A GRAND total of 20 James Bond movies are available to watch online completely for free.
The impressive selection of classic Bond films has been uploaded to YouTube – with no charge.
Kick off your festive Bond binge with 1962’s Dr No, starring the late Sean ConneryCredit: Eon Productions
Like most YouTube content, you’ll have to endure some ads.
But it’s a great way to tick some Bonds off your list – or rewatch some favourites – without paying a penny.
And the collection has been uploaded just in time for your festive binge-watching.
Check it out here.
Goldfinger is one of the 20 free Bond films available on YouTube right nowCredit: Eon Productions
There’s no word on when the collection will be taken down.
However, new Bond flick No Time To Die is out on April 2, 2021, so they may disappear before then.
If you’re worried that these are pirated movies, don’t: these are uploaded by MGM.
MGM Home Entertainment owns the rights to Bond films produced by British firm Eon Productions.
Bond legend Sean Connery just a few weeks ago, so you may want to enjoy some of his best titles.
These include Dr No, From Russian With Love and Goldfinger.
If you prefer “newer” titles, Pierce Brosnan’s Tomorrow Never Dies and Goldeneye are both on the list.
Sadly, none of Daniel Craig’s Bond films have made the playlist – but the trailer for the upcoming No Time To Die is on there.
The oldest film on the list is Dr No, which came out way back in 1962.
James Bond on YOUTUBE
Here’s the full list of movies available for free right now…
- The World is Not Enough
- Tomorrow Never Dies
- Licence to Kill
- The Living Daylights
- A View to a Kill
- Never Say Never Again
- For Your Eyes Only
- The Spy Who Loved Me
- The Man with the Golden Gun
- Live and Let Die
- Diamonds Are Forever
- On Her Majesty’s Secret Service
- You Only Live Twice
- From Russia With Love
- Dr No
Check out the playlist here.
If you want to watch on the telly, that’s fine – most modern TVs have a YouTube app available.
You can also use third-party devices like Google Chromecast or an Apple TV.
And some TV models will let you stream YouTube directly from your phone.
Is your favourite on the list? Let us know in the comments!
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