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January 27, 2014 12:26 PM

BBC America’s ‘Fleming’ a mixed bag

Ian Fleming, known worldwide for creating super spy James Bond, had a background in intelligence work, an eye for women, and a talent for unpredictability. He also had massive insecurities, numerous love affairs and was overshadowed by his older brother, who was a published novelist. All of this is seen in “Fleming: The Man Who Would be Bond,” a new four-part series from BBC America starting Wednesday.

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