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FILMS INFORMATION


Dr No

Dr No is the sixth James Bond novel written by Ian Fleming, originally published in 1958. The novel was adapted as the first official James Bond film in 1962. The film was produced by Albert R. Broccoli and Dr NoHarry Saltzman with Sean Connery playing the role of British Secret Service agent, Commander James Bond, for the first time. It led to a popular and long-running series of Bond films by Broccoli and Saltzman's EON Productions.

Plot:

James Bond is sent to Jamaica to investigate what is causing interference with American space launches on the island of Crab Key. Bond and adventuress Honey Ryder find the answer to the mystery and come face-to-face with the diabolical Dr No.

Cast:

James Bond (Sean Connery), Honey Ryder (Ursula Andress), Dr No (Joseph Wiseman), Quarrel (John Kitzmiller), Professor Dent (Anthony Dawson), Sylvia Trench (Eunice Gayson), Miss Taro (Zena Marshall), M (Bernard Lee), Miss Moneypenny (Lois Maxwell) and Felix Leiter (Jack Lord).

Locations:

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London, UK; Kingston, Jamaica; Crab Key.


From Russia With Love

From Russia With Love, published in 1957, is the fifth James Bond novel written by Ian Fleming. It is the second James Bond series film, and the second staring Sean Connery as James Bond, British Secret Service agent 007. The cinematic From Russia With Love was released in 1963, produced by Albert R. Broccoli and Harry Saltzman, and directed by Terence Young.

From Russia With Love is considered both the best James Bond novel, and the best James Bond film series by critics, and by actor Sean Connery. The novel is credited with launching the James Bond craze, which then lead to launching the film series. Its biggest boost came four years after From Russia With Love was published from an article in Life magazine on March 17, 1961 in which US President John F. Kennedy included it in a list of his favourite novels.From Russia With Love

Though the film's low-key tone contrasts with the outlandishness of Goldfinger, the quality of the screenplay make it an outstanding 007 film, more than four decades after its premiere. In 2004, Total Film magazine named it the ninth-greatest British film of all time.

Plot:

SPECTRE plans an intricate scheme to lure James Bond into stealing a valuable Soviet decoding machine, and unknowingly deliver it into their hands. In the process, Agent 007 is to suffer a humiliating and disgraceful death.

Cast:

James Bond (Sean Connery), Tatiana Romanova (Daniela Bianchi), "Red" Grant (Robert Shaw), Rosa Klebb (Lotte Lenya), Kerim Bey (Pedro Armendariz), Sylvia Trench (Eunice Gayson), Kronsteen (Vladek Sheybal), M (Bernard Lee), Miss Moneypenny (Lois Maxwell) and Q (Desmond Llewelyn).

Locations:

Top of PageSPECTRE island; London; Istanbul, Turkey; Belgrade, Zagreb and Trieste, Yugoslavia.


Goldfinger

Goldfinger is the seventh novel by Ian Fleming, featuring James Bond, secret agent 007, published in 1959. In 1964 the novel was adapted into a film by EON Productions and starred Sean Connery in his third appearance as James Bond.

GoldfingerGoldfinger was the first James Bond film to be shown on US television, which occurred on September 17, 1972 on ABC. At the time, it garnered the highest Nielsen ratings of any film broadcast on television with 49% of all viewers.

Plot:

Agent 007 investigates a smuggling operation run by the obsessive millionaire Auric Goldfinger and uncovers a plot to irradiate the entire gold supply of the United States by detonating an atomic bomb inside Fort Knox.

Cast:

James Bond (Sean Connery), Pussy Galore (Honor Blackman), Auric Goldfinger (Gert Frobe), Oddjob (Harold Sakata), Tilly Masterson (Tania Mallet), Jill Masterson (Shirley Eaton), Felix Leiter (Cec Linder), Colonel Smithers (Richard Vernon), M (Bernard Lee), Miss Moneypenny (Lois Maxwell), Q (Desmond Llewelyn) and Hawker (Gerry Duggan).

Locations:

A mystery Latin American country; Miami Beach, Florida, USA; London, UK; Unnamed airport, UK; Golf course in Southend-on-Sea, Essex, UK; North Geneva, Switzerland; eleven kilometres above Newfoundland; Friendship Airport, Baltimore, USA; Auric Stud, Kentucky, USA; Fort Knox, Kentucky,Top of Page USA; Washington, USA.


