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FW: Bond, James Bond, At New Britain Library

From: Margo L.
Sent on: Thursday, September 8, 2011 11:32 PM
This story was sent to you by: Margo Lynn

September[masked], 12:36 PM EDT

It's Bond, James Bond, six different versions of him, in the spotlight at
New Britain Public Library.  The library, at 20 High St, New Britain, CT
06052, USA will show six Bond movies on six Saturday mornings at 10 between
this week and Dec. 3. Each one stars a different actor as the iconic

On Saturday, Sept. 10, the movie is "Goldfinger," from 1964, starring Sean
On Oct. 1, it's "On Her Majesty's Secret Service," from 1969, starring
George Lazenby.
On Oct. 22, it's "The Spy Who Loved Me," from 1977, starring Roger Moore.
On Nov. 5, it's e "Licence To Kill," from 1989, starring Timothy Dalton.
On Nov. 19, it's "GoldenEye," from 1995, starring Pierce Brosnan.
The series closes Dec. 3 with "Casino Royale," from 2006, with Daniel Craig.

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