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Dr No, Thunderball, Casino Royale? Vote now for the best Bond film

There's got to be a Dalton fan out there somewhere

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Poll Over the past couple of weeks, we've had an entertaining time deciding on the vilest Bond villain and the ultimate movie Bond, so the the time has come to pose perhaps the most critical 007 question: What's the best James Bond film?

Sean Connery was voted your fave Bond, so we suspect one of his outings has to be in with a strong chance here. That's not to say one of a lesser 007's appearances won't take the title, if our discerning reader film fans decide the overall experience merits it.

We've included the "unofficial" Never Say Never Again in our poll, as is only right and proper, but we suspect it has little chance of glory.

So, it's over to you...

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