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28-30 OCTOBER 2011
CHILLER FEST WITH JAMES BOND STARS

By: FSWL team
Published:
2011-10-27
Chiller Fest presents celebrity guests shows in New Jersey including a few James Bond stars.

This edition marks the 31st show of promoting celebrity guests and is usually a crowded event.

James Bond film actors attending their next event in New Jersey:
CAROLINE MUNRO
Leggy, brunette-maned pin-up actress Caroline Munro was born in Windsor and lived in Rottingdean near Brighton where she attended a Catholic Convent School. By chance her mother and a photographer entered her picture in a "Face of the Year" competition for the British newspaper The Evening News and won. This led to modeling chores, her first job being for Vogue Magazine at the age of 17. She moved to London to pursue top modeling jobs and became a major cover girl for fashion and TV ads while there.

Decorative bit parts came her way in such films as Casino Royale (1967) and Where's Jack? (1969). One of her many gorgeous photo ads earned her a screen test and a one-year contract at Paramount where she won the role of Richard Widmark's daughter in the comedy/western A Talent for Loving (1969). She met first husband/actor Judd Hamilton filming this movie but they later divorced. Also in 1969 she became the commercial poster girl for "Lamb's Navy Rum," a gig that lasted ten years. She had no lines as Vincent Price's dead wife in The Abominable Dr. Phibes (1971) and Dr. Phibes Rises Again (1972) which, in turn, led to a Hammer Studios contract and such lowbudget spine-tinglers as Dracula A.D. 1972 (1972) and Captain Kronos - Vampire Hunter (1974).

More noticeable roles came outside the studio as the slave girl/love interest in The Golden Voyage of Sinbad (1974), the princess in At the Earth's Core (1976) and a lethal Bondian girl in the top-notch The Spy Who Loved Me (1977), one of Roger Moore's best outings in the '007' series. Her voluptuous looks got her Starcrash (1978), Maniac (1980), and Slaughter High (1986).

Movies with Caroline Munro:
2011: Eldorado (Lilly)
2006: The Absence of Light (Abbey Church)
2005: Domestic Strangers (Counselor)
2003: Flesh for the Beast (Carla the Gypsy)
1994: To Die For (Mrs. Pignon)
1991: Il gatto nero (Nora McJudge)
1988: Maigret (TV movie) (Carolyn Page)
1987: Faceless (Barbara Hallen)
1987: El aullido del diablo (Carmen)
1986: Cinderella: The Shoe Must Go On (TV movie) (Game Show Hostess)
1986: Slaughter High (Carol Manning)
1982: The Last Horror Film (Jana Bates)
1980: Maniac (Anna D'Antoni)
1978: Starcrash (Stella Star)
1977: The Spy Who Loved Me (Naomi)
1976: At the Earth's Core (Dia)
1975: I Don't Want to Be Born (Mandy Gregory)
1974: Captain Kronos - Vampire Hunter (Carla)
1974: The Golden Voyage of Sinbad (Margiana)
1972: Dr. Phibes Rises Again (Victoria Regina Phibes)
1972: Dracula A.D. 1972 (Laura Bellows)
1971: The Abominable Dr. Phibes (Victoria Regina Phibes)
1969: Where's Jack? (Madame Vendonne)
1969: A Talent for Loving (Evalina)
1968: Joanna (Extra)
1967: Casino Royale (Guard Girl)
1966: Fumo di Londra (Extra)
1966: G.G. Passion (Extra)

For more information about Caroline's film work and modelling career visit her official website.

LANA WOOD
Lana Wood is an American actress and producer born to Russian emigré parents, Nikolai and Maria Zakharenko, who grew up far from their homeland: her father lived in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, while her mother grew up in a Chinese province. After her parents were married, they settled in Santa Monica, California, where Lana was born. By this time her parents had legally changed their surname to Gurdin.
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Her sister, Natalie Wood, was named after director Sam Wood when Natalie first launched her child acting career. When Lana made her film debut, with sister Natalie in The Searchers (1956), their mother was asked under what last name should Lana be credited, and Maria agreed it would be best if she could be credited as "Wood", like her famous sister.

