James Bond » Džejms Bond | 35 ing gun-barrel sequence, John Barry’s iconic theme, exotic locations, the way Bond says his name and his drink of choice - are established here. From Russia With Love (1963) The second Bond film was a true Cold War story. Much of the movie is set in Istanbul, but there’s also a ride aboard the Orient Express to Belgrade, before it all ends in Venice with a Bond victory. From Russia With Love introduced Q (Desmond Llewellyn) and his gadgets, as well as the use of a titular song, sung for this instalment by Matt Monro. Goldfinger (1964) The first two films established the James Bond franchise, but the third defined it. The film debuted the souped-up Aston Martin - and other gadgets that Bond would rely on with greater frequency in subsequent instalments - and evil henchman. More important was the addition of a heady Bond je osvojio mnoge lepotice, a prva je bila očaravajuća Ursula Anders Bond won over many beauties, the first of which was the enchanting Ursula Andress His acting career spanned seven decades and he won an Oscar in 1988 for his role in The Untouchables. He was also knighted by the Queen in 2000 Njegova glumačka karijera trajala je sedamdecenija, osvojio je Oskara 1988. za ulogu u filmu Nesalomivi , a kraljica ga je 2000. proglasila vitezom dose of self-knowing humour, like Bond stopping a bomb with 007 seconds remaining on the clock. Thunderball (1965) The SPECTRE organisation returned forThunderball, stealing a pair of atomic bombs owned by NATO and threatening to blow up a major city if they didn’t receive millions in diamonds. Over the course of the next seven days, Bond goes to the Bahamas, meets the operative who devised the plot (Emilio Largo), finds bombs aboard his ship, saves the world and escapes with Largo’s mistress. You Only Live Twice (1967) The meaning of You Only Live Twice is explained early on: 007 fakes his death so he can more easily investigate the hijacking of a U.S. spaceship. Bond travels to Japan, where he infiltrates SPECTRE’s base inside a volcano and finally comes face-to-face with the organisation’s leader, Ernst Stavro Blofeld. Diamonds Are Forever (1971) In Diamonds Are Forever Bond is sent undercover to stop a diamond-smuggling ring. His travels take him to Las Vegas, and it all ends up with Bond, as always, saving the day and getting the girl. Never Say Never Again (1983) Connery, now 53, played the superspy one last time. The film is essentially a different take on the 1965 Thunderball film, with SPECTRE again stealing some nuclear weapons. But there’s amodern twist, including a video-game face-off between Bond and villain Largo. Kim Basinger snagged her first major film role as Domino, Largo’s mistress who winds up with 007 by the end.