Elizabeth Hurley hosts a one hour documentary on the history of the James Bond film series to tie in with the seventeenth Bond film, GoldenEye.

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Elizabeth Hurley hosts a one hour documentary on the history of the James Bond film series to tie in with the seventeenth Bond film, GoldenEye.

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A Phenomenal Look At 007
10 August 2001 | by (Wigan, England) – See all my reviews

You'll find this on the UK Special Edition of GoldenEye and it offers a fantastic insight into the world of 007 (hence the title). The programme covers every aspect of JB, from the Bond actors, the women, the stunts, the music, the gadgets and so-on. Indeed the best part is the stunt section which offers some never before seen footage of a boat crash outtake in Live and Let Die and various other mis-haps. You also get a side-splitting interview with old crumbly Rog Moore, talking about stunts, that goes something like this - "Stunt men get adrenaline out of their work. I myself do not." Your telling me! He even had to use a stunt double to kick someone in the head in A View To A Kill!

Anyway, aside from the decaying Moore, Liz Hurley is a considerably good host, squeezing into the tightest of catsuits and dresses while feeding us a load of primitive info on the different sections of the show.

All in all, a fantastic piece of stuff. Despite the annoying ad-breaks that pop up every ten minutes, it's still something that simply cannot be missed!


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