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Moonraker ()


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James Bond investigates the mid-air theft of a space shuttle, and discovers a plot to commit global genocide.

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James Bond
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Holly Goodhead
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Hugo Drax
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Jaws
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Corinne Dufour (as Corinne Clery)
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Sir Frederick Gray
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Q
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Miss Moneypenny
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Chang (as Toshiro Suga)
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Manuela
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Dolly - Jaws' Girlfriend
Irka Bochenko ...
Blonde Beauty
Mike Marshall ...
Col. Scott (as Michael Marshall)
Leila Shenna ...
Hostess Private Jet
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Museum Guide
Jean-Pierre Castaldi ...
Pilot Private Jet (as Jean Pierre Castaldi)
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General Gogol
Douglas Lambert ...
Mission Control Director
Arthur Howard ...
Cavendish
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Consumptive Italian
Brian Keith ...
U.S. Shuttle Captain
George Birt ...
Captain Boeing 747
Kim Fortune ...
R.A.F. Officer
Lizzie Warville ...
Russian Girl
Johnny Traber's Troupe ...
Funambulists
Nicholas Arbez ...
Drax's Boy
Guy Di Rigo ...
Ambulanceman
Chris Dillinger ...
Drax's Technician
Claude Carliez ...
Gondolier
Georges Beller ...
Drax's Technician
Denis Seurat ...
Officer Boeing 747
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Drax's Girl - Signora Del Mateo
Christina Hui ...
Drax's Girl
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Drax's Girl - Lady Victoria Devon (as Francoise Gayat)
Nicaise Jean-Louis ...
Drax's Girl (as Nicaise Jean Louis)
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Drax's Girl - Countess Labinsky
Béatrice Libert ...
Drax's Girl - Mademoiselle Deradier (as Beatrice Libert)
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Man at St. Marks Square (uncredited)
Jean-Louis Airola ...
Drax Radarman 2 (uncredited)
S. Newton Anderson ...
Samuel (uncredited)
Jenny Arasse ...
Bit Part (uncredited)
Michel Berreur ...
Venice Boat Pilot (uncredited)
Daniel Breton ...
Fighting Monk / Spatial Base Guard (uncredited)
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Man at St. Marks Square (uncredited)
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Woman at St. Mark's Square (uncredited)
George Lane Cooper ...
Space Fighter (uncredited)
Jack Cooper ...
Space Fighter (uncredited)
Guy Delorme ...
Tree Assassin (uncredited)
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Space Fighter (uncredited)
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Moonraker Pilot (uncredited)
Patrick Floersheim ...
Moonraker Pilot (uncredited)
Terry Forrestal ...
Space Fighter (uncredited)
Adele Fátima ...
Deleted scenes (uncredited)
David Gabison ...
Technician in Drax Launching Site (uncredited)
John Gant ...
Venice Coffin Assassin (uncredited)
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Man at St. Mark's Square (uncredited)
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Space Fighter (uncredited)
Rika Hofmann ...
Model (uncredited)
Peter Howitt ...
Rio de Janeiro Hotel Manager (uncredited)
Dominique Hulin ...
(uncredited)
W.C. 'Chunky' Huse ...
Sailor at St. Mark's Square (uncredited)
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Space Fighter (uncredited)
Carlos Kurt ...
Airport Metal Detector Guard (uncredited)
Melinda Maxwell ...
Drax's Girl (uncredited)
Marc Mazza ...
Technician in Venini Laboratory (uncredited)
Alexandra Middendorf ...
Moonraker Launch Technician (uncredited)
Patrick Morin ...
Painter at St. Mark's Square (uncredited)
Ralph Morse ...
Astronaut (uncredited)
Daniel Perche ...
Drax Radarman 1 (uncredited)
Jacques Pisias ...
Waiter at St. Mark's Square (uncredited)
Jean Rupert ...
Technician in Venini laboratory (uncredited)
Bob Sherman ...
Moonraker Mission Control (uncredited) (voice)
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Tannoy (uncredited) (voice)
John Sullivan ...
Space Fighter (uncredited)
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Man with Bottle (uncredited)
Jean Tournier ...
Painter at St. Mark's Square (uncredited)
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Corinne Dufour (uncredited) (voice)
Herma Vos ...
Astronaut (uncredited)
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Space Fighter (uncredited)
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Space Fighter (uncredited)
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Man Outside Venini Glass / NASA Technician / Man on Bridge (uncredited)

