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Claudíne Augér and Sean Connery on a break in the Bahamas, in preparation for the Bond film 'Thunderball' (the film was released in 1965) ~ The film's producers saw Claudíne Augér while she was on holiday in the Bahamas; she had never acted, but Augér impressed them so much that they re-wrote the part to that of a French woman, to better suit Augér. Although she took lessons to perfect her English, Augér's voice was eventually dubbed by Níkkí, van der Zyl.

Claudíne Augér and Sean Connery on a break in the Bahamas, in preparation for the Bond film 'Thunderball' (the film was released in 1965) ~ The film's producers saw Claudíne Augér while she was on holiday in the Bahamas; she had never acted, but Augér impressed them so much that they re-wrote the part to that of a French woman, to better suit Augér. Although she took lessons to perfect her English, Augér's voice was eventually dubbed by Níkkí, van der Zyl.

Warrior- amazing movie

Warrior- amazing movie

Warrior ~ This part almost made me cry!! This and the part where he's holding his pop. They ---> are such good actors!!

Warrior ~ This part almost made me cry!! This and the part where he's holding his pop. They ---> are such good actors!!

Goodfellas

Goodfellas

Al Pacino in "Scarface" (1983)

Al Pacino in "Scarface" (1983)

Sean Connery as James Bond in ’Dr. No’, 1962.

Sean Connery as James Bond in ’Dr. No’, 1962.

One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975)

One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975)

Marcello Mastroianni during the filming of 8½, 1963

Marcello Mastroianni during the filming of 8½, 1963

The Godfather, Vito Corleone, Sonny Corleone, Marlon Brando, James Caan

The Godfather, Vito Corleone, Sonny Corleone, Marlon Brando, James Caan

betterfailures:    Gordon Willis insisted that every shot represent a point of view, usually setting his camera about four feet off the ground, keeping the angle flat and even. Francis Ford Coppola managed to get him to do one aerial shot in the scene when Don Vito Corleone is gunned down, telling Willis that the overhead shot represented God’s point of view.

betterfailures: Gordon Willis insisted that every shot represent a point of view, usually setting his camera about four feet off the ground, keeping the angle flat and even. Francis Ford Coppola managed to get him to do one aerial shot in the scene when Don Vito Corleone is gunned down, telling Willis that the overhead shot represented God’s point of view.