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THIS STORY LAST UPDATED: 26 September 2005 1442 BST
Interview with Valerie Leon
Valerie Leon
Valerie Leon at Infinitely Better in Swindon

70s screen icon Valerie Leon recently visited Swindon for an in-store signing session.

Listen to our interview as we ask Valerie about her varied career.

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Actress Valerie Leon's CV reads like a list of some of the most well-loved films of the 20th Century.

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Valerie Leon around the time she appeared in Blood from the Mummy's Tomb

As well as appearances in two James Bond films - The Spy Who Loved Me with Roger Moore and Never Say Never Again with Sean Connery, she has appeared in countless other classic movies.

The Italian Job, Revenge of the Pink Panther, The Wild Geese and six Carry On's are just some of the other films she has had small parts in during her illustrious career.

In 1971 she enjoyed a starring role in the classic Hammer Horror movie Blood from the Mummy's Tomb.

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Valerie at Infinitely Better

Her impressive TV credits also include The Saint, Space 1999, The Avengers and The Persuaders.

On Thursday 29th April, Valerie made a personal appearance at Swindon memorabilia store Infinitely Better where she met her many admirers and signed autographs.

Self-confessed fan, BBC Wiltshire's Daniel Garrett chatted to Valerie about her long and varied career.

Click the link below to listen to the interview in streaming Real Audio.

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