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Bond Rescues Octopussy Storyboard Sequence (2006)

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Storyboards of the aerial finale atop a plane from the James Bond movie "Octopussy".


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Storyboards of the aerial finale atop a plane from the James Bond movie "Octopussy".

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Following a snippet of live action . . .
29 July 2014 | by (Jacksonville, FL) – See all my reviews

. . . this 201-second-long pan&scan presentation concludes with 88 storyboard panels from a key scene in the 13th film of Eon Production Company's James Bond Agent 007 series, OCTOPU$$Y. The brief film segment shows a stunt man (filling in for Roger Moore in his final feature as "Bond") chasing after the "Kamal" (voiced by Louis Jourdan) character's plane on a horse. The crudely-drawn panels continue the scene with Bond leaping onto the back of the taxiing plane, climbing to its roof as it takes off, winking at the kidnapped Octo-girl held captive in the passenger cabin, clinging like glue to the plane as Kamal performs acrobatic aerial maneuvers in a vain attempt to dislodge him (finally ordering his henchman, Gobinda, voiced by Kabir Bedi, to "go outside" and get Bond, which, of course, results in Gobinda taking a flying leap--sans parachute--off the plane), climbing inside the plane through the open door, struggling with Kamal as the plane nears the edge of a cliff, jumping back out the door of the plane with Ms. Octo (voiced by Maud Adams) in his arm, clinging to the edge of the cliff as she dangles at the end of his arm, watching the plane crash and explode (with Kamal still inside) below, and climbing atop the cliff with the O gal safely in hand. The soundtrack of this movie--music, sound effects, scant dialog and all--backs this exciting Power Point.

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