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  Live And Let Die (1973)
Roger Moore    Leva och Låta Dö  See Glastron 150 GT in The James Bond 007 Museum.

FA
ÅR: 1973
SVENSK TITEL: Leva och Låta Dö
VÄRLDS PREMIÄR: 13 September 1973
SVENSK PREMIÄR: 22 December 1973
LÄNGD: 121 min
PRODUCENTER: Harry Saltzman
Albert R. Broccoli
Eon Productions
REGI: Guy Hamilton
MANUS: Tom Mankiewicz
FOTO: Ted Moore
SCENOGRAFI: Syd Cain
KLIPPNING: Bert Bates
Raymond Poulton
John Shirley
MUSIK: George Martin
TITELMELODI: "Live And Let Die"
framförd av Paul McCartney & Wings
INSPELAD: USA
Jamaica
England
Pinewood Studios
FILMBOLAG: United Artists

Roger Moore James Bond, 007
Yaphet Kotto Kananga/Mr. Big
Jane Seymour Solitaire
Clifton James Sheriff Pepper
Julius Harris Tee Hee
Geoffrey Holder Baron Samedi
David Hedison Felix Leiter
Gloria Hendry Rosie Carver
Bernard Lee M
Lois Maxwell Miss Moneypenny
Tommy Lane Adam
Earl Jolly Brown Whisper
Roy Stewart Quarrel
Lon Satton Strutter
Arnold Williams Cab Driver
Ruth Kempf Mrs. Bell
Joie Chitwood Charlie
Madeline Smith Miss Caruthers
Michael Ebbin Dambala
Kubi Chaza Sales Girl
Brenda Arnau Singer
Gabor Vernon Hungarian Delegate
Robert Dix Hamilton
Dennis Edwards Baines
Lance Gordon Sheriff Pepper's Driver
Stephen Hendrickson Mr. Bleeker
Don Topping

EON Productions movies
1.  Dr No 1962
2.  From Russia With Love
1963
3.  Goldfinger 1964
4.  Thunderball 1965
5.  You Only Live Twice 1967

6.  On Her Majesty`s Secret Service 1969
7.  Diamonds Are Forever 1971
8.  Live And Let Die 1973
9. 
The Man With The Golden Gun 1974
10.The Spy Who Loved Me
11.Moonraker 1979
12.For Your Eyes Only 1981
13.Octopussy 1983  
14.A View To A Kill 1985  
15.The Living Daylights
1987
16.Licence To Kill 1989
17.
Goldeneye 1995
18.Tomorrow Never Dies1997
19.The World Is Not Enough 1999
20.Die Another Day 2002
21.Casino Royale 2006
22.Quantum Of Solace 2008
23. Skyfall 2012
24.
James Bond  24
25. James Bond  25

Not included in 
Bondserie or
EON Productions

Casino Royale 1954
Casino Royale 1967
Never Say Never Again 1983

Producer
Albert "Cubby"Broccoli
Harry Saltzman
Barbara Broccoli
Michael G,Wilson

Writers to all Bond books
Ian Fleming  
Amis Kingsley
Raymond Benson 
John Gardner
Charlie Higson

Sebastian Faulks
Jeffery Deaver
Neal Purvis screenwriter
Robert Wade
screenwriter
Bondbooks

James Bond actors
Barry Nelson
Sean Connery

George Lazenby
Roger Moore
Timothy Dalton
Pierce Brosnan
Daniel Craig

James Bond Composers
Monty Norman 1
John Barry 11
George Martin 1
Marvin Hamlisch 1
Bill Conti 1
Michael Kamen 1
Eric Serra 1
David Arnold 
5
James Bond Music
22 Best Bondsoundtrack

Allias MI6
Moneypenny Maxwell/Bliss/Bond
Q  Llewelyn/Cleese
M Lee/Brown/Dench
CIA Felix Leiter
Q = Desmond Llewelyn has 
appeared in 17 Bond films 

