Goldfinger -Clip from French TV-

As we continue on the theme Its’ Got To Be Bassey we have today a very old vintage clip (lip sync) from French TV from a program called La Grande Lucarne broadcast May 31 in1965.

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 It’s Got To Be Bassey

Here you can read the story about the making of the The video  shot over three weeks, sees UK Bond fans Paul Joseph and Tim Benzie deploying a startling range of locations and props (including some gold body paint) to show history’s various Bonds that the Welsh singer deserves to sing one more theme. The pair has also set up a Facebook page to aid their campaign to get Shirley Bassey involved in “Spectre,” which will be the 24th Bond film and is due to be released in October this year Continue reading…………

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6 thoughts on “Goldfinger -Clip from French TV-”

  1. This is a great rare clip from French TV, thanks for sharing with us Pieter. Shirley looked and sounded so polished in this performance and that note at the end!!! It has to be Shirley for the next and EVERY Bond film!



  2. There is only one Bond Girl and that is Shirley Bassey!
    After this ” Bond/Bassey Week ” we can only hope that the new title song will be sung by Shirley!
    Thank you Pieter for everything you gave us in this special week!!


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