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Craig's 007 tenure now second-longest, fan website says

Daniel Craig’s tenure as James Bond is now second-longest, according to a fan website, Dalton Was Best.

The site’s websmaster, Adrian Stirrup, made the calculations for a Jan. 173 more words

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Who is the longest-serving James Bond? Every 007 actor and the movies they've starred in

Daniel Craig might have recently become the second longest-serving James Bond in franchise history, but which 007 comes out top?

The current longest-running Bond is Sir Roger Moore, who starred in seven films, Moonraker, A View To A Kill, Live And Let Die, The Man With The Golden Gun, Octopussy, For Your Eyes Only and The Spy Who Loved Me – racking up a total of 5,118 days in the role. 357 more words

Film

Gogglebox: The Persuaders!

My mum loved Roger Moore, so my surrogate father as a young child was Simon Templar, albeit via a sturdy black and white television with a temperamental horizontal hold. 860 more words

TV Nostalgia

Bond in Review: A View To A Kill

For a dozen years, Roger Moore had played James Bond, and at the point of “Octopussy”, was pretty much equally matched with Sean Connery as far as the number of films were concerned (unless you count Never Say Never Again.) However, by the time of 1985, he would star in one more Bond-“A View To A Kill”-and that would be his curtain call for the character, especially due to his age-57. 1,625 more words

The Spy Who Loved Me's 40th: 007 rolls with the punches

The Spy Who Loved Me, which debuted 40 years ago this year, showed the cinema 007 was more than capable of rolling with the punches. 485 more words

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James Bond Rewatch: Live and Let Die

“But if this ever-changin’ world in which we’re living makes you give in and cry…say live and let die.”

This isn’t my favorite Bond movie. In fact, the first time I tried to rewatch it, I bounced right off after the first hour and couldn’t get back in frame to continue my rewatching for over a year. 1,517 more words

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29/1/1967: The Death Game

Simon Templar is walking along a foggy London street. There is the sound of a marching band which turns out to be a tiny procession of clockwork soldiers. 420 more words

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