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  • ...Fleming]]. Despite Fleming's death in 1964, publication and reprinting of James Bond stories continued. Various other authors have written Bond stories. ..., [[Timothy Dalton]], [[Pierce Brosnan]] and [[Daniel Craig]].<ref>See ''[[James Bond/Filmography|filmography]]'' for a full list.</ref>
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  • The next film with Daniel Craig as James Bond is already scheduled: Other licensed, but unofficial (i.e. non-Eon) James Bond productions in film and radio were:
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  • * [[James Bond]], a fictional character developed by [[Ian Fleming]]
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  • #REDIRECT [[James Bond]]
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  • The next film with Daniel Craig as James Bond is already scheduled: Other licensed, but unofficial (i.e. non-Eon) James Bond productions in film and radio were:
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  • ...Fleming]]. Despite Fleming's death in 1964, publication and reprinting of James Bond stories continued. Various other authors have written Bond stories. ..., [[Timothy Dalton]], [[Pierce Brosnan]] and [[Daniel Craig]].<ref>See ''[[James Bond/Filmography|filmography]]'' for a full list.</ref>
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  • British writer of thrillers best known for continuing the [[James Bond]] series originally created by [[Ian Fleming]].
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  • ...director|directed]] by [[Terrance Young]], it starred [[Sean Connery]] as James Bond, with [[Ursula Andress]] as principal '[[Bond girls|Bond girl]]' Honey Ryde
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  • The first film in the James Bond series, released in 1962
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  • ...various police officers. He was, however, best known for continuing the [[James Bond]] series originally created by [[Ian Fleming]]. Between 1981 and 1996, Gar
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  • Auto-populated based on [[Special:WhatLinksHere/James Bond]]. Needs checking by a human.
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  • *The Politics of James Bond (Praeger, 2001)
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  • {{r|James Bond}}
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  • ...'s Johnny Fedora a much more persuasive violent, sexy and lucky agent than James Bond."—Prof. Marcia Songer, taken from her white paper on the "Evolution of De
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  • In 1987, a-ha recorded the theme song for the [[James Bond]] movie ''The Living Daylights''.
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  • Vodka is a key ingredient for a wide range of [[cocktail]]s, including [[James Bond]]'s famous vodka [[martini]] served "shaken, not stirred". See: [[Catalog
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