|Jaws, played by Richard Kiel.|
Jaws: The Best James Bond Nemesis
|Jaws with Dolly as the space station is about to blow.|
Ian Fleming had a henchman in his novel "The Spy Who Loved Me" named Horror. Horror has steel-capped teeth. The steel teeth were the defining aspect of his character (aside from his massive size), and Richard Kiel as Jaws wore steel dentures while playing the character. Jaws almost perished at the end of "The Spy Who Loved Me," but he was so popular that he survived to appear in the next film, "Moonraker."
|Jaws cutting a cable car line - his way|
The Spy Who Loved Me
|Jaws about to get a taste of James Bond.|
|Jaws during the fight on the cable car high above Rio de Janeiro.|
James Bond Jr.
|Jaws in "James Bond Jr."|
Jaws has a metallic chin as well as teeth in James Bond Jr. and speaks regularly.
|Jaws in "GoldenEye 007."|
|Jaws in GoldenEye 007.|
007: Everything or Nothing at All
|Jaws in video game 007: Everything or Nothing at All.|
|Jaws in 2010 video game "007 Legends Reloaded."|
James Bond 007: The Duel
Jaws appeared in the 1993 Sega Mega Drive/Genesis game James Bond 007: The Duel. He appears first toward the end of the first stage.
Jaws then appeared at the end of the game in the underground lair as the big boss.
Richard Kiel's PassingRichard Kiel passed away on 10 September 2014. I wrote up a brief memorial for him here.
RIP Richard. A true legend.