncredited)
  • Daniel Perche as Drax Radarman 1 (uncredited)
  • Jacques Pisias as Waiter at St. Mark's Square (uncredited)
  • Jean Rupert as Technician in Venini laboratory (uncredited)
  • Marc Smith as Tannoy voice (uncredited)
  • John Sullivan as Space Fighter (uncredited)
  • Victor Tourjansky as Man with Bottle (uncredited)
  • Jean Tournier as Painter at St. Mark's Square (uncredited)
  • Nikki Van der Zyl as Corinne Dufour (voice) (uncredited)
  • Herma Vos as Astronaut (uncredited)
  • Malcolm Weaver as Space Fighter (uncredited)
  • Paul Weston as Space Fighter (uncredited)
  • Michael G. Wilson as Man Outside Venini Glass / NASA Technician / Man on Bridge (uncredited)


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For Your Eyes Only

"For Your Eyes Only" is the twelfth entry on the James Bond Movie List and the fifth with Roger Moore in the lead role.

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With the sinking of a ship carrying a powerful ATAC system used to control Polaris Class submarines, a frantic search by multiple international superpowers ensues. As the search proceeds the competition and deadliness escalates. Agent 007 suspects Kristatos (played by Julian Glover) has gotten the ATAC system, and 007 gains an ally in Melina Havelock (played by Caroline Bouquet), who blames Kristatos for the death of her parents.

As with most Bond films, there is on going action, in the chases, in the battles, and with the beautiful women. This film brings in a breathtaking tour of a razor sharp coral reef and a cliffhanging assault of a mountaintop fortress.

Cast (in credits order) Verified As Complete

  • Roger Moore as James Bond
  • Carole Bouquet as Melina Havelock
  • Topol as Milos Columbo
  • Lynn-Holly Johnson as Bibi Dahl
  • Julian Glover as Kristatos
  • Cassandra Harris as Lisl
  • Jill Bennett as Jacoba Brink
  • Michael Gothard as Locque
  • John Wyman as Erich Kriegler
  • Jack Hedley as Sir Timothy Havelock
  • Lois Maxwell as Miss Moneypenny
  • Desmond Llewelyn as Q
  • Geoffrey Keen as Minister of Defence
  • Walter Gotell as General Gogol
  • James Villiers as Tanner
  • John Moreno as Ferrara
  • Charles Dance as Claus
  • Paul Angelis as Karageorge
  • Toby Robins as Iona Havelock
  • Jack Klaff as Apostis
  • Alkis Kritikos as Santos
  • Stag Theodore as Nikos
  • Stefan Kalipha as Hector Gonzales
  • Graham Crowden as First Sea Lord
  • Noel Johnson as Vice Admiral
  • William Hoyland as McGregor
  • Paul Brooke as Bunky
  • Eva Reuber-Staier as Rublevich (as Eva Rueber-Staier)
  • Fred Bryant as Vicar
  • Robbin Young as Girl in Flower Shop
  • Graham Hawkes as Mantis Man
  • John Wells as Denis Thatcher
  • Janet Brown as The Prime Minister

Rest of Cast Listed Alphabetically:

  • Maureen Bennett as Sharon, Q's Assistant (uncredited)
  • Andy Bradford as Guard at St. Cyril (uncredited)
  • Jeremy Bulloch as Smithers (uncredited)
  • Clive Curtis as González Henchman (uncredited)
  • Lalla Dean as Girl at Pool (uncredited)
  • Evelyn Drogue as Girl at Pool (uncredited)
  • Sheena Easton as Herself - Singer in Title Sequence (uncredited)
  • Peter Fontaine as Captain of the St. Georges (uncredited)
  • Cornelius Garrett as Trawler Navy Officer (uncredited)
  • Laurie Goode as Skier (uncredited)
  • Laoura Hadzivageli as Girl at Pool (uncredited)
  • John Hollis as Ernst Stavro Blofeld (uncredited)
  • Michel Julienne as Henchman Driver (uncredited)
  • Koko as Girl at Pool (uncredited)
  • Chai Lee as Girl at Pool (uncredited)
  • George Leech as Henchman Shark Victim (uncredited)
  • Kim Mills as Girl at Pool (uncredited)
  • Debbie Newsome as Girl in Cortina (uncredited)
  • Greg Powell as Henchman Shot by Melina (uncredited)
  • Lenny Rabin as Ski-Jump Spectator (uncredited)
  • Robert Rietty as Ernst Stavro Blofeld (voice) (uncredited)
  • Vanya Seager as Girl Who Kisses Henchman (uncredited)
  • Bob Simmons as Henchman Lotus Explosion Victim (uncredited)
  • George Sweeney as Helicopter Pilot (uncredited)
  • Victor Tourjansky as Man with Wine Glass (uncredited)
  • Tula as Girl at Pool (uncredited)
  • Max Vesterhalt as Girl at Casino (uncredited)
  • Viva as Girl at Pool (uncredited)
  • Lizzie Warville as Girl at Pool (uncredited)
  • Michael G. Wilson as Greek Priest at Wedding (uncredited)
  • Alison Worth as Girl at Pool (uncredited)

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Octopussy

The thirteenth entry on the list of James Bond movies is "Octopussy" also starring Roger Moore.

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Off to join the circus, well not quite, but this adventure does have Agent 007 at the circus.  A fellow British agent was murdered and found in his hand is a priceless Faberge egg.  At an auction, Kamal Kahn purchases the priceless egg, but Bond's suspicions become aroused when he sees Kamal Kahn meet with the Russian General Orlov.  Bond later discovers that Kahn and Orlov have a plan to blow up a nuclear device at an American Air Force Base.  To counter the plan, Bond teams up with a circus group, which is also headed by the beautiful Octopussy, and Octopussy is a close friend of Kahn, one of the plans leaders.  Will the plan be foiled, or will the plan start World War 3?

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  • Roger Moore as James Bond
  • Maud Adams as Octopussy
  • Louis Jourdan as Kamal Khan
  • Kristina Wayborn as Magda
  • Kabir Bedi as Gobinda
  • Steven Berkoff as Gen. Orlov
  • David Meyer as Twin One
  • Tony Meyer as Twin Two (as Anthony Meyer)
  • Desmond Llewelyn as Q
  • Robert Brown as M
  • Lois Maxwell as Miss Moneypenny
  • Michaela Clavell as Penelope Smallbone
  • Walter Gotell as Gogol
  • Vijay Amritraj as Vijay
  • Albert Moses as Sadruddin
  • Geoffrey Keen as Minister of Defence
  • Douglas Wilmer as Jim Fanning
  • Andy Bradford as 009
  • Philip Voss as Auctioneer
  • Bruce Boa as U.S. General
  • Richard LeParmentier as U.S. Aide (as Richard Parmentier)
  • Paul Hardwick as Soviet Chairman
  • Suzanne Jerome as Gwendoline
  • Cherry Gillespie as Midge
  • Dermot Crowley as Kamp
  • Peter Porteous as Lenkin
  • Eva Reuber-Staier as Rublevitch (as Eva Rueber-Staier)
  • Jeremy Bulloch as Smithers (as Jeremy Bullock)
  • Tina Hudson as Bianca
  • William Derrick as Thug with Yo-yo
  • Stuart Saunders as Major Clive
  • Patrick Barr as British Ambassador
  • Gabor Vernon as Borchoi
  • Hugo Bower as Karl
  • Ken Norris as Colonel Toro
  • Tony Arjuna as Mufti
  • Gertan Klauber as Bubi
  • Brenda Cowling as Schatzi
  • David Grahame as Petrol Pump Attendant
  • Brian Coburn as South American V.I.P.
  • Michael Halphie as South American Officer
  • Mary Stavin as Octopussy Girl
  • Carolyn Seaward as Octopussy Girl
  • Carole Ashby as Octopussy Girl
  • Cheryl Anne as Octopussy Girl
  • Jani-Z as Octopussy Girl
  • Julie Martin as Octopussy Girl
  • Joni Flynn as Octopussy Girl
  • Julie Barth as Octopussy Girl
  • Kathy Davies as Octopussy Girl
  • Helene Hunt as Octopussy Girl
  • Gillian De Terville as Octopussy Girl
  • Safira Afzal as Octopussy Girl
  • Louise King as Octopussy Girl
  • Tina Robinson Hansen as Octopussy Girl (as Tina Robinson)
  • Alison Worth as Octopussy Girl
  • Janine Andrews as Octopussy Girl
  • Lynda Knight as Octopussy Girl
  • Susanne Dando as Gymnast Supervisor
  • Teresa Craddock as Gymnast
  • Kirsten Harrison as Gymnast
  • Christine Cullers as Gymnast
  • Lisa Jackman as Gymnast
  • Jane Aldridge as Gymnast
  • Christine Gibson as Gymnast
  • Tracy Llewellyn as Gymnast
  • Ruth Flynn as Gymnast
  • Roberto Germains as Ringmaster
  • Richard Graydon as Francisco the Fearless
  • The Hassani Troupe as Circus performers
  • The Flying Cherokees as Circus performers
  • Carol Richter as Circus Personnel
  • Josef Richter as Circus Personnel
  • Vera Fossett as Circus Personnel
  • Shirley Fossett as Circus Personnel
  • Barrie Winship as Circus Personnel
  • Ravinder Singh Reyett as Thug
  • Gurdial Sira as Thug
  • Michael Moor as Thug
  • Sven Surtees as Thug
  • Peter Edmund as Thug
  • Ray Charles as Thug
  • Talib Johnny as Thug

Rest of Cast Listed Alphabetically:

  • R.J. Bell as German Man in Circus (uncredited)
  • Ken Burns as East German Bodyguard (uncredited)
  • Ishaq Bux as Fakir (uncredited)
  • Sally Dewhurst as Circus Personnel (uncredited)
  • Reg Harding as Fisherman in Boat (uncredited)
  • Nick Hobbs as South American Soldier (uncredited)
  • Eugene Lipinski as Head VOPO (uncredited)
  • Derek Lyons as US Air Force Base Officer (uncredited)
  • Ingrid Pitt as Galley Mistress (voice) (uncredited)
  • Lenny Rabin as Bidder at Sotheby's (uncredited)
  • Reggae Ranjhe as Guard (uncredited)
  • Gary Russell as Boy Teen in Car (uncredited)
  • Gito Santana as Killer (uncredited)
  • Nicola Stapleton as Little Girl at Circus (uncredited)
  • Michael G. Wilson as Soviet Security Council Member / Man on Tour Boat (uncredited)

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A View to a Kill

The last of the James Bond movies with Roger Moore is "A View to a Kill", number fourteen on the list.

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James Bond has one more mission.  Bond returns from his travels in the USSR with a computer chip.  This chip is capable of withstanding a nuclear electromagnetic pulse that would otherwise destroy a normal chip.  The chip was created by Zorin Industries, and Bond heads off to investigate its owner, Max Zorin.  Zorin may only seem like a innocent guilty man, but is really planning to set off an earthquake in San Andreas which will wipe out all of Silicon Valley.  As well as Zorin, Bond must also tackle May Day and equally menacing companion of Zorin, whilst dragging Stacy Sutton along for the ride.

Cast (in credits order) Verified As Complete
  • Roger Moore as James Bond
  • Christopher Walken as Max Zorin
  • Tanya Roberts as Stacey Sutton
  • Grace Jones as May Day
  • Patrick Macnee as Sir Godfrey Tibbett
  • Patrick Bauchau as Scarpine
  • David Yip as Chuck Lee
  • Fiona Fullerton as Pola Ivanova
  • Manning Redwood as Bob Conley
  • Alison Doody as Jenny Flex
  • Willoughby Gray as Dr. Carl Mortner
  • Desmond Llewelyn as Q
  • Robert Brown as M
  • Lois Maxwell as Miss Moneypenny
  • Walter Gotell as General Gogol
  • Geoffrey Keen as Minister of Defence
  • Jean Rougerie as Achille Aubergine
  • Daniel Benzali as Howe
  • Bogdan Kominowski as Klotkoff
  • Papillon Soo as Pan Ho (as Papillon Soo Soo)
  • Mary Stavin as Kimberley Jones
  • Dominique Risbourg as Butterfly Act Compere
  • Carole Ashby as Whistling Girl
  • Anthony Chinn as Taiwanese Tycoon (as Anthony Chin)
  • Lucien Jérôme as Paris Taxi Driver (as Lucien Jerome)
  • Joe Flood as U.S. Police Captain
  • Gérard Buhr as Auctioneer (as Gérard Bühr)
  • Dolph Lundgren as Venz
  • Tony Sibbald as Mine Foreman
  • Bill Ackridge as O'Rourke
  • Ron Tarr as Guard I
  • Taylor McAuley as Guard II
  • Peter Ensor as Tycoon
  • Seva Novgorodtsev as Helicopter Pilot
  • Sian Adey-Jones as The Girls
  • Caroline Hallett as The Girls
  • Nike Clark as The Girls
  • Paula Thomas as The Girls
  • Gloria Douse as The Girls
  • Lou-Anne Ronchi as The Girls
  • Elke Ritschel as The Girls
  • Mayako Torigai as The Girls
Rest of Cast Listed Alphabetically:
  • Maud Adams as Woman in Fisherman's Wharf Crowd (uncredited)
  • Celine Cawley as The Girls (uncredited)
  • Helen Clitherow as The Girls (uncredited)
  • Tim Condren as Thug at Stacey's House (uncredited)
  • Clive Curtis as Salesman at Eiffel Tower (uncredited)
  • Deborah Hanna as The Girls (uncredited)
  • Kit Hillier as Head Waiter (uncredited)
  • Terri Johns as The Girls (uncredited)
  • Karen Loughlin as The Girls (uncredited)
  • Derek Lyons as Main Stike Mine Crew (uncredited)
  • Roland Malet as Zorin's Auctioneer (uncredited)
  • Patricia Martínez as The Girls (uncredited)
  • Kim Ashfield Norton as The Girls (uncredited)
  • Doug Robinson as Thug at Stacey's House (uncredited)
  • Terry Sach as Mining Guard Searching Truck for Bond (uncredited)
  • Suzanne Saunders as KGO 7 Reporter (uncredited)
  • Jane Spencer as The Girls (uncredited)
  • Michael G. Wilson as Man Heard Over Loudspeaker at San Francisco City Hall (voice) (uncredited)
  • Steven Zax as Man in Fisherman's Wharf Crowd (uncredited)

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The Living Daylights

More important than having "The Living Daylights" be number fifteen on the list of James Bond movies, this film introduces Timothy Dalton as James Bond.

