Loved by adults and kids alike, James Bond was created by author Ian Fleming in 1953 but first became movie flesh and blood fifty years ago when, in 1962’s Dr No, Sean Connery sipped his shaken not stirred Martini and first told us that his name was “Bond. James Bond.”
More than five decades later and we have had 24 ‘official’ Bond movies (1967’s parody Casino Royale, and 1983’s Thunderball remake Never Say Never Again aren’t counted as proper Bonds by fans), with the latest, Spectre, now out in cinemas. Over those 50 years, Sean Connery, Roger Moore, George Lazenby, Timothy Dalton, Pierce Brosnan and now Daniel Craig have all romanced the ladies, killed the bad guys and delivered the cool quips as 007, and each have brought their own style and charms to the franchise.
Everyone has their favourite Bond – and favourite Bond movie – but if you’re…
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