Bondgirls
Honey Ryder Ursula Andress

Britt Ekland
Izabella Scorupco
Maud Adams 
Kristina Wayborn
Mary Stavin 
Halle Berry JINX
Vesper Lynd  Eva Green
Bond Villians
Jaws (Rickard Kiel)
Venz (Dolph Lundgren)

Pinewood Studios 

Sir WinstonChurchill. Prime Minister twice  (1940-45 and 1951-55) 
Out of office and politically "in the wilderness" during the 1930s, Churchill took the lead in warning about Nazi Germany and in campaigning for rearmament. On the outbreak of the Second World War, he was again appointed First Lord of the Admiralty. Following the resignation of Neville Chamberlain on 10 May 1940, Churchill became Prime Minister. His steadfast refusal to consider defeat, surrender, or a compromise peace helped inspire British resistance, especially during the difficult early days of the War when Britain stood alone in its active opposition to Hitler. Churchill was particularly noted for his speeches and radio broadcasts, which helped inspire the British people. He led Britain as Prime Minister until victory over Nazi Germany had been secured.
Ian Flemings boss M

 



Promotional image of the cast of Live and Let Die. From left: Tee Hee Johnson, Solitaire, Baron Samedi, James Bond, Dr. Kananga and Whisper


Glastron GT150 1972 boats were used in filming of James Bond’s “Live and Let Die” 1973 and came direct from Glastron in Austin, Texas. 


Live and Let Die CD
Music by George Martin 1973
Live and Let Die with title song by Paul McCartney and Wings. Live and Let Die with title song by Paul McCartney and Wings. wings_live_and_let_die.gif (1246134 bytes) live_and_let_die_wings_appl.gif (1208650 bytes)
Paul & Linda McCartney blev nominerade både till en Oscar och en Grammy för sin titellåt. 
Filmen fick den det tyska Golden Screen-priset.
Live and Let Die with title song by Paul McCartney and Wings.
The Vinyl 7″ 45 rpm
  single record was introduced in 1949 by RCA.
The Apple records
Granny Smith apple.



Live And Let Die Mission

James Bond is on a manhunt from Harlem to the Caribbean to find and defeat the evil Dr. Kananga before he can flood the world with massive shipments of heroin.

Roger Moore's debut as James Bond takes him in pursuit of a voodoo- worshipping underworld drug czar who leads him from Harlem to New Orleans to the exotic Caribbean. Jane Seymour also stars.

  • Rated: PG
  • Official Year: 1973
  • Number in Series: 8
  • Running Time: 116 minutes
  • Budget: $12 million
  • UK Premiere: July 06, 1973
  • US Premiere: June 27, 1973
  • Biopremiär i Sverige: 22 december 1973
    Biopremiär i England: 6 juli 1973
    Biopremiär i USA: 27 juni 1973

     

Crew

  • Writing Credits: Ian Fleming
  • Producer: Albert R. Broccoli
  • Producer: Harry Saltzman
  • Director: Guy Hamilton
  • Composer: George Martin
  • Title Song: Paul McCartney and Wings
James Bond Roger Moore First Bond-film
Kananga/Mr. Big Yaphet Kotto
Solitaire Jane Seymour
Sheriff Pepper Clifton James
Tee Hee Julius Harris
Baron Samedi Geoffrey Holder
Felix Leiter David Hedison
r
Rosie Carver Gloria Hendy
M Bernard Lee
Miss Moneypenny Lois Maxwell
Adam Tommy Lane
Whisper Earl Jolly Brown
Quarrel Roy Stewart
Strutter Lon Satton
Cab Driver Arnold Williams
Mrs. Bell Ruth Kempf
Charlie Joie Chitwood
Beautiful Girl (Ms Caruso) Madeline Smith
Dambala Michael Ebbin
Sales Girl Kubi Chaza
Singer B.J. Arnau
Hungarian Delegate Gabor Vernon
Han har också en liten roll i 'Octopussy 1983  '.

