The British James Bond director Lewis Gilbert (“The spy who loved me”) is at the age of 97 years died, so have the 007 producers Michael G. Wilson and Barbara Broccoli yesterday on the official website of the series communicated.
“Deeply saddened we hear the death of our dear friend Lewis Gilbert”, sounds in the communication. Gilbert was a “true gentleman”, that a “huge contribution” to the British film industry has produced. His 007 Movies are “classics in the series”.
Gilbert directed three Bond films, including “You live only twice” (1967) with Sean Connery and “Moonraker” (1977) with Roger Moore. To his great successes is also the classic, “Alfie” (1966) with Michael Caine in the lead role.