21. June 2013 06:13
In a year that saw not one, but two new James Bond movies (Octopussy and Never Say Never Again) it should come as no surprise that Siskel & Ebert devoted a whole episode of "At the Movies" to James Bond 007. Recorded on October 27th 1983 and broadcast that November, they agreed that Sean Connery was the best James Bond, but where Gene Siskel favored Maud Adams, Roger Ebert argued Ursula Andress was the best Bond Girl. The discussion was lively and entertaining.
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[source: an original betamax recording from the archives of Ray Glasser]