Welcome to the James Bond Video Specials with Jonathan Ross, featuring classic clips from the BBC Archive. Please note the quality is variable due to the nature of the archive film. To view the video you’ll need RealPlayer.
The Spy Who Loved Me
In 1977 Roger Moore went undercover in The Spy Who Loved Me, alongside Curt Jurgens as bad guy Stromberg and Barbara Bach as Major Anya Amasova. We visited the set and you can watch clips from the BBC archive below. To view the video you’ll need RealPlayer.
- Handsome, but deadly – See a scene between Bond and Stromberg and hear Roger Moore on character acting.
- Curt Jurgens as Carl Stromberg – “He wants to destroy everything above sea level… and feed his enemies to the fish.”
- Two spies working together – Barbara Bach and Roger Moore talk about their roles. Plus see a clip from filming.
- Behind the scenes – Designer Ken Adam and producer Cubby Broccoli talk about the challenge of Bond.
Back in 1979 the show headed to Rio de Janeiro and the set of Moonraker. Watch Barry Norman’s seven-minute film in full or check out the selected clips below. To view the video you’ll need RealPlayer.
- Roger Moore as Bond – “I enjoy doing Bond films, I mean I could be doing three years’ hard labour.”
- Lewis Gilbert, director – “In the old days Bond only had to look at a girl and that was the end of it.”
- Cubby Broccoli, producer
– “It’s frightening but these things cost more these days.”
- Richard Kiel, Jaws – “The big challenge was to become an actor in spite of my size.”
Die Another Day
- Watch the behind-the-scenes report
- Pierce Brosnan on growing into the Bond role
- Pierce Brosnan on working with Halle Berry
For more 007 from BBCi visit their James Bond Special Feature page.