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Bond films are well-known for their fast cars, imaginative gadgets, charismatic protagonists, exotic locations, and beautiful women. They are also known for the exquisite artistic vision and creativity of their title sequences.

Maurice Binder (August 25, 1925 - April 4, 1991) was once responsible for making such sequences a hallmark of the Bond movies, creating an overtly artistic space in movies focused on action, beautiful women, escapist sets and witty dialogue. Binder worked on all Bond movies from Dr. No in 1962 to Licence To Kill in 1989.

Binder's successor, Daniel Kleinman (born 23 December 1955), carried on to his legacy since the dawn of sophisticated computer-generated imagery. He has been in charge of all Bond films openings since GoldenEye (1995) except for Quantum Of Solace (he was replaced by MK12). He came back for Skyfall and SPECTRE.

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