How To Use Ian fleming In A Sentence

  • Mr. Eschenbach's bald head, small frame and omnipresent Nehru jackets may remind movie fans of Ian Fleming's fictional villain Ernst Stavro Blofeld—at least as embodied by the actor Donald Pleasence in "You Only Live Twice. Restoring the National's Glory
  • NO '' (1962): Sean Connery's first screen outing as James Bond pits novelist Ian Fleming's superspy against the title villain (Joseph Wiseman), who is interfering with rocket launches. Berks county news
  • Casino Royale was Ian Fleming's first 007 novel, and Bond here is an agent on his first big case, a rough diamond who has not yet acquired his savoir faire or taste for the double entendre.
  • Ian Fleming's original unpublished notes are to go under the hammer at London auctioneers Sotheby's.
  • All those who scoff at Ian Fleming's spy fantasies should think again.
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  • The remake of Casino Royale, the first Bond novel, will concentrate instead on the character of the spy, painted by Ian Fleming in the book as a suave, coldly aggressive seducer.
  • And , Casino Royale is based on the first of British writer Ian Fleming's 007 novels.
  • For example, I now know the proper definition of "scrumptious," have been reminded that Ian Fleming wrote the book on which the film Chitty Chitty Bang Bang was based, and have learned that "Truly Scrumptious" does not appear in the book, but was invented for the film. Jean's Knitting
  • They have brought in Puffin Books for children and are republishing all of Ian Fleming's original James Bond titles.
  • Ever since Ian Fleming began penning his James Bond series in 1953, spy adventures and espionage have been hot topics for cinema and television.
  • His travelling companions included Ian Fleming's widow, Anne, and the marchioness of Dufferin.
  • The title comes from a short story by Ian Fleming that is apparently in the style of Maugham. Archive 2008-11-01
  • People knew that the CIA was partly about spying, and they had vague, romantic notions about spies borrowed from Ian Fleming and Graham Greene novels.

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