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Timothy Dalton has suggested that the newest James Bond film Skyfall is deserving of winning one of the major Academy Awards. The 68-year-old actor played James Bond twice in the 1980s in the feature films The Living Daylights and Licence to Kill. Speaking to The Sunday Express, Dalton backed current 007 Daniel Craig's performance. "It is absolutely time for Bond to get proper attention at the Oscars," he stressed. "On almost every level this Bond movie [Skyfall] is right at the forefront of what cinema is capable of." He went on to say: "[Skyfall] is an absolutely modern James Bond, a movie truly of its time. Daniel Craig is fantastic and it feels very real. "It has also got a great story about M with a nice (more) »


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