Through vintage film clips of past Bond movie epics, and with the participation of several former "Bond Girls", the documentary traced the evolution of the typical James Bond heroine from ... See full summary »
Cinema's forgotten man takes us on a journey down from the heady highs of the 1960's to a deep realisation of the self. Maligned and often misunderstood, George Lazenby finally sets the record straight.
Bert Luxford claims that his "first real cue" during the laser sequence was Goldfinger's line "No, Mr. Bond, I expect you to die!" However, that line couldn't have been his cue, because Gert Fröbe could not speak English. He delivered his lines on set in German, which was then dubbed by an English-speaking voice actor in post production. The line "No, Mr. Bond, I expect you to die!" would never have been uttered for him to hear. See more »
The answer is simple - the one you liked best. I find it hard to believe that no-one has ever commented on this particular Bond doco.. has no one seen it?
Hosted by who was originally Ian Fleming's personal choice as Bond - Roger "The Saint" Moore, this is fun stuff from beginning to end. All the gang's here - a generation of Bond people all espousing their own theories. The entertainment comes from seeing them all together in the one show...albeit twenty to thirty years later in some cases.
If you call yourself a Bond connoisseur - you have to see this film!
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