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The Bond Project

Entire James Bond Movie Timeline

1962

Dr. No

  • 110 minutes
  • Terence Young

A resourceful British government agent seeks answers in a case involving the disappearance of a colleague and the disruption of the American space program.

Kill Count 12

4
Others 8

Conquests 3

Honeychile Ryder, Miss Taro, Sylvia Trench

Alcohol Units 11.5

Box-Office Return 59.6

Budget 1
Worldwide Box-Office 59.6
(in million USD, unadjusted for inflation)

Titles by Maurice Binder

'James Bond Theme'
by Monty Norman
Performed by John Barry & Orchestra

Geiger counter

Bond has to request one from Britain before using it to determine the radioactivity of Crab Key, suggesting they were uncommon pieces of equipment. The very first James Bond gadget.

Dragon tank

Armored vehicle painted with teeth and armed with a flamethrower to scare off or kill intruders on Crab Key.

Dr No's Lair, Crab Key, Jamaica

  • London, UK
  • Kingston, Jamaica
  • 239/2171 Magenta Drive, Jamaica
  • Crab Key, Jamaica

James Bond (Agent 007)

Sean Connery

Dr. Julius No

Joseph Wiseman

Professor R. J. Dent

Anthony Dawson

Honeychile Ryder (Honey)

Ursula Andress

Sylvia Trench

Eunice Gayson

Miss Taro

Zena Marshall

1962

From Russia with Love

  • 115 minutes
  • Terence Young

James Bond willingly falls into an assassination plot involving a naive Russian beauty in order to retrieve the Lektor, a Soviet encryption device that was stolen by S.P.E.C.T.R.E.

Kill Count 27

11
Others 16

Conquests 4

Sylvia Trench, Tatiana Romanova, Vida, Zora

Alcohol Units 16

Box-Office Return 39.45

Budget 2
Worldwide Box-Office 78.9
(in million USD, unadjusted for inflation)

Titles by Robert Brownjohn

'James Bond Is Back/From Russia with Love/James Bond Theme'
by John Barry, Lionel Bart, Monty Norman
Performed by John Barry

Dagger shoe

A shoe with a concealed poisoned blade tip, which can kill in 12 seconds. Worn by SPECTRE agents, including Rosa Klebb and Morzeny.

Simplon Orient Express

A route that stretched from Istanbul to Paris. It was famous for the great luxury put into many of the carriages in a time when railway travel was the most common method of covering great distances.

Istanbul, Turkey

  • Istanbul, Turkey
  • Basilica Cistern, Turkey
  • Gypsy Camp, Turkey
  • Simplon Orient Express
  • Belgrade, Serbia
  • Zagreb, Croatia
  • Venice, Italy

James Bond (Agent 007)

Sean Connery

Ernst Stavro Blofeld (Number One)

Anthony Dawson

Rosa Klebb (Number Three)

Lotte Lenya

Donovan Grant (Red Grant)

Robert Shaw

Sylvia Trench

Eunice Gayson

Tatiana Romanova (Caroline Somerset)

Daniela Bianchi

1963

Goldfinger

  • 110 minutes
  • Guy Hamilton

While investigating a gold magnate’s smuggling, James Bond uncovers a plot to contaminate the Fort Knox gold reserve.

Kill Count 77

9
Others 68

Conquests 2

Jill Masterson, Pussy Galore

Alcohol Units 12

Box-Office Return 41.6

Budget 3
Worldwide Box-Office 124.9
(in million USD, unadjusted for inflation)

Titles by Robert Brownjohn

'Goldfinger'
by Leslie Bricusse, Anthony Newley, John Barry
Performed by Shirley Bassey

Industrial laser

Powerful enough to put a laser dot on the moon, but able to cut through steel at very close range. Used to try to kill Bond and cut open the Fort Knox vault.

Aston Martin DB5

  • Revolving Number Plates
  • GPS Dashboard
  • Tire Slashers
  • Smoke Screen
  • Oil Slick
  • Rear Bullet-Proof Screen
  • Front Wing Machine Guns
  • Ejector Seat

Fort Knox, Kentucky, USA

  • Miami, Florida, USA
  • MI6, London, UK
  • Stoke Park, Buckinghamshire golf course, UK
  • Geneva, Switzerland
  • Stans, Switzerland
  • Furka Pass, Switzerland
  • Fort Knox, Kentucky, USA
  • Baltimore, Maryland, USA

James Bond (Agent 007)

Sean Connery

Auric Goldfinger

Gert Fröbe

Oddjob

Harold Sakata

Pussy Galore

Honor Blackman

Tilly Masterson

Tania Mallet

Jill Masterson

Shirley Eaton

1964

Thunderball

  • 130 minutes
  • Terence Young

James Bond heads to the Bahamas to recover two nuclear warheads stolen by S.P.E.C.T.R.E. Agent Emilio Largo in an international extortion scheme.