 

 

Live and Let Die film poster
Live and Let Die film poster


Glastron GT150 1972 boats were used in filming of James Bond’s “Live and Let Die” 1973 and came direct from Glastron in Austin, Texas. 

Whisper with Champagne Bollinger

Whisper with Champagne Bollinger

007's classic Rolex timepiece, modified to have a spinning saw and a magnetic pull. James Bond's specially adapted Live and Let Die Rolex ...

 

James Bond is on a manhunt from Harlem to the Caribbean to find and defeat the evil Dr. Kananga before he can flood the world with massive shipments of heroin.
Live And Let Die Mission James Bond

Baron Samedi, James Bond (Roger Moore)
Baron Samedi, James Bond (Roger Moore)

Solitaire  with James Bond  (Roger Moore)
Solitaire (Jane Seymour) with James Bond  (Roger Moore)

Tee Hee and Sheriff St. Pepper
Tee Hee and Sheriff St. Pepper

Dr. Kananga Mr Big (Yaphet Kotto) Solitaire (Jane Seymour)
Dr. Kananga Mr Big (Yaphet Kotto) Solitaire (Jane Seymour)

Solitaire and James Bond (Roger Moore) with Double-Decker Buss old style English double decker
Solitaire and James Bond (Roger Moore) with Double-Decker Buss old style English double decker

Rosie Carver CIA agent  Quarrel Jr.
Rosie Carver CIA agent  Quarrel Jr.


Dr. Kananga Mr Big (Yaphet Kotto) 

Dr. Kananga Mr Big (Yaphet Kotto) Solitaire (Jane Seymour)
Dr. Kananga Mr Big (Yaphet Kotto) Solitaire (Jane Seymour)



 

Live and Let Die 1973  Rolex

So you can be sure that it is not without good reason that some of the world's finest watchmakers (among them such heavyweights as Rolex, Omega, and Seiko) have sought to link their products to the excitement, elegance and cachet that the public has learned to associate with James Bond, the gentleman secret agent with a licence to kill. Most recently it's been Omega that has been peppering magazines and newspapers around the world with images of James Bond wearing their "Seamaster Professional" model with the legend "Selected by James Bond." Note that this is not an endorsement by Pierce Brosnan, but rather by James Bond. Despite what 007 told Fatima Blush in NEVER SAY NEVER AGAIN, James Bond does indeed do endorsements.

 


In James bond 007 Museum Nybro Sweden
The most recognizable watch in history with 1 billion people having watched the film "Live and Let Die", the wristwatch worn on the wrist of Sir Roger Moore as James Bond is in fact a Rolex Submariner reference 5513 made in 1972, and was later modified for the movie.

Art director and British production designer Syd Cain worked on over 30 movie projects, and received international fame for playing a key role as gadget designer in the James Bond movies. The acclaimed Rolex Submariner worn was memorable for its buzzsaw bezel that spun and could cut through rope to escape dangerous situations, and its hyper intensified magnetic field with the ability to deflect bullets. Used for both humor and heightened dramatic events, the magnetic power could unzip Miss Caruso’s dress, and catch a spoon off of a coffee saucer.

The present Rolex reference 5513 "Q" is the most unforgettable watch prop used in a movie and is even signed inside the caseback "Roger Moore 007". As a highlight in the most iconic scenes of "Live and Let Die", this watch is sure to interest both watch collectors and true fans of cinematography alike.

Syd Cain: An accomplished movie production designer, "Syd" Cain is best known for his creative work on four films of the famous James Bond 007 series. His work on the series followed his successful efforts supporting Producer Albert R. Broccoli on two films in 1954 and 1956. Broccoli chose Cain for "Dr. No" in 1962, and went on to assume the role of art director for 1963’s "From Russia With Love". That film introduced Q, the legendary character responsible for issuing gadgets to James Bond.
It was Cain who was designing these gadgets in actuality, including villain's gadgets, such as the poisoned-tipped blade of Rosa Klebb’s shoes, and of course this Rolex Submariner 5513 worn in 1973’s "Live and Let Die".

