Level 3 Communications (2002, 2004)
1 Biographical Movie |
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2 Portrayals |
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57 Articles |
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Sir Sean Connery
6' 2¾" (1.9 m)
McBain (McLean), Euphemia
| Connery, Joseph
Did You Know?
It's funny, but the film buffs at UCLA are constantly dissecting Marnie
(1964) these days to see how it was done. When it was first released, there was a lot of criticism of Alfred Hitchcock
because he used a studio set for the dockside scene. But the backdrop looked just like the port of Bristol - if not Baltimore, where it's supposed to be at. I adored and enjoyed Hitchcock tremendously. He ...
In the 1960 television adaptation of Colombe, Connery's character Julien believes his brother Paul (Richard Pasco
) is having an affair with his wife Colombe (Dorothy Tutin
), and kisses Pasco on the mouth to find out what makes him such a good kisser. Even though, this was a non-sexual kiss, it is still believed to be one of the first male-on-male kisses on television.
In the latter half of his career, often played mentors