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What is James Bond's middle name?
There is no reliable evidence, or more importantly Ian Fleming never suggests, that James Bond has a middle name.
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James Bond was married at the end of the movie "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" 1969 Driving down the road leaving their wedding they stop , A car drives by filled with… Blofeld's followers, and shoots up the car killing his wife.
In the movies, James Bond seems to prefer Bollinger's, a fine champagne. The original vintages were 1975 (A View to a Kill) and the "RD" or La Grande Année (Goldeneye). In an… earlier appearance (Goldfinger), Bond ordered the more classic (and stereotypical) brand Dom Perignon 1955. In 2006, the French champagne house Bollinger produced a special edition "Bollinger 007", with a bullet-shaped steel case holding a magnum of Bollinger's Grande Année 1999.
James Bond was born on January 4, 1900.
James Bonds first Gun was a Beretta .25 ACP Caliber
he was an orphan and mi6 took him in for training
James Bond is an intelligence agent for her Majesty's Secret Service.
He has no girlfriend but the closest in film was Vesper Lynd in Casino Royale.
His real name is James Bond
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?").
James Bond only has one or two adversaries that appear in more than one film. James Bond's main recurring adversary is the secret terrorist organisation: SPECTRE who appears i…n Dr. No, From Russia With Love, Thunderball, You Only Live Twice, On Her Majesty's Secret Service, and Diamonds Are Forever. The only other adversary of James Bond who appears in more than one film is Jaws (played by Richard Kiel) who actually only ever appears in The Spy Who Loved Me and Moonraker. In the novels (which came first), SMERSH (smert shpionam; Death to Spies) appear in Casino Royale, Live and Let Die, From Russia, With Love, and Goldfinger. SPECTRE only appears in Thunderball. Major Villains of SPECTRE (film & novel): Doctor No Tev Kronsteen Rosa Klebb Donald Grant Morzeny Emilio Largo Ernst Stravo Blofeld SMERSH's Caliber: Le Chiffre "Aldolph Gettler" Mr. Big Donovan "Red" Grant Rosa Klebb Auric Goldfinger
British. if he works for 'her madjesies secret service', then its kinda obvious.
Swaine Adeney Brigg, the UK manufacturer of luxury leather goods, made (and still make) James Bond's briefcase from "On Her Majesty's Secret Service." The original James Bond… attache case concealed Krugerrands, flat-throwing knives and an automatic rifle. The same attache case can be bought from Swaine Adeney Brigg's London store at 54, St James's Street just off Green Park or via their website www.swaineadeney.co.uk Although it is made of the same fine black leather with red skivver lining, it comes without weapons. The price of 007's briefcase is around £1450 (without gold coins!) Penfold Golf make James Bond's golf ball of choice - the Penfold Heart. "Mine's the Penfold Heart!" exclaims 007 when defeating Bond villain, Auric Goldfinger in the most famous golf match played on the silver screen. Sales of Penfold Hearts soared after Sean Connery played a Penfold Heart in the Bond movie Goldfinger and James Bond's golf ball became a major selling 007 gadget. Penfold Golf ran into trouble in the 90s and it wasn't until the company was reformed that the Penfold Heart reappeared on the golfing scene in August 2008. James Bond's golf ball is back in action - just 500 collector's sets of 12-dozen Penfold Hearts have been produced to commemorate the Ian Fleming Centenary 2008. Selling for £50 a set, Bond fans can once again buy 007's golfing weapon of choice via www.penfoldgolf.com - several James Bond websites have been running competitions to win the sets and Penfold Golf offers the chance to win a set on its own website.