Kill Count 110

20
Others 90

Conquests 3

Dominique Derval, Fiona Volpe, Patricia Fearing

Alcohol Units 14.5

Box-Office Return 15.69

Budget 9
Worldwide Box-Office 111.6
(in million USD, unadjusted for inflation)

Titles by Maurice Binder

'Thunderball'
by John Barry, Don Black
Performed by Tom Jones

Jetpack

A Bell Rocket Belt jetpack, a real device developed for use in the army, which had several limitations: it got exceedingly hot, and could only maintain flight for about 20 seconds.

Disco Volante

A hydrofoil motoryacht made up of 2 detachable parts, the catamaran stern (a 15 m long cocoon housing the flybridge), which can be clipped onto the forward drive section. Used to transport stolen atomic bombs.

Underwater Battle, Bahamas

  • Château d'Anet, France
  • Paris, France
  • Shrublands Health Retreat, UK
  • MI6, London, UK
  • Paradise Island, Bahamas
  • Miami, Florida, USA

James Bond (Agent 007)

Sean Connery

Emilio Largo (Number Two)

Adolfo Celi

Jacques Bouvar (Number Six)

Bob Simmons

Dominique Derval (Domino)

Claudine Auger

Fiona Volpe

Luciana Paluzzi

Paula Caplan

Martine Beswick

1965

Casino Royale (67)

  • 131 minutes
  • John Huston, Val Guest, Ken Hughes, Joseph McGrath, Robert Parrish

After the death of M, Sir James Bond is called back out of retirement to stop SMERSH. In order to trick SMERSH and Le Chiffre, Bond thinks up the ultimate plan: every agent will be named James Bond.

Kill Count 435

15
Others 420

Box-Office Return 3.47

Budget 12
Worldwide Box-Office 41.7
(in million USD, unadjusted for inflation)

Titles by Richard Williams

'Casino Royale Theme'
by Burt Bacharach
Performed by Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass

Flying Saucer

SMERSH’s giant flying saucer is used to kidnap Bond’s daughter Mata Hari.

Volkswagen T1 Pick-Up

VW T1 Pritsche “Bulli”

Trafalgar Square, London

  • 10 Downing Street, London, UK
  • Mereworth Castle, Kent, UK
  • Trafalgar Square, London, UK

James Bond (Agent 007)

David Niven

Dr Noah

Woody Allen

Le Chiffre

Orson Welles

Vesper Lynd

Ursula Andress

Evelyn Tremble

Peter Sellers

Mata Bond

Joanna Pettet

1967

You Only Live Twice

  • 117 minutes
  • Lewis Gilbert

Secret Agent James Bond and the Japanese Secret Service must find and stop the true culprit of a series of space hijackings, before war is provoked between Russia and the United States.

Kill Count 196

21
Others 175

Conquests 3

Aki, Helga Brandt, Kissy Suzuki

Alcohol Units 9.5

Box-Office Return 11.74

Budget 9.5
Worldwide Box-Office 111.6
(in million USD, unadjusted for inflation)

Titles by Maurice Binder

'You Only Live Twice'
by John Barry, Leslie Bricusse
Performed by Nancy Sinatra

X-Ray Desk

Used by Osato to identify any concealed firearms that his prospective ‘clients’ may have.

Little Nellie (WA-116)

A portable autogyro built by Q Branch, which fits into a small duffel bag and can be assembled anywhere. Includes machine guns, heat seeking missiles, aerial mines and rocket launchers.

Volcano Lair, Japan

  • Hong Kong, Hong Kong
  • Pentagon Washington, USA
  • Cape Kennedy, Florida, USA
  • Baikonur Cosmodrome, Russia
  • CIA base, Norway
  • Tokyo, Japan
  • Kobe, Japan
  • Himeji Castle, Japan
  • Ebino & Kyushu, Japan

James Bond (Agent 007)

Sean Connery

Ernst Stavro Blofeld (Number One)

Donald Pleasence

Aki

Akiko Wakabayashi

Kissy Suzuki

Mie Hama

Helga Brandt (Number Eleven)

Karin Dor

Tiger Tanaka

Tetsuro Tamba

1967

On Her Majesty's Secret Service

  • 142 minutes
  • Peter R. Hunt

James Bond woos a mob boss’ daughter and goes undercover to uncover the true reason for Ernst Stavro Blofeld’s allergy research in the Swiss Alps involving beautiful women from around the world.

Kill Count 42

5
Others 37

Conquests 3

Nancy, Ruby Bartlett, Teresa "Tracy" Bond

Alcohol Units 9.5

Box-Office Return 10.25

Budget 8
Worldwide Box-Office 82
(in million USD, unadjusted for inflation)

Titles by Maurice Binder

'On Her Majesty's Secret Service'
by John Barry, Hal David
Performed by The John Barry Orchestra

Angel of Death kit

Presented by Blofeld as a Christmas present to the Angels of Death, the kit includes a communications device disguised as a pocket mirror and a deadly virus disguised as a perfume spray.

