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'''Dr. No''' (1962) is the first film of the ''[[James Bond]]'' film series produced by [[EON Productions]], and an adaptation of [[Ian Fleming]]'s sixth ''James Bond'' novel. It stars [[Sean Connery]] for the first time as fictional British secret agent James Bond. Connery would later reprise the role in five EON sequels and the unofficial film ''[[Never Say Never Again]]''. Connery also tied the record for most overall films for a Bond actor with [[Roger Moore]]. ''Dr. No'' also stars [[Ursula Andress]] as [[Honey Ryder]], [[Joseph Wisemen]] as [[Dr. Julius No]] and [[Jack Lord]] as CIA agent [[Felix Lieter]].
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'''Dr. No''' (1962) is the first film of the ''[[James Bond]]'' movie series produced by [[EON Productions]], and an adaptation of [[Ian Fleming]]'s sixth ''James Bond'' novel. It stars [[Sean Connery]] for the first time as fictional British secret agent James Bond. Connery would later reprise the role in five EON sequels and the unofficial film ''[[Never Say Never Again]]''. Connery also tied the record for most overall films for a Bond actor with [[Roger Moore]]. ''Dr. No'' also stars [[Ursula Andress]] as [[Honey Ryder]], [[Joseph Wisemen]] as [[Dr. Julius No]] and [[Jack Lord]] as CIA agent [[Felix Lieter]].
 
==Cast==
 
==Cast==
 
*[[Sean Connery]] as [[James Bond]] 007
 
*[[Sean Connery]] as [[James Bond]] 007

Latest revision as of 00:28, 6 December 2012

Dr. No
Directed by Terence Young
Produced by Albert R. Broccoli
Harry Saltzman
Written by Ian Fleming (original)
Richard Maibaum
Johanna Harwood
Berkely Mather
Starring Sean Connery
Joseph Wisemen
Ursula Andress
Bernard Lee
Peter Burton
Lois Maxwell
Jack Lord
Music by Monty Norman
John Barry
Cinematography Ted Moore
Editing by Peter R. Hunt
Distributed by United Artists
Release date(s) October 5, 1962
Running time 109 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Followed by From Russia with Love
Official website
IMDb profile

Dr. No (1962) is the first film of the James Bond movie series produced by EON Productions, and an adaptation of Ian Fleming's sixth James Bond novel. It stars Sean Connery for the first time as fictional British secret agent James Bond. Connery would later reprise the role in five EON sequels and the unofficial film Never Say Never Again. Connery also tied the record for most overall films for a Bond actor with Roger Moore. Dr. No also stars Ursula Andress as Honey Ryder, Joseph Wisemen as Dr. Julius No and Jack Lord as CIA agent Felix Lieter.

Cast