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For Your Eyes Only (1981) starring Roger Moore as James Bond

By: Anders Frejdh
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US one sheet poster for For Your Eyes Only (1981)
US one sheet poster for For Your Eyes Only (1981)Swedish poster for For Your Eyes Only (1981)
When a British spy ship using the Automatic Targeting Attack Communicator is sunk accidentally by a WWII mine off the coast of Albania, agent 007 races against time to stop the ATAC falling into the hands of Russian agents.

Watch the trailer for For Your Eyes Only starring Roger Moore as Ian Fleming's 007:

Swedish title:
Ur dödlig synvinkel
Original title:
For Your Eyes Only
Second unit director:
Release dates:
24 August 1981 (Sweden)
24 June 1981 (UK)
26 June 1981 (USA)
Plot outline:
When a British spy ship using the Automatic Targeting Attack Communicator is sunk accidentally by a WWII mine off the coast of Albania, agent 007 races against time to stop the ATAC falling into the hands of Russian agents.
127 minutes
Promotional partners:
Filming locations:
Bahamas, Italy (Cortina d'Ampezzo), Greece (Corfu and Meteora), and Pinewood Studios (England)
Film company:
Production budget:
28 Million USD
Sweden Box-office:
18 414 839 SEK according to the Swedish Film Institute
UK Box-office:
US Box-office:
55 Million USD accoding to Box Office Mojo
Worldwide Box-office:
195 Million USD (Source: The Numbers)
Alison Papworth played one of the pool girls
Alkis Kritikos as Santos
Carole Bouquet as Melina Havelock
Cassandra Harris as Lisl
Chai Lee as flicka vid poolen
Chaim Topol as Milos Columbo
Charles Dance as Claus
Desmond Llewelyn as Q
Eva Rueber Staier as Rublevich
Evelyn Drogue as Girl at Pool
Fred Bryan as kyrkoherden
Geoffrey Keen as Minister of Defence
Graham Crowden as First Sea Lord
Graham Hawks as mantis-mannen
Jack Hedley as Havelock
Jack Klaff as Apostis
James Viliers as Tunner
Janet Brown as The Prime Minister
Jeremy Bulloch as Smithers
Jill Bennett as Brink
John Moreno as Luigi Ferrara
John Wells as Denis
John Wyman as Erich Kriegler
Julian Glover as Aris Kristatos
Kim Mills as Girl at Pool
Koko as Girl at Pool
Lalla Dean as Girl at Pool
Laoura Hadzivageli as Girl at Pool
Lizzie Warville as Girl at Pool
Lois Maxwell as Miss Moneypenny
Lynn-Holly Johnson as Bibi Dahl
Max Vesterhalt as Girl at Casino
Michael Gothard as Locque
Noel Johnson as Vice Admiral
Paul Angelis as Karageorge
Paul Brooke as Bunky
Robbin Young as Girl in Flower Shop
Roger Moore as James Bond
Stag Theodore as Nikos
Stefan Kalipha as Gonzales
Toby Robins as Ioan Havelock
Tula as Girl at Pool
Walter Gotell as General Gogol
Vanya as Girl at Pool
William Hoyland as McGregor
Viva as Girl at Pool

For Your Eyes Only UK quad poster
The UK quad poster for the film. Copyright © 1981 Danjaq S.A. & United Artists Corporation. All rights reserved.
Albert R. Broccoli (producer)
Tom Pevsner (associate producer)
Michael G. Wilson (executive producer)
Bill Conti (film soundtrack composer)
Monty Norman (composer of the James Bond theme)
Sheena Easton (singer of the title song)
Alan Hume (Director of Photography)
Film editor:
Debbie McWilliams (casting director)
Production desginer:
Sound designer(s):
Colin Miller (dubbing editor)
Costume desginer(s):
Elizabeth Waller
Stills photographer:
Title designer(s):
Maurice Binder
Second unit director:
Anthony Waye (assistant director)
Gareth Tandy (second assistant director)
Gerry Gavigan (assistant director: second unit)
Michael Zimbrich (second assistant director)
Terry Madden (second assistant director)
Tony Broccoli (second assistant director)
Stunt team:
Ski Unit Directed and Photographed By: Willy Bogner
Aerial Unit Directed and Photographed By: James Devis
Underwater Unit Directed and Photographed By: Al Giddings
Action Sequences Arranged By: Bob Simmons
Driving Stunts Arranged By: Remy Julienne
Bobsleigh Stunts Arranged By: Remy Julienne
Marine Advisors: Barry Goldsmith and David Halsey
Stunt Pilot: Marc Wolff

Aerial Team:
Nigel Brendish
John Crewdson
Czeslav Dyzma
Andrew Von Preussen
Marc Wolff

Ski Team:
Sabine Boeke
Willy Bogner
Giovanni DiBona
Gerhard Huber
Wolfgang Kleinwachter

Underwater Team:
John Bremer
Walt Clayton
Moby Griffin
Terry Kerby

Climbing Team:
Chester Brown
Bill Fox
Herbert Raditsching
Rick Sylvester

Stunt Doubles:
For Cassandra Harris: Cyd Child
For Carole Bouquet: Dorothy Ford (Water)

For Roger Moore:
John Eaves (Skiing), Martin Grace, Remy Julienne (Driving), Rick Sylvester (Climb/Fall), Marc Wolff (Opening Pilot)

Other Stunt Performers:
Andy Bradford (guard at monastery shot with armborst/bad guy at warehouse/stunt driver)
Bill Cummings
Bill Weston
Chris Webb
Doug Robinson
Eddie Eddon
Eddie Powell
Frances Young
Fred Haggerty
Gareth Milne
George Leech (Kristatos' henchman killed by shark)
Gillian Aldam
Graeme Crowther
Greg Powell
Hans Hechenbichler
Jazzer Jeyes
Jim Dowdall
Jimmy Lodge
Ken Shepherd
Malcolm Weaver
Mike Potter
Nick Gillard
Pat Banta
Paul Weston
Reg Harding
Riccardo Mioni
Richard Graydon
Roy Scammell
Roy Street
Stefano Maria Mioni
Stuart Fell
Tim Condren
Tony Smart
Wayne Michaels (one of the bad guys at the camp)
Special effects:
Chris Corbould (Special effects technician)
Visual effects:
Derek Meddings (Visual effects supervisor)
Distributor in Sweden:
United International Pictures AB
More information:



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