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In this, our fourth pop culture extravaganza, Chaplain Batman's Whiz Bang Radio returns to the world of James Bond. There will be plenty of music and triva. Prizes right now: The Sean Connery 007 Collection, Vol. 1 (2 disc remastered/restored ultimate editions of Dr. No (`1962), From Russia with Love (1963) and Goldfinger (19640) and the 2 disc remastered/restored ultimate edition of Thunderball (1965). You won't want to miss this really great show. My co-host Jeff Gafford are going all out on this one because the world is not enough!
After a short break, Ziggy and Eric are back with a new episode! In this episode, we focus on the middle of the Roger Moore era. We go in-depth on The Spy Who Loved Me and Moonraker! One, largely considered to be the BEST Moore led Bond film, the other a personal favorite of one show host.
So listen in as we take you deep into the James Bond 007 universe to discuss the Girls, Gadgets, Villains, Henchmen & more! For more BONDage, check out http://hermajestyspod.com, follow us on Twitter @HerMajestysPod and "Like" us on Facebook at http://facebook.com/hermajestyspod
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We probably need a break from the budget battles, so something a little different for tonight. We will use the 1979 James Bond film (when the Space Shuttle program had captured the popular imagination) as our muse, and explore the key issue facing our country. Which is, of course, the allure of the all-powerful state.
Airing September 11,2010 11pm Eastern/ 10pm Central/ 8pm Pacific. If in the continental United States, Please call the toll free hot line (1(877) 806-7451. If Outside the USA please call 1(347) 237-5151 (standard rates apply), Utilize Skype through your computer or join the chat room. -----------------------I will be joined by Special Guest Agents Amy Norris from GREASE2.NET and Mr. Paul Kyriazi, feature film Director of OMEGA COP, WEAPONS OF DEATH and the creator of HOW TO LIVE THE JAMES BOND LIFESTYLE. We may also be getting a call from ROBERT A. CAPLEN whose new book titled "Shaken & Stirred: The Feminism of James Bond" is due November 1st. We await your calls!--------------------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? ------------- DR.NO (1962), FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE (1963), GOLDFINGER (1964) THUNDERBALL (1965, YOU ONLY LIVE TWICE (1967) ON HER MAJESTY'S SECRET SERVICE (1969), DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER (1971), LIVE AND LET DIE (1973), THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN GUN (1974), THE SPY WHO LOVED ME (1977), MOONRAKER (1979), FOR YOUR EYES ONLY (1981), OCTOKITTY (1983), A VIEW TO A KILL (1985), LIVING DAYLIGHTS (1987), LICENSE TO KILL (1989) GOLDENEYE (1995) TOMORROW NEVER DIES (1997), WORLD IS NOT ENOUGH (1999), DIE ANOTHER DAY (2002) CASINO ROYALE (2006), QUANTUM OF SOLACE (2008)
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Richard Kiel, who is best known for his roles as "Jaws" in the James Bond films will be here to discuss his amazing and multifaceted career and life.
Richard, who is a towering 7 feet 2 inches tall, has appeared in countless television show that include "Laramie", "The Man From U.N.C.L.E.", "The Wild Wild West", "Kolchak: The Night Stalker" and "The Twilight Zone".
Richard was also the original Hulk in 2 episodes, including the pilot, before being replaced by Lou Ferrigno in "The Incredible Hulk".
Richard also achieved monumental success in film with roles in such films as "The Longest Yard", "Silver Streak", "Force 10 From Navarone", "Pale Rider", "Happy Gilmore" and his most famous film role as iconic James Bond villain "Jaws" in "The Spy Who Loved Me" and "Moonraker" with Roger Moore"
His most recent film work includes the upcoming "Xeno Crisis" trilogy.
Richard was also the co writer, producer and star of "The Giant Of Thunder Mountain".
Richard is also the co author of "Kentucky Lion: The True Story Of Cassius Clay" and his autobiography "Making It Big In The Movies"
Please join us as "Flashback" returns with actor and author Richard Kiel.
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Richard also achieved monumental success in film w
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