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Of note that both Roger Moore and (presumably) Sean Connery's deaths were kept off the front pages/top of the news broadcasts, Moore by the Manchester Arena bombing and Connery by the new lockdown.

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1 hour ago, Captain Hemlock said:

You forgot Woody Allen, who played Jimmy Bond in 1967's Casino Royale. 2025 for him.

 

45 minutes ago, Deathrace said:

Agreed and horribly annoying repetitive music throughout 

Casino Royale WAS a spoof y'know? 

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39 minutes ago, Paul Bearer said:

 

Casino Royale WAS a spoof y'know? 

Yes but it was for the most part highly unfunny 

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Just now, harrymcnallysblueandwhitearmy said:

Auric had him on all his deadpool teams:

 

James Bond on Twitter: "James Bond: “Do you expect me to talk?” Auric  Goldfinger: “No, Mr Bond, I expect you to die.” http://t.co/Z6amrTYqNf"

Took his time about it 

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stared in more of my favorite films than any other actor and was the best bond  

 

I thought he had another ten years in him :(

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22 minutes ago, runebomme said:

stared in more of my favorite films than any other actor


Here’s one of his best stares:

 

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4 hours ago, Deathrace said:

Worth noting both Moore and Connery have died in the year they would have been 90. Connery made it, Moore did not. If this trend continues we'll have the remaining Bonds dying in the following years:

 

Lazenby- 2029

Dalton - 2036

Brosnan - 2043

Craig - 2058 

Barry Nelson who played James Bond in a television movie in the 1950s coincidentally also died only 9 days before his 90th birthday.

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Would be weird as few celebrities did as many tawdry Japanese adverts than Connery

 

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It would be a record if we included him, Little Richard and Roberta McCain. This unexpected boost of dead people and not one of 'em took by the virus. Anyone find it strange?

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His omission from this years list was shocking, poshitively schocking 

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24 minutes ago, JR976evil said:

His omission from this years list was shocking, poshitively schocking 

No No!!

You mean... 'Hish omishon from thish yearsh lisht was schocking, poshitively schocking.:ph34r:

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With the postponement until April 2021 of the release of the next Bond film No Time to Die, the fifth and final one starring Daniel Craig, it would be nice to include on the end credits a dedication to Connery, Roger Moore and other Bond film actors who have died these latest years.

 

The dedication should read like this:

 

"DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY OF SEAN CONNERY AND ROGER MOORE

 

JAMES BOND WILL RETURN"

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8 minutes ago, David Pro said:

With the postponement until April 2021 of the release of the next Bond film No Time to Die, the fifth and final one starring Daniel Craig, it would be nice to include on the end credits a dedication to Connery, Roger Moore and other Bond film actors who have died these latest years.

 

The dedication should read like this:

 

"DEDICATED TO THE MEMORY OF SEAN CONNERY AND ROGER MOORE

 

JAMES BOND WILL RETURN"

There is no room for sentiment in the Bond franchise.

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4 hours ago, Prophet said:

Barry Nelson who played James Bond in a television movie in the 1950s coincidentally also died only 9 days before his 90th birthday.

The three of them all dying in the year of their 90th birthday is a pretty strange coincidence in my view. Can Lazenby last another nine years to keep this going? 

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1 hour ago, friedbutty said:

It would be a record if we included him, Little Richard and Roberta McCain. This unexpected boost of dead people and not one of 'em took by the virus. Anyone find it strange?

To be fair of those three one was 108, one 90 and the other 87. Not that strange they all went to meet their maker at those ages. 

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4 hours ago, The Quim Reaper said:


Here’s one of his best stares:

 

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James Bond bombshell: Sean Connery's shocking snub about being 'brainless'  revealed | Celebrity News | Showbiz & TV | Express.co.uk

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RIP. :(

 

I think he was obsessed with the desire to reach his 90th birthday.

 

After this he just stopped fighting.

 

I can't believe his name wasn't on the list.

 

You knew that his life was hanging by a thread.

 

Biggest miss of the year. Diana Rigg could have been on your list too.

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He's definitely in the top 3 Bonds, but not the best one, which can only be Roger Moore.

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2 hours ago, Youth in Asia said:

He's definitely in the top 3 Bonds, but not the best one, which can only be Roger Moore.

 

No, Roger Moore is The Saint.

 

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