GoldenEye: The Bond History

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Dr. No (1962)

Super-agent James Bond goes to Jamaica to investigate the sabotaging of US. and Russian rockets. He encounters Dr. No, a metal handed megalomaniac, and thwarts his plan to start WWIII.
Best Gadget: Believe it or not, there were no gadgets in the one that started it all.
Bond Babe: Honey Wilder (Ursula Andress). Andress rises out of the water like a modern day Venus, setting the standard for all Bond girls to follow.
Most memorable line: "Not bad for a man with no hands."(dinner conversation with Dr. No).

From Russia With Love (1963)

Bond is caught in the middle of a S.P.E.C.T.R.E. plot when he assists a Russian embassy worker trying to defect. Standing in his way are a deadly assassin and the loathsome Rosa Klebb, who wears poison spikes in the tips of her shoes.
Best Gadget: A briefcase full of spy goodies which explodes if not opened properly.
Bond Babe: Tatyana Romanova (Daniela Bianchini). Started the stereotype for the sexy, pouty Russian.
Most memorable line: "She had her kicks." (as Bond looks down at Klebb's corpse)

Goldfinger (1964)

James Bond must stop Aurich Goldfinger from detonating a bomb inside of Ft. Knox in an attempt to irradiate the US gold reserve.
Best Gadget: The Aston Martin DB-5 with all the options.
Bond Babe: Pussy Galore (Honor Blackman). The name says it all.
Most memorable line: "Bond: You expect me to talk? Goldfinger: No, Mr. Bond, I expect you to die!

Thunderball (1965)

S.P.E.C.T.R.E. has captured two atomic warheads and James bond must go to the Bahamas to confront the insidious Largo, a swimming pool full of sharks, and an army of S.P.E.C.T.R.E. frogmen.
Best gadget: A jet pack
Bond Babe: Domino Derval (Claudine Auger). Even though she's on a mission of revenge she's still sexy.
Most memorable line: "I think he got the point." (after killing a thug with a speargun)

You Only Live Twice (1967)

Ernst Stavro Blofeld, the supreme S.P.E.C.T.R.E. is capturing American and Soviet satellites in effort to start WWIII(again). Bond travels to Japan and storms Blofeld's volcano fortress with an army of ninja's.
Best gadget: Cigarettes that launch a tiny rocket when lit.
Bond Babe: Kissy Suzuki (Mie Hama) She must have been something to make Bond become Japanese.
Most memorable line: "These things will kill you." (after lighting a lethal cigarette.)

On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969)

007(now played by George Lazenby) battles Blofeld in the Swiss Alps, saves the world from becoming sterilized, and finds the time to get married. Too bad Blofeld kills the bride five minutes later.
Best gadget:
Bond Babe: Contessa Teresa Di Vicenzo (Diana Rigg). With her gorgeous looks and her Emma Peel high-kicks, Rigg was the only good thing about this film (and she gets killed off).
Most memorable line: "I never mix business with pleasure." (famous last words from the Contessa)

Diamonds Are Forever (1971)

Blofeld has returned and 007 (once again played by Sean Connery) is hot on his trail from Amsterdam to Las Vegas. Bond must stop Blofeld from frying the world with a super-laser while evading a pair of homosexual assassins who want him dead.
Best gadget: Lee press-on fingerprints.
Bond Babe: Tiffany Case (Jill St. John). A diamond smuggler who starts off against Bond and ends up in bed with him.
Most memorable line: "Welcome to hell, Blofeld."

Live and Let Die (1973)

Roger Moore debuts as James Bond. This time 007 goes from Harlem to Florida to the Caribbean as he clashes the nefarious drug-lord, Kananga and his claw handed henchman in an adventure filled with spectacular stunts, voodoo, and lot's of crocodiles.
Best gadget: A combination wristwatch/buzzsaw.
Bond Babe: Solitaire (Jane Seymour). As mysterious and elusive as she may be she's no match for the charms of James Bond.
Most memorable line: "By compelling me to Earthly love ,the gods have taken away my powers." (so says Solitaire. Another martini please!)

The Man With the Golden Gun (1974)

A million dollar-a-hit assassin has 007 in his sights. The two men play a lethal cat and mouse game all over East Asia and finally shoot it out in a psychedelic maze. Note- Herve Villechaize plays the assassin's diabolical henchman.
Best gadget: A golden gun made of a pen, a cigarette case, and a lighter but it belongs to the villain.
Bond Babe: Mary Goodnight (Britt Ekland). Although rather annoying throughout the movie, she makes up for it when seen in lingerie.
Most memorable line: "I may be small but I never forget!" (guess who threatening 007).

