10. April 2014 05:06
One of the few comedy bits that actually worked in this whole ceremony is this clip which shows Sean Connery and Michael Caine, laughing as if nobody's watching. Caine tries to give the acceptance speech he couldn't make in 1987, and Roger Moore shows up to debate who's the real James Bond. Moore also has a beard, leading to David Puttnam confusion. It's almost disappointing when they have to stop and present Best Supporting Actor.
This is from an off-air recording of its broadcast on BBC2 on the 30th March 1989. Transmission problems mean the recording has plenty of ghosting, and is kind of green. Thanks to "Squidy" for the upload.
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