The Spy Who Loved Me

The Spy Who Loved Me

DVD - 2006
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James Bond teams up with a Russian spy to stop a shipping magnate who is stealing nuclear submarines in an effort to control the world.
Audience: OFRB rating: AA.
Publisher: Beverly Hills : 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, [2006]
Copyright Date: ℗2006
Branch Call Number: DVD FIC Spy
Characteristics: 2 videodiscs (126 min.) : digital, sound, color ; 12 cm + 1 booklet.
Language Note: Closed captioned for the hearing impaired.
In English dubbed in French with Mandarin, French, Korean, Spanish and Thai subtitles.


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Apr 22, 2018

This movie was a huge disappointment when I last saw it in 1977. It is even worse now. The Jaws character was stupid then; he still is. Then, as now, the movie's highlights were the parachute, and the fish joke. According to Roger Moore's engaging and entertaining book, "Bond on Bond", the fish joke was Moore's own unscripted addition to the movie (and the principal reason I chose to revisit it again now).

Caroline Munro, who was decidedly stunning in "The Golden Voyage of Sinbad" (1974), here plays the helicopter pilot. She should have been cast as the Soviet agent, rather than that stunningly dreadful fembot, American model Barbara Bach (nowadays Mrs. Ringo Starr).

The movie's title song could be heard for years after its release in television advertisements for fabric softener: "Nobody softens better / Fleecy, you're the best."

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