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The Living Daylights (1987)

The last Fleming title to be used for a movie-signalled yet another change in the direction of the series. This was mostly due to the new actor signed to play James Bond: Timothy Dalton. A great fan of Connery's rendering of 007, Dalton's approach to the character was deadly serious. Prior to production, he returned to the original source Ian Fleming in order to study his part. A Shakespearean actor, the British Dalton bring enormous believability and charisma to the role, arguably becoming the best Bond since Connery. Released in 1987, "The Living Daylights" is a complex and intriguing thriller that emerges as one of the best Bond movies. The plot concerns a diamonds for opium scene involving a phony KGB defection and assassination operation.

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