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25-26 SEPTEMBER 2010
HOLLYWOOD SHOW WITH BRITT EKLAND

By: Anders Frejdh
Published:
2010-06-15
The Hollywood Celebrities Show, Inc. presents vendor / exhibitor and celebrity guests shows in Chicago, Illinois and Burbank, California incl. many James Bond stars.

2010 represents their 20th year of promoting celebrity guests and movie memorabilia shows.

Annouonced James Bond related guests for this event in Chicago include:

BRITT EKLAND (First-time Chicago appearance)
The Man with the Golden Gun (1974), The Night They Raided Minsky's, The Bobo, Dr. Yes: Hyannis Affair, Too Many Thieves, Percy, Cold Heat, The Double Man, A Time For Loving, The Children, Scandal, Machine Gun McCain, Erotic Images, Night Child, Stiletto, King Solomon's Treasure, Dead Wrong, Endless Night, Slavers, Get Carter, High Velocity, The Ultimate Thrill, Asylum, Beverly Hills Vamp, The Wicker Man, The Year Of The Cannibals, Baxter!, Moon In Scorpio and After The Fox.

Britt Ekland appeared in the July 1983 issue of Playboy magazine.

Editor's note:
Don't miss the golden opportunity to see Britt Ekland and her daughter, Victoria Sellers, together, for the 1st time at an autograph show!

LANA WOOD
Diamonds Are Forever (1971), The Searchers, Grayeagle, For Singles Only, A Place Called Today, Speedtrap, Black Water Gold, The Over-The-Hill Gang Rides Again, Satan's Mistress, The Girls On The Beach, Five Finger Exercise, Nightmare In Badham County, Little Ladies Of The Night, A Question Of Guilt, Captain America II: Death Too Soon, O'Hara, U.S. Treasury, Justin Morgan Had A Horse and Scream Free!.

Lana Wood also co-starred as 'Fran Burke' on Capitol and as 'Eula Harker' on The Long Hot Summer as well as 'Sandy Webber' on Peyton Place.

Lana Wood appeared in the April 1971 issue of Playboy magazine.

MAUD ADAMS (Saturn Award Nominee)
The Man with the Golden Gun (1974), Rollerball, The Favorite, Ringer, The Christian Licorice Store, Tattoo, Killer Force, Hell Hunters, Jane & The Lost City, Octopussy (1983), The Mysterious Death Of Nina Chereau and A View to a Kill (1985).

Maud Adams also co-starred as "Doctor Judith Bergstrom" on Chicago Story and as "Maggie Farrell" on Emerald Point N.A.S..

Maud Adams appeared in the October 1981 issue of Playboy magazine.

ROBERT DIX
Five Bloody Graves, Young Jesse James, The King's Thief (with Sir Roger Moore), Deadwood '76, Forty Guns, Diane (with Sir Roger Moore), 13 Fighting Men, The Red, White & Blue, Interrupted Melody (with Sir Roger Moore), The Rebel Rousers, Live and Let Die (1973), Hell's Bloody Devils, Frankenstein's Daughter, Air Patrol, Satan's Sadists, The Lone Texan, The Road Hustlers, Thundering Jets, Blood Of Dracula's Castle, The Little Shepherd Of Kingdom Come, Horror Of The Blood Monsters and Wild Wheels.

Robert will also be selling his book Out Of Hollywood: Two Generations Of Actors - An Autobiography By Robert Dix at the show.

DAVID HEDISON (First-time Chicago appearance)
The Fly, Live and Let Die (1973), The Enemy Below, North Sea Hijack (with Sir Roger Moore), The Naked Face (with Sir Roger Moore), Marines, Let's Go, The Son Of Robin Hood, Licence to Kill (1989) and The Lost World.

David Hedison also co-starred on The Colbys, Five Fingers, The Young & The Restless, Another World and as "Captain Lee B. Crane" on The Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea.

Note from the organizers::
Those of you who wish to attend the show we want to encourage you to stay at the Host hotel, at least 2 nights and under our special HCS rate of $94.00, per night. For that price, you get FREE admission to the show on Friday evening and all day on Saturday and Sunday!

Editor's note:
For other posts covering Britt Ekland featured on From Sweden with Love, click here.

For other posts covering Maud Adams featured on From Sweden with Love, click here.

Photo above:
Portrait of Britt Ekland © Joe Arce - Starstruck Foto for HollywoodChicago. All rights reserved.

Further details can be found on the official Hollywood Celebrities Show website:
hollywoodshow.com

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