Thu, 04 Oct 2012 02:15:00 GMT | By Maureen O'Hare
Bond's greatest villains

Hugo Drax (Moonraker: 1979)



Hugo Drax (Moonraker: 1979) (© Rex Features)
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  • Hugo Drax (Moonraker: 1979) (© Rex Features)
  • Karl Stromberg: The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) (© Rex Features)
  • Jaws: The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) & Moonraker (1979) (© Rex Features)
  • Francisco Scaramanga: The Man with the Golden Gun (1974) (© Rex Features)
  • Baron Samedi & Dr Kananga: Live and Let Die (1973) (© Rex Features)
  • Ernst Stavro Blofeld: On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969), You Only Live Twice (1967) & Diamonds Are Forever (1971) (© Rex Features)
  • Mr Kidd: Diamonds Are Forever (1971) (© Rex Features)
  • Bambi: Diamonds Are Forever (1971) (© Rex Features)
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Space epic Moonraker was noted for its high production cost, splashing out almost twice as much money as predecessor The Spy Who Loved Me. However, it raked in a mammoth $210,308,099 worldwide, making it the highest-grossing film in the series until 1995's Goldeneye. Michael Lonsdale plays Hugo Drax, a space shuttle manufacturer with a diabolical plan to destroy all human life on Earth and start afresh.

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