18 Best Spy Movies Series of All Time
1. James Bond
The James Bond series focuses on a fictional British Secret Service agent created in 1953 by writer Ian Fleming, who featured him in twelve novels and two short-story collections. One of the best spy movies series.
2. Bulldog Drummond
Hugh “Bulldog” Drummond is a fictional character, created by H. C. McNeile and published under his pen name “Sapper”. Following McNeile’s death in 1937, the novels were continued by Gerard Fairlie. Old is gold type spy movies series
3. OSS 117
A spy goes to Cairo where he looks into the death of a fellow agent, pretending to be the proprietor of a chicken farm. Much to his surprise, there, he happens to unveil an international conspiracy.
4. Mr. Moto
Mr. Moto is a fictional Japanese secret agent created by the American author John P. Marquand. He appeared in six novels by Marquand published between 1935 and 1957. Marquand initially created the character for the Saturday Evening Post, which was seeking stories with an Asian hero after the death of Charlie Chan‘s creator Earl Derr Biggers.
6. Mission: Impossible
Mission: Impossible is a series of American action spy films both based on and a follow-on from the television series of the same name created by Bruce Geller. The series is mainly produced by and stars Tom Cruise, whose character is Ethan Hunt, an agent of the Impossible Missions Force (IMF). The films have been directed, written, and scored from various filmmakers and crew, while incorporating musical themes from the original series by Lalo Schifrin.
7. Spy Kids
10. Matt Helm
Matt Helm is a fictional character created by author Donald Hamilton. He is a U.S. government counter-agent—a man whose primary job is to kill or nullify enemy agents—not a spy or secret agent in the ordinary sense of the term as used in spy thrillers.
11. Dick Barton
Dick Barton – Special Agent is a radio thriller serial that was broadcast in the BBC Light Programme between 7 October 1946 and 30 March 1951. Produced and directed by Raymond Raikes, Neil Tuson, and Charles Lefaux, it was aired in 15-minute episodes at 6.45 (later 6.15) each weekday evening. From 11 January 1947 an additional “omnibus” edition repeated all of the week’s programmes each Saturday morning between 11.00 and 12.00. In all, 711 episodes were produced and the serial achieved a peak audience of 15 million. Its end was marked by a leading article in The Times.
12. Harry Palmer
Harry Palmer is the protagonist of a number of films based on the unnamed main character in the spy novels written by Len Deighton. Michael Caine played Harry Palmer in three of the four films based on the four published novels featuring this character. Caine also starred as this character in two other films not directly based on Deighton’s novels.
13. Charlie's Angels
A team of female private agents, popularly known as Charlie’s Angels, are tasked by their mysterious boss to expose an international conspiracy to weaponise an energy conservation device.
This movie also shows you how much work has been done in spy movies or how advanced technology has become. This spy movie also shows you the journey from 1976 to 2019.
14. Austin Powers
Austin Powers is a series of spy action comedy films: Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery, Austin Powers: The Spy Who Shagged Me and Austin Powers in Goldmember. The films were produced and written by Mike Myers, who also starred as the title character and Dr. Evil
15. XXX Series
XXX is an American action film series created by Rich Wilkes. It consists of three full-length feature films: xXx, xXx: State of the Union and xXx: Return of Xander Cage, and a short film: The Final Chapter: The Death of Xander Cage. The series has grossed $694 million worldwide
16. Johnny English
Johnny English is a series of action comedy films parodying the James Bond secret agent genre. It features Rowan Atkinson as the title character, based on the screenplay written by Neal Purvis, Robert Wade and William Davies
Kingsman is a British–American film franchise, consisting of action–comedy films, that follow the missions of the Kingsman, a fictional secret service organization. Based on the comic book series of the same name created by Mark Millar and Dave Gibbons, a 2012 Marvel Comics release, the film franchise debut has garnered success both financially and critically.