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24 May 1985 (USA) See more »
Adventure Above And Beyond All Other Bonds See more »
An investigation of a horse-racing scam leads 007 to a mad industrialist who plans to create a worldwide microchip monopoly by destroying California's Silicon Valley. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Roger Moore ... James Bond

Christopher Walken ... Max Zorin

Tanya Roberts ... Stacey Sutton

Grace Jones ... May Day

Patrick Macnee ... Sir Godfrey Tibbett

Patrick Bauchau ... Scarpine
David Yip ... Chuck Lee
Fiona Fullerton ... Pola Ivanova
Manning Redwood ... Bob Conley

Alison Doody ... Jenny Flex

Willoughby Gray ... Dr. Carl Mortner

Desmond Llewelyn ... Q

Robert Brown ... M

Lois Maxwell ... Miss Moneypenny

Walter Gotell ... General Gogol
Geoffrey Keen ... Minister of Defence
Jean Rougerie ... Achille Aubergine

Daniel Benzali ... Howe

Bogdan Kominowski ... Klotkoff
Papillon Soo ... Pan Ho (as Papillon Soo Soo)
Mary Stavin ... Kimberley Jones
Dominique Risbourg ... Butterfly Act Compere

Carole Ashby ... Whistling Girl
Anthony Chinn ... Taiwanese Tycoon (as Anthony Chin)
Lucien Jérôme ... Paris Taxi Driver (as Lucien Jerome)

Joe Flood ... U.S. Police Captain

Gérard Buhr ... Auctioneer (as Gérard Bühr)

Dolph Lundgren ... Venz
Tony Sibbald ... Mine Foreman
Bill Ackridge ... O'Rourke
Ron Tarr ... Guard I
Taylor McAuley ... Guard II
Peter Ensor ... Tycoon
Seva Novgorodtsev ... Helicopter Pilot
Sian Adey-Jones ... The Girls
Caroline Hallett ... The Girls
Nike Clark ... The Girls
Paula Thomas ... The Girls
Gloria Douse ... The Girls
Lou-Anne Ronchi ... The Girls
Elke Ritschel ... The Girls
Mayako Torigai ... The Girls
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Maud Adams ... Woman in Fisherman's Wharf Crowd (uncredited)
Celine Cawley ... The Girls (uncredited)
Helen Clitherow ... The Girls (uncredited)
Tim Condren ... Thug at Stacey's House (uncredited)
Clive Curtis ... Salesman at Eiffel Tower (uncredited)
Deborah Hanna ... The Girls (uncredited)
Kit Hillier ... Head Waiter (uncredited)

Frank Jakeman ... Wedding Usher (uncredited)
Terri Johns ... The Girls (uncredited)
Haydon-Pearce Josanne ... The Girls (uncredited)
Karen Loughlin ... The Girls (uncredited)

Derek Lyons ... Main Stike Mine Crew (uncredited)

Robert Ian Mackenzie ... Bridegroom (uncredited)
Roland Malet ... Zorin's Auctioneer (uncredited)
Norman Mark ... Zorin Guard (uncredited)
Kim Ashfield Norton ... The Girls (uncredited)
Doug Robinson ... Thug at Stacey's House (uncredited)
Terry Sach ... Mining Guard Searching Truck for Bond (uncredited)
Suzanne Saunders ... KGO 7 Reporter (uncredited)
Jane Spencer ... The Girls (uncredited)

Michael G. Wilson ... Man Heard Over Loudspeaker at San Francisco City Hall (voice) (uncredited)
Richard Winter-Stanbridge ... Misc. Crew (uncredited)
Steven Zax ... Man in Fisherman's Wharf Crowd (uncredited)

Directed by
John Glen 
Writing credits
Richard Maibaum (screenplay) and
Michael G. Wilson (screenplay)

Ian Fleming  story "From A View to a Kill" (uncredited)