The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)

Insane billionaire Stromberg intends to (gasp!)start WWIII with stolen nuclear missiles. Bond teams up with a sexy KGB agent to stop him but she seems to have a personal agenda regarding 007. Bond must also contend with the metal-mouthed titan, Jaws, before he can confront Stromberg in his underwater base and save the world.
Best gadget: The Lotus Esprit which turns into a submarine.
Bond Babe: Anya Amasova (Barbara Bach). Beautiful and deadly, she has a score to settle with Bond but eventually ends up sharing a bed with him.
Most memorable line: "Keeping the British end up, sir!"(explaining his activities with Amasova under the sheets to his superior)

Moonraker (1979)

James Bond goes into orbit as he goes up against Hugo Drax, an insane billionaire who plans to wipe out all human life on Earth. The film includes rocket ships, laser battles, and a giant space station. All this plus Jaws too.
Best gadget: The Wrist Dart Gun.
Bond babe: Dr. Holly Goodhead (Lois Chiles) A rocket scientist\secret agent who can mix it up as well as Bond and has her own spy gadgets.
Most memorable line: "He had a crush on me." (referring to a giant anaconda he just escaped from)

For Your Eyes Only (1981)

Bond must retrieve a top-secret coding device before Henri Christatos sells it to the Soviets. His assignment takes him from Switzerland to Greece as he clashes with S.P.E.C.T.R.E. thugs underwater and at the top of a mountain.
Best gadget: A fancy, electronic version of the classic Etch-A-Sketch toy.
Bond babe: Melina Havelock (Carole Bouquet) A beautiful archeologist ,out for revenge, who teams up with Bond for vengeance and other personal reasons. Most memorable line: "Bon Voyage!" (while pushing an assassin over a cliff)

Octopussy (1983)

Atom bombs and Faberge eggs are being stolen and no one knows why. When sent to investigate, Bond discovers a renegade Soviet general and an Afghan prince who plan to blow up a US military base in Germany thereby starting (you guessed it) WWIII.
Best gadget: A fountain pen that leaks acid.
Bond babe: Octopussy (Maude Adams) Tough, independent, intelligent and sexy she's a woman who earns Bond's respect (but she still can't be on top).
Most memorable line: "Oh James, we're two of a kind." (Octopussy falling for 007)

Never Say Never Again (1983)

Sean Connery returns in this remake of Thunderball. A now middle aged and semi-retired 007 goes after Largo before he can destroy the world.
Best gadget: A motorcycle complete with turbo boost and rocket launchers.
Bond Babe: Domino Derval (Kim Basinger) Although Kim Basinger looks fine, Barbara Carrera steals the show as a S.P.E.C.T.R.E. agent who seduces men and then kills them.
Most memorable line: Domino: "You'll never give up your old habits, James." (How wrong you are! Check out monogamous Bond in "The Living Daylights")

A View to a Kill (1985)

Bond is ordered to stop Aryan psychopath Max Zorin before he can sink California into the ocean with a large bomb(why not?). Bond battles evil atop the Eiffel Tower and at the top of the Golden Gate Bridge.
Best gadget: Q must have been on vacation during this movie. No gadgets.
Bond babe: Stacey Sutton (Tanya Roberts). Basically a big-eyed Barbie doll who screams a lot. Seeing Bond with Grace Jones was much more interesting.
Most memorable line: "Try not to be to rough with me."(to Grace Jones as she mounts him)

The Living Daylights (1987)

Bond must stop an arms dealer from disrupting US/Soviet peace negotiations (which will probably lead to WWIII) and save a cellist from being killed.
Best gadget: A key chain that explodes when you whistle at it. (Ooooh!)
Bond Babe: Kara Milovy (Maryam D'Abo) As cute as a button but also just as dull.
Most memorable line: "I've had a few options installed."(referring to the lasers and missile-launchers in his car)

License to Kill (1989)

Bond goes AWOL to seek revenge on the drug lord who fed his friend to the sharks.
Best gadget: The Signature Recognition Gun.
Bond babe: Pam Bouvier (Carey Lowell) A tough-talking, shotgun-wielding pilot who won't take guff from Bond but she will sleep with him.
Most memorable line: Pam "I have flown to the toughest hellholes in South America and I will not have you lecture me about professionalism." (Timothy Dalton was too serious to have any good lines in this one)

GoldenEye (1995)

Renegade former KGB agents get hold of a satellite which can disrupt every electronic device on the planet.
Bond babe: Natalya Simonova (Izabella Scorupco) Nice to look at and a whiz on the computer terminal.
Most memorable line: "No more foreplay." (as he points a gun at a woman trying to kill him)

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