Saturday Night at the Movies 4/21/12!
Who cares what picture we see?
Walter Gotell does more than you could ever know, and in his honor:
S is for The Spy Who Loved Me!
Roger Moore's third Bond movie was the first to be produced solely by Albert Broccoli - and if anyone was worried whether or not "Cubby" could handle producing a 007 picture without his former partner Harry Saltzman - they needn't have bothered. It's a heck of movie - a huge production that entailed building the largest soundstage ever built to that time - and the 007 stage at Pinewood was used for other big movies - like The Empire Strikes Back until its untimely demolition in a fire in the mid-80's. Thankfully, it was rebuilt even bigger and christened the Albert R Broccoli 007 stage.
And since we're having some fun - check out this teaser trailer for the movie - with Roger Moore narrating!
And let's throw in a recently put together "fan trailer" edited by some clever person and uploaded to YouTube - here's how the trailer might go these days - ala 2006's Casino Royale...
I think it would be T riffic if you would come back Monday for the next post - until then, you Can Poke Me With A Fork, Cause I Am Outta Here!