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  • PrinceKamalKhanPrinceKamalKhan Monsoon Palace, Udaipur
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    @PrinceKamalKhan I remember watching Matt as a kid

    I did too. I thought that Lee Horsley would've made a great Felix Leiter back during the Dalton/Brosnan-era. It would've been cool to see Remington Steele and Matt Houston team up as allies on a spy mission.

    Horsley also made a Civil War-era comedy western called "The Wild Women of Chastity Gulch" with LTK's Mrs. Leiter herself(Priscilla Barnes) as his leading lady :

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    Daleks demand ice-cream
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  • PrinceKamalKhanPrinceKamalKhan Monsoon Palace, Udaipur
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    If CR 1967 had a gun barrel opening for Evelyn Tremble:

  • PrinceKamalKhanPrinceKamalKhan Monsoon Palace, Udaipur
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    Birdleson wrote: »
    If CR 1967 had a gun barrel opening for Evelyn Tremble:


    Oh my God! I've been looking for this for years! It's never been on YouTube before, so far as I've been able to find. I've brought it up on these boards several times, but no one had ever heard of it. My Cousin and I, both huge Bond fans in our teens, were at the drive-in in 1978 (I don't remember what we were seeing), and this trailer came on. My Cousin said, "Cool, James Bond". But, not only did I know it was way off-season for a new Bond trailer, the pink circle was not kosher. Regardless, we both busted out laughing when Peter Sellers walked into the gun barrel. Thank you @PrinceKamalKhan for finding this. I can't wait to show my Cousin.

    You're welcome @Birdleson. I don't think I had ever seen it till within the last day. I hope your cousin likes it as much as you do.
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    Came across this wonderful fan video the other day commenting on QoS




    And why it was a good film. He discusses it more from Bond's character arc and why it was important ( and difficult) for him to forgive Vesper and himself. To let go and accept what happened and move on. Otherwise it would have destroyed him. I didn't like QoS when it came out and but have warmed to it a bit more over time. But I really loved this video because of what it says about Bond, and how it humanizes him and the lessons we learn on the importance of forgiveness. Often no so much of being betrayed. But for ourselves in being made to look foolish.




  • PrinceKamalKhanPrinceKamalKhan Monsoon Palace, Udaipur
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    @Thunderfinger Watching the Police Squad! binge weekend marathon on the Decades TV channel?
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    @Thunderfinger Watching the Police Squad! binge weekend marathon on the Decades TV channel?

    No, I don t have that channel. I did watch some episodes several years ago, but never noticed that Norberg was Peter Lupus of Mission:Impossible fame.
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    @Thunderfinger that is a great video...I'd seen it before and thought it the best clip I'd seen anytime in the last year or two. Of course the end did come, but to me, as someone who's been a radio news reporter and who values objectivity and the objective truth, the timeline in that video shows the danger of pushing an opinion and jumping to a conclusion, rather than just reporting the facts and letting the public make up their own minds (because Trump did not go until his 4 years were up), though of course there are editorial people who handle the opinion side, and that is still of value. The media should not be the final arbiter, but a medium--that's what they are--for conveying facts. Another example is how there was an effort by the media to suppress or at least play down the idea that Covid-19 started in a lab, and now over a year later they're realizing maybe they were wrong. Something so terrible that has caused so many deaths, and still no one has been brought to justice for that. Just my opinions.
  • RichardTheBruceRichardTheBruce I'm motivated by my Duty.
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    Loved and love Police Squad! enjoying the original broadcasts. I felt like I was the only one watching it at the time, a little surreal, great to know these products survive. Pretty cool seeing all the endings together.

    Those news broadcasts. So they were mistaken. Seems kind of coordinated.

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    I still have my old police squad dvd's a really funny show, no matter how many times they're watched.
  • Bueno1694Bueno1694 Check my YouTube Channel: linktr.ee/Xtreemo
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  • Bueno1694Bueno1694 Check my YouTube Channel: linktr.ee/Xtreemo
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    Birdleson wrote: »
    Thank you for posting your hard work @Bueno1694 , but you might get more notice from those who would be most interested if you moved this to either "Fan Creations" or the Gaming threads.

    Thank you very much, sir! I will definitely do that. :D :D
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  • PrinceKamalKhanPrinceKamalKhan Monsoon Palace, Udaipur
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    In honor of Irka Borchenko's birthday:


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    In honor of Irka Borchenko's birthday:

    Yes, Happy Birthday Irka! Thanks for letting us know. I watched MR recently and of course enjoyed her in this scene...awesome music track too.

    And here's another blonde.
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    Daniel Craig's favourite scene from a Bond film.
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  • 007InAction007InAction Australia
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    This has a fun ending. 👍
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  • MajorDSmytheMajorDSmythe JenaMaloneforBond.comModerator
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    A great clip from OG Top Gear, (back when it was about cars), featuring the reunion between Roger Clark, Tony Mason and their Mk1 Ford Escort RS1600.

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    Don't you wish that movie existed ?

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