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Agent 007 takes on arms merchants intending to dominate the world.  He uses his razor sharp instincts and a license to kill in this fast paced adventure.  In his debut performance, Timothy Dalton brings energy, humour, and cunning to portrayal of James Bond.

In his debut outing as James Bond, Timothy Dalton creates his version in the mold of Sean Connery, and with that out go the fun filled camp of the last of the Roger Moore films.  Timothy's James Bond is ruthless, tough and romantic. 

This film, The Living Daylights, is set during the thaw of the cold war.  The film begins with Russian KGB General Koskov (played by Jeroen Krabb) defecting and his revelation of a Soviet plot to eliminate Britain's secret agent force.  In his assignment to eliminate Koslov's Soviet boss (played by John Rhys-Davies), agent 007 uncovers a plot involving an American arms dealer (played by Joe Don Baker) and Koskov.

Veteran series director John Glen's action scenes have never been better--especially the show-stopping mid-air battle on the net of a speeding cargo plane--and he returns the series to the smart, rough, high-energy adventures that made the Bond reputation.

Cast (in credits order) Verified As Complete
  • Timothy Dalton as James Bond
  • Maryam d'Abo as Kara Milovy
  • Jeroen Krabbé as General Georgi Koskov
  • Joe Don Baker as Brad Whitaker
  • John Rhys-Davies as General Leonid Pushkin
  • Art Malik as Kamran Shah
  • Andreas Wisniewski as Necros
  • Thomas Wheatley as Saunders
  • Desmond Llewelyn as Q
  • Robert Brown as M
  • Geoffrey Keen as Minister of Defence
  • Walter Gotell as General Anatol Gogol
  • Caroline Bliss as Miss Moneypenny
  • John Terry as Felix Leiter
  • Virginia Hey as Rubavitch
  • John Bowe as Colonel Feyador
  • Julie T. Wallace as Rosika Miklos
  • Belle Avery as Linda (as Kell Tyler)
  • Catherine Rabett as Liz
  • Dulice Liecier as Ava
  • Nadim Sawalha as Tangier Chief of Security
  • Alan Talbot as Koskov's KGB Minder
  • Carl Rigg as Imposter
  • Tony Cyrus as Chief of Snow Leopard Brotherhood
  • Atik Mohamed as Achmed
  • Michael Moor as Kamran's Man
  • Sumar Khan as Kamran's Man
  • Ken Sharrock as Jailer
  • Peter Porteous as Gasworks Supervisor
  • Antony Carrick as Blayden Male Secretary
  • Frederick Warder as 004
  • Glyn Baker as 002
  • Scott Hoxby as Sergeant Stagg (as Derek Hoxby)
  • Bill Weston as Blayden Butler
  • Richard Cubison as Trade Centre Toastmaster
  • Heinz Winter as Vienna Hotel Concierge
  • Leslie French as Lavatory Attendant
  • Odette Benatar as Girl
  • Dianna Casale as Girl
  • Sharon Devlin as Girl
  • Femi Gardiner as Girl
  • Patricia Keefer as Girl
  • Ruddy Rodríguez as Girl (as Ruddy Rodriguez)
  • Mayte Sanchez as Girl
  • Cela Savannah as Girl
  • Karen Seeberg as Girl
  • Waris Dirie as Girl (as Waris Walsh)
  • Karen Williams as Girl
Rest of Cast Listed Alphabetically:
  • Del Baker as Russian Jail Guard (uncredited)
  • John Barry as Orchestra Conductor (uncredited)
  • Marc Boyle as Blayden Grounds MI6 Man (uncredited)
  • Graham Cole as Agent (uncredited)
  • Simon Crane as Gibraltar Soldier #1 (uncredited)
  • Gregor Grubhofer as Boy with Balloon (uncredited)
  • Alan Harris as Man Firing Ghetto Blaster (uncredited)
  • Suzy Herman as Boy's Mother (uncredited)
  • Michel Julienne as Man in White Car (uncredited)
  • Gertan Klauber as Fairground Cafe Owner (uncredited)
  • Derek Lyons as MI6 Agent (uncredited)
  • Robert Miranda as Pushkin's Hitman (uncredited)
  • Michael Percival as Chef (uncredited)
  • Hanno Pöschl as Prater Ferris Wheel Operator (uncredited)
  • Kerry Shale as of Necros and Parrot (voice) (uncredited)
  • Chris Webb as Soldier Distracted by Kara (uncredited)
  • Paul Weston as Gibraltar Soldier #3 (uncredited)
  • Nick Wilkinson as Russian Soldier on Plane (uncredited)
  • Michael G. Wilson as Opera Patron (uncredited)

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License to Kill

Timothy Dalton did two James Bond movies, and "License to Kill" was his second film. This film is also number sixteen on the list.

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Not for country, not for justice, but for pure personal revenge motivates James Bond in this adventure.  He has gone renegade.  Timothy Dalton's portrayal of Agent 007 brings urgency, charm, and steely determination to Agent 007.

Timothy Dalton's second, and as it turns out final, portrayal of James Bond was not as much fun as his first portrayal in The Living Daylights (1987).  In License to Kill, Bond gets upset when a close personal friend, Felix Leiter (played by David Hedison) is assassinated on his wedding day.  Bond goes rogue and undercover to tie the murder of his friend to an international drug cartel. While Franz Sanchez (played by Robert Davi) makes an interesting villain for Bond, the thaw of the cold war has produced weaker villains for the films of the seventy's thru the nineties, with lesser crimes, and unfortunately, less interesting characters.

While Timothy Dalton only did two Bond films, he did manage to make the Agent 007 character his own, which some other actors did not.

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  • Timothy Dalton as James Bond
  • Carey Lowell as Pam Bouvier
  • Robert Davi as Franz Sanchez
  • Talisa Soto as Lupe Lamora
  • Anthony Zerbe as Milton Krest
  • Frank McRae as Sharkey
  • David Hedison as Felix Leiter
  • Wayne Newton as Professor Joe Butcher
  • Benicio Del Toro as Dario
  • Anthony Starke as Truman-Lodge
  • Everett McGill as Ed Killifer
  • Desmond Llewelyn as Q
  • Pedro Armendáriz Jr. as President Hector Lopez (as Pedro Armendariz)
  • Robert Brown as M
  • Priscilla Barnes as Della Churchill Leiter
  • Don Stroud as Heller
  • Caroline Bliss as Miss Moneypenny
  • Cary-Hiroyuki Tagawa as Kwang
  • Grand L. Bush as Hawkins
  • Alejandro Bracho as Perez
  • Guy De Saint Cyr as Braun
  • Rafer Johnson as Mullens
  • Diane Hsu as Loti (as Diana Lee-Hsu)
  • Christopher Neame as Fallon
  • Jeannine Bisignano as Stripper
  • Claudio Brook as Montelongo
  • Cynthia Fallon as Consuelo
  • Enrique Novi as Rasmussen
  • Osami Kawawo as Oriental
  • George Belanger as Doctor
  • Roger Cudney as Wavekrest Captain
  • Honorato Magaloni as Chief Chemist
  • Jorge Russek as Pit Boss
  • Sergio Corona as Bellboy
  • Stuart Quan as Ninja (as Stuart Kwan)
  • José Abdala as Tanker Driver (as Jose Abdala)
  • Teresa Blake as Ticket Agent
  • Samuel Benjamin Lancaster as Della's Uncle
  • Juan Peláez as Casino Manager (as Juan Peleaz)
  • Mark Kelty as Coast Guard Radio Operator
  • Humberto Elizondo as Hotel Assistant Manager (as Umberto Elizondo)
  • Fidel Garriga as Sanchez's Driver (as Fidel Carriga)
  • Edna Bolkan as Barrelhead Waitress
  • Eddie Edenfield as Clive
  • Jeff Moldovan as Warehouse Guard
  • Carl Ciarfalio as Warehouse Guard

Rest of Cast Listed Alphabetically:

  • Bob Martinez as Customs officer
  • Gerardo Albarrán as Alvarez (uncredited)
  • Tom Bahr as Marshall #1 (uncredited)
  • Chick Bernhardt as Marshall Driver (uncredited)
  • Andrew Castillo as Seaplane Pilot (uncredited)
  • James D'Orta as Doctor (uncredited)
  • Alex Edlin as Marshall #2 (uncredited)
  • Lars Lundgren as Probe Operator (uncredited)
  • Branscombe Richmond as Barrelhead Bar Patron (uncredited)
  • John Sabol as Naval Officer (uncredited)
  • Jorge Valdés García as Casino Guest (uncredited)
  • Michael G. Wilson as DEA Agent (voice) (uncredited)

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GoldenEye

Pierce Brosnan begins his turn as James Bond in "GoldenEye", the seventeenth in the list of James Bond films.

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While this is 18th Bond film, it is the first for Pierce Brosnan, and he brings Agent 007, the unstoppable James Bond, to life.  Once again, Agent 007 saves the world when a former ally, now an enemy, gets control of a powerful satellite weapon system; and a system that with one quick pulse could destroy the planet.

The 18th James Bond adventure was a runaway box-office success when launched in 1995, thanks to the arrival of Pierce Brosnan as the 5th star (following the departure of Timothy Dalton) to play the suave, danger-loving Agent 007. This James Bond is a bit more vulnerable and mentally complex-- and just a shade more politically correct-- however he's still an officially attired playboy at heart, with a beautiful Russian appeal (Izabella Scorupco) as his sexy ally versus a cadre of renegade Russians bent on-- exactly what else?-- international supremacy. There's likewise a seductive villainous with the suggestive name of Xenia Onatopp (Famke Janssen), and the fantastic starlet Judi Dench makes her first look as Bond's exceptional, M, who wisecracks about 007's "dinosaur" condition as a globetrotting sexist. All in all, this action-packed Bond experience provided a much-needed boost the long-running film series, renewing the 007 franchise for the turn of the millennium.

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  • Pierce Brosnan as James Bond
  • Sean Bean as Alec Trevelyan
  • Izabella Scorupco as Natalya Simonova
  • Famke Janssen as Xenia Onatopp
  • Joe Don Baker as Jack Wade
  • Judi Dench as M
  • Robbie Coltrane as Valentin Dmitrovich Zukovsky
  • Gottfried John as General Arkady Grigorovich Ourumov
  • Alan Cumming as Boris Grishenko
  • Tchéky Karyo as Defense Minister Dmitri Mishkin (as Tcheky Karyo)
  • Desmond Llewelyn as Q
  • Samantha Bond as Miss Moneypenny
  • Michael Kitchen as Bill Tanner
  • Serena Gordon as Caroline
  • Simon Kunz as Severnaya Duty Officer
  • Pavel Douglas as French Warship Captain
  • Olivier Lajous as French Warship Officer (as Cmdt. Olivier Lajous)
  • Billy J. Mitchell as Admiral Chuck Farrell
  • Constantine Gregory as Computer Store Manager
  • Minnie Driver as Irina
  • Michelle Arthur as Anna
  • Ravil Isyanov as MiG Pilot
  • Vladimir Milanovich as Croupier
  • Trevor Byfield as Train Driver
  • Peter Majer as Valentin's Bodyguard

Rest of Cast Listed Alphabetically:

  • Paul Bannon as Russian Scientist (uncredited)
  • Martin Campbell as Cyclist (uncredited)
  • Simon Crane as Lt. François Brouse - Tiger Helicopter Pilot (uncredited)
  • Terrance Denville as Russian Security Council Member (uncredited)
  • Max Faulkner as Guard at Helicopter Show (uncredited)
  • Juliet Forester as Severnaya Operator (uncredited)
  • Derek Lyons as Casino Guest (uncredited)
  • Wayne Michaels as Capt. Bernard Jaubert - Tiger Helicopter Pilot (uncredited)
  • Bhasker Patel as Pakistani Gun Dealer (uncredited)
  • Paul Sacks as Russian Soldier - Chemical Weapons Facility (uncredited)
  • Michael G. Wilson as Russian Security Council Member (uncredited)


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Tomorrow Never Dies

Number eighteen in the list of James Bond films is "Tomorrow Never Dies" and it also stars Pierce Brosnan.

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Pierce Brosnan returns as the fearless, devastatingly cool and cunning Secret Agent 007 in this thrilling adventure! When a ruthless media mogul (Jonathan Pryce) tries to destabilise the world economy by managing a fatal standoff between world superpowers, in an attempt to achieve high ratings for his media conglomerate, Bond has to step in to avoid World War III! Co-starring the gorgeous Teri Hatcher and Michelle Yeoh, this sophisticated action-adventure will exhilarate Bond fans of any ages!

Pierce Brosnan jumps into action as Agent 007 in this spectacular adventure flight of death-defying stunts and amazing sophisticated gizmos. In the most electrifying Bond movie yet, the unstoppable action hero must avoid a tremendous catastrophe ripped from tomorrow's headlines. Someone is pitting the world's superpowers versus each other and only James Bond can stop it. When a British warship is mysteriously destroyed in Chinese waters, the world teeters on the edge of WWIII up until Agent 007 zeros in on the true criminal mastermind. Bond's do-or-die objective takes him to Elliot Carver (Jonathan Pryce), a powerful industrialist who adjusts world events as easily as he changes headings from his international media empire. After obtaining help from Carver's hot partner, Paris (Teri Hatcher), Bond joins forces with a deadly yet sensational Chinese representative, Wai Lin (Michelle Yeoh), in a series of explosive chases, harsh confrontations and breathtaking escapes as they race to stop the presses on Carver's next prepared news story: international pandemonium! With powerhouse action series, consisting of a wild motorbike pursuit with (and over!) Saigon, Tomorrow Never Dies is a thrilling action-adventure that roars from start to finish with the throttle wide open!

