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#51. -- 51 -- Women Bond has slept with over the 21 films to date.
#52. -- 88 -- Parachute jumps it took to produce the 2 minutes of skydiving footage in Moonraker.
#53. -- 110 -- The length in feet traveled by the powerboat jumping over the causeway in Live And Let Die, then a world record.
#54. -- 120 -- The sum in millions of dollars that Die Another Day earned in merchandising from the likes of Aston Martin, Omega watches, Sony Ericsson phones, and Bollinger champagne among others.
#55. -- 144 -- The length of Casino Royale in minutes, making it the longest Bond film.
#56. -- 189 -- Sean Connery's height in centimeters (the tallest of the Bonds).
#57. -- 241 -- Confirmed kills by 007.
#58. -- 700 -- Tonnes of steel needed to build the $1 million volcano set for You Only Live Twice.
#59. -- 722 -- The height in feet of the bungee jump at the start of Goldeneye.
#60. -- 35,000 -- The amount in pounds sterling that Ursula Andress' white bikini from Dr. No went for at auction in Sotherby's in 2001.
#61. -- 36104 -- The combination to Fort Knox (according to Goldfinger).
#62. -- 59,000 -- The size in square feet of the 007 stage at Pinewood, at one time the largest soundstage in Europe.
#63. -- 588 million in dollars -- The most money taken worldwide at the box office by any single Bond film (Casino Royale).
#64. -- 4.44 billion -- The total amount in dollars earned worldwide by the films in the Bond franchise. Only the Harry Potter films have taken more money.
#65. Ian Fleming even made the cover of LIFE magazine, on 7 October 1966.
#66. The first U.S. paperback edition of Casino Royale was retitled You Asked for It.
#67. Apart from books, his other passions were games, especially golf, which had been encouraged by his Scottish grandmother when he was a boy, cars, about which he had a deep knowledge, food, which he liked plain but of the highest quality, and women.
#68. Letters between Ian Fleming and his own 'Miss Moneypenny' (the typist Jean Frampton) sold for £14,340 at a recent auction almost five times more than expected.
#69. Although the first American Bond girl, Jill St John, didn't come along until 1971, there have now been more American-born actresses cast in the part than from any other country.
#70. James Bond's astrological sign is Scorpio.
#71. James Bond's parents are Andrew Bond, a Scotsman, and Monique Delacroix, from Canton de Vaud, Switzerland. Their nationalities were established in On Her Majesty's Secret Service.
#72. In 1954, CBS paid Ian Fleming for the rights to adapt Casino Royale into a one hour television adventure as part of their Climax! series. However, Barry Nelson played a CIA agent named Jimmy Bond, Clarence Lieter was a British agent played by Michael Pate and Peter Lorre was Le Chiffre.
#73. George Lucas has said on various occasions that Sean Connery's portrayal of Bond was one of the primary inspirations for the Indiana Jones character, a reason Connery was chosen for the role of Indiana's father in the third film of that series.
#74. Nobody Does It Better was the first Bond theme not to share its title with that of the movie, although the words "the spy who loved me" do appear in the lyrics.
#75. The only singer, to date, to appear within a title sequence is Sheena Easton during For Your Eyes Only. The only singer of a title song to appear as a character within the film itself, to date, is Madonna, who appeared (uncredited) as fencing instructor Verity, as well as contributing the theme for Die Another Day.