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Dr No (1962)

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Original Title : Dr. No
Director : Terence Young
Writer : Ian Fleming
Richard Maibaum
Johanna Harwood
Berkely Mather
Terence Young
Genre : Action
Adventure/Thriller
Country : UK
Language : English + Comment
Producer : Albert R. Broccoli , Harry Saltzman
Music : Monty Norman
John Barry
Photography : Ted Moore
Distributor : United Artists Corporation
IMDB ID : 0055928
Official site : http://www.mgm.com/title_title.do?title_star=DRNO
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Starring

Sean Connery James Bond
Ursula Andress Honey Ryder
Joseph Wiseman Dr. No
Jack Lord Felix Leiter
Bernard Lee M
Anthony Dawson Professor Dent
Zena Marshall Miss Taro
John Kitzmiller Quarrel (as John Kitzmuller
Eunice Gayson Sylvia Trench
Lois Maxwell Miss Moneypenny
Peter Burton Major Boothroyd
Yvonne Shima Sister Lily
Michel Mok Sister Rose
Marguerite LeWars Photographer (as Margaret Le Wars and Marguerite Lewars
William Foster-Davis Superintendent (as Wm. Foster-Davis also
Dolores Keator Mary
Reggie Carter Jones
Louis Blaazer Pleydell-Smith
Colonel Burton General Potter
Anthony Chinn Decontamination Technician (uncredited
Eric Coverley Three Blind Mice Assassin (uncredited
Margaret Ellery Stewardess (uncredited
John Hatton Radio Operator (uncredited
Bettina Le Beau Professor Dent's Secretary (uncredited
Byron Lee Singer at Puss Feller's (uncredited
Henry Lopez Three Blind Mice Assassin (uncredited
Stanley Morgan Concierge in Casino (uncredited
Tim Moxon John Strangways (uncredited
Malou Pantera Hotel Receptionist (uncredited
Lester Prendergast Puss Feller (uncredited
Milton Reid Dr. No's Guard (uncredited
Robert Rietty John Strangways (voice
Maxwell Shaw Communications Foreman (uncredited
Bob Simmons James Bond in Gunbarrel Sequence (uncredited
Nikki Van der Zyl Honey (voice
 

Plot

Bond's mission takes him to the steamy island of Jamaica, where mysterious energy waves are interfering with U.S. missile launches. As he unravels the astonishing truth, 007 must fight deadly assassins, sexy femme fatales and even a poisonous tarantula. With the help of crack CIA agent Felix Leiter and the beautiful Honey Ryder, he searches for the headquarters of Dr. No, a fanatical scientist who is implementing an evil plan of world domination. Only James Bond, with his combination of wit, charm and skill, can confront the madman and save the human race from a horrible fate.
 

Comments

THE LEGEND IS BORN..., 10 April 2004 Author: Matija from Ljubljana, Slovenija Ahhh...let's go back to the year 1962. What was going on than? Well, Marilyn Monroe was found dead in her L.A. home, the Cuba crisis, racial integration in U.S. and yes, the first 007 was released in London. The legend was born.They launch into the orbit until till than fairly unknown actor, and they hit the jackpot. Stalwart, confident, cool under pressure and witty. Sean Connery was all that and more. Beside him, was gorgeous and talented Honey Ryder (26-years old Ursula Andress) as the main "love bird" beside Sylvia Trench (Eunice Gayson) and villain Miss Taro (Zena Marshall). And as always trusty allies from Q (this time played by Peter Burton and only appeared for 10 seconds) to CIA and of course M. Thus, we can't forget his Jamaican friends Puss-Feller and Quarrel (a nice play from John Kitzmiller). On the other hand we have interesting villains in this one. Though we have seen toughest and better opponents in other Bond movies, Dr. No have some class and helpful friends such as "funny" three blind assassins and Professor Dent (great scene by the way in the cabin).So, is the first also the best in series? No, but it definitively ranks in top 5 Bond movies ever. It got best Bond actor (Sean Connery), great woman (Ursulla Andres) though we have seen better chemistry, superb jazzy score by Monty Norman with nice Jamaica sounds, witty bond humor ("i think that they were on the way to a funeral" or "make sure that he doesn't escape"), dreamy locations (Jamaica) and the component director who made the timeless classic. For this reasons, although not the best in the series, it still deserves a highest possible rate10 out of 10.
 
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