Contributed by: The Complete James Bond Movie Encyclopedia by Steven Jay Rubin

Disgruntled San Francisco Bay crab fisherman, portrayed by Bill Ackridge, in A View to a Kill. O’Rourke tells Bond (ROGER MOORE), who’s posing as a reporter for the London Financial Times, that Max Zorin‘s (CHRISTOPHER WALKEN) oil-pumping station is responsible for ruining one of the best crab patches in the bay.

“What happened to the crabs?” Bond asks. “They just disappeared,” O’Rourke replies. What Bond doesn’t know is that Zorin’s station is pumping seawater into the unstable Hayward earthquake fault—the first stage of Zorin’s Project Main Strike, a plan to destroy Silicon Valley, California.


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