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Sunday, 16 October 2011

EPISODE 13 - The Ultimate James Bond Marathon Part 1 Connery/Lazenby & Moore

This week, sliding into a booth at the Diner is the deep, velveteen voiced Bond fan and professional, nice know-it-all Malak Fisher. 

We yak about all things James Bond, 007 with part 1 focussing on the beginning of the franchise right through to the Roger Moore swan-song A View To A Kill.

SPECIAL GUEST ALERT!! While discussing For Your Eyes Only we are joined by none other than my good lady wife! making her first official appearance in the After Movie Diner.
A special prize will go to any fan of the podcast who can tell me where else she has appeared on the show.

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1 comment:

  1. Never Say Never Again is a superior remake of Thunderball, as far as I'm concerned. It's not as drawn out as Thunderball; it features less underwater sequences (only 3, I think, and they are brief) and there isn't a fifteen minute water ballet slash fight scene. Klaus Maria Brandauer is fantastic as the bad guy, Largo, much better than Adolfo Celi's version who's just an eye-patch in Thunderball. On the downside, Kim Basinger is in it. She's kinda blank but then so is her character...

    On Her Majesty's Secret Service might be my favourite Bond film, though.

    Timothy Dalton is probably my favourite James Bond...


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