Bond by the Numbers
QUANTUM OF SOLACE


   men killed: 18
   women bedded: 1
   friends dead: 2
   countries visited: Italy, Haiti, Austria, Bolivia, Russia
   martinis drunk: 6
   tuxes worn: 1
   damage caused:
      Trucks on the highway in Italy during car chase.
      All kinds of buildings in Siena, Italy.
      Bolivian hotel bent.
      Haitian hotel wrecked.
   cinematic note(s):
      Giancarlo Giannini reprises his role as René Mathis from Casino Royale.
      The shortest Eon Bond film to date. (It also has 2 intense chases in the first 10 minutes.)
   trivia:
      Bond is suspended but not fired.
      Felix Leiter makes his ninth appearance again played by Jeffrey Wright.
      For the first time, the gun barrel sequence comes at the end of the film.

CASINO ROYALE

   men killed: 12
   women bedded: 1
   friends dead: 1
   countries visited: Pakistan, Czech Republic, Madagascar, Bahamas, United States, Montenegro, Italy
   martinis drunk: 4
   tuxes worn: 4
   damage caused:
      Construction site wrecked.
      Nimbutu’s Madagascar partially blown-up.
      Priceless Venetian house sunk.
   cinematic note(s):
      First Eon film not to open with the gun barrel sequence.
      First Eon film to make use of black and white.
      Longest Bond film to date.
   trivia:
      Felix Leiter makes his eighth appearance. This time played by Jeffrey Wright.
      First Eon film without the character of Moneypenny.
      First Eon film without the character of Q since From Russia with Love.

Pierce Brosnan: Report Card

Brosnan appears in 4 films.

Per film he wears an average of 1¼ tuxedos, drinks 1¼ martinis, visits 4¾ countries, loses ½ a friend, sleeps with 2¼ women, and kills 44¾ men.

DIE ANOTHER DAY

   men killed: 30
   women bedded: 2
   friends dead: 0
   countries visited: North Korea, South Korea, Hong Kong, Cuba, Iceland
   martinis drunk: 2
   tuxes worn: 1
   damage caused:
      Colonel Moon’s North Korean military base is destroyed.
      The Alvarez Clinic in Cuba is destroyed.
      Colonel Moon’s airplane is blown-up/burned.
   cinematic note(s):
      This film contains lots (lots) of an effect called speed ramping.
      Madonna is (so far) the only theme song singer to have a role in the film. Sheena Easton appears in the title sequence of For Your Eyes Only but not in the main film.
      Final appearance of Samantha Bond as Moneypenny.
      Final appearance of John Cleese as Q.
   trivia:
      There’s a bullet in the opening gun-barrel sequence for the first time.
      Only Eon film where the plot is advanced during the credits sequence.
      Brosnan is the only Bond never to work with Felix Leiter.

THE WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH

   men killed: 28
   women bedded: 3
   friends dead: 1
   countries visited: Spain, Scotland, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Turkey
   martinis drunk:
1
   tuxes worn: 2
   damage caused:
      A restaurant on the Thames has a speedboat driven through it.
   cinematic note(s):
      Robbie Coltrane reprises his role as Valentin Dmitrovich Zukovsky from GoldenEye.
      Final appearance of Desmond Llewelyn as Q.
      First appearance of John Cleese as Q (credited as R).
   trivia:
      In additional to being fluent in Oriental languages, Arabic, Italian, Spanish, Greek, German, some Afghan, and Dutch, Bond speaks fluent Russian.
      009 is mentioned by not named or shown.
      Bond kills a woman he has slept with for the first time in the Eon films (he has killed 3 women in toto).

Skyfall Per Minute

Now that Adele’s theme for Skyfall is out, you’re probably wondering where it stacks in terms of how many times per minute the film’s title is sung. Well wonder no more. The word “skyfall” or phrase “sky fall” is sung 3.99 times per minute in the 4:46 song. The most for any theme.

