In honor of Netflix adding the mass majority of the older Bond movies to their instant watch lineup (Thunderball through Licence to Kill), I thought I would try and get everyone's favorites from the series before Brosnan. 1. What is your favorite of these Bond movies? 2. Who is your favorite of the first 4 Bonds? (Connery, Lazenby, Moore, Dalton) 3. Favorite villain or henchman? 4. Favorite Bond girl? 5. Favorite Q gadget or vehicle? 6. Favorite opening song? 7. Favorite one liner? 8. Favorite death of a villain? 9. Favorite insane scheme/plot/plans by a villain? 10. Favorite scene? 12. Favorite fight or battle? For me: 1. I don't know if I can pick a favorite. I love Thunderball and The Spy Who Love Me quite a bit, but I don't know if I can say they are my absolute favorites. 2. Connery is my favorite Bond, though I do enjoy Moore and Dalton. Lazenby is the only one who ever bugged me, but I feel like I should give OHMSS another go. 3. Donald Pleasance's version of Ernst Blofeld from You Only Live Twice gets my favorite villain vote. I'm pretty sure every parody of a spy movie villain would not exist without his performance. 4. Solitaire all the way. Can't go wrong with a young Jane Seymour. 5. Jetpack from the beginning of Thunderball. I'm pretty sure the jetpack in GTA: San Andreas is patterned after it. 6. I love most of the older Bond songs. I especially enjoy Duran Duran's "A View to a Kill" and A-ha's "The Living Daylights", though Tom Jones' rendition of "Thunderball" might top them all. 7. I have to do more rewatching of the movies before I can decide on a favorite one liner. 8. Yaphet Kotto getting blown up in Live and Let Die was pretty epic. 9. I love any of the plots that involve stealing impractical things like spaceships or submarines. 10. Any scene with Connery playing baccharat is awesome. 11. The fight at the very beginning of Thunderball against the S.P.E.C.T.R.E. agent disguised as a woman is actually very, very good. The fight is never cheesy or unrealistic, other than them speeding up the film at a few points. It's choreographed quite well for being 46 years old.