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  • Pierce Brosnan as James Bond
  • Jonathan Pryce as Elliot Carver
  • Michelle Yeoh as Wai Lin
  • Teri Hatcher as Paris Carver
  • Ricky Jay as Henry Gupta
  • Götz Otto as Stamper
  • Joe Don Baker as Jack Wade
  • Vincent Schiavelli as Dr. Kaufman
  • Judi Dench as M
  • Desmond Llewelyn as Q
  • Samantha Bond as Miss Moneypenny
  • Colin Salmon as Chief of Staff Charles Robinson
  • Geoffrey Palmer as Admiral Roebuck
  • Julian Fellowes as Minister of Defence
  • Terence Rigby as General Bukharin
  • Cecilie Thomsen as Professor Inga Bergstrom
  • Nina Young as Tamara Steel
  • Daphne Deckers as PR Lady
  • Colin Stinton as Dr. Dave Greenwalt
  • Al Matthews as Master Sergeant 3
  • Mark Spalding as Stealth Boat Captain
  • Bruce Alexander as Captain - HMS Chester
  • Anthony Green as Firing Officer - HMS Chester
  • Christopher Bowen as Cmdr. Richard Day - HMS Devonshire
  • Andrew Hawkins as Lt. Cmdr. Peter Hume - HMS Devonshire
  • Dominic Shaun as Lieutenant Commander - HMS Devonshire
  • Julian Rhind-Tutt as Yeoman - HMS Devonshire
  • Gerard Butler as Leading Seaman - HMS Devonshire
  • Adam Barker as Sonar Operator - HMS Devonshire
  • Michael Byrne as Admiral Kelly - HMS Bedford
  • Pip Torrens as Captain - HMS Bedford
  • Hugh Bonneville as Air Warfare Officer - HMS Bedford
  • Jason Watkins as Principal Warfare Officer - HMS Bedford
  • Eoin McCarthy as Yeoman - HMS Bedford
  • Brendan Coyle as Leading Seaman - HMS Bedford
  • David Ashton as First Sea Lord
  • William Scott-Masson as Staff Officer #1
  • Laura Brattan as Staff Officer #2
  • Nadia Cameron-Blakey as Beth Davidson (as Nadia Cameron)
  • Liza Ross as Mary Golson
  • Hugo Napier as Jeff Hobbs
  • Rolf Saxon as Philip Jones
  • Vincent Wang as MiG Pilot
  • Philip Kwok as General Chang

Rest of Cast Listed Alphabetically:

  • Nichola McAuliffe as Bond's BMW (voice)
  • Minna Aaltonen as Newsreader (uncredited)
  • Ian Boo Khoo as Vietnamese Villager (uncredited)
  • Kacee DeMasi as Employee (uncredited)
  • Neil Finnighan as Carver's Thug (uncredited)
  • Romo Gorrara as Carver's Thug (uncredited)
  • Jeff Harding as Newsreader (uncredited)
  • Theo Kypri as MiG Pilot (uncredited)
  • Choy-Ling Man as Newsreader (uncredited)
  • Dennis Matsuki as Party Guest (uncredited)
  • Terence Plummer as Carver's Thug (uncredited)
  • Dinny Powell as Carver's Thug (uncredited)
  • Alex Reid as German Policeman Outside Carver's Party (uncredited)
  • Terry Richards as Carver's Thug (uncredited)
  • Curtis Rivers as German Baddie / Stealth Ship Guard (uncredited)
  • Antje Schmidt as AVIS Agent (uncredited)
  • Sherry Stone as Party Guest (uncredited)
  • Rocky Taylor as Carver's Thug (uncredited)
  • Michael G. Wilson as Tom Wallace (uncredited)

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The World Is Not Enough

"The World is Not Enough" is number nineteen on the James Bond Movie list, and has Pierce Brosnan in his third film as Agent 007.

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In Bilbao, Spain, MI6 agent, James Bond, meets with a Swiss banker to recover a large sum of money. The banker had taken the money from another "00" and is about to tell Bond who the agent's assassin is when he himself is killed by a thrown knife from his secretary, the Cigar-Smoking Woman. Bond grabs the case of money and is about to escape when another man tries to shoot him; that man is hit by an unseen sniper.

King and Bond's boss, M, are both present in M's office when Bond arrives. She tries several times to evade him but Bond catches up with her, finally destroying her boat near the Millennium Dome with a torpedo. The woman steals a hot-air balloon and floats upward, with Bond hanging on to one of the anchor ropes.

At Robert King's funeral service, Bond notices that King's daughter, Elektra, is there. At an MI6 retreat in Scotland, Bond is examined by MI6 physician, Dr. Molly Warmflash, whom Bond seduces to get a passing diagnosis, allowing him to continue his mission. He goes to a briefing held by M who declares that her organization will not be terrorized. The likely suspect is a man named Renard, an internationally known terrorist who hires himself out as a mercenary. Renard was hunted by another Double-O who shot the criminal in the head non-fatally. The bullet, still lodged in Renard's head, has been destroying the area of his brain that controls his senses. Renard does not feel pain and is able to, according to the doctor, "push" himself to the limits of human endurance. Renard had previously kidnapped Elektra and demanded a high ransom for her return. Elektra, however, was able to escape by seducing her guards and killing them. M now believes that Renard will want to kill Elektra out of revenge. Bond notices that the money he recovered for Robert King is equal to the ransom Renard had, and concludes that it's more a message from Renard than simply recovered money.

Q also introduces Bond to his protege, whom Bond laughingly designates, "R." Bond travels to Elektra's location near Baku, Russia, where she is overseeing the construction of her father's pipeline. The last explosion causes a small avalanche, burying Bond and Elektra. Bond deploys a rapid-inflating sphere to protect them, but Elektra panics from claustrophobia.

Bond goes to a casino owned by his old enemy, Valentine Zukovsky, to find out more about Renard and the men who attacked him earlier. Zukovsky tells Bond that Renard is a former KGB agent and may be working for Russian oil barons in the region who want the King pipeline destroyed. Bond and Zukovsky are summoned back to the main floor; Elektra has come to the casino to show she isn't afraid of her enemies and in hopes of winning a sizable amount of money using her father's standing credit. She loses on a high-low draw but is gracious in defeat.

In another location, Renard meets with a man named Davidov, Elektra's security chief, and a nuclear weapons scientist named Arkov, who also secretly works for Renard. Renard kills Arkov for failing to kill Elektra and orders Davidov to take Arkov's place on a secret mission the next day. Davidov agrees.

Bond is forced to his knees by Renard, who presses on Bond's injured collarbone. Bond and Renard and the others are about to be arrested when Renard's crew opens fire and try to escape in the melee. Jones tells Bond they should be able to find the bomb Renard stole quite easily using it's tracking card but Bond shows her the card he 'd taken from one of Renard's men.

Bond returns to Baku and harshly confronts Elektra about Renard using her motto and about the way Renard knew about Bond's injury. He concludes that Elektra and Renard are working together. Bond gives her the locator card from the bomb and tells her his theory when M arrives. At that moment, an alarm sounds, indicating trouble on the pipeline. Renard has planted the bomb he stole on an inspection car that's traveling down the pipeline out of control. Bond and Jones use another of the vehicles to catch the bomb. While Jones dismantles the device she finds that only half of the plutonium from the original bomb is there. Bond tells her to let the explosive charge detonate to create the illusion that they were killed. It does and a large section of the pipe is destroyed. Back at Elektra's command center, she gives the visibly upset M a gift: her father's lapel pin. The pin King was wearing when he was killed was a fake that activated the detonator in the money Bond had retrieved. Elektra tells M that she killed her father out of revenge for using her to bait Renard. M is taken prisoner. Bond and Jones are puzzled as to why Renard only used half of the plutonium. Bond thinks he knows where to look for answers.

Bond once again visits Zukovsky, this time at his caviar factory. While trying to gather further information from Zukovsky, they are attacked by helicopters with dangling, circular saw blades. Bond is able to destroy one of the helicopters with missiles fired from his BMW, but the other chopper saws his car in half. Bond uses a flare gun to ignite leaking gas from a nearby pipe, destroying the second helicopter. In the confusion, Zukovsky falls into a pit of his own caviar. While he struggles to free himself, Bond asks him what his connection to Elektra is. The gangster tells him that he 'd arranged for his nephew, a Russian submarine captain, to smuggle some machinery out of Istanbul for Elektra. Bond fishes Zukovsky out of the caviar and the Russian agrees to help Bond stop Renard.

In Istanbul, Bond and Zukovsky work to discern Renard's plan. They figure out that a nuclear explosion in Istanbul would contaminate the Bosphorus, preventing all shipping out of the Black Sea, and rendering the Russian oil pipelines useless. This would leave the King line with a monopoly. The submarine will be detonated using the stolen plutonium and will look like an accident. When Bond and Zukovsky determine where the sub is docked, near the Maiden's Tower, Zukovsky's assistant, Bullion, rushes out of the room, having planted a bomb. Bond and Jones escape and the bomb goes off, rendering Zukovsky unconscious. Outside the command center, Bond and Jones are captured by Renard's men.

Bond is taken to the Maiden's Tower and delivered to Elektra. Renard takes Jones with him to the submarine. Elektra has Bond shackled to an antique chair that causes asphyxiation and she proceeds to torture him. Suddenly, Zukovsky and his men take control of the tower, killing Renard's and Elektra's men. When Zukovsky reaches the room where Elektra has Bond, he sees his nephew's captain's hat on a nearby table, he demands it from Elektra. She shoots Zukovsky with a pistol hidden behind the hat and he falls to the floor. She turns her attention back to Bond, just long enough for Zukovsky to cock the rifle hidden in his cane. He first aims at Elektra, then turns toward Bond and fires, seemingly missing him. Zukovsky passes out, however his shot has freed one of Bond's wrists and he is able to free himself completely. Elektra runs off, Bond takes her pistol and chases her through the tower, stopping briefly to free M. He finds Elektra and demands she call off Renard in the submarine. She tells Bond he 'd never kill her and that he 'd miss her. She yells through a two-way radio for Renard to proceed with the plan and Bond shoots her, saying "I never miss.".

Bond leaps from the tower and boards the sub, where Renard has extruded the stolen plutonium into a rod to be inserted into the sub's reactor. Bond kills most of Renard's men but the terrorist locks himself in the reactor room. Bond swims outside the sub, and enters the engine room through a pressure lock. Jones follows, but distracts Bond from his battle with Renard when she needs him to let her in before she drowns. As a result Renard is able to lock Bond and Jones away from the reactor chamber. Bond sees a way to eject the rod using a pneumatic control and the rod impales Renard, killing him. However, the reactor's cooling has been compromised and it will still explode, though not as seriously as Renard planned. Bond and Jones escape through a missile hatch to the surface and are picked up by a passing boat.

Q also introduces Bond to his protege, whom Bond laughingly designates, "R." Bond travels to Elektra's location near Baku, Russia, where she is overseeing the construction of her father's pipeline. Bond is forced to his knees by Renard, who presses on Bond's injured collarbone. Jones tells Bond they should be able to find the bomb Renard stole quite easily using it's tracking card but Bond shows her the card he 'd taken from one of Renard's men.

Bond returns to Baku and harshly confronts Elektra about Renard using her motto and about the way Renard knew about Bond's injury. Bond fishes Zukovsky out of the caviar and the Russian agrees to help Bond stop Renard.

Cast (in credits order) Verified As Complete

  • Pierce Brosnan as James Bond
  • Sophie Marceau as Elektra King
  • Robert Carlyle as Renard
  • Denise Richards as Dr. Christmas Jones
  • Robbie Coltrane as Valentin Zukovsky
  • Judi Dench as M
  • Desmond Llewelyn as Q
  • John Cleese as R
  • Maria Grazia Cucinotta as Cigar Girl
  • Samantha Bond as Miss Moneypenny
  • Michael Kitchen as Bill Tanner
  • Colin Salmon as Charles Robinson
  • Goldie as Bullion
  • David Calder as Sir Robert King
  • Serena Scott Thomas as Dr. Molly Warmflash
  • Ulrich Thomsen as Davidov
  • John Seru as Gabor
  • Claude-Oliver Rudolph as Colonel Akakievich
  • Patrick Malahide as Lachaise
  • Omid Djalili as Foreman
  • Jeff Nuttall as Dr. Arkov
  • Diran Meghreblian as Coptic Priest
  • John Albasiny as Helicopter Pilot
  • Patrick Romer as Pilot
  • Jimmy Roussounis as Pipeline Technician
  • Justus von Dohnányi as Captain Nikoli (as Justus Von Dohnanyi)
  • Hassani Shapi as Doctor
  • Carl McCrystal as Trukhin
  • Martyn Lewis as Newscaster
  • Kourosh Asad as Russian Radio Operator (as Kouroush Asad)
  • Daisy Beaumont as Nina
  • Nina Muschallik as Verushka
  • Daz Crawford as Casino Thug
  • Peter Mehtab as Casino Dealer

Rest of Cast Listed Alphabetically:

  • Roy Alon as Man in Restaurant (uncredited)
  • Paul Bannon as MI6 - Scottish Hideaway (uncredited)
  • Ray Brown as Wheel-Clamping Policeman (uncredited)
  • Marc Cass as Submarine Crewman (uncredited)
  • Sean Cronin as Renard's Henceman (uncredited)
  • Wade Eastwood as Bodyguard in Bank (uncredited)
  • Jamie Edgell as Renard's Man (uncredited)
  • Paul Heasman as Renard's Man (uncredited)
  • Mark Henson as Renard's Man (uncredited)
  • Lea Jerova as Girl in Casino (uncredited)
  • Trevor Payne as Agent - Q's Lab (uncredited)
  • Gary Powell as Submarine Crewman (uncredited)
  • Greg Powell as Man in Restaurant (uncredited)
  • Paul Sacks as Market Customer Boat Chase (uncredited)
  • Judith Shekoni as Girl in Casino (uncredited)
  • Lee Sheward as Submarine Crewman (uncredited)
  • Tom Struthers as Submarine Crewman (uncredited)
  • Rocky Taylor as Man in Restaurant (uncredited)
  • Michael G. Wilson as Man in Casino (uncredited)

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Die Another Day

Pierce Brosnan's last film in the role of Agent 007 is "Die Another Day", the 20th on the list of James Bond movies.

