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Outline of James Bond

The following outline is provided as an overview of and topical guide to James Bond:

James Bondfictional character created in 1953 by journalist and writer Ian Fleming, who featured him in twelve novels and two short story collections. The character has also been used in the long running and second most financially successful English language film series to date (behind Harry Potter). The series started in 1962 with Dr. No—with Sean Connery as Bond—and has continued most recently with the 2012 release of Skyfall, starring Daniel Craig as Bond.

Characters

Villains

Henchmen

Allies

Novels

Related works

Films

Gadgets, vehicles and equipment

Music

Games

James Bond's Benzedrine usage

James Bond is known to take Benzedrine in its various forms throughout the novels.[1][2]

Parodies, spin-offs and fandom

See also

References

  1. ^ Fleming, Ian (1954). Live and Let Die. London: Jonathan Cape. p. 191.  
  2. ^ Fleming, Ian (1962). The Spy Who Loved Me. London: Jonathan Cape. p. 111.  

External links

  • This outline displayed as a mindmap, at wikimindmap.com
  • Official James Bond website
  • Ian Fleming Publications website
  • Young Bond Official Website
  • Pinewood Studios Albert R. Broccoli 007 Stage website
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