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Laramie Movie Scope:
Casino Royale (1967)

Ignore this, see the new one

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by Patrick Ivers, Film Critic
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Casino Royale – (1967) Very ‘Sixties (Burt Bacharach score), sexy, silly spoof of Ian Fleming’s James Bond 007, with David Niven as the retired and prudish James Bond, Peter Sellers as someone pretending to be James Bond, Woody Allen as James Bond’s nephew and Dr Noah, Ursula Andress, Deborah Kerr, Orson Welles, William Holden, Charles Boyer, John Huston (also directing), cameos by George Raft and Peter O’Toole, the US Cavalry, and a cavalcade of gorgeous girls. Ignore this and see Daniel Craig (or is it Craig Daniel?) in the new Casino Royale.

Click here for links to places to buy or rent this movie in video and/or DVD format, or to buy the soundtrack, posters, books, even used videos, games, electronics and lots of other stuff. I suggest you shop at least two of these places before buying anything. Prices seem to vary continuously. For more information on this film, click on this link to The Internet Movie Database. Type in the name of the movie in the search box and press enter. You will be able to find background information on the film, the actors, and links to much more information.

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Copyright © 2007 Patrick Ivers. All rights reserved.
Reproduced with the permission of the copyright holder.
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