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In the pre-title sequence, James Bond and his two South Korean allies infiltrate a North Korean military base belonging to Colonel Tan-Sun Moon, an army officer who is illegally selling weaponry in exchange for African conflict diamonds. After the diamonds are handed over, Zao discovers Bond's true identity and informs Moon. Soon after, North Korean troops capture Bond under General Moon's orders and he is imprisoned and tortured.

Fourteen months later, Bond is released in exchange for Zao, who was captured during that time. Still bitter over Zao's release, Bond decides to complete his mission by evading MI6's security and travels to Cuba. With her help, Bond locates Zao's room inside the clinic and briefly tortures him.

Bond locates Graves at a fencing club in London. The two engage in a duel of swords, the fury of which is escalated when the two men raise the stakes and injure each other. Bond wins the match. Graves invites Bond to a party he is holding in Iceland for a scientific demonstration. Bond also meets Graves' fencing partner, Miranda Frost, a former Olympic athlete.

Bond learns that Frost has been recruited by MI6, but she has failed to uncover Graves' connection to Zao. Bond takes Graves up on his earlier invitation, and arrives at his ice palace in Iceland where he meets Jinx again.

At midnight, Jinx infiltrates Graves' command center in the palace, but is captured by Zao. Bond meanwhile has figured out that Graves is Moon with a new identity. Moon reveals that Frost is a double agent. Bond narrowly escapes from Graves' facility in his car. Zao gives pursuit in his Jaguar XKR, and both cars drive inside the rapidly-melting ice palace. Bond kills Zao by luring him under a collapsing chandelier, and then rescues Jinx from drowning.

Deployed at the South Korean border, Bond and Jinx infiltrate North Korea using experimental stealth sleds and parachutes. They follow him into his airplane, which is also carrying General Moon (unaware of his son's new identity), his lieutenants, and Frost. In an attempt to preserve peace, General Moon holds his son at gunpoint, but Graves disables him with the suit then shoots him.

Bond advances to kill Graves, but is thwarted when one of his soldiers attacks Bond, deflecting his shot into a window, and causing the plane to depressurize. In the plane's nose, Graves gains the upper hand over Bond and puts on a parachute. Bond pulls Graves' ripcord, causing the parachute to open prematurely, so that the slipstream pulls Graves out of the plane and one of it's turbines.

In the pre-title sequence, James Bond and his two South Korean allies infiltrate a North Korean military base belonging to Colonel Tan-Sun Moon, an army officer who is illegally selling weaponry in exchange for African conflict diamonds. After the diamonds are handed over, Zao discovers Bond's true identity and informs Moon. Soon after, North Korean troops capture Bond under General Moon's orders and he is imprisoned and tortured.

Bond meanwhile has figured out that Graves is Moon with a new identity. Bond advances to kill Graves, but is thwarted when one of his soldiers attacks Bond, deflecting his shot into a window, and causing the plane to depressurize.

Cast (in credits order) Verified As Complete

  • Pierce Brosnan as James Bond
  • Halle Berry as Jinx Johnson
  • Toby Stephens as Gustav Graves
  • Rosamund Pike as Miranda Frost
  • Rick Yune as Zao
  • Judi Dench as M
  • John Cleese as Q
  • Michael Madsen as Damian Falco
  • Will Yun Lee as Colonel Moon
  • Kenneth Tsang as General Moon
  • Emilio Echevarría as Raoul
  • Mikhail Gorevoy as Vlad (as Michael Gorevoy)
  • Lawrence Makoare as Mr. Kil
  • Colin Salmon as Charles Robinson
  • Samantha Bond as Miss Moneypenny
  • Ben Wee as Snooty Desk Clerk
  • Ho Yi as Hotel Manager
  • Rachel Grant as Peaceful
  • Ian Pirie as Creep
  • Simón Andreu as Dr. Alvarez
  • Mark Dymond as Van Bierk
  • Deborah Moore as Air Hostess
  • Oliver Skeete as Concierge
  • Joaquín Martínez as Old Man Cigar Factory
  • Michael G. Wilson as General Chandler
  • Daryl Kwan as General Han
  • Vincent Wong as General Li
  • Sai-Kit Yung as General Dong (as Stuart Ong)
  • Manolo Caro as Cuban Waiter
  • Sarllya Sarllya as Korean Scorpion Guard (as Tymarah)
  • Paul Darrow as Doctor
  • Lucas Hare as Medic
  • Cristina Contes as Nurse
  • Stewart Scudamore as Buckingham Palace Reporter
  • Bill Nash as Buckingham Palace Reporter
  • James Wallace as Buckingham Palace Reporter
  • Ami Chorlton as Buckingham Palace Reporter

Rest of Cast Listed Alphabetically:

  • Nina Armstrong as Young Woman at Sword Club (uncredited)
  • Alan Bond as Reporter (uncredited)
  • Stephanie Burns as Cameo Role (uncredited)
  • David Decio as Mr. Kil's Personal Ice Palace Assistant / Jinx's Personal Driver (uncredited)
  • Anna Edwards as Ice Palace Guest (uncredited)
  • Lynne Hazelden as Ice Palace - TV Crew / Reporter (uncredited)
  • Christine Hewett as Ice Palace Guest (uncredited)
  • Thomas Ho as Korean Guard (uncredited)
  • Aiko Horiuchi as Cameo (uncredited)
  • Lea Jerova as Ice Palace Girl (uncredited)
  • Tatiana Lavrentieva as Guest at Ice Palace (uncredited)
  • Wendy Leech as Extra at Blades (uncredited)
  • Justin Lewellyn as Extra at Blades (uncredited)
  • Madonna as Verity (uncredited)
  • Gerard Naprous as Old Man at Sword Club (uncredited)
  • Catherine Porter as Ice Palace Party Guest (uncredited)
  • Christopher Schönning as Army Guy (uncredited)
  • Sherry Stone as Cuban Cigar Roller (uncredited)
  • Rocky Taylor as Man at Sword Club (uncredited)
  • Trevor White as Jumpmaster (uncredited)

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Casino Royale

"Casino Royale" is the first of several James Bond movies with Daniel Craig as Agent 007. This "Casino Royale" is the twenty first film in the series, and is not to be confused with the parody film with the same name made in 1967.

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The film begins in the city of Prague, Czech Republic, where James Bond has tracked down an MI6 section chief, Dryden, who was selling info to enemies for earnings. Intercut with the discussion are white and black scenes of Bond and Dryden's contact battling in a men's space.

Dryden points a weapon at Bond. Dryden states that Bond "need not worry, the 2nd is--" at which point Bond eliminates Dryden. In flashback, Fisher recuperates from Bond's attempt to drown him and picks up his handgun.

The scene changes to Uganda where a terrorist group is meeting "Le Chiffre", a private banker to terrorist groups around the world. The broker for the deal is a Mr. White, who invests their money and adjusts stocks so they get a 100 % return on the investment. The terrorists, lead by a guy named Obanno, accept permit the cash to be considered Le Chiffre's dubious purposes.

In Madagascar, Bond, on his first goal as a "00", is working with another representative, Carter, keeping an eye on a terrorist, Mollaka, who is wagering on a match between a cobra and a mongoose. Bond's unskilled partner agent is exposed after Mollaka gets a cell call and the terrorist bolts from the scene. Bond chases after the guy, who is a seasoned "cost-free runner" (parkor) who leads Bond with a construction website, onto a number of sky cranes and lastly to the Nambutu embassy where he looks for asylum. Bond charges into the embassy, in direct contravention of worldwide law and his orders, and catches Mollaka. Bond battles his means thru the halls of the embassy and finally finds himself surrounded by armed guards. The ambassador buys and appears Bond to let Mollaka go. Bond shoots the terrorist and a close-by gas tank and escapes in the explosion. He likewise takes the knapsack Mollaka was carrying. Exploring the knapsack, he finds a cell phone and a bomb. Bond analyzes the guy's messages quickly, seeing one with an American telephone number and the word "ellipsis." Bond keeps the phone.

Back at MI6, M is furious that 007's fierce actions were captured on tape at the Nambutu embassy. Bond later on sneaks into M's house and hacks her top-level clearance so he can trace where the mobile phone call stemmed from. When M enters she's stunned and lectures him on appropriate protocol and conduct. She thought it was an error to offer him 00 status. Bond ensures her that "the life span of a 00 is quick, so your error will be brief." M tells him that "arrogance and self-awareness hardly ever go hand-in-hand" and she desired him to take his ego out of the formula when on a mission. She also tells him to go on a quick holiday till she can decide how best to handle him. Bond had actually discovered that the call to Mollaka originated in the Bahamas therefore Bond goes there to explore who made the call and why. He winds up discovering a middle man, Dmitrios, who was working for Le Chiffre and that he was employed to discover somebody who can accomplish a job for Le Chiffre. Bond fulfills Dmitrios and plays poker with him, winning his 1964 Aston Martin.

Bond makes use of the Aston to finagle a romantic night with Dmitrios' spurned better half, Solange, to get info about her spouse. Bond eliminates Dmitrios when he's held at knifepoint, nevertheless, the bag goes missing and Bond follows the man, Carlos, hired for Mollaka's job. Bond manages to leap onto the tanker.

Going back to Nassau, Bond discovers that Solange had been murdered. Since she was the only one left alive and he assumed she talked, M explains she was tortured and killed by Le Chiffre. Le Chiffre's strategy was to "short-sell" hundreds of millions of dollars in Skyfleet stock and, in destroying their prototype, cause their stock to drop and send them into bankruptcy. Thanks to Bond, Le Chiffre loses over $101 million dollars. Now a marked guy, Le Chiffre must discover another method to earn the money back so his investors will not kill him. He sets up a high stakes poker match in Montenegro for 10 players with entry fees at $10 million each plus a $5 million buy back ought to they lose all their cash. M informs Bond of the poker game and accepts let Bond continue the goal considering that he's the best poker player in the service. M likewise implants a homing device on 007 so she can track him anywhere.

The British Government will be installing the money and we are introduced to Vesper Lynd who is the government agent who is going to keep track of Bond and provide a go, no-go must he lose the cash. They chat on the train about each other, Vesper commenting on his cold nature and Bond remarking on exactly how Vesper is retentive. Upon arriving they posture as a couple and satisfy Rene Mathis, their contact in Montenegro. Each poker player has their money in a Swiss bank in escrow while they play and each one has a password to keep the cash protected. Vesper has the account number however only 007 understands the password. On the first hand, 007 loses a chunk of money to determine how Le Chiffre bluffs (his physical "mention to" involves him putting his left hand near his injured eye), nonetheless Vesper is not at all impressed, thinking Bond is inept. After a lengthy round of hands, a break is called. Bond places a tracking device in Le Chiffre's asthma inhaler and takes Vesper back to their room. Le Chiffre is called back to his room by his girlfriend, Valenka. He was confronted by Obanno and his henchman, demanding his cash back. They threaten to cut off Valenka's arm, nonetheless, Le Chiffre doesn't acquiesce. Out in the corridor, Bond hears Valenka shrieking. He rapidly grabs Vesper and they kiss in the stairs entrance to cover themselves. Obanno's henchman notices Bond's earpiece and attacks them both. The battle takes them into the stairwell, where the henchman gets shaken off the stairwell to his death, and James and Obanno have a knock-down drag-out fight all the means down the stairwell. Landing on the bottom, Bond gets Obanno into a chokehold. Obanno attempts to grab Bond's weapon, but Vesper smashes it from his hands. Bond gets rid of Obanno and orders Vesper to call Mathis, who sets up a guy to take the fall for the bodies by placing them in the man's automobile trunk. Bond completes the poker session, however he goes back to the room to discover Vesper shaking uncontrollably in the shower from the battle. He hangs on to her and conveniences her.

Leiter tells 007 that he's doing poorly himself in the game and that he'll back Bond to re-enter the game; Leiter believes that Bond can beat Le Chiffre. Le Chiffre has Valenka poison Bond's martini with digitalis, triggering Bond to suffer severe tachycardia. Bond, shaken, returns to the game.

Le Chiffre uses a big knotted rope, striking Bond's scrotum, demanding the password for the account the payouts have been protected in. Bond declines, in spite of Le Chiffre's hazards to kill him and Vesper. Le Chiffre finally draws a knife and is about to castrate Bond when gunshots are heard outside.

Bond awakens in a medical facility bed during a haze while he recuperates. He talks with Mathis, whom he thinks was liable for his and Vesper's capture by Le Chiffre. MI6 agents appear, taze Mathis and drag him away.

Vesper gos to Bond and they confess their love for each other. The Swiss lender in charge of the winnings account check outs and Bond provides Vesper the password to type in; the password is her own given name. Bond resigns from the service to go away with Vesper, and they sail to Venice, Italy where Vesper says she'll get the cash and Bond will get the materials for the trip. When M phones 007 about his resignation, she states that they have to chat about the cash being returned to the British government first, which pointers off 007 that Vesper was utilizing him all along. 007 follows Vesper to a secret conference where she turns the cash over, in cash, to a guy named Gettler. Gettler and a few of his men retreat to a structure being remodelled and a gunfight ensues. Bond shoots and fractures the flotation bags that hold the building above water-level and battles with them all, killing them. He attempts to conserve Vesper, locked in an old elevator, but is unable to after she commits suicide by drowning herself. Bond recuperates her body and takes her above water however is unable to revive her. Mr. White, who 'd been watching the scene, is seen leaving with the travel suitcase complete of cash.

Sitting on the sailboat he and Vesper had been vacationing on, Bond talks to M, who informs him that Vesper had a partner who was being held by Le Chiffre's organization. She had meant to pay off Le Chiffre's connect with the money to protect her sweetheart's release. M believes that there are no additional leads, that the "trail has actually gone cold." Bond examines Vesper's mobile phone and discovers the phone number of Mr. White, which he theorized she left for him on purpose. At Lake Como in Northern Italy, White arrives at a palatial estate. After he exits his automobile, he receives a call from someone informing him they "have to talk." Asking who the caller is, White is all of a sudden shot in the leg by a sniper. He falls to the ground and crawls towards your house. As he attempts to climb up the stairs and the familiar Bond theme starts to play, Bond appears bring a cellular phone and an HK rifle. As White looks up certainly, Bond states "The name's Bond. James Bond." The closing titles roll instantly.

