Dr No 1962 First James Bond Film | Sean Connery as 007



What's your review of the 1962 James Bond film (the first James Bond film!) Dr No? It's directed by Terence Young, and stars Sean Connery as 007 and Ursula Andress as Honey Ryder. #DrNo #JamesBond #SeanConnery Do you want to watch Dr No? Did you enjoy the full movie or just parts of it? Scroll down for more information!


About Dr No


Alternative titles (from Letterboxd): O Agente Secreto, O Satânico Dr. No, 007: Dr. No, James Bond: Dr. No, Τζέιμς Μποντ, Πράκτωρ 007: Εναντίων Δόκτωρ Νο, 007 ドクター・ノオ, 007 - Licenza di uccidere, Agent 007 - mission drab, James Bond 007: Dr. No, Ian Fleming's Dr. No, Doctor No, Доктор Но, 诺博士, Den hemliga agenten 007 och doktor No, Доктор Ноу, 007は殺しの番号, Docteur No, 007 01: Contra El Dr. No, El satánico Dr. No, James Bond 01 - Dr. No, James Bond jagt Dr. No, (1962) Dr. No


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Dr No plot from IMDb: "A resourceful British government agent seeks answers in a case involving the disappearance of a colleague and the disruption of the American space program."


The trailer can be found online.


Cast and Characters:

Sean Connery as James Bond

Ursula Andress as Honey Ryder

Bernard Lee as M.

Joseph Wiseman as Dr. No

Jack Lord as Felix Leiter

Anthony Dawson as Professor Dent

Zena Marshall as Miss Taro

John Kitzmiller as Quarrel (as John Kitzmuller)

Eunice Gayson as Sylvia Trench

Lois Maxwell as Miss Moneypenny

Peter Burton as Major Boothroyd

Yvonne Shima as Sister Lily

Michel Mok as Sister Rose

Marguerite LeWars as Annabel Chung - Photographer (as Margaret Le Wars, Marguerite Lewars: end credits)

William Foster-Davis as Superintendent Duff (as Wm. Foster-Davis)

Dolores Keator as Mary Trueblood

Reggie Carter as Mr. Jones (as Reginald Carter)

Louis Blaazer as Pleydell-Smith


Directed by Terence Young

Screenplay by Richard Maibaum, Johanna Harwood, Berkely Mather

Based on Dr. No by Ian Fleming

Produced by Harry Saltzman, Albert R. Broccoli

Cinematography: Ted Moore

Edited by Peter R. Hunt

Music by Monty Norman

Production company: Eon Productions

Distributed by United Artists

Release dates: 5 October 1962 (United Kingdom), 8 May 1963 (United States)

Running time: 109 minutes

Budget: $1.1 million

Box office: $59.5 million

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