Male Bonding

Live and Let Die (1973)

Episode #9

United Artists released Live and Let Die to theaters on June 27, 1973. Guy Hamilton directed the film starring Roger Moore, Yaphet Kotto, and Jane Seymour.

‘Live and Let Die’ Plot Synopsis

After someone kills several British agents, James Bond heads to New Orleans to investigate the mysterious deaths. He learns of a man named Mr. Big who who’s into making heroin with his pals. Along Bond’s journey he runs afoul of Tee Hee, who has a claw for a hand; Baron Samedi, the voodoo master; and Solitaire, a tarot card reader. As Bond races against the clock, he finds Sheriff Pepper there with a helpful hand deep in the Blue Bayou.

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United Artists released Live and Let Die to theaters on June 27, 1973. Guy Hamilton directs the film which stars Roger Moore, Yaphet Kotto, and Jane Seymour.

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