Thunderball

Thunderball is a James Bond novel written by Ian Fleming, based on a screen treatment by Kevin McClory, Jack Whittingham and Ian Fleming. It was published in 1961 as the ninth Bond book. It also stands, technically, as the first novelisation of a James Bond screenplay, even though at the time it was written and published, no such film had yet been produced.

Thunderball is, to date, the only Bond novel to be adapted twice in film. The first adaptation was released in 1965 with James Bond played by Sean Connery. It was the fourth official Bond movie in EONThunderball Productions' franchise. McClory later produced an unofficial remake, 1983's Never Say Never Again, which again starred Connery as Bond.

Plot:

SPECTRE his hijacked two atomic bombs from NATO and threatens to destroy an important city in the US or England unless their ransom demand is met. James Bond has only four days to thwart SPECTRE mastermind Emilio Largo and prevent a nuclear holocaust.

Cast:

James Bond (Sean Connery), Domino Derval (Claudine Auger), Emilio Largo (Adolfo Celi), Fiona Volpe (Luciana Paluzzi), Paula Caplan (Martine Beswick), Patricia Fearing (Molly Peters), Vargas (Philip  Locke), Francois Derval (Paul Stassino), Felix Leiter (Rik Van Nutter), M (Bernard Lee), Miss Moneypenny (Lois Maxwell) and Q (Desmond Llewelyn).

Locations:

Top of PageParis, France; Shrublands, South of England, UK; MI6 HQ, London, UK; Nassau, Bahamas.


You Only Live Twice

You Only Live Twice is the twelfth novel by Ian Fleming featuring James Bond, secret agent 007; it was published in 1964, around the time Fleming died. It was adapted by screenplay writer Roald Dahl as the fifth entry in the James Bond movie series, which was released in 1967, starring Sean Connery as James Bond. The film was produced by Albert R. Broccoli and Harry Saltzman and was made by EON You Only Live TwiceProductions. This film is the first Bond movie to deviate from the source material. Other than the Japanese setting and several characters, the two stories are very different.

Plot:

Working from a remote volcano lair, arch enemy Ernst Stavro Blofeld is capturing US and Soviet manned capsules in outer space. With the Americans and Soviets blaming each other for the incidents, Bond travels to Japan to lead a ninja army and destroy Blofeld before World War III erupts.

Cast:

James Bond (Sean Connery), Kissy Suzuki (Mie Hama), Blofeld (Donald Pleasence), Helga Brandt (Karin Dor), Tiger Tanaka (Tetsuro Tamba), Aki (Akiko Wakabayashi), Mr Osato (Teru Shimada), Henderson (Charles Gray), M (Bernard Lee), Miss Moneypenny (Lois Maxwell) and Q (Desmond Llewelyn).

Locations:

Hong Kong; Tokyo, Japan; Matsu, Japan; Cape Cod, USA; Hawaii, USA; Pentagon, USA; Russia; OuterTop of Page space.


On Her Majesty's Secret Service

On Her Majesty's Secret Service is the eleventh James Bond novel by Ian Fleming, published in 1963. In 1969, it was produced as the sixth film in the James Bond movie series, and the first and only film starring George Lazenby as James Bond. Lazenby was the second official James Bond. On Her Majesty's Secret Service was produced by Albert R. Broccoli and Harry Saltzman and made by EON Productions.On Her Majesty's Secret Service

Plot:

007 must thwart Blofeld's plan to use biological warfare to threaten the world. In the process, he meets Tracy de Vicenzo, a countess whose courage and charismatic spirit earns her the name Mrs James Bond.

Cast:

James Bond (George Lazenby), Tracy di Vicenzo/Mrs Bond (Diana Rigg), Blofeld (Telly Savalas), Marc Ange Draco (Gabriele Ferzetti), Irma Bundt (Iise Steppat), Sir Hilary Bray (George Baker), Campbell (Bernard Horsfall), M (Bernard Lee), Miss Moneypenny (Lois Maxwell), Q (Desmond Llewelyn).

Locations:

Lisbon, Portugal; Murren, near Interlaken, Switzerland; St Moritz, Switzerland; College of Arms and MI6, London,Top of Page England, UK.


