Bond Films Sean Connery
Rotten Tomatoes. ^ "Official website's entry on 2000 knighthood". In the spring of 1957, Connery hired agent Richard Hatton who got him a role as Spike, a minor gangster with a speech impediment in Montgomery Tully's No Road Back alongside Skip Homeier, Paul Carpenter, Patricia Dainton and Norman Wooland. In April 1957, Rakoff, after being disappointed by Jack Palance, decided to give the young actor his first chance in a leading role and cast Connery as Mountain McLintock in BBC TV's outstanding production of Requiem For a Heavyweight which also starred Warren Mitchell and Jacqueline Hill. ^ Callan, Michael Feeney (1 November 2002). 21 November 2005.
Retrieved 22 January 2012. The Scotsman (UK). ^ Yule 1992, p.1. Terence Young took the relatively inexperienced actor under his wing and trained him in luxury dress, fine dining and gave him the understanding he needed to play his new role. A & C Black, an imprint of Bloomsbury Publishing plc. Retrieved 29 September 2007. OCLC12644589. cnn. access-date= requires url= (help) ^ Biography for Sean Connery at the Internet Movie Database ^ a b Ferguson, Euan (2 October 2004).
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