Cain (1918-2011) was himself a survivor, having managed to walk away from a plane crash during World War II, and later, surviving a lightning strike. Notably, he also served as assistant art director for Stanley Kubrick, and production designer for Alfred Hitchcock and Jack Gold. Survived by five sons and three daughters, he was a popular personality with James Bond fans, and wrote an autobiography documenting his experiences with the 007 films: "Not Forgetting James Bond: The Autobiography of James Bond Production Designer Syd Cain".


007's classic Rolex timepiece, modified to have a spinning saw and a magnetic pull. James Bond's specially adapted Live and Let Die Rolex ...

Watches of James Bond in James Bond 007 Museum Nybro Sweden

 


Roger Moore as James Bond in 7 Bondfilms

 Solitaire (Jane Seymour)
Miss Caruso (Madeline Smith)
Miss Caruso (Madeline Smith)
Tee Hee  (Julius W. Harris)
Tee Hee  (Julius W. Harris)
Sheriff St. Pepper (Clifton James)     Clifton James, veteran of James Bond movies and 'Cool Hand Luke,' dies in Gladstone at 96.
 

Sheriff St. Pepper (Clifton James) 2 Bondfilms The Man With The Golden Gun 1974,   Live And Let Die 1973

Rosie Carver (Gloria Hendry)
Rosie Carver (Gloria Hendry)

 Solitaire (Jane Seymour)

Jane Seymour Solitaire
Sheriff St. Pepper (Clifton James)
 

Sheriff St. Pepper (Clifton James) 2 Bondfilms The Man With The Golden Gun 1974,   Live And Let Die 1973

Baron Samedi (Geoffrey Holder)
Baron Samedi (Geoffrey Holder)
Miss Caruso (Madeline Smith)
Miss Caruso (Madeline Smith)
Felix Leiter  (David Hedison) 2 Bondfilms
Felix Leiter  (David Hedison) 2 Bondfilms 
Licence To Kill    Live And Let Die
Dr. Kananga Mr Big (Yaphet Kotto)
Dr. Kananga Mr Big (Yaphet Kotto)
M  Bernard Lee in the first 11 Bondfilms
M  Bernard Lee in the first 11 Bondfilms
Miss Moneypenny (Lois Maxwell) in the first 14 Bondfilms
Miss Moneypenny (Lois Maxwell) in the first
14 Bondfilms

 



Summary:
With charm, wit and deadly assurance, Roger Moore steps in as the suave, sophisticated - and lethal - Agent 007 in a "thrilling, high-powered" showdown with an infamous drug lord who's determined to eliminate Bond and conquer the world!

