History Creator / SeanConnery

8th Aug '17 3:10:48 PM dlchen145
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Not so much an actor as a force of nature, tall, burly Scottish actor [[UsefulNotes/KnightFever Sir]] [[SilverFox Thomas Sean Connery]] (August 25, 1930-) made his career as the first actor to play Film/JamesBond on the big screen, one of many in a long line of BigDamnHeroes that he would play over the course of his career. A former milkman, brick layer, truck driver and body builder (back in the days when that meant 'big and athletic' rather than 'steroid-fuelled and vein-covered') notable for [[CarpetOfVirility his impressive body hair]], effortless masculinity and unique variation on the Scottish accent, Connery's [[EvenTheGuysWantHim sex-symbol]] status has proved [[SilverFox surprisingly durable despite the ravages of time]], the early onset of baldness (he wore a toupee to play Bond - and reputedly wanted to go without for ''Film/NeverSayNeverAgain''), and occasional press stories of misogyny on his part notwithstanding.

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Not so much an actor as a force of nature, tall, burly Scottish actor [[UsefulNotes/KnightFever Sir]] [[SilverFox Thomas Sean Connery]] (August (born August 25, 1930-) 1930) made his career as the first actor to play Film/JamesBond on the big screen, one of many in a long line of BigDamnHeroes that he would play over the course of his career. A former milkman, brick layer, truck driver and body builder (back in the days when that meant 'big and athletic' rather than 'steroid-fuelled and vein-covered') notable for [[CarpetOfVirility his impressive body hair]], effortless masculinity and unique variation on the Scottish accent, Connery's [[EvenTheGuysWantHim sex-symbol]] status has proved [[SilverFox surprisingly durable despite the ravages of time]], the early onset of baldness (he wore a toupee to play Bond - and reputedly wanted to go without for ''Film/NeverSayNeverAgain''), and occasional press stories of misogyny on his part notwithstanding.
27th Feb '17 9:23:32 AM erforce
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* ''Film/MurderOnTheOrientExpress'' (1974)

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* ''Film/MurderOnTheOrientExpress'' ''[[Film/MurderOnTheOrientExpress1974 Murder on the Orient Express]]'' (1974)


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* ''Film/HighlanderIITheQuickening'' (1991)
25th Feb '17 3:49:08 PM nombretomado
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Hash a dishtinctive way of shpeaking that everyone on airth believesh they can imitate, although [[EddieIzzard Eddie Izzhard]] (and reportedly Tony Curran) ish particularly good at it.

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Hash a dishtinctive way of shpeaking that everyone on airth believesh they can imitate, although [[EddieIzzard [[Creator/EddieIzzard Eddie Izzhard]] (and reportedly Tony Curran) ish particularly good at it.
28th Dec '16 1:12:57 PM Exxolon
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28th Dec '16 1:12:47 PM Exxolon
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->''"Perhaps I'm not a good actor, but I would be even worse at doing anything else."''
19th Dec '16 10:22:22 AM NWolfman
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* ''Film/TheThiefAndTheCobbler'' '': The Recobbled Cut'' (2006)- originally released in 1993 as ''The Princess and the Cobbler'' and later in 1995 as ''Arabian Knight,'' but Connery's voice cameo as the otherwise mute Tack at the end of the film (recorded around the 60s or 70s) isn't present in either version due to the studios deciding to use a full voice from either Steve Lively or Matthew Broderick. This version restores it.

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* ''Film/TheThiefAndTheCobbler'' '': The Recobbled Cut'' (2006)- originally released in 1993 as ''The Princess and the Cobbler'' and later in 1995 as ''Arabian Knight,'' but Connery's voice cameo as (2006) - Provides the otherwise mute Tack's sole line, "I love you," cut from the [[ExecutiveMeddling studio-mandated released versions]], in which Tack at the end of the film (recorded around the 60s or 70s) isn't present in either version due to the studios deciding to use is SuddenlyVoiced by a full voice from either Steve Lively or Matthew Broderick. This version restores it.different actor.
19th Dec '16 10:16:12 AM NWolfman
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After starring as Allan Quartermain in the somewhat lacklustre ''Film/TheLeagueOfExtraordinaryGentlemen'' movie, Connery retired from acting. Some suggest that these facts are related, that the film was so terrible that he just gave up. He has steadfastly refused to come out of retirement, including refusing a cameo in ''Film/IndianaJonesAndTheKingdomOfTheCrystalSkull''. However, he has returned to voice the main character in the Scottish animated film ''Sir Billi.'' The film's site is [[http://www.billiproductions.com/home.php here]], and it looks... well... [[UncannyValley Oh God]]. *sob* He also reprised the role of James Bond in the 2005 LicensedGame ''VideoGame/DoubleOhSevenFromRussiaWithLove''.

