Common Words in James Bond Movie Titles

Name the titles of James Bond films in which these words appear.
Other forms and tenses of the words accepted
Includes 25th official Bond film, releasing in 2020
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Last updated: May 19, 2020
First submittedAugust 27, 2019
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Gold
Goldfinger
The Man with the Golden Gun
GoldenEye
 
Live
You Only Live Twice
Live and Let Die
The Living Daylights
Kill
A View to a Kill
Licence to Kill
 
Love
From Russia with Love
The Spy Who Loved Me
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No
Dr. No
No Time to Die
Die
Live and Let Die
Tomorrow Never Dies
Die Another Day
No Time to Die
 
Eye
For Your Eyes Only
GoldenEye
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Level 68
Aug 27, 2019
Nice Quiz! Very original I got 10/13! Don't know my Bond films like I thought I did...
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Level 78
Aug 28, 2019
Thanks! Nothing shabby about a score of 10 :)
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Level 37
Aug 27, 2019
I missed two. Can never remember more than one (of the two) that Timothy Dalton did. I don't know why, for I rather like his acting.
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Level 78
Aug 28, 2019
Yeah, I think that's common. He's a bit of a forgotten Bond, but I like him and both of the films he did. I wonder whether doing a few more would have raised their profile. Especially as the one he turned down went on to be so well regarded.
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Level 34
Sep 2, 2020
Timothy Dalton delivers one of the best Bond performances of any of the actors. Not only does he get forgotten (although the recent polls would suggest otherwise), but his films also lack the credit they deserve. The Living Daylights and (a) Licence to Kill not only have solid plot lines, but the acting is largely great and Dalton puts a new spin on the character. Before Daniel Craig, Timothy Dalton was the 'serious' yet still suave Bond who didn't sleep with every woman he came across. Whilst I think his ability to attract women (or more specifically, fall for women) is part of his charm, it was nice to see that the producers were experimenting with something a bit different. I think each of the actors brings something to the character (keeping Flemming's creation alive) and that is what keeps the franchise interesting. I've grown up with the films (have had a Bond married into the family and own one of the Aston Martins used in the films) and so it's nice to see that it's still going