Sean Connery, several beers past shaking or stirring (1962, via drmacro)
Monty Norman Orchestra - James Bond Theme (Best of Bond…James Bond)
Sean Connery & Aston Martin in Goldfinger (1964, dir. Guy Hamilton) (via guardian.co.uk)
With most women his manner was a mixture of taciturnity and passion. The lengthy approaches to a seduction bored him almost as much as the subsequent mess of disentanglement. He found something grisly in the inevitability of the pattern of each affair. The conventional parabola - sentiment, the touch of the hand, the kiss, the passionate kiss, the feel of the body, the climax in the bed, then more bed, then less bed, then the boredom, the tears and the final bitterness was to him shameful and hypocritical. Even more he shunned the mise en scene for each of those acts in the play — the meeting at a party, the restaurant, the taxi, his flat, her flat, then the week-end by the sea, then the flats again, then the furtive alibis and the final angry farewell on some doorstep in the rain.
-Ian Fleming, Casino Royale (1953)
Carly Simon - Nobody Does it Better (The Spy Who Loved Me) (via The Spy Who Loved Me: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)