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James Bond: Moonraker


1979       Roger Moore

Needless to say the Albert R. Broccoli production "Moonraker," eleventh in Ian Fleming's legendary series is the most ambitious and expensive ever made.
It is directed by Lewis Gilbert from an original screenplay by Christopher Wood. The eleventh in the series of Ian Fleming 007 adventures, the Albert R. Broccoli Franco-British coproduction stars Roger Moore as James Bond, Lois Chiles, Michael Lonsdale and Richard Kiel who returns as "Jaws." Music is by John Barry with lyrics by Hal David and Shirley Bassey performs the title song. The production is designed by Academy Award-winner Ken Adam. Released by United Artists, "Moonraker" was filmed at Studio de Boulogne, Epinay and Billancourt in Paris and on locations in Venice and Rio de janeiro.
Bond aficionados everywhere have, understandably, come to expect only the best and Christopher Wood's original and inventive screenplay demanded just that.
No less than three major Parisian studios, Boulogne, Billancourt and Epinay (the latter was used to create the incredible $500,000 space center which historically became France's largest-ever set) were used to house production

designer Ken Adam's "miracle" settings. Locations included the ancient Canals of Venice, the steaming jungles of Central America and the once-lost city of Tikal; the exotic splendour of Rio de Janeiro, the thunderous waterfalls of Iguacu on the Brazil-Argentine border and-outer space.
Latest in the line-up of Bond heroines is the green-eyed statuesque Texan brunette Lois Chiles who previously featured in "The Great Gatsby" and "Death on The Nile:'
Joining an equally long list of villains is French actor Michael Lonsdale playing the megalomaniac baddie Hugo Drax. He, until now, was perhaps best known for his role as the brilliant detective whose tall order task was to abort the murderous plans of the hired assassin in "The Day Of The Jackall'
Speaking of tall orders the 7'2" American actor Richard Kiel returns, by public demand, to reprise the steel-toothed villain "Jaws" the part he made famous in the last one, "The Spy Who Loved Me." Completing the list of major undesirables is Charig, an oriental ruffian played by Japanese actor Toshiro Suge.
But the "beasts" are far outnumbered by "beauties" led by 'Story of '0'" stunner Corinne Cléry who has the French female lead.
Then there's dusky-eyed beauty Emily Bolton as the mysterious Manuela; pint-sized enchantress Blanche Ravalec as the delightful Dolly; lovely Lizzie Warville as a ravishing Russian mistress; and Adela Fatima, as a magnificient mulatto Samba Queen.
The Bond Beauties," headed by gorgeous 19-year old Polish model Irka Bochenko (she is the "Blonde Beauty"), are a team of sexy starlets hand picked from more than 250 girls rounded up from the Beauty Agencies of France.
For the eighth time the Bond theme music is composed by Award winner John Barry.
Roger Moore stars as the now legendary Commander James Bond of the British Secret Service in this, his fourth 007 adventure to date.
The popular and talented English actor who previously had top billing in 'Live And Let Die" (1973), "The Man With The Golden Gun" (1974) and "The Spy Who Loved Me" (1977) has now unquestionably established himself as the tough special agent with a 'license-to-kill'.
"Moonraker' is directed by Lewis Gilbert from an original screenplay by Christopher Wood. The eleventh in the series of Ian Fleming 007 adventures, the Albert R. Broccoli Franco-British co-production stars, in addition to Roger Moore as James Bond, Lois Chiles, Michael Lonsdale and Richard Kiel who returns as "Jaws1 Music is by John Barry with lyrics by Hal David and Shirley Bassey performs the title song. The production is designed by Academy Award-Winner Ken Adam. It is being released by United Artists.
Atypical of the Ian Fleming hero's much mentioned Vodka Martini, Moore may in fact be pleasantly stirred by his role in the Bond epic but he's far from shaken by the colossal international acclaim the part has brought him. He remembers only too well his days as a struggling actor, fighting for bit parts and modestly puts his fame down to "a lot of luck:'
Moore has achieved what must be the ultimate for most actors. He has an established part as the world's most popular screen hero, but far from typecast in this singular role,
Prior to being re-signed by Producer Albert R. Broccoli he made "Escape to Athena" for Sir Lew Grade, the man who earlier established Moore in such choice television series as "The Saint" and "The Persuaders:' he's also currently enjoying considerable success around the world in a featured role as one of the tough mercenaries 'in Euan Lloyd's "The Wild Geese:'
Moore was born on October 14, 1927 in the South London suburb of Stockwell. Son of a London "copper" he studied at RADA (The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art), and worked in repertory at the Cambridge Arts Theatre. His film baptism was as an extra in Robert Donat's "Perfect Strangers'




