84% of people can't guess these James Bond movies from a single image. Can you?

By: Neil Heater
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Did you know that there have been 26 James Bond films and 12 different actors who have played the iconic gentleman over the last 54 years? You did if you're a true James Bond fan! 007 movies are just as popular today as when they first came out in 1962. But 84% of people can't identify each James Bond movie from one image of a scene. Can you? Prove it and challenge your friends!

In 2012's Skyfall, iconic characters Q and Moneypenny return, and Judi Dench plays M for the last time. This 23rd Bond success features Daniel Craig, with the bonus of a theme song performed by Adele.

Pierce Brosnan plays Bond in GoldenEye. Bond must stop a former MI6 agent from causing a global financial meltdown. Judi Dench portrays M - a character previously portrayed as being male.

Goldfinger, the third of the Bond hits, came out in 1964. Sean Connery shows up as Bond once again.

Spectre, released in 2015, is the 26th Bond film. Daniel Craig makes his fourth appearance as Bond, and Christoph Waltz plays Ernst Stavro Blofeld. Spectre was more expensive than any Bond film that came before, with a budget of $245 million.

Quantum of Solace came out in 2008, with Daniel Craig as James Bond. To prepare for this movie, Craig studied boxing, boating, and stunt driving. During filming, he suffered a gash in the face and one of his fingertips was sliced off!

1981's For Your Eyes Only was the last Bond film to be produced solely by United Artists. Roger Moore starred and the title song was performed by Sheena Easton.

Sean Connery returns in From Russia with Love, the second Bond flick. This was a blockbuster hit compared to the first one.

The Spy Who Loved Me is the tenth Bond film and the third for Roger Moore. It features a catchy theme song, Nobody Does It Better, performed by Carly Simon, written by Marvin Hamlisch and Carole Bayer Sager.

When George Lazenby was cast to play James Bond in On Her Majesty's Secret Service, he was an unknown actor and model. He was the youngest actor to play Bond and he earned a Golden Globe for his work, but he never returned for a second film.

This 1965 movie, Thunderball, features Sean Connery in the starring role for the fourth time. It earned an Oscar nomination for special effects.

The 1967 version of Casino Royale is a spoof of the Bond franchise, starring David Niven. He is backed up by an impressive array of stars, including Peter Sellers, Woody Allen, and even Orson Welles.

You Only Live Twice, released in 1967, is the fifth Bond adventure starring Sean Connery. At the time, this film was expected to be Connery's final appearance as Bond.

On Her Majesty's Secret Service features George Lazenby's only appearance as the famous spy. This is the sixth of the Bond movie series.

Sean Connery reprises his role as Bond in the seventh film, Diamonds Are Forever. Bond impersonates a diamond smuggler to thwart the Spectre organization.

Roger Moore takes over as the charming British agent in Live and Let Die. This eighth Bond thriller focused on the issue of drug trafficking.

Roger Moore returns in this ninth Bond film. Released in 1974, The Man with the Golden Gun includes comedy as the bad guys try to harness the power of the sun.

The Spy Who Loved Me is the 10th Bond flick, coming out in 1977. Roger Moore makes his third appearance as James Bond. Some scenes were shot on location in Egypt, Italy, and the Bahamas.

Moonraker stars Roger Moore once again as the British agent James Bond. This 11th take on Bond came out in 1979 and involves the theft of a space shuttle.

Octopussy is the thirteenth film about James Bond and the sixth for Roger Moore. A wealthy business owner, Octopussy, has a floating palace in India.

Dr. No is the first film featuring the infamous British Spy. It came out in 1962. Sean Connery will always be remembered as the first James Bond.

Sean Connery returns to portray Bond - for the seventh time - in Never Say Never Again. This film was released in 1983, a full 12 years after Connery's Diamonds Are Forever.

To keep you on your toes, we're returning to the first film about iconic character, James Bond. Sean Connery is Bond, James Bond, in 1962's Dr. No.

Fifteenth of the Bond genre, For Your Eyes Only marks the first appearance of Timothy Dalton as the MI6 agent. The Bond Girl in this film is Maryam d'Abo.

1989's Licence to Kill is the first Bond movie that doesn't feature the title of an Ian Fleming Bond story. It marks the second and final time Timothy Dalton would be James Bond.

GoldenEye is the first Bond flick not following the writing of Bond creator Ian Fleming. Pierce Brosnan portrays Bond in this 17th of the movie hits.

This 18th film, Tomorrow Never Dies, came out in 1997 and stars Pierce Brosnan. The original Bond film producer, Albert Broccoli, is given a special end credit memorial; this was the first Bond film made after his death.

