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Connery was the first 'official' actor to play Bond in films. Most consider him the best Bond ever. When Connery was chosen for the role for James Bond a lot of people did not believe that he could be James Bond (including Ian Fleming himself) but with the tutelage of director Terence Young, Connery made a credible "gentleman spy" (as the movie posters described him). The original choice for Bond was Ian Fleming's cousin, Christopher Lee who played Scaramanga in The Man With the Golden Gun. Other actors, including David Niven, Patrick Magoohan, James Mason and Stewart Granger, were also considered for the role.
Full name: Thomas Sean Connery
Sean Connery portrayed the James Bond character in seven James Bond films between 1962 and 1983. Never Say Never Again is a non-EON Productions remake of the 1965 EON James Bond film Thunderball and is therefore not considered as am "official" part of the James Bond series.
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This was his public statement turning down returning in Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of The Crystal Skull:
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|Anonymous||Sean Connery||1||Mar 21 2013, 9:30 AM EDT by Anonymous|
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He is without a doubt the best Bond, James Bond. He is so suave and sophisticated and that voice. Also, he got better with age. He is a great actor and he did a wonderful job as Bond. I loved the ones that he acted in a lot more than I liked any of the others.
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|Anonymous||Bond....James Bond||0||Feb 17 2013, 8:45 PM EST by Anonymous|
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Sean Connery will always be the best Bond. He was the only actor that I ever recall lining-up around the block to see his movies. When the movie ended, there was no doubt you got your moneys worth. The music, and story-lines seemed so involved...more witty, sophisticated conversations and less jumping off buildings and 30 minutes of chase scenes.
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