Roger Moore’s penultimate outing as Bond finds him larking about in India, pursuing a mysterious jewel smuggling ring, or something.
Following the huge success of Star Wars, Bond producers decided to jump on the sci-fi bandwagon for 1979’s Moonraker, which sees 007 face off against a megalomaniacal businessman with plans to wipe out humanity. In space.
Next up in our Big Bond countdown is the action-packed The Spy Who Loved Me, with Bond working alongside Russian spy Anya in an attempt to bring down a plot involving submarine eating ships, nuclear armageddon and even more crazy Euro-villains.
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It’s Roger Moore’s second go as British super-spy James Bond; this time he’s being hunted by Christopher Lee’s master assassin Scaramanga while on the case of a missing scientist.