3.99    “Skyfall”
3.91    “Die Another Day”
3.62    “Licence to Kill”
2.58    “For Your Eyes Only”
2.49    “Live and Let Die”
1.88    “GoldenEye”
1.85    “Diamonds are Forever”
1.54    “The Man with the Golden Gun”
1.21    “The World is Not Enough”
1.16    “From Russia with Love”
1.08    “You Only Live Twice”
1.06    “Goldfinger”
0.98    “Thunderball”
0.83    “A View to a Kill”
0.70    “The Living Daylights”
0.63    “Moonraker”
0.57    “Nobody Does It Better” (The Spy Who Loved Me)
0.42    “Tomorrow Never Dies”
0.00    “We Have All the Time in the World” (On Her Majesty’s Secret Service)
0.00    “All Time High” (Octopussy)
0.00    “You Know My Name” (Casino Royale)
0.00    “Another Way to Die” (Quantum of Solace)

TOMORROW NEVER DIES


   men killed: 54
   women bedded: 2
   friends dead: 1
   countries visited: Afghanistan, Pakistan, Germany, China, Vietnam
   martinis drunk:
1
   tuxes worn: 1
   damage caused:
      An arms bazaar is destroyed.
      Saigon marketplace and several city blocks are wrecked.
   cinematic note(s):
      Joe Don Baker reprises his role as CIA Agent Jack Wade from GoldenEye.
      At the time of filming Geoffrey Palmer (Admiral Roebuck) was starring with Judi Dench in the BBC-TV series As Time Goes By. It ran for 67 episodes from 1992-2005.
      Several notable actors appear in small roles including Gerard Butler (300), Michal Byrne (Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade), Pip Torrens (War Horse), Brendan Coyle (Downton Abbey), Hugh Bonneville (Downton Abbey), and Julian Fellowes (writer of Downton Abbey).
   trivia:
      In additional to being fluent in Oriental languages, Arabic, Italian, Spanish, Greek, German, and some Afghan, Bond speaks fluent Dutch.
      Bond’s address is 61 Horsen Ferry Road, London S1. [This from a prop prepared for but not shown in the film. So high nerd points for this one.]

GOLDENEYE


   people killed: 57* (17 confirmed)
   women bedded: 2
   friends dead: 0
   countries visited: Soviet Union/Russia, Monaco, France, Cuba
   martinis drunk:
1
   tuxes worn: 1
   damage caused:
      Arkangel Chemical Weapons Facility in the U.S.S.R. destroyed along with *all inside.
      Many historic buildings and sites in Moscow are destroyed with a tank.
      A Perrier truck is wrecked with the same tank.
      Soviet missile train is derailed with a rocket from the same tank.
      A hidden Russian satellite base in Cuba is destroyed along with *all inside.
   cinematic note(s):
      “Goldeneye” was both the name of Ian Fleming’s estate in Oracabessa, Jamaica and an operation Fleming was involved with during his days in British Naval Intelligence.
      The actual exterior of the MI6 building in London is used.
      First appearance of Judi Dench as “M.”
      First appearance of Samantha Bond as “Moneypenny.”
      Minnie Driver appears as Zukovsky’s singing mistress “Irina.”
      The Lienz Cossack massacre was a real event.
      The hidden Russian satellite base in Cuba bares a striking similarity to SPECTRE’s volcano base in You Only Live Twice.
   trivia:
      Alec Trevelyan 006 is the first 00 to physically appear and actually be a character in an Eon film. 008 is mentioned in Goldfinger but never appears, Bill Fairbanks 002 is named but does not appear in The Man with the Golden Gun, 003 dies before A View to a Kill starts, and 002 & 004 appear at the start of The Living Daylights but have no lines.
      Bond’s parents died in a climbing accident.

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Timothy Dalton: Report Card

Dalton appears in 2 films.

Per film he wears an average of 2½ tuxedos, drinks 2 martinis, visits 4½ countries, loses 1½ friends, sleeps with 2 women, and kills 8 men.