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Diamonds Forever

James Bond – Diamantenfieber (Originaltitel: Diamonds Are Forever) ist der siebte Film der von Eon Productions Ltd. produzierten James-Bond-Reihe. James Bond erhält endlich Rache für den Mord an seiner Frau und glaubt Blofeld im Moor versunken. Sein nächster Auftrag führt ihn zu einem Ring Diamantenschmuggler. Um diese zu enttarnen, schlüpft er in die Rolle eines Schmugglers und muss eine. Bisher besaß ich den Score von John Barry zu "Diamonds are forever" als Original-Platte von Umso mehr erstaunt war ich, als ich die remasterte CD bekam.

This is addressed when Bond meets her "Weren't you a blonde when I came in? Instead of building their own oil rig, the production team hired a semi-portable one for forty thousand dollars a day, customized it, and then towed it to a location off the Southern California coast.

This partly explains why the bulk of this film is set in the U. Many of the James Bond movies have been known to have cast and crew participate in some high-stakes gambling.

Shooting this movie in the Vegas casinos, however, was only permitted from the hours of a. Strangely, the name "Las Vegas" is never spoken in this movie.

Sir Paul McCartney was the first choice to write the title song for this Bond movie, but this did not happen until Live and Let Die The name S.

After this movie, writer Kevin McClory 's legal claim against the Ian Fleming estate that he, and not Fleming, had created the organization for the novel "Thunderball" was upheld by the courts.

Lois Maxwell Miss Moneypenny wears a hat in her only scene to hide the fact that she had dyed her hair. Desmond Llewelyn confessed that the RPM controller that Q uses to cheat at slot machines was the one gadget he wished actually worked.

In this movie, Plenty O'Toole tries and fails to sleep with James Bond, only to end up losing her clothes and being thrown out of a window wearing nothing but her underwear and high heels for her trouble.

The laser satellite's reflector is actually the collapsible reflector from an old-fashioned camera flash-bulb attachment.

Due to the height difference, Lana Wood had to stand on a box for most of her scenes with Sir Sean Connery.

This proved to be problematic for the scene where Connery had to strip Lana out of her dress, and down to her underwear, because a body double would not have worked for obvious reasons.

Ultimately, Lana was given extra high heels to wear in that scene. Tiffany, being the first American Bond Girl, is argumentative, abrasive, loud, and brash when compared to previous Bond girls who were more demure.

She was a stereotypical commentary on American women, apparently. The outdoor elevator scenes were shot at the now demolished Landmark casino.

Upon release, this movie broke Hollywood's three-day gross record. The alleyway car roll sequence was filmed in two locations.

It was filmed over a three-day period. Tiffany's house belonged to Kirk Douglas. For the deleted scene where Plenty O'Toole, soaking wet and wearing a white towel, returns to Bond's hotel room after being tossed in the pool in the hopes of retrieving her clothes, and to see if Bond is alright, Lana Wood was not wearing anything under the towel and she was genuinely cold.

John had originally been offered the part of Plenty O'Toole, but landed the lead after impressing Director Guy Hamilton during screentests.

She became the first American Bond Girl. Originally, this had been planned as a revenge movie, and Richard Maibaum 's original treatment for the script had Bond mourning his dead wife Tracy and vowing revenge on Blofeld.

However, with George Lazenby 's departure from the role, the script was completely re-written, and there is no mention of Tracy and of her death deeply affecting Bond.

Robinson taught Sir Sean Connery judo for You Only Live Twice , and accidentally pulled off Connery's hairpiece during one take of the elevator fight.

Final Bond movie in which he is seen wearing a hat during the gun-barrel sequence. When Sir Roger Moore took over the role in Live and Let Die , the sequence was filmed with Moore without wearing a hat, a tradition that continued with every subsequent Bond movie.

Though it was made later in the film franchise, "Diamonds Are Forever" was only the fourth novel published, making it the first of the six Bond novels adapted with Connery.

It was originally revealed that Blofeld survived the end of the movie, and the filmmakers were planning on bringing him back for one last outing in the next movie, but the legal controversy made that impossible.