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After starring as Allan Quartermain in the somewhat lacklustre ''Film/TheLeagueOfExtraordinaryGentlemen'' movie, Connery retired from acting. Some suggest that these facts are related, that the film was so terrible that he just gave up. He has steadfastly refused to come out of retirement, including refusing a cameo in ''Film/IndianaJonesAndTheKingdomOfTheCrystalSkull''. However, he has returned to To date only exceptions have been a RoleReprisal for the 2005 LicensedGame ''VideoGame/DoubleOhSevenFromRussiaWithLove'' and the voice of the main title character in the low-budged Scottish animated film ''Sir Billi.'' The film's site is [[http://www.billiproductions.com/home.php here]], and it looks... well... Billi'' (the [[UncannyValley Oh God]]. *sob* He also reprised less said of which]], the role of James Bond in the 2005 LicensedGame ''VideoGame/DoubleOhSevenFromRussiaWithLove''.
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10th Dec '16 7:09:17 PM Xtifr
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Not so much an actor as a force of nature, tall, burly Scottish actor '''[[UsefulNotes/KnightFever Sir]] [[SilverFox Thomas Sean Connery]]''' (August 25, 1930-) made his career as the first actor to play Film/JamesBond on the big screen, one of many in a long line of BigDamnHeroes that he would play over the course of his career. A former milkman, brick layer, truck driver and body builder (back in the days when that meant 'big and athletic' rather than 'steroid-fuelled and vein-covered') notable for [[CarpetOfVirility his impressive body hair]], effortless masculinity and unique variation on the Scottish accent, Connery's [[EvenTheGuysWantHim sex-symbol]] status has proved [[SilverFox surprisingly durable despite the ravages of time]], the early onset of baldness (he wore a toupee to play Bond - and reputedly wanted to go without for ''Film/NeverSayNeverAgain''), and occasional press stories of misogyny on his part notwithstanding.

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Not so much an actor as a force of nature, tall, burly Scottish actor '''[[UsefulNotes/KnightFever [[UsefulNotes/KnightFever Sir]] [[SilverFox Thomas Sean Connery]]''' Connery]] (August 25, 1930-) made his career as the first actor to play Film/JamesBond on the big screen, one of many in a long line of BigDamnHeroes that he would play over the course of his career. A former milkman, brick layer, truck driver and body builder (back in the days when that meant 'big and athletic' rather than 'steroid-fuelled and vein-covered') notable for [[CarpetOfVirility his impressive body hair]], effortless masculinity and unique variation on the Scottish accent, Connery's [[EvenTheGuysWantHim sex-symbol]] status has proved [[SilverFox surprisingly durable despite the ravages of time]], the early onset of baldness (he wore a toupee to play Bond - and reputedly wanted to go without for ''Film/NeverSayNeverAgain''), and occasional press stories of misogyny on his part notwithstanding.
25th Sep '16 7:33:36 AM Saveelich
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Not so much an actor as a force of nature, tall, burly Scottish actor '''[[SilverFox Sean Connery]]''' (August 25, 1930-) made his career as the first actor to play Film/JamesBond on the big screen, one of many in a long line of BigDamnHeroes that he would play over the course of his career. A former milkman, brick layer, truck driver and body builder (back in the days when that meant 'big and athletic' rather than 'steroid-fuelled and vein-covered') notable for [[CarpetOfVirility his impressive body hair]], effortless masculinity and unique variation on the Scottish accent, Connery's [[EvenTheGuysWantHim sex-symbol]] status has proved [[SilverFox surprisingly durable despite the ravages of time]], the early onset of baldness (he wore a toupee to play Bond - and reputedly wanted to go without for ''Film/NeverSayNeverAgain''), and occasional press stories of misogyny on his part notwithstanding.

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Not so much an actor as a force of nature, tall, burly Scottish actor '''[[SilverFox '''[[UsefulNotes/KnightFever Sir]] [[SilverFox Thomas Sean Connery]]''' (August 25, 1930-) made his career as the first actor to play Film/JamesBond on the big screen, one of many in a long line of BigDamnHeroes that he would play over the course of his career. A former milkman, brick layer, truck driver and body builder (back in the days when that meant 'big and athletic' rather than 'steroid-fuelled and vein-covered') notable for [[CarpetOfVirility his impressive body hair]], effortless masculinity and unique variation on the Scottish accent, Connery's [[EvenTheGuysWantHim sex-symbol]] status has proved [[SilverFox surprisingly durable despite the ravages of time]], the early onset of baldness (he wore a toupee to play Bond - and reputedly wanted to go without for ''Film/NeverSayNeverAgain''), and occasional press stories of misogyny on his part notwithstanding.
29th Aug '16 3:55:55 PM squadallahthistle
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* ''Film/TheThiefAndTheCobbler'' '': The Recobbled Cut'' (2006)- originally released in 1993 as ''The Princess and the Cobbler'' and later in 1995 as ''Arabian Knight,'' but Connery's voice cameo as the otherwise mute Tack at the end of the film (recorded around the 60s or 70s) isn't present in either version due to the studios deciding to use a full voice from either Steve Lively or Matthew Broderick. This version restores it.
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