How Many James Bond Movies

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Publication Order of Ian Fleming “James Bond” Books

Casino Royale(1953)Beschreibung bei Amazon
Live and Let Die(1954)Beschreibung bei Amazon
Moonraker(1955)Beschreibung bei Amazon
Diamonds Are Forever(1956)Beschreibung bei Amazon
From Russia with Love(1957)Beschreibung bei Amazon
Doctor No(1958)Beschreibung bei Amazon
Goldfinger(1959)Beschreibung bei Amazon
For Your Eyes Only(1960)Beschreibung bei Amazon
Thunderball(1961)Beschreibung bei Amazon
The Spy Who Loved Me(1962)Beschreibung bei Amazon
On Her Majesty's Secret Service(1963)Beschreibung bei Amazon
You Only Live Twice(1964)Beschreibung bei Amazon
The Man with the Golden Gun(1965)Beschreibung bei Amazon
Octopussy and the Living Daylights(1966)Beschreibung bei Amazon

Publication Order of Kingsley Amis “James Bond” Books

Colonel Sun(1968)Beschreibung bei Amazon

Publication Order of John Gardner “James Bond” Books

Licence Renewed(1981)Beschreibung bei Amazon
For Special Services(1982)Beschreibung bei Amazon
Icebreaker(1983)Beschreibung bei Amazon
Role of Honour(1984)Beschreibung bei Amazon
Nobody Lives Forever(1986)Beschreibung bei Amazon
No Deals, Mr. Bond(1987)Beschreibung bei Amazon
Scorpius(1988)Beschreibung bei Amazon
Win, Lose or Die(1989)Beschreibung bei Amazon
Licence to Kill(1989)Beschreibung bei Amazon
Brokenclaw(1990)Beschreibung bei Amazon
The Man from Barbarossa(1991)Beschreibung bei Amazon
Death Is Forever(1991)Beschreibung bei Amazon
Never Send Flowers(1993)Beschreibung bei Amazon
Seafire(1994)Beschreibung bei Amazon
Goldeneye(1995)Beschreibung bei Amazon
Cold Fall(1996)Beschreibung bei Amazon

Publication Order of Raymond Benson “James Bond” Books

Blast From the Past(1997)Beschreibung bei Amazon
Zero Minus Ten(1997)Beschreibung bei Amazon
Tomorrow Never Dies(1997)Beschreibung bei Amazon
The Facts of Death(1998)Beschreibung bei Amazon
The World Is Not Enough(1999)Beschreibung bei Amazon
High Time to Kill(1999)Beschreibung bei Amazon
DoubleShot(2000)Beschreibung bei Amazon
Never Dream of Dying(2001)Beschreibung bei Amazon
The Man with the Red Tattoo(2002)Beschreibung bei Amazon
Die Another Day(2002)Beschreibung bei Amazon

Publication Order of Sebastian Faulks “James Bond” Books

Devil May Care(2008)Beschreibung bei Amazon

Publication Order of Jeffery Deaver “James Bond” Books

Carte Blanche(2011)Beschreibung bei Amazon

Publication Order of William Boyd “James Bond” Books

Solo(2013)Beschreibung bei Amazon

Publication Order of Anthony Horowitz “James Bond” Books

Trigger Mortis(2015)Beschreibung bei Amazon
Forever and a Day(2018)Beschreibung bei Amazon

Chronological Order of Ian Fleming “James Bond” Books

Casino Royale(1953)Beschreibung bei Amazon
Live and Let Die(1954)Beschreibung bei Amazon
Moonraker(1955)Beschreibung bei Amazon
Diamonds Are Forever(1956)Beschreibung bei Amazon
From Russia with Love(1957)Beschreibung bei Amazon
Doctor No(1958)Beschreibung bei Amazon
Goldfinger(1959)Beschreibung bei Amazon
Risico (in For Your Eyes Only)(1960)Beschreibung bei Amazon
Quantum of Solace (in For Your Eyes Only)(1959)Beschreibung bei Amazon
The Hildebrand Rarity (in For Your Eyes Only)(1960)Beschreibung bei Amazon
From a View to a Kill(1960)Beschreibung bei Amazon
For Your Eyes Only(1960)Beschreibung bei Amazon
Thunderball(1961)Beschreibung bei Amazon
Octopussy(1966)Beschreibung bei Amazon
The Living Daylights(1962)Beschreibung bei Amazon
The Property of a Lady(1963)Beschreibung bei Amazon
On Her Majesty's Secret Service (ch. 1-5)(1963)Beschreibung bei Amazon
Agent 007 in New York(1963)Beschreibung bei Amazon
The Spy Who Loved Me(1962)Beschreibung bei Amazon
On Her Majesty's Secret Service (ch. 6-20)(1963)Beschreibung bei Amazon
You Only Live Twice(1964)Beschreibung bei Amazon
The Man with the Golden Gun(1965)Beschreibung bei Amazon

About James Bond:

James Bond is a famous character created by Ian Fleming. Fleming wrote about James Bond in 12 novels and then 2 short stories. The character was created in 1953 and he first appeared in the novel Casino Royale.

