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Bond, James (Fictitious character)


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    • us: 007 (Fictitious character)
    • us: ジェームズ・ボンド (Fictitious character)
    • us: ボンド, ジェームズ (Fictitious character)
    • us: Jēmuzu Bondo (Fictitious character)
    • us: Bondo, Jēmuzu (Fictitious character)
    • us: Бонд, Джеймс (Fictitious character)
    • us: Bond, Dzheĭms (Fictitious character)
    • us: Бонд, Џејмс (Fictitious character)
    • us: Bond, Džejms (Fictitious character)
    • us: بوند، جيمس (Fictitious character)
    • us: Būnd, Jīms (Fictitious character)
    • us: Bond, Ceyms (Fictitious character)
    • us: Agent 007 (Fictitious character)
    • us: Бонд, Джэймс (Fictitious character)
    • us: Μποντ, Τζέιμς (Fictitious character)
    • us: Bont, Tzeims (Fictitious character)
    • us: 제임스 본드 (Fictitious character)
    • us: 본드, 제임스 (Fictitious character)
    • us: Jeimsŭ Bondŭ (Fictitious character)
    • us: Bondŭ, Jeimsŭ (Fictitious character)
    • us: Cheimsŭ Bondŭ (Fictitious character)
    • us: Bondŭ, Cheimsŭ (Fictitious character)
    • us: בונד, ג'יימס (Fictitious character)
    • us: Bond, G'aims (Fictitious character)
    • us: Bond, Iacobus (Fictitious character)
    • us: Bonds, Džeimss (Fictitious character)
    • us: Bondas, Džeimsas (Fictitious character)
    • us: 占士邦 (Fictitious character)
    • us: 邦, 占士 (Fictitious character)
    • us: Zhanshi Bang (Fictitious character)
    • us: Bang, Zhanshi (Fictitious character)
    • us: 詹姆士·龐德 (Fictitious character)
    • us: 龐德, 詹姆士 (Fictitious character)
    • us: Zhanmushi Pangde (Fictitious character)
    • us: Pangde, Zhanmushi (Fictitious character)
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    • found: James Bond and philosophy, c2006.
    • found: James Bond in world and popular culture, 2010.
    • found: Pearson, J. James Bond : the authorized biography of 007 : a fictional biography, 1973.
    • found: Happy anniversary 007 : 25 years of James Bond, 1987.
    • found: The official James Bond 007 website, viewed June 2, 2014: home page (007; James Bond) {http://www.007.com/}
    • found: Wikipedia, June 2, 2014: James Bond (literary character) (Royal Navy Commander James Bond, CMG, RNVR, is a fictional character created by British journalist and novelist Ian Fleming in 1953. He is the protagonist of the James Bond series of novels, films, comics and video games. The Bond character is a Secret Service agent, code number 007, residing in London but active internationally; Since Fleming's death in 1964, there have been other authorised writers of Bond material, including John Gardner, who wrote fourteen novels and two novelizations and Raymond Benson, who wrote six novels, three novelizations and three short stories. There have also been three authors who wrote one book each, Kingsley Amis (writing as Robert Markham), Sebastian Faulks and Jeffery Deaver. Additionally a series of novels based on Bond's youth--Young Bond--was written by Charlie Higson. As spin-offs from the literary works, there was a television adaptation of the first novel, Casino Royale, in which Bond was played as an American agent. A comic strip series also ran in the Daily Express newspaper. There have been 25 Bond films; seven actors have played Bond in these films) Japanese version of page (ジェームズ・ボンド = Jēmuzu Bondo) Russian version (Джеймс Бонд = Dzheĭms Bond) Serbian version (Џејмс Бонд = Džejms Bond)
    • found: Wikipedia, June 2, 2014: James Bond (The James Bond series focuses on a fictional character created in 1953 by writer Ian Fleming, who featured him in twelve novels and two short-story collections. Since Fleming's death in 1964 seven other authors have written authorised Bond novels or novelizations: Kingsley Amis, Christopher Wood, John Gardner, Raymond Benson, Sebastian Faulks, Jeffery Deaver and William Boyd. Additionally, Charlie Higson wrote a series on a young James Bond, and Kate Westbrook wrote three novels based on the diaries of a recurring series character, Moneypenny. The fictional British Secret Service agent has also been adapted for television, radio, comic strip, video games and film.) Arabic page (جيمس بوند = Jīms Būnd) Azerbaijani page (Ceyms Bond [in roman]; Agent 007) Belarusian page (Джэймс Бонд = Dz︠h︡ėĭms Bond) Bulgarian page (Джеймс Бонд = Dzheĭms Bond) Greek page (Τζέιμς Μποντ = Tzeims Bont) Korean page (제임스 본드 = Jeimsŭ Bondŭ/Cheimsŭ Bondŭ) Hebrew page (ג'יימס בונד = G'aims Bond) Latin page (Iacobus Bond) Latvian page (Džeimss Bonds) Lithuanian page (Džeimsas Bondas) Ukrainian page (Джеймс Бонд = Dz︠h︡eĭms Bond) Chinese page (占士邦 = Zhanshi Bang; 詹姆士·龐德 = Zhanmushi Pangde)
    • found: IMDb, June 2, 2014 (James Bond (Character); In Fleming's stories James Bond is an ageless character in his mid-to-late thirties. In Moonraker, he admits to being eight years shy of mandatory retirement. James Bond's birth year is unknown because Fleming changed the dates and times of events. Most researchers and biographers conclude that he was born either in 1917, 1920, 1921, or 1924. Fleming never said where James Bond was born, although people have speculated based on derivative works. In 1941, Bond lies about his age in order to enter the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve during World War II, from which he emerges a Commander. He retains that rank while in the British Secret Service of Fleming's novels, John Gardner's continuation novels, and the films. Continuation novelist John Gardner promoted Bond to Captain in Win, Lose or Die. Since Raymond Benson's novels are a reboot, Bond is a Commander, and a member of the RNVSR (Royal Naval Volunteer Supplementary Reserve), an association of war veteran officers)
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    • 2014-06-02: new
    • 2014-09-05: revised
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