Cover image for Moonraker
Title:
Moonraker
Author:
Broccoli, Albert R., 1909-1996.
Edition:
Special 007 edition.
Publication Information:
[United States] : MGM Home Entertainment, [2000]

[©2000]
Physical Description:
1 videodisc (126 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Summary:
Agent 007's mission is to find the Moonraker, a space shuttle that has been stolen while enroute to England from the United States. Bond's travels take him from California to Italy, and on to Brazil where he uncovers Drax's evil space scheme.
General Note:
Widescreen version.

Based on the novel by Ian Fleming.

Videodisc release of the 1979 motion picture by United Artists Corporation.

Rated PG.

Includes audio commentary featuring director Lewis Gilbert, the cast and crew; "Inside Moonraker" documentary; "The men behind mayhem" special effects documentary; still gallery; original theatrical trailer; "Making of" booklet.
Language:
English
Added Title:
Inside Moonraker.

Men behind the mayhem.
ISBN:
9780792845300
UPC:
027616812520
Format :
DVD

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In this adaptation of Ian Fleming's 1955 novel, James Bond (Roger Moore) must thwart Sir Hugo Drax (Michel Lonsdale), who plans to wipe out all of humankind and replace it with a super race that he has cultivated in a massive space station. The film's Bond girl in the case is American secret agent Holly Goodhead, intelligently played by Lois Chiles. "Jaws," the steel-mouthed henchman played by Richard Kiel in The Spy Who Loved Me (1977), makes a return appearance in Moonraker, turning good guy (complete with a girlfriend of his own) in the process. Bernard Lee makes his last appearance as "M" in what was up til this point, the most costly of James Bond's 1970s escapades. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi