Born in Astoria, Queens, New York
Family moved to Long Island
Entered film industry as assistant director at 20th Century-Fox
Formed Warwick Productions in England with former director turner producer Irving Allen
First film as producer "Red Beret/Paratrooper"; also marked first collaboration with producer Irving Allen and first of three films with star Alan Ladd
First U.S.-U.K. co-production, "Cockleshell Heroes"
First of five films with star Victor Mature, "Safari" and "Zarak", the former Broccoli's first solely U.S. producing credit
First of five collaborations with director John Gilling, "Odongo"
Last film with both John Gilling and Victor Mature, "The Bandit of Zhobe"
Last collaboration with producer Irving Allen, "The Trials of Oscar Wilde"
Formed Eon Productions with producer Harry Saltzman
Produced first James Bond film, "Dr. No"; marked first collaboration with Harry Saltzman
Last U.S. production for many years, "Call Me Bwana" (almost all of the James Bond films are U.K. productions)
Produced last non-James Bond film, "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang"
Formed another production company with Saltzman, Danjaq S.A.
Last collaboration with producer Harry Saltzman, "The Man with the Golden Gun"
Began ongoing collaboration with producer Michael G. Wilson (his stepson) on the James Bond films; first film together, "Moonraker"
First brought in daughter Barbara Broccoli as an associate producer on the James Bond films with "The Living Daylights"
Dedication, on July 18, of the Dana and Albert Broccoli Building of the Variety Boys and Girls Club of Queens, NY, a new structure which houses the girls' wing of the organization
Last producing credit, "Licence to Kill"