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James Bond Title Sequences
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The Bond movies are well-known for their fast cars, imaginative gadgets, charismatic protagonists, exotic locations, and beautiful women. In some circles, they're also known for the exquisite artistic vision and creativity of their title sequences. Maurice Binder is responsible for making these sequences a hallmark of the Bond movies, creating an overtly artistic space in movies focused on action, beautiful sets, and witty dialogue. This is a rare combination for movies that do well at a popular culture box office.
These page serve to chronicle the development of the Bond title sequences through a series of stills, from the "primitive" technological appropriations of Binder to the more CG-influenced sequences of recent movies, we'll see how this keystone of the Bond films originated and evolved over the course of the past five decades.
| Dr. No Title Sequence (1962)|
| From Russia With Love (1963) |
| Goldfinger (1964)|
| You Only Live Twice (1967)|
| On Her Majesty's Secret Service Title Sequence (1969)|
| Diamonds Are Forever Title Sequence (1971)|
| The Man with the Golden Gun Title Sequence (1974)|
| Moonraker Title Sequence (1979)|
| The Living Daylights Title Sequence (1987)|
| The World is not Enough Title Sequence (1999)|
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