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Casino Royale (13-Apr-1967)

Directors: John Huston; Ken Hughes; Val Guest; Robert Parrish; Joseph McGrath

Writers: Wolf Mankowitz; John Law; Michael Sayers

From novel: Casino Royale by Ian Fleming

Music Composed and Conducted by: Burt Bacharach

Producers: Charles K. Feldman; Jerry Bresler

Keywords: Comedy, James Bond

After operatives begin disappearing all over the world and "M" murdered, MI6 agent James Bond is called out of retirement. To confuse SMERSH, Bond gives orders that all field agents use the name "James Bond." Produced by Columbia Pictures and not by Eon, a spoof format was chosen as the studio felt it could not compete with the mainstream Bond franchise. No fewer than five directors, most unaware of what the others were doing, contributed to the madness of this incoherent film. As standalone art, some of the segments are quite good. Val Guest had the unenviable job of trying to tie the pieces together.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Woody Allen
Film Director
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Ursula Andress
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Jean-Paul Belmondo
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Jacqueline Bisset
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Charles Boyer
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Ronnie Corbett
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Bernard Cribbins
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Percy Herbert
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William Holden
17-Apr-1918 16-Nov-1981 Stalag 17
John Huston
Film Director
5-Aug-1906 28-Aug-1987 The Maltese Falcon
Kurt Kasznar
13-Aug-1913 6-Aug-1979 Fitzhugh on Land of the Giants
Deborah Kerr
30-Sep-1921 16-Oct-2007 From Here to Eternity
Daliah Lavi
12-Oct-1940 3-May-2017 The Whip and the Body
Gabriella Licudi
14-Sep-1941   Unearthly Stranger
Duncan Macrae
20-Aug-1905 23-Mar-1967 The Little Kidnappers
Derek Nimmo
19-Sep-1930 24-Feb-1999 All Gas and Gaiters
David Niven
1-Mar-1909 29-Jul-1983 Pencil-moustachioed actor
Joanna Pettet
16-Nov-1942   Casino Royale
George Raft
26-Sep-1895 24-Nov-1980 Actor with Mafia ties
Peter Sellers
8-Sep-1925 24-Jul-1980 Inspector Clouseau
Graham Stark
20-Jan-1922 29-Oct-2013 The Return of the Pink Panther
Richard Wattis
25-Feb-1912 1-Feb-1975 English comic actor
Orson Welles
6-May-1915 10-Oct-1985 Citizen Kane


Peter Sellers   ...   Evelyn Tremble (James Bond-007)
Ursula Andress   ...   Vesper Lynd (007)
David Niven   ...   Sir James Bond
Orson Welles   ...   Le Chiffre
Joanna Pettet   ...   Mata Bond
Daliah Lavi   ...   The Detainer (007)
Woody Allen   ...   Jimmy Bond (Dr. Noah)
Deborah Kerr   ...   Agent Mimi (alias Lady Fiona)
William Holden   ...   Ransome
Charles Boyer   ...   Le Grand
John Huston   ...   McTarry (M)
Kurt Kasznar   ...   Smernov
George Raft   ...   Himself
Jean-Paul Belmondo   ...   French Legionnaire
Terence Cooper   ...   Cooper (James Bond-007)
Barbara Bouchet   ...   Moneypenny
Angela Scoular   ...   Buttercup
Gabriella Licudi   ...   Eliza
Tracey Crisp   ...   Heather
Elaine Taylor   ...   Peg
Jacqueline Bisset   ...   Miss Goodthighs
Alexandra Bastedo   ...   Meg
Anna Quayle   ...   Frau Hoffner
Derek Nimmo   ...   Hadley
Ronnie Corbett   ...   Polo
Colin Gordon   ...   Casino Director
Bernard Cribbins   ...   Taxi Driver
Tracy Reed   ...   Fang Leader
John Bluthal   ...   Casino Doorman & MI5 Man
Geoffrey Bayldon   ...   "Q"
John Wells   ...   "Q's" Assistant
Duncan Macrae   ...   Insp. Mathis
Graham Stark   ...   Cashier
Chic Murray   ...   Chic
Jonathan Routh   ...   John
Richard Wattis   ...   British Army Officer
Vladek Sheybal   ...   Le Chiffre's Representative
Percy Herbert   ...   1st Piper
Penny Riley   ...   Control Girl
Jeanne Roland   ...   Captain of the Guards


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