Review: With more tounge-in-cheek innuendos and a less gritty portrayal, Live and Let Die introduces Roger Moore as the new James Bond, a role he takes in stride. The movie, as are many of Moore's films, lacks a certain edge that the Connery Bonds had. Still, Moore makes the character his own: a secret agent more likely to crack a one-liner than kill someone in cold blood. As for the movie, although it was the most realistic film to date, the racial undertones and stereotypes make it a bit awkward. Even Yaphet Kotto protested the way African-Americans were portrayed in the movie. Racial issues aside, the movie was pretty much non-stop action. There wasn't all that much character development although the idea of Kananga and Mr Big being the same person is very interesting. The highlight of the film was the speedboat chase through the Louisiana Bayou. This also introduced, for better or worse, Sheriff JW Pepper. Moore needs to settle into the character a bit more but it was not a bad performance for his first Bond movie
  • First appearance of Roger Moore as James Bond
  • First time Q does not appear at all (Peter Burton played Q in (Dr No)
  • First appearance of David Hedison as Felix Leiter (returns in Licence To Kill )
  • First psychic woman
  • First African American villain
  • First dealings with drugs
  • First time Bond smokes a cigar
  • First appearance of Clifton James (J.W. Pepper)
  • First time Bond uses an LED watch instead of analog
  • First time Bond drives a bus
  • First time there is a henchman with just one arm
  • First time Bond buys something in a shop (the cloth snake in the voodoo shop)
  • First time a plot has something to do with the supernatural (Voodoo)
  • First time Bond does not appear in the pre-title sequence
  • First henchman with a physical disability (Tee-Hee had a metal clawed arm)
  • First times a bond song is nominated for an academy award.
  • First time 007 goes to New York City
  • First time 007 goes to an urban ghetto (Harlem, New York City)
  • First time where a United Nations diplomat is killed in a Bond film
  • First time Bond uses a hang-glider
  • First time a relative of a former Bond assistant appears on screen (Quarrel Jr.)
  • First time 007 kisses a black woman
  • First appearance of Jane Seymour in any major film
  • First time that the Chevrolet Motor Division (General Motors) provided vehicles in a Bond film
  • First time Bond has a partner from the Italian Secret Service
  • First time 007 goes to New Orleans, Louisiana
  • First time a fictitious nation is mentioned in a Bond film (San Monique)
  • First appearance of a drug manufacturing facility (disguised as a crocodile farm)
  • First time 007's Walther PPK is damaged on screen
  • First time 007 uses a Smith and Wesson Model 29 revolver (.44 Magnum)
  • First time 007 throws gasoline on a villain
  • First time a boat crashes into a wedding cake
  • First time Bond does not wear a fedora hat in the gunbarrel sequence
  • First Bond film to feature a blaxploitation theme
  • First time sub-titles are used to denote scene's location
  • First time the teaser took place in two different countries
  • First time John Barry does not contribute to the score in any way
  • First time James Bond kills a snake
  • In early drafts of the script Solitare was Haitian and Rosie Carver was Caucasian.

  • Jane Seymore was only 20 years old when filming began. She celebrated her 21st birthday on set.

  • One of the speed boat chase's jumps set a world record.

  • Part of Roger Moore's contract stated unlimited hand rolled cigars.

  • Before Roger Moore even got to say his first line as 007, he had to be rushed to the hospital due to a kidney stone attack.
  • Whenever something went wrong during filming, at least one crew member would call out, "Send for Sean" as a joke.
  • Quarrel Jr. is supposed to be the son of Quarrel from Dr No.
  • Roger Moore uses a Smith and Wesson Model 29 when he is rescuing Solitaire near the end of the film. This is the same gun used by Dirty Harry. (.44 Magnum).
  • The first attempt at jumping the crocodiles had to be re-shot. Although they were all drugged, the last crocodile was a bit more alert than the rest and snapped at the stuntman and caught his shoe. After a couple of nerve wracking moments his shoe came loose, and he got away.
  • Kanaga is named after the real-life owner of the crocodile farm, who was also the stunt man who jumped along the crocodiles backs.
  • Ian Fleming's novel of Live and Let Die found Felix Leiter being maimed by sharks and Bond looking for revenge. This plot would be put on hold for 16 years until Licence To Kill  was released.
  • Yaphet Kotto (Kananga) and Julius W. Harris (Tee Hee) would later reappear in the blaxploitation film Friday Foster (1975) with Pam Grier.

 


Hang Glider Boat towed vehicle for silent invasion
  
       
       

Pimp Mobile :A white 1973 Cadillac ( New York license plate # 347 NDG)
s actually a Chevrolet Corvette fitted with the fiberglass molding of a Cadillac Eldorado - the vehicle was marketed as the "Corvorado" by Dunham Coach of Boonton, New Jersey. Other Dunham conversions featured in the film included a Cadillac Fleetwood and Eldorado (seen parked in front of the Fillet of Soul restaurant). Les Dunham stated that he kept possession of the Corvorado after the film was completed; it has been modified several times for appearances in other films and/or car shows. He claimed that the car was used in the film "Superfly" (1972). The license plate of the white "Pimp Mobile" was 347-NDG. The address on the registration of the vehicle was 33 E. 65th St., New York, NY 10021.

