. . . (who was NOT a famous American Original Seven astronaut; that person lived at roughly the same time and also ran for President as a Senator from Ohio until he slipped and fell in his bathtub BEFORE going back into space as the world's first social security-collecting geezer spaceman, but he spelled his last name with TWO "n's") comes up with a plethora of droll Bon Mots as he does a voice-over narration of some of another dude's "second unit" film outtakes. For instance, he says "They always take care of their own, stunt men," as if they're some sort of band of brothers. (This phrase would apply to ANY union men; one might say "Plumbers always take care of their own" or "Pontiac Bonneville stone shield installers always take care of their own," for instance.) When a jeep flips over with one stunt man still inside, Glen opines, "I think he might have had a headache after that one." Regarding the big picture, Glen notes, "It (the jeep crashes and mini-jet-leading-a-SAM-scene) was all done just for the Pre-titles scene and had nothing to do with the movie; and it was one of our (the Bond producers') longest Pre-title scenes--it ran for about seven minutes, you know, it always worried me that it took so long, but it was such an entertaining scene; it was so funny, and Roger (Moore as James Bond) was at his best."
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