PG | | Action, Adventure, Thriller
James Bond investigates the hijacking of British and Russian submarines carrying nuclear warheads, with the help of a K.G.B. Agent, whose lover he killed.
The Lotus submarine car was code-named Esther Williams in an early draft of the script, and was also nicknamed by the crew as "Wet Nellie" (after the mini-helicopter in You Only Live Twice (1967)), which is the name used in the novelization. This car was an empty shell of a car that was ... ...
HMS Ranger Navigator:
Captain wants to keep 500 feet.
Young officer, HMS Ranger: Maneuvering, Control. Come in shallow to 500 feet.
Young officer, HMS Ranger: Keep 500 feet
HMS Ranger crewman: Keep 500 feet, sir.
When the Wet Nellie is underwater, the license plates on the front and rear are different colors. However, the majority of UK cars have a white front plate and a yellow rear plate.
First opening credit sequence to incorporate specially shot footage of the actor playing James Bond (in this case, Roger Moore).
The 1992 RCA Videodisc version of the film fades before the credits end, omitting the title card that tells us that Bond will return in "For Your Eyes Only".
Music by Paul Buckmaster
English, Italian, Arabic
$1,347,927 (USA) (17 July 1977)
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