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Pierce Brosnan and Michelle Yeoh star in 1997’s “Tomorrow Never Dies.”

50 years on film

James Bond first hit the big screen in “Dr. No,” released on Oct. 5, 1962. A list of the films and their stars:

•“Dr. No,” 1962, Sean Connery

•“From Russia With Love,” 1963, Sean Connery

•“Goldfinger,” 1964, Sean Connery

•“Thunderball,” 1965, Sean Connery

•“You Only Live Twice,” 1967, Sean Connery

•“On Her Majesty’s Secret Service,” 1969, George Lazenby

•“Diamonds Are Forever,” 1971, Sean Connery

•“Live and Let Die,” 1973, Roger Moore

•“The Man With the Golden Gun,” 1974, Roger Moore

•“The Spy Who Loved Me,” 1977, Roger Moore

•“Moonraker,” 1979, Roger Moore

•“For Your Eyes Only,” 1981, Roger Moore

•“Octopussy,” 1983, Roger Moore

•“A View to a Kill,” 1985, Roger Moore

•“The Living Daylights,” 1987, Timothy Dalton

•“Licence to Kill,” 1989, Timothy Dalton

•“GoldenEye,” 1995, Pierce Brosnan

•“Tomorrow Never Dies,” 1997, Pierce Brosnan

•“The World is Not Enough,” 1999, Pierce Brosnan

•“Die Another Day,” 2002, Pierce Brosnan

•“Casino Royale,” 2006, Daniel Craig

•“Quantum of Solace,” 2008, Daniel Craig

•“Skyfall,” Fall 2012, Daniel Craig

In addition to the 23 official films produced by EON productions, there have been two other Bond adventures:

•“Casino Royale,” 1967, a spoof starring David Niven

•“Never Say Never Again,” 1983, Sean Connery’s return