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RIP Sir Sean Connery, James Bond.


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I grew up in Fountainbridge in Edinburgh where he lived as a boy, his house was demolished many years ago, I remember they had outside toilets.

My Dad worked as a Milkman in St Cuthberts where Sean worked but was more friendly with his brother.

I remember he visited my Primary School in Tollcross and we all got the afternoon off, he had a chat with my son at a Red Carpet event at the Cinema in Fountainbridge during the Edinburgh Film festival, my son who was about 6 at the time asked me who the old guy was.

 

Lovely guy, best Bond ever, Rest In Peace.

 
 

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I'm gutted - I always wanted to meet him - he most certainly was the ONLY Bond.  By all accounts he was a lovely man.

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