Rounding up some of the most iconic moments from throughout 007's career
In dogged pursuit of an adversary in Istanbul, Bond leaps into a passenger train then takes a moment to casually adjust his cuffs. Matchlessly cool.
Face unseen, Ernst Stavro Blofeld is depicted sitting at his desk, stroking a white Turkish Angora cat in a moment that has become shorthand for campy, cinematic evil.
007 had been away for six years, the Berlin Wall had fallen and there was a danger Bond was a relic. Then he found another wall: a 720ft high dam to jump off.
James Bond introduces himself to a worldwide audience for the first time with three iconic words. 007's most legendary quip, bar none.
Bond discovers Jill Masterson, the employee of Auric Goldfinger who he "turned", has been murdered in retaliation at the betrayal. The franchise's most iconic death.
This sly callback to Ursula Andress' entrance in Dr. No showed a new, buff Bond who proved to everyone that Craig looked more than at home in the role.
Goldfinger has Bond at his mercy, spread-eagled before a laser beam that's pointing at his junk. The twist? This isn't a interrogation; Goldfinger expects Bond to die.
Driving away from their wedding, Bond and Tracy's honeymoon is short-lived as she is shot dead by SPECTRE agent Irma Bunt. It's the series' most daring ending.The Film: On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969)
Repeated in every official Bond movie, this is the most recognizable movie ident ever created for a single franchise.
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