Diamonds Are Forever

Diamonds Are Forever was the fourth James Bond novel by Ian Fleming, originally published in 1956. In 1971, the book was adapted as the seventh film in the EON Productions Bond franchise, which hailed the return of Sean Connery as the British spy.

Diamonds Are ForeverPlot:

Following a trail that leads from the canals of Holland to the neon streets of Las Vegas, James Bond uncovers a plot by Blofeld to use the world's supply of diamonds to create a high powered laser satellite capable of destroying any target on Earth, and it's aimed at Washington.

Cast:

James Bond (Sean Connery), Tiffany Case (Jill St. John) Blofeld (Charles Gray), Willard Whyte (Jimmy Dean), Mr Wint (Bruce Glover), Mr Kidd (Putter Smith), Plenty O'Toole (Lana Wood), Felix Leiter (Laurence Naismith), M (Bernard Lee), Miss Moneypenny (Lois Maxwell), Q (Desmond Llewelyn).

Locations:

Japan; Cairo, Egypt; South America; South Africa; Dover, UK; Amsterdam, Holland; Los Angeles, USA; Nevada,Top of Page USA; Las Vegas, USA; Baja, California, USA.


Live and Let Die

Live and Let Die is the second James Bond novel by Ian Fleming, first published in 1954. It is also the eighth official film in the EON Productions Bond franchise and the first to star Roger Moore as British Secret Service agent, Commander James Bond. The film was released in 1973 and was produced by Albert R. Broccoli and Harry Saltzman.Live and Let Die

Plot:

James Bond is on a manhunt from Harlem to the Caribbean to find and defeat the evil Dr Kananga before he can flood the world with massive shipments of heroin.

Cast:

James Bond (Roger Moore), Solitaire (Jane Seymour), Dr Kananga / Mr Big (Yaphet Kotto), Tee Hee (Julius W. Harris), Rosie Carver (Gloria Hendry), Miss Caruso (Madeline Smith), Felix Leiter (David Hedison), Quarrel Jr (Roy Stewart), Sheriff J.W. Pepper (Cliffton James), Whisper (Earl Jolly Brown), M (Bernard Lee), Miss Moneypenny (Lois Maxwell).

Locations:

London, UK; Fictional country of San Monique  (Jamaica); New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana, USA;Top of Page New York City; New York; USA; Slidell, Louisiana, USA.


The Man with the Golden Gun

The Man with the Golden Gun is a James Bond novel by Ian Fleming that was first published in 1965. It is also the ninth official James Bond movie and the second to star Roger Moore as Commander James Bond, British Secret Service agent 007. The Man with the Golden Gun was made by EON Productions The Man with the Golden Gunand released in 1974. The film was produced by Albert R. Broccoli and Harry Saltzman and was the final Bond film to be co-produced by Saltzman as his partnership with Broccoli dissolved after the film's release.

Plot:

Assassin Francisco Scaramanga, known as "The Man with the Golden Gun", has stolen a device which will allow him to control solar power for criminal purposes. Bond is assigned to stop him, by Scaramanga's Golden Gun has 007 in its sight.

Cast:

James Bond (Roger Moore), Mary Goodnight (Britt Ekland), Francisco Scaramanga (Christopher Lee), Andrea Anders (Maud Adams), Nick Nack (Herve Villechaize), Lt Hip (Soon Taik Oh), Sheriff J.W. Pepper (Cliffton James), M (Bernard Lee), Miss Moneypenny (Lois Maxwell), Q (Desmond Llewelyn).

Locations:

Scaramanga's Island, Chinese waters; London, UK; Beirut, Lebanon; Macau, China's GuangdongTop of Page Province; Hong Kong; Bangkok, Thailand.


The Spy Who Loved Me

The Spy Who Loved Me is a James Bond novel by Ian Fleming first published in 1962. It is also the tenth James Bond film and the third to star Roger Moore as Commander James Bond, British Secret Service agent 007. The Spy Who Loved Me was made by Albert R. Broccoli's EON Productions and was released in 1977. It was the first official Bond film not to be produced by Harry Saltzman who had previously sold his shares of EON Productions to United Artists in 1975.The Spy Who Loved Me

Fleming was never happy with the plot of the book and so only gave permission for the title to be used. Consequently the film tells a very different story, and was subsequently novelised by Christopher Wood. As such, it is considered the first wholly original Bond film and was the first Bond film to have a novelisation.

