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prplhze2000
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re: Which James Bond Film Had the Most Inept Henchmen?
Just like moonraker was made during the Star Wars craze


kingbob
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re: Which James Bond Film Had the Most Inept Henchmen?
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There has been some Bond Marathon's going on and are on and I'm on the verge of overdosing as I can't seem to get enough of 007.


I’ve been watching all the films they put on hulu


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Loungefly85
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re: Which James Bond Film Had the Most Inept Henchmen?
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Starting with that one it seems like the last film done by every Bond is the worst. Dalton


I’d say License to Kill was the stronger of the two Dalton movies and one of the better movies of the whole series.


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Volvagia
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George Lazenby failed "On Her Majesties Secret Service" which is why Sean Connery returned to "Diamonds Are Forever" for more money.


George is on record mid shooting of the film that he wasn’t gonna do another one.


Volvagia
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re: Which James Bond Film Had the Most Inept Henchmen?
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Just like moonraker was made during the Star Wars craze


Random factoid: the actor who played the villain died one month ago today.


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southdowns84
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Henchwoman

Xenia. Costly error leaving the gun on her side while attached to the helicopter.


She always did enjoy a good squeeze.


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teke184
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re: Which James Bond Film Had the Most Inept Henchmen?
George’s agent convinced him that the spy film genre was dead and he needed to start making hippie flicks.

I should say “ex-agent” because George’s career hit the shitter after that. His most significant part I remember since then was voice acting on Batman Beyond, though he could have been in Game Of Death had Bruce Lee not dropped dead before their scheduled meeting.


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