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He was a good looking guy back then!
It's introduced by Michael Wilson so I assume this was included on one of the DVDs or Blu-rays?
Pretty sure it appears on Live and Let Die as a special feature.
It was always meant to be
My favorite thing about this has always been that they were able to call him James Bond in it. If he’d just been a general spy it’s nowhere near as interesting.
The only time Bond didn't order his famous drink and went for whiskey instead
The guy's chair he steals is maybe the worst stuntman I've ever seen. He falls then does an action roll over the balcony.
I think that's part of the joke. I'm watching it now and finding that the most hilarious thing in the sketch.
It's obviously part of the joke. I can't believe you actually thought it was a genuine attempt at looking convincing.
I understand that the stunt was played for comedy, you twit. His execution was just high school media class tier.
That's the point. The point is that it's a deliberately bad execution... It seems absurd that you could accuse an actor of being bad at acting bad for comedy's sake. Do you not see the faulty logic of your assertion?
There is good physical comedy and there is bad physical comedy. This falls under the bad category for me. Understand now? People interpret things differently.
Apologies to your parents for creating such a useless fucking dolt. I'm sure they had high hopes.
And I'm sure yours are so proud.