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The Spy Who Loved Me (Special Edition)
Known as: James Bond 007 #10 - Spy Who Loved Me
Online Status: Unknown
Price at time of addition: $17.89
Rating: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
Running Time: 125 minutes
Studio: United Artists
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Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1 (Widescreen)
Subtitles: English,French
Director: Lewis Gilbert
ID: 652
ASIN: B00004RG66
UPC: 027616812926
EAN: 9780792845324
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Date Added: 2012-11-24
Roger Moore
Barbara Bach
Curd Jürgens
Richard Kiel
Caroline Munro

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East meets West, and loves it, when Agent 007 (Roger Moore) teams up with a gorgeous KGB spy (Barbara Bach) to stop a millionaire terrorist from abducting submarines from the superpowers. Spectacular underwater footage, beautiful women, and the first appearance of "Jaws" (Richard Kiel). 126 min. Widescreen; Soundtracks: English DTS 5.1, Dolby Digital 5.1, French Dolby Digital 5.1; Subtitles: English, Spanish, French. NOTE: This Title Is Out Of Print; Limit One Per Customer.

The best of the James Bond adventures starring Roger Moore as tuxedoed Agent 007, this globe-trotting thriller introduced the steel-toothed Jaws (played by seven-foot-two-inch-tall actor Richard Kiel) as one of the most memorable and indestructible Bond villains. Jaws is so tenacious, in fact, that Moore looks genuinely frightened, and that adds to the abundant fun. This time Bond teams up with yet another lovely Russian agent (Barbara Bach) to track a pair of nuclear submarines that the nefarious Stromberg (Curt Jürgens) plans to use in his plot to start World War III. Featuring lavish sets designed by the great Ken Adam (Dr. Strangelove), The Spy Who Loved Me is a galaxy away from the suave Sean Connery exploits of the 1960s, but the film works perfectly as grandiose entertainment. From cavernous undersea lairs to the vast horizons of Egypt, this Bond thriller keeps its tongue firmly in cheek with a plot tailor-made for daredevil escapism. --Jeff Shannon
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