Produced by
Albert R. Broccoli .... producer
Tom Pevsner .... associate producer (as Thomas Pevsner)
Michael G. Wilson .... producer
Original Music by
John Barry 
Cinematography by
Alan Hume (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Peter Davies 
Casting by
Debbie McWilliams 
Production Design by
Peter Lamont 
Art Direction by
John Fenner 
Set Decoration by
Crispian Sallis 
Costume Design by
Emma Porteous 
Makeup Department
Eric Allwright .... makeup artist
Joan Carpenter .... hair stylist
George Frost .... makeup supervisor
Ramon Gow .... hairdressing supervisor
Vera Mitchell .... hair stylist
Bunty Phillips .... makeup artist
Production Management
Leonhard Gmür .... production manager
Jon Thor Hannesson .... production manager
Philip Kohler .... production manager
Ned Kopp .... production supervisor: San Francisco
Iris Rose .... unit manager
Serge Touboul .... production manager
Anthony Waye .... production supervisor
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Peter Bennett .... assistant director: second unit
Willy Bogner .... director: ski sequence
Barbara Broccoli .... additional assistant director
Laurent Brégeat .... additional assistant director (as Laurent Bregeat)
Gerry Gavigan .... assistant director
Simon Haveland .... additional assistant director
Nick Heckstall-Smith .... additional assistant director
Edi Hubschmid .... additional assistant director
Terry Madden .... additional assistant director
Serge Ménard .... additional assistant director (as Serge Menard)
Andrew Warren .... additional assistant director
Arthur Wooster .... second unit director
Radu Mihaileanu .... assistant director: stunt unit (uncredited)
Geoffrey Moore .... third assistant director (uncredited)
Art Department
Ted Ambrose .... assistant art director
Michael Boone .... assistant art director
Jille Brown .... assistant set decorator
Kathrin Brunner .... additional art director (as Katharina Brunner)
John Chisholm .... property master
Ken Court .... additional art director
Roger W. Deer .... sketch artist (as Roger Deer)
Serge Douy .... additional art director
Armin Ganz .... additional art director
Michael Lamont .... additional art director
Jim Morahan .... assistant art director (as James Morahan)
Maciek Piotrowski .... sketch artist
Ron Quelch .... production buyer
Michael Redding .... construction manager
Ernest Smith .... scenic artist
Jacqueline Stears .... scenic artist
Alan Tomkins .... additional art director
Alan Cheevers .... plasterer: stand-by on titles (uncredited)
Michel Conche .... on-set propman (uncredited)
Paul Duff .... carpenter (uncredited)
Barry Gibbs .... props (uncredited)
Gavin Gordon .... carpenter (uncredited)
Mark Harris .... art department model maker (uncredited)
Dale Haugo .... local lead scenic artist (uncredited)
Brian Muir .... sculptor (uncredited)
Alan Neighbour .... carpenter (uncredited)
Steve Payne .... props stand-by: second unit (uncredited)
Graeme Purdy .... standby propman (uncredited)
Phil Roberts .... movie poster illustrator (uncredited)
Anne Seibel .... assistant set decorator (uncredited)
Bob Sherwood .... stand-by prop (uncredited)
Sound Department
Derek Ball .... sound recordist
Bill Barringer .... assistant dubbing editor
Stan Fiferman .... dubbing editor (as Stanley Fiferman)
Nigel Galt .... dubbing editor
Graham V. Hartstone .... sound re-recording mixer (as Graham Hartstone)
John Hayward .... sound re-recording mixer
Jack T. Knight .... dubbing editor (as Jack Knight)
Jean-Pierre Lelong .... sound effects
Colin Miller .... sound editor
Ken Nightingall .... boom operator
Andrew Glen .... assistant sound editor (uncredited)
Nicolas Le Messurier .... sound re-recording mixer (uncredited)
Patrick Moriarty .... sound effects: action unit (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Lawrence J. Cavanaugh .... special effects (as Larry Cavanaugh)
John Morris .... special effects
Ken Morris .... special effects
Willi Neuner .... special effects (as Willy Neuner)
John Richardson .... special effects supervisor
André Trielli .... special effects
Joss Williams .... special effects
Chris Corbould .... special effects technician (uncredited)
Neil Corbould .... special effects technician (uncredited)
Michael Dawson .... special effects assistant (uncredited)
Nick Finlayson .... special effects technician (uncredited)
David Harris .... special effects foreman (uncredited)
R. Bruce Steinheimer .... special effects technician (uncredited)
Andy Williams .... special effects technician (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Leslie Dear .... model photographer
