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Everything or Nothing: The Untold Story of 007 (5-Oct-2012)

Director: Stevan Riley

Writers: Peter Ettedgui; Stevan Riley

Keywords: Documentary, Filmmaking, James Bond

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Maud Adams
Actor
12-Feb-1945   Octopussy
John Barry
Composer
3-Nov-1933 30-Jan-2011 Film composer, James Bond, Out of Africa
Shirley Bassey
Singer
8-Jan-1937   Goldfinger
Albert R. Broccoli
Film/TV Producer
5-Apr-1909 27-Jun-1996 Producer of James Bond films
Pierce Brosnan
Actor
16-May-1951   Remington Steele, James Bond
Bill Clinton
Head of State
19-Aug-1946   42nd US President, 1993-2001
Sean Connery
Actor
25-Aug-1930   James Bond
Daniel Craig
Actor
2-Mar-1968   The current James Bond
Timothy Dalton
Actor
21-Mar-1944   Played James Bond briefly
Robert Davi
Actor
26-Jun-1954   Agent Malone on Profiler
Judi Dench
Actor
9-Dec-1934   Mrs. Brown
Ian Fleming
Novelist
28-May-1908 12-Aug-1964 Author of the James Bond series
Judy Geeson
Actor
10-Sep-1948   Maggie Conway in Mad About You
Lewis Gilbert
Film Director
6-Mar-1920   The Spy Who Loved Me
Famke Janssen
Actor
5-Nov-1965   X-Men, Bond Girl
George Lazenby
Actor
5-Sep-1939   On Her Majesty's Secret Service
Christopher Lee
Actor
27-May-1922 7-Jun-2015 The Face of Fu Manchu
Sam Mendes
Film Director
1-Aug-1965   American Beauty
Roger Moore
Actor
14-Oct-1927   James Bond after Sean Connery
Mike Myers
Comic
25-May-1963   Austin Powers
Rosamund Pike
Actor
27-Jan-1979   Die Another Day

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