Plot:

James Bond and KGB Agent Anya Amasova personify "detente" when they are assigned to work together on an extraordinary mission to prevent madman Karl Stromberg from initiating World War III and establishing himself as a dictator of an underwater civilisation in the aftermath of the destruction.

Cast:

James Bond (Roger Moore), Anya Amasova (Barbara Bach), Karl Stromberg (Curt Jurgens), Jaws (Richard Kiel), Naomi (Caroline Munro), Captain Carter (Shane Rimmer), Sir Frederick Gray (Geoffrey Keen), General Gogol (Walter Gotell), Log Cabin Girl (Sue Vanner), M (Bernard Lee), Miss Moneypenny (Lois Maxwell), Q (Desmond Llewelyn).

Locations:

North Norwegian Sea; London, UK; Moscow, Russia; Austrian Alps, Austria; Faslane Naval Base,Top of Page Scotland; Atlantis; Sardinia; Cairo, Egypt; Luxor, Egypt; Liparus, Bay of Biscay.


Moonraker

Moonraker is both a James Bond book by Ian Fleming first published in 1955, and a 1979 movie loosely adapted from the book. The title comes from "moonraker," a synonym for moonsail, the highest sail carried by sailing ships. It is the eleventh official James Bond film in the series and the fourth to star MoonrakerRoger Moore as British Secret Service Agent, Commander James Bond. It was made by EON Productions and was produced by Albert R. Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson.

Plot:

James Bond confronts billionaire industrialist Hugo Drax, who plans to destroy life on Earth and establish himself as king of a super-race in outer space.

Cast:

James Bond (Roger Moore), Holly Goodhead (Lois Chiles), Sir Hugo Drax (Michael Lonsdale), Jaws (Richard Kiel), Corinne Dufour (Corrine Clery), Manuela (Emily Bolton), Colonel Scott (Brian Keith), Sir Frederick Gray (Geoffrey Keen), General Gogol (Walter Gotell), M (Bernard Lee), Miss Moneypenny (Lois Maxwell), Q (Desmond Llewelyn).

Locations:

Guatemala; Iguaçu Falls, Parana, Brazil; Kennedy Space Center, Florida, USA; London, England, UK; Los Angeles, International Airport, California, USA; Palmdale, California, USA; Paris, France; Rio de Janeiro,Top of Page Rio de Janeiro State, Brazil; St Lucie County, Florida, USA; Vaux-Le-Viconte, France; Venice, Italy.


For Your Eyes Only

For Your Eyes Only is a collection of James Bond short stories by Ian Fleming, first published in 1960. The title story of the collection lent its name to the twelfth James Bond film, which was released in 1981 and was the fifth film to star Roger Moore as the suave and sophisticated British Secret Service agent. The film, produced by Albert R. Broccoli and directed by John Glen, was an EON Productions/United Artists movie and adapted both "For Your Eyes Only" and "Risico" from this collection, as well as part of the novel Live and Let Die.For Your Eyes Only

Plot:

James Bond must recover the ATAC missile launching system before the Soviets can obtain it and use it to destroy Western nuclear submarines. He is aided by Melina Havelock, who was her own motive: avenging the murder of her parents.

Cast:

James Bond (Roger Moore), Melina Havelock (Caroline Bouquet), Aris Kristatos (Julian Glover), Milos Columbo (Chaim Topol), Eric Kriegler (John Wyman), Bibi Dahl (Lynn-Holly Johnson), Emile Locque (Michael Gothard), Countess Lisl (Cassandra Harris), Hector Gonzales (Stefan Kalipha), General Gogol (Walter Gotell), Chief of Staff Tanner (James Villiers), Margaret Thatcher (Janet Brown), Miss Moneypenny (Lois Maxwell), Q (Desmond Llewelyn).

Locations:

London, UK; Ionian Sea off Albania, Albania; Moscow, Russia; Corfu, Greece; Madrid, Spain; CortinaTop of Page d'Ampezzo, Italy.


Octopussy

Octopussy is the thirteenth James Bond film made by EON Productions, and the sixth to star Roger Moore as the British Secret Service agent, Commander James Bond. The film was produced by Albert R. Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson and released in 1983. It is loosely based upon the Ian Fleming short stories "Octopussy" and "Property of a Lady", both of which were published in the collection Octopussy and The Living Daylights.

