1962 saw the birth of a franchise that refuses to die...Bond, James Bond. One thing that has remained fairly consisted throughout the series is the memorable opening credit sequence, which usually contains silhouetted figures dancing to the soon-to-be-famous title song. The first film in the series, Dr. No, begins with some then-progressive electronic synth sounds which eventually give way to the now-iconic Monty Norman (not John Barry) Bond theme, while colored dots fill the screen in seemingly random patterns. Then the silhouettes appear. It must have seemed pretty wild back in '62.
That just about everybody managed to get it (save for a dozen or so who guessed Une femme est une femme) has led me to make one change -- I'm going to extend the round by four weeks, making it 16 quizzes in all. (Plus, there are a lot of credit sequences I'm dying to use.)
This week -- another easy one, I'm afraid, but such a great opening it is. Submit your answers to this address. Good luck!