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This Day in Film History:
October 7


1971:

The French Connection premieres in the United States.

1983:

Never Say Never Again opens. The film marks Sean Connery's final appearance as James Bond. Barbara Carrera eventually receives a Best Supporting Actress nomination for the Golden Globes, the only time an acting nomination went to Bond film.

1994:

Quentin Tarrantino's Pulp Fiction debuts in New York and Los Angeles

2003:

Having recalled Gray Davis, California voters elect Arnold Schwarzenegger as Governor. The action movie star and political novice is elected over a slate of more than 100 candidates, including Larry Flynt (finishing 7th), Gary Coleman (8th) and porn star, er, adult film actress, Mary "Mary Carey" Cook (10th).





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