The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)
Produced by Albert R Broccoli
Directed by Lewis Gilbert
Screenplay by Christopher Wood & Richard Maibaum
James Bond played by Roger Moore
THE VILLAIN: Karl Stromberg (Curt Jurgens) - shipping magnate with webbed hands and an obsession with the world beneath the sea.
SUB-VILLAINS: Sergi Borzov (Michael Billington) - KGB agent killed by Bond at opening of film, lover of Major Anya Amasova.
Jaws (Richard Kiel) - looming, indestructible killer with metal teeth.
Sandor (Milton Reid) - killer working for Stromberg.
Aziz Fekkesh (Nadim Sawalha) - intermediary in the sale of submarine tracking plans.
Max Kalba (Vernon Dobtcheff) - Egyptian nightclub owner who has obtained the submarine tracking system plans and offers them for sale.
Naomi (Caroline Munro) - secretary to Stromberg and lethal helicopter pilot.
Liparus Captain (Sydney Tafler) - Stromberg operative manning his submarine-eating supertanker.
VILLAIN'S PLOT: Stromberg intends to destroy above-ground civilization by using stolen nuclear submarines to ignite World War III among the superpowers and create his own kingdom beneath the sea.
BOND WOMEN: Log Cabin Girl (Sue Vanner) - KGB agent who is in an embrace with Bond at film's opening.
Felicca (Olga Bisera) - beautiful woman helping to trap Bond when he goes to meet Fekkesh, warns 007 before Sandor can shoot him.
Major Anya Amasova (Barbara Bach) - KGB spy who joins forces with 007, unaware that he killed her lover.
BONDS ALLIES: Admiral Hargreaves (Robert Brown) - Royal Navy Admiral, flag office, submarines.
Sheik Hosein (Edward de Souza) - Cambridge-educated Egyptian with intelligence contacts who helps Bond on his mission.
Captain Benson (George Baker) - liaison at Polaris submarine base in Scotland.
Captain Carter, USS Wayne captain (Shane Rimmer) - US Navy officer who transports Bond to the Liparus via submarine.
Commander Talbot, HMS Ranger captain (Bryan Marshall) - Royal Navy officer whose submarine is the first to be captured by Stromberg.
THE BOND TEAM: M (Bernard Lee) - 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: Wristwatch with ticker-tape message readout; rocket-firing ski pole; cigarette case that converts into a microfilm viewer; Lotus Esprit outfitted with a rear-firing cement sprayer, submarine transformation package for underwater use, equipped with sea -to-air missiles, torpedoes, underwater 'smokescreen' and sea mines; Wet Bike.
LOCATIONS: Moscow, People's Rest & Recuperation Centre in Soviet Union, Austria, London; Scotland, Egypt, Sardinia; Atlantic Ocean.