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James Bond – 007 * Mini Biography

James BondJames Bond 007 is a fictional character created in 1953 by writer Ian Fleming, who featured him in twelve novels and two short story collections.[1] The character has also been used in the longest running and most financially successful English language film franchise to date, starting in 1962 with Dr. No.

The first to portray 007 was Sean Connery in Dr. No, released in 1962. Connery played the role in four further films before resigning. Australian actor George Lazenby was cast in On Her Majesty's Secret Service in 1969. However, Lazenby resigned, and Connery returned for the next film, Diamonds Are Forever, in 1971, and later in the non-EON produced Never Say Never Again in 1983, giving him the longest association with the role appearing in seven films over a 21-year period. 1973's Live and Let Die featured Roger Moore's debut as Bond. Moore also appeared in seven consecutive EON produced films between 1973 and 1985.

After Roger Moore's retirement, the role subsequently went to Timothy Dalton, who was contracted in 1986 for three films (with an option for a fourth) as James Bond. Dalton starred in The Living Daylights (1987) and Licence to Kill (1989), with the third film planned for 1991. However, legal ownership problems of the James Bond franchise delayed release until 1995, by which time Dalton had resigned. Persistent rumours state that Dalton's third film was going to be The Property of a Lady, but the story, treatment, and draft screenplays were called GoldenEye.

In 1994, Irish actor Pierce Brosnan was hired as James Bond. Brosnan's debut, GoldenEye (1995), was the franchise's highest grossing film at that date, and he starred in three more films. Brosnan is the only actor who did not star in a James Bond film titled after an Ian Fleming story and is the second actor not to have been from the United Kingdom, also the only actor who did not resign from the role.

The current actor to play the role is Daniel Craig, hired in 2005. Craig's debut in Casino Royale was successful both critically and commercially. Craig's performance was also the first in the series to earn a BAFTA nomination for Best Actor. The 22nd Bond film, Quantum of Solace, was released in 2008 and the 23rd is scheduled for 2010.

Read more about the stories of James Bond and the complete biography, courtesy of: James Bond - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Who Dated James Bond:
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Quotes from James Bond

The deadly one-liners unleashed by Bond are one reason why Bond movies are enjoyable. Listed below are the most famous of them.

James Bond: I think he got the point. (After shooting a bad guy with a spear gun in Thunderball)

James Bond: Shocking! Positively shocking! (After knocking a lamp into a bathtub to electrocute a goon)

Dr. No: That's a Dom Perignon '55, it would be a pity to break it.

James Bond: I prefer the '53 myself. (When Bond brandishes a bottle of champagne in self-defense in Dr.No)

Dr. Holly Goodhead: Hang on!

James Bond: The thought had occurred to me. (as they  dangle from a cable car a thousand feet above earth.)

James Bond: Play it again Sam & play it again Sam. (after he throws Chaa out of a stained glass window and into a piano in Moonraker)

James Bond: Oh the things I do for England. (About to make love to the evil Helga Brandt in You Only Live Twice)

James Bond: Miss Anders... I didn't recognize you with your clothes on. (from Moonraker)

Magda: He suggests a trade. The egg for your life.
James Bond: Well, I heard the price of eggs was up, but isn't that a little high?(from Octopussy)

(Gesturing to a crushed car)

Goldfinger: If you'll excuse me, Mr. Bond, I have to tend to separating my gold from the late Mr. Solo.

James Bond: As you said, a pressing engagement. (from Goldfinger)

Helga Brandt: I've got you now.

James Bond: Well enjoy yourself. (You Only Live Twice)

Tiffany Case: I'll finish dressing.

James Bond as Peter Franks: Oh please don't, not on my account. (after Tiffany Case opens the door almost nude in Diamonds are forever.)

James Bond: Well, I won't need these. (Bond shoves his oyster dinner aside after Kissy Suzuki says she will be sleeping elsewhere, from You Only Live Twice)

Honey Ryder: Are you looking for shells too?

James Bond: No, I'm just looking. (After Bond sees Ryder come out of the sea in a stunning bikini in Dr.No)

James Bond: Do you mind if my friend sits this one out? She's just dead. (Placing Fiona Volpe's  body in a chair after she is shot on the dance floor in Thunderball)

James Bond: I trust you can handle this contraption, Q?

Q: It goes by hot air.

James Bond: Oh, then you can.(Bond and Q are floating in a hot air balloon in Octopussy)

Hugo Drax: Why did you break up the encounter with my pet python?

James Bond: I discovered it had a crush on me. (from Moonraker)

Woman on Tour Boat: Are you with our group?

James Bond: No, ma'am, I'm with the economy tour! (After Bond is dragged from a river onto a tour boat in Octopussy)

James Bond: That's a nice little nothing you're almost wearing. (in Diamonds Are Forever)

M: Remember, 007, you're on your own.

James Bond: Well, thank you, sir. That's a great comfort. (in Octopussy)

Updated quotes: 21 Nov. 2002.

Q: Good to see you Mr. Bond. Things have been awfully dull around here. I hope we're going to see some gratuitous sex and violence.

James Bond: I certainly hope so too. (in Never Say Never Again)

You Only Live Twice

[Being bathed by Tanaka's women.]

Tiger Tanaka: You know what it is about you that fascinates them, don't you? It's the hair on your chest. All Japanese men have beautiful bare skin.

James Bond: Ancient Japanese proverb, "Bird never build nest in bare tree."

Tiger Tanaka: Rule number two: in Japan, men come first, women come second.

James Bond: I just might retire here.

Dr. Holly Goodhead: Oh, come on now Mr. Bond, a 70-year old can take 3 G's.

James Bond: Well, the trouble is there's never a 70-year old around when you need one. (in Moonraker)

Diamonds Are Forever

[To Tiffany as he is about to get into bed with her]

James Bond: Presumably I'm the condemned man and obviously you're the hearty breakfast.

Felix Leiter: I give up. I know the diamonds are in the body, but where?

James Bond: Alimentary, my dear Leiter...

Goon : The stiff, um, the deceased back there... Your brother, Mr. Franks?

James Bond (as Peter Franks) : Yes, it was.

Goon : I got a brother.

James Bond as Peter Franks: Small world.

Plenty O'Toole: Hi, I'm Plenty.

James Bond: But of course you are.

Plenty O'Toole: Plenty O'Toole.

James Bond: Named after your father perhaps?


James Bond Quotes courtesy of
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Cinema Credits

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Affectionately compared to a modern-day Don Juan, our own generation’s James Bond - 007, is one of the most colorful romantic figures we list.  His legendary exploits are only surpassed by our reflections to join him in his adventures of Love, Intrigue, and Whatever comes next for …  The World’s Greatest Lover!


 

We hope you’ve enjoyed Section 2 of The World’s Greatest Lovers.  Feel free to contact us with your own suggestions of more Great Lover’s to add to this site.  We will frequently place new additions to these pages with fun facts and interesting personalities.

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