Director: John Glen
Cast: Roger Moore, Carole Bouquet
Probably the best Bond film of the Roger Moore era, this one has a far more serious tone than the more goofy efforts of the 1970's. Once again, a British naval vessel is sunk and a top secret device is stolen. Agent 007 must retrieve it before the Russians get their hands on it. He is aided by the fiercely beautiful Carole Bouquet who is on a personal vendetta to avenge her father's murder, which is conveniently related to the case he's working on. Ms. Bouquet is definitely one of the hottest Bond babes ever, and she burns up the screen with her radiant beauty and savage intensity. Great stunts, great action, beautiful girls, and the final appearance of Blofeld. What more could you ask for?