A Tribute to Sean Connery

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This page is about a screamer of which the original copy was deleted.
A Tribute to Sean Connery
Maker: Unknown
Type: YouTube video
Release date: 2010

A Tribute to Sean Connery is a video simply coming off as a tribute to the late Scottish born British actor Sean Connery. The video has been deleted, due to multiple complaints being filed against the uploader of the video.

the video starts off with a single image of Sean Connery. then the text "Remembering Sean Connery" follows. and simply shows a slideshow of Sean Connery, with the piece "Crying Alone" which is by the Netherlands Musical Artist known as Jurrivh, the music stops at 4:41, then subsequently shows an image of the late actor Sean Connery with a chair. then some text comes along and says "here lies Sir Sean Connery", followed by "1930 - 2020" the year that he was born on August 25, 1930, and the year that he had died on October 31, 2020[1], the video then goes black for a while until around about 5:1, a looping gif of a man with thumbs going through his eyes and blood coming out, suddenly appears with a loud scream.

The GIF is from the 1971 American Supernatural Horror Film "The Evil Dead" (originally released as Book of the Dead), after the screamer. it shows a scene from the 1952 spy film "Dr. No" where Sean Connery first introduces himself as James Bond, the clip freezes into a still image frame and it fades away, which is then followed by a black screen, and some text: "Sean Connery..." "Gone, but not forgotten"



NOTE: The following link contains a screamer!

  • youtube.com/watch?v=VUAVX5wersU



2 months ago
Score 2++
Man, using the recent passing of Connery to make a scare prank seems pretty tactless.

Anonymous user #1

2 months ago
Score 2++
Did he just disrespect the dead?


8 days ago
Score 1++
yes, if you're gonna make a screamer with someone's death is disrespectful, but also adding "Sean Connery..." "Gone, but not forgotten" is still disrespectful.
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