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<p>THE SPY WHO LOVED ME, 1977, MGM Repertory, 125 min. Dir. Lewis Gilbert. Easily the best of the 1970s Bond films, SPY stars the impeccable Roger Moore as 007, teamed with icy Russian agent Barbara Bach against underwater kingpin 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 Moore & Co. Everything a Bond film should be. </p> <p>LIVE AND LET DIE, 1973, MGM Repertory,121 min. Dir. Guy Hamilton. In his first outing as James Bond, Roger Moore takes on heroin magnate Yaphet Kotto and romances the gorgeous Jane Seymour. Blaxploitation meets elegant spy thriller in this chase-filled roller-coaster ride, which places Bond in a world of Caribbean gangsters and voodoo.</p>