Author and spy scholar Dr Wesley Britton has posted a look at the many directors who have brought the James Bond films to the big screen. "By all accounts, it was Young who took a rather rough-hewn Scot under his wing and molded the ex-boxer in Young's own sophisticated image. It was Young who showed Connery how to dine in fine cuisine settings, helped him pick tailor-made suits, and how to make 007 a more elegant figure than Ian Fleming had crafted in the original novels. As a result, Dr. No (1962) introduced a template that would grow and evolve, at least for a few years." More at From Terence Young to Sam Mendes: The Many Faces Who Shot James Bond.