PG | | Action, Adventure, Thriller
007 is sent to stop a diabolically brilliant heroin magnate armed with a complex organization and a reliable psychic tarot card reader.
Tom Mankiewicz originally wrote the main Bond girl to be African-American (with an eye on Diana Ross for the part) but one of the producers told him it couldn't be done, on account of some of their markets (primarily Japan and South Africa) banning all films with ... ...
... was so ably pointed out by the Secretary General in his opening remarks. But - and I must emphasize this point - no formula can or will ever cover each case. For instance...
During the fight scene on the train between Bond and Tee-Hee the train car window breaks. Yet after Tee-Hee's ejected, Bond raises the window and the glass is intact.
However, the window that breaks is a narrower one near the opening to the bathroom. The wider window does not break. Both windows can be seen briefly after Tee-Hee breaks the ladder.
The End of Live and Let Die James Bond will return in The Man with the Golden Gun
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