Date of Release World Premiere 24th June 1981, Odeon Leicester Square, London

Running Time 127 minutes

James Bond Roger Moore

Plot
When a British spy ship using the Automatic Targeting Attack Communicator is sunk accidentally by a WWII mine off the coast of Albania, agent oo7 races against time to stop the ATAC falling into the hands of Russian agents.

Bond’s Women

  • Melina Havelock (Carole Bouquet)
  • ‘Countess’ Lisl Baum (Cassandra Harris)
  • Bibi Dahl (Lynn-Holly Johnson)

Bond’s Enemies

  • Aristotle Kristatos (Julian Glover)
  • Eric Kreigler (John Wyman)
  • Emile Leopold Locque (Michael Gothard)
  • Hector Gonzales (Stephen Kalipha)
  • Claus (Charles Dance)
  • Apositis (Jack Klaff)
  • General Anatol Gogol (Walter Gotell)
  • Bald-headed man with white cat [Blofeld in all but name] (John Holliss – uncredited)

Bond’s Allies

  • Milos Columbo (Topol)
  • Ferrara (John Moreno)
  • Jacoba Brink (Jill Bennett)
  • Bill Tanner (James Villiers)
  • Sir Timothy Havelock (Tim Hedley)
  • Frederick Gray (Geoffrey Keen)
  • Miss Moneypenny (Lois Maxwell)
  • ‘Q’ (Desmond Llewelyn)

Bond’s Car

  • Lotus Esprit Turbo (white)
  • Lotus Esprit Turbo (bronze)
  • Citroen 2 CV

Bond’s Gadget Seiko Digital radio watch

Main Title Music

  • ‘For Your Eyes Only’ sung by Sheena Easton
  • [the only singer to appear in the opening credit titles to date]

End Title Music

  • ‘For Your Eyes Only’ sung by Sheena Easton

Music Score Bill Conti

Production Design Peter Lamont

Main Titles Designer Maurice Binder

Screenplay Richard Maibaum & Michael G. Wilson

Editor John Grover

Director of Photography Alan Hume

Director John Glen

Producer Albert R. Broccoli

Filming Locations

  • Pinewood Studios, London, England
  • Achillion, Corfu, Greece (Casino Scene)
  • Bahamas (underwater scenes)
  • Bouas-Danilia Village, Corfu, Greece
  • (Greek Wedding scene)
  • Cortina d’Ampezzo, Belluno, Veneto, Italy
  • Greece
  • Meteora, Greece

Budget $28 million

Worldwide Box Office $194.9 million