How the Birth of James Bond and ‘Dr. No’ Created the Modern Blockbuster 57 Years Ago — IndieWire

From today’s perspective, United Artists’ 1963 release of “Dr. No” looks like pure sabotage. After screening the first James Bond film for three weeks across 450 theaters in the Midwest, it finally debuted in New York and Los Angeles on the week of Memorial Day 1963. 650 more words

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