The Golden Age of Hollywood

I am a fan of all things spy! Especially pre-1980's movies and tv shows and the Euro Spy genre of the 1960's!

I wrote a screenplay called "Super7even vs Dr Diabolical" and even cut some mock trailers showcasing the masked superspy. Here is a website I created that contains info, posters, trailers, etc.

Enjoy the spy antics of Super7even!


www.super7evenspy.com

Bob

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Great fun stuff!! I went to a convention several years back and got to watch Superargo on a big screen!! Love the Euro spy, super hero and Spaghetti western stuff!!
You may want to check out the Eurospy Forum...GFreat stuff there :)

http://thewildeye.co.uk/forum/index.php?PHPSESSID=6a2e3b0ba6d7384ba...
Years ago, I went to the Memphis Film Festival. My buddy, a HUGE James Bond fan, was supposed to make it, but his car blew up on the way. Shirley Eaton from Goldfinger was there, and sat at our table at breakfast to talk to us for a few minutes. I picked up some Bond stuff for my buddy and Miss Eaton signed my Goldfinger paperback and some things for Max. Needless to say, he enjoyed his birthday and Christmas presents.

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