Aston Martin DBS (1969)

Olive green car with an inexplicable lack of bulletproof windows. Custom-built storage compartment inside the passenger glove box for a weapon.

Piz Gloria, Switzerland

  • Estoril, Portugal
  • MI6, London, UK
  • Piz Gloria, Switzerland

James Bond (Agent 007)

George Lazenby

Ernst Stavro Blofeld (Number One)

Telly Savalas

Irma Bunt

Ilse Steppat

Teresa "Tracy" Bond (Contessa di Vicenzo)

Diana Rigg

Marc-Ange Draco

Gabriele Ferzetti

Ruby Bartlett

Angela Scoular

1969

Diamonds Are Forever

  • 120 minutes
  • Guy Hamilton

A diamond smuggling investigation leads James Bond to Las Vegas, where he uncovers an evil plot involving a rich business tycoon.

Kill Count 49

7
Others 42

Conquests 1

Tiffany Case

Alcohol Units 6

Box-Office Return 16.1

Budget 7.2
Worldwide Box-Office 116
(in million USD, unadjusted for inflation)

Titles by Maurice Binder

'Diamonds Are Forever'
by John Barry, Don Black
Performed by Shirley Bassey

La Bombe Surprise

Cake with an explosive filling: a domed shell covered in cake icing hiding a small explosive device with a timer.

Moon Buggy

While escaping from Willard Whyte’s Tectronics, Bond steals this moon buggy and drives it out into the desert.

Las Vegas, USA

  • Tokyo, Japan
  • Cairo, Egypt
  • MI6, London, UK
  • Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Las Vegas, USA
  • Los Angeles, USA
  • Oil Rig, Baja California, USA

James Bond (Agent 007)

Sean Connery

Ernst Stavro Blofeld (Number One)

Charles Gray

Mr. Kidd

Putter Smith

Mr. Wint

Bruce Glover

Tiffany Case

Jill St. John

Plenty O'Toole

Lana Wood

1971

Live and Let Die

  • 121 minutes
  • Guy Hamilton

James Bond is sent to New York to investigate the mysterious deaths of British agents. On his journey he meets a voodoo master and a tarot card reader.

Kill Count 15

8
Others 7

Conquests 3

Miss Caruso, Rosie Carver, Simone Latrelle

Alcohol Units 15.5

Box-Office Return 23.1

Budget 7
Worldwide Box-Office 161.8
(in million USD, unadjusted for inflation)

Titles by Maurice Binder

'Live and Let Die'
by Paul McCartney, Linda McCartney
Performed by Paul McCartney & Wings

Voodoo Figures

Found in the jungles of Dr. Kananga’s island, these voodoo scrarecrows contain surveillance cameras as well as shoot poison darts at unwanted guests.

Glastron GT-150 Boat

James Bond uses a Glastron GT150 speedboat in a thrilling chase through the Louisiana marches. The boat made a record-breaking 120ft jump.

Fillet of Soul, New York

  • New York City, USA
  • San Monique, Caribbean
  • Bond's home, London, UK
  • Green Grotto Caves, USA
  • New Orleans, Louisiana, USA

James Bond (Agent 007)

Roger Moore

Dr. Kananga (Mr. Big)

Yaphet Kotto

Tee Hee Johnson

Julius W. Harris

Simone Latrelle (Solitaire)

Jane Seymour

Rosie Carver (Mrs Bond)

Gloria Hendry

Sheriff J.W. Pepper

Clifton James

1973

The Man with the Golden Gun

  • 125 minutes
  • Guy Hamilton

James Bond is targeted by the world’s most expensive assassin, while he attempts to recover sensitive solar cell technology that is being sold to the highest bidder.

Kill Count 6

1
Others 5

Conquests 2

Andrea Anders, Mary Goodnight

Alcohol Units 11.5

Box-Office Return 13.9

Budget 7
Worldwide Box-Office 97.6
(in million USD, unadjusted for inflation)

Titles by Maurice Binder

'The Man with the Golden Gun'
by John Barry, Don Black
Performed by Lulu

Fake Nipple

Bond uses this as part of his disguise to appear to be Scaramanga who has a supernumerary mammary gland (a third nipple).

Airplane Car Attachment

A pair of wings, tail section, and a turbine jet that comes as an attachment to Scaramanga’s AMC Matador Coupe. Enables his vehicle to fly large distances.

Scaramanga's Lair

  • MI6, London, UK
  • Beirut, Lebanon
  • Macao, Macao
  • Hong Kong, Hong Kong
  • Bangkok, Thailand
  • Ko Tapu, Thailand

James Bond (Agent 007)

Roger Moore

Francisco Scaramanga

Christopher Lee

Nick Nack

Hervé Villechaize

Andrea Anders

Maud Adams

Mary Goodnight

Britt Ekland

Sheriff J.W. Pepper

Clifton James

1974

The Spy Who Loved Me

  • 125 minutes
  • Lewis Gilbert

James Bond investigates the hijacking of British and Russian submarines carrying nuclear warheads, with the help of a K.G.B. Agent, whose lover he killed.