Roy Moores .... front projection
Charles Staffell .... front projection
Alan Church .... optical camera (uncredited)
Julian Parry .... model unit (uncredited)
M. James Arnett .... stunt team supervisor (as Jim Arnett)
Pat Banta .... stunt team
Robert Blasco .... stunt driver
Christian Bonnichon .... stunt driver
Jean-Claude Bonnichon .... stunt driver
Claude Carliez .... stunt team supervisor
Tracey Eddon .... stunt team
Elaine Ford .... stunt team
Martin Grace .... action sequence arranger
Jean-Claude Houbart .... stunt driver
Dominique Julienne .... stunt driver
Michel Julienne .... stunt driver
Rémy Julienne .... driving stunts arranger (as Remy Julienne)
Jean-Claude Lagniez .... stunt driver
François Nadal .... horse stunts
Doug Robinson .... stunt team
Michael Runyard .... stunt team (as Mike Runyard)
Bob Simmons .... stunt team supervisor
Bill Weston .... stunt team
Jason White .... stunt team
Marc Wolff .... stunt pilot
B.J. Worth .... parachute stunt: Eiffel Tower jump
Gillian Aldam .... additional stunts (uncredited)
Del Baker .... additional stunts (uncredited)
Pat Banta .... stunt double: Roger Moore (uncredited)
Dickey Beer .... stunt coordinator snow ski unit (uncredited)
David Brandon .... additional stunts (uncredited)
Terry Cade .... stunts (uncredited)
Helen Caldwell .... additional stunts (uncredited)
Don 'Tweet' Caltvedt .... stunts (uncredited)
Dennis Camsey .... additional stunts (uncredited)
Michel Carliez .... stunts (uncredited)
Jack Carpenter .... stunts (uncredited)
Tim Condren .... stunts (uncredited)
Jack Cooper .... additional stunts (uncredited)
Jean Coulter .... stunt double (uncredited)
Gerry Crampton .... additional stunts (uncredited)
Simon Crane .... additional stunts (uncredited)
Graeme Crowther .... additional stunts (uncredited)
Clive Curtis .... additional stunts (uncredited)
Peter Diamond .... stunts (uncredited)
John Eaves .... ski stunt double: Roger Moore (uncredited)
Eddie Eddon .... additional stunts (uncredited)
Stuart Fell .... additional stunts (uncredited)
Terry Forrestal .... stunts (uncredited)
Tex Fuller .... additional stunts (uncredited)
Martin Grace .... ski stunt double: Roger Moore (uncredited)
Martin Grace .... stunt double: Roger Moore, Golden Gate (uncredited)
Richard Graydon .... additional stunts (uncredited)
Fred Haggerty .... additional stunts (uncredited)
Reg Harding .... additional stunts (uncredited)
Michael Haynes .... ski stunt double: Roger Moore (uncredited)
Paul Heasman .... additional stunts (uncredited)
Tom Hegarty .... additional stunts (uncredited)
Frank Henson .... stunts (uncredited)
Eddie Hice .... stunts (uncredited)
Nick Hobbs .... stunts (uncredited)
Jazzer Jeyes .... stunts (uncredited)
Rémy Julienne .... stunt double driver: Roger Moore (uncredited)
Jean-Claude Lagniez .... stunt double driver: Roger Moore (uncredited)
George Leech .... stunt double: Willoughby Gray (uncredited)
George Leech .... stunts (uncredited)
Rick Lester .... stunts (uncredited)
Steven Lincoln .... mono ski stunt double: Roger Moore (uncredited)
Jimmy Lodge .... stunts (uncredited)
Rico Lopez .... Horse Stunt (uncredited)
Mario Luraschi .... horse stunts (uncredited)
Derek Lyons .... stunts (uncredited)
Mark McBride .... stunts (uncredited)
Bronco McLoughlin .... stunts (uncredited)
Wayne Michaels .... stunts (uncredited)
Lex Milloy .... stunts (uncredited)
Valentino Musetti .... stunts (uncredited)
Patrick Médioni .... stunts (uncredited)
Mike Potter .... stunts (uncredited)
Dinny Powell .... stunts (uncredited)
Eddie Powell .... stunts (uncredited)
Greg Powell .... stunts (uncredited)
Joe Powell .... stunt arranger (uncredited)
Nosher Powell .... stunts (uncredited)
Karen Price .... stunt double: Tanya Roberts, Golden Gate (uncredited)
Thomas Sims .... ski stunt double: Roger Moore (uncredited)
Tony Smart .... stunts (uncredited)
Stuart St. Paul .... stunts (uncredited)
Trevor Steedman .... stunts (uncredited)
Roy Street .... stunts (uncredited)
Malcolm Weaver .... stunts (uncredited)
Chris Webb .... stunts (uncredited)
Bill Weston .... stunt double: Christopher Walken (uncredited)
Dick Ziker .... stunt double: Roger Moore (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Peter Allwork .... aerial camera operator
Kenneth Atherfold .... camera grip (as Ken Atherfold)
Willy Bogner .... photographer: ski sequence
David L. Butler .... aerial camera operator (as David Butler)
Jan d'Alquen .... additional photographer
Mike Evans .... focus puller (as Michael Evans)
