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Shmibli7

As evidenced by my profile picture, quote, and actions, I love spy fiction movies and television shows. James Bond being my favorite but also movie series such as the Bourne franchise, the Mission: Impossible franchise, The November Man, and and T.V. series such as The Blacklist and Burn Notice. Any other spy fiction lovers here?

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OneUnder

I really have to get around to re-watching the Bond films.  I recall enjoying the early ones (Connery, Lazenby, Moore) the most. 

If you're looking for cold war espionage related laughs, however, I cannot recommend Get Smart highly enough.  It's probably one of the best comedy shows to come out of the era.

The entire series is available on Amazon in a box set, and some episodes are on YouTube as well.

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Shmibli7
1 hour ago, OneUnder said:

 

The entire series is available on 

My friend loves Get Smart.

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