Spy Who Loved Me (1977)
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UPC 14: 00027616066541
Category Keywords: 007 Action Adventure Betrayal Egypt Heroes James Bond Live-Action Recommended Romance Secret Agents Sequel Spies Submarines Theatrical Release Thriller Undersea
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Albert R. Broccoli Presents Roger Moore as Ian Fleming's James Bond 007.
|007 teams up with a seductive russian agent to stop a madman's plot for world destruction with a seven-foot-tall giant called 'jaws' standing in his way.|
"One of the best of the Roger Moore Bond films...Gorgeous scenery, super music... Find-A-Video
"Rousing, lavishly produced James Bond adventure...Grand fun for one and all... Leonard Maltin's Movie & Video Guide
Editor's NoteTHE SPY WHO LOVED ME, the 10th film in the James Bond series, ventures not only into the depths of the ocean but into the deep topic of betrayal and morality as well, placing it among the boldest of the 007 films. James Bond (Roger Moore) is coupled with Russian agent Anya "Triple-X" Amasova (Barbara Bach) to recover stolen Soviet submarines from evil oceanographer Carl Stromberg (Curt Jurgens) and his gigantic lackey, Jaws (Richard Kiel). When Triple-X learns that Bond killed her husband on a mission in the Alps, she must overcome her selfish notions of revenge and work with 007 for the good of the world.In addition to the Bond staple of girls and gadgetry, the film features beautifully shot footage of the Austrian Alps, Venice, and the Egyptian pyramids. Furthermore, director Lewis Gilbert uses the film to push the cinematic envelope with stunning underwater action sequences, that leave the viewer gasping for air and a vodka martini--shaken, not stirred.
Cast & Crew
|Albert R. Broccoli - Producer|
|Christopher Wood - Screenplay|
|Claude Renoir - Cinematographer|
|Ian Fleming - Based On Characters Created By|
|John Glen - Editor|
|Lewis Gilbert - Director|
|Marvin Hamlisch - Original Music By|
|Peter Lamont - Art Director|
|Richard Maibaum - Screenplay|
|William P. Cartlidge - Producer|
Plot SummaryThis rousing thriller features Agent 007 teaming up with a seductive Russian agent in an attempt to stop a madman's plot for world destruction. Standing in Bond's way is a giant named Jaws.
|British Academy Awards, Marvin Hamlisch, Anthony Asquith Award for Film Music|
|British Academy Awards, Ken Adam, Best Production Design/Art Direction|
|Golden Globe, Marvin Hamlisch, Best Original Score - Motion Picture|
|Golden Globe, Marvin Hamlisch, Carol Bayer Sager, Best Original Song - Motion Picture|
|Grammy, Marvin Hamlisch, Best Album of Original Score written for a Motion Picture or Television Special|
|Oscar, Ken Adam, et. al., Best Art Direction-Set Decoration|
|Oscar, Marvin Hamlisch, Best Music, Original Score|
|Oscar, Marvin Hamlisch, Carole Bayer Sager, Best Music, Original Song|
|"Now I want you to take good care of this equipment."----Q (Desmond Llewelyn) to James Bond (Roger Moore) |"Have I ever let you down, Q?"----James Bond|"Frequently!"----Q|