Fri, 05 Oct 2012 12:15:00 GMT | By Ruby Thomas
Bond 50: A look at the series so far

Live and Let Die



Live and Let Die (© EON Productions/Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc.)
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Roger Moore's debut as 007 begins, as in the very first Bond film, Dr. No, on an island in Jamaica. Filming began with Moore's Bond leading his enemies on a spectacular 150 mph speedboat chase through the Louisiana Bayou and for the first three weeks of shooting, all of the scenes were pure action - Bond didn't utter a single line. Is it any wonder that from a mute initiation Moore's attributed trademark became the raised eyebrow!

Jane Seymour plays the tarot reading Solitaire who loses her powers and innocence to the charms (and deception) of James Bond. Yaphet Kotto provides a perfect villain as Dr. Kananga in this exotic episode in the Bond series.

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