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May 19, 1995

Bill Styles, council chairman of the Royal College of General Practitioners, reveals in the latest British Medical Association News Review that while he was a student at St Mary's Hospital Medical School in London, he appeared with Sean Connery in the Bond film Goldfinger. He was one of a group of Mary's medical students who were film extras for the Pinewood and Shepperton studios in the mid-1960s, and, as well as starring as a GI with a rifle in Goldfinger, had roles in Those Magnificent Men in their Flying Machines and Operation Crossbow.

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