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Episode 160 – James Bond – Roger Moore

Join us as we venture into the 70s and 80s in Bond films with Roger Moore’s snarky, snobbish take on the famous (and infamous) spy.

Join us as we venture into the 70s and 80s in Bond films with Roger Moore’s snarky, snobbish take on the famous (and infamous) spy. We’re talking about the Cold War, race relations, and changing concepts of desirable femininity as we make our way through some serious ups and downs in the quality department.

Some Sources You Might Find Interesting:

Licence to Thrill: A Cultural History of the James Bond Films by James Chapman

The Anglo-American Connection: Examining the Intersection of Nationality with Class, Gender, and Race in the James Bond Films by Lisa Funnell and Klaus Dodds

Blackness and the Politics of Memory in the New Orleans Second Line by Helen A. Regi

sThe Politics of James Bond by Jeremy Black

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