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Dr No - Movie Information

Year of Production: 1962
Date of Release: 5 October 1962 (UK), 8 May 1963 (US)
Running Times: 105 mins
Format: Technicolor 35mm
Classification: PG (UK)
Ratio: 1.37:1 [negative ratio]; 1.66:1 [intended ratio for European prints]; 1.85:1 [intended ratio for US prints]
Sound: mono


Sean Connery [James Bond]
Ursula Andress [Honey Ryder]
Joseph Wiseman [Dr No]
Jack Lord [Felix Leiter]
Bernard Lee [M]
Anthony Dawson [Professor Dent]
John Kitzmiller [Quarrel]
Zena Marshall [Miss Taro]
Eunice Gayson [Sylvia Trench]
Lois Maxwell [Miss Moneypenny]
Peter Burton [Major Boothroyd]
Yvonne Shima [Sister Lily]
Michelle Mok [Sister Rose]
Louis Blaazer [Playdell-Smith]
Reginald Carter [Jones]
William Foster-Davis [Superintendant Duff]
Marguerite Le Wars [photographer]
Dolores Keater [Mary]
Colonel Cornett Burton [General Potter]
Lester Prendergast [Puss-Feller]
Tim Moxton [Strangways]
Bob Simmons [James Bond in opening titles - uncredited]
Margaret Ellery [stewardess- uncredited]
John Hatton [radio operator - uncredited]
Stanley Morgan [concierge In casino - uncredited]
Milton Reid [Dr No's guard - uncredited]
Maxwell Shaw [communications foreman - uncredited]
Monica van der Syl [voice of Honey Ryder - uncredited]
Bob Simmons [James Bond in gunbarrel sequence - uncredited]


Production Company: Eon Productions
Producers: Harry Saltzman, Albert R. Broccoli
Production Manager: L.C. Rudkin

Screenplay: Richard Maibaum, Johanna Harwood, Berkely Mather, Terence Young
Novel: Ian Fleming

Director: Terence Young
Assistant Director: Clive Reed
2nd Assistant Director: David Anderson [uncredited]
3rd Assistant Director: John Meadows [uncredited]

Director of Photography: Ted Moore
Camera Operator: John Winbolt
Clapper Loader: Alan Jones [uncredited]
Focus Puller: John Shinerock [uncredited]
Stills: Bert Cann [uncredited]

Editor: Peter Hunt
Assistant Editor: Ben Reyner

Music: Monty Norman
Music Conducted By: Eric Rogers
Orchestrations: Burt Rhodes
James Bond Theme Performed By: John Barry and Orchestra

Sound Recording: Wally Milner, John Dennis
Dubbing Editor: Archie Ludski, Norman Wanstall
Boom Operator: Don Wortham [uncredited]

Make Up: John O'Gorman
Hair: Eileen Warwick
Costumes: Tessa Welborn
Wardrobe Master: John Brady [uncredited]
Wardrobe Mistress: Eileen Sullivan [uncredited]

Special Effects: Frank George
Main Title Designer: Maurice Binder
Animation: Trevor Bond

Production Designer: Ken Adam
Set Dresser: Freda Pearson
Chief Draughtsman: Alan Tomkins [uncredited]

Continuity: Helen Whitson
Production Accountant: Stanley Sopel [uncredited]
Accountant: Len Chance [uncredited]
Production Secretary: Maureen Whitty [uncredited]
Director of Publicity: Roy McGregor [uncredited]
Unit Publicist: Jean Garioch [uncredited]
Chief Stuntman: Bob Simmons [uncredited]
Casting: James Liggat [uncredited]


Ocho Rios, Jamaica; Trinidad; Pinewood Studios, England

Alternative Titles

James Bond Chases Dr No (Germany), James Bond Vs Dr No (France & Belgium), Licence To Kill (Italy), Agent 007 Vs The Satanic Dr No (Spain & Portugal), 007 Is The Killing Number: Dr No (Japan), Agent 007: Mission: Kill Dr No (Denmark), Agent 007 With A Licence To Kill (Sweden).

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