Friday, October 05, 2012
The film trailer for Dr. No
Like millions of other people, you probably missed the memo, but today happens to be Global James Bond Day. It was 50 years ago, on October 5, 1962, that the film Dr. No--the first big-screen Bond movie, and the earliest of Sean Connery’s seven Agent 007 pictures--commenced showing at the London Pavilion. That thriller went on to debut in other theaters around England over the next several days, before finally reaching American movie houses in May 1963.
READ MORE: “50 Classic James Bond Moments,” by Natalie
Bochenski (Stuff.co.nz); “Best James Bond Opening Sequences,” by Kevin Fallon (The Daily Beast); and don’t miss The HMSS Weblog’s six-part series about this Dr. No anniversary.