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YouTube offering 19 classic James Bond films for free in December
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The first 19 James Bond movies are now free to stream on YouTube for at least the month of December.
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The company announced earlier this month that it will offer a bevy of classic “Bond” films for free with advertisement breaks on YouTube. However, users who opt for the site’s Premium paid membership will be able to view without ads.
Every canon Bond movie from the first iteration of the franchise, “Dr. No” starring the late Sean Connery, to Pierce Brosnan’s penultimate outing as the character in the 1999 installment, “The World Is Not Enough,” are currently available to stream on YouTube and its supported apps on devices.
Although Brosnan’s “Die Another Day” as well as all of Daniel Craig’s films (“Casino Royale,” “Quantum of Solace,” “Skyfall” and “Spectre”) are not included, offshoots of the franchise such as the 1954 version of “Casino Royale” and the documentary “Everything or Nothing: The Untold Story of 007” are available for free this month as well.