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Old 01-26-2008, 11:49 AM   #11
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for me personally i was glad to find casino royale so different. like other posts have said the old format was getting tired. nice to see that daniel craig proved a lot of people wrong by shining in the role. only time will tell of course, but for my money this could be the start of something exciting and keep us watching the films for many more years. pierce and sean were great, but time moves on, and so must the franchise. i am a real bond fan, can name most the villians, girls, cars, etc, but even i can see that bond cannot stay in the sixties. from other forums ive read i also note that people have said this style of bond movie is more true to how fleming wrote his books, but not having read them myself i will remain neutral on that issue.
The re-boots/cast changes in Bond always go 'back to basics' - three films in, Craig will be driving invisible cars in space again, and then the casting call goes out...

I am a huge fan of Craig himself, and I think he gave a superb performance in Royale, but I also think he was wrong for the role. The short hair makes him look like a thug (check out The Invasion to see him looking a bit more intelligent) and for ruggedness he makes Connery look like Clary. I'd actually like to see him abandon the part before it affects his 'regular' career too badly.
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Old 01-26-2008, 01:02 PM   #12
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yes, Cary Grant, at his peak, could have carried off the
James Bond role to perfection.
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Old 01-28-2008, 01:29 AM   #13
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Lana Wood are my all time favourites.Lana has a fantastic figure,all women should be created in her mould lo
I got to see Ms Wood last year at a movie convention. She was a real delightful person, and had some interesting stories about making "Diamonds".

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If you read the books, you'll see that Fleming's original take on him was that yes, he was a thug. The movies turned him around.

And I'm with you Greenman- to me, the original Casino Royale& Never Say Never Again are separate categories from the EON productions. I may be a snob, but I like to group items appropriately.
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Old 01-28-2008, 10:34 AM   #14
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Has anybody informations or pics of Kell Tyler, the playgirl on the yacht at the beginning of "The Living Daylights"?
http://www.jamesbond-shop.com/TLDaylights.htm
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I think that the new version of Casino Royale is quite a good film in its own right, but is is NOT a James Bond film. The famous Bond music doesn't appear until right at the end for gods sake. Do the producers think that they can get away with changing the format that has proved commercially successful for over 40 years? If I knew who to write to I would have asked for my money back, sorry to go on but I am a Bond fan.
So am i a fan but i loved it.

You missed the point, the music was perfectly done, perfect. He wasnt the Bond we knew, he had to experience the full horro of what it meant to become a 00. The music at the end signified one thing: his rite of passage was over, Bond, is back.

Anyway we are drifting here: my fave is Caroline Munro, 1 because she is so sexy, and two the helo chase is my all time fave Bond scene.
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wow, amazing post flea, of the amazing Caroline Cossey
(Tula is such a stupid name )

Just thinking that Amanda Lear would have made a great Bond girl
(and there were rumours about her too.)

She would have been great opposite Roger Moore, perhaps
playing a 60s dolly bird... on the club scene, but all the time shes a Russian agent
She lures James into her flat for drinks. Hes just about to get his oats when these Russian guys grab him,
tie him up and crate him onto a plane to Moscow

He wakes up in a penthouse flat.....the prisoner
of Amanda and her Russian Hoods.

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Eh, I may be prejudiced, but the fact that Tula was originally a man turns me off.

Caroline "Tula" Cossey (born August 31, 1954, in Brooke, Norfolk), is an English model. Born Barry Kenneth Cossey, she is one of the world's most well known transsexual people and the first to ever pose for Playboy. Since being "outed" by British tabloid News of the World, Cossey has fought for her right to legally marry a man and to be recognized by the law as a woman.

Second set, picture #20- this girl is Robbin Young. She won a contest in Playboy to have a bit part in the movie For Your Eyes Only. She played the salesgirl in the flower shop. I thought that was the end of it, but apparently not! Some more photos of her here on IMDB:

http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0949999/mediaindex
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Key- Spy Who Loved Me (SWLM)
Never Say Never Again (NSNA)
Moonraker (MRKR)
License to Kill (LTK)
Tomorrow Never Dies (TND)
Live & Let Die (L&LD)
Goldfinger (GF)
Thunderball (TBL)
From Russia With Love (FRWL)
For Your Eyes Only (FYEO)
Diamonds Are Forever (DAF)
Dr. No (DN)
View to a Kill (VTAK)
Octopussy (OPY)
Man With Golden Gun (MWGG)

Let's see- first set- photos go l-r:

first row- Pic one Catherine Bach SWLM, Pic 2 Barbara Carrera NSNA, Cover of Playboy shot, 2nd row, pic 3- Corinne Clery MRKR, 3rd row, pics 1 & 2 Corinne Clery, Row 4 pic 1- Daphne Deckers in TMD, Row 4 pic 3- Diana Lee (also a PM) LTK, Row 5- Gloria Hendry in L&LD, Row 6 pic 1&2 Honor Blackman GF.

2nd set of photos:

Row 3- pics 1 & 2- Margaret Nolan GF, pic 4 Martine Beswick FRWL,TBL, Row 4- Pics 1 & 2- Martine Beswick, Pic 3 - Maud Adams MWGG, OPY, Row 5- Pics 1 & 2- Molly Peters TBL, Pic 3 Lana Wood DAF, Row 6- Pic 3- Lana Wood, Pic 4- Robbin Young FYEO, Row 6- Pic 2- Tanya Roberts VTAK, Pic 3- Ursula Andress DN

WHEW!!!
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Key- Spy Who Loved Me (SWLM)
Never Say Never Again (NSNA)
Moonraker (MRKR)
License to Kill (LTK)
To what does ALL this refer to exactly? DId you forget to post these pics?

As to Tula(Caroline Cossey) being born a man-so what! She looks all woman to me, the only thing is she will always be a man on her passport because the Government refuse to recognise that fact-shame really, she wrote a book and had a good career-I think she is a brave woman-and as a woman she is gorgeous. Now had she/he become a hermaphrodite (part woman, part man) then I think my view might change and thats not a prejudicial view btw.
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No, they were referring to the multiple photos where you asked who was who. I didn't see an answer forthcoming, so I did what I could to list the ones I know.

Guess we'll just have to agree to disagree on Tula!
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