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James Bond poll!

Favorite Bond?

  • David Niven

    Votes: 2 8.0%
  • Sean Connery

    Votes: 12 48.0%
  • George Lazenby

    Votes: 0 0.0%
  • Roger Moore

    Votes: 4 16.0%
  • Timothy Dalton

    Votes: 2 8.0%
  • Pierce Brosnan

    Votes: 2 8.0%
  • Daniel Craig

    Votes: 3 12.0%

  • Total voters
    25

Metalhead

Video game and movie addict.
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Simple. Who was your favorite James Bond? That is what this poll is all about here. This should get some interesting discussion going.
 

Crossbreed

Neur-D Missionary ☝️
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Dalton played the part.
Brosnan looked the part.
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From "Casino Royale," 1967;

Sir James: You better bring me up to date. Who is on what assignment?
Hadley: Well, it's not a very happy picture, sir.
Sir James: [Looking at a map] Why all the black flags there?
Hadley: They've been liquidated, I'm afraid, sir.
Our Finland, stabbed to death in a ladies sauna bath, sir.
Our Madrid, burned in a blazing bordello, sir.
And, Tokyo, sir, garroted in a geisha house.​
Sir James: It's depressing that the words "secret agent" have become synonymous with "sex maniac."
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Gerontius

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Dalton played the part.
Brosnan looked the part.

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full
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From "Casino Royale," 1967;

Sir James: You better bring me up to date. Who is on what assignment?
Hadley: Well, it's not a very happy picture, sir.
Sir James: [Looking at a map] Why all the black flags there?
Hadley: They've been liquidated, I'm afraid, sir.
Our Finland, stabbed to death in a ladies sauna bath, sir.
Our Madrid, burned in a blazing bordello, sir.
And, Tokyo, sir, garroted in a geisha house.​
Sir James: It's depressing that the words "secret agent" have become synonymous with "sex maniac."
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Interesting alliteration at play here. "Garroted...geisha house," "stabbed...sauna," and "burned...blazing bordello" then the sensual alliteration of the last line. "Secret agent...synonymous...with sex maniac"-- This is the stuff that writer dreams are made of. It's one thing to write something cool, but to have it sound cool too is impressive.
 

Raggamuffin

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I like that the 2 Dalton films felt gritty, especially when compared to previous Bonds. Of course the Daniel Craig films have also brought an edgier set of films - but Dalton was a childhood favourite that remains to this day.

Ed
 

Thinx

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He was great as Bond, but a flawed person. However he did clarify he believed violence towards women was 100% wrong, later in life. (2006).
 

Aspychata

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I like Roger Moore in the TV series *The Saint* so l liked him in Bond movies. Also like Sean Connery.

Interesting alliteration at play here. "Garroted...geisha house," "stabbed...sauna," and "burned...blazing bordello" then the sensual alliteration of the last line. "Secret agent...synonymous...with sex maniac"-- This is the stuff that writer dreams are made of. It's one thing to write something cool, but to have it sound cool too is impressive.


Cuban agent met octopussy on oxconytin in an opium den. Or something like that........

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Acapulco agent met octopussy on oxconytin in an opium den and suffered from obstruction of his body orifice. O'bject de horror, omg.
 
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SusanLR

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Sean Connery had that ultimate "look" for a James Bond of the earlier times when it first became
a hot series of movies.
Now I find Daniel Craig is perfect for my idea of a Bond 007. More modern and true to life believable.
Sky Fall is my favourite of all.

Last I saw of Sean, he was riding off into the sunset...
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RobZombiefan

Active Member
I'm part Scottish. So Sean Connery, for me the man set the standard to play James Bond and. In my opinion, Is the best actor to play the role, he is 007 in my mind the way Chris Reeve is Superman!
 

Ronald Zeeman

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I read all the books when I was a teenager, Only a couple were true to the books. Connery and Craig. To be truthful I still think the books were better than the movies. watched every movie.
 
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Aspergers_Aspie

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My favourite is Roger Moore, followed by Connery. A view to a kill is my favourite movie followed by live and let die. To be fair I haven't seen the most recent bond films though.
 

Ronald Zeeman

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The Bond from the book was a serious cold killer, sociopath, Roger Moore portrayed him too much as a personable friendly kind of guy. Having a picture of him in my minds eye, never could take Moore seriously.
 

Ronald Zeeman

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If I had to pick an actor not on the list whom could play Bond accurately, minus the accent, it would be Clint Eastwood. You can easily tell which actors who read the books. Moore and Brosnan just copied their TV series. Lazenby deserves at least one vote he did read the books and gave it a good shot, cannot keep every one happy.
 
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Crossbreed

Neur-D Missionary ☝️
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Interesting alliteration at play here. "Garroted...geisha house," "stabbed...sauna," and "burned...blazing bordello" then the sensual alliteration of the last line. "Secret agent...synonymous...with sex maniac"-- This is the stuff that writer dreams are made of. It's one thing to write something cool, but to have it sound cool too is impressive.
The Court Jester (1955)
"The pellet with the poison's in the vessel with the pestle..."
Danny Kaye
 

Ronald Zeeman

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Just watched the latest BOND film. Craig does an excellent job. interesting great film, lots of twists. Recommend reading the books do not let the suprise ending suprise you.
 

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