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.
The W80 nuclear warhead is 31.4 inches (eighty centimeters) long, 11.8 inches (thirty centimeters) wide, and weighs two hundred ninety pounds (131.5 kilograms). It has a variable yield, which is set before launch, between five and one hundred fifty kilotons.
Vodka on the rocks, please.
The subterranean location where Largo is going to hide the second bomb is supposed to be along the Mediterranean shores in North Africa and in an area rich of oilfields, however the map Bond examines on the submarine with the "tears of Allah" silhouette shows a section of the Eritrean costs of the Red Sea and there are no oilfields in Eritrea.
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 10 October 1983
Take a look ahead at some of our most anticipated superhero movies coming in 2021 and beyond.