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'Dr. No' and 'Goldfinger' back on the big screen in LA this month

27-May-2014 • Event

Event: Double-O Double-Bill
Date: Sunday 15th June 2014
Location: Aero Theatre, 1328 Montana Avenue, Santa Monica, CA, 90403, USA
Time: 19:30
Tickets: Click here.

American Cinematheque will be screening a classic Sean Connery double bill of 007 adventures at the Aero Theatre for father's day.

All dads will have a chance to win Father’s Day prizes!

1962, MGM/Park Circus, 111 min, UK, Dir: Terence Young
Now almost taken for granted, this initial adaptation of Ian Fleming’s spy novels was a subversive breath of fresh air, depicting for the first time a secret agent who was an unapologetically suave, promiscuous - not to mention homicidal hero. Sean Connery proved amazingly popular as the ultimate sexy beast, James Bond, ushering in the entire 1960s spy-film craze. One of the best of the Bond films, with its Caribbean locale, Ursula Andress’ sensual presence as the feral nature girl and Joseph Wiseman as the evil mastermind with black metal hands.

1964, MGM/Park Circus, 111 min, Dir: Guy Hamilton
"Do you expect me to talk, Goldfinger?" "No, Mr. Bond, I expect you to die," cackles homicidal villain Auric Goldfinger (Gert Frobe) as he prepares to re-arrange 007’s secret equipment with a laser beam, in what is widely considered to be the best of the classic Sean Connery Bond pictures and a high point in 1960s pop culture. Co-starring the saucy Honor Blackman as Bond’s nemesis-turned-partner Pussy Galore.

Thanks to `JBFan626` for the alert.

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