Scott Marks 12:30 p.m., July 26
On Her Majesty's Secret Service
The fifth James Bond installment, made while Sean Connery was saying no, no, not again. For just this once, the 007 role is essayed by George Lazenby, an actual, flesh-and-blood human being who looks as if he stepped straight out of a Terry and the Pirates strip. Slighter of build and feebler of wit than the earlier Bonds; but still, any movie that revives the tradition of avalanches can't be all bad, and the marathon ski chase that precipitates this snow slide is considerable fun. With Diana Rigg; directed by Peter Hunt. 1969.