OctopussyPlot:

A power hungry Soviet general plots to oust the American military forces from Europe by detonating a nuclear weapon in West Germany and laying the blame on the United States. To stop him, Bond forms an unlikely alliance with an international jewel smuggler—the mysterious and beautiful Octopussy.

Cast:

James Bond (Roger Moore), Octopussy (Maud Adams), Kamal Khan (Louis Jourdan), Vijay (Vijay Amritraj), Magda (Kristina Wayborn), General Orlov (Steven Berkoff), Gobinda (Kabir Bedi), Mischka (David Meyer), Grischka (Anthony Meyer), General Gogol (Walter Gotell), Sir Frederick Gray (Geoffrey Keen), M (Robert Brown), Miss Moneypenny (Lois Maxwell), Q (Desmond Llewelyn).

Locations:

Unidentified South American republic; Checkpoint Charlie, East Berlin, Germany; London, UK; Moscow,Top of Page Russia; Udaipur, India; West Berlin, Germany; Feldstadt, Germany.


A View to a Kill

A View to a Kill, released in 1985, is the fourteenth entry in the James Bond series of films made by EON Productions, and the last to star Roger Moore as British Secret Service Agent, Commander James Bond. It was produced by Albert R. Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson.

The title itself is adapted from Ian Fleming's short story "From A View to a Kill", contained in the For Your Eyes Only collection of short stories released in 1960; however the title is where the similarityA View to a Kill between book and film end, making this the second completely original Bond film after The Spy Who Loved Me. The screenplay was written by Richard Maibaum and Michael G. Wilson.

Plot:

Millionaire psychopath Max Zorin is the mastermind behind a scheme to destroy Silicon Valley in order to gain control over the international microchip market. With the countdown ticking toward a cataclysmic disaster, James Bond must stop this madman from achieving his goal.

Cast:

James Bond (Roger Moore), Stacey Sutton (Tanya Roberts), Max Zorin (Christopher Walken), May Day (Grace Jones), Sir Godfrey Tibbett (Patrick Macnee), Chuck Lee (David Yip), Scarpine (Patrick  Bauchau), Achille Aubergine (Jean Rougerie), Dr Carl Mortner (Willoughby Gray), Pola Ivanova (Fiona Fullerton), General Gogol (Walter Gotell), Sir Frederick Gray (Geoffrey Keen), M (Robert Brown), Miss Moneypenny (Lois Maxwell), Q (Desmond Llewelyn).

Locations:

Siberia, Russia; London, UK; Ascot, UK; Paris and rural France; San Francisco and the Bay areaTop of Page,       USA.


The Living Daylights

The Living Daylights is a James Bond short story written by Ian Fleming, first published in the first colour magazine supplement of the Sunday Times newspaper, on February 4, 1962, and later reprinted in Argosy magazine, under the title "Berlin Escape". In 1966 it was the second story in the short story collection Octopussy and The Living Daylights, published two years after Fleming's death.

The Living DaylightsThe story inspired an eponymous film, released in 1987. It featured Timothy Dalton in the first of two portrayals as British Secret Service Agent James Bond. The Living Daylights is the fifteenth film in the EON Productions series. It was produced by Albert R. Broccoli, his stepson Michael G. Wilson and Broccoli's daughter Barbara Broccoli. This was the last film to make use of an Ian Fleming story title until the announcement of production of Casino Royale, scheduled for release in 2006.

Plot:

James Bond must prevent renegade KGB General Koskov and his ally, arms dealer Brad Whitaker, from enriching themselves through a complicated scheme to cause all-out war between Soviet and British intelligence agencies.

Cast:

James Bond (Timothy Dalton), Kara Milovy (Maryam d'Abo), Brad Whitaker (Joe Don Baker), Kamran Shah (Art Malik), General Georgi Koskov (Jeroen Krabbe), General Leonid Pushkin (John Rhys-Davies), Necros (Andreas Wisniewski), Saunders (Thomas Wheatley), Felix Leiter (John Terry), Sir Frederick Gray (Geoffrey Keen), General Gogol (Walter Gotell), M (Robert Brown), Miss Moneypenny (Caroline Bliss), Q (Desmond Llewelyn).

