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YouTube is giving James Bond fans a license to stream: The franchise’s first 20 films are now available to watch for free (with ads) on the video-sharing platform.
Whether you’re feeling nostalgic after the recent passing of Sir Sean Connery, or just want to fill the gap left by twice-delayed No Time to Die (now scheduled for April 2021), YouTube’s got you covered.
As spotted by SlashFilm, the official MGM channel is showing Dr. No, The World is Not Enough, and every spy thriller in between. (Plus a No Time to Die trailer.) YouTube Movies is also streaming the live 1954 TV adaptation of Ian Fleming’s Casino Royale, as well as Everything or Nothing, a 2012 documentary commemorating 50 years of James Bond films.
There’s no word on how long the flicks will be available—whether this is just a festive offering or a permanent chance for folks to catch up on the nearly six-decade-old collection. (Those with a free NBCUniversal Peacock account or access to PlutoTV can also get in on the action.)
- Dr. No (1962): Sean Connery
- From Russia With Love (1963): Sean Connery
- Goldfinger (1964): Sean Connery
- Thunderball (1965): Sean Connery
- You Only Live Twice (1967): Sean Connery
- On Her Majesty’s Secret Service (1969): George Lazenby
- Diamonds Are Forever (1971): Sean Connery
- Live and Let Die (1973): Roger Moore
- The Man With the Golden Gun (1974): Roger Moore
- The Spy Who Loved Me (1977): Roger Moore
- Moonraker (1979): Roger Moore
- For Your Eyes Only (1981): Roger Moore
- Octopussy (1983): Roger Moore
- Never Say Never Again (1983): Sean Connery
- A View to a Kill (1985): Roger Moore
- The Living Daylights (1987): Timothy Dalton
- Licence to Kill (1989): Timothy Dalton
- GoldenEye (1995): Pierce Brosnan
- Tomorrow Never Dies (1997): Pierce Brosnan
- The World Is Not Enough (1999): Pierce Brosnan
For whatever reason, Brosnan’s final Bond film, Die Another Day (2002), is not included in the list, nor are any of Daniel Craig’s new-millennium movies. Also missing is the 1967 third-party produced Casino Royale, featuring David Niven as the secret agent. The lineup is currently available only to US viewers.
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