The title reflects a line from another Bond film, On Her Majesty's Secret Service. Pierce Brosnan makes his third appearance as Bond in the 19th Bond movie. Exotic film locations include Azerbaijan and Turkey.

This 2002 film, Die Another Day, marked the 40-year anniversary of the Bond franchise. Pierce Brosnan starred in this 20th film, making his final appearance.

Sean Connery appears in this first James Bond film, Dr. No, along with actress Ursula Andress. It was filmed in Jamaica and England.

Octopussy was released in 1983, the same year as Never Say Never Again, another Bond flick. Roger Moore stars as James Bond in this 1983 release; Maud Adams is Octopussy.

This second Bond film, From Russia with Love, did better at the box office than the first one. The Spectre organization seeks to avenge the death of Dr. No in this film, which ran over budget and behind schedule.

The World Is Not Enough is the 19th Bond film. Pierce Brosnan stars in this 1999 release. John Cleese of Monty Python fame appears as Q's assistant - Bond assumes the assistant must be called R.

Skyfall is the 23rd Bond film, featuring Daniel Craig as the MI6 Bond. Some critics though this was Craig's first convincing performance as the iconic spy.

The title, Never Say Never Again, is a spoof on Sean Connery coming back as Bond. He had previously announced that he would never again play the role.

The plot of Die Another Day involves captivity, torture, African blood diamonds, and a hovercraft chase. Just another adventure for James Bond.

From Russia with Love was the fifth Bond novel by Ian Fleming, and it inspired the second Bond film. Producer Albert R. Broccoli thought this was one of the best Fleming stories about the international spy.

Roger Moore comes back as Bond in The Man with the Golden Gun. Given the title, many fans could predict that this ninth Bond film would end with a duel.

A View to a Kill is the fourteenth Bond film and the last to star Roger Moore. Creepy Christopher Walken plays a classic Bond villain and the fierce Grace Jones plays his lover.

1971's Diamonds Are Forever includes a brief appearance by Jimmy Dean, known for his music and his pork sausage. Sean Connery reluctantly returned to play Bond for one final time after the studio made him an offer he couldn't refuse.

In 1964's Goldfinger, Sean Connery stars for the third time as Bond. Jill Masterson and Honor Blackman appear as obligatory Bond Girls. A toy Aston Martin DB5, inspired by the Bond mystique, was a top-selling toy in 1964.

Licence to Kill, released in 1989, is the sixteenth Bond film and Timothy Dalton's last. Originally the title was going to be Licence Revoked, but marketers realized that too many moviegoers didn't know the meaning of the word 'revoked."

Daniel Craig plays Bond in Spectre, the 24th film in the franchise. At the 2012 Olympic Games, held in London, Craig appeared as Bond at the Opening Ceremony, accompanying Queen Elizabeth II.

Quantum of Solace, the 22nd Bond film, was written during the 2007-2008 Writers' Strike. Actor Daniel Craig and director Marc Forster stepped up and helped finish the script, although they did not receive screenwriters' credit.

For Your Eyes Only, released in 1981, was the first Bond film directed by John Glen. He had previously worked on others as editor and second unit director, though, so he had some valuable experience.

in Moonraker, Richard Kiel returns for a second appearance as the intimidating bodyguard, Jaws - with stainless steel teeth. He first appeared in an earlier Bond film, The Spy Who Loved Me. Kiel made a comedic reference to his Jaws character during a cameo in the 1999 film, Inspector Gadget.

Maud Adams plays the title character in the 1983 Bond film, Octopussy. The character's real name is Octavia, but she got the questionable nickname because her father studied octopi. In the original Ian Fleming short story, Octopussy was merely a pet octopus.

As James Bond, Sean Connery is still fighting the evil Spectre organization in Thunderball. Spectre stole two atom bombs and is threatening to destroy a major city - not specified at first, but ultimately said to be Miami. Thunderball was the first Bond film shot in widescreen and the first to run for more than two hours.

Timothy Dalton debuts as James Bond in 1987 in The Living Daylights, the fifteenth Bond film. Dalton previously played Rhett Butler in a 1994 miniseries, Scarlett.

1962 brought the first Bond film, Dr. No, starring Sean Connery. Connery was knighted in 2000 by Queen Elizabeth II and he is considered by many to be Scotland's Greatest Living National Treasure.

Roger Moore plays Bond in this 1983 classic, Live and Let Die. Former Beatle Paul McCartney wrote the title song, and it was performed by Paul McCartney and Wings. Former Beatles producer George Martin produced the song and arranged the orchestral section.

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