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The James Bond spy saga is one of the most successful and longest running film cycles. The story was originally conceived of by Ian Fleming (1909-1964). The character of James Bond first debuted in the 1952 novel "Casino Royale." The first movie was released in 1962. Over the course of the next 40 years and over 20 films, several composers have been responsible for creating the 007 spy soundtracks including John Barry, George Martin, Marvin Hamlisch, and Bill Conti. Each film soundtrack (except the first) contains a theme song sung by a pop star popular at the time of the film's release. Movies 5-8 in the series are "You Only Live Twice" (1967, theme song performed by Nancy Sinatra), "On Her Majesty's Secret Service" (1969, theme song performed by Louis Armstrong), "Diamonds are Forever" (1971, theme song performed by Shirley Bassey), and "Live and Let Die" (1973, theme song performed by Paul McCartney and Wings).
  
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