In 1970, Lana Wood pictures were published in Playboy. The Playboy pictures appeared in the April 1971 issue, along with Wood's poetry. This and many other factors lead to her being cast as bond girl Plenty O'Toole in the 1971 James Bond film:"Diamonds Are Forever." Her character may be brief in the movie, but is beloved by many fans. Two of Lana's scenes as Plenty O'Toole in Diamonds Are Forever were deleted from the final film but are now available on DVD. The first scene is a deleted scene of Lana having dinner with Sean Connery. The second scene took place after Lana was thrown half naked into the pool; she returned to James Bond's apartment, soaking wet, wearing nothing but a white towel and to get the rest of her clothes and see what has become of Bond and sees him making love to Tiffany Case (Jill St. John). Before leaving, an agitated Lana took a card out of Tiffany's purse with her address on it; this second scene accounted for her death later in the film.

Wood had participated in more than 20 other films or television shows through her career, including:"Peyton Place". She retired from acting in 1982, concentrating on her career as a producer. But recently she is an in demand actress in such diverse projects (and upcoming ones) as: "The Book of Ruth: Journey of Faith","War of Heaven","War of Heaven","Renovation","You'll Never Amount to Anything","Wild Michigan", and "Holly, Jingles and Clyde 3D."

She continues to enjoy the process of working in film and television and is blessed with a loving family.

Movies with Lana Wood:
2012: Byer's Bog (Actress)
2013: Virtue (Celia)
2012: Holly, Jingles and Clyde 3D (Mrs. Claus)
2012: You'll Never Amount to Anything (Grandma)
2011: Wild Michigan (Opal)
2011: Silver Lake (Librarian)
2010: Renovation (Dr. Nitas)
2010: War of Heaven (short) (President Bailey)
2010: Last Wish (short) (Helen)
2008: Divas of Novella (TV movie) (Zeld)
1982: Satan's Mistress (Lisa)
1979: Captain America II: Death Too Soon (TV movie) (Yolanda)
1978: A Question of Guilt (TV movie) (Elizabeth Carson)
1977: Grayeagle (Beth Colter)
1977: Speedtrap (New Blossom)
1977: Corey: For the People (TV movie) (Janet Hanley)
1977: Little Ladies of the Night (TV movie) (Maureen)
1976: Nightmare in Badham County (TV movie) (Smitty)
1975: Who Is the Black Dahlia? (TV movie) (Boarder)
1975: Sons of Sassoun
1974: Goodnight Jackie
1972: A Place Called Today (Carolyn Schneider)
1972: Justin Morgan Had a Horse (Kathleen)
1971: Diamonds are forever (Plenty O'Toole)
1971: O'Hara, U.S. Treasury (TV movie) (Fran Harper)
1970: The Over-the-Hill Gang Rides Again (TV movie) (Katie Flavin)
1970: Black Water Gold (TV movie) (Eagan Ryan)
1969: Scream Free! (Karen)
1968: For Singles Only (Helen Todd)
1965: The Girls on the Beach (Bonnie)
1965: The Fool Killer (Alice)
1962: Five Finger Exercise (Mary)
1958: Marjorie Morningstar (uncredited)
1956: The Searchers (Younger Debbie Edwards)
1955: One Desire (Little Girl)
1947: Driftwood (Infant)

For more information about Lana's life and achievements, visit her official website.

MARTINE BESWICKE (Saturn Award Nominee)
Martine is quite unique, in that she has appeared in three Bond films: the only ‘Bond Girl’ – aside from the actresses playing Moneypenny – to do so.

A former Miss Jamaica, Martine was selected as one of Maurice Binder’s dancing girls in the opening credits of Dr No. This lead to her being cast the following year in From Russia With Love as one of the gypsy fighters, Zora.

She then returned, along with director Terence Young, two years later as Paula Caplan in Thunderball, ensuring her an enduring place in Bond fan’s hearts.

Outside of Bond, Martine appeared in films such as One Million Years BC, Prehistoric Women and Hammer’s Dr Jeckyll AND Sister Hyde (playing Sister Hyde).

TV work includes Days of Our Lives, Santa Barbara, The Fall Guy, Hart To Hart, Fantasy Island and Danger Man.

