PG | | Action, Adventure, Thriller
A S.P.E.C.T.R.E. Agent has stolen two American nuclear warheads, and James Bond must find their targets before they are detonated.
Wendy Leech, who has a minor role in this movie as a hostage, is the daughter of stuntman George Leech, who played a S.P.E.C.T.R.E. "Disco Volante" vessel crewman and henchman in Thunderball (1965).
Nigel Small-Fawcett. British Embassy. Nassau.
James Bond: How do you do, Nigel?
Small-Fawcett: Sorry I'm late. But, as you're one of these undercover johnnies, I took the precaution of not being followed.
James Bond: And that's why you shouted my name across the harbor.
Small-Fawcett: Oh, God! Did I? ...
When Fatima skis into him in the bar, Bond is drinking a martini in a martini glass. After some dialogue, in which he refers to the martini, he is drinking a smaller golden drink in a different glass.
Network TV (US and UK) version omits final few seconds of death of Lippe. In the theatrical release, Bond throws a urine sample in Lippe's face, who staggers backwards into a cupboard full of beakers, then falls face down, dead, with several glass beakers embedded in his back. This last fall is not shown in the TV version, leaving Lippe dead for no apparent reason.
English, French, Spanish, Arabic
$10,958,157 (USA) (10 October 1983)
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