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  • Sean Connery was behind David Niven, Patrick McGoohan and Cary Grant in the queue to play Ian Fleming's most famous creation: would Bond have become the world's favourite spy without those eyebrows and that burr?

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  • In Fleming's case, even though he made over $6 million last year, after spouting some questionable math he claimed he was only left with a mere $200,000 a year to "feed his family."

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  • In time, Farmer Fleming's son graduated from St. Mary's Hospital Medical School in London, and went on to become known throughout the world as the noted Sir Alexander Fleming, the discoverer of Penicillin.

    You never know!

  • You get 40 films in all, ranging from tourist shorts and newsreels to a brief look at a cowboy demonstrating rope techniques to entire movies like Salomy Jane (1914), Victor Fleming's Mantrap with Clara Bow (1926) and outlaw turned evangelist Al Jennings playing himself in the cautionary tale The Lady Of The Dugout (1918), which was directed by W.S. Van Dyke.

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  • Corsica Studios, SE17, FriLCTonight sees the second instalment of John '00' Fleming's mission to return clubbing to real clubbers.

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  • I had read about Stephenson's activities years ago, so I was already acquainted with Ian Fleming's mission regarding General Donovan and what would become the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), as well as the secret role played by the likes of Noel Coward, Leslie Howard and a few of the other high-profile Irregulars.

    A Conversation with Jennet Conant, author of The Irregulars

  • Mr. Eschenbach's bald head, small frame and omnipresent Nehru jackets may remind movie fans of Ian Fleming's fictional villain Ernst Stavro Blofeld—at least as embodied by the actor Donald Pleasence in "You Only Live Twice."

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  • Who wants a box of 12 yummy gourmet chocolates from Jack Fleming's ghostwriter?

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  • In fact, both this and Wyndham's work are, among other things, meditations on Britain's place in the world (you could say the same of Ian Fleming's Bond books, also appearing around the same time).

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  • Her aunt was Vera Atkins, originally from Romania, who was a British intelligence officer in the second world war and allegedly the model for Miss Moneypenny in Ian Fleming's James Bond novels.

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