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Deighton returns to the silver screen

Len Deighton, who turned 88 this month, is enjoying a revival of interest in his work as filmmakers are turning to his books again for inspiration. 834 more words

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The Spy Who Loved Me's 40th: 007 rolls with the punches

The Spy Who Loved Me, which debuted 40 years ago this year, showed the cinema 007 was more than capable of rolling with the punches. 485 more words

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"The Funniest Comedian I Ever Ate" (July, 1963)














Call Me Bwana (1963) Danjaq :: Eon Productions :: United Artists / EP: Harry Saltzman / P: Albert R. Broccoli / AP: Stanley Sopel / D: Gordon Douglas / W: Nate Monaster, Johanna Harwood, Mort Lachman, Bill Larkin / C: Ted Moore / E: Peter R. 24 more words

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You Only Live Twice: Beginning of the end of '60s spymania

The 50th anniversary of You Only Live Twice isn’t just a milestone for a memorable James Bond film. It’s also the anniversary for the beginning of the end of 1960s spymania. 433 more words

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Fun with numbers: Most popular Bond in U.S.

Consider this post fun with numbers on a holiday: Who was the most popular James Bond in the United States when it comes to getting people to actually pay for a movie ticket? 382 more words

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Diamonds' 45th: Rodney Dangerfield of 007 films

When Diamonds Are Forever came out 45 years ago this month, it was a huge deal. Sean Connery was back! Everything was back to normal in 007 land. 487 more words

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Four 007 films credited with saving the franchise

This week’s 10th anniversary of Casino Royale generated a number of stories crediting the 21st James Bond film with saving the franchise.

However, this wasn’t the first time the series, in the eyes of some, had been saved. 628 more words

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