Kill Count 147

31
Others 116

Conquests 3

Harem Tent Girl, Log Cabin Girl, Maj. Anya Amasova

Alcohol Units 7

Box-Office Return 13.2

Budget 14
Worldwide Box-Office 185.4
(in million USD, unadjusted for inflation)

Titles by Maurice Binder

'Nobody Does It Better'
by Marvin Hamlisch, Carole Bayer Sager
Performed by Carly Simon

Atlantis Sea Base

Stromberg’s main base of operations located off the coast of Sardinia, Italy. This gigantic sea base is capable of submersing and re-appearing above the surface of the water.

Lotus Esprit S1 Submarine

Wet Nellie is a custom-built Lotus Esprit S1 sports car that can convert into a submarine. It can launch a surface-to-air missile

Abu Simbel Temples, Egypt

  • Alps, Austria
  • KGB, Moscow, Russia
  • Royal Navy submarine pens, UK
  • Cairo, Egypt
  • Luxor, Egypt
  • River Nile, Egypt
  • Costa Smeralda, Sardinia, Italy

James Bond (Agent 007)

Roger Moore

Karl Stromberg (CEO Stromberg Shipping)

Curt Jurgens

General Anatol Gogol (Head of KGB)

Walter Gotell

Jaws

Richard Kiel

Maj. Anya Amasova (Agent Triple X)

Barbara Bach

Naomi

Caroline Munro

1977

Moonraker

  • 126 minutes
  • Lewis Gilbert

James Bond investigates the mid-air theft of a space shuttle, and discovers a plot to commit global genocide.

Kill Count 81

12
Others 69

Conquests 3

Corinne Dufour, Dr. Holly Goodhead, Manuela

Alcohol Units 7

Box-Office Return 6.78

Budget 31
Worldwide Box-Office 210
(in million USD, unadjusted for inflation)

Titles by Maurice Binder

'Moonraker'
by John Barry, Hal David
Performed by Shirley Bassey

Safe-cracking device (cigarette case)

X-ray safe cracking device that is concealed within a cigarette case.

Drax Space Station

The Moonraker Space Station was secretly built for Drax Industries as a space colony for his ‘master race’ which would repopulate Earth once its population was annihilated with a deadly nerve toxin.

Sugar Loaf, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

  • MI6, London, UK
  • Drax's Villa, California, USA
  • Venice, Italy
  • Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
  • Amazon, Brazil
  • Kremlin, Moscow, Russia
  • Drax's Space Station

James Bond (Agent 007)

Roger Moore

Hugo Drax

Michael Lonsdale

Jaws

Richard Kiel

Chang

Toshirô Suga

Dr. Holly Goodhead

Lois Chiles

Corinne Dufour

Corinne Cléry

1979

For Your Eyes Only

  • 127 minutes
  • John Glen

James Bond is assigned to find a missing British vessel, equipped with a weapons encryption device and prevent it from falling into enemy hands.

Kill Count 54

18
Others 36

Conquests 1

Melina Havelock

Alcohol Units 10.5

Box-Office Return 6.975

Budget 28
Worldwide Box-Office 195.3
(in million USD, unadjusted for inflation)

Titles by Maurice Binder

'For Your Eyes Only'
by Bill Conti, Mick Leeson
Performed by Sheena Easton

Identigraph

An early computer-like device to assemble an identikit of a person by selecting characteristics from a variety of features such as hair colour and style, nose shape, eyeglasses etc.

Citroën 2CV

It’s definitely not fast, but its unique shape allows it to survive tumbles, and its light weight allows it to be picked up by several people when it flips on its side.

St Cyril's Monastery, Greece

  • Stoke Pokes, Buckinghamshire, UK
  • MI6, London, UK
  • KGB, Moscow, Russia
  • Madrid, Spain
  • St Cyril's Meteora Monastery, Greece
  • Corfu, Greece
  • 10 Downing Street, London, UK

James Bond (Agent 007)

Roger Moore

Ernst Stavro Blofeld (Number One)

John Hollis

Aristotle Kristatos

Julian Glover

Melina Havelock

Carole Bouquet

Bibi Dahl

Lynn-Holly Johnson

Countess Lisl von Schlaf

Cassandra Harris

1981

Octopussy

  • 131 minutes
  • John Glen

A fake Fabergé egg, and a fellow Agent’s death, lead James Bond to uncover an international jewel-smuggling operation, headed by the mysterious Octopussy, being used to disguise a nuclear attack on N.A.T.O. forces.