Dryden says that Bond "needn't stress, the 2nd is--" at which point Bond eliminates Dryden. Bond kills Dmitrios when he's held at knifepoint, however, the bag goes missing and Bond follows the man, Carlos, employed for Mollaka's task. Leiter mentions to 007 that he's doing badly himself in the game and that he'll back Bond to re-enter the game; Leiter thinks that Bond can beat Le Chiffre. Le Chiffre has Valenka toxin Bond's martini with digitalis, causing Bond to suffer extreme tachycardia. Bond resigns from the service to go away with Vesper, and they cruise to Venice, Italy where Vesper states she'll get the cash and Bond will get the materials for the journey.

Cast (in credits order) Verified As Complete

  • Daniel Craig as James Bond
  • Eva Green as Vesper Lynd
  • Mads Mikkelsen as Le Chiffre
  • Judi Dench as M
  • Jeffrey Wright as Felix Leiter
  • Giancarlo Giannini as Rene Mathis
  • Caterina Murino as Solange
  • Simon Abkarian as Alex Dimitrios
  • Isaach De Bankolé as Steven Obanno (as Isaach De Bankole)
  • Jesper Christensen as Mr. White
  • Ivana Milicevic as Valenka
  • Tobias Menzies as Villiers
  • Claudio Santamaria as Carlos
  • Sebastien Foucan as Mollaka (as Sébastien Foucan)
  • Malcolm Sinclair as Dryden
  • Richard Sammel as Adolph Gettler
  • Ludger Pistor as Mendel
  • Joseph Millson as Carter
  • Darwin Shaw as Fisher (as Daud Shah)
  • Clemens Schick as Kratt
  • Emmanuel Avena as Leo
  • Tom Chadbon as Stockbroker
  • Ade as Infante
  • Urbano Barberini as Tomelli
  • Tsai Chin as Madame Wu
  • Charlie Levi Leroy as Gallardo
  • Lazar Ristovski as Kaminofsky
  • Tom So as Fukutu
  • Veruschka von Lehndorff as Gräfin von Wallenstein (as Veruschka)
  • Andreas Daniel as Dealer (as Daniel Andreas)
  • Carlos Leal as Tournament Director
  • Christina Cole as Ocean Club Receptionist
  • Jürgen Tarrach as Schultz
  • John Gold as Card Players
  • Jerry Inzerillo as Card Players
  • Diane Hartford as Card Players
  • Jessica Miller as Dealer
  • Leo Stransky as Tall Man (as Leos Stránský)
  • Paul Bhattacharjee as Hot Room Doctors
  • Crispin Bonham-Carter as Hot Room Doctors
  • Simon Cox as Hot Room Technicians
  • Rebecca Gethings as Hot Room Technicians
  • Peter Notley as MI6 Technician
  • John Chancer as Police Commander
  • Peter Brooke as Airport Policemen
  • Jason Durran as Airport Policemen
  • Robert Jezek as Arresting Officer
  • Robert G. Slade as Pilot
  • Félicité Du Jeu as French News Reporter
  • Michaela Ochotská as Shop Assistant
  • Michael Offei as Obanno's Lieutenant
  • Makhoudia Diaw as Obanno's Liaison
  • Michael G. Wilson as Chief of Police
  • Martina Duravolá as Police Chief's Girlfriends
  • Marcela Martincáková as Police Chief's Girlfriends
  • Vladimír Kulhavý as Croatian General
  • Valentine Nonyela as Nambutu Embassy Official
  • Dusan Pelech as Bartender
  • Phil Meheux as Treasury Bureaucrat (as Phil Méheux)
  • Alessandra Ambrosio as Tennis Girls
  • Veronika Hladikova as Tennis Girls (as Veronika Hladíková)
  • Regina Gabajová as Hotel Splendide Clerk
  • Olutunji Ebun-Cole as Cola Kid
  • Martin Ucík as Barman
  • Vlastina Svátková as Waitress
  • Miroslav Simunek as Disapproving Man
  • Ivan G'Vera as Venice Hotel Concierge
  • Jirí Lenc as Hotel Splendide Limo Driver
  • Jaroslav Jankovsky as Hermitage Waiter

Rest of Cast Listed Alphabetically:

  • Lasco Atkins as Airport Staff (uncredited)
  • Greg Bennett as Airport Driver, Miami (uncredited)
  • Richard Branson as Man at Airport Security (uncredited)
  • Pete Britten as MI6 Technician (uncredited)
  • Martin Campbell as Airport Worker (uncredited)
  • Tara Cardinal as Woman in Casino (uncredited)
  • Ben Cooke as MI6 Agent (uncredited)
  • Jan Loukota as Gallardo's Bodyguard (uncredited)
  • Nigel Pilkington as Croupier (uncredited)
  • Simona Roman as Dossier Girl (uncredited)
  • Sol E. Romero as Girl in Casino (uncredited)
  • Valarie Trapp as Young Woman in Casino (uncredited)
  • Gunther von Hagens as Himself (uncredited)

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Quantum of Solace

Film twenty two in the James Bond movie list is "Quantum of Solace", and once again stars Daniel Craig as Agent 007.

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The film opens right after the occasions of Casino Royale with Bond driving from Lake Garda to Siena, Italy. With the caught Mr. White in the travel luggage compartment of his automobile, Bond is assaulted by chasing henchmen. After averting his pursuers, and killing numerous of them, Bond gets to an MI6 safe house.

M updates Bond on Vesper's boyfriend, Yusef Kabira, whose body had been discovered off the coast of Ibiza, nonetheless, the body is not Kabira's, leading M to conclude that he's still alive. Bond pockets an image of his previous enthusiast Vesper Lynd and Kabira.

Bond and M interrogate White regarding his secretive organization and it ends up being noticeable that MI6 knows little to absolutely nothing about them. White is quite entertained and tells them that they "have individuals everywhere." At that moment, M's bodyguard, Mitchell, reveals his allegiance to the organization by killing the MI6 guard and attempting to assassinate M. Bond prevents the attempt by throwing a chair at Mitchell; permitting M to escape.

As Bond struggles with Mitchell, a stray bullet from Mitchell's weapon hits White, who seems mortally wounded. Bond pursues Mitchell over several rooftops, ultimately ending up in a building being refurbished. A hand-to-hand fight ensues, Bond and Mitchell lose their pistols. Bond is able to recover his own and gets rid of Mitchell. When Bond returns to the safe home, he finds White has left.

Moments after Bond gets in Slate's hotel room, Slate attacks Bond, and Bond is required to eliminate him. Analyzing the briefcase, Bond finds out that Slate was sent out to get rid of Camille Montes at the behest of her lover, Dominic Greene, the chairman of an environmental company called Greene Planet. While observing her conference with Greene, Bond finds out that Greene is helping an unsafe Bolivian general, Medrano (who killed Camille's family) overthrow his government in exchange for an apparently barren piece of desert.

Greene has actually Camille escorted away on Medrano's boat to "sweeten" their deal, however Bond rescues her. On the airplane, Greene satisfies with the CIA's section chief for South America, Beam, and Felix Leiter, who, when asked if he recognizes Bond from an image, shares he does not.

Arriving in Austria, Bond discovers that Greene's company is named "Quantum" and several members are attending Tosca. Bond infiltrates Quantum's meeting at the opera, taking among the member's earpieces, and listens in on their conversation which concerns their scary company dealings around the globe. Bond, announcing that Quantum ought to probably "find a more safe place to satisfy", tricks them all into withstanding leave so he can take pictures of them. He transfers the pictures back to MI6 where M's agents start to recognize them.

As Bond leaves the theater, a gunfight follows in a dining establishment. A bodyguard of Guy Haines, an adviser to the British Prime Minister, is eliminated by Greene's guys and Bond is framed. M has Bond's tickets and charge card revoked because she thinks Bond has actually eliminated too many potential sources of details. Bond takes a trip to Italy to reunite with his old ally René Mathis, whom he encourages to accompany him to La Paz, Bolivia, to explore one of Greene's company negotiations there. On the flight over, Bond drink several glasses of his trademark martini and broods over Vesper; he feels heartbroken and betrayed. In La Paz, they are greeted by Strawberry Fields, an MI6 field operative from the British Consulate, who requires that Bond go back to the UK on the next offered flight. Bond disobeys and, declining to check out the seedy hotel Fields had actually chosen, checks into a luxury hotels and resort with her. Bond seduces her in their hotel suite.

Bond meets Camille again at an environmental fund-raiser being held by Greene, where she is hectic ruining Greene's party by pointing out his hypocrisy and lies to wealthy donors. After Bond subdues the police, he has a minute of relative tenderness with Mathis as the passing away man asks Bond to remain with him. Mathis mentions to Bond that Vesper "provided everything" for him; his passing away desire is that Bond forgive Vesper, and that he forgive himself.

The two return to La Paz, where Bond fulfills M and learns Fields has been murdered and is covered in petroleum. Bond escapes the representatives who jail him, resisting M's orders to surrender. Before he leaves, Bond demands that M include in her report that Fields did her tasks to the finest of her capability.

Like Bond, Felix thinks his government is on the incorrect track. Bond is compelled to run when several CIA task forces unexpectedly appear and open fire.

Greene then threatens Gen. Medrano into signing a contract providing Greene's business a pricey exclusive energies contract in Bolivia, which will be the only source for fresh water for the country. At first, Medrano refuses but Greene counters saying that Quantum is prominent and very powerful, able to work with or topple any government or dictator and that Medrano can potentially be castrated if he does not agree to Greene's demands.

After the meeting, Bond eliminates the Colonel of Police for betraying Mathis, and sets off a chain of explosions in the hotels and resort when a hydrogen fuel tank is struck by an out of control automobile. Camille hinders Medrano's attempted rape of the hotels and resort's servant lady, and after a battle (throughout which Medrano mentions to Camille that she has the "same frightened appearance" her mother had before he eliminated her), Camille kills Medrano. Bond saves Camille from the burning building, and catches Greene. After questioning him, he leaves Greene stranded in the middle of the desert with just a can of motor oil. Bond tells him that he bets Greene will make it 20 miles throughout the desert before he thinks about consuming the oil, contrasting the resources of oil and water. Bond drives Camille to a train station, where she muses on exactly what life holds for her now that her revenge is total. They kiss briefly however passionately before she leaves.

Bond takes a trip to Kazan, Russia, where he finds Yusef Kabira. Yusef belongs to Quantum who seduces high-ranking females with useful connections, getting them to provide up government possessions as ransom for himself in fake kidnappings where he is supposedly held captive. He 'd formerly tricked Vesper Lynd into the same sort of betrayal of MI6 and prepares to do the very same with Canadian representative Corinne Vaneau, even offering her the same kind of pendant he provided Vesper (an Algerian love knot). Amazing them at Yusef's home, Bond informs Corinne about Vesper and recommends her to notify the Canadian Security Intelligence Service. Bond leaves Yusef's apartment and is faced by M who is somewhat shocked that Bond did not get rid of Yusef, however rather left him alive for questioning. M exposes that Leiter has actually been advertised at the CIA to replace Beam, and that Greene was discovered dead in the desert, shot in the back of the head and with motor oil in his stomach. Bond doesn't volunteer any info on Greene, but tells M that she was right about Vesper. M then informs Bond that MI6 requires him to come back to the agency. Bond walks off into the evening mentioning to M that he "never ever left." As he leaves, he drops Vesper's necklace in the snow.

The traditional gun barrel series that opens nearly every film in the series (with the exception of this movie's predecessor, Casino Royale) appears just prior to the closing credits.

Moments after Bond enters Slate's hotel room, Slate attacks Bond, and Bond is required to eliminate him. M has Bond's keys and credit cards withdrawed since she thinks Bond has eliminated too lots of potential sources of information. After Bond subdues the police, he has a minute of relative tenderness with Mathis as the passing away man asks Bond to stay with him. Mathis tells Bond that Vesper "gave everything" for him; his dying desire is that Bond forgive Vesper, and that he forgive himself. Bond leaves Yusef's home and is confronted by M who is rather shocked that Bond did not kill Yusef, however rather left him alive for questioning.

