Reg Gadney

Reginald Bernard John Gadney (20 January 1941 – 1 May 2018) was a painter, thriller-writer and an occasional screenwriter or screenplay adaptor. Gadney was also an officer in the Coldstream Guards in the 1960s and later wrote the biopic screenplay ''"Goldeneye"'' (about author Ian Fleming) which was filmed in 1989 with Charles Dance playing Ian Fleming. Gadney cameoed as the real-life James Bond, the man who lent his name to Fleming's eponymous spy. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Gadney, Reg, 1941-
Published 1986
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by Gadney, Reg, 1941-
Published 1983
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by Gadney, Reg, 1941-
Published 1988
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by Gadney, Reg, 1941-
Published 1975
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by Gadney, Reg, 1941-
Published 1976
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by Gadney, Reg, 1941-
Published 1979
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by Gadney, Reg, 1941-
Published 1986
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by Gadney, Reg, 1941-
Published 1971
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by Gadney, Reg, 1941-
Published 1971
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by Gadney, Reg, 1941-
Published 1971
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Published 2001
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Published 2005
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