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Poster for subtitles' movie Live and Let Die (1973).

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Title Live and Let Die (1973)
Type Movie

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ID WhE
Created Oct 24, 2003, 1:08:34 PM
Contributor Tarzan
Language English
FPS 25 (PAL)


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Inside Live and Let Die (EN)
Name
inside live and let die (en)
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1 00:00:0.880 00:00:3.160
  1. It is 1972,
2 00:00:3.400 00:00:7.200
  1. and the world seems
  2. to be turning away from James Bond.
3 00:00:7.440 00:00:9.200
  1. The '60s are over,
4 00:00:9.440 00:00:13.800
  1. and Sean Connery has left the role of 007.
5 00:00:14.160 00:00:17.520
  1. Many critics say James Bond is dead.
6 00:00:17.760 00:00:23.200
  1. Welcome to the story
  2. of the film that proves them wrong.
7 00:00:32.080 00:00:34.440
  1. So the problem was
  2. going to be a new Bond
8 00:00:34.680 00:00:35.800
  1. and it was obviously the biggest part
9 00:00:36.040 00:00:38.200
  1. that had not been
  2. cast in all of show business.
10 00:00:38.440 00:00:42.800
  1. And the favourite was,
  2. for a while, Burt Reynolds.
11 00:00:43.040 00:00:44.800
  1. I'd seen a TV show
12 00:00:45.040 00:00:48.120
  1. and I thought the guy was terrific.
13 00:00:48.360 00:00:52.040
  1. Had all the right elements for Bond.
14 00:00:52.280 00:00:55.520
  1. Cubby had a thing about Bond being
  2. over 6ft. He wanted Bond to be tall.
15 00:00:55.760 00:00:57.680
  1. And the second
  2. and most important thing was
Filename
On Set with Roger Moore - The Funeral Parade (EN)
Name
on set with roger moore - the funeral parade (en)
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# Start End Metadata Lines
1 00:00:7.360 00:00:9.080
  1. Whose funeral is it?
2 00:00:9.320 00:00:12.160
  1. Yours.
3 00:00:28.560 00:00:31.960
  1. When I was a boy
  2. my mother used to take me off,
4 00:00:32.200 00:00:35.560
  1. whenever there was
  2. a Richard Dix movie playing, to see it,
5 00:00:35.800 00:00:39.080
  1. because she was
  2. Richard Dix's number one fan.
6 00:00:39.320 00:00:42.440
  1. You may wonder
  2. why I'm telling you this. Well,
7 00:00:42.680 00:00:46.600
  1. the fellow that just
  2. got in the coffin, from the wrong way up,
8 00:00:46.840 00:00:49.080
  1. is Richard Dix's son, Bob Dix.
9 00:00:49.320 00:00:54.640
  1. About 455 years ago, when I was
  2. under contract at MGM in Hollywood,
10 00:00:54.880 00:00:57.560
  1. Bob was also there under contract.
11 00:00:57.800 00:01:2.000
  1. And about a month ago,
  2. when we first came to New Orleans,
12 00:01:2.240 00:01:5.360
  1. I suddenly discovered
  2. that Bob was here in Slidell.
13 00:01:5.600 00:01:9.160
  1. He now produces pictures
  2. as well as acting in them.
14 00:01:9.400 00:01:12.520
  1. I said, "I think it'd be marvellous
  2. if you'd do something in the film."
15 00:01:12.760 00:01:17.720
  1. I spoke to Guy, and he said there's
  2. a CIA agent - and that's Bob.
Filename
Hang Gliding Lessons (EN)
Name
hang gliding lessons (en)
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# Start End Metadata Lines
1 00:00:18.560 00:00:23.960
  1. For centuries men have tried to emulate
  2. the birds, and dreamed of flying.
2 00:00:24.200 00:00:29.280
  1. Until a few years ago,
  2. this had never been successfully done.
3 00:00:29.520 00:00:34.520
  1. However, I decided this would
  2. be the way to go for a flying machine,
4 00:00:34.760 00:00:39.320
  1. to improve on the ones
  2. which we were using at that time.
5 00:00:39.560 00:00:45.000
  1. We were able to sit in the machine and,
  2. by weight movement, control its flight.
6 00:00:45.240 00:00:48.560
  1. I discovered that
  2. when the towline was disconnected,
7 00:00:48.800 00:00:51.720
  1. the kite had a beautiful
  2. glide characteristic,
8 00:00:51.960 00:00:56.880
  1. and in fact could be controlled
  2. more easily than it could under tow.
9 00:00:57.120 00:01:1.760
  1. I truly felt that I was
  2. the first man to really feel like a bird,
10 00:01:2.000 00:01:5.600
  1. in that I was flying
  2. with no other assistance whatsoever,
11 00:01:5.840 00:01:11.800
  1. and just supported by my wings,
  2. as you might call them.
12 00:01:12.000 00:01:16.680
  1. I'd progressed from... plastic and bamboo
13 00:01:16.920 00:01:20.120
  1. to sophisticated,
  2. modern space-age materials,
14 00:01:20.360 00:01:23.440
  1. aluminum and Dacron and stainless steel,
15 00:01:23.680 00:01:29.760
  1. which enabled us
  2. to go higher with more confidence.
Filename
Live and Let Die (EN)
Name
live and let die (en)
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# Start End Metadata Lines
1 00:00:4.000 00:00:12.000
  1. Ripped with SubRip 1.17 and Verified by CdinT
  2. cdint@hotmail.com
2 00:00:12.040 00:00:16.800
  1. I deliver perfection...
  2. and don't brag about it! :D
3 00:01:11.320 00:01:14.560
  1. ...was so ably pointed out
  2. by the Secretary-General
4 00:01:14.800 00:01:16.680
  1. in his opening remarks.
5 00:01:16.920 00:01:19.360
  1. But - and I must emphasise this point -
6 00:01:19.600 00:01:25.040
  1. no formula can, or will,
  2. ever cover each case.
7 00:01:25.320 00:01:28.360
  1. For instance...
8 00:01:32.680 00:01:35.880
  1. ...when three or more applicants
  2. have been recognised,
9 00:01:36.120 00:01:40.880
  1. which is in direct contradiction to...
10 00:02:45.960 00:02:49.120
  1. Whose funeral is it?
11 00:02:49.360 00:02:52.280
  1. Yours.
12 00:07:28.280 00:07:31.640
  1. One more time again.
13 00:07:43.800 00:07:47.520
  1. Not married, by any chance, are you?
14 00:07:58.920 00:08:0.720
  1. Good morning, 007.
15 00:08:0.960 00:08:4.320
  1. Good... good morning.

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