Kill Count 58

15
Others 43

Conquests 2

Magda, Octopussy

Alcohol Units 14.5

Box-Office Return 6.818

Budget 27.5
Worldwide Box-Office 187.5
(in million USD, unadjusted for inflation)

Titles by Maurice Binder

'All Time High'
by John Barry, Tim Rice, Stephen Short
Performed by Rita Coolidge

Fake crocodile

A crocodile-shaped submersible used by Bond to enter Octopussy’s island.

Universal Exports Company Kart

While escaping would-be pursuers in India, Bond and Vijay escape on this “Universal Exports Company Kart,” capable of performing wheelies and possessing more speed than any normal rickshaw.

Octopussy International Circus Train

  • MI6, London, UK
  • Jag Mandir, India
  • Moscow, Russia
  • Hermitage Museum, St Petersburg, Russia
  • West Berlin, Germany
  • East Berlin, Germany

James Bond (Agent 007)

Roger Moore

General Orlov

Steven Berkoff

Kamal Khan

Louis Jourdan

Gobinda

Kabir Bedi

Octopussy

Maud Adams

Magda

Kristina Wayborn

1983

Never Say Never Again

  • 134 minutes
  • Irvin Kershner

A S.P.E.C.T.R.E. Agent has stolen two American nuclear warheads, and James Bond must find their targets before they are detonated.

Kill Count 32

2
Others 30

Conquests 4

Bahamas Lady, Domino Petachi, Fatima Blush, Patricia Fearing

Alcohol Units 3

Box-Office Return 4.44

Budget 36
Worldwide Box-Office 160
(in million USD, unadjusted for inflation)

Titles by Micheline Roquebrune

'Never Say Never Again'
by Michel Legrand
Performed by Lani Hall

Iris Scanner

Biometric authentication process used to secure W-80 thermo nuclear warheads, which can be fooled by a corneal transplant.

Yamaha XJ650 Turbo

A motorbike built by Q Branch, complete with rocket launchers and a ‘futuristic’ fairing.

Bond's Villa

  • Riviera, France
  • Nassau, Bahamas
  • Fort Carré, Antibes, France
  • Almeria, Spain

James Bond (Agent 007)

Sean Connery

Ernst Stavro Blofeld (Number One)

Max Von Sydow

Maximilian Largo

Klaus Maria Brandauer

Domino Petachi

Kim Basinger

Fatima Blush (Number Twelve)

Barbara Carrera

Nigel Small-Fawcett

Rowan Atkinson

1983

A View To A Kill

  • 131 minutes
  • John Glen

The recovery of a microchip off the body of a fellow agent, leads James Bond to a mad industrialist who plans to create a worldwide microchip monopoly by destroying California’s Silicon Valley.

Kill Count 62

5
Others 57

Conquests 4

Kimberley Jones, May Day, Pola Ivanova, Stacey Sutton

Alcohol Units 14.5

Box-Office Return 5.08

Budget 30
Worldwide Box-Office 152.6
(in million USD, unadjusted for inflation)

Titles by Maurice Binder

'A View to a Kill'
by John Barry, Duran Duran
Performed by Duran Duran

Zorin Airship

Max Zorin’s private airship that he moors to the framework of the Golden Gate Bridge.

Iceberg Submarine

Bond escapes from Iceland in a submarine that camouflages as an iceberg.

Eiffel Tower, Paris, France

  • Siberia, Russia
  • MI6, London, UK
  • Ascot, UK
  • Eiffel Tower, Paris, France
  • Château de Chantilly, France
  • San Francisco, California, USA

James Bond (Agent 007)

Roger Moore

Max Zorin

Christopher Walken

Dr. Carl Mortner

Willoughby Gray

Stacey Sutton

Tanya Roberts

Pola Ivanova

Fiona Fullerton

May Day

Grace Jones

1985

The Living Daylights

  • 130 minutes
  • John Glen

James Bond is sent to investigate a KGB policy to kill all enemy spies and uncovers an arms deal that potentially has major global ramifications.

Kill Count 42

13
Others 29

Conquests 2

Kara Milovy, Linda

Alcohol Units 5.5

Box-Office Return 4.78

Budget 40
Worldwide Box-Office 191.2
(in million USD, unadjusted for inflation)

Titles by Maurice Binder

'The Living Daylights'
by John Barry, Pål Waaktaar
Performed by A-ha

Pipeline Escape Pod

A device used to clean and monitor gas pipelines. It has been refitted to contain a single passenger to travel through the pipeline system. General Koskov was placed inside it and smuggled into Austria.

Aston Martin V8 Vantage Volante

The first English supercar, modified by Q for winter weather: skis, spiked tyres, rocket propulsion, lasers in the hub caps, guided missile system and more. It’s one of the most gadgeted cars of the Bond films.

