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The Spy Who Loved Me At Somerset House

By: Anders Frejdh
The Spy Who Loved Me summer screen 2011
The Spy Who Loved Me (1977) screening at Somerset House in London on Thursday July 28, 2011.

Nobody does it better than Bond: Sir Roger Moore is 007 in one of the most entertaining adventures of the whole series. The Union Jack parachute, the toothsome threat of Jaws and the nifty Lotus Esprit are just some of the iconic elements of this giddy spectacle that offers some knowing laughs amidst the over-the-top action.

Running Time: 125 minutes

DJ: Bad Zuke

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