In This eighth installment of Spiraken Review Podcast's "Bond Marathon/Bond-o-thon", Xan & Gretta review the debut film featuring the third James Bond. Be prepared for action, adventure, puns and blaxplotation references as they review the 1973 Spy Film "Live & Let Die" Directed by Guy Hamilton and starring Clifton James, Michael Ebbin, Lois Maxwell, Earl Jolly Brown, Bernard Lee, Geoffrey Holder, Gloria Hendry, David Hedison, Julius Harris, Jane Seymour, Yaphet Kotto and introducing Roger Moore as James Bond, 007 


As our hosts analyze Roger Moore's Debut as James Bond, they also discuss the over use of blaxplotation in this film, the origin of Dr Kanaga's name, the addictive theme song by Paul McCartney and the feel of this film. 


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Music Used in This Episode: Opening Theme- Gunbarre/Snackbite by John Barry Orchestra  (Live & Let Die OST) Closing Theme-Live and Let Die by Paul McCartney & Linda McCartney  (Live & Let Die OST)

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Random Question of the Week: Is Roger Moore a worthy Successor to Sean Connery?

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