Barbara Bach

Highest Rated:
78% The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)
Lowest Rated:
20% Caveman (1981)
Birthday:
Aug 27
Birthplace:
Queens, New York, USA
Bio:
Sensuous leading lady Barbara Bach began her film career in Italy in 1972. Her first English-language film was Wolf Larsen, a 1975 version of Jack London's The Sea Wolf. She became a pin-up and fold-out "fave" after co-starring in the 1977 James Bond adventure The Spy Who Loved Me. Barbara Bach is…

Filmography


MOVIES   

Rating Title Credit Box Office Year
Champions of the World
  • Actor
-- 1995
23% Give My Regards to Broad Street
  • Director
  • Journalist
-- 1984
Princess Daisy
  • Actor
-- 1983
The Unseen
  • Jennifer Fast
-- 1981
20% Caveman
  • Lana
-- 1981
Up the Academy
  • Bliss
-- 1980
L'Umanoide
  • Lady Agatha
-- 1979
Il fiume del grande caimano (The Big Alligator River) (The Great Alligator)
  • Alice Brandt
-- 1979
L' Isola degli Uomini Pesce (The Island of the Fishmen) (Screamers) (Something Waits in the Dark)
  • Amanda Marvin
-- 1979
Jaguar Lives
  • Anna Thompson
-- 1979
64% Force 10 from Navarone
  • Martitza Petrovitch
-- 1978
78% The Spy Who Loved Me
  • Maj. Anya Amasova
-- 1977
The Mask of Alexander Cross
  • Actor
-- 1977
Stateline Motel
  • Actor
-- 1975
Il Lupo dei Mari (The Legend of Sea Wolf)
  • Actor
-- 1975
Il Cittadino si ribella (Street Law)
  • Barbara
-- 1974
La Tarantola dal Ventre Nero (Black Belly of the Tarantula)
  • Jenny
-- 1972
La Corta notte delle bambole di vetro (Short Night of the Glass Dolls)
  • Actor
-- 1971
A Few Hours Of Sunlight
  • Elvire
-- 1971
Peu de Soleil Dans L'eau Froide
  • Actor
-- 1971

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Quotes from Barbara Bach's Characters

    1. James Bond: How did you know to do that?
    2. Maj. Anya Amasova: I stole the blueprint to this car two years ago.
    From The Spy Who Loved Me. Submitted by George P (9 months ago)
    1. Maj. Anya Amasova: [on the boat to Cairo, nighttime] It's getting cold.
    2. James Bond: Is there anything I can do to warm you up?
    3. Maj. Anya Amasova: You don't have to worry about me, Mr. Bond. I went on a survival course in Siberia.
    4. James Bond: Yes, I believe a great number of your countrymen do. What did they teach you?
    5. Maj. Anya Amasova: That it is very important to have a positive mental attitude.
    6. James Bond: Nothing more practical than that?
    7. Maj. Anya Amasova: Food is also very important.
    8. James Bond: Mhm. What else?
    9. Maj. Anya Amasova: When necessary, shared bodily warmth.
    10. James Bond: That's the part I like.
    From The Spy Who Loved Me. Submitted by Joakim A (19 months ago)
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