Male Bonding

Octopussy (1983)

Episode #15

United Artists released Octopussy to theaters on June 10, 1983. John Glen directed the film starring Roger Moore, Maud Adams, and Louis Jourdan.

‘Octopussy’ Plot Synopsis

In Octopussy, James Bond investigates the murder of another agent found clutching a priceless Fabergé egg at the time of his death. Clues lead Bond to the mysterious Octopussy—who runs a traveling circus with many beautiful and athletic women. Bond and Octopussy will of course have sex, but not before Bond discovers that the evil Kamal Khan is working with a mad Russian General who plans to detonate an atomic bomb over a U.S. Air Force Base. As Bond races against the clock, his mission takes him through the streets of India, a deadly brawl atop a speeding train, and a mid-air knife fight on an airplane wing while in the air.

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United Artists released Octopussy to theaters on June 10, 1983. John Glen directed the film starring Roger Moore, Maud Adams, and Louis Jourdan.

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