Upper Rock, Gibraltar

  • Upper Rock, Gibraltar
  • MI6, London, UK
  • Bladen Safe House, UK
  • Bratislava, Slovakia
  • Vienna, Austria
  • Tangier, Morocco
  • Soviet airbase, Afghanistan
  • Baluchistan, Pakistan

James Bond (Agent 007)

Timothy Dalton

General Georgi Koskov

Jeroen Krabbé

Brad Whitaker

Joe Don Baker

Necros

Andreas Wisniewski

Kara Milovy

Maryam d'Abo

General Leonid Pushkin (Head of the KGB)

John Rhys-Davies

1987

Licence to Kill

  • 133 minutes
  • John Glen

After capturing a drug lord, Felix Leiter is left for dead and his wife is murdered. James Bond goes rogue and seeks vengeance on those responsible, as he infiltrates an organisation posing as a hitman.

Kill Count 23

10
Others 13

Conquests 2

Lupe Lamora, Pam Bouvier

Alcohol Units 4

Box-Office Return 3.71

Budget 42
Worldwide Box-Office 156
(in million USD, unadjusted for inflation)

Titles by Maurice Binder

'Licence to Kill'
by Narada Michael Walden, Jeffrey Cohen, Walter Afanasieff
Performed by Gladys Knight

Signature Camera Gun

A camera that when put together becomes a sniper rifle. It can be programmed to fire only if the handprint matches the one set in its memory.

Tanker Truck (Kenworth)

Bond and Sanchez battle it out in tanker trucks over a stretch of highway known as the Rumarosa Pass in Mexicali.

Olimpatec Meditation Institute

  • Key West, Florida, USA
  • Bimini Islands, Bahamas
  • Cray Key, Bahamas
  • MI6, London, UK
  • Isthmus City, Republic of Isthmus
  • Olimpatec Meditation Institute, Isthmus

James Bond (Agent 007)

Timothy Dalton

Franz Sanchez

Robert Davi

Dario

Benicio del Toro

Prof. Joe Butcher

Wayne Newton

Pam Bouvier

Carey Lowell

Lupe Lamora

Talisa Soto

1989

GoldenEye

  • 130 minutes
  • Martin Campbell

Years after a friend and fellow 00 agent is killed on a joint mission, a secret space based weapons program known as “GoldenEye” is stolen. James Bond sets out to stop a Russian crime syndicate from using the weapon.

Kill Count 72

47
Others 25

Conquests 2

Caroline, Natalya Simonova

Alcohol Units 8

Box-Office Return 5.905

Budget 60
Worldwide Box-Office 356
(in million USD, unadjusted for inflation)

Titles by Daniel Kleinman

'GoldenEye'
by Bono, The Edge
Performed by Tina Turner

Wheelchair and leg cast missile

Tested by Q Branch, this gadget was made to look like someone had broken their leg, when in fact, the leg hid a missile, which could be fired from the seated position.

T-55 Tank

Bond steals a Russian tank and uses it to chase Ourumov through the streets of St. Petersburg. During the chase, Bond destroys numerous buildings and cars before taking a moment to admire his handiwork and fix his tie.

GoldenEye, Cuba

  • Arkangelsk chemical weapons facility, Russia
  • Monte Carlo, Monaco
  • MI6, London, UK
  • Severnaya Satellite Control Station, Russia
  • Saint Petersburg, Russia
  • Florida Keys, USA
  • Satellite Dish, Cuba

James Bond (Agent 007)

Pierce Brosnan

Alec Trevelyan (Agent 006)

Sean Bean

General Arkady Grigorovich Ourumov

Gottfried John

Boris Grishenko

Alan Cumming

Natalya Simonova

Izabella Scorupco

Xenia Onatopp

Famke Janssen

1995

Tomorrow Never Dies

  • 119 minutes
  • Roger Spottiswoode

James Bond sets out to stop a media mogul’s plan to induce war between China and the U.K in order to obtain exclusive global media coverage.

Kill Count 54

30
Others 24

Conquests 3

Paris Carver, Prof. Inga Bergstrøm, Wai Lin

Alcohol Units 22

Box-Office Return 3.08

Budget 110
Worldwide Box-Office 340
(in million USD, unadjusted for inflation)

Titles by Daniel Kleinman

'Tomorrow Never Dies'
by Sheryl Crow, Mitchell Froom
Performed by Sheryl Crow

Bracelet Piton Grappling Hook

Bracelet developed by the Chinese People’s External Security Force which can fire a piton grappling hook for swift escape.

