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(1989 TV Movie)

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"Goldeneye" is the nickname of James Bond creator Ian Fleming's beach-front house in Jamaica where (between 1952 and 1964) he wrote the James Bond novels and short stories.
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"Goldeneye" was also the code name of a contingency plan that the Allies devised in the event of a Nazi invasion of Spain. This plan was concocted in part by Ian Fleming himself, as an SIS agent.
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The 'Goldeneye' title has been used extensively in the James Bond filmed universe. It was used in the title of: the 1995 James Bond movie GoldenEye (1995); a 1989 television biopic of Ian Fleming, Goldeneye (1989); the James Bond video game GoldenEye (1997) and its remake GoldenEye 007 (2010) as well as another Bond video game, GoldenEye: Rogue Agent (2004), which used this name to take advantage of the popularity of the first game, but had a wholly different story. These all make 'Goldeneye' the most ever used phrase for a title in the filmed James Bond universe.
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Final English language film of Turkish-born actor Steve Plytas.
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Five cast members have acted in James Bond films: Charles Dance (For Your Eyes Only (1981), Julian Fellowes (Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)), Steve Plytas (On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969)); 'Christoph Waltz'(gv) (Spectre (2015)gv)) and Deborah Moore (Die Another Day (2002)). Moore is also the daughter of Roger Moore, who played James Bond in several films.
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One of the two biopics about James Bond creator Ian Fleming made during the very late 1980s. The other film was The Secret Life of Ian Fleming (1990).
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