Who did the skiing in The Spy Who Loved Me?

Rick Sylvester (born April 3, 1942) is an American climber and former stuntman, most famous for his BASE jumping using skis and a Union Jack parachute from Mount Asgard in Canada for the James Bond movie The Spy Who Loved Me in July 1976.
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Who was the skier in James Bond?

Bond (Roger Moore) skis down the mountain pursued by assassins on motorbikes in For Your Eyes Only. Filmed in Cortina, Italy, the motorbikes' wheels were fitted with special spike-laden tires to ensure they could grip the snowy ground while traveling at 50mph.
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Can Roger Moore ski?

However, when it comes to the ability to ski, it's hardly essential; thanks to stuntmen like Sylvester. However, Roger Moore was indeed a keen skier and he spent a lot of his free time enjoying the sport.
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Where was The Spy Who Loved Me ski scene filmed?

The spectacular opening ski jump, supposedly at 'Berngarten, Austria', was filmed on the 3,000-feet Asgard Peak, 50 miles from the town of Pangnirtung, in Auyuittuq National Park on the east coast of Baffin Island, Nunavut, Canada.
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Who was the girl in the helicopter in The Spy Who Loved Me?

Caroline Munro played the glamorous but ill-fated helicopter pilot Naomi in the Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me, who seductively winks at Bond while trying to gun him down from her helicopter.
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Who was the Lambs Navy Rum girl?

Caroline Munro is an actress and model who found fame as the wetsuit-clad “Lamb's Navy Rum girl” in an advertising campaign in the 1970s.
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Was Caroline Munro dubbed in The Spy Who Loved Me?

Caroline Munro was dubbed by Barbara Jefford.
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Who was the best James Bond?

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Where was the ski scene filmed in For Your Eyes Only?

In For Your Eyes Only, the big ski scene was shot in Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy, in the Alps — but in 1980–81, when filming took place, there was no snow in that region. The powder on the town's streets was trucked in from elsewhere.
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Why does James Bond ski so much?

Bond's love of snow sports is thought to mirror that of his creator. Ian Fleming spent his early adulthood in the late 1920's living in the now famous Austrian ski resort of Kitzbühel. This was in the infant days of commercial skiing with Kitzbühel being one of the first Austrian resorts to embrace the sport.
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Where was the James Bond ski scene filmed?

One of the highest mountain roads in the Alps, a mountain lift station that looks like curved ribs of steel and a design restaurant in the shape of a giant ice cube: the ski resort of Sölden in the Ötztal valley of Tirol, Austria, provided a complete mix of everything they needed for one of the main action scenes in ...
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Did Pierce Brosnan ski in the world is not enough?

Brosnan did not know how to ski, so he mimicked his ski scenes with short poles while riding on the back of a moving Ski-doo snowmobile. This movie's story was inspired by a segment in the November 13, 1997 episode of ABC News Nightline (1980) featuring Daniel Yergin.
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What is Hosein offer Bond?

Hosein helps Bond locate the men behind the sale of megalomaniac Karl Stromberg submarine tracking system technology. He advises Bond to contact businessman Aziz Fekkesh and then businessman Max Kalba. Bond then stays for the night after being suggestively given a rosé by one of Hosein's wives.
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Did Stromberg have webbed hands?

He has a congenital condition in which his hands are webbed like those of aquatic birds or mammals. It is his personal mission to start over with a new civilisation underwater via complete anarchy against the "surface world".
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Who narrates pyramid scene Spy Who Loved Me?

There are few things different, but one cool thing is Sir Anthony Hopkins' voice. He's a great narrator, so it added more magic to the whole experience. Seeing the Pyramids & Sphinx at night is quite different that during the day.
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Where is Lambs Navy Rum made?

Lamb's rum is a very good value for money Navy rum made with rums from Trinidad and Tobago and Guyana.
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What ski resort is in Spectre?

Hotel Bergland: Home of James Bond. Sölden and James Bond – the most glamorous winter hotspot in the Alps and the world's most famous secret agent are a match made in heaven. Many of the spectacular action scenes in the blockbuster "Spectre" were filmed in 2015 in the mountains around Sölden.
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Where is the ski lift in Spectre?

Gaislachkogl gondola

The state-of-the-art middle station of Gaislachkogl Mountain Gondola has become a part of the action movie as well. A couple of film scenes took place in the triple rope gondola on its way up to the peak.
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Where was the ski scene in The World Is Not Enough filmed?

This sequence from The World Is Not Enough (1999) was filmed in Chamonix, France.
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Who did the skiing in the world is not enough?

Vic Armstrong, former stunt man and Action Unit director for the new James Bond film The World Is Not Enough, faced a dilemma before filming started last winter in Chamonix, France.
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Is skiing a sport?

Skiing is a recreational activity as well as a competitive sport. The skier attaches long skis, also called runners to specially designed boots and uses them to travel on top of snow. Many types of competitive skiing events are recognized by the International Olympic Committee, and the International Ski Federation.
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