Pierce Brosnan is the deadliest James Bond ever with the highest number of kills while Roger Moore emerges as the lady killer among the six actors to don the iconic role.
When most people think of the meanest, deadliest James Bond, it is likely that Sean Connery or Daniel Craig will come to mind.
But as the famous film franchise turned 50 this week, it is actually soft-spoken Brosnan who has totted up the highest number of kills out of the six actors to take on the iconic role.
Moore and Connery closely follow with 51 kills each, with Craig trailing in fourth place with 25, despite his movies generally being described as grittier and more violent, the Daily Mail reported.
Craig has only ever uttered the famous phrase: 'Bond. James Bond', once in all of his three films, which include Quantum of Solace and Skyfall.
Unsurprisingly, Moore has said it far more than any other Bond, ten times over the course of his seven movies.
He also holds the record for the highest number of kisses with 20 onscreen clinches, closely followed by Connery with 18, and then Brosnan with 12.
Craig and Timothy Dalton both shared a measly four kisses with their various Bond girls while George Lazenby managed three in one and only Bond film 'On Her Majesty's Secret Service'.
It was Brosnan who helped bring the Bond series its then highest-ever box office takings in 1995 when he starred in 'Goldeneye'.
His next two Bond films, 'Tomorrow Never Dies' in 1997 and 'The World Is Not Enough' in 1999, unfortunately didn't match the success of the first.
But Brosnan's fourth and final film 'Die Another Day' again broke a box office record in 2002 taking USD 431,971,116.
That record was then smashed to smithereens when Craig took up the mantle in 2006 for 'Casino Royale', which made USD 594,239,066 at the Box Office.
The statistics have been correlated for the 50th anniversary of Bond films that was marked this week on October 5, Global James Bond Day.
A documentary 'Everything Or Nothing' was also released on the anniversary of the franchise which shows it has had its ups and downs.