It's 50 years since James Bond first hit the screens with Sean Connery, since then we have had many bonds..all with their unique style.
Here is a drawing i did a few years back as a tribute to one of the best known spies in Movie History.
I felt the whole thing went downhill when Connery departed. However, "Casino Royale" with Daniel Craig finally brought this tired old franchise back to life. That guy is more Bond than even Connery! Fantastic film.
Yes, Goldfinger! An excellent date movie. I was too young to date, but I had the soundtrack, a silver-gray model Aston-Martin DB5 with ejection seat and an Oddjob metal-brimmed hat. And I learned that painting women gold, which seemed like a great idea, would kill them. Oday otnay aintpay omenway oldgay. Favorite moment: "Do you expect me to talk, Goldfinger?" "No, Mr. Bond, I expect you to die!"
I knew my Bond stuff forward and backward in those days.
Looks like Goldfinger is in the lead then, thought it might be..such a cool film...i must admit Sean is still the man when it comes to Bond...i have always been a fan of Pierce Brosnan and i think he did a good job at the time although i'm impressed with the way Daniel Craig has handled the role. Patricia i agree with the portrayal of women in those films..i think they have had a few stronger women since...so hopefully that portrayal is improving. Wonder what the new movie will be like.