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Dalton era: bring back the quality with two back to back good movies.
Connery: Middle-ish of the marathon, you’ve been properly warmed up, it’s time for the classics.
Craig: Follow up Connery with perhaps the second most popular take on the character.
Lazenby: After NTTD’s homage, slide back in time for the real stuff.
Moore: After the stint of heavier emotional films, end on the fun, easy-going Moores.
In order of publication of the books or short stories from whence came the films - QUALIFIER
A. Either this purposely does NOT include all the films (because they're not all from books or short stories), or
B. Include films which significantly inspired the films which did not come from books or short stories
C. Or just put those "non-literary Bond films" at the end of the line
there are other approaches, too, but I'll just go with this one this time - The "A" route, described above:
what a wild start, right ?
And that's it for that set...Wow ! What crazy juxtapositions !
To help illustrate that, here it is again, with Bond actor noted
CR '55 Barry Nelson
CR '67 David Niven
CR '06 Daniel Craig
STILL what a wild start, right ?
LALD Roger Moore
MR Roger Moore
DAF Sean Connery
FRWL Sean Connery
DN Sean Connery
GF Sean Connery
FYEO Roger Moore
TB Sean Connery
NSNA Sean Connery
TSWLM Roger Moore
OHMSS George Lazenby
YOLT Sean Connery
TMWTGG Roger Moore
OP Roger Moore
TLD Timothy Dalton
I see some other approaches, too, and I'll save for other posts...