Who is James Bond?

The exact age of James Bond is unknown. In the books and movies, it is thought he is in his late thirties but he never ages beyond that. Fleming changes his dates and timelines so often in the books that no one really knows how old he is. In one of the movies, he does mention that he is 80 years shy of retirement age, but this still doesn’t make sense.

Not much is known about his heritage or his early life, other than he travelled extensively when he was younger and he learnt many languages. He was orphaned at 11 years old after his parents died in a climbing accident and he goes to live with his Aunt.

Bond completed his education with a brief stint in Eton College but he leaves because of an affair with a maid. He did attend another college and completed time at University. He then joins the Navy and sees action in World War II before entering the secret service.

Bond does have a reputation for being a ladies man. He has many affairs throughout the novels and in popular culture, his lady friends became known as the Bond Girls. In the movies, the role of the Bond Girl is usually given to an actress who is also a model and is incredibly attractive.

He does marry one of his Bond Girls in the novel “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service”, but she is killed on their wedding day and Bond is left devastated. This set the scene for him to get revenge in the following novel.

In some of the short stories, that were written by another author, but are part of the Bond world, Bond has a son. He has the baby with Kissy Suzuki but the child is hardly mentioned until another story where he makes contact with Bond shortly before being murdered.

Casino Royale

In Casino Royale, the readers meet James Bond, he is a secret agent for the UK Secret Service and his code name is Agent 007. He is tasked with travelling to France to bankrupt a member of the Russian Secret Service, Chiffre. He does this under the guise that he is playing against the Chiffre in a high stakes baccarat game.

Bond is undercover as a Jamaican playboy, but members of his team are all around him during the game, making sure he stays alive. The game does not go well for Bond who is bankrupted after the first game. However, CIA agents come

to his rescue and give him more money. He eventually wins, despite having people trying to kill him during the game and he gives the money he wins back to the service.

The book is not over there though and Chiffre is determined to gets revenge. He kidnaps members of the team and tortures Bond. Chiffre is killed during the rescue mission and Bond falls in love with a member of his team called Lynd, who becomes the very first Bond girl.

Delphi 2010 free. Still, the book isn’t over there and the course of true love is not smooth for Bond. It is suggested that people should read the book to find out what else happens to Bond.

The book was very successful and sold out in the UK in less than a month. It didn’t do as well in the U.S, the sales were a lot slower, but it eventually became a hit and the rest of the books were written.


Fleming wrote Casino Royale whilst he was in Jamaica with his future wife. He wrote is because he had always wanted to write a spy novel and he wanted something to distract him from his wedding plans.

He was staying at the Goldeneye Estate and it took just two months to write. He showed the book to his girlfriend upon completion, who thought that he should not publish it at all. How his life would have been different if he had listened to her.

When Fleming had finished the novel, he showed it to the publishers and they didn’t like it. They rejected it and only looked at it again because Fleming had a brother who was an established travel writer and he suggested they read it again.

TV and Movies

The book has been made into TV shows and Movies over and over, most notably in 2006, when Daniel Craig won the role as James Bond. This movie stays true to the original novel and was the 21st Bond movie to be released, despite it being the film based on the very first book.

Even though this movie is the second time that Casino Royale is been made into a film, it establishes a new timeline for the movies and it is not meant to tie in with any of the other movies.

It was the most successful Bond movie of all time and Daniel Craig was congratulated for his role has Bond. His original casting was met with skepticism but after the movie was premiered, people loved him because he didn’t try to copy other Bonds. Download ps2 games for pc. He completely reinvented the role of Bond, playing him as a much more sensitive character.


Ian Fleming wrote the Bond novels until his death in 1964. Since then, a number of other authors have carried on the legacy at the request of the Ian Fleming Publications. The most recent novel was released on September 26th 2013 and was called Solo. William Boyd wrote that book and it picked up with Bonds life in 1969.

There are other books still to come, about Bonds life. Ian Fleming Publications recently announced that Stephen Cole is going to continue writing the Young Bond series, with the next book planned to be released in late 2014.


The James Bond novels have been adapted for a lot of mediums. They have been made into TV shows, movies, radio shows and even comics. When it comes to the books, other authors pick up certain areas of his life, and some have even written from the perspective of his Bond girls.

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Published 1:06 PM EDT May 23, 2017

Roger Moore, who played James Bond in more 007 films than any other actor, has died at 89, his personal assistant, Gareth Owen, confirmed to USA TODAY.

