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This eighth film in the series marks Roger Moore's first tour of duty as James Bond. The secret agent is up against the dark powers of voodoo in the sinister shape of Yaphet Kotto, while the more curvaceous Jane Seymour as tarot-reader Solitaire is on display as Bond's love interest. Boasting as many cliff-hanging moments as a Saturday-matinée serial, this tale of a plan to turn everyone into drug addicts allows Bond's adversaries - among them sharks, snakes and crocodiles - to be as mechanical as Moore himself. There are some splendid action sequences, notably a speedboat leap that set a new world record, as well as the usual array of hi-tech gadgetry.
Cast & Crew
Dr Kananga/Mr Big
Jane Seymour (2)
Earl Jolly Brown
Roy Stewart (2)
Singer at Fillet of Soul
B J Arnau
Eon Prods Ltd
May be edited for violence and swearing.
video, DVD and Blu-ray
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