Despite only making one film appearance as James Bond, George Lazenby’s 1969 outing is a memorable one.
Regarded by many to be the best Bond film, “On Her Majesty’s Secret Service” has it all – Diana Rigg, Joanna Lumley, Anouska Hempel, Verner Panton lighting, a mountain-top lair, a Christmas song, a beautifully poignant love song by Satch, and arguably the best John Barry soundtrack ever.
Appearing in the final James Bond film of the 1960s, Lazenby got a mixed response at the time (one critic of Lazenby’s wrote that they should have have shot James and let Emma Peel live to continue as Bond, Tracy Bond) but the film has stood the test of time and endures as a classic.
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