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Posted By: Don Anderson
Posted On: Sunday November 15, 2020 at 1:07 PM
 
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Get this. The movie Goldfinger was debuted in Fort Knox when I
was there for basic training in early 1965. All because they shot a lot of film for the Gold heist. So all of the soldiers passing out on film were really in training at the time. Those female pilots were the only members of the opposite sex we had seen for weeks.

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Article: In tribute to Sean Connery which James Bond car would you add to your dream garage? by John Bono #51189
DB5.....easy choice. (EOM) by Jack Dodds #51189.1
Same for me. I was smitten @ 10yrs old when I saw 'Goldfinger' and still am today. (EOM) by Steve Jakubczak #51189.1.1
The 2CV...especially as the ones in the film had GS engines! (EOM) by John Roberts #51189.2
Roger Moore drove that one, if I recall. (EOM) by John Bono #51189.2.1
I think you may be right JB! (EOM) by John Roberts #51189.2.1.1
Get this. The movie Goldfinger was debuted in Fort Knox when I by Don Anderson #51189.3
I got to see the movie in the fall of '64 during heavy weapons infantry training at Fort Dix, NJ. (EOM) by John Bono #51189.3.1
It may have been 1964. I was drafted December 1. And basic training by Don Anderson #51189.3.1.1
Could have been December '64 for me. Old age seems to be going by pretty darn fast too. (EOM) by John Bono #51189.3.1.1.1




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