Guy Hamilton, the director behind four classic James Bond films, has passed away at the age of 93, BBC News reports. His debut film in the franchise was 1964's Goldfinger, which starred Sean Connery and was the first to win an Academy Award for Best Sound Effects Editing. It also gave us this iconic on-screen one-liner: "A martini. Shaken, not stirred."
The Paris-born director went on to direct 1971’s Diamonds Are Forever, 1973’s Live and Let Die and 1974’s The Man with the Golden Gun. Sir Roger Moore, who played Bond in seven films including Live and Let Die and Moonraker, tweeted this upon hearing the news:
Incredibly, incredibly saddened to hear the wonderful director Guy Hamilton has gone to the great cutting room in the sky. 2016 is horrid.— Sir Roger Moore (@sirrogermoore) April 21, 2016
Along with directing Bond films, Hamilton also worked on 1959's The Devil's Disciple, 1963's Man in the Middle and 1982's Evil Under the Sun. The most recent movie in the franchise was 2015's Spectre, and its sequel—Bond 25—is currently in production.