Given all of the business with caskets, cremation, et cetera, it's interesting to note that producer Albert R. The distinctive Landmark Hotel can be seen briefly in the background of the Las Vegas gas station scene.

It is the tower with saucer-shaped upper section visible behind Tiffany Case as she delivers the "Forget it, Curly.

The Landmark was built in , didn't open until and was imploded in to allow for an expansion of the adjacent Las Vegas Convention Center parking lot.

Screenwriter Tom Mankiewicz later estimated the novel provided around forty-five minutes of the movie's final running time. Bruce Glover said he was surprised at having been cast, because at first the producers said he was too normal, and that they wanted a deformed, Peter Lorre -like actor.

Despite being the main henchmen of the movie, Mr. Wint and Mr. Kidd never share a scene with Blofeld. Musician Paul Williams was originally cast as Mr.

However, when he couldn't agree with the producers on money concerns, Bruce Glover replaced him. Wint originally killed Dr.

Tynan by shoving the scorpion into his mouth. The machine that Bond encounters in the oil pipeline looks like a robotic torture device is a Smart PIG Pipeline Inspection Gauge and is actually used to check the integrity of pipelines and also that they are free of blockages.

This movie boasts the most number of aliases used by James Bond. These were as Peter Franks, as Mr. Jones and Tiffany Case as Mrs.

During location filming, Ken Adam visited several funeral homes in the Las Vegas area. The inspiration behind the gaudy design of the Slumber mortuary the use of tasteless Art Deco furniture and Tiffany lamps came from these experiences.

Miss Moneypenny was almost re-cast for this movie, as Lois Maxwell 's agent held out for more money.

Maxwell was disgruntled that several days working on each Bond movie disrupted her career. The Willard Whyte kidnapping plot was based on a dream of producer Albert R.

He had known Howard Hughes in Hollywood, and dreamt he was going to meet his old friend in Las Vegas, but when he entered Hughes' room, it was occupied by an impostor.

Hughes was flattered and allowed EON Productions to film inside his casinos, and at his other properties.

His fee was reputed to be one 16mm print of this movie. Presumably, Bond would kill her in revenge for Tracy's death.

In one scene, Q makes a passing reference to having grandchildren. The spin-off cartoon series James Bond, Jr.

Lois Maxwell dyed her hair black for Endless Night As a result, she wears a hat as part of her disguise as a customs officer.

Producer Harry Saltzman was said to strongly dislike the movie's theme song, believing its lyrics to be suggestive, and largely a double entendre regarding the penis.

The theme song was used at the insistence of producer Albert R. This movie is the fourth most watched movie to be broadcast on British television when it was shown on ITV on March 15, It attracted A deleted scene shows how Mr.

Kidd killed Shady Tree, with a water pistol that turns out to be real. When this movie aired on ABC, the network had the scene where Lana Wood walked around wearing nothing but a flimsy pair of see-through pink panties artificially altered, to make it appear as though she was wearing a black bra with black panties.

Bond is correct when he describes Mouton Rothschild as a claret. It was officially elevated to that status in , the year before this movie was released.

A real sommelier would have known that. The fact that Mr. Wint didn't exposed him to Bond as a fraud.

Kidd after a Thelonious Monk Band show. There is a jewelery shop in London named after Wint and Kidd. This is the one of a few James Bond movies that does not feature champagne.

Bond mentions solera in relation to sherry. Solera is a method of aging and blending wines in barrels. The year that Bond says was the original vintage on which the sherry was based was '51, not , but The brand of wine served at the end of the movie was a Mouton Rothschild '55, a claret.

Final theatrical movie of Bruce Cabot. Saxby was named after producer Albert R. This is the only instance to date that a leading James Bond villain has been seen in drag in Thunderball 's opening sequence, Bob Simmons played a minor male villain henchman impersonating Madame Boitier.

Broccoli vetoed the idea and refused to even discuss it. The two fighting girls in charge of watching Willard Whyte are named Bambi and Thumper.

