Autograph By Guy Hamilton (Photo Movie Scene Hamilton Is Briefing Sean Connery In Diamonds Are Forever)

After The End Of The War, He Worked As An Assistant To Carol Reed On Films Including The Fallen Idol (1948) And The Third Man (1949), Before Turning To Directing With His First Film The Ringer In 1952. He Made 22 Films From The 1950s To The 1980s, Including Four Installments Of The James Bond Series, Based On The Novels By Ian Fleming – Goldfinger (1964) / Diamonds Are Forever (1971) / Live and Let Die (1973) / The Man with the Golden Gun (1974)

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