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Cast (in credits order) Verified As Complete


  • Daniel Craig as James Bond
  • Olga Kurylenko as Camille
  • Mathieu Amalric as Dominic Greene
  • Judi Dench as M
  • Giancarlo Giannini as Rene Mathis
  • Gemma Arterton as Strawberry Fields
  • Jeffrey Wright as Felix Leiter
  • David Harbour as Gregg Beam
  • Jesper Christensen as Mr. White
  • Anatole Taubman as Elvis
  • Rory Kinnear as Bill Tanner
  • Tim Pigott-Smith as Foreign Secretary
  • Joaquín Cosio as General Medrano
  • Fernando Guillén Cuervo as Colonel of Police
  • Jesús Ochoa as Lt. Orso
  • Lucrezia Lante della Rovere as Gemma
  • Glenn Foster as Mitchell
  • Paul Ritter as Guy Haines
  • Simon Kassianides as Yusef
  • Stana Katic as Corrine
  • Neil Jackson as Mr. Slate
  • Oona Chaplin as Perla de las Dunas Receptionist
  • Brendan O'Hea as Forensics Tech
  • Rufus Wright as Treasury Agent
  • Kari Patrice Coley as Hôtel Dessalines Clerk
  • Sarah Hadland as Ocean Sky Receptionist
  • Jake Seal as Bartender on Virgin Flight
  • Peñarandam Felix as Bolivian Taxi Driver (as Felix Peñaranda)
  • Emilio Janhunen Calderón as Andean Grand Hotel Receptionist (as Emiliano Valdés)
  • Elizabeth Arciniega as Mr. White's Girlfriend
  • Alessio Sossas as Carabinieri on Radio
  • Mark Wakeling as MI6 Agent
  • Susana Albornoz as Woman with Bucket
  • Jacques Duckins as Haitian Gang Member
  • Anthony Hansell as Dockside Valet
  • Karin Lanz as Gift Bag Girl
  • Christian Heller as Man with Gift Bag
  • Dante Concha as Investor at Party
  • Diego Fernández de Córdoba as Investor at Party
  • Edwin Cedeño as Investor at Party
  • Mike Pérez as Motorcycle Cop
  • Juan Carlos Avendaño as Motorcycle Cop
  • Rachel McDowall as CIA Flight Attendant
  • Rodrigo Farrugia as Hotel Bolívar Receptionist
  • Carl von Malaisé as Greene's Driver
  • Raffaello Degruttola as Alfa 2 Driver
  • Robert Braithwaite as Speedboat Captain
  • Santos Varas Ramos as DC-3 Caretaker
  • Antonio Gil as Marchetti Pilot (as Antonio Gil-Martinez)
  • Luis Antonio Gotti as Bureaucrat at Party
  • Jaime Newball as La Paz Bartender
  • Guillermo del Toro as Additional Voices (voice)
  • Alfonso Cuarón as Additional Voices (voice)
  • Kamil Krejcí as Quantum Member
  • Gustavo Nanez as Quantum Member
  • Erosi Margiani as Quantum Member
  • Uygar Tamer as Quantum Member
  • Alexandra Prusa as Quantum Member
  • Muhamed Gandura as Quantum Member
  • Shamel El-Salhy as Quantum Member
  • Tsedor Gyalzur as Quantum Member
  • Daniel Stüssi as Quantum Member
  • Karine Babajanyan as Floria Tosca
  • Sebastien Soules as Baron Scarpia
  • Brandon Jovanovich as Mario Cavaradossi
  • Martin Busen as Sciarrone
  • Alexandre Krawetz as Spoletta (as Alexander Krawetz)
  • Dale Albright as Spoletta
  • Katia Velletaz as Hirtenknabe
  • Emilia Pountney as Hirtenknabe

Rest of Cast Listed Alphabetically:

  • David Decio as MI6 Agent (uncredited)
  • Dave Evans as Delta Force Member (uncredited)
  • Eva Green as Vesper Lynd (archive footage) (uncredited)
  • Eddy Joseph as M's Husband (uncredited) (unconfirmed)
  • Aaron King as MI6 Agent (uncredited)
  • Tatiana Lavrentieva as Russian Neighbour (uncredited)
  • Derek Lea as Haines' Bodyguard (uncredited)
  • Brianna Meighan as Guest at Bolivian Party (uncredited)
  • Mike Patlin as DC-3 Co-Pilot (uncredited)
  • Tracy Redington as MI6 Agent (uncredited)
  • Laila Alina Reischer as Company girl (uncredited)
  • Michael G. Wilson as Man Sitting in Chair in Haitian Hotel Lobby (uncredited)

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Skyfall

"Skyfall" is the most recent James Bond movie, and amazing number twenty three in the series, and also stars Daniel Craig as James Bond.

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The two then begin battling hand-to-hand on top of the moving train, whilst further up the line Eve has actually taken position with a rifle all set to take out Patrice, however Bond and Patrice are still grappling with each various other rejecting Eve a clear shot. M (Judi Dench) gives the order for Eve to take the shot, however Bond is struck and falls into the river below, relatively dead.

M starts composing Bond's obituary. The next day she is ordered to a meeting with Gareth Mallory (Ralph Fiennes), the Chairman of the Intelligence and Security Committee. Mallory reveals the hard disk includes the names of every undercover NATO agent embedded in terrorist organizations worldwide. Mallory recommends that because of M's inadequate handling of the scenario she need to retire, or rather be required to retire with full honors. She declines and goings back to work. On the way there M's aide Costs Tanner (Rory Kinnear) discovers that someone has actually hacked MI6's database from M's computer system and prior to they show up at head offices a substantial surge destroys M's workplace, killing 8 employees.

In M's workplace, Bond is shocked that one of M's less tasteful desk ornaments, a white china bulldog with a Union Jack flag painted on its back, survived the explosion. M mentions to Bond he has actually hardly passed his reassessment, and can return to normal service. She also sends him to fulfill the brand-new Quartermaster, or "Q" (Ben Whishaw), who offers Bond a radio locator and new design Walther PPK with a hand-print sensing unit that makes the handgun usable only by Bond.

Bond takes a trip to Shanghai and follows Patrice to a skyscraper where he is carrying out another assassination on a guy in the building opposite. Patrice effectively assassinates his target and the 2 battle hand-to-hand, and Patrice falls to his fatality before Bond can discover who employed him. Bond travels to the casino, hands in the chip and is provided 4 million euros for the assassination by the cashier, mistakenly thinking Bond to be the gunman.

The next day they approach an island filled with derelict buildings and are taken prisoner by the crew of the yacht. They are separated as Bond is taken to see Sévérine's company Raoul Silva (Javier Bardem). Silva exposes that he is a previous MI6 agent whom M betrayed by leaving him to be sent to prison and tortured at the hands of the adversary; M obviously gave him up due to the fact that she felt the things he was doing were too harmful. Silva also reveals that M has sent him out on a goal regardless of the fact that Bond failed all his tests, shaking Bond's trust of her. They going to a courtyard where Sévérine stands tied up and beaten. Positioning a little shot glass of whiskey on Sévérine's head, he scolds her to stand up directly, then challenges Bond to a shooting match. Bond's shooting hand is unstable, and misses out on, maybe purposely, however Silva loses no time in shooting her in the forehead. Bond unexpectedly overpowers and kills Silva's guards, and after requiring support from Royal Navy helicopters with Q's radio locator, catches Silva and returns to the UK.

M faces Silva about his attacks, however he questions her as to why she abandoned him, showing her exactly how his hydrogen cyanide pill failed to eliminate him and left his face warped. M counters Silva's chiding, stating she'll have his name struck off the remembrance wall of MI6. Finding herself having to go to a public hearing with the MP, M leaves, visibly shaken. On her means out, she charges Bond and Q with inspecting Silva's laptop for any proof. She also mentions to Bond that Silva's real name is Tiago Rodriguez and that he was one of MI6's best agents. When he started to run beyond MI6's authority, M gave him approximately the Chinese government in return for a number of agents they held as prisoners and the relaxed handover of Hong Kong.

Q attempts to gain access to Silva's computer system, but when he does MI6's security systems fail, releasing Silva. Bond chases him through London's underground system. En route, Silva disguises himself as a policeman, but Q manages to move him through CCTV images. Bond finally corners him however Silva detonates a bomb and thwarts a train to toss Bond off his tracks and enable him time to leave. Silva and a group of his henchmen, all dressed as authorities officers turn up at the meeting where M is attending to MP's. He begins shooting the guards, but Bond shows up in the nick of time to move M away to safety. Bond drives her off alone, intending to use her as bait to draw Silva out. Along the means they change cars to avoid them from quickly being tracked, and Bond changes to his old Aston Martin DB5, with all the defense systems still working. He asks Q to produce a trail that only Silva can follow, which meets Mallory's approval.

Bond and M travel to Scotland to 'Skyfall', the Bond household estate. The first wave guys of Silva's men technique, and are taken care of by the booby traps, the DB5's device guns, Bond and Kincade, nevertheless M is struck in the abdomen by a bullet. Bond tosses a knife into his back, killing him, but M succumbs to her bullet wound and dies, leaving Bond distraught.

Bond returns to London, where Eve discovers him on a rooftop, contemplating the horizon. She hands him a small box and tells him that M's will had been reviewed that morning, and that she had actually left Bond something. He opens it to discover the white china bulldog with the Union Jack snuggled in tissue paper, and smiles. Eve informs him that she has actually declined fieldwork and taken a desk job, revealing that her surname is "Moneypenny." Bond strolls with a tufted leather door beyond Eve's desk and into a familiar-looking office. Mallory has been appointed the brand-new M and hands Bond an assignment folder asking Bond if he prepares to work. Bond replies, "With satisfaction, Sir.".

The movie closes with a new gun barrel series, a 50th anniversary logo design, and a title specifying "James Bond will return.".

Silva likewise exposes that M has sent him out on an objective despite the fact that Bond failed all of his tests, shaking Bond's trust of her. Bond finally corners him but Silva detonates a bomb and derails a train to toss Bond off his tracks and allow him time to leave. Bond and M travel to Scotland to 'Skyfall', the Bond family estate. Bond throws a knife into his back, eliminating him, but M succumbs to her bullet wound and dies, leaving Bond distraught.

Mallory has actually been designated the new M and hands Bond an assignment folder asking Bond if he's prepared to work.

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Cast (in credits order) Verified As Complete

  • Daniel Craig as James Bond
  • Judi Dench as M
  • Javier Bardem as Silva
  • Ralph Fiennes as Gareth Mallory
  • Naomie Harris as Eve
  • Bérénice Marlohe as Severine (as Bérénice Lim Marlohe)
  • Albert Finney as Kincade
  • Ben Whishaw as Q
  • Rory Kinnear as Tanner
  • Ola Rapace as Patrice
  • Helen McCrory as Clair Dowar MP
  • Nicholas Woodeson as Doctor Hall
  • Bill Buckhurst as Ronson
  • Elize du Toit as Vanessa (M's Assistant)
  • Ian Bonar as MI6 Technician
  • Gordon Milne as M's Driver
  • Peter Basham as Vauxhall Bridge Police Guard
  • Ben Loyd-Holmes as Vauxhall Bridge Police Guard
  • Tonia Sotiropoulou as Bond's Lover
  • Wolf Blitzer as CNN News Anchor
  • David Gillies as MI6 Assessor
  • James Li as MI6 Assessor
  • Kenneth Hazeldine as MI6 Assessor (as Ken Hazeldine)
  • Orion Lee as Shanghai Barman
  • Dave Wong as Shanghai Art Collector
  • Tank Dong as Severine's Bodyguard
  • Roger Yuan as Severine's Bodyguard
  • Liang Yang as Severine's Bodyguard
  • Yennis Cheung as Floating Dragon Cashier
  • Chooye Bay as Floating Dragon Floor Manager
  • Sid Man as Floating Dragon Assistant Floor Manager
  • Angela Tran as Floating Dragon Barmaid
  • Milorad Kapor as Boat Captain
  • Huw Edwards as BBC News Anchor
  • Adebayo Bolaji as Boat Crew
  • Elia Lo Tauro as Boat Crew
  • Amir Boutrous as Boat Crew
  • Khan Bonfils as Boat Crew (as Kan Bonfils)
  • Nicholas Goh as Boat Crew
  • John Hodgkinson as Silva's Isolation Guard
  • Kurt Egyiawan as Q's Assistant
  • Oliver Johnstone as Q's Assistant
  • Harry Kershaw as Q's Assistant
  • Burt Caesar as Inquiry Member
  • Paul Venables as Inquiry Member
  • Crispin Letts as Inquiry Member
  • Kammy Darweish as Inquiry Member
  • Beatrice Curnew as Inquiry Member
  • Dominique Anne Jones as M's Inquiry Assistant (as Dominique Jones)
  • Ross Waiton as Whitehall Police Guard
  • Jim Conway as Whitehall Police Guard
  • Jens Hultén as Silva's Henchman
  • Michael Pink as Silva's Henchman
  • Jo Cameron Brown as Wife at Tube Station
  • Anthony O'Donnell as Husband at Tube Station
  • Hannah Stokely as Tube Driver
  • Wayne Anthony Gordon as Silva's Mercenary (as Wayne Gordon)
  • Enoch Frost as Silva's Mercenary
  • Tom Wu as Silva's Mercenary
  • Jake Fairbrother as Silva's Mercenary
  • Christopher Sciueref as Silva's Mercenary (as Chris Sciueref)
  • Daniel Adegboyega as Silva's Mercenary
  • Selva Rasalingam as Silva's Mercenary
  • Joss Skottowe as Helicopter Gunner

Rest of Cast Listed Alphabetically:

  • James Adkin as Whitehall Businessman (uncredited)
  • Mihai Arsene as Turkish Businessman (uncredited)
  • Russell Balogh as MI6 Agent (uncredited)
  • Greg Bennett as MI6 Agent (uncredited)
  • Paul Blackwell as Commuter (uncredited)
  • Duncan Casey as MI6 Agent (uncredited)
  • Tom Coulston as MI6 executive courtroom (uncredited)
  • Chris Cowlin as Commuter Pushed by Bond (uncredited)
  • Elliott Crossley as Underground commuter (uncredited)
  • Carol Cummings as Mourner (uncredited)
  • Leigh Dent as Passenger (uncredited)
  • Simon DeSilva as Commuter (uncredited)
  • Kriss Dillon as Commuter (uncredited)
  • Amber Elizabeth as Commuter (uncredited)
  • Jake Francis as Chauffeur (uncredited)
  • David Frost as Police Armed Response Officer (uncredited)
  • Neve Gachev as London Commuter (uncredited)
  • Daniel Harland as Whitehall Commuter (uncredited)
  • Lee Nicholas Harris as Armed Police officer (uncredited)
  • Luke Hope as Silvas Mercenary (uncredited)
  • Luke Howard as MI6 Agent / Mourner (uncredited)
  • Craig Izzard as London Tourist (uncredited)
  • Joanna Jeffrees as Whitehall Commuter (uncredited)
  • Alan Low as Casino Martini Bar Guest (uncredited)
  • Shaun Lucas as London Tourist (uncredited)
  • Darren Lynch as Terrorist (uncredited)
  • Jarah Mariano as Girl with Gun - Title Sequence (uncredited)
  • Katherine Elizabeth McLean as London Commuter (uncredited)
  • Duncan Meadows as Isolation Guard (uncredited)
  • Eric Michels as Cocktail Party Guest (uncredited)
  • Stuart Mulcaster as Car Driver (uncredited)
  • Benjayx Murphy as Whitehall and Tube Commuter (uncredited)
  • Shane Nolan as Police Officer (uncredited)
  • Mayo Oliver as Firefighter (uncredited)
  • Martin Poole as Commuter (uncredited)
  • Eddie Ruben as Gambler (uncredited)
  • Santi Scinelli as London Commuter (uncredited)
  • Neil Alexander Smith as Underground Passenger (uncredited)
  • Senem Temiz as London Whitehall Commuter (uncredited)
  • Glenn Webster as Car Driver (uncredited)
  • Dion Williams as Embedded MI6 Agent (uncredited)
  • Gregg Wilson as Turkish bar patron (uncredited)
  • Yusei as Security (uncredited)
  • Özcan Özdemir as Cop (uncredited)

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Casino Royale

This "Casino Royale" is a parody, and has David Niven as Sir James Bond. It is not one of the films in the series James Bond movies, but is included here for completeness.

