Tag: Julie Harris

Terence Cooper’s Stylish Hayward Suits in Casino Royale (1967)

The 1967 spoof adaptation of Casino Royale is a mess of a film, but it’s a brilliantly creative success in two areas: Burt Ba...

Bond Wardrobe Review 8: Live and Let Die (1973)

Drinking bourbon instead of a vodka martini and smoking cigars instead of cigarettes famously differentiated Roger Moore’s first appearance as James Bond in Live and Let Die from his that of his two predecessors, but his sartorial style was different from the previous Bonds’ styles as well.

Felix Leiter’s 1970s Checked Suit in Live and Let Die

Live and Let Die introduced the third actor to play James Bond, Roger Moore, and the fifth actor to play Felix Leiter, David ...

Adam’s Checked Jacket and Roll Neck in Live and Let Die

Live and Let Die has some of the most exciting costume design of the series thanks to costume designer Julie Harris. Henchman...

Dr. Kananga’s Tan Suit in Live and Let Die

Live and Let Die's villain Dr. Kananga may not be into flashy 1970s trends as much as his alter ego Mr. Big, but even as hims...

Evelyn Tremble: A Bondian Grey Flannel Suit in Casino Royale

After Evelyn Tremble, Peter Sellers' character in the 1967 James Bond spoof Casino Royale, is given the name "James Bond", he ...

Sir James Bond’s Double-Breasted Victorian Morning Suit in Casino Royale (1967)

The most flamboyant and ridiculous film directly related to James Bond was released in 1967 and took the title of Ian Fleming'...

Orson Welles’ Le Chiffre in the 1967 Casino Royale

Orson Welles plays Le Chiffre in the 1967 James Bond spoof Casino Royale wearing an outfit fitting for a colourful villain. We...