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Memorable Quotes Dr No: Honey: ”What are you doing here? Looking for shells?” Bond: ”No, I’m just looking

15 Feb

Memorable Quotes
Honey: ”What are you doing here?
Looking for shells?”
Bond: ”No, I’m just looking


Dr No beach Jamaica Ursula Andress 1962, from James Bond 007 Museum Sweden Nybro

26 Jan
dr no beach jamaica ursula andress

dr no beach jamaica ursula andress

Honey Ryder (Ursula Andress) Dr No 1962.

Honey Ryder (Ursula Andress) Dr No 1962

Honey Ryder (Ursula Andress) Dr No 1962


Dr No beach Jamaica Ursula Andress 1962, from James Bond 007 Museum Sweden Nybro.

Dunn’s River Falls is a famous waterfall near Ocho Rios, Jamaica and a major Caribbean tourist attraction that receives thousands of visitors each year.




Ursula Andress in bikini beats Daniel Craig in trunks

20 Feb


Top of the list comes 007’s silver Aston Martin DB5‚ bristling with gadgetry

LONDON: They are the quintessential moments that make James Bond such a very special agent.
Fans of the 007 movies all treasure their own favourite memories that encapsulate their hero, whether it’s Little Nellie, Bond’s one-man autogyro from You Only Live Twice, or our suave spy dressed to kill in his dinner suit, reported the Daily Mail on Monday.
And now, to mark 50 years of the film franchise, a survey of movie-goers has revealed their 50 essential Bond memories.

Top of the list comes 007’s silver Aston Martin DB5, bristling with gadgetry, followed by Goldfinger’s manservant Oddjob’s metal-rimmed bowler hat that decapitated his enemies, and then the indelible fact our Lothario prefers his martinis ‘shaken, not stirred’.
Maybe surprisingly, Ursula Andress – dressed in a skimpy white bikini as Honey Ryder in the first Bond movie, Dr No – comes in at a rather lowly 22, but she is still 23 places above hunky Daniel
Several of the movie moments chosen by fans are staples of the 007 films and include the opening title sequence featuring the hero aiming along the barrel of a gun.
But other essential memories have made no more than a single appearance during the past half century.Goldfinger, which starred Sean Connery in 1964, and Live And Let Die with Roger Moore in 1973 both have five unique entries in the list of Bond magic.
Connery’s jetpack from Thunderball in 1965 and the incredible flying speedboat in Live And Let Die were also in the top five.
And who can forget the metal teeth of Jaws, Bond’s towering foe played by Richard Kiel in 1977’s The Spy Who Loved Me and Moonraker in 1979?
Or the gold-painted corpse of Bond girl Jill Masterson, played by English actress Shirley Eaton, as chilling now as it was when Goldfinger premiered?
Bond villains are as iconic as the secret agent himself and many of the moments chosen by fans are inspired by them.
Criminal genius Ernst Blofeld, who appeared in six of the 007 adventures, was never more sinister than when caressing his white cat, while double agent Rosa Klebb is remembered in From Russia With Love thanks to the knife which shoots out from her shoe.
The survey of 1,000 fans was carried out by insurance firm esure. The company’s Nikki Sellers said: ‘Bond is famous for the actors who play him, the villains and, of course, the girls.
‘We wanted to also celebrate the non-human stars of the films, such as the amazing cars, the wonderful inventions and the style icons.’
Michael G. Wilson, co- producer of the Bond film franchise, said: ‘I couldn’t choose an absolute favourite because there are so many.
‘But the opening sequence from The Spy Who Loved Me, when Bond leaps from Mount Asgard in Canada with a Union Jack parachute, is probably my favourite stunt.’
Don Black, the Oscar-winning lyricist who co-wrote the Bond themes Diamonds Are Forever and The Man With The Golden Gun, said: ‘I’ve always had a soft spot for that car that takes to the water. It’s something that I always think about when I’m stuck on Hammersmith Bridge.’