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Stroll along memory lane as we quiz you about this ageless British super-spy.
Over the years, Agent 007 has had a gigantic impact on popular culture. Bond. James Bond. People introduce themselves using their last names first. Can you name every actor who ever played Bond?
Ready to live and let die? Show off your Bond expertise! Take our James Bond quizzes to prove that you are a true fan. Just remember to handle your weapons well. For all you movie fanatics, we have the 2000s trivia and Star Wars trivia too. Meanwhile, try out our 'James Bond' facts trivia and see if you remember the golden movies. The 'James Bond' franchise is probably older than you. So, you have too many 'James Bond' trivia facts to keep in mind. The following quiz asks you some tough questions about the Bond franchise. Good luck!
How well do you know the opening songs? Take our 'James Bond' quiz to find out!
1. Question: Who sang the Bond Theme song in 'Licence to Kill'?
Answer: Gladys Knight
2. Question: Who sang more than one 'James Bond' theme song?
Answer: Shirley Bassey
3. Question: Who sang the song 'Gold Finger'?
Answer: Shirley Bassey.
4. Question: In the Bond film 'Dr. No' there was a calypso version of a children's song featured in the opening credits. What was the name of the song?
Answer: Three Blind Mice.
5. Question: Who performed the theme song for the James Bond film 'From Russia, With Love'?
Answer: Matt Monro
6. Question: Which female artist sang the song 'Skyfall'?
7. Question: What is the theme song of the Bond film 'The Spy Who Loved Me' and who sang it?
Answer: Nobody Does It Better; performed by Carly Simon.
8. Question: "Don't think of the danger, Or the stranger is gone..." Find the song that has these lyrics.
Answer: You Only Live Twice by Nancy Sinatra.
9. Question: Paul McCartney wrote and performed the song 'Live And Let Die'. Which band did he belong to at the time?
10. Question: Who sang the theme song for the James Bond film, 'The Man With The Golden Gun'?
The chasing, the action, the romance, and the style... all added up to one man in a total of 27 movies. Are you ready to take the heat from this James Bond tricky trivia?
11. Question: In the opening scene of Licence to Kill, which event is James Bond celebrating?
Answer: Felix and Dalla's Wedding.
12. Question: Which are the two James Bond films that were not produced by Eon Productions?
Answer: Casino Royale (1967) and Never Say Never Again (1983).
13. Question: What is the name of Milton Krest's boat?
Answer: The WaveCrest.
14. Question: Whom does James Bond work for?
Answer: MI6 (Military Intelligence 6)
15. Question: Whom does Bond kill to get his '00' agent status?
Answer: 2 people; Dryden - the former section chief at MI6 and his contact, Fisher.
16. Question: How many Bond movies did John Glen direct?
17. Question: Which movie did Pierce Brosnan make his debut as James Bond?
18. Question: How does James Bond kill Dr. No?
Answer: By suffocating him in a mound of guano.
19. Question: Who wrote the books that the James Bond movies were adapted from?
Answer: Ian Fleming.
20. Question: What is Bond's title, officially?
Answer: Commander, Royal Navy.
21. Question: In the Bond film, 'Live and Let Die', who played the Sheriff, J.W. Pepper?
Answer: Clifton James.
22. Question: Who invented the code machine, Lektor, in the movie 'From Russia With Love'?
23. Question: Who is the villain in the movie, 'The Man with the Golden Gun'?
24. Question: What was Scaramanga's hideout base?
Answer: Phuket Island.
25. Question: Bond was pushed from a plane in mid-flight without a parachute. Which movie was this from?
26. Question: How and when did James Bond's parents die?
Answer: In a Climbing accident when Bond was a child.
27. Question: Which studio produced almost the entirety of the Bond films?
Answer: PineWood Studios.
28. Question: What car did James Bond have in the movie, 'Goldfinger'?
Answer: Aston Martin.
29. Question: What is Q's name in the Bond film, 'Never Say Never Again'?
30. Question: Who played Willard Whyte in 'Diamonds are Forever'?
Answer: Jimmy Dean.
31. Question: Who played Major Boothroyd in the Bond movie, 'Dr. No'?
Answer: Peter Burton.
