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In Memory of Roger Moore: 1927-2017

Known mostly for playing James Bond for the longest string of consecutive films…seven in total…Moore was more than just the super spy 007.  Made famous for the television hit The Saint (1962-1969), he also starred in TVs The Persuaders with Tony Curtis, both pre-James Bond.  But, even though The Saint made him a success, that […]

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In Memory of Guy Hamilton: 1922-2016

Film director Hamilton is best known for his James Bond films (two with Sean Connery and Roger Moore’s first two outings as 007).  Though he turned to Agatha Christie adaptations later in his career, it is 1964’s Goldfinger that remains his most lasting legacy, sealing him as one of the best action directors of the […]

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James Bond vs. Action Movies

Pre-opening night (November 5), I watched the 24th official James Bond installment, the fourth with Daniel Craig: Spectre.  I’ve heard everything that it is the best Bond film ever (please!) to it’s the best Daniel Craig Bond film (please!) to it’s OK.  Though, my opinion would fall somewhere between simply OK and making any sort […]

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Celebration Of James Bond

85th Oscars® To Feature Special Celebration Of James Bond BEVERLY HILLS, CA – The 85th Academy Awards® will include a tribute to the James Bond movie franchise, which is celebrating its 50th Anniversary this year, the telecast’s producers announced today.“We are very happy to include a special sequence on our show saluting the Bond films […]

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