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MJ's stylist Rushka Bergman visited the house for meetings re TII rehearsal wardrobe -



Go to 2:40 mins - looks like this is a side or secondary entrance to the house - cover pic and @ 2:36 mins must be the stairwell where Kai Chase saw Murray carrying the oxygen tanks in the mornings, one in each hand (ho hum)...  

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Ok, somebody get me Sir Connery, right here, RIGHT NOW !!  :lol:
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I would debunk this theory based on Kai Chase story of that day. She was working there before May, then was temporary out, then back again to that house to work. Kai would say that she was working at the different house. You don't think that they all came to the 100 N. Carolwood Dirve only for the June 25 to perform hoax. So, I don't think so either.
But as I always say, somebody else but Michael was taken to the hospital. She did not see who was taken to the hospital. Or, Michael was taken to the hospital but he did not die.

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Here's some info on the property, posted on 22 Dec. 2008:
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Is Michael Jackson on the Move?

According to the good folks at gossip juggernaut TMZ, fallen pop music icon Michael Jackson recently leased a humongous house in the posh Holmby Hills section of Los Angeles for a staggering $100,000 per month.

According to property records, the lavish and exuberantly decorated pile on N. Carolwood Drive is owned by Roxanne Guez who is (or was, we don't know) married to Hubert Guez, a somewhat controversial bizness man who made his millions manufacturing apparel in Mexico for all sorts of recognizable mass market brands. Mister Guez now serves as the CEO of a coterie of clothing brands including Ed Hardy and Christian Audiger.

Listing information we ferreted out shows the 3- story Richard Landry designed "French Chateau" style estate was built in 2002, measures in at a whopping 17,171 square feet and includes 7 bedrooms and an unlucky 13 terlits. Until sometime last week, the fit for a Saudi royal property was listed for sale with a blistering asking price of $38,000,000.

Other amenities of the gated and heavily fortified estate include subterranean garaging, 12 fireplaces, an impress-the-guests style entrance hall with a curving staircase, formal living and dining rooms, a wood paneled den with adjoining library, a theater room, a gore-may kitchen with eating area, family room and, of course, a wine cellar where The White Lady can store his rare collection of Julio and Gallo "Jesus Juice."

The 1.26 acre property includes a heated swimming pool (which we can't imagine Mister Jackson can use due to his various skin conditions) and an adjacent guest house for whatever handlers, minders and sycophants he still has on his payroll.

Of course, Your Mama don't know nuthin' about nuthin' but what we do know is that according to information we received, the house in question was indeed leased for $100,000 per month. But as of early this a.m. we're just not sure if it was (or was not) leased to Mister Jackson.

Although Mister Jackson has leased houses in Los Angeles in the past, including a big tacky thing up on Shadow Hill Way, Your Mama can't imagine why Mister Jackson would leave his relatively incognito digs in Las Vegas and come to Los Angeles, land of marauding paparazzi, can you?
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The house is listed as being on sale for $23.5 million:
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(Pics and property details here.)

Property Features:
24 Hour Security
Gated Community
Guest House
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Property Information for 100 N Carolwood Dr

Property Features:  

•Single Family Residence
Year Built: 2002
•8 Bedrooms
•11 Bathrooms
•Approximately 16,119 Sq Ft
•Lot size: 54,870 Sq Ft
•County: Los Angeles
•Heating type: Heating & Cooling
•Heating detail: Central

Financial History:

Last sold for $18,500,180 on 1/16/2004
Last assessed at $20,377,083 on 2010

Previous sales
•$18,500,000 on 1/16/2004

Previous assessments
•$20,377,083 on 2010
•$20,425,493 on 2009
•$20,425,493 on 2008
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"In 2002, the now famous home at 100 N. Carolwood Drive in Holmby Hills was owned and occupied by Sean Connery. That home will now forever be famous as the last residence of Michael Jackson."

