Bond One Liners: 007's Best Pre- And Post-Death Zingers (VIDEO)

"I think they were on their way to a funeral." In 1962's "Dr. No," Sean Connery-as-James Bond uttered that witty bon mot after a group of nefarious henchmen were driven off a cliff. The line, part of a script written by at least three people (with two other writers uncredited), was one of the first post-death zingers Bond said, and in the 50 years since, he's run off quite a few more.

To celebrate the release of "Skyfall" and 007's 50th anniversary, HuffPost Entertainment has put together some of Bond's most memorable one-liners, from "Goldfinger" ("Shocking, positively shocking") to "Thunderball" ("I think he got the point") all the way through "Casino Royale." Watch above as Connery, Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, Pierce Brosnan and Daniel Craig spit out the Borscht Belt-y lines with aplomb, and leave your favorite Bond quip in the comments below.

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CORRECTION: An earlier version of this post mistakenly referred to "Pearce Brosnan" instead of Pierce Brosnan. The error has been corrected and the author was dispatched with a quippy one-liner.

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