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  Fan Festival 2010 [read more]
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  Fan Festival is proud to present their first collectors convention and signing event at the London Film Museum in County Hall.

The weekend of the 24th & 25th April will be packed with opportunities to meet some of your favourite actors and actresses from the movie industry. Stars of the British film industry will be on hand for signings among the collector’s tables and exhibition pieces on display.

Confirmed guests so far include:
·Richard Kiel – His first singing in Central London
·James Bond himself, George Lazenby, from On Her Majesty’s Secret Service.
·Ray Harryhausen, the man who invented stop motion animation in film
·Honor Blackman - Pussy Galore and Doctor Who
·Burt Kwouk – Cato Fong from The Pink Panther films
·Jesper Christensen – His first ever signing event

In total they shall be having the largest gathering of Bond actors and actresses under one roof. On the Saturday night, Sir Christopher Lee will be receiving a lifetime achievement award from Cinema Retro Magazine in a special Q&A session, hosted by writer and publisher Lee Pfeiffer, in the Debating Chamber at the heart of the building.

Click on the link above for more details.
  Graeme Clark [28 Mar 2010 at 19:30]
     

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