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MARTINE BESWICKE (BOND GIRL)

By: Anders Frejdh
Published:
2004-09-06
Zora in FROM RUSSIA WITH LOVE 1963 and Paula Caplan in THUNDERBALL 1965

I have been fortunate to meet the lovely Martine Beswicke (Miss Jamaica 1961) several times over the years.

The first time I met Martine was at Licence to thrill in Basildon back in 2000. I then saw her in Birmingham 2003, in London 2005, at Pinewood Studios in both 2006 and 2009 and yet again in London earlier this year.

Ms. Beswicke is always very friendly, grateful and appreciative of her fans which is nice to see. It is a pleasure to chat with her as she tells stories from her involvement in the Bond phenomenon with lots of energy and passion.

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

Other cast & crew from Thunderball that we've met:
>Desmond Llewelyn (actor)
>Don Black (lyricist of "The World Is Not Enough")
>Earl Cameron (actor)
>John Barry (soundtrack)
>Ken Adam (production designer)
>Lois Maxwell (actress)
>Luciana Paluzzi (actress)
>Mollie Peters (actress)
>Monty Norman (Composer of the James Bond theme)
>Norman Wanstall (dubbing editor)
>Paul Stassino (actor)
>Peter Lamont (chief draughtsman)
>Peter Roy (actor)
>Rocky Taylor (stuntman)
>Sean Connery (James Bond)

Text written and published by Anders Frejdh in June, 2010.

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