Have No Fear, Bond is Here: 50 Years of Casino Royale
By Nicolás Suszczyk, Guest Writer
It was a day of 2002 when my father bought me a VHS tape of the 1967 satirical version of Casino Royale, then the only film tied to Ian Fleming’s much different book that initiated the literary saga of James Bond.
That video had no subtitles in Spanish, and by then my English knowledge was good but not good enough to understand a movie. If the film’s plot was already confusing, misguided and in many aspects “incomplete,” just imagine a 12-year-old boy trying to get something out of it, barely understanding a few words and having not read the novel.
Strangely enough, I was fascinated by the movie. I still am.
The Charles K. Feldman production is a colorful, bombastic and very funny film: you won’t be laughing for hours, but there are a few…
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