The British Spy
James Bond, or the client “007”, the British spy who was the hero of a series of films that have achieved great success in the world cinema, loved by many generations, originally a figure inspired by the imagination of the journalist and British writer Ian Fleming.
In conjunction with the anniversary of the premiere of the first James Bond film, Al Watan reviews the history of the famous spy character.
James Bond is a fictional character created by novelist Ian Fleming in 1953 and the first novel called Casino Royale. Fleming wrote several novels and short stories from the Bond series during his life until his death in 1964. He continued to write novels and adventures for Bond From Kingsley Ames, John Pearson, Raymond Benson and Charlie Higgson.
Because of the work of the author in the British intelligence service during his life, the love of intelligence work led him to write a story full of action for a British hero called “James Bond,” and it seems that the story has grown to millions, he decided to write a series of adventures that hold the breath Of personality.
Bond’s true fame came through cinema through 24 films produced by EON Productions, as well as two independent film productions and an American series based on Fleming’s novels.
Bond has been embodied by several actors, including Sean Connery, George Laisenby, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, Pierce Brosnan and Daniel Craig, in a 25-film film series.