Film Movies Written By Ian Fleming

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This is a list of films written by Ian Fleming, screenwriter. This list of movies written by Ian Fleming is alphabetical and can be sorted for other bits of information such as who directed the film and what genre it falls under. These Ian Fleming screenplays are not unfinished works; they have all been produced and released somewhere in the world. Any unreleased Ian Fleming films are not included on this list. Ian Fleming has written some very iconic movies over the years, so if you're trying to find popular Ian Fleming films that you haven't seen already then this list is the perfect guide for doing so.

List below includes Die Another Day, The Poppy Is Also a Flower and more movies.

You can use this list to answer the questions, "What movies did Ian Fleming write?" and "How many movies did Ian Fleming write?"

This list includes almost all of Ian Fleming's screenplay credits. You can click on the names of the movies Ian Fleming wrote in order to find out more about each individual Ian Fleming film. Trailers for each movie can also be seen if you click on the video previews for these Ian Fleming films. (6 items)
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Casino Royale is a 1954 television adaptation of the novel of the same name by Ian Fleming. An episode of the dramatic anthology series Climax!, the show is the first screen adaptation of a James Bond novel and stars Barry Nelson and Peter Lorre. Though this marks the first onscreen appearance of the character of James Bond, Nelson's character is played as an American agent with "Combined Intelligence" and is referred to as "Jimmy" by several characters. Most of the largely forgotten show was located in the 1980s by film historian Jim Schoenberger, with the ending found afterward. The rights to the program were acquired by MGM at the same time as the rights for the 1967 film version of ...more on Wikipedia

Actors: Peter Lorre, Linda Christian, Barry Nelson, Michael Pate, Jean Del Val, + more

Initial Release: 1954

Directed by: Gene Roth, William H. Brown Jr.

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Die Another Day is the twentieth spy film in the James Bond series, and the fourth and last film to star Pierce Brosnan as the fictional MI6 agent James Bond. The film follows Bond as he leads a mission to North Korea, during which he is betrayed and, after seemingly killing a rogue North Korean colonel, is captured and imprisoned. More than a year later Bond is released as part of a prisoner exchange. Surmising that someone within the British government betrayed him, he attempts to earn redemption by tracking down his betrayer and killing a North Korean agent he believes was involved in his torture. Die Another Day, produced by Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli, and directed by Lee ...more on Wikipedia

Actors: Madonna, Halle Berry, Pierce Brosnan, John Cleese, Judi Dench, + more

Initial Release: 2002

Directed by: Lee Tamahori

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On Her Majesty's Secret Service is the sixth spy film in the James Bond series, based on the 1963 novel of the same name by Ian Fleming. Following the decision of Sean Connery to retire from the role after You Only Live Twice, Eon Productions selected an unknown actor and model, George Lazenby, to play the part of James Bond. During the making of the film, Lazenby decided that he would play the role of Bond only once. In the film Bond faces Blofeld, who is planning to sterilise the world's food supply through a group of brainwashed "angels of death", unless his demands are met for an international amnesty for his previous crimes, recognition of his title as the Count De Bleuchamp and to be ...more on Wikipedia

Actors: Diana Rigg, Joanna Lumley, Telly Savalas, George Lazenby, Julie Ege, + more

Initial Release: 1969

Directed by: Peter R. Hunt

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The Incredible World of James Bond was a 1965 television special produced by David L. Wolper for United Artists Television to showcase the James Bond film series and promote the upcoming December 1965 release of the film Thunderball. In the United States, the show replaced The Man From U.N.C.L.E. on NBC on Friday, 26 November 1965; the day after American Thanksgiving that unofficially begins the shopping frenzy for Christmas. It was the highest rated American television show for the week. ...more on Wikipedia

Initial Release: 1965

Directed by: Jack Haley, Jr.

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