50 years of James Bond in trailers

Neela Debnath

James Bond turns 50 this year after making his big screen debut in 1962’s Dr No. Who would have thought that the fictional British spy would become an enduring national treasure? Bond is an iconic figure, from the gadgets and the women to the cars and the catchphrases, the spy has become entrenched in cinema history. The character has been reinvented through the generations for a new audience each time with success.

To mark 50 years of Bond, here are the trailers for all the Bond films to date:

Skyfall (2012):

Quantum of Solace (2008):

Casino Royale (2006):

Die Another Day (2002):

The World Is Not Enough (1999):

Tomorrow Never Dies (1997):

GoldenEye (1995):

Licence to Kill (1989):

The Living Daylights (1987):

A View to a Kill (1985):

Octopussy (1983):

For Your Eyes Only (1981):

Moonraker (1979):

The Spy Who Loved Me (1977):

The Man with the Golden Gun (1974):

Live and Let Die (1973):

Diamonds Are Forever (1971):

On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969):

You Only Live Twice (1967):

Thunderball (1965):

Goldfinger (1964):

From Russia with Love (1963):

Dr No trailer (1962):

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  • James Bond

    Simply shaken & stirred by this masterpiece! M directs it to be tweeted and I have to follow her orders :) … … … most of the time

  • Bluebellknoll

    I’m disappointed. I thought this would be about Bond’s caravanning experiences.

  • Jay Tanna


    Where do I buy a complete set of DVDs for my collection. I like to
    watch James Bond films at night when I can’t sleep. I have got a
    terrible sleeping problem so I it might be the best time to catch up on
    James Bond.


  • Nite Robin

    Never Say Never Again?
    Casino Royale starring David Niven?

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