- Audio commentary featuring Sir Roger Moore
- Audio commentary featuring director Lewis Gilbert and members of the cast and crew
- 007 in Rio - original 1979 production featurette Bond '79
- Ken Adam's production films
- Learnign to freefall - skydiving test footage
- Skydiving storyboards
- Circus footage cable car alternative storyboards
- 007 mission control: Interactive guide into the world of Moonraker
- Original theatrical trailer inside Moonraker - an original documentary
- The men behind the mayhem - special effects documentary
- Image database
In this adaptation of Ian Fleming's 1955 novel, James Bond (Roger Moore) must thwart Sir Hugo Drax (Michel Lonsdale), who plans to wipe out all of humankind and replace it with a super race that he has cultivated in a massive space station. The film's Bond girl in the case is American secret agent Holly Goodhead, intelligently played by Lois Chiles. "Jaws," the steel-mouthed henchman played by Richard Kiel in The Spy Who Loved Me (1977), makes a return appearance in Moonraker, turning good guy (complete with a girlfriend of his own) in the process. Bernard Lee makes his last appearance as "M" in what was up til this point, the most costly of James Bond's 1970s escapades. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi
Cast & Crew
- James Bond
- Holly Goodhead
- Hugo Drax
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BOND IN SPACE.......
Posted by: BradB
from Auburn, WA on
03/27/2009For Your Eyes Only was the next movie in the series as mentioned in the credits for 1977's Spy Who Loved Me ( hopefully available sometime this year in Blu Ray) but with the success of Star Wars, the Bond producers said that we need to put Bond in Space.....In fact that was the tagline on one of the posters. This DVD release coincides with the 30th anniversary of the film that brought Moore back to the screen and his rival from Spy Who Loved Me, Richard Keil reprised his role as "Jaws" Why that movie wasn't released first????? The entire sequencing of releases boggles the mind but oh well.... The films plot was simple but still fun to see. New DVD features include more documentaries than were on previous releases and a remastered widescreen version of the trailer ( 2.35:1) as opposed to the previous 16 x 9 release. The only problem is that I have an old tape with all the Bond trailers through A View to A Kill and there was a different version of the trailer and I have never seen it again adn the tape I have is so old it is not watchable but I do remember an entirely different version, perhaps that was the teaser....anyway besides that, the extras are great, for what they are. The 1080P presentation is great and the sound is awesome and this is a great bond to hear in 5.1 ( 7.1 if you have it).
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