A View To A Kill (1985)
Produced by Albert R Broccoli & Michael G Wilson
Directed by John Glen
Screenplay by Richard Maibaum & Michael G Wilson
James Bond played by Roger Moore
THE VILLAIN: Max Zorin (Christopher Walken) - genius, product of Nazi death camp experiments to create super-intelligent children, fled east Germany in the 1960s, now a leading French industrialist, head of Zorin Industries, a supposed staunch anti-Communist who is in actuality a KGB agent who breaks his ties to the Soviets to pursue his own dreams of domination.
SUB-VILLAINS: May Day (Grace Jones) - Max Zorin's girlfriend, co-conspirator and another steroid-enhanced prodigy of Carl Mortner.
Scarpine (Patrick Bauchau) - head of security for Max Zorin.
Jenny Flex (Alison Doody) - beautiful henchwoman working for Zorin.
Carl Mortner (Willoughby Gray) - elderly scientist who is actually Hans Glaub, a pioneer in the development of steroids who experimented on pregnant women in Nazi death camps in order to produce super-intelligent children, seized by Soviets after the war to help enhance athletes.
Bon Conley (Manning Redwood) - geologist working on Zorin's supposed reclamation project in San Francisco Bay, in actuality the brains behind Zorin's plan to create a massive earthquake, formerly chief engineer in a South African gold mine.
W G Howe (Daniel Bengali) - California director of Oil and Mines, bought paid for and used by Max Zorin.
VILLAIN'S PLOT: Zorin intends to corner the world market on silicon microchips by detonating a huge amount of explosives in a mine, which will trigger a massive double earthquake, flooding Silicon Valley.
BOND WOMEN: Kimberly Jones (Mary Staving) - British agent who pilots iceberg submarine.
Stacey Sutton (Tanya Roberts) - heir to Sutton Oil who lost the company to Zorin in a rigged proxy fight; trained as a geologist, working for the state of California, she is engaged in a legal fight with Zorin over control of the oil company.
Polar Ivanova (Fiona Fullerton) - former ballet dancer, KGB agent trying to gather information on Max Zorin, a past lover of Bond's.
BONDS ALLIES: Sir Godfrey Tibbett (Patrick Macnee) - horse expert working with the British Secret Service.
Achille Aubergine (Jean Rougerie) - French detective looking into the horse racing activities of Max Zorin on behalf of the British government.
Chuck Lee (David Yip) - CIA agent working with Bond in San Francisco.
THE BOND TEAM: M (Robert Brown) - head of the British Secret Service, an authoritative father figure who sends Bond on his missions.
Miss Moneypenny (Lois Maxwell) - M's secretary who, for many years, enjoys a flirtatious relationship with 007.
Q (Desmond Llewelyn) - the creator of Bond's lethal gadgets, aka Major Boothroyd.
General Gogol (Walter Gotell) - unlikely ally and sometimes adversary in the age of detente.
Sir Frederick Gray, Minister of Defence (Geoffrey Keen) - stern British government cabinet minister.
BOND'S GADGETS: Microchip tracker; iceberg submarine; bug-detecting device under the head of an electric razor; sunglasses with adjustable polarizing filter lenses; cheque copier; camera concealed in a ring; Sharper Image credit card which opens locked windows; robot surveillance machine ('Snooper')
LOCATIONS: Siberia; London; Paris; Zorin's Chateau, France; San Francisco area and Silicon Valley, California.