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5 Highest-Grossing Bond Movies Adjusted For Inflation

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Top 5 Bond Movies Adjusted For Inflation

The world's most famous spy is back. James Bond is once again gracing the movie screens with his high-tech gadgets and charming persona. With the latest Bond motion picture, "Skyfall," already grossing more than $650 million worldwide, one wonders if it will be able to match or top some of the most successful films in the franchise's history. James Bond has been around for a long time, and because of the difference in the value of the dollar, a movie now is sure to earn more than a movie from the 1980s. That is why the films in this slideshow have been adjusted for inflation.
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