Octopussy (1983)

Nobody does it better...thirteen times.

Original Title : Octopussy
Director : John Glen
Writer : Ian Fleming
George MacDonald Fraser
Richard Maibaum
Michael G. Wilson
George MacDonald Fraser
Richard Maibaum
Michael G. Wilson
Genre : Action
Country : UK
Language : English
Producer : Albert R. Broccoli , Tom Pevsner , Michael G. Wilson
Music : John Barry
Photography : Alan Hume
Distributor : MGM/UA Entertainment Company
IMDB ID : 0086034
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¬Roger Moore James Bond
¬Maud Adams Octopussy
¬Louis Jourdan Kamal Khan
¬Kristina Wayborn Magda
¬Kabir Bedi Gobinda
¬Steven Berkoff General Orlov
¬David Meyer Twin One
¬Tony Meyer Twin Two (as Anthony Meyer
¬Desmond Llewelyn Q
¬Robert Brown M
¬Lois Maxwell Miss Moneypenny
¬Michaela Clavell Penelope Smallbone
¬Walter Gotell General Anatol Gogol
¬Vijay Amritraj Vijay
¬Albert Moses Sadruddin
¬Geoffrey Keen Sir Frederick Gray
¬Douglas Wilmer Jim Fanning
¬Andy Bradford 009
¬Philip Voss Auctioneer
¬Bruce Boa US General
¬Richard LeParmentier US Aide (as Richard Parmentier
¬Paul Hardwick Soviet Chairman
¬Suzanne Jerome Gwendoline
¬Cherry Gillespie Midge
¬Dermot Crowley Kamp
¬Peter Porteous Lenkin
¬Eva Reuber-Staier Rublevitch (as Eva Rueber-Staier
¬Jeremy Bulloch Smithers (as Jeremy Bullock
¬Tina Hudson Bianca
¬William Derrick Thug with Yo-Yo
¬Stuart Saunders Major Clive
¬Patrick Barr British Ambassador
¬Gabor Vernon Borchoi
¬Hugo Bower Karl
¬Ken Norris Colonel Toro
¬Tony Arjuna Mufti
¬Gertan Klauber Bubi
¬Brenda Cowling Schatzi
¬David Grahame Petrol Pump Attendant
¬Brian Coburn South American VIP
¬Michael Halphie South American Officer
¬Mary Stavin Octopussy Girl
¬Carolyn Seaward Octopussy Girl
¬Carole Ashby Octopussy Girl
¬Cheryl Anne Octopussy Girl
¬Jani-Z Octopussy Girl
¬Julie Martin Octopussy Girl
¬Joni Flynn Octopussy Girl
¬Julie Barth Octopussy Girl
¬Kathy Davies Octopussy Girl
¬Helene Hunt Octopussy Girl
¬Gillian De Terville Octopussy Girl
¬Safira Afzal Octopussy Girl
¬Louise King Octopussy Girl
¬Tina Robinson Hansen Octopussy Girl (as Tina Robinson
¬Alison Worth Octopussy Girl
¬Janine Andrews Octopussy Girl
¬Lynda Knight Octopussy Girl
¬Susanne Dando Gymnast Supervisor
¬Teresa Craddock Gymnast
¬Kirsten Harrison Gymnast
¬Christine Cullers Gymnast
¬Lisa Jackman Gymnast
¬Jane Aldridge Gymnast
¬Christine Gibson Gymnast
¬Tracy Llewellyn Gymnast
¬Ruth Flynn Gymnast
¬Roberto Germains Ringmaster
¬Richard Graydon Francisco the Fearless
¬Carol Richter Circus Personnel
¬Josef Richter Circus Personnel
¬Vera Fossett Circus Personnel
¬Shirley Fossett Circus Personnel
¬Barrie Winship Circus Personnel
¬Ravinder Singh Reyett Thug
¬Gurdial Sira Thug
¬Michael Moor Thug
¬Sven Surtees Thug
¬Peter Edmund Thug
¬Ray Charles Thug
¬Talib Johnny Thug
¬Ken Burns East German body guard (uncredited
¬Ishaq Bux Fakir (uncredited
¬Reg Harding Fisherman in Boat (uncredited
¬Eugene Lipinski Head VOPO (uncredited
¬Derek Lyons US Air Force Base Officer (uncredited
¬Ingrid Pitt Galley Mistress (voice
¬Lenny Rabin Bidder at Sotheby's (uncredited
¬Michael G. Wilson Soviet Security Council Member/Man on Tour Boat (uncredited


Bond is sent on a mission to discover how another, dying, '00' agent crashes through the British Embassy's window with a fake Faberge egg in his hand. He discovers that its not only him thats interested in the real egg when it is put up for auction and is bought by rich exiled Afghan Prince, Kamal Khan. Bond's suspicions deepen when Kamal Khan meets with General Orlov, an insane Russian General who desires to conquer Europe as well as faking Russia's Art Treasures as Russia's Government plans to disarm its weapons. 007 discovers that both Orlov and Khan plan to blow a nuclear device in an American Air Force Base. Connecting Orlov, Khan and Bond is the beautiful but mysterious female smuggler known only as 'Octopussy' but will she help or kill Bond...


Roger Moore's Best Bond Film, 5 September 1999 Author: Eric-62-2 from Morristown, NJ This is by far the best of the Roger Moore Bond films in my opinion. I may be prejudiced since "Octopussy" was the first Bond film I saw theatrically, but I absolutely loved it back then and it still holds up today. The plot is a fine blend of the serious stories of the early Connery films and the humorous touches of the Moore era. Add to that a smooth villain in Louis Jourdan, delicious over-the-top counterpoint from Steven Berkoff, a formidable henchman in Kabir Bedi, two exotic Bond girls in Maud Adams and Kristina Wayborn, beautiful location photography in the rich "travelogue" style (did India ever look as good as it does here?) and a great John Barry score and you can't go wrong with it at all. The tense buildup in the bomb countdown which has Bond donning clown makeup at one point is probably one of the most exciting in any Bond film.Roger Moore hit his peak playing Bond in this film and the proof is how he seems so much better than Sean Connery does in the inferior "Never Say Never Again" that came out that same year. It's a pity that Moore didn't go out with this one, since "A View To A Kill" was so poor by comparison.By all means rent this, watch it and have fun!
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