In this tenth installment of Spiraken Review Podcast's "Bond Marathon/Bond-o-Thon", Xan & Gretta review arguably the best Roger Moore Bond Film. Filled with submarine transforming cars, metal mouthed henchmen, aquatic lairs and some great action sequence, this one is a great ride. So enjoy as they review "The Spy Who Loved Me" directed by Lewis Gilbert and starring Robert Brown, Lois Maxwell, Walter Gotell, Desmond Llewelyn, Geoffrey Keen, Caroline Munro, Richard Kiel, Bernard Lee, Curd Jurgens, Barbera Bach and Agent 007 himself, Roger Moore.


As our hosts discuss the imaginative use of cold war tactics in this film, they also discuss the more intense action set pieces, the menacing nature of Stromberg's plan and the believable romance between Agent Triple X and Agent 007.



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Music Used in This Episode: Opening Theme- Gunbarrel by John Barry Orchestra  (The Spy Who Loved Me OST) Closing Theme-The Spy Who Loved Me (End Title) by Carly Simon  (The Spy Who Loved Me OST)

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Random Question of the Episode: Do you find Jaws to be an imposing Henchman?

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