Ep 21 The Spy Who Loved Me Commentary : Do You Expect Us To Talk

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We’re back to commentary track time but not Live and Let Die as promised as we recorded it and it was absolute pants. So instead we recorded another with Roger Moore’s most famous entry The Spy Who Loved Me? Thankfully this wasn’t pants and probably one of the funniest things we’ve recorded. Sit back, listen while watching the film and hopefully you’ll be pissing yourself laughing like we were.

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Do You Expect Us To Talk Ep 15: The Spy Who Loved Me

 

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Now the time has arrived, for Becca, David and Chris to discuss the greatest film ever made…. According to Alan Partridge that is. Certainly the most popular of the Rodger Moore era The Spy Who Loved Me is the classic among Bond fans so let’s see what we make of it.

Returning to the director’s chair is Lewis Gilbert for what is a kind of remake of his last film. Starring Barbara Bach, Curd Jürgens and Richard Kiel in one of the films many of us grew up on.

Apologies for the slight low quality in at the beginning of the  podcast It does improve I assure you.

 

You can follow us on BeccaChris and Dave on Twitter

Please send us an email at expectustotalk@gmail.com to give us any feedback or add your own thoughts on Bond.

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