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Published Date: 9/29/2014
For over 50 years James Bond has been entertaining us with his larger-than-life exploits in exotic locations. But his adventures wouldn't even get started without the grand schemes and diabolical dreams of his villainous foes. Take a moment to explore your dark side...
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Published Date: 9/29/2014
Lois Maxwell was Miss Moneypenny, a staple of James Bond's world as she served as secretary to M., Bond's boss. Maxwell played the role in the first 14 Bond films, from 1962's "Dr. No" to 1985's "A View to a Kill." We remember Maxwell's life today as well as the lives...
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Published Date: 9/11/2014
Richard Kiel died this week at 74. Easily recognizable, thanks to his 7-foot-2 frame, Kiel enjoyed a long and fruitful career in Hollywood, appearing in dozens of films and television shows in his 49 years as an actor. He made appearances in many classics, such as "The...
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Published Date: 6/13/2014
Jimmy Dean may be the only person in the Country Music Hall of Fame who also appeared in a James Bond film and made a fortune selling sausage. Dean began his musical career in the early 1950s, performing pop and country music and scoring several hits. His natural charm...
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Published Date: 5/18/2014
Every hero needs a good villain. Don't believe us? Just try to imagine Star Wars without Darth Vader or The Wizard of Oz without the Wicked Witch of the West... We're remembering some of cinema's best bad apples – and the marvelous actors who portrayed them – with a...
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Published Date: 2/14/2014
Few names conjure up a mood and image quite like James Bond. Spoken in clipped British tones,"Bond. James Bond." –– the name plunges you into a stylish world of intrigue...
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