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Bond director John Glen remembers Rémy Julienne (1930-2021)

By: Anders Frejdh
Published:
2021-01-23
Serge Touboul, Rémy Julienne and John Glen
Legendary director and FSWL supporter John Glen shares his thoughts with our readers after hearing the sad news about Rémy Julienne's passing on 21 January 2021. John and Rémy worked together on five James Bond films from 1981 until 1989 creating some epic action sequences.

“Rémy Julienne was a master of vehicle stunts. His main tool was a stopwatch. Very well planned and executed. His stunts were rehearsed on an airfield near Paris. Cars flying into boxes seems weird but very safe and spectacular.

I first came across Rémy on The Italian Job in 1968 and used him on all my Bonds in the 1980s. Some of his best work was in Licence to Kill (1989) with the truck sequence.

My condolences go to his family.”


Licence To Kill truck driving stunt
The truck driving stunt in Licence To Kill. Copyright © 1989 Danjaq S.A. & MGM/United Artists Pictures. All rights reserved.

James Bond (Roger Moore) borrowed a taxi in pursuit of May Day through the Paris streets in the 1985 film A View to a Kill. The stunt, where the car loses its top half and then its back half, was orchestrated by coordinator Rémy Julienne. John Glen commented:

“Rémy’s English wasn’t very good and my French was even worse. We managed to communicate through drawings.”




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Serge Touboul, Rémy Julienne and John Glen reunited in Chantilly, France, for a special screening of A View To A Kill in September 2010. Photo by Joel Villy. All rights reserved.

Visit The Official Website of Rémy Julienne for more information.

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