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CAST

James Bond ....................... ROGER MOORE
Holly Goodhead ....................... LOIS CHILES
Drax ....................... MICHAEL LONSDALE
Jaws ....................... RICHARD KIEL
Corinne Dutour ....................... CORINNE CLERY
M ....................... BERNARD LEE
Frederick Gray ....................... GEOFFREY KEEN
Q ....................... DESMOND LLEWELYN
Monneypenny ....................... LOIS MAXWELL
Manuela ....................... EMILY BOLTON
Chang ....................... TOSHIRO SUGA
Dolly ....................... BLANCHE RAVALEC
Pilol Private Jet ....................... JEAN/PIERRE CASTALDI
Hostess Private Jet ....................... LEILA SHENNA
General Gogol ....................... WALTER GOTELL
Cavendish ....................... ARTHUR HOWARD
BlondeBeauly ....................... IRKABOCI-IENKO
Col. Scott ....................... MICHAEL MARSHALL
Mission Control Director ....................... DOUGLAS LAMBERT
Consumptive Italian ....................... ALEJE BASS
Museum Guide ....................... ANNE LONNBERG
U.S. Shuttle Captain ....................... BRIAN KEITH
Captain Boeing 747 ....................... GEORGE BlAT
R.A.F. Officer ....................... KIM FORTUNE
Launch Technician No. 1 ....................... CHRIS DILLINGER
Launch Technician No, 2 ....................... GEORGES BELLER
Funambulist ....................... JOHNNY TRABER
Russian Girl ....................... LIZZIE WARVILLE
Drax's Gin ....................... CHICHJNOU KAEPPLEIR
Drax's Girl ....................... FRANCOISE GAYAT
Drax's Girl ....................... CATHERINE SERRE
Drax's Girl ....................... CHRISTINA HUI
Draxs Girl ....................... NICAISE JEAN-LOUIS
Drax'sGirl ....................... BEATRICE LIBERT


THE FILMMAKERS

Produced by ....................... ALBERT R BROCCOLI
Directed by ....................... LEWIS GILBERT
Screenplayby ....................... CHRISTOPHER WOOD
Associate Producer ....................... WILLIAM P. CARTLIDGE
Executive Producer ....................... MICHAEL G. WILSON
Music by ....................... JOHN BARRY
Lyrics by ....................... HAL DAVID
Title Song performed by ....................... SHIRLEY BASSEY
Production Designer ....................... KEN ADAM
Director of Photography ....................... JEAN TOURNIER
Film Editor ....................... JOHN GLEN
Visual Effects Supervisor ....................... DEREK MEDDINGS
Production Managers
(France) ....................... JEAN-PIERRE SPIRI-MERCANTON
(U.K.) ....................... TERENCE CHURCHER
Location Managers
(Brazil) ....................... FRANK ERNST
(Italy) ....................... PHILIPPE MODAVE
(Florida) ....................... JOHN COMFORT
Unit Managers
(France) ....................... ROBERT SAUSSIER
(U.K.) CHRIS KENNY
2nd Unit Directors ERNIE DAY, JOHN GLEN
istAssistant Director MICHEL CHEYKO
Casting Directors MARGOTCAPELIER, BUDGE DRURY
Stunt Arranger 608 SIMMONS
Art Directors MAX DOUY, CHARLES BISHOP
Visual Effects Art Director PETER LAMONT
Visual Effects Cameraman PAUL WILSON
Optical Effects Cameraman ROBIN BROWNE



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