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James Bond film series discussion 9/11/10 on Blog Talk Radio

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RETRO MOVIE CHAT Internet Radio Show

www.blogtalkradio.com/retromoviechat

 

Airing September 11,2010 11pm Eastern/ 10pm Central/ 8pm Pacific. Please call the toll free hot line,utilize Skype through your computer or join the chat room. Topic of discussion will be James Bond films and how they have adapted over the decades to changing trends, world politics and film making in general. The main actors to portray him were Sean Connery, Roger Moore, George Lazenby, Timothy Dalton, Pierce Brosnan and Daniel Craig with unofficial performances by David Niven and Barry Nelson. For those of you who have read the novels, which actor is most close to the original Ian Fleming character? I'd like to also discuss the music which played an important part of the films success. The opening credits were an art form in itself,a visual compelling appetizer to prepare you for the main feast. Do you consider The early James Bond films sexist to women? Did they get any better? Please call in your opinions, I want to hear them!

 

Also, it would be great if you could register with Blog Talk Radio and "follow" me or add me as a friend. That way when you call, I'll see a username instead of just a phone number on my switchboard and I'll be able to introduce you. Thanks!

Oh, and if you have a headphone/microphone for your computer feel free to check out SKYPE as blog talk radio has a "click to call" feature that patches you into my switchboard right way without you having to dial my number!

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