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James Bond Movies Quiz

How many official James Bond movies can you name?
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Last updated: November 21, 2018
First submittedSeptember 17, 2012
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Year
Starring
Movie
2015
Daniel Craig
Spectre
2012
Skyfall
2008
Quantum of Solace
2006
Casino Royale
2002
Pierce Brosnan
Die Another Day
1999
The World Is Not Enough
1997
Tomorrow Never Dies
1995
GoldenEye
1989
Timothy Dalton
Licence to Kill
1987
The Living Daylights
1985
Roger Moore
A View to a Kill
1983
Octopussy
1983
Sean Connery
Never Say Never Again
(unofficial)
Year
Starring
Movie
1981
Roger Moore
For Your Eyes Only
1979
Moonraker
1977
The Spy Who Loved Me
1974
The Man with the Golden Gun
1973
Live and Let Die
1971
Sean Connery
Diamonds Are Forever
1969
George Lazenby
On Her Majesty's Secret Service
1967
Sean Connery
You Only Live Twice
1965
Thunderball
1964
Goldfinger
1963
From Russia with Love
1962
Dr. No
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level 53
Nov 10, 2012
My memory must be pants because I'm pretty sure I've seen all these films and I could remember very few!
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level 74
Sep 17, 2015
I was the opposite. I've only seen about half of these, but I got them all. Shows how successful they've been.
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level 27
Jan 13, 2017
I'm the opposite as well (except it's more major). I've seen none of these, but I got them all.
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level 68
May 23, 2017
Maybe you've read them all. :)
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level 63
Apr 21, 2019
I havent seen any, I got 9 right. But seeing the answers I knew all but 4 (though wouldnt have thought of some like on her majesties secret service, I only heard this about a year ago on a gameshow)
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level 32
Nov 10, 2012
Born under the tensions of the Cold War, it still exists. Hm, even if the films aren't specially good - okay for sure, but nothing more as I can remember.
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level 76
Nov 6, 2015
They were so cutting edge when they began in an era where special effects were not computerized.
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level 20
Nov 10, 2012
Lol, I notice most of the titles have something to do with 'gold', 'death', 'life', 'love', 'kill' and 'eye'. I only got 11/23 :(!
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level 62
Nov 21, 2012
Not really a Bond fan. I don't hate the movies but I'm now like yay another Bond movie. Got 12 though. Some I know from their title songs. That's good then right?
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level 3
Nov 23, 2012
casino royale has been produced 3 times . one was a us tv show in 1954 and one was in 1967. One was in 2006 by daniel craig
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level 84
Dec 20, 2012
1967 - not official. 1954 - not a movie.
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level 48
Feb 13, 2013
wasn't the '67 movie a comedy bond spoof?
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level 84
Feb 26, 2013
Yes and no. It started off with the intent of being an official bond, even to the point of recruiting David Niven (one of Ian Fleming's top picks for the Bond role) and Ursula Andress of Dr. No fame. However, due to internal bickering/politics, it lost its official sanction, and the script was rewritten to be more satirical. Still it is a masterpiece in its insanity.
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level 3
Nov 30, 2012
Got 100 % . You need to edit this
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level 20
Dec 21, 2012
BEST MOVIES EVER!
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level 41
Dec 29, 2012
18
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level 77
Dec 4, 2013
Five different actors from the James Bond franchise have played the same role across 7 or more films, 2nd only to the Harry Potter franchise. Can you name them?
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level 77
Nov 6, 2015
Actually six. I think I missed one.
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level 77
Apr 12, 2014
I'm shocked OHMSS was not accepted for On Her Majesty's Secret Service. Any chance of adding that?
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level 77
Oct 31, 2015
Shocked? I'm not sure that is the best word to use there.
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level 43
Jun 13, 2014
I got them all but For Your Eyes Only... Damn!
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level 32
Aug 5, 2014
I got 23/23 with 2:02 remaining . My favourite James Bond film was Octopussy .
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level 68
Apr 13, 2019
I love that film too! Happy to see it is the most remembered of the Moore films by people taking this quiz. But maybe that's just because of the title...
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level 84
Jul 2, 2015
Just 4 months til Spectre!
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level 59
Nov 6, 2015
I think I've seen one Bond film start to finish, and that's all. Not a fan to be honest, but the names of the films are so iconic I managed to get them all.
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level 66
Nov 6, 2015
Blanked on for your eyes only and license to kill. Tend to do that when against the clock. Great fun.
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level 46
Nov 6, 2015
I could only remember one of the Pierce Brosnan movies. I thought the stunts and effects were great, but for some reason those movies were not that memorable for me. For Your Eyes Only was one of my favorites, in part because of the fantastic locations. I am surprised that it is the one people have the most trouble remembering.
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level 77
Nov 6, 2015
Saw Spectre today because there was nothing else playing. Like most Bond films it was decidedly ho-hum.
