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In the beginning, James Bond started out as a super suave British spy with brains, charm, and a knack for finding creative ways to get out of a tight spot. Over time, the character has evolved (and sometimes devolved), and on occasion the over-the-top silliness of the movies can undercut 007's daring and wit.

With GoldenEye and Thunderball airing tonight and a whole 007 marathon airing tomorrow, we thought now would be a great time to chart Bond’s camp factor through the ages. We’ve picked one Bond flick from every decade to represent that era’s 007 and rated them to see how the different Jameses stack up cheese-wise.

Don't miss our double-0 double feature tonight starting at 7p Et/ 4p Pt. Tomorrow's four-movie Bond marathon begins bright and early at 9:30a Et and leads right into the premiere of Beverly Hills Pawn at 9p Et/ 8p Pt.

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