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- File Size: 1162 KB
- Print Length: 34 pages
- Publisher: Charles River Editors (28 May 2013)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00D36RDU8
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- Average Customer Review: 4 customer reviews
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British Legends: The Life and Legacy of Sean Connery Kindle Edition
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And because I love science fiction I know the folks at Paramount tried to entice the man to appear as the villain in Star Trek 5 by naming his domain Sha-ka-ri.
But I knew nothing of his early home life. Possibly the info was available on the internet, but it was so nice to have it bundled up in one place for me.
And I didnt know he was in the military, or that he got his first role because he'd been lifting weights and had a body.
I didn't know a certain Mr. Caine was his friend, though it's always good to have friends who can help you.
The books available from Charles River Editors always surprise me. They run the gamut from Presidents to ancient history to even this movie star, who is labeled to be a miser by some, but merely cautious by others.
I wonder why the book didn't say the one thing for which Sean Connery is most famous. Any time a survey is taken this man is recognized as the best Bond. Even people fifty years younger than Connery, who have only seen his movies on their TV screen, have recognized his physical strength and his prowess with the ladtes.
Aren't those those the only two qualities a spy needs?