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The Spy Who Loved Me - Lotus Esprit S1
Lotus Esprit S1

Date of Release

World Premiere 7th July 1977,
Odeon Leicester Square, London.

Running Time
125 minutes

James Bond
Roger Moore

Megalomaniac Karl Stromberg plans to
obliterate mankind from the surface of the Earth and build a new undersea kingdom of which he will be supreme ruler. After destroying New York and Moscow with missiles from captured American and Russian submarines, Stromberg is assured global destruction will follow.

Bond’s Women
Major Anya Amasova – Agent Triple X (Barbara Bach)
Felicca (Olga Bisera)
Log Cabin Girl (Sue Vanner)

Bond’s Enemies
Karl Stromberg (Curt Jurgens)
Jaws (Richard Kiel)
Naomi (Caroline Munro)
Sergei Borzov (Michael Billington)
Sandor (Milton Reid)
Max Kalba (Vernon Dobtcheff)
Aziz Fekkesh (Nadim Sawalha)
Liparus Captain (Sydney Tafler)
Dr. Bechmann (Cyril Shaps)
Dr. Markovitz (Milo Sperber)
Stromberg’s Assistant (Marilyn Galsworthy)

Bond’s Allies
Admiral Hargreaves (Robert Brown)
Sheik Hosein (Edward de Souza)
Captain Benson (George Baker)
USS Wayne Captain Carter (Shane Rimmer)
HMS Ranger Captain Talbot (Bryan Marshall)
General Gogol (Walter Gotell)
Rubelvitch (Eva Rueber-Staier)
Frederick Gray (Geoffrey Keen)
‘M’ (Bernard Lee)
Miss Moneypenny (Lois Maxwell)
‘Q’ (Desmond Llewelyn)

Bond's Car
Lotus Esprit S1

Bond’s Gadget
Ski pole which fires explosive headed projectile

Main Title Music
‘Nobody Does It Better’ sung by Carly Simon

End Title Music
‘Nobody Does It Better’ sung by Carly Simon

Music Score
Marvin Hamlisch

Production Design
Ken Adam

Main Titles Designer
Maurice Binder

Christopher Wood & Richard Maibaum

John Glen

Lewis Gilbert

Albert R. Broccoli (the first solely produced
James Bond film)

Filming Locations
Pinewood Studios, London, England
Baffin Island, Nunavut, Canada (Asgard)
Bahamas (underwater scenes)
Okinawa, Japan
Sardinia, Italy
Scotland, UK

$13 million

Worldwide Box Office
$185.4 million

Worldwide Box Office Gross Income 2002 inflation-adjusted
$552 million

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The Spy Who Loved Me - Gun Barrel
The Spy Who Loved Me - Title
Agent Triple X
Karl Stromberg (Curt Jurgens)
Ski Pole