CBS News 16/6/2017

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The name was Roger Moore

Roger Moore

Roger Moore 1927 – 2017

If you grew up in the 70’s and 80’s then he was your first James Bond.

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Who was your first Batman?

Adam West 1928-2017

120 episodes between 1966 and 1968 with Adam West as the TV caped crusader. He died on June 9th.

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BBC Business News 4/6/17

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Dial M for Murder

Sir Alfred Hitchcock died on April 29 1980. See if you can follow the logic and solve the 1954 Dial M for Murder mystery!

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Sky News 30/4/17

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Silence of the lambs

The Director of the 1991 film Silence of the Lambs was Jonathan Demme. He died on April 26th 2017.

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Sky news 17th April 2017

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May calls June election

The surprise of the day. Can you complete some key words from the statement?

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Rebel without a cause

Did you know this James Dean cult classic from 1955 begins on Easter Sunday?

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