Locations:

Gibraltar; Bratislava, Czechoslovakia; Vienna, Austria; London, UK; Blayden, UK; Tangier, Afghanistan;Top of Page New York, USA.


Licence to Kill

Licence to Kill is the sixteenth film in the James Bond film series made by EON Productions. Released in 1989, Licence to Kill is the fifth and last film directed by John Glen, and Timothy Dalton's second, and final James Bond film.

This was the first EON Productions James Bond film to use a title not derived from either an Ian Fleming novel or a short story. It does, however, contain elements and characters from Fleming's novel, Live and Let Die and the short story, "The Hildebrand Rarity" (from the For Your Eyes Only collection). This would be the last James Bond film to make direct use of Ian Fleming's concepts and characters until Die Another Day (2002).Licence to Kill

Plot:

Following the mutilation of Felix Leiter and the death of Della Leiter at the hands of drug czar Franz Sanchez, 007 disobeys orders and pursues Sanchez with a vengeance. Bond's obsession costs him his licence to kill—and nearly his life.

Cast:

James Bond (Timothy Dalton), Pam Bouvier (Carey Lowell), Franz Sanchez (Robert Davi), Lupe Lamora (Talisa Soto), Felix Leiter (David Hedison), Dario (Benicio Del Toro), Sharkey (Frank McRae), Milton Krest (Anthony Zerbe), Heller (Don Stroud), Truman-Lodge (Anthony Starke), Joe Butcher (Wayne Newton), M (Robert Brown), Miss Moneypenny (Caroline Bliss), Q (Desmond Llewelyn).

Locations:

Key West, Florida, USA; fictional South American republic of Isthmus and IsthmusTop of Page City; London, UK.


GoldenEye

GoldenEye is the seventeenth James Bond film and the first to star Pierce Brosnan as British Secret Service Agent, James Bond. Made by Albert R. Broccoli's EON Productions it was the second official James Bond film not produced by Broccoli himself. While undergoing heart surgery, Broccoli entrusted the making of the film and the forthcoming generation of James Bond films to his daughter Barbara Broccoli and stepson Michael G. Wilson, both of whom had been executive producers of previous James Bond films. GoldenEye was released in 1995 and was directed by Martin Campbell.

GoldenEyeGoldenEye is considered an important film in the Bond franchise in that it was successful in reviving interest in a character that many critics had suggested had become an anachronism in the post-Cold War world. Judi Dench, the newly cast M describes Bond as a "sexist, misogynist dinosaur. A relic of the Cold War." This unusual candour, combined a well-received performance by Brosnan as the new James Bond, revitalised the franchise.

While GoldenEye is technically the first original James Bond movie that doesn't contain any reference to an Ian Fleming novel or short story, the name GoldenEye comes from Fleming's Jamaican estate where he wrote the first Bond novel. In the film, "GoldenEye" is the code name of a secret, military satellite, which uses a nuclear explosion's electromagnetic pulse to disable electronic devices.

Plot:

James Bond must unmask the mysterious head of the Janus Syndicate and prevent his one time ally—Alec Trevelyan Agent 006—from utilising the GoldenEye weapons system to inflict devastating revenge on Britain.

Cast:

James Bond (Pierce Brosnan), Natalya Simonova (Izabella Scorupco), Alec Trevelyan (Sean Bean), Xenia Onatopp (Famke Janssen), General Ouromov (Gottfried John), Jack Wade (Joe Don Baker), Valentin Zukovsky (Robbie Coltrane), Boris Grishenko (Alan Cumming), Dimitri Mishkin (Tcheky Karyo), M (Judi Dench), Miss Moneypenny (Samantha Bond), Chief of Staff Bill Tanner (Michael Kitchen), Q (Desmond Llewelyn).

Locations:

Arkangel Chemical Weapons Facility, USSR; Southern France; Severnaya, Russia; London, UK; StTop of Page Petersburg, Russia; Caribbean Island; Cuba.


Tomorrow Never Dies

Tomorrow Never Dies is the eighteenth James Bond film made by EON Productions, and the second to star Pierce Brosnan as James Bond. It was released in 1997, by producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli. Tomorrow Never Dies, was, on release, the most successful film in the series' history. It is also the first Bond film made after the death of veteran producer Albert R. Broccoli. The film is dediTomorrow Never Diescated to his memory, and beginning with this production and in each subsequent Bond film, the first credit reads: "Albert R. Broccoli's EON Productions presents ..."

