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The Saint - Marcia

Simon is mourning the death of Marcia Landon, famous film star, who took her own life after being disfigured in an acid attack. Rising starlet Claire Avery (Samantha Eggar) has taken over the role Marcia was due to play in an upcoming film and after receiving a threatening letter – stating that unless she hands over five thousand pounds she too will be disfigured – calls on Simon for help. 594 more words

ITV Drama - 1960's

The Saint - The Fellow Traveller

Simon is contacted by a man called Henry Matson (Brian Oulton) who tells him that he’s been forced to steal blueprints from the place where he works. 1,016 more words

ITV Drama - 1960's

The Saint - The Benevolent Burglary

Having had a successful evening in a Monte Carlo casino, Simon is in the process of cashing in his chips when he bumps into an old friend, Bill Fulton (Gary Cockrell). 951 more words

ITV Drama - 1960's

Bond behind the scenes

Last week we had a reading list from the staff at Brompton Library all about Young James Bond. This week they’re back with a collection of books that take us behind the scenes of Britain’s most successful action movie series. 230 more words

Brompton Library

Sean Connery and the Non Bond Poster Gallery

By the time I was old enough to clue in to who James Bond was on the big Screen, Roger Moore was licensed to kill as 007 working for Her Majesty’s Secret Service. 665 more words


Ranking The James Bond DIRECTORS (Part IV): Number 6-Guy Hamilton

Again, before I get back on the track towards philosophy, I’ve got to close out a few things.

This series is one of them, and unfortunately (or fortunately) I’ve still got a ways to go. 1,359 more words

Movie Review: Octopussy

Another Bond film I often forget about, although it is one of my mothers favorites (she loves Faberge eggs.) I said this in my ranking of my Bond films and I will say it again, this is one of the more campier Bond films but nonetheless it is enjoyable. 522 more words