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STEVE INSKEEP, HOST:

OK. We asked and you answered by the thousands. When we kicked off Bond week on Monday, we invited you to go online and vote for the actor you think was the best.

(SOUNDBITE OF MOVIE, "DR.NO")

SEAN CONNERY: (as James Bond) Bond. James Bond.

RENEE MONTAGNE, HOST:

The Scottish brogue there might give away the winner - and it was not even close. The original Bond, Sean Connery, thumped the competition, getting twice the number of votes as his nearest challenger, the latest Bond, Daniel Craig.

INSKEEP: Dead last on the list was Australia's George Lazenby, whose only appearance was on "Her Majesty's Secret Service," a film maybe most notable for its Louis Armstrong song, which brings us to our next Bond topic.

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