If Sean Connery owned the property in 2002, and it was sold in 2004, then I'm guessing Connery stopped owning it (or living there) in 2004. I don't believe that blog post saying Connery went through the gates in 2009... That person may not even have seen who was in the car, and might have made the whole thing up. Or maybe Connery was visiting. Or... I dunno.
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Sir Thomas Sean Connery:
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Connery was later discharged from the navy on medical grounds because of a duodenal ulcer. Afterwards, he returned to the co-op, then worked as, among other things, a lorry driver, a labourer, an artist's model for the Edinburgh College of Art and a coffin polisher.  :shock:

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Sean Connery at 80: My acting days are over but I'm still loving life
Aug 25 2010 Exclusive interview by Rick Fulton

SIR SEAN CONNERY told last night how he was ''thrilled" that he had reached 80 - and promised that there was life in the old Bond yet.

Surrounded by wife Micheline and 15 of his close family at his home in the Bahamas, the 007 legend said he was recently laid low by weeks of health problems but he was on the mend.

Speaking exclusively to the Record on the eve of his 80th birthday today, Sir Sean said: "I'm swimming every day and I'm even trying to get the golf swing working again - but that might take a little bit longer.

"During the summer, I wasn't in pain but I wasn't feeling great.

"I came to the Edinburgh Film Festival in June then, when I left for the south of France, I realised I'd lost a little bit of weight and needed to change my regime.

"I've done that and the last few days have been pretty special with the family here.

"We've eaten non-stop and it has been a great celebration."

It's been an incredible 80 years for a man who rose from humble beginnings as Thomas Sean Connery, in Fountainbridge, Edinburgh, to become Scotland's most famous living person.

He's an Oscar-winning actor, a knight of the realm and a Hollywood legend forever remembered as the best James Bond.

But even now, Sir Sean would never think of resting on his laurels. He said: "The knighthood I received was a fantastic honour but it's not something I've ever used and I don't think I ever will.

"It's incredible to think of the boy growing up in Edinburgh being given one of the highest awards that can be given."

No Scots entertainer has reached so many homes and enriched so many people's lives as our greatest acting legend.

But it's not just the iconic Bond movies, such as Dr No, Goldfinger and Thunderball, for which Sir Sean is most loved.

His other memorable movies include The Man Who Would Be King, Marnie, A Bridge Too Far, Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade, Time Bandits and The Untouchables (for which he won his best supporting actor Oscar in 1988 as old cop Jim Malone).

Much has been made of Sir Sean's retirement from acting.

His last film, The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen, was in 2003. And despite persistent rumours that he may return, he revealed to the Record it is unlikely we will ever see him grace the silver screen again.

He said: "I don't think I'll ever act again. I have so many wonderful memories but those days are over.

"I've done a voiceover for an 85-minute animated film called Sir Billi, which I enjoyed and it will be exciting to see that project finished. Shirley Bassey sings the theme and Ruby Wax was also involved."

Of course, the great man has been around the showbiz block enough to never say never (again).

Basking in the sun at his plush Bahamas home, it's incredible to think of his life's journey. As a child back in the 1930s, Thomas, as he was known then, slept in the bottom drawer of the family wardrobe and would only get a proper (sofa) bed when his brother Neil arrived eight years later.

His mum Effie was a cleaner and his dad Joseph a lorry driver.

Sir Sean has always strived hard to improve his life. At the age of nine he got a job delivering milk, working in the evenings as a butcher's assistant.

At 13, he left school to become a full-time milkman, before joining the armed forces aged 16.

During his three years in the Navy, he got his famous tattoos "Scotland Forever" and "Mum and Dad", before a duodenal ulcer cut short his military career at 19.

He admitted: "I left Scotland when I was 16 because I had no qualifications for anything but the Navy, having left school at 13."

Back in Scotland, Sean turned his hand to a range of jobs - a coffin polisher, labourer and a nude artist's model for Edinburgh College of Art.

Big Tam, as he was known due to his gangly frame, started bodybuilding and his physique landed him a part as a spear carrier in a 1952 production of The Glorious Years starring Anna Neagle.

He then entered the Mr Universe contest. One of the competitors mentioned that auditions were being held for a production of South Pacific and Sean, as he was now known, landed a small part.

