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James Bond: The First 21 Years (1983)

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Cast

Credited cast:
Maud Adams ... Octopussy (archive footage)
Muhammad Ali ... Himself
Ursula Andress ... Herself
Richard Attenborough ... Himself
Barbara Bach ... Major Anya Amasova / Agent XXX (archive footage)
The Beatles ... Themselves (archive footage)
Björn Borg ... Himself
Ernest Borgnine ... Himself
Carole Bouquet ... Melina Havelock (archive footage)
Glen Campbell ... Himself
Fidel Castro ... Himself (archive footage)
Bobby Charlton ... Himself
Lois Chiles ... Dr. Holly Goodhead (archive footage)
Tsai Chin ... Ling (archive footage)
William Colby William Colby ... Himself
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Country:

UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

27 May 1983 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

James Bond: The First Twenty One Years See more »

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Production Co:

Thames Television See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Quotes

Ronald Reagan: Of course, some critics might say that Bond is nothing more than an actor in the movies. But then, we've all got to start somewhere.
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Followed by Three Decades of James Bond 007 (1995) See more »

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Very clever Bond clip show
22 November 2004 | by susanswebSee all my reviews

Presented to help promote "Octopussy", this show was different in that instead of just showing clips from previous Bond movies demonstrating Bond's skills, this special has experts in different fields acting like Bond is a real person. For example, Jackie Stewart comments on Bond's driving ability and a clip from "Diamonds are Forever" plays, Arnold Palmer talks about his golfing prowess and we see Bond playing golf in "Goldfinger". Even then-president Ronald Reagan talks about Bond in terms of his intelligence service. One of the more humorous ones was a wildlife expert using the crocodile sequence in "Live and Let Die" to demonstrate Bond's knowledge of animals. A very enjoyable special.


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