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Lana Wood (Bond Girl)

By: Anders Frejdh
Published:
2006-10-01
Lana Wood Anders Frejdh
Lana Wood Anders Frejdh
Lana Wood Anders Frejdh
Plenty O'Toole in DIAMONDS ARE FOREVER 1971

The first time I met the lovely Lana Wood (Nathalie Wood's sister for those who may not know that) was at Starcon in September 2006 at Kempton Park race course near London.

Previously, Lana had been a pretty rare celebrity guest at European collector shows so it was very nice to finally meet this lovely woman with a very big heart.

In 2012, I interviewed Lana for the FSWL website, click below to read my interview with Lana Wood.

Read more on Lana Wood's official website.

Others involved in Diamonds Are Forever that FSWL has met:
>Bruce Glover (Mr Wint)
>Desmond Llewelyn (Q)
Don Black (lyricist of "Diamonds Are Forever")
>Doug Robinson (stuntman)
>George Leech (stuntman)
>Guy Hamilton (director)
>Jennifer Castle (Shady Tree's Acorn)
>Joe Robinson (Peter Franks)
John Barry (film soundtrack composer)
Ken Adam (production designer)
>Lois Maxwell (Moneypenny)
Monty Norman (composer of the James Bond theme)
>Pat Gill (Shady Tree's Acorn)
>Putter Smith (Mr Kidd)
>Sean Connery (James Bond)
Shirley Bassey (singer of the title song)
>Sid Haig (Slumber brother)
>Terence Mountain (one of Blofeld's guards)
>Trina Parks (Thumper)

Text written and published by Anders Frejdh in October 2006

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