His first film role was an uncredited part in the 1955 movie Lilacs In The Spring, a musical drama starring Errol Flynn.

It was another three years before he got his first big break, opposite Lana Turner in Another Time, Another Place.

Roles in films such as Tarzan's Greatest Adventure followed before he hit the big time in 1962 as suave secret agent James Bond in Dr No.

Connery became world-famous, starring in five more Bond movies - Goldfinger, From Russia With Love, Thunderball, You Only Live Twice and Diamonds Are Forever. He also reprised the role in unofficial Bond movie Never Say Never Again.

His favourite isn't, as most people think, Thunderball.

Sir Sean said: "From Russia With Love was my absolute favourite.

"The story was intriguing and the locations were intriguing. It was an international movie in every sense of the word."

Asked which of all his many films he enjoyed most, he said: "Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade.

"I was working with Steven Spielberg and George Lucas. The teamwork was special. It was a great adventure and Harrison Ford and Denholm Elliot were wonderful actors. I had so much fun."

He also says he enjoyed working with legendary director Sidney Lumet, with whom he made six films.

The movie that stumped him completely was Meteor, an early 1970s sci-fi thriller about an asteroid on a collision course with Earth which co-starred Natalie Wood.

He laughed: "It's probably top of my worst films list. It just bombed.

"It had a great director, it had good actors including Karl Malden (star of TV cop show The Streets Of San Francisco) but the special effects were a bit limited."

As well as being famous for his acting and his desire for an independent Scotland, Sir Sean is one of our keenest football fans.

A regular at Rangers games, he was once a keen footballer himself and played for Bonnyrigg Rose in his younger days and was offered a trial with East Fife.

While on tour with South Pacific, Sean played in a football match against a local team that legendary Manchester United manager Matt Busby happened to be scouting.

According to reports, Busby offered Sean a contract worth £25 a week immediately after the game.

But he realised that at 23, he only had about seven years of top-class football left, while acting could last considerably longer.

While he still enjoys a kickabout with grandson Dashiell (by his only son Jason), Sir Sean admitted one of his biggest vices is football on TV.

He speaks at least once a week with close friend and Rangers owner Sir David Murray about the state of the game and believes Scottish football is definitely on the up.

Sir Sean said: "There are lots of good young Scots players in the SPL and the English Premier League and they're being given a chance. That's got to help the national team."

Seven years ago, he said he would come back to live in Scotland when it is independent. He hasn't lived here for decades and is allowed into the UK for only 90 days a year.

But he's still a frequent visitor to his homeland. In June, he unveiled a plaque marking his childhood home in Fountainbridge.

When asked if there is anything he misses about Scotland, he said: "The craic."

He added: "It's certainly not the rain. There are so many characters in Scotland."

He is certainly one of them. Happy 80th birthday, Sir Sean.
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yeah, and why not keep going about 007  :lol:  :lol:  :lol:
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Quote from: "whatyourheartsays"
yeah, and why not keep going about 007  :lol:  :lol:  :lol:

He was James Bond in 7! movies  :o
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Michael's Vision - The Immortal Experience

Yeah, MJ in the house of 007  :mrgreen:  That rocks !
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Yeah, MJ in the house of 007  :mrgreen:  That rocks !

And the postcode is 90077.
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[youtube:25ek3k37]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o9cZJJcPk6Y&feature=related[/youtube:25ek3k37]
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Michael's Vision - The Immortal Experience

Yes Sean Connery is now a Permanent Resident holder in the Bahamas and lives in Nassau with his wife who also is a Permanent Resident holder.  He considers the Bahamas his home.
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They were 7 the actors who interpreted the personage of James Bond
Sean Connery (1962-1971),(1983):

David Niven (1967)

George Lazenby (1969):

Roger Moore (1964),(1973-1985):

Timothy Dalton (1987-1989):

Pierce Brosnan (1995-2002):

Daniel Craig (2006-actualidad):

and Barry Nelson
Casino Royale (TV, 1954)
But it was an adactacion for the television, but in the cinema they were 7 till now.
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