Mike Frift .... camera operator (as Michael Frift)
Keith Hamshere .... still photographer
Robert Hillmann .... camera operator: second unit
Simon Hume .... focus puller
Colin Manning .... camera grip
Douglas Milsome .... aerial camera operator (as Doug Milsome)
John Tythe .... electrical supervisor
Malcolm Vinson .... camera operator: second unit
George Whitear .... still photographer
Arthur Wooster .... second unit photographer
Egil S. Woxholt .... additional photographer (as Egil Woxholt)
John Glen .... clapper loader: pre-shot scenes of San Francisco (uncredited)
Mark Hanlon .... electrician (uncredited)
Alan Hume .... camera operator: pre-shot scenes of San Francisco (uncredited)
Thomas Laughridge .... camera operator: additional unit (uncredited)
Bill Pelkey .... best boy electric: second unit (uncredited)
Nigel Seal .... second assistant camera (uncredited)
Anthony Waye .... focus puller: pre-shot scenes of San Francisco (uncredited)
Casting Department
Janet Hirshenson .... casting: USA
Jane Jenkins .... casting: USA
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Azzedine Alaïa .... additional wardrobe: Grace Jones (as Azzedine Alaïa)
Tiny Nicholls .... costume supervisor
Renate Wienert .... wardrobe supervisor (uncredited)
Editorial Department
John Nuth .... assistant editor
Henry Richardson .... additional editor
John S. Smith .... additional editor
Mark Mostyn .... assistant editor (uncredited)
Location Management
Agust Baldursson .... location manager
Steph Benseman .... location manager
Nick Daubeny .... location manager
Jean-Marc Deschamps .... location manager
Rory Enke .... location manager
Stefan Zürcher .... location manager
Cathryn Blum .... key location assistant (uncredited)
Jean-Louis Monthieux .... location manager (uncredited)
Music Department
John Barry .... conductor
Alan Killick .... music editor
Dick Lewzey .... music mixer
Monty Norman .... composer: James Bond theme
Nic Raine .... orchestrator (as Nicholas Raine)
Tom Boyd .... oboe soloist (uncredited)
Jason Corsaro .... producer: theme song (uncredited)
Duran Duran .... producer: theme song (uncredited)
Bernard Edwards .... producer: theme song (uncredited)
Sidney Margo .... music contractor (uncredited)
Susan Milan .... musician: flute solos (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Billy G. Arter .... transportation coordinator
Michael W. Broomer .... driver (uncredited)
Arnaud Esterez .... transportation (uncredited)
Other crew
Tina Banta .... contact: USA
Reginald A. Barkshire .... production controller
Nicholas T. Bennett .... pilot: Skyship 500
Maurice Binder .... main title designed by
Willy Bogner .... director: ski sequence
Mauricette Boissard .... location accountant (as Mauricette Boisard)
Brian Bowes .... horse team
Albert R. Broccoli .... presenter
Joanna Brown .... production secretary
Joe Brown .... snow team
May Capsaski .... production coordinator (as May Capsaskis)
Daphne Carr .... continuity: second unit
Jennifer Collen-Smith .... publicity assistant
Hazel Crombie .... location accountant
Ira Curtis-Coleman .... computer effects (as Ira Curtis Coleman)
Penny Daniels .... continuity: second unit
Christian de Lagarde .... horse team
John Eaves .... snow team
Tony Escritt .... advisor: Iceland
Anthony Fairbairn .... horse team
Nathalie Farjon .... production coordinator
Andrea Florineth .... snow team
Geoff Freeman .... unit publicist
Norma Garment .... production coordinator
Jerry Grayson .... pilot
Sally Hayman .... production coordinator
Richard Holley .... pilot (as Rick Holley)
Charles Juroe .... director of marketing
D'Janine King-Lasky .... production secretary (as Janine King)
Christl Kirchner .... location accountant
Robert Liechti .... pilot
Steven Link .... snow team
Mario Luraschi .... horse team
Jane Meagher .... location accountant
Maureen Murphy .... production coordinator
François Nadal .... horse team
Douglas Noakes .... production accountant
June Randall .... continuity
Marcel Riou .... horse team
Peter Rohe .... snow team
Thomas Sims .... snow team
Doris Spriggs .... assistant: Mr. Moore
Mary Stellar .... contact: USA
Charles A. Tamburro .... aerial coordinator
Charles A. Tamburro .... pilot (as Chuck Tamburro)
Olivier Victor-Thomas .... horse team
Marc Wolff .... pilot
Thomas 'Doc' Boguski .... production assistant (uncredited)
Sheri L. Calhoun .... assistant stills photographer (uncredited)
Don 'Tweet' Caltvedt .... skydiver backup (uncredited)
Michael Turk .... iceberg minisub constructor (uncredited)
Crew verified as complete

