Dr. No

Dr. No, 1962. Image courtesy of Photofest.

(1962, directed by Terence Young, 111 mins., PG)

In the very first James Bond film, the dashing British Agent 007 (Sean Connery) investigates strange happenings on a Jamaican island and encounters the mad Dr. No, out for world domination. Ursula Andress set the standard for all Bond girls to come, and Dr. No set the standard for the high style and international intrigue of all Bond films to come.


Dr. No is screening as part of The National Bank of Indianapolis 2012 Summer Nights Film Series.

IMA Associate Members, please call 317-955-2339 to reserve your tickets.

$10 - Public Ticket
$6 - Member Ticket
Indianapolis Museum of Art 4000 Michigan Rd., Indianapolis, IN