So, if I may recommend.
Like, there were two Bond movies in 1983. There was the merely okay official one, 'Octopussy', and then there was the unofficial one, 'Never Say Never Again.' That one was the banger. I mean, it was unofficial, so they couldn't use the Bond theme or much Bond stuff, but they got Sean Connery back. It was the good version of 'Thunderball' that hadn't existed before. Klaus-Maria Brandauer played the bad guy, and the Bond girl in this instance was Kim Basinger. It was a heck of a flick.
...Pat Roach has a minor role as a SPECTRE thug. He punches Bond a couple times, thereby helping to establish his weird niche as "the guy who punches the hero". He'd already punched Indy in 'Raiders'. He'd do it again in 'Temple of Doom'. Then he punched Madmartigan in 'Willow', and then he punched Indy on the panzer in 'Last Crusade', only that scene got left on the cutting room floor. Also you can hear him yelling like a lunatic in the background during the Celt attack in 'Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves'-----presumably there just wasn't time to have him punch Kevin Costner's version of Robin Hood, awesome as that would have been. Good old Pat Roach, man. He was a real puncher of good guys. RIP.
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