Category Archives: James Bond

On This Day — James Bond “Die Another Day” Premiere in London (November 18 2002) [How Jamaica inspired James Bond]

Colonel Moon: You will not live to see the day all Korea is ruled by the North. James Bond: Then you and I have something in common. James Bond — Die Another Day (2002) “Die Another Day is the wrong … Continue reading

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On This Day — James Bond “The World Is Not Enough” Premiere in Los Angeles (November 8 1999)

“There’s no point living, if you can’t feel alive.” Elektra King  “Now, pay attention 007. I’ve always tried to teach you two things. First, never let them see you bleed.  (And the second?) Always have an escape plan.” Q Dr. … Continue reading

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On This Day — James Bond “From Russia With Love” Premiere in London (October 10 1963)

 “… the film is highly immoral in every imaginable way; it is neither uplifting, instructive nor life-enhancing. Neither is it great film-making. But it sure is fun.” Richard Roud — The Guardian  (October 11 1963) “Fleming found he had a love for … Continue reading

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On This Day — James Bond Dr. No Worldwide Premiere at the London Pavilion (October 5 1962)

“Fleming found he had a love for espionage, and combined with his support for all things British, provided purpose to his life. But after WWII ended, he found himself at loose ends, and took a job with a newspaper. He … Continue reading

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On This Day — Happy Birthday Sean Connery! (25 August 1930)

“You eckshpect me to talk?” “No, Mr Bond, I expect you to DIE!” Goldfinger (1964) “More than anything else, I’d like to be an old man with a good face, like Hitchcock or Picasso.” Sean Connery “Fleming found he had … Continue reading

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On This Day — Happy Birthday to Ian Fleming (May 28 1908 – August 12 1964)

“Fleming found he had a love for espionage, and combined with his support for all things British, provided purpose to his life. But after WWII ended, he found himself at loose ends, and took a job with a newspaper. He … Continue reading

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