• Directed by John Glen
  • Starring Timothy Dalton, Robert Davi, Carey Lowell
  • 1989 | 133mins | UK | (15)

On Saturday 28th May, we welcome Stunt Coordinator PAUL WESTON to our screen for a post-film Q&A moderated by Jon Auty in conjunction with the ‘Really007’ podcast.

Paul Weston is one of the world's very best stunt professionals.

He started his career back in the 1960s on television shows like The Saint, Danger Man and The Avengers where he doubled Patrick MacNee as Steed.

On the big screen he has been responsible for the action on many box office favourites including Aliens, Robin Hood: Prince Of Thieves, Daylight, Dragonheart and Spies Like Us. Not to mention both of the Timothy Dalton James Bond adventures, The Living Daylights and Licence To Kill. As a stuntman he's taken part in 4 other James Bond films. The Spy Who Loved Me 1977, Moonraker 1979, For YourEyes Only 1981 and Octopussy 1983.

Not only working as stunt coordinator he also doubled Timothy on a few occasions during filming of Licence To Kill, these moments included the scene where Bond hangs onto a seaplane as it takes off and the scene where he escapes from Ernest Hemingway's house in the Florida Keys.

All of this plus the remarkable fire stunt at the end of the film - Licence To Kill is not only a wonderful James Bond adventure it's also a great example of action at its very best. All thanks to stuntman Paul Weston.


James Bond adventure in which 007 relinquishes his licence to kill, disobeys his orders and goes on a mission of revenge when his best friend's wife is killed by a drug baron. A beautiful CIA pilot flies him to Sanchez's South American headquarters where, disguised as a hit man, Bond is hired by the villainous drug dealer.