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A View To A Kill Trivia

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A View To A Kill Picture
1985
Stacey Sutton's house. Wanna see this is for real? See our locations section.
Trivia, fun facts and more for the 1985 Action / Adventure movie starring Roger Moore, Christopher Walken, Tanya Roberts et al.
Contributed by: LoverswithCassie
Screenwriter/producer Michael G. Wilson can be heard uncredited as the man over the loudspeaker at San Francisco City Hall.
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This was Roger Moore's last film playing 007.
Contributed by: Cian
May Day's pretty blonde sidekick Jenny Flex is played by Irish actress Alison Doody. She had another high profile role in an 80's film playing a Nazi Doctor Elsa Schneider, the love interest In Indiana Jones, The Last Crusade. Despite this promising start to her career, upon marrrying she moved home to concentrate on raising a family.
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Roger Moore and Patrick MacNee are great friends. They met working on the same lot in the 60's while Moore played Simon Templar in 'The Saint' and MacNee starred in 'The Avengers'.
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MacNee narrates most of the Bond documentaries on the 007 DVD sets.
Contributed by: Neville Ross
This movie is the only James Bond movie to state at the beginning that its main villain is not based on any real person, living or dead.
Contributed by: Brad
Papillon Soo Soo who was the prostitute in the film "Full Metal Jacket" who said the lines "Me love you long time", "Me so horny", and "Me sucky sucky", was the Da Nang Hooker.
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Christopher Walken (Zorin) was the only Oscar Winner to play a Bond villain until Javier Bardem played the bad guy in Skyfall.. He won Best Supporting Actor in "The Deer Hunter" in 1979.
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Roger Moore was originally considered for the part of 007 for Dr. No in 1962.
Contributed by: Rodders
Dolph Lundgren, who later gained fame as Ivan Drago in ROCKY IV, made his film debut here as the KGB heavy to the KGB chief who Fiona Fullerton's character reported to, he is in the scene when Zorin confronts the KGB chief in the racecourse grandstand.
Contributed by: Jarkko Makkonen
I once read that Roger Moore is a pacifist nowadays and he regrets he ever made the violent 007-movies.
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