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PostSubject: Re: Timothy Dalton- "The Crimson Hour"   Tue Jul 22, 2014 1:48 pm

A very enjoyable read and great improvement over the original film.

Looking forward to part 3 of the trilogy. Title sounds intriguing.
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PostSubject: Re: Timothy Dalton- "The Crimson Hour"   Thu Jul 24, 2014 7:59 am

I took it, like this story, from PK's list of titles. This latest incarnation would take place around 1996 I'd wager by which time Dalton would either be at the end or coming to the end of his tenure.

Assuming there was no legal wranglings, a third Bond film could've happened in 1991 for Dalton, then 1993 and about 1995/6. As he was signed up until not long before GE started rolling (so to speak) than who knows.
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PostSubject: Re: Timothy Dalton- "The Crimson Hour"   Mon Sep 01, 2014 8:59 am

Did you ever put together a "cast list" for this one as you did with "TMOF"?
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PostSubject: Re: Timothy Dalton- "The Crimson Hour"   Mon Sep 01, 2014 9:21 am

Kind of, it was a small almost byline in the opening post. Expanding:

Timothy Dalton- JAMES BOND
Michael Kitchen- BILL TANNER
Geoffrey Rush- ELLIOT CARVER
Caroline Bliss- MONEYPENNY
Carey Lowell- PAM BOUVIER
Gotz Otto- STAMPER
Geoffrey Palmer- ADMIRAL ROEBUCK (FIRST LORD OF THE ADMIRALTY)
Michael Gambon- ADMIRAL RICHARD KENDAL (HMS WINCHESTER, BRITISH TASK FORCE)

the lower you go the trickier. Michael Byrne is seared into my mind as the admiral on HMS Bedford in the film ("Sink that thing!") and so on. Gotz Otto is debatable. But then TND was 1997 and as above this could've been 1995-97 so no reason why he wouldn't.
If Carver pilloried Rupert Murdoch then I think Rush would work. Next to that Sam Neill, not long after JP in 1993 but just about the right age.
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PostSubject: Re: Timothy Dalton- "The Crimson Hour"   Wed Sep 03, 2014 9:05 am

Ah, I must have missed that. It's a shame Rush never had his hand at a Bond villain.
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