Arrrrggg! Never Say Never Again is not an "official" Bond film!
There is a long story behind it (basically legal wranglings between Fleming and Kevin McClory) but it is simply a remake of Thunderball starring a very old Sean Connery (with even older toupé!) and lots of non-Bond actors, that McClory was allowed to do by the courts after 10 years of the original Thunderball, but it took him until 1983 to sell it.
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Anyway, EON - the Bond originators - now own the rights to NSNA and the comedy Casino Royale, so they could, in theory, use both these titles for real Bond films.
Fleming wrote 13 books, all of which have been used as film titles so far, although one of these was a collection of five short stories - For Your Eyes Only - of which Quantum of Solace, Risico and The Hildebrand Rarity have not been used. He also wrote a short story for Playboy called 007 in New York.
Also, GoldenEye wasn't a book title but the name of Fleming's house in Jamaica.
/pedant This comment was edited on Mar 13, 09:34.
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