Ian Fleming's first James Bond novel, Casino Royale, was published in 1953, and since then we've followed the exploits of the spy with the license to kill from country to country and woman to woman for more than five decades. You may only live twice, but Bond seems like he may just live forever. As James Bond movies often have a Thanksgiving season release and are watched among families together around the holiday, this seemed like a good time to share some trivia about the world's greatest spy.
1. Ian Fleming named James Bond after an ornithologist because it was the "dullest name" he'd ever heard.