Shaken *and* Stirred: R.I.P. Sean Connery — and Thank You!

He was, of course the first James Bond (and will always remain my favorite one).

He was the original Highlander (there can be only one, and it sure as heck ain’t Christopher Lambert).  He was Indie’s father.  He was Col. Arbuthnot in the 1974 adaptation of Murder on the Orient Express.  He was a lot of things … and people.  All memorable in their own way.  All unique.

For me, though, he will always be, first and foremost, Brother William of Baskerville and Jimmy Malone.

Thank you, Sir Sean, and soraidh … for now!

 

 

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