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  1. 'The Spy Who Loved Me' Screening in Hollywood

    American Cinematheque at The Egyptian Theatre is proud to present the 5th Annual Festival of Fantasy, Horror & Science-Fiction from August 5-29, 2004. During the Festival, James Bond Girl Caroline Munro (The Spy Who Loved Me) will be making two personal appearances: one on Saturday August 7th at 5pm and the other on Sunday August 8th at 6:30pm. Her appearance on August 8th is the one of most interest to Bond fans seeing as the Egyptian Theater will be showing The Spy Who Loved Me as a double feature along with Munro’s Starcrash in the 616-seat Lloyd E Rigler Theater. Between films there will be discussion with the actress, which you won’t want to miss.

    Sunday, August 8 – 6:30 PM

    Starcrash (1979, Concorde/New Horizons, 92 Min) Director Luigi Cozzi (aka Lewis Coates). The 1970s saw many comic book style heroines popping up in genre films, and Caroline Munro gets to do her Barbarella-best in her turn as Stella Starr, allied with Akton (Marjoe Gortner) against the wicked Count Zarth Arn (Joe Spinell). A supremely goofy, whacked out knock-off of ‘Star Wars’, Barbarella, & the old ‘Flash Gordon’ serials. Co-starring David Hasselhoff and Christopher Plummer as Emperor of the Universe, with a fine score by John Barry (of the James Bond films).

    The Spy Who Loved Me (1977, MGM/UA, 125 min) Director Lewis Gilbert. Easily the best of the 1970’s James Bond films, TSWLM stars the impeccable Roger Moore as Bond 007, teamed with icy Russian agent Anya Amasova (Barbara Bach) against underwater kingpin Karl Stromburg (Curt Jurgens) and his lethal arsenal – which includes metal-toothed hitman Jaws (Richard Kiel) and femme fatale Naomi (Caroline Munro). Terrific stunts, a sharp, witty script by Christopher Wood and sexy, world-saving adventure courtesy of Roger Moore & company — everything a James Bond film should be.


    The Egyptian Theater
    6712 Hollywood Blvd
    Hollywood, CA 90028

    Validated Parking located at: 1735 Las Palmas, 1720 McCadden, 1735 Highland and Hollywood & Highland.

    General Admission $9.00

    Advanced tickets are available in person at the Egyptian Theatre box office Tues-Sun 1pm-4pm and right before the desired show.

    Advanced Tickets also available by fax — 323-467-0163 — for an additional $1 for each pre-ordered ticket. Include the date, time & name of the film[s], number of tickets, your full name, mailing address, phone number, e-mail, credit card # and exp date, card type and your name as it appears on the card.

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    Athena Stamos @ 2004-07-22
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