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The James Bond series has been fortunate to have a number of world-class directors at the helm throughout the production of 22 James Bond films to date. Here's where you'll find the background for each of the directors and descriptions of how they contributed to the Bond series and the mythos of James Bond. The first 16 Bond films were lead by only 5 directors, each helping to shape the character of Bond in different ways. With the debut of Goldeneye in 1995, "musical director's chairs" has been the preferred model, with another 5 film-makers working on the next 6 films.


Terrence Young
Guy Hamilton
Lewis Gilbert
Peter Hunt
Terence Young
Dr. No
From Russia with Love
Thunderball
Guy Hamilton
Goldfinger
Diamonds Are Forever
Live And Let Die
The Man With The Golden Gun
Lewis Gilbert
You Only Live Twice
The Spy Who Loved Me
Moonraker
Peter Hunt
On Her Majesty’s Secret Service




John Glen
Martin Campbell
Roger Spottiswoode
Michael Apted
John Glen
For Your Eyes Only
Octopussy
A View To A Kill
The Living Daylights
Licence To Kill
Martin Campbell
GoldenEye
Casino Royale
Roger Spottiswoode
Tomorrow Never Dies
Michael Apted
The World is not Enough




Lee Tamahori
Marc Forster
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Lee Tamahori
Die Another Day
Marc Forster
Quantum of Solace
Sam Mendes
Skyfall







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