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Also Known As:
"The Beautiful Prey" - Japan (English title)
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131 min
Color (Metrocolor)
Aspect Ratio:
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Sound Mix:
Australia:M | Brazil:12 | Canada:PA (Manitoba) | Canada:A (Nova Scotia) | Canada:PG (Ontario) | Canada:G (Quebec) | Finland:K-16 | Finland:K-15/13 (2001 reform re-rating) | Finland:K-16/13 (2012 reform re-rating) | Germany:12 (re-release) (uncut) | Iceland:10 (original rating) | Iceland:12 (video rating) | Ireland:PG | Japan:G (2015) | Malaysia:18PL (original rating) | Malaysia:PG-13 (re-rating) | Netherlands:12 (TV rating) | Netherlands:AL (DVD rating) (2001) | Norway:15 | Norway:16 (1985) | Portugal:M/12 | Singapore:PG | South Korea:15 | Sweden:15 | UK:PG | UK:12 (Blu-ray rating) (2012) | USA:PG | West Germany:12 (cut) (video premiere)

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Airship Industries managed a major marketing coup with the inclusion of their Skyship 500 series airship in the film. At the time Airship Industries were producing a fleet of ships which were recognisable over many capitals of the world offering tours, or advertising sponsorship deals. As all Bond films have included the most current technology, this included the lighter than air interest.See more »
Revealing mistakes: After the fight with the intruders, Stacey tells James that the vase contained the ashes of her uncle (it's OK, he always liked a good fight) but when she broke it over the intruder's head, we can see it was empty as no ashes were released.See more »
[first lines]
Kimberley Jones:I thought you'd never get back.
James Bond:Well, there was a heck of a crowd on the piste!
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28 out of 39 people found the following review useful.
Dance into the Fire., 26 November 2001