All cars were made by General Motors except for the van a car slams into which was a early '60s Ford Econoline Van.

Bleeker Scool Cessna
Bleeker Scool Cessna
Glastron speedboats in the Louisiana boat chase.
Glastron speedboats in the Louisiana boat chase.
Glastron GT150 1972 boats were used in filming of James Bond’s “Live and Let Die” 1973 and came direct from Glastron in Austin, Texas. 
Double-Decker Buss old style English double decker
Double-Decker Buss old style English double decker
James Bond Movie Live And Let Die 1973 A trip to the Jamaica Swamp Safari Village in Falmouth, 
Located in a natural mangrove habitat, Jamaica Swamp Safari is home to over 30 of the endangered American Crocodile, the also endangered Jamaican Boa Constrictor (Yellow Snake), and the once thought extinct Jamaican Coney.
http://www.jamaicaswampsafari.com
http://www.007museum.com/Live_and_Let_Die.htm
 

Albert is one of the oldest crocodile in Dr. Kananga's farm. In the past he bitten off Tee Hee's arm which replaced by a metal. When Bond escaped to the little island, he opened the gate and the aligators and crocodiles escaped frm the farm. His fate is unknown.
Albert is a crocodile who appears in Live and Let Die 

   
[LLD Characters]

Dawes

Played by: Unknown

Description: The first of three victims during the pre-title sequence, Dawes is the British UN advisor who is killed by a high frequency sound penetrating his brain.

Kananga/Mr. Big

Played by: Yaphett Kotto

Description: Kananga is the sinister foreign minister of San Monique. While he poses as a mild-mannered third world diplomat, Kananga is actually a megalomaniacal drug smuggler who is about to corner the North American heroin market.

Solitaire

Played by: Jane Seymour

Description: The mystical mistress of tarot cards and Kananga, Solitaire has the supernatural power of the obeah-the 'second sight.' After being tricked by Bond, Solitaire loses her power, falls in love with Bond and eventually helps him destroy Kananga and his drug empire.

Hamilton

Played by: Robert Dix

Description: Hamilton is a British agent on loan to the CIA who is assassinated in New Orleans during the pre-title sequence.

Hamilton's Killer

Played by: Unknown

Description: This man stabs Hamilton in New Orleans during the Jazz Funeral.

Baines

Played by: Dennis Edwards

Description: The final pre-title victim, Baines is killed by a snake bite on Kananga's island of San Monique. He and Bond shared the same bootmaker.

James Bond

Played by: Roger Moore

Description: With more tounge-in-cheek innuendos and a less gritty portrayal, Live and Let Die introduces Roger Moore as the new James Bond, a role he takes in stride. The movie, as are many of Moore's films, lacks a certain edge that the Connery Bonds had. Still, Moore makes the character his own: a secret agent more likely to crack a one-liner than kill someone in cold blood.

Miss Caruso

Played by: Madeline Smith

Description: A lovely Italian Secret Service agent, Miss Caruso is the buxom brunette hiding in James Bond's closet when M and Moneypenny pay 007 an early morning visit with mission instructions.
M  Bernard Lee in the first 11 Bondfilms

M

Played by: Bernard Lee

Description: M pays Bond an early morning visit to 007's flat to give him his instructions. Not aware of modern technology, M is amazed at the elaborate coffee machine and asks Bond, "is that all it does?'
Miss Moneypenny (Lois Maxwell) in the first 14 Bondfilms

