The Spy Who Loved Me

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The Spy Who Loved Me theatrical movie poster.

Movie (1977)

Roger Moore (James Bond)
Barbara Bach (Maj. Anya Amasova)
Curd Jürgens (Karl Stromberg)
Richard Kiel (Jaws)
Caroline Munro (Naomi)
Walter Gotell (Gen. Anatol Gogol)

James Bond must cooperate with Soviet agent Anya Amasova (whose lover, Sergei Barsov, he killed on a past mission) to stop madman Stromberg from terrorizing the ocean with his submarine tracking system, which allows him to target and abduct the submarines of various world powers' navies. The ocean-loving Stromberg plans to use the stolen subs to launch a nuclear holocaust and force mankind to live in underwater cities which he builds.

Also from this series:
James Bond films

Westland WS-61 Sea King HAS2A

Bond arrives to meet with the British officials in this Royal Navy helicopter. Most likely XV659/PW-05.


Bell 206 JetRanger

Used by the Stromberg Shipping Lines. Dr. Bechmann and Professor Markovitz depart Stromberg's undersea base, Atlantis, in one. Stromberg remotely blows it up, killing the two scientists and their pilot.


Later, Stromberg's personal pilot Naomi pursues Bond's Lotus with one equipped with machine guns on the undercarriage. Bond blows it up using a missile launched from his Lotus.


Westland WS-58 Wessex HU5

This Royal Navy helicopter flies Bond and Anya out to the American submarine Wayne. Most likely XS523/LS-10.


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