With A View To a Kill, the cutain falls on one of the greatest era's in action/adventure movies, as we, EON and the rest of the world bid a fond farewell to Roger Moore's James Bond. And what an exit Moore makes, put simply A View to a Kill is on of the most exciting, stylish, well written and under-rated Bond movies of all time.

The basic feel of the movie is pure electric. The series is on a role after the rousing successes that were For Your Eyes Only and Octopussy. Both these movies had represented a maturing point in the series and the shot in the arm of suspense,action and excitement that was needed. This trend is continued to the full with A View To A Kill, and in his goodbye performance Roger Moore manages to remarkably combine all the best elements of his previous Bond movies, and comes up with a perfect way to leave behind Bond and Her Majestys Secret Service.

Cubby Broccoli could hardly have awarded Roger a better acolade in wich to leave the series, than to give him the opportunity to act alongside one of America's all time best character/villain actors : Christopher Walken. Walken as Zorin is the best villain in the series since Christopher Lee's Scaramanga in The Man with The Golden Gun. Walken brings a refreshing air of realism and menace combined to put him amngst the great villains of the series. Equally impressive is Grace Jones as MayDay. Jones is the epitomy of a she-hulk and is the very fore of mid 80-s femenism.She strangely manages to be beautiful and frightening in the same breath, and looks fantastic in the action and love making sequences were she lets Bond know who's on top! Then there is Patrick MacNee as Tibbet. Tibbet is a fun character and when posing as Bonds servent early on in the movie Moore takes every opportunity to ad-lib, ordering and bossing MacNee about. In truth it is very amusing to see John Steed carrying Simon Templer's Bags around. It is a petty that MacNee's character is Killed because other Bond movies would have benefited from Macnee's presence. Less succesfull on the character fronts are David Yip, whos character drifts into the movie, seemingly to make the numbers up and is then killed, and of course Tanya Roberts as Stacey Sutton. Sutton makes Brit Ecklands Goodnight look impressive. Roberts looks good, nd the part is well written , so perhaps it is a case of miscasting. Luckily, the beautiful Fiona Fullerton, who may have been a more impressive Stacey Sutton turns up as the tantalisingly sexy Pola Evanova.

The action set pieces like in every Bond movie fire and work on all cilendars. There is a wonderfull pre-credits Ski-Chase battle set in a picturesque arctic glacier. The excitement begins in Parris were BJ Worth doubled for grace Jones and parachuted off the Eiffel Tower, and this is imediately followed by a fantastic car chase through the Parrisian locals. This later shifts to a simmilar scene in San Francisco, wich has bon Escape a burning elavator shaft and end up driving a Fire Engine [or dangling from one] at full speed through the city. And finally to the Golden Gate bridge via Air Balloon were Bond and Zorin battle to death. Here Walken displays all the depth of his character, giving a knowing giggle before plummiting to his death, as though he apreciates the joke is on him.

A View to a Kill represents one of the finest scripts in the series, the battle for monopoly over the microchip market. Even if the climax borrows slightly from Superman the Movies flooding of St Andres Fault, or in this case Sillicon Valley. All the elements work. John Barry's Score is his best since On Her Majesty's Secret Service, and the title song by Duran Duran is one of the most energetic and exciting of the series and has quickly becom a standard. In all this is a most satisfying Bond movie. An adequate exit for Roger Moore and one that has stood the test of time well. Thanks Roger and goodbye.

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