Plot:

A deranged media mogul is staging international incidents to pit the world's superpowers against each other. Now 007 must take on this evil mastermind in an adrenaline-charged battle to end his reign of terror and prevent global pandemonium.

Cast:

James Bond (Pierce Brosnan), Wai Lin (Michelle Yeoh), Elliot Carver (Jonathan Pryce), Paris Carver (Teri Hatcher), Stamper (Gotz Otto), Jack Wade (Joe Don Baker), Dr Kaufman (Vincent Schiavelli), Professor Inga Bergstrom (Cecile Thomsen), Henry Gupta (Ricky Jay), Carver's PR Girl (Daphne Deckers), M (Judi Dench), Miss Moneypenny (Samantha Bond), Charlie Robinson (Colin Salmon), Q (Desmond Llewelyn).

Locations:

Terrorist Arms Bazaar, Russian border; South China Sea; Oxford and London, UK; Hamburg, Germany;Top of Page Saigon, Vietnam.


The World Is Not Enough

The World Is Not Enough is the nineteenth official James Bond film based upon the character created by Ian Fleming. It is the third to star Pierce Brosnan as 007. Made by EON Productions, it was released in 1999, and produced by Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli. The film's story and screenplay was written by Neal Purvis and Robert Wade who later teamed again for 2002's Die Another Day; the novelisation was written by Raymond Benson.

The World Is Not EnoughPlot:

When 007 is assigned to protect an oil heiress, he is catapulted into a passionate, adrenaline-charged adventure that pits him against one of his most deadly adversaries: Renard, a ruthless anarchist whose total imperviousness to pain makes him a virtually unstoppable enemy.

Cast:

James Bond (Pierce Brosnan), Dr Christmas Jones (Denise Richards), Elektra King (Sophie Marceau), Renard (Robert Carlyle), Valentin Zukovsky (Robbie Coltrane), Sasha Davidov (Ulrich Thomsen), Cigar Girl (Maria Grazia Cucinotta), Mr Bullion (Goldie), Gabor (John Seru), Bill Tanner (Michael Kitchen), Charles Robinson (Colin Salmon), Dr Molly Warmflash (Serena Scott Thomas), M (Judi Dench), Miss Moneypenny (Samantha Bond), Q (Desmond Llewelyn), Q's Assistant (John Cleese).

Locations:

Top of PageBilbao, Spain; London, UK; Scotland, UK; Baku, Azerbaijan; Istanbul, Turkey.


Die Another Day

Die Another Day is the twentieth James Bond movie made by EON Productions and the fourth and final film to star Pierce Brosnan as James Bond. It was released in 2002 and produced by Bond veterans Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli. It is the first movie not to feature Desmond Llewelyn as Q since Live and Let Die. The film was distributed by MGM.Die Another Day

Plot:

When his top-secret mission is sabotaged, James Bond finds himself captured by the enemy, abandoned by MI6 and stripped of his 00-licence. Determined to get revenge, Bond goes head-to-head with a sultry spy, a frosty agent and a shadowy billionaire whose business is diamonds ... but whose secret is a diabolical weapon that could bring the world to its knees!

Cast:

James Bond (Pierce Brosnan), Jinx (Halle Berry), Sir Gustav Graves (Toby Stephens), Miranda Frost (Rosamund Pike), Zao (Rick Yune), Colonel Moon (Will Yun Lee), General Moon (Kenneth Tsang), Raoul (Emilio Echevarria), Damian Falco (Michael Madsen), Peaceful (Rachel Grant), Dr Alvarez (Simon Andreu), Mr Chang (Ho Yi), Mr Kil (Lawrence Makoare), Vladimir Popov (Michael Gorevoy), Verity (Madonna), Van Beert (Mark Dymond), Charles Robinson (Colin Salmon), M (Judi Dench), Miss Moneypenny (Samantha Bond), Q (John Cleese).

Locations:

Puk'chong coast and Pyongong airbase, North Korea; Demilitarised Zone, South Korea;Top of Page Rubyeon Royale Hotel, Hong Kong; Havana and Isla Los Organos, Cuba; London, UK; Iceland.


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