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level 43
Nov 6, 2015
I think most Bond films are a lot of fun even if they're not great. You just hope they have memorable villains, cool action scenes, and beautiful locales and women. You're not going to see No Country for Old Men when you go to see a Bond film, but I think many are great, most are fun, and only a few are a bad time. As for who is the best Bond, it is still Sean Connery because most of the other actors fit one of James Bond's main traits: to be a bad ass or to be charming, while he filled both roles. Moore and Brosnan were ultra charming but I didn't think any could actually win a fistfight (and that may be more due to the films than them, as if we can buy Liam Neeson kicking ass in Taken, then why not?), while I found Dalton and (to a lesser extent) Lazenby as less charming but believed they could win a fight or two. Craig has probably been the best mix since Connery, but I think he's about 65-35 in favor of bad ass where Connery is closer to 50-50. That's just my take though!
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level 24
Nov 7, 2015
it wouldnt accept a view to kill
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level 77
Nov 7, 2015
I had this problem on the quiz twice and then I actually looked and saw the name of the film is "A View to *A* Kill".... which doesn't make any sense.
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level 84
Nov 20, 2015
Unless of course, you've seen the movie, in which the phrase features oh so prominently....
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level 77
Jul 9, 2018
Never have that I recall. I've seen all the films from Goldeneye onward, but of the older ones only bits and pieces and I don't know for sure which ones I've seen parts of and which I haven't. The only ones I recall seeing for sure (at least in part) are Dr. No, Moonraker, and Never Say Never Again. I saw (parts of) the one with Kim Basinger, and the one with Oddjob, and Jaws, and the one where he fights the guy with the metal hand on a train, and the one where he goes to Thailand, and the one where he shoots a man with a compressed air pellet and he blows up like a cartoon character who got his mouth stuck on a vacuum cleaner.
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level 62
Nov 23, 2018
"The one with Oddjob" is Goldfinger, which is the consensus pick among Bond fans for the best of all the Bond movies (opinions vary wildly, of course, but that's the most common response). If you only see one, I think that's the one to see. I also think Skyfall is a great film, but it is very weighty, which the other movies aren't. It was released 50 years after the first film, so it was high time to mix things up, but if you're looking for classic Bond, Skyfall isn't it (although it is an excellent film on its own terms).
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level 51
Nov 9, 2015
24/24, 3:37 left
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level 31
Nov 12, 2015
Damn, that Thunderball one! I tried "thunderstruck -strike -storm -bolt etc" - I could not remember the correct title at all! And I also typed Moonwalker! lol
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level 65
Dec 29, 2015
HA! Glad I'm not the only one who blanked on For Your Eyes Only.
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level 70
Jan 10, 2016
Roger Moore is the best bond, the spy who loved me is the best film, but it's only my opinion
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level ∞
Nov 15, 2016
Sean Connery was the best! He made it just the right amount of campy. The modern Bond movies are too serious given the ridiculous subject matter. Also just my opinion.
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level 78
Jan 5, 2017
Yeah but he didn't like the role.
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level 67
May 5, 2017
I rank them Connery, Moore, Brosnan, Craig, Dalton. I never saw George Lazenby's movie so I can't fairly rank him among the others. Connery was the original and still my favorite, though Moore is a close second. Pierce Brosnan was quite good as well, but he was basically just playing a slightly updated version of what Roger Moore was doing. Daniel Craig isn't doing a bad job per se, but his films don't have the proper James Bond feel (which is not all his fault), and he isn't suave enough for the role. Dalton just failed to excite me when I last watched one of his films, though admittedly it has been many years.
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level 40
Nov 16, 2016
Damn, I thought it was, 'A View to Kill'. How did I miss the second 'a'?
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level 57
Mar 11, 2017
so few know "for your eyes only" ? it is one of the best
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level 78
Jul 17, 2018
I saw that one when I was in college, but to be honest I remember the theme song more than the movie. I had a bit of a crush on Sheena Easton, "the Scottish Songbird".
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level 57
Mar 16, 2017
got all. 2:30 left
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level 38
May 5, 2017
Sean Connery! - The best Bond EVER!!! Brosnan #2 others don't count. Spoiler: Did you know that the very first Bond, David Niven served in the WWII army with Ian Fleming, the author of the Bond series. Also, did you know that they were spies for the OSS under Wild Bill Donovan?
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level 71
May 21, 2017
I recognized many names when it was over but saw and remembered very few. I don't like Bond at all. The only Bond movies I enjoyed were the unofficial films -- Never Say Never Again and Casino Royale (with David Niven). I've watched one of each actor thinking I might get on board with a different actor but I won't do it again with the next actor. It's not the actor but the character.
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level 58
Jan 4, 2018
Sean Connery WAS Bond. I suspect many who don't mention Connery are probably younger, but you "had to have been there" when the Connery films first came out (esp. Dr. No, From Russia..., Goldfinger, Thunderball, You Only Live Twice) to really appreciate how those films exploded onto the big screen for the first time. Never forget it.
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level 67
Nov 12, 2018
Maybe you should add Taron Egerton, since the Kingsman films are more like James Bond films than any of the Daniel Craig ones.
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