Miss Moneypenny

Played by: Lois Maxwell

Description: Moneypenny follows M to Bond's flat and sees Miss Caruso sneaking out of Bond's bedroom to hide in the closet. She helps Bond hide Caruso when M goes to get his jacket and, before she leaves, Moneypenny jokes to Bond, "Caio bella."
[LLD Characters]

Bond's Driver

Played by: Unknown

Description: This man falls victim to Whisper's white pimpmobile when driving Bond around New York City. He is shot in the neck with a deadly dart and crashes the car he is driving.
Whisper with Champagne Bollinger

Whisper

Played by: Earl Jolly Brown

 

Whisper with Champagne Bollinger


Description: Whisper is an extremely soft-spoken, portly assassin employed by Kananga. The driver of the white pimpmobile, Whisper is incapacitated but never killed by Bond during the film's climax.

Felix Leiter

Played by: David Hedison

Description: In the first of his two appearances as Felix Leiter, David Hedison helps Bond both in New York City and New Orleans.

Shopkeeper

Played by: Kubi Chaza

Description: This woman is the clerk at the Oh Cult Voodoo Shop who is in cahoots with Kananga. She lets Kananga's henchmen know that Bond is following them to Harlem.

Cab Driver

Played by: Arnold Williams

Description: Bond gets a cab ride from this man both in New York City and in New Orleans. Both times the cabbie is working for Kananga.

Tee Hee

Played by: Julius Harris

Description: Tee Hee is Kananga's chuckling associate and right hand man. After losing his arm to a crocodile named Albert, Tee Hee has a mechanical claw in its place. He eventually loses a fight and his arm to Bond aboard a train at the end of the film.

Kananga's Henchman

Played by: Tommy Lane

Description: Tommy Lane plays a minor henchman who is almost always with Kananga in New York City and New Orleans.

Harold Strutter

Played by: Lon Satton

Description: Strutter is a resourceful CIA operative who follows Bond into Harlem and helps him escape from Kananga's assassins. He later meets the same fate as Hamilton, being killed by the New Orleans Jazz Funeral.

Baron Samedi

Played by: Geoffrey Holder

Description: One of Kananga's giant henchmen, Samedi is six feet, six inches of Voodoo lore. Samedi switches between being a henchman and a performer in San Monique.

Rosie Carver

Played by: Gloria Hendry

Description: An inept CIA liaison, Rosie Carver is Bond's contact in San Monique. In reality, Rosie's CIA cover is a sham; she's really working for Kananga. Rosie is eventually killed when she blunders into one of Kananga's jungle booby traps.

Quarrel Jr

Played by: Roy Stewart

Description: The son of Dr. No's Quarrel, Quarrel Jr. is Bond's boat driver when he is investigating San Monique. Quarrel Jr. later helps Bond plant explosives around the island.

Mrs. Bell

Played by: Ruth Kempf

Description: Mrs. Bell is the woman in Mr. Bleeker's plane when he steals it to escape from Kananga's men in the New Orleans airport.

Mr. Bleeker

Played by: Stephen Hendrickson

Description: Mr. Bleeker is the owner of the plane that Bond destroys while escaping from Kananga's henchmen.

Sherrif JW Pepper

Played by: Clifton James

Description: JW Pepper is a bumbling Louisiana lawman who is a caricature of the tough-talking Southern peace officer. Introduced as an outraged policeman, Pepper can't seem to halt the motorboat chase between Bond and Kananga's henchmen.

Billy Bob

Played by: Unknown

Description: Billy Bob is Sherrif JW Pepper's brother-in-law who owns the fastest boat in the bayou and who works for teh Staet Wildlife Department at Ranger Station.
East 94th Street and 2nd Avenue, Manhattan. Although the sign post clearly shows Lenox Avenue, it is in fact 2nd Avenue

Fillet of Soul’ and though the sign post on screen clearly shows Lenox Avenue, it is in fact 2nd Avenue at 94th Street. 117th and 118th Streets were used for the fight scenes which followed and that was the end of the New York scenes. A bit surprising perhaps that no other Bond films have been set in this major world city since.

