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1. Dr No 1962
2. From Russia With Love 1963
3. Goldfinger 1964
4. Thunderball 1965
5. You Only Live Twice 1967
6. On Her Majesty`s Secret Service 1969
7. Diamonds Are Forever1971
8. Live And Let Die 1973
9. The Man With The Golden Gun 1974
10.The Spy Who Loved Me
12.For Your Eyes Only 1981
14.A View To A Kill 1985
15.The Living Daylights 1987
16.Licence To Kill 1989
18.Tomorrow Never Dies1997
19.The World Is Not Enough 1999
20.Die Another Day 2002
21.Casino Royale 2006
22.Quantum Of Solace 2008
23. Skyfall 2012
24.James Bond 24
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Casino Royale 1967
Never Say Never Again 1983
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JUDI DENCH – M
Judi Dench M quantum of solace
Dame Judi Dench Memoir Is Set for October
It only makes sense that Judi Dench, below, after accumulating a lifetime’s worth of theater, film and television credits that could easily fill a book, should finally write one. St. Martin’s Press said it had acquired a memoir from Ms. Dench, called “And Furthermore,” that described her professional and private lives, according to a press release from the publisher. Though she has lately come to be known for her role as M in the James Bond franchise, and as Queen Elizabeth in “Shakespeare in Love” (for which she won an Academy Award for just a few minutes of screen time), Ms. Dench covers the breadth of her acting career in the memoir, from her start with the Old Vic theater company in 1957. St. Martin’s plans to publish “And Furthermore” in October.
Judi Dench in Goldeneye 1995 as James Bonds boss M for the first time a women is M
She also appeared in four James Bond video games, and Judi Dench voiced two of those
Judi Dench som spelat M, bossen till James Bond sedan Goldeneye 1995, alltså 6 gånger, kommer även denna gång att medverka i Bond 23, som ännu inte har fått något namn.
Däremot så kommer Dench ut med sina memoarer till hösten.
Judi har även fått en Oscar för drottning Elizabeth. 1998 belönades hon med en Oscar för bästa kvinnliga biroll i filmen Shakespeare in Love, där hon spelade drottning Elisabet I. Hon spelade även drottning i filmen Hennes majestät Mrs Brown. Hon blev även Oscarsnominerad filmåret 2000, för Chocolat och filmåret 2001, för Iris. Sedan 1995 har Dench spelat M i sex James Bond-filmer
Dench adlades 1988, och tituleras därefter Dame Judi Dench.
After the long period between Licence to Kill and Goldeneye, the producers brought in Dame Judi Dench to take over as the new M. The character is said to have possibly been based on Stella Rimington, the head of MI5 between 1992 and 1996. M's real name has yet to be revealed in the films, but recent Bond novelist Raymond Benson gives her the name Barbara Mawdsley. Unlike the ambivalence of Brown's M, Dench clearly plays a new person appointed to the position of M (putting to rest a long time debate over the nature of the character), although in Casino Royale she states that she worked in MI6 as far back as the Cold War. She mentions having studied law at Oxford.
In GoldenEye, she is clearly established as different from her predecessors; she is cold, blunt, and unabashedly dislikes Bond, whom she calls a "sexist, misogynist dinosaur, a relic of the Cold War." Tanner, her Chief of Staff, refers to her during the film as "the evil queen of numbers" given her reputation at that stage for relying on statistics and analysis rather than impulse and initiative. As she herself puts it to Bond: "You think I'm an accountant, a bean counter, more interested in my numbers than your instincts."
In Die Another Day, she orders her subordinates to disavow Bond after he is taken prisoner in North Korea, and abandons him to be tortured for 14 months, though this is in line with typical attitudes toward captured agents. Although it would appear that Dench's M and Bond don't get along too well, M still has the same high professional respect for Bond that her predecessors had and shows a rising level of affection for him as the series progresses. In The World Is Not Enough, she even goes as far to say "He's the best we have ... although I'd never tell him."
There have also been brief references to M's family: one in GoldenEye (where she responds to Tanner's "Evil Queen of Numbers" jab by telling him that when she wants to hear sarcasm she'll listen to her children) and two in The World is Not Enough (early on when Sir Robert King wishes M the best to her family and later when she remembers how she had advised King not to pay the ransom for his daughter even though it went against "every instinct [she] had as a mother").
Dench again plays M for the 2006 film Casino Royale. In this film M has no history with Bond, unlike her first appearance in GoldenEye where her relationship with Bond concentrated on the fact that she is a successor to another M. She promotes Daniel Craig's Bond to double-0 status and sends him on his first mission. The new M is shown as more of an eager spymaster than an administrative official, and there is no trace of her predisposed animosity toward Bond. She is patient and tolerant of the new agent's excesses. Also, her home appears for the first time when Bond breaks in to use her home computer's security clearance, and in a later scene she is shown sleeping in bed next to an unidentified man, suggesting a husband.
Bond reveals that in finding her home address he also found out her real name. Bond almost reveals M's name onscreen, which dialogue suggests begins with the letter M (possibly a confirmation that her name is Barbara Mawdsley). She stops him before he does and warns that should he utter one more syllable she will have him killed, suggesting her real name is considered a secret. Although it is possibly an additional retcon of the James Bond universe, it could also be a coincidence, as in the case of Sir Miles Messervy, or simply a joke on Bond's part. The answer has yet to be established onscreen.
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