Golden Bond: Prepare to see James Bond’s latest film with a bit of trivia

First official shot released from SKYFALL of James Bond (DANIEL CRAIG) from a scene set in Shanghai.  Daniel Craig stars as James Bond in Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures/Columbia Pictures/EON Productionsí action adventure SKYFALL.

Daniel Craig stars as James Bond in Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures/Columbia Pictures/EON Productionsí action adventure SKYFALL.

Daniel Craig stars as James Bond in Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures/Columbia Pictures/EON Productionsí action adventure SKYFALL.


1. What is the name of James Bond’s wife?

2. Name the three Bond actors who threw their hats onto Miss Moneypenny’s hat rack.


3. In what film did Judy Dench take on the role of M?


4. Name the actress to play a Bond girl in two movies starring Roger Moore as Bond.


5. Who was the only Bond girl to appear as the same character in two Bond movies?


6. Name the casino where Bond first introduces himself as Bond, James Bond.


7. What is the title of the children’s story written by Bond’s creator, Ian Fleming?


8. Who was younger when his first Bond film was released: Sean Connery or Daniel Craig?


9. Name the Bond who was actually married to a Bond girl.


10. Where did Fleming get the name “James Bond?”


11. What is Bond’s rank in the British Royal Navy?


12. No Bond film song has won an Academy Award, but three songs have been nominated. What are their titles?


13. What does SPECTRE stand for?


14. Name the first film in which Bond drives an Aston Martin.


15. What part of “golden girl” Jill Masterson’s (Shirley Eaton) body was not painted gold for the iconic scene in “Goldfinger?”


1. Tracy Di Veicenzo (Diana Rigg) married James Bond (George Lazenby) and was killed shortly thereafter in “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service.” Bond’s “marriage” to Kissy Suzuki in “You Only Live Twice” doesn’t count.


2. Sean Connery, George Lazenby and Roger Moore.


3. “GoldenEye.” And, as it happens, “Skyfall” will be her last Bond film as M.


4. Maud Adams took on the roles of Andrea Anders in “The Man With the Golden Gun” and Octopussy in the film by the same name.


5. Sylvia Trench, who appeared in “Dr. No” and “From Russia With Love.”


6. Le Cercle, which in real life is Les Ambassadeurs Club in London.


7. “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang.” This story also became a film.

8. Sean Connery. He was 32 when “Dr. No” was released. Daniel Craig was 38 when “Casino Royale” came out.


9. Pierce Brosnan was married to Cassandra Harris, who played the part of Countess Lisl in “For Your Eyes Only.”

10. James Bond is the name of the author of “Birds of the West Indies.” Fleming was a birding enthusiast.


11. Commander.


12. “Live and Let Die,” “Nobody Does It Better” from “The Spy Who Loved Me” and “For Your Eyes Only.”


13. Special Executive for Counter-intelligence Terrorism Revenge Extortion.


14. “Goldfinger.” The Aston Martin replaced Bond’s Bentley.


15. Her stomach. It was left bare to allow Eaton’s skin to breathe, therefore preventing her death.

More Trivia

If you are looking for another Bond quiz challenge, take “The Ultimate James Bond Quiz” at or the quiz in American Media Inc.‘s special magazine “50 Years of Bond: The Ultimate Ranking Guide.”

Debate the gadgets, cars, locations, villains or girls, but know this: It’s good to be 50, and it’s good to be James Bond.

Fortunately, the 10 years since “Die Another Day” have been kind.

Out with the Cold War dinosaur — M said it, so don’t shoot the messenger, Pierce Brosnan fans — trying to negotiate a world and genre that had moved beyond him.

In with a muscular disregard for authority, a man ripping a new 007 out of the old and getting smarter and ruthlessly more suave through “Casino Royale” and “Quantum of Solace.”

In “Skyfall,” which opens in theaters today, Daniel Craig displays a more “classic” Bond, according to director Sam Mendes in interview for the special magazine “50 years of Bond: The Ultimate Ranking Guide” from American Media Inc.

“It’s more playful than the last two films. I wanted to create a Bond film as classic as possible,” Mendes said.

However, Mendes didn’t define if “classic” is in the vein of Sean Connery or Roger Moore’s or some mixture thereof.

Bond fans will just have to see for themselves.

Meanwhile, enjoy some of Bond’s history and trivia with our quiz.


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