WORLD'S SECOND JAMES BOND MOVIE
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What was the world's second James Bond movie?
Bond. James Bond. Those three
words have become so incredibly famous because of the fictional character, James
Bond, who became a cultural phenomenon and has had many books, movies, and
television shows based on him. Bond is known for his high-end living, his women,
and his cars, not to mention that he’s the best Secret Service Agent in the
world. James Bond is a character that was created by author Ian Fleming in 1953
and he was originally written for a series of twelve novels. Over time, Bond has
become so popular and so many Bond movies have been made that it can be easy to
confuse which came when.
The second James Bond movie was From Russia with
Love. It was produced by EON Productions, who claimed rights to every 007 novel
except for Casino Royale, which they would later acquire later anyway. The film
was released in 1963 with Terence Young as Director. In its day, it made just
about eighty million dollars at the box office, which in today’s dollars would
equal approximately half a billion dollars.
The character of James Bond himself also has some
other Sloppy Seconds categories that he fits into. The character is both the
second longest running and the second most successful film franchise in all of
history. The budget for the film was $2,500,000.
From Russia With Love
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