Ian Fleming


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British writer famous for writing spy novels about secret agent James Bond (1908-1964)

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Sent off 11-4 favourite for a 7f Wolverhampton maiden under today's rider Ed Greatrex on his reappearance in March, Ian Fleming showed a good attitude to beat newcomer Sweet Dragon Fly by a nose and that form was franked when fourth Jordan Sport won a handicap at Redcar last week off a mark of 75.
I am sure he is a splendid actor - in fact, I know he is - but he doesn't typify what Ian Fleming had in his mind.
German actor Gert Frobe, who also appeared as Baron Bomburst in the movie Chitty Chitty Bang Bang based on another Ian Fleming story, said playing Goldfinger made the public see him in a different light.
Before any films were made Ian Fleming had his own ideas what Bond looked like.
She stated that the Bond that Ian Fleming wrote was suave and good looking, and Connery played that role perfectly.
Ian Fleming famously wrote about places he had actually been.
Channel the spirit of James Bond author Ian Fleming who created his famous character right here in this home-turned-holiday resort.
1964: Ian Fleming, best-selling author and creator of James Bond, died.
The 61-year-old, best known for his murder mysteries featuring quadriplegic investigator Lincoln Rhyme and his sidekick Amelia Sachs, as portrayed by Denzel Washington and Angelina Jolie in the film adaptation of The Bone Collector, was approached by Ian Fleming Publications, after his 2004 historical thriller, Garden Of Beasts, won the Crime Writers' Association Ian Fleming Steel Dagger award.
James Bond was created in 1953 by Ian Fleming, who wrote 12 novels.
Ian Fleming wrote 12 novels and nine short stories revolving around spy James Bond.
On 12 September 1940, Lieutenant Commander Ian Fleming, RNVR, Personal Assistant to the Director of Naval Intelligence, concocted an extraordinary plan to crash-land a captured German plane in the English Channel and overpower the patrol boat crew that came to rescue its "survivors," thereby gaining access to the much needed code books.
The Bond Code: The Dark World of Ian Fleming and James Bond" takes a look behind the man behind the icon of pulp spy fiction, Ian Fleming.
Ian Fleming wrote them in February 1952 at Goldeneye, his home in Jamaica.
LONDON: It turns out macho James Bond creator Ian Fleming got a little help from an unexpected source - a real life Miss Moneypenny whom he turned to for advice on plot points and character developmen.