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1967 and 1983 were great years for James Bond fans—the film franchise spans over sixty years, but those two years are the only ones that saw two film releases within the same year, Casino Royale and You Only Live Twice in 1967 and Octopussy and Never Say Never Again in 1983.

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Samsung Galaxy A54 5G Is $450, Will Get 5 Years of Updates


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How to Remove Bing Chat “Discover” Button in Microsoft Edge


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