Complete List of James Bond Movies


James Bond is an all-time hero for those who are in love with action flicks. He was fictional character that was created by Ian Fleming that was launch in novels, television shows, and films.

In this article, we lay out the complete list of James Bond movies from the very first one that graced the big screen in 1962. Scan the list and see which ones you have missed. If you ever find a title you missed watching, rush to your nearest video store and grab a copy. Missing any of the James Bond flicks is a mortal sin for Bond aficionados.

1. Dr. No, 1962, Sean Connery

2. From Russia with Love, 1963, Sean Connery

3. Goldfinger, 1964, Sean Connery

4. Thunderball, 1965, Sean Connery

5. You Only Live Twice, 1967, Sean Connery

6. On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, 1969, George Lazenby

7. Diamonds Are Forever, 1971, Sean Connery

8. Live and Let Die, 1973, Roger Moore

9. The Man with the Golden Gun, 1974, Roger Moore

10. The Spy Who Loved Me, 1977, Roger Moore

11. Moonraker, 1979, Roger Moore

12. For Your Eyes Only, 1981, Roger Moore

13. Octopussy, 1983, Roger Moore

14. A View to a Kill, 1985, Roger Moore

15. The Living Daylights, 1987, Timothy Dalton

16. License to Kill, 1989, Timothy Dalton

17. GoldenEye, 1995, Pierce Brosnan

18. Tomorrow Never Dies, 1997, Pierce Brosnan

19. The World Is Not Enough, 1999, Pierce Brosnan

20. Die Another Day, 2002, Pierce Brosnan

21. Casino Royale, 2006, Daniel Craig

22. Quantum of Solace, 2008, Daniel Craig

After rounding up the complete list of James Bond movies, we give you some interesting tidbits here and there. Such trivia make the films memorable and truly remarkable.

* The James Bond themes are as memorable as the actors that represented the action hero in those 22 films. It was John Barry Orchestra who orchestrated the earlier themes, which was reinvented and remixed several ways through the years. The other popular tunes that surely bring back memories of Bond films include songs like Nobody Does it Better, which was used in The Spy who Loved Me and For Your Eyes Only, which was used in the Bond film of the same title.

* James Bond not only invaded the books, the television, and the big screen, it also made waves in video games and comic books. Several versions of James Bond video games were introduced through the years as well as comic strips that serve as a pricey collection for Bond fans.

* James Bond has two great passions aside from solving crimes and saving the world: girls and gadgets. In every Bond film, viewers note the gadgets and the girls and talk about them endlessly as the fever dies down until another flick is on the pipeline.


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