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Sir James Bond (David Niven) retired at the height of his powers when compelled to betray his lover Mata Hari, and now lives in an English nation house, surrounded by lions, dedicating himself to Debussy and growing black roses, attended by his butler (Erik Chitty). Alarmed by the mounting losses of their spies, he is gone to by the heads of the British ('M' or McTarry; John Huston), French (LeGrand; Charles Boyer), American (Ransome; William Holden) and Russian (Smernov; Kurt Kasznar) Trick Solutions (collectively driven by M's chauffer John LeMesurier), who petition him to return. He refuses, considering himself to belong to a nobler tradition, and them all gadget-ridden "jokeshop" spies, and deploring the handing on of his number, legend and name to a "sexual acrobat". Even a letter from the Queen does not sway him, and as a last desperate technique M signals for Sir James' home to be blown up by the Military: the attack likewise kills M (however not, obviously, the others).

Smersh Authority (the villains) finds out that "Sir James Bond is back, with his morals, his pledges and his celibate image. We should ruin that image".

Sir James, hence required out of retirement, travels to Scotland, taking M's toupee (the only surviving relic or heirloom) to M's widow, Lady Fiona, who has actually been substituted by Smersh representative Mimi (Deborah Kerr). She describes the rituals surrounding the death of The McTarry, which consist of a banquet (with fresh goat haggis and lots of whisky), dancing, and a memorial grouse shoot ("Whenever a McTarry dies, the grouse come into period"). The castle is filled with stunning women, representatives of Smersh, pretending to be M's eleven 16-19-year-old children ("some of us are embraced") including Heather (Tracey Crisp) and Meg (Alexandra Bastedo), who undress Sir James for his bath ("beware, that's my loose kneecap"), Buttercup ("Daddy's little thermometer", Angela Scoular) whom Sir James discovers in fact in his bath, in addition to Eliza (Gabriella Licudi), Peg (Elaine Taylor), and Michele (Frances Cosslett).

Sir James beverages all the others under the table at the banquet, but when later approached by Mimi in his bed room declaring he "comfort her" as her "widow's due", upon rejecting her, she calls him a "ninnogaywillycouf" and summons the pipers for a 'worzle', a contest which involves picking up and trying to toss big stone cannonballs. This he wins, greatly as the 5 pipers (Robin, Jock, Sandy: Bob Godfrey, Percy Herbert) hurt themselves in attempting to get the balls, whereas he manages to choose one up, toss it and capture it. Mimi is so amazed the other girls choose she is a threat and lock her in her space.

At the grouse shoot, one of Sir James' cape buttons has actually been substituted with a homing beacon, and the ladies send out rocket-launched explosive-laden dummy grouse towards him. Helped by Mimi, who has actually escaped down the rather unsafe drain from her room, Sir James uses his braces to fire the button back into the rocket launcher, blowing it up.

Driving back from Scotland, Sir James is tracked by a remote-controlled booby-trapped milk float (control girl Penny Riley), but handles to escape so that it eliminates yet an additional Smersh representative (). In London, he takes over as head of the British Secret Service, whose just making it through members are his secretary Miss Moneypenny (or rather her child; Barbara Bouchet), and his assistant Hadley (or rather his boy; Derek Nimmo), who describe that all the secret representatives apart from Sir James' replacement (now doing television) have been eliminated in sexually suggestive scenarios ("stabbed to death in a girls steam bath", "burnt in a blazing bordello", "garrotted in a geisha residence", and so on) with the possible exception of Sir James' nephew, Jimmy Bond (Woody Allen), last seen in the Caribbean leaving a firing team ("I have a very low limit of death") with a blowing up cigarette, only to end up in front of an additional shooting team. Sir James chooses to call up all the auxiliary staff, and to develop the ultimate 'Anti-Female Spy Gadget' - a man whom all females desire, but who is indifferent to them. Miss Moneypenny is entrusted with discovering one such ("your mother did some of her finest work at night"), and she discovers Cooper ('Coop': Terence Cooper: "Seems like something for keeping birds." "That's me"). Cage, a holder of the 'Kama Sutra Black Belt', is then sent out for his anti-female training, against a gym-full of a variety of unique, exotically dressed Bond ladies (Yvonne Marsh, Veronica Gardnier - there are over 200 stunning women in the film), conquering them all however eventually meeting brand-new secret weapon The Detainer (Daliah Lavi), who also becomes 007 ("I do not do anything, but, unless you are among them, you do"), Sir James having actually chosen that to produce confusion all agents, both male and female, will end up being 'James Bond, 007'.

Sir James personally recruits 2 brand-new 007 spies. The first is affluent Vesper Lynd (Ursula Andress: assistant Valentine Dyall), who Sir James convinces utilizing a 5m tax defaults need (2). Vesper is provided the task of approaching and sponsoring Evelyn Tremble (Peter Sellers: "Isn't Evelyn a girl's name? No, its mine"), a specialist in baccarat at the Buckingham Club, whom Sir James wishes to utilize to beat Smersh's treasurer, Le Chiffre (Orson Welles), presently gambling with Smersh's cash at Casino Royale. She does this, seducing Tremble at her Mayfair flat (to which she has recently had Nelson's Column removed) as well as motivating him to dress up in a variety of costumes (including Napoleon - full with 'Sunny Elba' handout - Hitler and Toulouse-Lautrec: "Begun, you have even more to do". "Even more ?!"). Tremble, now also James Bond, 007, goes to Q (Geoffrey Bayldon) and his fey aide Fordyce (John Wells) in their cellars loaded with inept creations (where he is also shadowed by a dwarf dressed as a yard gnome "He's our security man") for his fitting with a gadget-filled suit ("a little bit tight about the ..." "Toxin pill compartment?").

Sir James then sponsors his own child by Mata Hari, Mata Bond (Joanna Pettet), currently working as a living Eastern goddess ("Celestial Virgin of the Sacred Altar" "Figuratively talking, of course": holy place guard Milton Reid, monk John Hollis): there is an excellent holy place dance series. Mata Bond is sent out to West Berlin by London taxicab (taxicab motorist Bernard Cribbins) to penetrate International Mothers' Assistance, known to be a Smersh cover for the Mata Hari School of Dancing, a spy training school, with rather complex neo-Cubist décor, presided over by the formidable Frau Hoffner (Anna Quale) and the small Polo (Ronnie Corbett). Exposing her identity as Mata Hari's child, she is revealed by Polo to her mother's old space ("Exactly what an enormous bed!" "The German army was large in those days"), where she finds a secret passage triggered by the cistern, which leads to a projection suite: she also discovers 'little Otto' among her mother's fans ("Is he dead?" "Hard to mention to. He constantly looked like that"). She finds out that Le Chiffre is, through his agent (Vladek Sheybal) auctioning his art collection of blackmail pictures to raise cash: the auction in the auditorium is attended by officers from the British (Jack Gwilliam, Richard Wattis), Chinese (Burt Kwouk), American (Hal Galili) and Russian armies. Alerted by the taxi-driver (disclosed as Carlton-Towers of the Foreign Office) to avoid Le Chiffre raising the cash, as the bidding for the first lot escalates ("Seventy million lots of rice!" "Sixty loads of delicacy!"), Mata returns to the projection room, seizes the case of projector slides and flushes them away: she then escapes Polo by unplugging his external heart battery, Frau Hoffner is shot by Otto, and Mata, utilizing a foam fire-extinguisher on the various military, makes excellent her escape with Carlton-Towers (first trying a drain, however on hearing 'Exactly what's New, Pussycat', by taxi back to London). Le Chiffre's agent, telephoning him to report his failure, and that Smersh's leader Dr. Noah now knows what Le Chiffre has depended on, is blown up in his telephone box (the surge likewise destroys part of the Berlin Wall).

Tremble now travels to Gambling establishment Royale, where after meeting Matthis, a French inspector of cops (with an unlikely Scots accent; Duncan Macrae (3)), and having a car-wash with many eavesdroppers (yet more stunning women), in his room meets Miss Goodthighs (Jacqueline Bisset) "the management of the Hotel Tropical present their compliments" who attempts to drug him with doped champagne. Vesper shows up, 'looks after' Miss Goodthighs, and stirs Tremble.

Vesper and Tremble go the Gambling establishment: they transfer 100,000 (cashier Graham Stark) and afterwards fulfill the gambling establishment director Slimmington-Jones (Colin Gordon) in his workplace. Tremble spots that Le Chiffre is utilizing infra-red eyeglasses to cheat: Vesper takes these: Le Chiffre displays with some magic (assistants Jennifer Baker, Susan Baker), and then Tremble and Le Chiffre play a very-high-stakes baccarat game (50 million francs: ~ 3.6 m or $10m at the time), which Tremble eventually wins. Tremble takes his winnings as a cheque drawn on a Swiss bank.

On the method out of the Gambling establishment, Vesper is abducted: Tremble, encouraged of this by the doorman (John Bluthal) follows in a racing car (the racing car driver Sterling Moss, as himself, having run) however is likewise caught by Le Chiffre, who wants the cheque. Positioned in a busted however extremely intricate chair in Le Chiffre's dungeon, he suffers abuse - not physical, however psychological - ultimately ending up being a Scot in complete Highland outfit attacked by 4 Scots marching bands (consisting of Peter O'Toole), he is rescued by Vesper using a gatling gun camouflaged as bagpipes, who then, however, betrays and kills him (and presumably takes the cheque: "Never ever trust a rich spy'). Le Chiffre is then killed by Smersh agents sent by Dr. Noah.

Back in London, Sir James goes to see the Prime Minister, leaving Mata to sight-see ("Mummy would have taken me in" "Mummy took everybody in"): she is captured by a Household Cavalry officer () on horseback and taken by flying dish, which lands on the now-vacated site of Nelson's Column, to Gambling establishment Royale, where, it is now revealed, the secret headquarters of Smersh's leader Dr. Noah are found (reporter Valentine Dyall). Recommended of this by former representative Mimi, now a nun gathering donations ("This department has constantly been really practical to needy girls") Sir James and Moneypenny follow to Casino Royale: attacked in the casino director's room (which is a lift connecting to Dr. Noah's HQ, activated by pushing the eye of a stuffed tiger) they eventually win through to an audience hall with chairs made of gold ingots to see Dr. Noah himself - who turns out to be Sir James' missing nephew, Jimmy Bond.

Dr. Noah then reveals to The Detainer, whom he has also caught, stripped and strapped down to a sofa ("I discovered that in the Child Scouts"), his desire to beat his uncle, and the rest of his plans: to substitute robotic doubles for all world leaders (some of which he has already done). He also shows her a tablet he has actually created, which "appears like an aspirin, it tastes like an aspirin, but it is not an aspirin" - it is in fact an atomic bomb, which goes off after 400 chain responses. Feigning interest in him, she is released, steals the tablet, and handles to slip it into his champagne, and he starts his hiccup-visualized launch procedure.

Sir James, Mata, Moneypenny and Coop (caught earlier) now manage to escape the psychedelically-decorated space in which they have been put behind bars (making use of blowing up 'vaporized lysergic acid' (4)), and making their means back to the audience hall ("Super place for a coming-out celebration") and meeting up with The Detainer, discover their means back to the Casino (with the help of Frankenstein's beast: David Prowse). Whilst The Detainer leaves, Sir James tries to call London for help, however is stopped by Vesper; "Dear Vesper. Dr. Noah appears with the last chain-reaction countdown hiccoughs, and the Gambling establishment is explosively totally destroyed, eliminating all 5 staying James Bonds (Sir James, Coop, Vesper, Mata, Moneypenny), as well as Dr. Noah/Jimmy Bond.

Notes: (1) For more youthful readers: Throughout the Cold War, the city of Berlin was divided by the Berlin Wall (1961-1989) into West Berlin (under Allied control: the Wall surrounded this) and East Berlin (under Soviet control). Among the themes of the film is that the International Mothers' Assistance structure straddles the border, this being mirrored in the indoor design and lighting, and a symbolic rope bisecting the auditorium. (2) In 1967, 5m was half of art auctioneers Christie's annual turnover. Nowadays (2009) it buys 10 % of a Titian. (3) There is likewise a brief pre-credits scene where Tremble (as James Bond) and the Inspector fulfill in a pissoir (4) Lysergic acid is a precursor for lysergic acid diethylamide (LSD - very Sixties). As its melting point is 240oC, and its (theoretical) evaporation point significantly greater (it degrades), a specific technical liberty is taken by considering it to be an explosive vapor collectable in a seat-cushion-cover in the movie

The castle is filled with stunning ladies, representatives of Smersh, pretending to be M's eleven 16-19-year-old daughters ("some of us are adopted") including Heather (Tracey Crisp) and Meg (Alexandra Bastedo), who undress Sir James for his bath ("be cautious, that's my loose kneecap"), Buttercup ("Daddy's little thermometer", Angela Scoular) whom Sir James discovers really in his bath, as well as Eliza (Gabriella Licudi), Peg (Elaine Taylor), and Michele (Frances Cosslett).

In London, he takes over as head of the British Key Service, whose only making it through members are his secretary Miss Moneypenny (or rather her daughter; Barbara Bouchet), and his aide Hadley (or rather his kid; Derek Nimmo), who discuss that all the secret agents apart from Sir James' replacement (now doing television) have actually been eliminated in sexually suggestive situations ("stabbed to fatality in a women sauna bath", "burnt in a scorching bordello", "garrotted in a geisha home", etc.) with the possible exception of Sir James' nephew, Jimmy Bond (Woody Allen), last seen in the Caribbean leaving a firing squad ("I have a very low threshold of fatality") with a blowing up cigarette, just to end up in front of an additional shooting squad. Coop, a holder of the 'Kama Sutra Black Belt', is then sent out for his anti-female training, versus a gym-full of a variety of exotic, exotically dressed Bond women (Yvonne Marsh, Veronica Gardnier - there are over 200 beautiful women in the film), conquering them all but ultimately meeting brand-new secret weapon The Detainer (Daliah Lavi), who also ends up being 007 ("I don't do anything, but, unless you're one of them, you do"), Sir James having chosen that to produce confusion all agents, both male and female, will end up being 'James Bond, 007'.

