On Her Majesty's Secret Service
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Australian model George Lazenby took up the mantle of the world's most suave secret agent when Sean Connery retired as James Bond--prematurely, it turned out. Connery returned in Diamonds Are Forever before leaving the role to Roger Moore and Lazen
- Documentaries: Inside On Her Majesty's Secret Service & Inside Q's Laboratory
- Above It All Featurette
- Exciting Still Gallery
- Original TV Ads & Radio Spots
- Collectible Making-Of Booklet
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Oh, and Diana Rigg, graduating from her Emma Peel outing on THE AVENGERS, brought it all to the table and left nothing for afters. Looks, personality, physicality, performance: she's probably one of the best of the Bond heroines. Her performance sets a standard as high as Piz Gloria for other Bond girls to aspire to.
Of course, there as many problems as successes with this film, and we're left wondering how the series would've continued if Lazenby had stuck around for several more films. Imagine Diamonds are Forever (an embittered and stone cold Bond hunts down Blofeld), Live and Let Die (his revenge complete, Bond goes up against the voodoo gangsters of Mr. Big and Kananga, seducing young Solitaire as only a widower with nothing to lose can), The Man With the Golden Gun (Bond pitted against a private assassin whos skill with a gun probably exceeds his own) would've been with Lazenby in the role. Instead of the goofy spoof-like ventures starring Roger Moore (who could slip from comedy to adventure like slipping in and out of a bath), the more wooden Lazenby would've be the jewel in a setting of more serious danger and intrigue.
Ah well, if you're a fan of the novels and the early films as I am, you can have a good time watching Peter Hunt's return to believable, dangerous spy drama with a believable young Bond is an opportunity to imagine a different series than what we got in the 1970s. This crystal clear BD makes it easy to envision.
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