BMW 750iL

  • Remote controlled via phone
  • Bullet and sledgehammer proof
  • Electrocution bodywork
  • Gas emission wheel arches
  • Self-deflating and re-inflating tires
  • Wire cutter under the bonnet badge
  • Automated caltrops dispenser
  • Rooftop missile launcher with 12 missiles
  • Forward firing machine guns
  • GPS Tracking System

Terrorist Arms Bazaar, Russia

  • Terrorist Arms Bazaar, Russia
  • Oxford University, UK
  • Hamburg, Gerrmany
  • South China Sea, Vietnam
  • Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

James Bond (Agent 007)

Pierce Brosnan

Elliot Carver

Jonathan Pryce

Richard Stamper

Götz Otto

Henry Gupta

Ricky Jay

Wai Lin

Michelle Yeoh

Paris Carver

Teri Hatcher

1997

The World Is Not Enough

  • 128 minutes
  • Michael Apted

James Bond uncovers a nuclear plot while protecting an oil heiress from her former kidnapper, an international terrorist who can’t feel pain.

Kill Count 70

27
Others 43

Conquests 3

Dr. Christmas Jones, Dr. Molly Warmflash, Elektra Vavra King

Alcohol Units 12.5

Box-Office Return 2.67

Budget 135
Worldwide Box-Office 362
(in million USD, unadjusted for inflation)

Titles by Daniel Kleinman

'The World Is Not Enough'
by David Arnold, Don Black
Performed by Garbage

X-ray eyeglasses

Enables X-ray vision for checking for concealed weapons.

Q Boat

A water jet powered speed boat that Q describes as a Hydro Boat. This unfinished gadget can launch torpedoes and grenades.

MI6, London

  • Bilbao, Spain
  • MI6, London, UK
  • Eilean Donan, UK
  • Russian ICBM Base, Kazakhstan
  • Baku, Azerbaijan
  • Istanbul, Turkey

James Bond (Agent 007)

Pierce Brosnan

Elektra Vavra King

Sophie Marceau

Victor Zokas (Renard)

Robert Carlyle

Dr. Christmas Jones

Denise Richards

Giulietta da Vinci

Maria Grazia Cucinotta

R (Q's assistant)

John Cleese

1999

Die Another Day

  • 133 minutes
  • Lee Tamahori

James Bond is sent to investigate the connection between a North Korean terrorist and a diamond mogul, who is funding the development of an international space weapon.

Kill Count 51

31
Others 20

Conquests 2

Giacinta Johnson, Miranda Frost

Alcohol Units 5.5

Box-Office Return 3

Budget 142
Worldwide Box-Office 432
(in million USD, unadjusted for inflation)

Titles by Daniel Kleinman

'Die Another Day'
by Madonna, Mirwais Ahmadzaï
Performed by Madonna

Graves Icarus Suit

Graves has a suit designed that can communicate with the Icarus satellite in addition to pulsating with 100,000 volts of electricity.

Aston Martin Vanquish V12

Can become practically invisible at the push of a button. Comes with a passenger ejector seat, retractable spikes, reinforced chassis, radial thermal imaging, 2 shotguns, 2 machine guns and 4 missiles. Remote controlled from Bond’s keyring.

Ice Palace, Iceland

  • DMZ, North Korea
  • US Air Base, South Korea
  • Hong Kong, Hong Kong
  • Havana, Cuba
  • MI6, London, UK
  • Ice Palace, Iceland

James Bond (Agent 007)

Pierce Brosnan

Colonel Moon

Will Yun Lee

Zao

Rick Yune

Gustav Graves

Toby Stephens

Giacinta Johnson (Jinx)

Halle Berry

Miranda Frost

Rosamund Pike

2002

Casino Royale

  • 144 minutes
  • Martin Campbell

After earning 00 status and a licence to kill, Secret Agent James Bond sets out on his first mission as 007. Bond must defeat a private banker funding terrorists in a high-stakes game of poker at Casino Royale, Montenegro.

Kill Count 22

11
Others 11

Conquests 1

Vesper Lynd

Alcohol Units 26

Box-Office Return 4.1

Budget 150
Worldwide Box-Office 616
(in million USD, unadjusted for inflation)

Titles by Daniel Kleinman

'You Know My Name'
by David Arnold, Chris Cornell
Performed by Chris Cornell

Explosive Keychain

Originally used in the attempt to destroy a commercial airliner in Miami. The detonator for the explosive is concealed in a cell phone.

Aston Martin DBS V12

The car has a field medical kit including a defibrillator stowed away under the passenger-side dashboard, a weapon compartment for a spare gun, and a reinforced chassis. Windscreens are bullet-proof.

Mr White's Estate, Lake Como, Italy

  • Prague, Czech Republic
  • Lahore, Pakistan
  • Mbale, Uganda
  • Nambutu Embassy, Madagascar
  • Nassau, Bahamas
  • MI6, London, UK
  • Miami, Florida, USA
  • Casino Royale, Montenegro
  • Venice, Italy
  • Lake Como, Italy

James Bond (Agent 007)

Daniel Craig

Le Chiffre

Mads Mikkelsen

Friedrich König (Mr. White)

Jesper Christensen

Vesper Lynd

Eva Green

Solange Dimitrios

Caterina Murino

Valenka

Ivana Miličević

2006

Quantum of Solace

  • 106 minutes
  • Marc Forster

James Bond descends into mystery as he tries to stop a mysterious organisation from eliminating a country’s most valuable resource.

