JAMES BOND MEMES: I've been expecting you, Mr Bond
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The winner of the contest was a year-old model named Peter Anthony, who, according to Broccoli, had a Gregory Peck quality, but proved unable to cope with the role. In the words of Bond writer Raymond BensonYoung educated the actor "in the ways of being dapper, witty, and above all, cool". To appear more convincing as a Jamaican, Andress had a tan painted on her and ultimately had her lines redubbed by voice actress Nikki van der Zyl due to Andress' heavy Swiss German accent.
No, although by the time Fleming told the producers, they had already chosen Joseph Wiseman for the part. This is Bond and Leiter's first time meeting each other on film and Leiter does not appear in the novel.
Leiter returns for many of Bond's future adventures and in the reboot of the film series, Casino RoyaleLeiter and Bond are seen meeting one another again for the first time. This was Lord's only appearance as Leiter, as he asked for more money and a better billing to return as Leiter in Goldfinger and was subsequently replaced. No and From Russia with Love. She had been given the part by director Terence Young, who had worked with her in Zarak and invited Gayson saying "You always bring me luck in my films",  although she was also cast due to her voluptuous figure.
Burton was unavailable for the subsequent film, From Russia with Love, and the role was taken by Desmond Llewelyn. LeWars appeared as a photographer hired by Dr. No's lair was actually this bauxite terminal near Oracabessa, Jamaica Dr. The primary scenes there were the exterior shots of Crab Key and Kingston, where an uncredited Syd Cain acted as art director and also designed the Dragon Tank. No's base, the ventilation duct and the interior of the British Secret Service headquarters.
The studio was used on the majority of later Bond films. After 58 days of filming, principal photography completed on 30 March Director Young did not like the final results, so the scenes were interlaced with new footage featuring the tarantula over stuntman Bob Simmons.
The noted violence of Dr. No, which also included Bond shooting Dent in cold blood, caused producers to make adaptations to get an "A" rating — allowing minors to enter accompanied by an adult — from the British Board of Film Classification. The painting had been stolen from the National Gallery by a year-old amateur thief in London just before filming began. Hunt used an innovative editing technique, with extensive use of quick cuts, and employing fast motion and exaggerated sound effects on the action scenes.
It was filmed in sepia by putting a pinhole camera inside an actual. The character James Bond was introduced towards, but not at, the beginning of the film in a "now-famous nightclub sequence featuring Sylvia Trench",  to whom he makes his "immortal introduction". There is the "most important gesture [in] No, the quote "Bond James Bond", became a catch phrase that entered the lexicon of Western popular culture: No that the "signature introduction would become the most famous and loved film line ever".
No soundtrack Monty Norman was invited to write the soundtrack because Broccoli liked his work on the theatre production Belle, a musical about murderer Hawley Harvey Crippen. No after Saltzman allowed him to travel along with the crew to Jamaica. John Barrywho would later go on to compose the music for eleven Bond films, arranged the Bond theme, but was uncredited—except for the credit of his orchestra playing the final piece. This argument has been the subject of two court cases, the most recent inwhich found in favour of Norman.
It was cocky, swaggering, confident, dark, dangerous, suggestive, sexy, unstoppable. And he did it in two minutes. No introduced the many recurring themes and features associated with the suave and sophisticated secret agent: Many characteristics of the following Bond films were introduced in Dr.
No, ranging from Bond's introduction as "Bond, James Bond" although he seems to be mimicking Sylvia Trench who introduces herself first as "Trench.
Sylvia Trench"to his taste for vodka martinis " shaken, not stirred ", love interests, and weaponry.
'We meet again, Mr Bond': a guide to the Spectre trailer's 007 movie references
Newspapers received a box set of Bond's books, as well as a booklet detailing the Bond character and a picture of Ursula Andress. The campaign also focused on Ian Fleming's name due to the minor success of the books.
No had a successful run in Europe, Sean Connery and Terence Young did a cross-country tour in Marchwhich featured screening previews for the film and press conferences. It culminated in a well-publicised premiere in Kingston, where most of the film is set. No had its worldwide premiere at the London Pavilionon 5 Octoberexpanding to the rest of the United Kingdom three days later. No received a mixed critical reception. Time called Bond a "blithering bounder" and "a great big hairy marshmallow" who "almost always manages to seem slightly silly".
No describing it as "a dangerous mixture of violence, vulgarity, sadism and sex",  whilst the Kremlin said that Bond was the personification of capitalist evil — both controversies helped increase public awareness of the film and greater cinema attendance.
No "crisp and well-tailored" and "a neat and gripping thriller. Writing inDanny Peary described Dr. No as a "cleverly conceived adaption of Ian Fleming's enjoyable spy thriller Picture has sex, violence, wit, terrific action sequences, and colorful atmosphere Connery, Andress and Wiseman all give memorable performances.
There's a slow stretch in the middle and Dr. No could use a decent henchman, but otherwise the film works marvelously. No as "a different type of film", Peary notes that "Looking back, one can understand why it caused so much excitement. The following reissue was in paired with Goldfingerto compensate the fact that the next Bond movie would only come out in the following year.
Kennedy was a fan of Ian Fleming's novels  and requested a private showing of Dr. No in the White House.
No comics Around the time of Dr. No's release in Octobera comic book adaptation of the screenplay, written by Norman J. Nodel, was published in the United Kingdom as part of the Classics Illustrated anthology series. This was the first American comic book appearance of James Bond and is noteworthy for being a relatively rare example of a British comic being reprinted in a fairly high-profile American comic. It was also one of the earliest comics to be censored on racial grounds some skin tones and dialogue were changed for the American market.
It's his fault that we think gold bars are stacked in vast cathedral-tall warehouses and that secret agents escape capture by using jetpacks or ejector seats.
We meet again mr Bond
It is estimated that since Dr. No, a quarter of the world's population have seen at least one Bond film.
No also launched a successful genre of "secret agent" films that flourished in the s. No to the British film industry cannot be overstated, as it, and the subsequent Bond series of films, "form the backbone of the industry". No's lair can be seen in another film he worked on, Dr. No were contributors to subsequent films, including Monty Norman's Bond theme and Maurice Binder's gun barrel sequence, variants of which all appeared in subsequent films.
These conventions were also lampooned in spoof films, such as the Austin Powers series.
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No, with the film Carry On Spying showing the villain Dr. In OctopussyBond introduces himself at the reception of an Indian hotel and is told, 'We've been expecting you'. While the phrase has no sinister overtones — indeed it is a perfectly reasonable phrase at the hotel, since Bond made a reservation — it is possible that it serves as a knowing wink to the audience in reference to its general association with Bond films.
This cannot be said of the use of the phrase in Dr Nosince the film is the first in the series and so establishes Bond convention and structure, rather than replicates it.
One of the men shouts out, 'Come on out. We know you're there. In this case the phrase is unlikely to carry the connotation that it does in later films, as it is an adaptation of Fleming's writing. In the book, the henchman says, 'Come on out and you won't get hurt We've seen where you came ashore. We've spotted the boat under the driftwood' Chapter 9.
The 'we've been expecting you' phrase is simply a more economical way of conveying what Fleming wrote. I'd been expecting you'.