Feature writing for Penthouse magazine
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It seems incredible that it’s 48 years since a bikini-clad Ursula Andress first emerged from the surf and asked the silver-tongued spy: “What are you doing here, looking for shells?” And Sean Connery’s 007 replied: “No just looking.” Since then Bond has visited most of the world’s countries; been told he’s going to die on innumerable occasions; exhausted himself on numerous Bond girls and indulged in dangerous liaisons that have included trains, planes and automobiles as well as barns, space stations, gypsy tents, submarines and even a motorised iceberg. Anyway, you get the idea. And you have to admire Bond’s resilience. Yes, he’s flirted with the Cold War, of course he’s joined the space race and naturally he’s stopped nuclear disasters, but we never believed any of it. To read the full story click on images above.