The Spy Who Loved Me | Chicago Reader

The Spy Who Loved Me

For Roger Moore's third outing as James Bond (1977), producer Cubby Broccoli finally decided that the way to disguise his star's complete lack of personality was to lose him amid overblown production design and legions of supporting characters. It's the submarine barn and Richard Kiel's steel-toothed “Jaws” you remember from this one; the ostensible hero is just a fleshy blur. With Barbara Bach, Curt Jurgens, and Caroline Munro. 125 min.



  • Lewis Gilbert


  • Roger Moore
  • Barbara Bach
  • Curt Jurgens
  • Richard Kiel
  • Caroline Munro
  • Bernard Lee
  • Lois Maxwell
  • Desmond Llewelyn


  • Christopher Wood
  • Richard Maibaum


  • Albert Broccoli
  • William Cartlidge

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