Goldfinger: The Best Bond Film?

Two perennial questions for James Bond fans: Who is your favorite Bond and what is your favorite Bond movie? On December 22, 1964, the third film in the long running series, “Goldfinger,” starring Sean Connery, Shirley Eaton, Gert Fröbe, and Honor Blackman, had its North American premiere in New York City.

Some Bond trivia: Gert Fröbe’s English was so bad that British voice actor, Michael Collins, was hired to loop it. That’s also Collins voice you hear speaking the lines of Tiger Tanaka, the head of the Japanese Secret Service in “You Only Live Twice”.

For me, there is still no bond like Sean. Daniel Craig is evolving into second place on my list. What’s the most underrated Bond flick? To my taste “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service”, starring one time Bond, George Lazenby and former Avenger, Dianna Rigg doesn’t get enough love. One wonders how it would rate in the series had Sean Connery hung around?