In a statement, his three adult children said, 'It is with a heavy heart that we must announce our loving father, Sir Roger Moore, has passed away today in Switzerland after a short but brave battle with cancer.'

The actor is best remembered for playing James Bond in seven films from 1973 to 1985, beginning with Live and Let Die and ending with A View to A Kill.

Moore’s relaxed style and sense of whimsy, which relied heavily on the arched eyebrow, seemed a commentary on the essential ridiculousness of the Bond films, in which the handsome British secret agent was as adept at mixing martinis and bedding beautiful women as he was at disposing of supervillains trying to take over the world.

“To me, the Bond situations are so ridiculous, so outrageous,” he once said, according to The Very Best of Roger Moore: The Man Behind the Bond. “I mean, this man is supposed to be a spy and yet, everybody knows he’s a spy. Every bartender in the world offers him martinis that are shaken, not stirred. What kind of serious spy is recognized everywhere he goes? It’s outrageous. So you have to treat the humor outrageously as well.”

While he never eclipsed Sean Connery in the public’s eye as the definitive James Bond, Moore did play the role of the secret agent in just as many films as Connery did, and he managed to do so while “finding a joke in every situation,” according to film critic Rex Reed.

Moore began his acting career at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, where he studied alongside future Bond co-star Lois Maxwell, who would go on to originate the role of Miss Moneypenny, secretary to Bond's boss M, the head of MI6. But Moore's studies were interrupted by mandatory military service.

HIS LEGACY: Hollywood remembers Roger Moore

After fulfilling his responsibilities to the army, the London-born actor headed to Hollywood, where he appeared in films with Elizabeth Taylor (1954’s The Last Time I Saw Paris) and Lana Turner (1956's Diane).

But film critics weren't exactly smitten with Moore early on. Time compared him to a 'lump of English roast beef.' And the actor joked that at MGM, where he had a seven-year contract early in his career and would return to play James Bond, RGM (Roger Moore) was NBG (No Bloody Good).

American TV was kinder to the young actor, and he began to build his resume with shows like Ivanhoe, Maverick and The Alaskans.

But it was British roles that would make him a star. First came the ITV adaptation of The Saint, in which he played Simon Templar, the mysterious, Robin Hood-like hero of Leslie Charteris' books.

In 1972, original James Bond star Sean Connery signaled he was done with the role after 1971's Diamonds Are Forever. The role was offered to Moore on the condition that he cut his hair and lose weight before cameras rolled on Live and Let Die.

p.p1 {margin: 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px 0.0px; font: 13.0px Verdana; -webkit-text-stroke: #000000} span.s1 {font-kerning: none}He would go on to make six more Bond movies over the next 12 years: The Man With the Golden Gun, The Spy Who Loved Me, Octopussy, Moonraker, For Your Eyes Only and A View to A Kill. And while the Bond of the Ian Fleming novels that the films were based on was generally described as being in his 30s, Moore would stay with the role until he was 57.

He continued to work regularly in films after handing over Bond to Timothy Dalton, but never with the same success. His post-Bond films included such forgettable efforts as The Quest with Jean-Claude Van Damme and Spice World with the Spice Girls.

In 1991, he began one of the most satisfying roles of his career: as a goodwill ambassador for UNICEF.

“I felt small, insignificant and rather ashamed that I had traveled so much making films and ignored what was going on around me,” he said in describing how the work had affected him.

In 1996, when his UNICEF job took him to the World Congress Against Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children, he revealed that he too had been a victim.

“I was molested when I was a child — not seriously — but I didn’t tell my mother until I was 16, because I felt that it was something to be ashamed of,” he told the Associated Press. He did not offer details but he stressed that young victims should not feel guilty about what had been done to them.

“They’re being exploited. We have to tell them that,” Moore said.

Moore received the Dag Hammarskjold Inspiration Award for his work with UNICEF and was named a commander in France’s National Order of Arts and Letters in 2008, an award he said was worth “more than an Oscar.”

That same year, he published an autobiography, My Word Is My Bond, which included details about his work on the Bond films, his friendship with Audrey Hepburn, his encounters with Taylor, Cary Grant, Frank Sinatra and other stars, and his health struggles — including a bout with prostate cancer, which he beat.

.Moore was divorced three times, from skater Doorn Van Steyn in 1953, English singer Dorothy Squires in 1969 and Italian actress Luisa Mattioli, the mother of his children, Deborah, Geoffrey and Christian, in 2000.

He married a fourth time, in 2002, to Swedish socialite Kristina Tholstrup.

The family is planning a private funeral in Monaco for Moore in accordance with his wishes.

Contributing: The Associated Press

Published 1:06 PM EDT May 23, 2017