James Bond

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British secret operative 007 in novels by Ian Fleming

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When Daniel Craig states at the very end of the film, "I'm Bond, James Bond," Casino Royale concludes an argument found in the first films of remixed franchises.
The name's Bond, James Bond" - depending on your age and temperament you may hear the sentence in a velvety voice with a Scottish accent or imagine a raised eyebrow and a sardonic tone or hear it in its steelier, icy modern-day incarnation.
The bowling line-up has been weakened by the unavailability of Shane Bond, James Franklin and Mark Gillespie, but the selectors have shown faith in Vettori, Chris Martin, Kyle Mills and either Michael Mason or Iain O'Brien.
In other words, from a very young age, Bond, James Bond, was something of a role model, someone I wished I could be like.
It isn't until the dying moments of Casino Royale that Daniel Craig - cruelly labelled Blond Bond - gets to utter the immortal line "The name's Bond, James Bond", and becomes only the sixth actor to don the tuxedo of the iconic MI6 secret agent on the big screen.
IT isn't until the dying moments of Casino Royale that Daniel Craig - cruelly labelled Blond Bond - gets to utter the immortal line: "The name's Bond, James Bond", and becomes only the sixth actor to don the tuxedo of the iconic MI6 secret agent on the big screen.
I could hardly say anything at first but then my friend started talking and told Pierce how much he loved his trademark intro, 'Name's Bond, James Bond'.
The first M to head the British Secret Service (``Moulin Rouge's'' Richard Roxburgh) naturally calls for Bond, James Bo- .
Fannie Lou Hamer, Julian Bond, James Farmer, and Bob Moses, as well as many unsung heroes whose praise he sings.
I'm a firm member of Feminists United but no one wants to see a Bond, James Bond adventure where he faces a dastardly therapist to discuss his commitment issues, requests that Miss Moneypenny taps him PS19.
And just to hear him speak those immortal lines, "The name is Bond, James Bond," was reason enough to have made the trip to see him.
But they would have all been unmistakably Bond, James Bond, a British icon as enduring as the Royal Family and the Rolling Stones.
Despite being the newest Bond, he even gets to deliver the key catchphrase "The name's Bond, James Bond", that, for many, is so closely associated with the 'Dr No' star.
SOUNDS like Ronnie Wood's current bit of skirt ana araujo is setting her sights on Bond, James Bond.