When Sir Sean Connery passed away on Halloween, at the age of 90, almost everyone thought of his iconic role as James Bond. Every man of a certain age wanted to be him, every woman wanted to be with him. But the actor did so much more.
Enjoy “The Untouchables,” the 1987 film for which he won his Oscar. Or “The Hunt for Red October” as the Soviet submarine captain determined to defect. And “The Man Who Would Be King,” a Kipling story brought to vivid life.
We drink a martini in your honor, Sir Sean. Always shaken, not stirred.
– David Johnson, DJGroup