32. Question: Who were James Bond's parents?
Answer: Andrew Bond and Monique Delacroix Bond.
33. Question: What character did Samantha Bond play in the Bond movies 'GoldenEye', 'Tomorrow Never Dies', and 'The World Is Not Enough'?
Answer: Miss Moneypenny.
34. Question: What was captured in 'The Spy Who Loved Me' to start a nuclear war?
Answer: Three Submarines.
35. Question: In the movie 'GoldenEye', how does Bond infiltrate the Arkangel Chemical Weapons Facility?
Answer: By doing a Bungee Jump.
36. Question: Who or what is Little Nellie?
Answer: Little Nellie was an aircraft that appeared in the James Bond film 'You Only Live Twice'. It was a British autogyro.
37. Question: How is Bond tortured in 'Die Another Day' by the North Koreans?
Answer: using Deathstalker Scorpions.
38. Question: In which movie is the 3-D video game, Domination, featured?
Answer: Never Say Never Again.
39. Question: "That's putting it mildly, 007" Who says this in the movie 'For Your Eyes Only'?
40. Question: Which Bond film was originally intended as a prequel before the idea was discarded?
Answer: The Living Daylights.
41. Question: How many times did Bernard Lee portray M in the official series?
42. Question: What was the initial title of 'Licence to Kill'?
Answer: Licence Revoked.
43. Question: How did Bond disguise himself to sneak onto the drug lord's boat in 'Licence to Kill'?
Answer: A Manta Ray.
44. Question: What type of vehicle was issued to James Bond in 'Moonraker'?
Answer: A Gondola.
45. Question: What is Dr. No's full name?
Answer: Julius No.
Well, knowing the movies is one spectrum. But are books better than the movies? Let's find out how many Bond book fans are out there with this trivia about James Bond.
46. Question: Who was the author who introduced James Bond to us?
Answer: Ian Fleming.
47. Question: Who is the name James Bond inspired from, according to Ian Fleming?
Answer: An American Ornithologist.
48. Question: What does the code number 007 refer to?
Answer: The breaking of the WW1 German diplomatic code.
49. Question: Which Bond story was narrated from a woman's point of view?
Answer: The Spy Who Loved Me.
50. Question: When were the Bond novels published?
Answer: Between 1953 - 1966.
Over the course of 27 movies, a lot of actors brought to life the characters that Ian Fleming penned down. So here we bring you James Bond Villains trivia and others where we get to see if we know all the actors from the movie series.
51. Question: Who played Bond in the movie 'The World Is Not Enough'?
Answer: Pierce Brosnan.
52. Question: What character does Charles Gray play in 'Diamonds Are Forever'?
Answer: Ernst Stavro Blofeld.
53. Question: For which film did Sean Connery return?
Answer: Diamonds Are Forever.
54. Question: Who was the second actor to play Bond in the movie series by Eon Productions in the movie 'On Her Majesty's Secret Service?
Answer: George Lazenby
55. Question: Which actor disliked the Beatles as James Bond?
Answer: Sean Connery.
56. Question: Who played alongside Sean Connery in the movie, 'From Russia With Love'?
Answer: Daniela Bianchi as Tanya Romanov.
57. Question: Who played Bond in 'Casino Royale'?
Answer: David Niven (1967) and Daniel Craig (2006)
58. Question: Which actor felt the contract for the Bond film was too demanding?
Answer: George Lazenby.
59. Question: Which production company produced 'On Her Majesty's Secret Service'?
Answer: Eon Productions.
60. Question: Which movies did Roger Moore star in as Bond?
Answer: Live and Let Die, The Man with the Golden Gun, The Spy Who Loved Me, Moonraker, For your eyes Only, and A View to a Kill.
61. Question: From when did Daniel Craig enter the 007 series?
Answer: 2006, with the movie Casino Royale.
We, at Kidadl, hope you had killed the quiz on the most stylish secret agent. We aim to bring you family-friendly content so you can introduce your favorite characters to your kids too! If you liked our suggestions for James Bond trivia , we recommend you to check our 'Black Panther' trivia or 'Batman' trivia.
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