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List of All James Bond Movies

The complete list of official James Bond films, made by EON Productions. Beginning with Sean Connery, and going through George Lazenby, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, Pierce Brosnan and Daniel Craig. Have you ever wondered how many James Bond movies there are? The newest film, Spectre, was released in October 2015.


#1 Dr. No, 1962

Dr. No Italian Poster
James Bond:Sean Connery
Bond Girl:Honey Ryder
Director:Terence Young
Running Time:110 Minutes

Synopsis:

Dr. No was the first 007 film produced by EON Productions. Bond is sent to Jamaica to investigate the death of MI6 agent John Strangways. He finds his way to Crab Key island, where the mysterious Dr. No awaits.


#2 From Russia With Love, 1963

From Russia with Love Hand Drawn Poster
James Bond:Sean Connery
Bond Girl:Tatiana Romanova
Director:Terence Young
Running Time:115 Minutes

Synopsis:

When MI6 gets a chance to get their hands on a Lektor decoder, Bond is sent to Turkey to seduce the beautiful Tatiana, and bring back the machine. With the help of Kerim Bey, Bond escapes on the Orient Express, but might not make it off alive.


#3 Goldfinger, 1964

Goldfinger Poster
James Bond:Sean Connery
Bond Girl:Pussy Galore
Director:Guy Hamilton
Running Time:110 Minutes

Synopsis:

The Bank of England has detected an unauthorized leakage of gold from the country, and Bond is sent to investigate. The suspect is one Auric Goldfinger, the richest man in the country. Bond catches Goldfinger cheating at cards, with the assistance of Jill Masterson, who is killed and painted gold in revenge. Bond must foil his plots, while avoiding the deadly Korean, Oddjob.


#4 Thunderball, 1965

Thunderball Italian Poster
James Bond:Sean Connery
Bond Girl:Domino Derval
Director:Terence Young
Running Time:130 Minutes

Synopsis:

Emilio Largo, the Number 2 at SPECTRE, has stolen two nuclear warheads. He threatens to destroy a city in the United States and England unless a large ransom is paid. Bond is sent to the Bahamas to investigate.


#5 You Only Live Twice, 1967

You Only Live Twice Poster
James Bond:Sean Connery
Bond Girl:Aki
Director:Lewis Gilbert
Running Time:117 Minutes

Synopsis:

Ernst Stavro Blofeld is hijacking American and Russian space shuttles, in an attempt to start a war between the two nations. Bond is sent to Japan to investigate, with the help of Tiger Tanaka, the head of station in Tokyo. Armed with over 100 trained ninjas, Bond infiltrates Blofeld's volcano lair.


#6 On Her Majesty's Secret Service, 1969

On Her Majesty's Secret Service Poster
James Bond:George Lazenby
Bond Girl:Tracy Di Vicenzo
Director:Peter Hunt
Running Time:140 Minutes

Synopsis:

Bond rescues the suicidal Tracy Di Vicenzo, and is brought at gunpoint to meet her father, Marc-Ange Draco, the head of one of the largest criminal organization in Europe. Draco strikes a deal with Bond, agreeing to reveal the location of Blofeld, if Bond will look after his daughter.


#7 Diamonds Are Forever, 1971

Diamonds Are Forever Poster
James Bond:Sean Connery
Bond Girl:Tiffany Case
Director:Guy Hamilton
Running Time:120 Minutes

Synopsis:

Sean Connery is back for a fast paced hunt through a diamond smuggling pipeline. MI6 arrests small time smuggler Peter Franks, and Bond takes his place, meeting courier Tiffany Case. He follow the trail of the diamonds, as everyone who touches them gets killed. The end of the pipeline is Blofeld, with another plan for World Domination.


#8 Live and Let Die, 1973

Live And Let Die Poster
James Bond:Roger Moore
Bond Girl:Solitaire
Director:Guy Hamilton
Running Time:121 Minutes

Synopsis:

Several British agents are killed in a short period of time, during routine surveillance of dictator Dr. Kananga. Bond is sent to New York to investigate, and falls into a trap of gangster Mr. Big, thanks to his psychic tarot card reader, Solitaire.


#9 The Man with the Golden Gun, 1974

The Man with the Golden Gun Poster
James Bond:Roger Moore
Bond Girl:Andrea Anders
Director:Guy Hamilton
Running Time:125 Minutes

Synopsis:

MI6 is sent a golden bullet with 007 engraved onto it. M fears that Bond will be assassinated by Francesco Scaramanga, the $1 million a shot hitman, known for his golden gun, and sends Bond to find him first.


#10 The Spy Who Loved Me, 1977

The Spy Who Loved Me Poster
James Bond:Roger Moore
Bond Girl:Anya Amasova (XXX)
Director:Lewis Gilbert
Running Time:125 Minutes

Synopsis:

British and Russian submarines have been hijacked, and the two countries come together, sending 007 and Russian Agent Anya Amasova to track down a stolen microfilm and investigate. The tension rises as Amasova discovers that Bond had killed her lover in the course of duty. Bond needs to get Amasova on his side as a life insurance policy against her threat to kill him when their mission is over.

#11 Moonraker, 1979

Moonraker Poster
James Bond:Roger Moore
Bond Girl:Holly Goodhead
Director:Lewis Gilbert
Running Time:126 Minutes

Synopsis:

A space shuttle, on loan to MI6 by Hugo Drax, is hijacked in mid-air. Bond is sent to investigate Drax, on the pretence of an official apology. Bond discovers that Drax hijacked the shuttle himself, and stumbles upon a secret lab with fatal poisons. Drax plans to create a space colony and commit a global genocide, to regenerate a perfect species.

#12 For Your Eyes Only, 1981

For Your Eyes Only Poster
James Bond:Roger Moore
Bond Girl:Melina Havelock
Director:John Glen
Running Time:127 Minutes

Synopsis:

A ship containing an Automatic Targeting Attack Communicator (ATAC), which can control ballistic missile attacks, is sunk. Bond is sent to retrieve the ATAC before the Russians do. MI6 had sent archaeologist Timothy Havelock to discretely locate the ship, but he and his wife were murdered in front of their daughter Melina. Bond tracks down their killer, Hector Gonzales, and must complete his work before Melina takes her revenge.


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