Directed by

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Lewis Gilbert

Written by

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Christopher Wood ... (screenplay)
 
Ian Fleming ... (novel) (uncredited)
 
Gerry Anderson ... (screenplay) (uncredited)
 
Tony Barwick ... (character creator) (uncredited)

Produced by

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Albert R. Broccoli ... producer
William P. Cartlidge ... associate producer
Michael G. Wilson ... executive producer
Gerry Anderson ... producer (uncredited)

Music by

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John Barry

Cinematography by

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Jean Tournier ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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John Glen

Editorial Department

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Peter Davies ... assistant editor
John Grover ... assembly editor
Luce Grunenwaldt ... assistant editor (as Luce Gruenwaldt)
Mike Round ... assistant editor (as Michael Round)
Alan Strachan ... assembly editor (uncredited)

Casting By

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Margot Capelier
Weston Drury Jr.

Production Design by

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Ken Adam

Art Direction by

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Charles Bishop
Max Douy

Set Decoration by

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Peter Howitt

Costume Design by

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Jacques Fonteray

Makeup Department

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Monique Archambault ... makeup artist
Paul Engelen ... makeup artist
Mike Jones ... hair: Roger Moore's
Pierre Vadé ... hairdresser (as Pierre Vade)
Jacques Michel ... hair stylist (uncredited)

Production Management

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Robert Boulic ... assistant unit manager: France
Terence Churcher ... production manager
Chris Kenny ... unit manager (U.K.)
Robert Saussier ... unit manager (France)
Jean-Pierre Spiri-Mercanton ... production manager
Roberto Bakker ... production manager: Latin America (uncredited)

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Peter Bennett ... assistant director: second unit
Meyer Berreby ... assistant director: second unit
Chris Carreras ... second assistant director
Mishka Cheyko ... assistant director (as Michel Cheyko)
Ernest Day ... second unit director
John Glen ... second unit director
Gareth Tandy ... assistant director: models
Lamar Boren ... underwater unit director (uncredited)
Barbara Broccoli ... second assistant director (uncredited)
Mike Higgins ... second assistant director: space battle (uncredited)
Stefano Priori ... additional assistant director: action unit (uncredited)

Art Department

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Ernest Archer ... assistant art director (as Ernie Archer)
Stan Atkins ... head metal fabricator
Pierre Charron ... set dresser
David Coley ... carpenter: 1st assistant to Harry Laing
Jacques Douy ... assistant art director
Serge Douy ... assistant art director
Louis Duquenne ... construction manager
John Fenner ... assistant art director
Marc Frédérix ... assistant art director (as Marc Frederix)
Alain Guyard ... buyer
André Labussière ... set dresser (as Andre Labussiere)
Harry Lange ... space art director
John Lanzer ... buyer
Raymond Lemoigne ... props (as Raymond Le Moigne)
Jean-Pierre Nossereau ... buyer (as Jean Nossereau)
Michael Redding ... construction manager
Pierre Roudeix ... props
John Chisholm ... props (uncredited)
Frank Walsh ... set designer (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Daniel Brisseau ... sound mixer
Gérard de Lagarde ... sound assistant (as Gerard De Lagarde)
Dino Di Campo ... dubbing editor
Graham V. Hartstone ... re-recording mixer
John Iles ... consultant: Dolby
Catherine Kelber ... dialogue editor
Jean Labourel ... sound assistant
Nicolas Le Messurier ... re-recording mixer
Jean-Pierre Lelong ... sound effects (as Jean Pierre Lelong)
Gordon K. McCallum ... chief re-recording mixer
Colin Miller ... dubbing editor
Allan Sones ... dubbing editor
Nigel Galt ... assistant sound editor (uncredited)
John Hayward ... re-recording mixer (uncredited)
William Parnell ... assistant sound editor (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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René Albouze ... special effects (as Rene Albouze)
Charles-Henri Assola ... special effects (as Charles Assola)
John Evans ... special effects
Serge Pouvianne ... special effects (as Serge Ponvianne)
John Richardson ... special effects
Ron Cartwright ... special effects technician (uncredited)
Chris Corbould ... special effects technician (uncredited)
Anton Furst ... special effects (uncredited)
Marc Ratcliffe ... special effects crew (uncredited)

