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The Spy Who Loved Me [VHS] [1977]


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  • Actors: Roger Moore, Barbara Bach, Curt Jürgens, Richard Kiel, Caroline Munro
  • Directors: Lewis Gilbert
  • Writers: Christopher Wood, Ian Fleming, Richard Maibaum
  • Producers: Albert R. Broccoli, William P. Cartlidge
  • Format: PAL, Colour
  • Language: Arabic, English, Italian
  • Classification: PG
  • Studio: MGM
  • VHS Release Date: 3 Nov 2003
  • Run Time: 123 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (95 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00004CZHE
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 176,839 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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James Bond (Roger Moore), in his tenth screen outing, joins forces with a glamorous Russian spy (Barbara Bach) to outwit a megalomaniac shipping magnate (Curt Jurgens) who intends to achieve world domination by causing nuclear war between the superpowers. The film features the submersible Lotus Esprit, underwater battles, and 'Jaws', a seven-foot villain with steel teeth.

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The best of the James Bond adventures starring Roger Moore as tuxedoed Agent 007, this globe-trotting thriller introduced the steel-toothed Jaws (played by seven-foot-two-inch-tall actor Richard Kiel) as one of the most memorable and indestructible Bond villains. Jaws is so tenacious, in fact, that Moore looks genuinely frightened, and that adds to the abundant fun. This time Bond teams up with yet another lovely Russian agent (Barbara Bach) to track a pair of nuclear submarines that the nefarious Stromberg (Curt Jürgens) plans to use in his plot to start World War III. Featuring lavish sets designed by the great Ken Adam (Dr. Strangelove), The Spy Who Loved Me is a galaxy away from the suave Sean Connery exploits of the 1960s, but the film works perfectly as grandiose entertainment. From cavernous undersea lairs to the vast horizons of Egypt, this Bond thriller keeps its tongue firmly in cheek with a plot tailor-made for daredevil escapism. --Jeff Shannon

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By NEO on 28 Nov 2006
Format: DVD
For me this has to be one of the best 007 movies of all time starring super cool Roger Moore as the legendary secret agent James Bond. This movie has it all from the gadget laden and minisub converting Lotus Esprit S1. To the lovely Bond Girls such as Agent Triple x Barbara Bach the theme by Carly Simon and Jaws. Industrialist and madman played by Kurt Yugens as Stromberg who want world domination through a nuclear war. He steals a British Nuclear sub and a Russian one which are taken inside a huge super tanker. Bond is drafted in to track down Stromberg with Triple x and chase around the world with Jaws in pursuit. Finally Strombergs underwater palace named 'Atlantis' is destroyed by a torpedo from the American sub.

There are many memorable sequences in this film such as Bonds escape from the KGB in Austria, to the Esprit coming out onto the beach , the attack by Jaws in the valley of the kings in egypt to Bond facing off Stromberg at the end of the movie. The extras are axtensive on this new issue and are a little better than the previous issue. A documentary charts the films troubled beginning to script changes and a the building of the huge soundstage at Pinewood. To the detailed events on how Colin Chapman managed to get the then new Lotus Esprit to take on a starring role in the film. I'm not sure I would buy this issue as I have the previous one but it's a must for the Bond fan.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 21 Jan 2002
Format: VHS Tape
After the very mediocre 'The man with the golden gun', the series returns with a vengeance. 'The Spy who loved me' is cinematic genius. It is easy to see why this film got people back into Bond when it was first released. The action is explosive and gripping, the women are quite possibly the most beautiful ever seen in a Bond film and the comedy instead of being forced and immature is absolutely hilarious! Moore gives his best perfomance of his 7 films and he is not let down by the supporting role from Barbara Bach and Richard Kiel. The music is fantastic, particularly the theme song by Carly Simon. If you do not own this video already then you have a bleak void in your collection which can only be filled by this film alone. Whether you are a Bond fan or not, I have no doubt that you will love this film right from the breathtaking opening sequence to the hysterical (and quite camp!!!) ending. Quite simply brilliant.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Charles Mackenzie on 29 Nov 2000
Format: DVD
If "Goldfinger" defined how Bond movies would look in the 60's, then "The Spy Who Loved Me" has defined Bond from 1977 to the present day. The spectacular pre-credit sequence, use of many exotic locations, huge sets and a henchman to equal Harold Sakata's Oddjob - neither have ever been bettered.
On DVD, "Spy" is a joy to watch, the clean, slick action looks sharper than ever. ...The first of the Bonds to use the Cold War as the main thrust of the plot, sets Bond up with Anya Amasova (Barbara Bach), a Soviet agent to find two missing submarines stolen by ocean-obsessed Stromberg (Curt Jurgens) and stop him destroying the world and drive the human population into the sea. This is a spectacular romp which hasnt really dated much in the 23 years since its release.
This is also Roger Moore at his best. Moore's Bond is much-maligned by Bond afficionados but here he catches the perfect mix of smooth sophistication, cutting one-liners and hard arrogance. He has no problem flicking his tie to send a villain falling to his death, something Moore's Bond would later find uncomfortable to do. The one-liners are better than ever and Moore delivers them with aplomb. The supporting cast are exceptional, Bach isnt the best actress (watch out for her trying to contain her laughter in the final scene with Moore) but she carries the job off well, and looks fanatastic alongside the stunning locations, and Curt Jurgens is a suitably megalomaniac villain. But it is Richard Kiel as Jaws who steals the show, as the henchman with stainless steel teeth. Kiel manages to bring both menace and humour to the role and without one single line of dialogue. It is unfortunate that the producers of Moonraker chose to hang this character out to dry with a terrible denoument.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Jivespin on 8 Aug 2006
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
The Spy Who Loved Me contains some of THE iconic images from the James Bond film series - the Lotus Esprit, the skiing stunt complete with the Union Jack parachute - as well as Roger Moore in top form as our hero, James Bond. The film also has one of the great BOnd villans in Jaws, here genuinely menacing before he was reduced as a comic villan in Mookraker as well as a top quality Bond lady in Barbara Bach.

This DVD has cleaned up the original film and this copy of The Spy Who Loved Me is sparkling. However, I do have reservations in this Ultimate Edition DVD in comparing this DVD with the Special Edition release of five years ago. In my opinion there is not that much difference between the two, both have the same excellent documentaries and photographs and contain the same commentary from the makers of the film. There are only two significant differences - firstly, the menus are different, but not necessarily better, and secondly, the DVD contains a commentary from Roger Moore. For this alone the DVD is worth buying as the commentary is excellent and shows Moore as the charming man he is.

However, if you are not interested in the Moore commentary but already own TSWLM on DVD, then this DVD is not worth buying as it is not radically different from the previous release. For this reason alone, I have deducted one star from my rating as undoubtedly TSWLM is defintely a five star film.
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