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James Bond: The Spy Who Loved Me (Ultimate Edition) (2 Discs)

Released on 17 July 2006

Featuring: Roger Moore, Barbara Bach & Richard Kiel

Format: DVD | Rating: PG

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James Bond (Roger Moore) and the beautiful Soviet Agent Anya Amasova codenamed Triple X (Barbara Bach) team up to investigate missing Allied and Russian atomic submarines, following a deadly trail that leads to billionaire shipping magnate Karl Stromberg (Curt Jurgens). Soon Bond and Anya are the world's only hope as they discover a nightmarish scheme of global nuclear Armageddon!
  • Audio commentary from director Lewis Gilbert, production designer Ken Adam, co-writer Christopher Wood and Michael G. Wilson
  • Newly recorded audio commentary from Roger Moore!
  • 'Ken Adam: Designing Bond' featurette
  • '007 In Egypt' featurette
  • 'Roger Moore: My Word Is My Bond' featurette
  • On location with production designer Ken Adam
  • '007 Stage Dedication': an original 1977 featurette
  • 'Escape From Atlantis': storyboard sequence
  • Interactive guide to the world of 'The Spy Who Loved Me'
  • '007 - Licence To Restore': a featurette detailing the Bond Ultimate Edition restoration process
  • Original trailers
  • TV spots
  • Photo gallery
  • Radio communications

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 Roger Moore's Best

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The pinnacle of Roger Moore's appearances as Bond. A great title song, the Esprit/helicopter chase (with Caroline Munro). Entertaining from start to finish. A great tansfer on this DVD

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It took two previouse movies for Moore to get it right. After the poor reception of The Man With The Golden Gun. The next Bond movie had to be something special. from the fantastic jaw dropping opening stunt, you know this will be very enjoyable. Also making his first apperance is the metal mouthed super villan Jaws. The over all sense of fun is addictive but never becomes self mocking. Curt Jurgens makes a good Bad guy, and Barbara Bach is simply beautiful. The only reason I did not give the film 5 stars is that this is the same movie as You Only Live Twice. With the Volcano replaced by a under sea complex. apart from that the film is better than the Connery version and feels fresher. A excellent Bond.

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It took two previouse movies for Moore to get it right. After the poor reception of The Man With The Golden Gun. The next Bond movie had to be something special. from the fantastic jaw dropping opening stunt, you know this will be very enjoyable. Also making his first apperance is the metal mouthed super villan Jaws. The over all sense of fun is addictive but never becomes self mocking. Curt Jurgens makes a good Bad guy, and Barbara Bach is simply beautiful. The only reason I did not give the film 5 stars is that this is the same movie as You Only Live Twice. With the Volcano replaced by a under sea complex. apart from that the film is better than the Connery version and feels fresher. A excellent Bond.

 All The Classic Ingredients For A Bond

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The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) - *****
Drop dead gorgeous Bond girl (Barbara Bach). Check. Iconic henchman (Richard Kiel). Check. Fantastic villain (Curt Jurgens) complete with terrific lair and subsequent lair-battle a la You Only Live Twice. Check. Infectious theme song. Check. Gadgets a-plenty, sexy car, numerous inspired fight sequences and exotic locales. Check, check, check and check. Not only this but Moore (who I have never had a problem with) is on top form. He may have been partly responsible for Moonraker and A View To A Kill, but this makes it more than worth it.

 Roger Moore's best Bond film

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This is the definitive Roger Moore Bond film.

The previous entry in the series, "The man with the golden gun", had been affected by the disintegrating relationship between Harry Saltzman and Albert Broccoli. Broccoli was determined to prove that he could handle the production of the following Bond films on his own and everyone around him was up for the challenge.

There is a real sense of confidence and enthusiasm to "The spy who loved me". Roger Moore gives his smoothest performance as Bond. Lewis Gilbert's direction is full of creative energy, Barbara Bach is one of the most beautiful of all the Bond girls and the overall production is magnificent.

There are many classic scenes here that linger in the mind long after the film ends: Bond's eerie stalking of Jaws around the pyramids, the ravishingly shot romantic interlude on the Nile, Stromberg's underwater base rising up out of the ocean, and, best of all, Bond skling off Mount Asgard and opening a Union Jack parachute.

This is a very classy film indeed. The humour, as is often the case with this era of Bond, gets a little silly at times, but, on the whole, the film works wonderfully.

Claude Renoir's lovely cinematography makes this probably the most beautiful-looking of all the Bond films.

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ActorsRoger Moore, Barbara Bach, Richard Kiel, Caroline Munro, Curt Jurgens, Bernard Lee, Desmond Llewelyn, Lois Maxwell, Valerie Leon, Shane Rimmer, George Baker, Walter Gotell & Jeremy Bulloch
DirectorLewis Gilbert
CertificatePG
Year1977
ScreenWidescreen 2.35:1 Anamorphic
LanguagesEnglish - Dolby Digital (5.1) ; DTS
SubtitlesEnglish for the hearing impaired ; Danish ; Dutch ; English ; Finnish ; Greek ; Hindi ; Norwegian ; Swedish
Duration2 hours (approx)
RegionRegion 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.