Rolling Stone Magazine/Newspaper-October 27,1983-Issue No. 407-74 pages. This vintage Rolling Stone-which originally sold for $1.50-features a color cover photo of Sean Connery plus an article with photos.Sean Connery was the first actor to play superspy James Bond in feature films. Connery was a bodybuilder who turned to acting in his 20s, making his way into the movies in the mid-1950s. In 1962 he starred as James Bond in Dr. No, and by 1971 he had appeared in five more Bond movies, quitting the role that year after Diamonds Are Forever. Sean Connery managed to break free of the Bond stereotype in the 1970s, thanks to movies such as the 1975 adventures The Wind and the Lion (with Candice Bergen) and The Man Who Would Be King (with Michael Caine). During the 1980s and '90s he appeared in dozens of films, and won an Oscar for his supporting role as a grizzled Irish cop in The Untouchables (1987). Eternally hunky and no-nonsense, Connery continued to play the love interest to younger actresses such as Catherine Zeta-Jones (in 1999's Entrapment). He also returned to the role of Bond in Never Say Never Again (1983, with Kim Basinger). Sean Connery has taken few roles in the 21st century, although he did star in Finding Forrester (2000) and the action picture The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen (2003). Connery was denied a knighthood by Britain in 1998 for his support of Scottish nationalism, but he was finally knighted in 2000 by Queen Elizabeth II.The Rolling Stone has been autographed on the front cover by Sean Connery.............BOTH ROLLING STONE AND AUTOGRAPH ARE IN VERY GOOD CONDITION.