Dr. No
Dr No 1962
His name is Bond; James Bond.
Directed By Terence Young
Screenplay By Richard Maibaum, Berkely Mather, Johanna Harwood
Cast Sean Connery, Ursula Andress, Joseph Wiseman, Jack Lord
Produced By Harry Saltzman, Albert R. Broccoli
Film Editing By Peter R. Hunt
Cinematography By Ted Moore
Music By Monty Norman

Eon Productions


United Kingdom



Release Date

October 5, 1962


109 Minutes

Rating PG
Distributed By

United Artists

Budget $1,100,000
Gross $59,500,000
Based on Dr. No by Ian Fleming


Dr. No is the first 007 film and was legendary in launching the longest running film series franchise in history as well as the career of its lead actor, Sean Connery. Directed by Terrence Young, the film was adapted on the Ian Fleming novel of the same name and turned the British super spy into a super icon of pop culture which has been imitated and satirized over the decades.


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  • The author Ian Fleming was originally quite dismayed with the choice of Sean Connery in the role of his secret agent; Bond was English and Connery was Scottish, Bond was upper-class and Connery was working-class, Bond was refined and educated and Connery was too rugged. However after seeing Dr. No, Fleming proclaimed that Connery was perfectly cast. A number of Fleming's future 007 books would in fact, draw inspiration from Connery as James Bond was retroactively proclaimed to be of 'Scottish' ancestry.

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Dr. No Official Trailer 1 - Sean Connery Movie (1962) HD

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