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memories of the ’80s – The Living Daylights

In the late 1980s, the James Bond film franchise decided to reboot with a new star in the movie The Living Daylights. Timothy Dalton was chosen to play the British spy, and this 15th action film of the series was … Continue reading

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memories of the ’70s – The Spy Who Loved Me

In 1977, James Bond came back to the screen with Roger Moore in the memorable The Spy Who Loved Me. This was Moore’s third time as the British spy, and although based on the Ian Fleming book of the same … Continue reading

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memories of the ’80s – James Bond’s nemesis: Max Zorin

In the 1980s, the last James Bond film made by Roger Moore showcases a memorable villain: Max Zorin. Based on an Ian Fleming short story From a View to a Kill, the screenplay for A View to a Kill is … Continue reading

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memories of the ’70s – James Bond’s nemesis: Francisco Scaramanga

In the 1970s, the James Bond film series had a noted villain who was almost as beloved as the lead: Francisco Scaramanga. Created by Ian Fleming, the character first made his appearance in the book Diamonds are Forever. Scaramanga is … Continue reading

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