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1. Dr No
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5. You Only Live Twice
6. On Her Majesty`s Secret Service
7. Diamonds Are Forever
8 Live And Let Die
9. The Man With The Golden Gun
10.The Spy Who Loved Me
12.For Your Eyes Only 1981
14.A View To A Kill 1985
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18.Tomorrow Never Dies
19.The World Is Not Enough
20.Die Another Day
22.Quantum Of Solace
23.James Bond 23
24.James Bond 24
Mission: Dr. No
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.
Major Boothroyd... Peter Burton
Sylvia Trench... Eunice Gayson
Miss Taro ...Zena Marshall
Honey Ryder... Ursula Andress
Dr No ...Joseph Wiseman
Miss Moneypenny... Lois Maxwell
M... Bernard Lee
Quarell ... John Kitzmiller
Professor Dent... Anthony Dawson
Felix Leiter... Jack Lord
Dr No release (Marylin Monroe)
Dr No backlot
Mannen som spelade Dr No Joseph Wiseman i den första Bondfilmen med samma namn är död, han blev 91 år gammal.
Skådespelaren Joseph Wiseman, mest känd för sin roll som Dr No i den första Bondfilmen "Agent 007 med rätt att döda", som i original hette just "Dr No", har avlidit i sitt hem i New York 91 år gammal, uppger BBC.
Rollen som den allra första Bondskurken på film må ha skrivit in Joseph Wiseman i filmhistorien för evigt, men själv ångrade han bittert rollen, eftersom han ville ses som en seriös skådespelare.
Den senare delen av sin karriär syntes han i gästroller i många tv-serier, i bland annat "A-team", "San Francisco" och "I lagens namn".
Hans sista roll blev dock på teaterscenen, 2001 medverkade han i en dramatisering av filmen "Dom i Nürnberg" på Broadway
Another aspect of the film that was very well done was Bond's killing of
Professor Dent. Even after Dent was obviously dead, Bond still shot another slug
into his back which shows his cold-blooded side. This kind of display is lost in
future movies as Bond became more of a people's secret agent. As for Connery,
this was a very good start, even though he seemed a bit unsure of the character
and its possibilities.
|1955 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Spider||1955 Cadillac||1957 Chevrolet Bel Air|
|1961 Chevrolet Impala||1959 Ford Consul MkII||1959 Hillman Minx Series III|
|1960 Mercedes-Benz 180 [W120]||1961 Sunbeam Alpine Series II||1959 Austin A55 Cambridge MkII|
|1959 Cadillac Series 62||1959 Chevrolet Impala||1962 Ford Anglia|
|1960 Ford Galaxie||1939 LaSalle Combination||Renault Dauphine|
|1961 Vauxhall Velox||Warner-Swasey Gradall G-660||1958 Volkswagen De Luxe Sedan [Typ 1]|
|First appearance of
Sean Connery as James Bond
First appearance of Bernard Lee as 'M'
First appearance of Lois Maxwell as Ms. Moneypenny
First time Bond utters the words "Bond. James Bond"
First appearance of Major Boothroyd (Later known as Q)
First appearance of Eunich Gayson as Sylvia Trench
First appearance of Felix Leiter character
First and last appearance of Bond's Beretta
First time Bond sweats
First time Bond's apartment is seen
First time Bond uses the Walther
Bond's first on screen mission
First mention of SPECTRE (Special Executive for Counterintelligence,
Terrorism, Revenge, Extortion)
Bond's first interracial romance (Ms. Taro is Asian)
First time Bond shoots someone in cold blood (Professor Dent)
First mention of the space program
First gunbarrel opening
The first time Bond throws his hat onto a hatrack when entering M's
First mention of a vodka martini
First time 007 drives an American car (1957 Chevrolet Bel Air
First time Bond sings
First time Bond plays cards
First time Bond is seen smoking
First time Q is refered to as Quartermaster
First time Universal Exports is referenced
First time Bond is captured
Ian Fleming novel
Honey Ryder was named Honeychile Ryder and she came out of the ocean
wearing only a belt and no bikini.
Dr. No was filmed for just under a million dollars.
The close-up shots of Sean Connery with the spider on him were filmed with a glass plate under the spider.
Knowing that they were taking a risk by filming such a potential flop, Saltzman and Broccoli named their production company to fit the situation at hand. Eon Productions, Ltd. is an acronym for "everything or nothing."
M's character is based on a similar character in Alfred Hitchcock's film Secret Agent, made in the 1930's.
Honey Ryder's voice was not that of Ursula Andress; rather, was dubbed by Monica Van der Syl.
Ursula Andress was offered the role after the producers saw a picture of her in a wet tee-shirt contest.
It is actually action-arranger Bob Simmons who appears in the gun-barrel openings of Dr. No through Goldfinger
The scene in which Dr. No's men fire at Bond and his gang had to be shot twice. The first time, a detachment of US Navy officers who were on leave ran over to the bay where filming was taking place to investigate the gunfire.
In the begining of the movie, Bond had his Beretta taken away by M and was given the Walther PPL 7.65mm (32 caliber). However, if you look very closely, when Bond actually pulls it out in Jamaica, the gun is a Walther PP. The primary difference between the PP and the PPK is the barrel length (the PP's barrel is 5/8" longer).
Felix Leiter does not appear in the book.
The incident mentioned when Bond first gets the Walther PPK involving him being in a hospital for 6 months was based on events at the end of the book Form Russia With Love
Strangways and Quarrel were first introduced in the book Live And Let Die.
When 007 enters Dr. No's dining room he stops to take a second look at a painting. The painting is Goya's picture of the Duke of Wellington, which was stolen in real life week or two before filming began.
Jack Lord, who played Felix Leiter, was more professional than the other Felixes in other Bond movies. The professionalism was also a part of Steve McGarrett in the Hawaii Five-O TV series, which was Lord's best portrayal of a charismatic character on screen.
In the first draft, Dr. No was a monkey.
The first gun Bond uses other than the Walther PPK is the Browning 1922 that (the producers I assume) try to pass off as a silenced Walther PPK. You can tell by the "FN" marking on the grip - not to mention the shape of the gun in the scene where he baits the professor into the girl's room and kills him after the professor pumps 7 shots into the mattress.
Bond incorrectly identifies Professor Dent's weapon as a Smith and Wesson when it is, in fact, an M-1911A1 Colt.
On Crab Key, Bond uses a M-1911A1 against the Dragon in one scene, and then a Walther PPK in the other sequence of scenes.
To put to rest an age old theory, Ursula Andress DID have on a bathing suit when she was going through the decontaminator in Dr No's headquarters. You can see a photo of it in the Behind the Scenes section.
Originally, the producer's were going to use The novel Thunderball as the first Bond movie, but when Kevin Mclory sued over the right's of the novel, the producer's decided to go for Dr. No.
Ian Fleming originally wanted Roger Moore to play Bond in Dr. No after Cary Grant said he would only play Bond once.
David Niven was considered for the role of James Bond, a role that he would later play in the 1967 spoof, Casino Royale 1967
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