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Once the dates begin, you spend between 4 ½ to 5 minutes chatting, we make sure we stop half way through the night for a 20 minute break, this gives everyone an opportunity for refills and a little breather.
The scene in Casino Royale became the most recognisable image of Craig in his new role as 007 and turned him into an international sex symbol.
It was widely interpreted as a pastiche of the moment when Ursula Andress stepped out of the sea in the original Bond film, Dr No. "Where we filmed, off the Bahamas, it's just one of those places where there is a sand shelf and the sand shelf happens to be three feet deep.
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