Visual Effects by

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Jean Berard ... visual effects (France)
Robin Browne ... optical effects cameraman
Bill Hansard ... process consultant
Peter Lamont ... visual effects art director
Louis Lapeyre ... process effects (France)
Derek Meddings ... visual effects supervisor
Paul Wilson ... visual effects cameraman
Keith Holland ... visual effects camera operator (uncredited)
Jon Sorensen ... visual effects assistant camera (uncredited)

Stunts

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Michel Berreur ... stunts
Daniel Breton ... stunts
Claude Carliez ... stunt arranger: France / stunts
Guy Di Rigo ... stunts
Dorothy Ford ... stunts
Martin Grace ... stunts
Richard Graydon ... stunts
Bob Simmons ... action sequence arranger
Paul Weston ... stunts
Don 'Tweet' Caltvedt ... skydiving stunt coordinator (uncredited)
Jack Cooper ... additional stunts (uncredited)
Howard Curtis ... additional stunts (uncredited)
Eddie Eddon ... additional stunts (uncredited)
Terry Forrestal ... stunts (uncredited)
Martin Grace ... stunt double: Richard Kiel, cable car sequence (uncredited) / stunt double: Roger Moore (uncredited)
Richard Graydon ... stunt double: Roger Moore, cable car sequence (uncredited)
Reg Harding ... additional stunts (uncredited)
Rick Lester ... stunt double: Roger Moore (uncredited)
Jake Lombard ... skydiving stunt double: James Bond (uncredited)
John Long ... stunt glider pilot (uncredited)
Ron Luginbill ... skydiving stunt double: Jaws (uncredited)
Peter Munt ... stunt double: horse stunts (uncredited)
Claude Pillas ... stunt performer (uncredited)
Dinny Powell ... additional stunts (uncredited)
Nosher Powell ... stunts (uncredited)
Bob Simmons ... stunts (uncredited)
Tony Smart ... additional stunts (uncredited)
Michael Turk ... nautical stunt arranger (uncredited)
Paul Weston ... stunt double: Richard Kiel (uncredited)
B.J. Worth ... skydiving stunt double: pilot (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Guy Delattre ... camera operator
Michel Deloire ... camera operator
James Devis ... camera operator
W.C. 'Chunky' Huse ... camera grip (as Chunky Huse)
Alec Mills ... camera operator
John Morgan ... camera operator
Patrick Morin ... still photographer
Jacques Renoir ... camera operator: second unit
Jimmy Spoard ... grip
René Strasser ... key grip (as Rene Strasser)
Jacques Touillaud ... gaffer (as Jacques Touilland)
Peter Bischoff ... still photographer (uncredited)
Pierre Boffety ... assistant camera (uncredited)
Lamar Boren ... photographer: underwater unit (uncredited)
Rande DeLuca ... aerial parachute photographer (uncredited)
Philip Grosvenor ... assistant camera (uncredited)
Michael J. Jacobs ... special unit photographer (uncredited)
Phil Pastuhov ... aerial camera operator: second unit (uncredited)
Miki Thomas ... clapper/loader: a camera (uncredited)
Peter Versey ... assistant camera: model unit (uncredited)
Richard Vidal ... electrician france (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Colette Baudot ... wardrobe mistress
Jean Zay ... wardrobe master

Location Management

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Andy Armstrong ... assistant location manager: Brazil
John Comfort ... location manager: USA
Frank Ernst ... location manager: Brazil
Philippe Modave ... location manager: Italy