Encouraged of this by previous representative Mimi, now a nun collecting contributions ("This division has constantly been very useful to needy girls") Sir James and Moneypenny follow to Gambling establishment Royale: attacked in the casino director's room (which is a lift linking to Dr. Noah's HQ, triggered by pressing the eye of a packed tiger) they eventually win through to an audience hall with chairs made of gold ingots to see Dr. Noah himself - who turns out to be Sir James' missing nephew, Jimmy Bond. Dr. Noah appears with the final chain-reaction countdown hiccoughs, and the Casino is explosively totally destroyed, eliminating all 5 remaining James Bonds (Sir James, Coop, Vesper, Mata, Moneypenny), as well as Dr. Noah/Jimmy Bond.

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Cast (in credits order) Verified As Complete

  • Peter Sellers as Evelyn Tremble / James Bond 007
  • Ursula Andress as Vesper Lynd / James Bond 007
  • David Niven as Sir James Bond
  • Orson Welles as Le Chiffre
  • Joanna Pettet as Mata Bond
  • Daliah Lavi as The Detainer / James Bond 007
  • Woody Allen as Jimmy Bond (Dr. Noah)
  • Deborah Kerr as Agent Mimi / Lady Fiona McTarry
  • William Holden as Ransome
  • Charles Boyer as Le Grand
  • John Huston as M / General McTarry
  • Kurt Kasznar as Smernov
  • George Raft as Himself
  • Jean-Paul Belmondo as French Legionnaire (as Jean Paul Belmondo)
  • Terence Cooper as Cooper / James Bond 007
  • Barbara Bouchet as Moneypenny
  • Angela Scoular as Buttercup
  • Gabriella Licudi as Eliza
  • Tracey Crisp as Heather
  • Elaine Taylor as Peg
  • Jacqueline Bisset as Giovanna Goodthighs (as Jacky Bisset)
  • Alexandra Bastedo as Meg
  • Anna Quayle as Frau Hoffner
  • Derek Nimmo as Hadley
  • Ronnie Corbett as Polo
  • Colin Gordon as Casino Director
  • Bernard Cribbins as Taxi Driver
  • Tracy Reed as Fang Leader
  • John Bluthal as Casino Doorman & M.I.5. Man
  • Geoffrey Bayldon as 'Q'
  • John Wells as 'Q's' Assistant
  • Duncan Macrae as Inspector Mathis (as Duncan MaCrae)
  • Graham Stark as Cashier
  • Chic Murray as Chic
  • Jonathan Routh as John
  • Richard Wattis as British Army Officer
  • Vladek Sheybal as Le Chiffre's Auctioneer
  • Percy Herbert as 1st Piper
  • Penny Riley as Control Girl
  • Jeanne Roland as Captain of the Guards


Rest of Cast Listed Alphabetically:

  • Robert Rietty as Dubbing (voice)
  • Jennifer Baker as Le Chiffre's Assistant (uncredited)
  • Susan Baker as Le Chiffre's Assistant (uncredited)
  • R.S.M. Brittain as Sergeant Major (uncredited)
  • Geraldine Chaplin as Keystone Kop (uncredited)
  • Erik Chitty as Sir James Bond's Butler (uncredited)
  • Frances Cosslett as Michele (uncredited)
  • Alexander Doré as Extra (uncredited)
  • Valentine Dyall as Vesper Lynd's Assistant / Dr. Noah's Voice (uncredited)
  • Hal Galili as USA Officer at Auction (uncredited)
  • Veronica Gardnier as Bond Girl (uncredited)
  • Bob Godfrey as Scottish Strongman (uncredited)
  • Jack Gwillim as British Officer at Auction (uncredited)
  • John Hollis as Fred (uncredited)
  • Anjelica Huston as Agent Mimi's Hands (uncredited)
  • Burt Kwouk as Chinese General (uncredited)
  • John Le Mesurier as M's Driver (uncredited)
  • Yvonne Marsh as Bond Girl (uncredited)
  • Barrie Melrose as Extra (uncredited)
  • Stirling Moss as Driver (uncredited)
  • Caroline Munro as Guard Girl (uncredited)
  • Peter O'Toole as Scottish Piper (uncredited)
  • David Prowse as Frankenstein's Creature (uncredited)
  • Milton Reid as Temple Guard (uncredited)
  • Robert Rowland as MI5 Agent (uncredited)
  • Richard Talmadge as Keystone Kop (uncredited)
  • Nikki Van der Zyl as Vesper Lynd (voice) (uncredited)
  • Mona Washbourne as Tea Lady (uncredited)

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Never Say Never Again

This film, "Never Say Never Again", is a remake of "Thunderball" and stars Sean Connery as James Bond. It is not included in the series of movies in the James Bond movie list, but is included here for completeness.

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In an unknown exotic area, James Bond, on project, is infiltrating an enemy substance. After removing a number of even more guards, he gets in an adjacent bedroom where he discovers an abducted female, expecteded to a bed.

At MI6 head office, Bond's employer, M and a tactician review Bond's performance on video; the mission was a fake assignment created to test Bond's efficiency. Though his overall objective time was acceptable, Bond is greatly slammed for being killed, a result of him missing out on details in the goal's "plot." Bond mentions that he has actually been an eager participant in M's "dry run" and that he was only previously wounded in one of them. M mentions that the outcome of that training workout was Bond losing both of his legs, consequently ending up being pointless as an active agent. M orders Bond to Shrubland's, a rehab club beyond London.

At a bank in France, a female, Fatima Blush, demands and shows up access to a secret space housed within the bank where her parent criminal company, SPECTRE, holds a top-secret conference. Present is SPECTRE's leader, Blofeld. He reveals a brand-new strategy for the group's newest attempt at extortion called "The Tears of Allah", so-named for a jade pendant that the objective's creator, Maximillian Largo, gives to his fan, Domino Petachi. With the help of Blush, Largo will steal two nuclear cruise missiles. The theft will be performed in part by an American Flying force Captain, Jack Petachi, Domino's brother, whose right eye is being modified surgically to represent that of the United States President. Blush's duty will be as Capt. Petachi's caretaker following the surgery, nevertheless, SPECTRE has actually also insured his compliance by addicting him to heroin and threatening the life of Domino.

At Shrubland's, Bond is needed to adhere to a stringent program of controlled diet plan and workout. After the two have had sex in Bond's room, Bond notifications a turmoil outside his window and across the courtyard; a lady is arguing with a man whom she then beats badly. Bond slips over to the man's window and observes him utilizing a weird decoding machine.

Lippe lastly corners Bond in a small laboratory and Bond throws the contents of a neighboring beaker in the man's face, causing him to howl horribly and back into a set of shelves, impaling himself on lots of pieces of glasses. The man falls dead and Bond looks at the beaker's label; it reviews "James Bond - urine specimen".

At an American-run air force base in Britain, Jack Petachi takes into a sealed control space and uses his fake eye and deciphering device to successfully change 2 "dummy" warheads for live nuclear ones. The warheads are set up into two cruise missiles which are loaded on an airplane for a test objective. Quickly after leaving the base, Petachi is eliminated by Blush, who causes an automobile crash and finishes him with an explosive gadget.

The warheads are launched from a British stealth bomber and speed toward their designated targets. As they pass by Maximum Largo's yacht, the Flying Dish ("Disco Volante" in Thunderball), among Largo's operatives activates a jamming device which forces the missiles to crash. They are taken aboard and later on concealed in an undersea cave. A broadcast from SPECTRE informs NATO that the missiles will likely have differing targets. SPECTRE normally demands an exorbitant quantity of money as ransom.

Bond has discovered that Petachi's sis, Domino, is involved with Largo himself and tracks them both to Nassau in the Bahamas. Smalls notifies Bond that Largo possesses no criminal record and is quite a philanthropist. Bond is satisfied at a beach-side bar by Fatima Blush, who persuades Bond to join her on a deep-sea diving expedition.

Bond checks in with Smalls, who tells Bond that Largo has actually set sail for the south of France on the Flying Saucer. Bond travels there and fulfills his MI6 contact, Nicole, and Felix Leiter, his CIA contact. While Bond observes the Flying Dish in the bay below their vacation home, he sees a stunning blond female dancing on the deck; Domino Petachi. Bond goes to the very same health spa as Domino and poses as a masseur to discover details about Largo. Domino informs him that Largo is hosting a big charity occasion for orphaned youngsters. Bond goes there and obtains entry by controling a guard. He satisfies Domino and Largo; the millionaire challenges Bond to a video game called Supremacy. The two battle each various other for the monetary values connected to nations of the world. The game, nonetheless, is rigged to electrically surprise the hands of the loser in each round. In the final round, Bond, having challenged Largo to a match for the entire dollar amount of the rest of the world, wins and forces Largo to let go of his hand controls; when Largo shows no apparent physical discomfort, Bond concludes that Largo is psychotic. When Bond provides to waive them in exchange for a single dance with Domino, Largo is about to pay Bond his payouts. Largo orders a tango and throughout the dance, Bond mentions to Domino that Jack is dead which her lover is the chief suspect. Largo all of a sudden tells and ends the dance Domino that her bro will again be postponed in fulfilling them.

Bond go back to the vacation home to discover Nicole killed and hears the killer leaving the home. The killer is Fatima, who drives off. Bond mounts a turbo motorcycle and pursues her in a furious chase, utilizing the cycle's defenses to evade the henchmen who chase him in cars. He chases her into a harborside storage facility, where she knocks him from his cycle. At gunpoint, she compels him to write a statement stating that Fatima was the biggest sexual partner he's ever experienced and threatens to shoot him in the crotch if he doesn't. Bond attempts shooting her with an explosive charge from his pen however the charge fails to detonate immediately. As Fatima aims her own weapon, the charge goes off, eliminating her. Felix Leiter marches from a concealing location and assists Bond leave the French cops.

Bond is rapidly caught and is treated quite nicely as a visitor by the genial Largo. Bond discovers Domino in the yacht's dancing studio and deliberately kisses her passionately, understanding Largo is seeing with a one-way mirror in his personal control space.

After arriving in North Africa, Largo retrieves the hidden nuclear warheads and imprisons Bond in an old citadel. He explains to Bond that the two nukes have different targets; one will be planted in Washington DC, but he declines to expose the various other target particularly, which will be somewhere in the oil fields of the Middle East. He likewise gives Domino to a man who intends to auction her off to a group of regional Arab guys. Bond waits until Largo leaves and escapes from his shackles. He takes an equine from a guard and saves Domino, nevertheless, the 2 are required to leap from a rampart into the sea to escape. They are saved by Leiter, who has actually can be found in an America submarine.

Bond, Leiter and the sub's captain try to figure out where Largo has actually hidden the bombs. Bond and Leiter, along with a commando group, penetrate Largo's lair and fight briefly with his men however are not able to stop him from moving the bomb to his yacht. Largo aims a harpoon gun at Bond but is eliminated himself by Domino, who makes use of a harpoon weapon of her own.

While on vacation with Domino, Bond surprises a man who had actually tried to slip up on him. The man is Nigel Smalls who notifies Bond that M desires him to go back to active service. Bond refuses, saying "never" - a reference to actor Sean Connery's quitting the role of James Bond after his last film, Diamonds are Permanently.

At MI6 headquarters, Bond's manager, M and a tactician evaluation Bond's efficiency on video; the mission was a fake assignment made to test Bond's effectiveness. Bond is satisfied at a beach-side bar by Fatima Blush, who persuades Bond to join her on a deep-sea diving exploration. Bond checks in with Smalls, who tells Bond that Largo has set sail for the south of France on the Flying Saucer. In the last round, Bond, having actually challenged Largo to a match for the whole dollar amount of the rest of the world, forces and wins Largo to let go of his hand controls; when Largo reveals no obvious physical discomfort, Bond concludes that Largo is psychotic. Largo is about to pay Bond his payouts when Bond offers to waive them in exchange for a single dance with Domino.

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Cast (in credits order) Verified As Complete

Sean Connery as James Bond
Kim Basinger as Domino Petachi
Klaus Maria Brandauer as Maximilian Largo
Barbara Carrera as Fatima Blush
Max von Sydow as Ernst Stavro Blofeld (as Max Von Sydow)
Bernie Casey as Felix Leiter
Alec McCowen as 'Q' Algy
Edward Fox as M
Pamela Salem as Miss Moneypenny
Rowan Atkinson as Nigel Small-Fawcett
Valerie Leon as Lady in Bahamas
Milos Kirek as Kovacs (as Milow Kirek)
Pat Roach as Lippe
Anthony Sharp as Lord Ambrose
Prunella Gee as Patricia
Gavan O'Herlihy as Jack Petachi
Ronald Pickup as Elliott
Robert Rietty as Italian Minister
Guido Adorni as Italian Minister
Vincent Marzello as Culpepper
Christopher Reich as Number 5
Billy J. Mitchell as Captain Pederson
Manning Redwood as General Miller
Anthony Van Laast as Kurt
Saskia Cohen Tanugi as Nicole
Sylvia Marriott as French Minister
Dan Meaden as Bouncer at Casino
Michael Medwin as Doctor at Shrublands
Lucy Hornak as Nurse at Shrublands
Derek Deadman as Porter at Shrublands
Joanna Dickens as Cook at Shrublands
Tony Alleff as Auctioneer
Paul Tucker as Ship's Steward
Brenda Kempner as Masseuse
Jill Meager as Receptionist at Health Spa
John Stephen Hill as Communications Officer
Wendy Leech as Girl Hostage
Roy Bowe as Ship's Captain

Rest of Cast Listed Alphabetically:

Roy Alon as Prison Guard Thrown into Sea (uncredited)
Andy Bradford as Spectre Henchman (uncredited)
Tony Cyrus as Arab Buyer (uncredited)
Amy Irving as Female Computer Eye Scan Voice (voice) (uncredited) (unconfirmed)
Rocky Taylor as Hostage Guard (uncredited)

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