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Books In the James Bond novels he drinks a total of 317 drinks. His favourite drink is a straight whiskey (101 total) He has 30 glasses of champagne, and in "You Only Live …Twice" he has 35 sakes. The Vodka Martini tallies up a measly 19 totals. Only slightly over the gin martinis- 16. Movies In the movies, his signature drink is the "vodka martini, shaken, not stirred", but in the 2006 relaunch starring Daniel Craig ("Casino Royale" II), Bond first defines the drink (a "Vesper") then notably dismisses this as pretentious ("Do I look like I give a damn?").
Ernst Stavro Blofeld, Elliot Carver, Hugo Drax, Goldfinger, Gustav Graves / Colonel Moon, Dr. Kananaga, Le Chiffre, Emilio Largo, Dr. No, General Orlov, Renard, Franz Sanchez,… Karl Stromberg, Francisco Scaramanga, Alec Trevelyan, Mr Wint & Mr Kidd, Max Zorin, and Dominic Greene.
By novel: "Le Chiffre" "Mr. Big" "Hugo Drax" Jack Spang SMERSH Doctor Julius No Auric Goldfinger Emilio Largo Ernst Stravo Blofeld Francisco Scramanga
I don't believe that the 'Martini, shaken; not stirred' has another name but if it does; it's probably Lancaster. A vodka martini, shaken not stirred, is referred to as a 'B…radford' which is also the name of a city in the north of England.
His real name is James Bond
Commander Sir James Bond, KCMG, RNVR The KCMG indicates that he is a Knight Commander of the Order of St. Michael and St. George, while the RNVR indicates that he is a membe…r of the Royal Navy Reserve.
Er, James Bond?
he was an orphan and mi6 took him in for training
In the James Bond novel The Man with the Golden Gun, by Ian Fleming, is is revealed that James Bond's superior, M's, real name is Admiral Sir Miles Messervy KCMG.
Jam es Bond has done hundreds of dangerous stunts. . Car crashes . Cars rolling over . Running through fire . Jumping away from explosions . Falling from cliffs . Jumpi…ng from planes . Wave surfing through storms . And so on .