In an earlier post this month, I included the James Bond film On Her Majesty’s Secret Service as one of my three favorite Christmas movies.
The film was released during the 1969 Christmas season and largely takes place during the snowy Christmas holiday in Switzerland where James Bond encounters the criminal mastermind Ernst Stavro Blofeld.
Below is a link to the film's trailer:
Liam Gaughan at Collider.com also noted that On Her Majesty’s Secret Service is a surprisingly great Christmas movie.
A movie fan’s favorite actor is a very personal decision that is largely dependent upon when they grew up with the character. It’s very easy to associate with the version of the character that you were introduced to first. Younger viewers who grew up with may associate the character with his darker attributes, while older viewers who were introduced to Bond through Roger Moore’s films might think of him as . While has their fans, the cheering section for George Lazenby’s version of Bond may not be very significant. Lazenby only got one chance to play Bond, but his screen debut in On Her Majesty’s Secret Service was certainly a memorable one. made; it’s also a surprisingly great Christmas movie.
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