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  • August 25, 1930) is a Scottish actor and film producer who is perhaps best known as the first actor to portray James Bond in cinema, starring in seven Bond
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  • Donkey Punch". The Skinny (Scotland: Radge Media). Retrieved on 23 February 2012.  The pure emotion, from a very early age, of seeing a film and feeling
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  • Cinema press conference, Rome, Italy, (August 2007) I just decided to make a movie. I had no training, no film school, but I had been to a lot of movies
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  • English-speaking nations across the world. Speech to Scottish Tories in 1999 On my way here I passed a local cinema and it turns out you were expecting me after
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  • Prize in Physics 1921 — Albert Einstein Profile at the University of St Andrews, Scotland Einstein on Science and Religion Juergen Schmidhuber's Einstein
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  • ranked #92 in the American Film Institute's list of the top 100 movie quotations in American cinema. Ty: I like you, Betty. Danny: It's Danny, sir.
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  • Doesn't she seem a bit too angry to you? Amy: Well, somebody's never been to Scotland. The Doctor: What about you, though, Oswin? Why are you okay? Why hasn't
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  • 30 January 2014 Filmmakers of Cinema Verite [truthful cinema] resemble tourists who take pictures amid ancient ruins of facts. Stuart Bailey, Peter Bilak
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  • them afterwards, but what I also remember is what used to happen in the cinema: not long after the opening credits the audience would start talking and
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  • did you think of the opening credits? Austin: Well, I can't believe Sir Steven Spielberg, the grooviest filmmaker in the history of cinema is making a mooovie
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  • starting other Manchester Uniteds in China, Japan, Australia, the US, Scotland, Wales and London would make the club any less unique or be in the least
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  • the first time in ages, just because I'd been so busy. As I came out of the cinema, I ran down the street to get cigarettes, and 30 guys followed me with
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  • movie that other people have seen already! Those are the sloppy seconds of cinema! Andy: I heard this movie got two thumbs up. My question is up what? Oooh
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  • gustibus non est disputandum. Kramer, Gary M (2006). Independent queer cinema: reviews and interviews. Routledge. p. 1. 1560233435. . There's no fool
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  • director's cut of Avatar that was good. Bill Corbett [as Harry]: You're right, I don't believe it. [Harry encounters his Chinese-Scottish crush, Cho Chang]
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  • played things like that before. Simon: Instruments. Simon: So I was in the cinema two weeks ago. Chris Martin from Coldplay walks past me and says, "Hey,
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  • see tested in a court of law, sir. Jeeves: I attended the performance of a cinema film recently in which the estranged parents of the child were brought
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