History Film / TheSpyWhoLovedMe

29th May '17 6:46:36 AM darrenr
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** The American sailors are wearing dark blue shirts, the British ones light blue, both with dark pants, but there are also several men wearing all white uniforms with striped undershirts, something neither US nor Royal Navy sailors wear. One of these men hands a magazine to Bond when his Sterling SMG runs dry, another is seen throwing a grenade and several are killed attempting to storm the control room. So the Russians are there, there just aren't as many of them.

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** The American sailors are wearing dark blue shirts, the British ones light blue, both with dark pants, but there are also several men wearing in all white uniforms with striped undershirts, something neither US nor Royal Navy sailors wear. One of these men hands a magazine to Bond when his Sterling SMG runs dry, another is seen throwing a grenade and several are killed attempting to storm the control room. So the Russians are there, there just aren't as many of them.
29th May '17 6:45:52 AM darrenr
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** The American sailors are wearing dark blue shirts, the British ones light blue, both with dark pants, but there are also several men wearing all white uniforms with striped undershirts, something neither US nor Royal Navy sailors wear. One of these men hands a magazine to Bond when his Stirling runs dry, another is seen throwing a grenade and several are killed attempting to storm the control room. So the Russians are there, there just aren't as many of them.

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** The American sailors are wearing dark blue shirts, the British ones light blue, both with dark pants, but there are also several men wearing all white uniforms with striped undershirts, something neither US nor Royal Navy sailors wear. One of these men hands a magazine to Bond when his Stirling Sterling SMG runs dry, another is seen throwing a grenade and several are killed attempting to storm the control room. So the Russians are there, there just aren't as many of them.
28th May '17 11:11:51 AM darrenr
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** The American sailors are wearing dark blue shirts, the British ones light blue, but there are also several men wearing all white uniforms with striped undershirts, something neither US nor Royal Navy sailors wear. One of these men hands a magazine to Bond when his Stirling runs dry, another is seen throwing a grenade and several are killed attempting to storm the control room. So the Russians are there, they just aren't as visible.

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** The American sailors are wearing dark blue shirts, the British ones light blue, both with dark pants, but there are also several men wearing all white uniforms with striped undershirts, something neither US nor Royal Navy sailors wear. One of these men hands a magazine to Bond when his Stirling runs dry, another is seen throwing a grenade and several are killed attempting to storm the control room. So the Russians are there, they there just aren't as visible.many of them.
28th May '17 11:02:17 AM darrenr
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** The American sailors are wearing dark blue shirts, the British ones light blue, but there are also several men wearing all white uniforms with striped undershirts, something neither US nor Royal Navy sailors wear. One of these men hands a magazine to Bond when his Stirling runs dry, another is seen throwing a grenade and several are killed attempting to storm the control room. So the Russians are there, they just aren't as visible.
25th May '17 12:28:34 PM jkp1187
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* FridgeHorror: Wait a minute, [[spoiler: what happened to the Russian sailors at the end of the film?]] Stromberg captured British and Soviet boomers at the beginning of the film, and then the American attack sub at the end. Bond [[spoiler: liberates the Yanks and the Brits who join him in taking over the supertanker, but other than Agent XXX, there are no Russians to be seen anywhere. Realistically, either Stromberg disposed of them somehow, or the Anglophone sailors left the commies locked up to go down with the tanker.]]
25th May '17 2:32:25 AM moloch
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# TheTeaser. At the end of the sequence, Bond ''skis off a cliff''. He falls for several heart-stopping seconds, then a parachute opens. In the colours of the Union Jack. As the Bond theme kicks in. There are several reported cases of audiences breaking into applause at this moment. This stunt was done for real and you can see one of the skis hit the stuntman's chute, which could have been pretty nasty.

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# TheTeaser. At the end of the sequence, Bond ''skis off a cliff''. He falls for several heart-stopping seconds, then a parachute opens. In the colours of the Union Jack. As the Bond theme kicks in. There are several reported cases of audiences breaking into applause at this moment. This stunt was done for real and you can see one of the skis hit the stuntman's stuntman Rick Sylvester's chute, which could have been pretty nasty.
23rd May '17 7:08:10 AM Macsen
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* CoolestClubEver: After the fight at Luxor, Bond and Amasova end up meeting by chance at a nightclub in Cairo. With a few tense moments sprinkled in, they're practically talking shop.
17th May '17 8:19:15 AM CumbersomeTercel
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* SameLanguageDub: Barbara Jefford provided the voice for Caroline Munro's character, Naomi.
14th Mar '17 5:37:00 AM moloch
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''The Spy Who Loved Me'' is the tenth spy film in the ''Film/JamesBond'' series, and the third to star Creator/RogerMoore as the secret agent James Bond, and it is regarded by many as Moore's best and quite possibly one of the best in the series, as well as Moore's personal favourite of his own batch.

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''The Spy Who Loved Me'' is the tenth spy film in the ''Film/JamesBond'' series, and the third to star Creator/RogerMoore as the secret agent James Bond, and it Bond. It is regarded by many as Moore's best and quite possibly one of the best in the series, as well as Moore's personal favourite of his own batch.


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* {{Novelization}}: Written by screenwriter Christopher Wood, it adds SMERSH and some original Fleming characters to the plot. It was the first Bond novel released since ''Literature/ColonelSun'', and is (perhaps surprisingly for a novelization) well-regarded, often appearing as a dark-horse candidate on polls of the best post-Fleming novels. On the cover, it was re-titled ''James Bond, The Spy Who Loved Me'' to avoid confusion with ''Literature/TheSpyWhoLovedMe''.
5th Feb '17 1:06:14 AM Arivne
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* ArtisticLicenseMilitary: A female undercover KGB agent sends a message via radio and ends with the phrase "Over and out" while awaiting a response. The male agent she's calling responds and also ends his message with "Over and out".
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