Spy Who Loved Me, The (1977) - (Movie Clip) What A Helpful Chap
In Cairo looking for Fekkish, whos said to have links to the diabolical Stromberg, Bond (Roger Moore) encounters the unlucky Felicca (Olga Bisera) whom he flips in no time, but still has to deal with thug Sandor (Milton Reid), also terminally, in The Spy Who Loved Me, 1977.
Spy Who Loved Me, The (1977) -- (Movie Clip) We All Make Mistakes, Mr. Bond
In Egypt, cooperating in chasing the microfilm snatched by Jaws (Richard Kiel), though its not clear why hes posing as a phone repair man, or why hes gone back to the archeological site, Bond (Roger Moore) and Soviet Major Asamova (a.k.a. Agent XXX, Barbara Bach, born Goldbach, in Queens, NY, deploying her universally convincing accent), still in evening garb, have some trouble getting away, in The Spy Who Loved Me, 1977.
Spy Who Loved Me, The (1977) -- (Movie Clip) I'll Assign Our Best Agent
Before the credits and even before the action opening, after a British submarine seems to vanish, the Russians get similar news (via Walter Gotell as Gen. Gogol)and activate Agent XXX (with a twist, Barbara Bach) and the Brits (via M and Moneypenny, Bernard Lee and Lois Maxwell) summon Bond (Roger Moore), in The Spy Who Loved Me, 1977.
Spy Who Loved Me, The (1977) -- (Movie Clip) Nobody Does It Better, Credits
Only just beginning the true action-opening after six minutes, Roger Moore as 007, (maybe?) not knowing hes been betrayed by his lover is pursued by unspecified assailants on skis from an Austrian Alpine hideaway, in a segment said to have caused Prince Charles to stand and applaud at a private screening, leading to the credits and hit semi-title song, by Carole Bayer Sager and Marvin Hamlisch, performed by Carly Simon, in The Spy Who Loved Me, 1977.
Spy Who Loved Me, The (1977) -- (Movie Clip) Handsome But Deadly
Speedboating from Sardinia escorted by voluptuous aide Naomi (Caroline Munro), Bond (Roger Moore) and Soviet ally Major Asamova (Barbara Bach) are posing as a marine biology researcher and wife, as an alibi to visit the outrageous Atlantis facility and its evil creator Stromberg (Curt Jurgens), in The Spy Who Loved Me, 1977.
Spy Who Loved Me, The (1977) -- (Movie Clip) To Defend Himself Against Death
At the narrated light show at the Pyramids at Giza, Bond arrives seeking Fekkish (Nadim Sawalha), whos already been apprehended by Soviet Agent XXX (Barbara Bach, a.k.a. Major Amasova), but who now flees Jaws (Richard Kiel, who represents the true villain, Stromberg), to little result, in The Spy Who Loved Me, 1977.