 

Fillet of Soul, 2nd Avenue and East 94th Street, Manhattan.In the film, the location for the Fillet of Soul is Lenox Avenue and 124th Street in Harlem.


 

Oh Cult Voodoo Shop, 33 East 65th Street and Madison Avenue, Manhattan.

 ‘Oh Cult Voodoo Shop’ on 33 East 65th Street at 5th Avenue which is first seen after 18 minutes. . A couple of minutes later Bond is seen hailing a yellow cab outside the store and tails a lead in typical follow-that-car movie fashion to 

Oh Cult Voodoo Shop, 33 East 65th Street and Madison Avenue, Manhattan

Oh Cult Voodoo Shop, 33 East 65th Street and Madison Avenue, Manhattan

Oh Cult Voodoo Shop, 33 East 65th Street and Madison Avenue, Manhattan

Oh Cult Voodoo Shop, 33 East 65th Street and Madison Avenue, Manhattan
Today  Michael Dawkins

Oh Cult Voodoo Shop, 33 East 65th Street and Madison Avenue, Manhattan
Today  Michael Dawkins

http://onthesetofnewyork.com/liveandletdie.html

oh_cult_voodoo_today.jpg (649050 bytes)

Kananga is also in New York, visiting the United Nations . Just after Bond arrives, his driver is shot dead by a passing motorist, while taking Bond to meet Felix Leiter of the CIA. Bond is nearly killed in the ensuing car crash.

Live and let die, James  Bond movie 1973, todays oh cult voodoo shop in New York  

Mr James Bond from Sweden outside, todays oh cult voodoo shop in New York  Live And Let Die (1973) Roger Moore    James Bond movie 1973, 

 

  Live and Let Die film poster

I filmer och på bio http://visit.un.org/wcm/content/
United Nation New York


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- The Peacemaker

bond_cult_voodoo1.jpg (4014706 bytes) Bond in New York  visit Oh Cult Voodoo Shop, 33 East 65th Street and Madison Avenue, Manhattan. From Live And Let Die 1973 
  James Bond in New York  visit Oh Cult Voodoo Shop, 33 East 65th Street and Madison Avenue, Manhattan
From Bondmovie Live And Let Die 1973 

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James Bond in New York  visit United Nation, 3 United Nations Plaza, New York, NY 10017, USA
From Bondmovie Live And Let Die 1973 

 

 

See Glastron GT-150 in The James Bond 007 Museum.
Glastron GT-150  26 boats were used in filming of James Bond’s “Live and Let Die” 1973, and 17 was destroyed.
Glastron speedboats in the Louisiana boat chase.
  glastron_gt150.mp4
See Glastron 150-GT in The James Bond 007 Museum.
Glastron GT-150 1972 26 boats were used in filming of James Bond’s “Live and Let Die” 1973. 

 

Live and Let Die James Bond, Movie, 1973

65821947 AEC Regent III RT246 *** 573751973 Aermacchi Harley-Davidson 350 SS * 179181971 Cadillac Fleetwood 60 Special **
179241962 Cadillac Sedan DeVille * 179231969 Checker Marathon ** 176541973 Chevrolet Bel Air ***
179221973 Chevrolet C-10 ** 179211973 Chevrolet Chevelle Malibu ** 17906         Chevrolet Corvette 'Corvorado' ***
179151963 Chevrolet Impala ** 179201973 Chevrolet Impala **** 179051973 Chevrolet Nova ***
17896         Ford Econoline ** 25051967 Ford Galaxie * 10271969 Ford Galaxie *
179161972 Ford Galaxie ** 179171968 Leyland Mini Moke * 179251973 Lincoln Continental Mark IV *
178971927 Mack AB ** 57374        Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith * 178981970 Volkswagen 1300 [Typ 1] *

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