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Never Say Never Again

Like Ouroboros eating its own tail or the infinity sign trapped in a never-ending loop, I’m concluding this session of Breaking the Bonds by starting back with the Bond that began it all: with Sean Connery, in his last appearance–official or otherwise–as James Bond. 6,065 more words

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October 7th - Bond is back in "Never say never again"

In 1983, #SeanConnery played #JamesBond in Never say never again, the “unofficial” #Bond film. #singing;#feelgood

Never say never again

You walk in a room,
A woman can feel the heat. 260 more words

Feel Good

Spy vs. Spy

In this episode, I examine one of the most infamous and protracted intellectual-property battles in entertainment history.

The war over the rights to James Bond—specifically, the story and script for  45 more words

Podcasts

PTS Presents Producer's Notes with EVZEN KOLAR

https://podcastingthemsoftly.files.wordpress.com/2016/07/kolar-powercast.mp3

Podcasting Them Softly is incredibly proud to be joined with veteran producer Evzen Kolar whose credits include STREET SMART, the epic Cannon Film’s MASTERS OF THE UNIVRSE, DOUBLE IMPACT, SURF NINJAS, and a film that was made to be a featured film on Pocasting Them Softly, the 1997 hardnosed neo noir CITY OF INDUSTRY.  65 more words

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Various airlines

In addition to the posts in the travel section on this blog, where some of the airlines from the films are described in more detail, a few other airlines with considerably less screen time (than for instance Pan Am or British Airways) will be covered here briefly. 468 more words

The Living Daylights

Never Say Never Again (1983)

2016.16: Never Say Never Again (Network Airing, HD)

It never feels like a ‘proper’ Bond film. For one thing, there’s no pre-credit gun barrel shot, and there’s no elaborate credit sequence with a Bond song… well, there’s a song, but it’s hardly a Bond song -although to be fair, that could also be said of many Bond songs since (whilst on the subject of the music, the score by Michel Legrand is an awful misjudgement throughout the film). 746 more words

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