James Bond 007
This page is devoted to coloring pages of James Bond, a character created by Ian Fleming in a series of novels in the 1950s.
The first actor to play James Bond was Sean Connery in "Dr. No."
The most recent James Bond is Daniel Craig, who began his tenure in "Casino Royale."
As of this date, Daniel Craig remains James Bond.
Roger Moore played James Bond in the 1970s and 1980s.
"Live and Let Die" was the first James Bond movie in which Roger Moore appeared.
Pierce Brosnan was James Bond in four films in the 1990s and 2000s.
They actually wanted Pierce Brosnan to fill the James Bond role years earlier, but he was not available at that time.
George Lazenby starred in one James Bond film, "On Her Majesty's Secret Service."
Many people think that Lazenby did a fine job, especially considering that he had virtually no acting experience before taking the James Bond role.
Daniel Craig will have been in the most James Bond movies of any of the James Bond actors once he completes his next film.
The James Bond movies starring Daniel Craig have made more money than any other James Bond actor.
Roger Moore changed the style of James Bond to a more humorous attitude.
Many people liked seeing the sarcastic asides of Roger Moore, but his films also featured many of the most classic stunts of the entire series.
Sean Connery was very rugged as James Bond and set the template for the rest of the series.
The last James Bond role of Sean Connery was "Never Say Never Again."
Timothy Dalton played James Bond for two films in the 1990s.
The Timothy Dalton movies featured a lot of rugged action, but not as much humor as the Roger Moore films.
When Sean Connery took over the James Bond role, he was a little-known actor with only a few starring roles to his credit.
A former weightlifter and Mr. Universe contestant, Sean Connery established James Bond as a formidable physical presence.
James Bond was not Roger Moore's first role as a spy. In fact, he was in two television series starring as a spy before he took on the James Bond role.
Roger Moore starred as a spy in "The Saint" and "The Persuaders."
Pierce Brosnan starred as a spy-like character in his television series "Remington Steele" in the 1980s.
His contract for "Remington Steele" was the reason that Pierce Brosnan could not take on the role of James Bond earlier.
Daniel Craig's film "Skyfall" was the first James Bond film to earn $1 billion at the global box office.
Many people consider "Skyfall" to be the best recent James Bond Film, but Daniel Craig's "Casino Royale" also has a lot of fans.
Roger Moore films as James Bond featured a great variety of Bond girls.
The lady whose legs were in the film poster for "For Your Eyes Only" wasn't a Bond girl, however.
George Lazenby wore some very stylish outfits as James Bond.
The fact that George Lazenby's James Bond was so style-conscious is not surprising because Lazenby was a male model prior to taking on the James Bond role.
Timothy Dalton was an accomplished actor when he began playing James Bond, but he was not particularly known for playing spies.
However, Dalton was a top-notch actor, perhaps the best-trained actor ever to portray James Bond, and many viewers consider his performances to be the best-acted of the entire series.
To be truthful, Sean Connery will always be James Bond for many people regardless of who follows him.
Sean Connery combined sheer ruggedness with humor and wit to create an indelible portrayal that has kept James Bond in the public mind for 60 years.
While he was not as rugged as Sean Connery, Pierce Brosnan brought a certain grace and elegance to the role that gave the James Bond character depth.
Pierce Brosnan also exhibited many different sides of the James Bond character that hadn't been made as definitively by the other actors.
Many of Pierce Brosnan's scenes featured broad comedy that lightened the tension of scenes at crucial times.
In fact, humor always has been an underappreciated center of the James Bond experience.
However, James Bond is a rough customer, and all of the actors know that being strong is the core of any James Bond film.