A View to a Kill

(00)7 Times When Roger Moore’s Bond Came Ill-Prepared in Loafers

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Roger Moore's James Bond is known for his penchant for loafers, whether they're penny loafers, bit loafers or tassel loafers. Whi...

Bond Wardrobe Review 14: A View to a Kill (1985)

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A View to a Kill is not only Roger Moore's final Bond film, it also completes a trilogy. It's the third and final of Moore's 1980s Bond films, the third and final of Moore's Bond films directed by John Glen and the third and final of Moore's Bond films tailored by Doug Hayward.

James Bond’s Rare Button-Down Shirts

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James Bond has dabbled with button-down shirts on only a handful of occasions, so the shirt is not a particularly Bondian sty...

A Japanese-American Robe at the Spa in A View to a Kill

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After drying off at the spa in San Francisco's Japantown in A View to a Kill, James Bond dons a Japanese-esque robe. It is the la...

Max Zorin’s Grey Power Suits in A View to a Kill

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The complete power suit outfit could not have been a better choice for a 1980s James Bond villain. It is the perfect look for a m...

Roger Moore in Jeans! Cut from A View to a Kill

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In a scene deleted from A View to a Kill near the Chevron Richmond Refinery dock in the San Francisco bay, fisherman in boats are...

Does James St John Smythe Dress Like James Bond?

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Of all the people James Bond pretends to be, he most gets into character as Sir Hilary Bray in On Her Majesty's Secret Servic...

Roger Moore’s Trilby Hats in the 1980s Bond Films

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In the 1980s James Bond returned to his roots after over a decade of more fantastic stories. Roger Moore left behind his flas...