Movies with Martine Beswicke:
1995: Night of the Scarecrow (Barbara)
1993: Wide Sargasso Sea (Aunt Cora)
1992: Critters 4 (Angela (voice)
1992: Life on the Edge (Linda James)
1991: Trancers II (Nurse Trotter)
1990: Miami Blues (Noira, Waitress)
1990: Evil Spirits (Vanya)
1987: Cyclone (Waters)
1987: The Offspring (Katherine White )
1986: Balboa (Narrator)
1980: Melvin och Howard (Realty Agent)
1980: The Happy Hooker Goes Hollywood (Xaviera Hollander)
1979: The Tenth Month (Joan Poole)
1978: My Husband Is Missing (Francesca Bellini)
1978: Devil Dog: The Hound of Hell (Red Haired Lady)
1975: Strange New World (Tana)
1975: Crime Club (Dr. Sonia Schroeder)
1974: Il bacio (Nara Kotosky)
1974: Seizure (Queen of Evil)
1973: Ultimo tango a Zagarol (La ragazza)
1972: Thirty Dangerous Seconds)
1971: Dr. Jekyll och syster Hyde (Sister Hyde)
1967: John il bastardo (Dona Antonia)
1967: The Penthouse (Harry)
1967: Slave Girls (Kari)
1966: El chuncho, quien sabe? (Adelita)
1966: One Million Years B.C. (Nupondi)
1965: Thunderball (Paula Caplan)
1964: Saturday Night Out (Barmaid)
1963: From Russia with Love (Zora)

RICHARD KIEL (Saturn Award Nominee)
Richard Kiel recently did the voice of "Vlad" in the Disney movie Tangled (2010).

Besides his movie credits below Richard guest-starred as "Kanamit" in the classic episode To Serve Man on The Twilight Zone and as "Moose Moran" on Barbary Coast.

For a detailed resume of Richard's work we encourage you to visit his official website.

Mr. Kiel will be selling his book Making It BIG In The Movies at the show.

Movies with Richard Kiel:
2010: Tangled (Vlad, voice)
1999: Gadget (Famous Big Guy with Silver Teeth)
1996: Happy Gilmore (Mr. Larson)
1991: The Giant of Thunder Mountain (Eli Weaver)
1989: Think Big (Irving)
1985: Pale Rider (Club)
1985: Qing bao long hu men (Laszlo)
1984: Cannonball Run II (Arnold, Mitsubishi Driver)
1984: Zuijia paidang zhi nuhuang miling (Big G)
1983: Phoenix (Steel Hand)
1983: Hysterical (Captain Howdy)
1981: So Fine (Eddie)
1979: Moonraker (Jaws)
1979: L'umanoide (Golob)
1978: They Went That-A-Way & That-A-Way (Duke)
1978: Force 10 from Navarone (Drazak)
1977: The Incredible Hulk (TV movie) (The Hulk, one scene only)
1977: The Spy Who Loved Me (Jaws)
1976: Silver Streak (Reace)
1976: Gus (Tall Man)
1976: Flash and the Firecat (Milo Pewett)
1974: The Longest Yard (Samson)
1970: The Boy Who Stole the Elephant (TV movie) (Luke Brown)
1970: On a Clear Day You Can See Forever (Blacksmith)
1968: Skidoo (Beany)
1968: Now You See It, Now You Don't (TV movie) (Nori)
1968: A Man Called Dagger (Otto)
1965: Brainstorm (Asylum Inmate)
1965: The Human Duplicators (Dr. Kolos)
1965: Two on a Guillotine (Photographer at Funeral)
1964: The Nasty Rabbit (Ranch foreman)
1964: Roustabout (Strongman)
1963: Lassie's Great Adventure (Chinook Pete)
1963: The Nutty Professor (Bodybuilder at Gym)
1963: House of the Damned (The Giant)
1962: Eegah (Eegah)
1961: The Phantom Planet (The Solarite)
1961: The Phantom (TV movie) (Big Mike)

MESSAGE FROM THE ORGANIZERS:
Guests will appear all days unless otherwise noted. All appearances are tentative, subject to availability.

OPENING TIMES
Friday, October 28: 6.00pm - 11.00pm
Saturday, October 29: 11.00pm - 7.00pm
Sunday, October 30: 11.00pm - 5.00pm

Photo below © 2011 From Sweden With Love
Signed photo of Caroline Munro and Richard Kiel promoting The Spy Who Loved Me in 1977.

Further details can be found on the official Chiller Fest website:

www.chillertheatre.com/gt/gtc4.htm

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