Music Department

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Michael Boddicker ... musician: synthesizer
Monty Norman ... composer: James Bond theme
Roger Roche ... music engineer (uncredited)
Dan Wallin ... scoring mixer (uncredited)

Other crew

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Dominique Bach ... secretary to producer
Brian Bailey ... production accountant
Reginald A. Barkshire ... production coordinator
Paul Beugin ... production accountant: France
Maurice Binder ... title designer: main titles
Albert R. Broccoli ... presenter
Eric Burgess ... space consultant
Gilles Durieux ... unit publicist
Simone Escoffier ... production secretary
Josie Fulford ... continuity
Gladys Goldsmith ... continuity
Marguerite Green ... production assistant
Vernon Harris ... script editor
Elaine Schreyeck ... continuity
Steve Swan ... unit publicist
Marie-Christine Adam ... stand-in: Ms. Bochenko (uncredited)
Jeremy Coote ... runner: uk (uncredited)
Tony Dyson ... robotics (uncredited)
J.W. 'Corkey' Fornof ... consultant: aviation (uncredited)
Steve Gadler ... stand-in: Mr. Moore (uncredited)
A.N. Other ... stand-in: Mr. Llewelyn (uncredited)
Eugene Rizzo ... unit publicist: Italy (uncredited)
Denis Seurat ... stand-in (uncredited)
Doris Spriggs ... assistant: Roger Moore (uncredited)
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Storyline

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Plot Summary

James Bond is back for another mission and this time, he is blasting off into space. A spaceship traveling through space is mysteriously hi-jacked and Bond must work quickly to find out who was behind it all. He starts with the rockets creators, Drax Industries and the man behind the organisation, Hugo Drax. On his journey he ends up meeting Dr. Holly Goodhead and encounters the metal-toothed Jaws once again. Written by simon

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Taglines Where all the other Bonds end . . . this one begins! See more »
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Also Known As
  • Ian Fleming's Moonraker (United Kingdom)
  • Ian Fleming's Moonraker (United States)
  • James Bond 007 - Moonraker - Streng geheim (Germany)
  • Månraketen (Finland, Swedish title)
  • Agente 007 - Moonraker: operazione spazio (Italy)
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Runtime
  • 126 min
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Box Office

Budget $34,000,000 (estimated)
Cumulative Worldwide Gross $140,000,000

Did You Know?

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Trivia Except for a few brief close-ups, the entire sequence of Bond, Jaws, and the pilot falling from the plane, with Bond and the pilot fighting for a single parachute, was actually shot in free fall. The seven-pound camera for these sequences was mounted on the helmet of another skydiver, and a few shots are of the cameraman's own arms and legs. Stuntmen Jake Lombard and B.J. Worth wore parachutes concealed within their suits. The "parachute" they fought over, was actually a dummy chute, which had to be removed before the stuntman could use the real parachute underneath. Stuntman Jake Lombard would don and remove the dummy chute up to three times in a single jump. The actual parachutes used by the stuntmen had both a main and reserve chute concealed within the suitcoats. A breakaway seam ran down the backside, which allowed the parachute to be opened without the need to remove the coat. There were only sixty to seventy seconds of free fall time, between when the stunt performers exited the aircraft, and when they had to activate their chutes. After factoring in the time needed to get the performers and cameraman into position after leaving their plane, only a few seconds of film could be shot per jump. Therefore, the entire sequence required eighty-eight jumps, and five weeks to film, just to produce the two minutes of footage in the final film. See more »
Goofs It is stated that the space station is not visible from Earth because it is using radar jamming. First, radar jamming consists of broadcasting interference, which makes the presence of the jammer known. Second, an object 200 meters across in low Earth would be visible to the naked eye - as the current smaller International Space Station is. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into The Bond Sound: The Music of 007 (2000). See more »
Soundtracks Moonraker See more »
Crazy Credits THE END of "MOONRAKER" James Bond will return in "FOR YOUR EYES ONLY" See more »
Quotes Sir Frederick Gray, Minister of Defence: My God, what's Bond doing?
Q: I think he's attempting re-entry, sir.
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