Kill Count 31

16
Others 15

Conquests 1

Strawberry Fields

Alcohol Units 18

Box-Office Return 2.985

Budget 200
Worldwide Box-Office 589
(in million USD, unadjusted for inflation)

Titles by Ben Radatz

'Another Way to Die'
by Jack White
Performed by Jack White, Alicia Keys

Sony Ericsson C902

A modified cell phone with built-in identification imager, capable of compiling a composite facial image of a potential suspect even when the person being photographed is looking to the side. It is tied into the MI6 data mainframe.

Aston Martin DBS (2008)

Bond receives the car in Montenegro and wrecks it in a spectacular way after a short chase.

Dominic Greene's Hideout, Bolivia

  • Siena, Italy
  • Talamone, Italy
  • MI6, London, UK
  • Port-au-Prince, Haiti
  • Bregenz, Austria
  • La Paz, Bolivia
  • Kazan, Turkey

James Bond (Agent 007)

Daniel Craig

Dominic Greene

Mathieu Amalric

Friedrich König (Mr. White)

Jesper Christensen

Camille Montes

Olga Kurylenko

Strawberry Fields

Gemma Arterton

Felix Leiter

Jeffrey Wright

2008

Skyfall

  • 143 minutes
  • Sam Mendes

James Bond’s loyalty to M is tested when her past comes back to haunt her. When MI6 comes under attack, 007 must track down and destroy the threat, no matter how personal the cost.

Kill Count 40

17
Others 23

Conquests 2

Bond's lover, Séverine

Alcohol Units 16

Box-Office Return 5.55

Budget 200
Worldwide Box-Office 1110
(in million USD, unadjusted for inflation)

Titles by Daniel Kleinman

'Skyfall'
by Adele, Paul Epworth
Performed by Adele

Walther PPK/S

A modified Walther PPK/S 9mm short with a palm-scanner built into the grip. Bond is the only one who can shoot it.

Honda CRF250R

James Bond chases Patrice in Istanbul, crashing through the Grand Bazaar and over the city’s rooftops.

Skyfall Lodge, Scotland, UK

  • Istanbul, Turkey
  • Aegean Coast, Turkey
  • MI6, London, UK
  • Shanghai, China
  • Macau, Macau
  • Hashima Island, Japan
  • Skyfall Estate, UK

James Bond (Agent 007)

Daniel Craig

Tiago Raoul Silva

Javier Bardem

Patrice

Ola Rapace

Eve Moneypenny (Agent Eve)

Naomie Harris

Séverine

Bérénice Marlohe

M (Head of MI6)

Judi Dench

2012

Spectre

  • 148 minutes
  • Sam Mendes

A cryptic message from James Bond’s past sends him on a trail to uncover the existence of a sinister organisation named SPECTRE. With a new threat dawning, Bond learns the terrible truth about the author of all his pain in his most recent missions.

Kill Count 235

25
Others 210

Conquests 2

Dr Madeleine Swann, Lucia Sciarra

Alcohol Units 20

Box-Office Return 3.67

Budget 240
Worldwide Box-Office 881
(in million USD, unadjusted for inflation)

Titles by Daniel Kleinman

'Writing's on the Wall'
by Sam Smith, Jimmy Napes
Performed by Sam Smith

Omega Seamaster 300 (Spectre)

Wristwatch with two-tone NATO strap. Built-in explosive charge with a one-minute timer, magnetic-resistant up to 15,000 Gauss.

Aston Martin DB10

Built for agent 009 and ‘borrowed’ by Bond. Some gadgets are not functional (no ammunition) or useless (tacky ambience playlist), but the exhaust flame thrower and ejector seat with parachute prove handy.

Tirol, Austria

  • Mexico City, Mexico
  • London, UK
  • St Peter's Square, Vatican City
  • Rome, Italy
  • Altaussee, Austria
  • Tangier, Morocco

James Bond (Agent 007)

Daniel Craig

Ernst Stavro Blofeld (Number One)

Christoph Waltz

Friedrich König (Mr. White)

Jesper Christensen

Dr Madeleine Swann

Léa Seydoux

Lucia Sciarra

Monica Bellucci

M (Head of MI6)

Ralph Fiennes

2015

No Time to Die

  • 163 minutes
  • Cary Joji Fukunaga

Five years after the capture of Ernst Stavro Blofeld, James Bond has left active service. He is approached by his friend and CIA officer Felix Leiter, who enlists his help in the search for abducted scientist Valdo Obruchev.

James Bond (Agent 007)

Daniel Craig

Ernst Stavro Blofeld (Number One)

Christoph Waltz

Safin

Rami Malek

Dr Madeleine Swann

Léa Seydoux

Nomi

Lashana Lynch

Eve Moneypenny (Agent Eve)

Naomie Harris

2020