Sean Connery Wearing a Wedding Dress

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This photo of Sean Connery wearing a wedding dress was taken in 1974 on the set of Zardoz. I have no clue what else to add here. Speechless.

You’re the man now, dog!

Sean Connery was in my opinion the best Bond (though I have a soft spot for Roger Moore), acted in a lot of fine movies and kept his Scottish accent no matter what nationality he played.

written by recurving on 2011-11-14 in #lifestyle #overly-descriptive-title #sean-connery

9 Comments

  1. hervinsyah
    hervinsyah ·

    I love Charlotte Rampling in Zardoz, because she hasn't shave her armpit ;p

  2. mochilis
    mochilis ·

    Best Bond and bride ever!

  3. darryl1208
    darryl1208 ·

    Best Bond ever. Roger Moore was also a fine one. And Connary was the argue why I watched Highlander. What ever he did, he did well. Red October is one of the best movies he ever did, directly behind him as Bond and as Father of Indiana Jones.

  4. gvelasco
    gvelasco ·

    Sean was my favorite Bond, but Roger Moore was in my favorite classic Bond movie - "For Your Eyes Only". I do like the new series better, however. Their just more realistic.

    Zardoz was an interesting move. Y'all should see it if you have a chance.

  5. explorette
    explorette ·

    I'd still bag that!!! lol

  6. kuryzu
    kuryzu ·

    hahahahahaa sweet!

  7. peewpeewbangwatcha
    peewpeewbangwatcha ·

    Fantastic. Fan god danm tastic.

  8. superlighter
    superlighter ·

    machos a go go!

  9. bridgetj
    bridgetj ·

    Ah, Zardoz. Next time I'm blissed out on cold meds, I'll have to pull that one out.

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