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Film memorabilia event at the Mountbatten Centre. Ross Lamb 35 with Richard Kiel - Jaws from James Bond''Picture: Paul Jacobs  (131422-3)
Film memorabilia event at the Mountbatten Centre. Ross Lamb 35 with Richard Kiel - Jaws from James Bond''Picture: Paul Jacobs (131422-3)
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HUNDREDS of film fans queued up for the chance to meet one of James Bond’s most fearless enemies.

Richard Kiel, the actor who played Bond baddie Jaws, visited the city as part of a film memorabilia event at the Mountbatten Centre today.

Visitors to the centre had their photographs taken with the man, who is a lofty 7ft 2ins tall, and he signed autographs.

Ross Lamb, 35, of Bickton Walk in Havant, had his head crushed by the Bond villain’s grip – but fortunately it was just a pose for a photograph.

Ross said: ‘I really enjoyed meeting him, he is one of my favourite Bond villains.’

Click here to see video of former Bond girls Blanche Ravalec and Caroline Munro, who were also there to greet fans.

To read The News’ interview with Richard Kiel, click here.