. . . as KEN ADAM'S PRODUCTION FILMS: THUNDERBALL (titled THUNDERBALL: ON LOCATION WITH KEN ADAMS on the DVD discs where people can actually watch it) contains on-set (archival) footage of many people who have passed away since 1965. Mr. Adam's voice-over narration sounds unscripted, not unlike someone who is showing you slides of a family vacation from 30 years earlier in his living room (when the names and places, as well as the actual sequence of events, has gotten a little fuzzy, and tiny bits of suddenly recalled trivia are prone to detract from the "big picture" from time to time). Such anomalies can be excused for the privilege of seeing THUNDERBALL producers Harry Saltzman, Albert R. "Cubby" Broccoli, and Kevin McClory, as well as screenwriter Richard Maibum, cameraman Ted Moore, assistant director Gus Agosti, actors Sean Connery, Claudine Auger, and Anita Ekberg (the latter NOT in the movie, but in the Nassau neighborhood), among others, on a somewhat candid camera.
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