These characters were not in the novel, but were made up for this movie. Stuntwoman Donna Garrett was originally signed to play the character of Bambi.

However, the last one Trina Parks had the name of her character changed in the Spanish-dubbed version, for uncertain reasons, to Pluto.

Sir Roger Moore was offered the role of James Bond here, but he was unavailable due to his commitment to The Persuaders!

Tiffany Case's lack of experience with weapons and fighting saves both Bond's life and her own in the final scene. When Mr. Wint is trying to strangle Bond, rather than trying to hit him with something hard like a wine bottle or a dinner knife, she chooses what seems to be the least harmful item in the room something that looks like a light and fluffy dessert.

This distracts Mr. Wint who, of course knows that there is a real bomb in "la bombe surprise" , allowing Bond to gain the upper hand and also revealing the existence of the hidden bomb when the fake dessert breaks apart.

If she had hit Mr. Wint with any of the other items and knocked him out or killed him, she and Bond would have had no idea about the bomb that's about to explode.

This is the only Bond film in which Sean Connery's eyebrows weren't trimmed. This is one of the few Bond movies that has one predominant setting, which is Las Vegas, Nevada.

It is only briefly set in other locations, such as Amsterdam, during the early part of the movie. The Moon Buggy was inspired by the actual N.

Built by custom-car fabricator Dean Jeffries on a rear-engined Chevrolet Corvair chassis, it was capable of road speeds.

The fiberglass tires had to be replaced during the chase sequence because the heat and irregular desert soil ruined them.

First Bond movie to not use the villain from the novel of the same name. This movie features Blofeld as the villain, wheras the novel's villains were the Spang Brothers although Wint and Kidd were in both the novel and movie.

The Blofeld double in the mud bath, at the start of this movie, is a reference to the novel, in which one of the diamond smugglers is killed at a mud bath.

During the shooting period in Las Vegas, producer Albert R. Broccoli and wife Dana Broccoli were asleep in their hotel room suite one night when it was broken into and Dana's jewelry stolen.

John went on to marry Robert Wagner , who appeared in the Austin Powers film franchise, which spoofed the James Bond movies and who was represented by Albert R.

Broccoli when he was working as a talent agent in the s. John was also childhood friends with Wagner's late wife Natalie Wood , who drowned in This makes co-star Lana Wood his former sister-in-law.

The line about "La Rochefoucauld" was another hot-button dispute between producer Albert R. Broccoli and screenwriter Tom Mankiewicz.

In the end, it was kept in because Mankiewicz convinced director Guy Hamilton to shoot the scene in a way that Broccoli had no choice but to let it stay.

When this movie opened in France, Mankiewicz pointed out that that line got a huge laugh, to which Broccoli retorted that France was their least profitable market.

Mankiewicz was only allowed to work on Live and Let Die on the condition that La Rochefoucauld never be mentioned in a script again. There was originally a comic coda to the scene where Tiffany escapes the "girl in a gorilla" sideshow: Maxwell and his partner collide with the girl named "Goona" in the original script , who exclaims, "C'mon guys, what the hell is this?

John was recommended by Sidney Korshack, a legal advisor enlisted for the Las Vegas location shoot. Wint in fact makes two slip-ups which raise James Bond's suspicions.

A "claret" is a red Bordeaux wine, something a real sommelier wine steward would know, of course.

But before that, he also makes a minor character error in serving the wine to Bond. The small silver saucer on the chain is a "tastevin", which the sommelier uses to check the wine after opening the bottle and before serving it.

This practice has started dying out in fine establishments since this was released in This movie marks the first time that the circus was used as an integral part of the plot.

Circuses also featured in Moonraker although not integral to the plot and Octopussy This script was deemed too political by producer Albert R.

Later, for legal reasons, the villain could not be called "Stavros", so the name had to be changed, resulting in his being called "Stromberg" Curd Jürgens instead, because of its similarity to "Stavro," the middle name of Ernest Blofeld.

A "5x Blue Chip Stamps" sign is visible in the gas station scene. Blue Chip was a brand of trading stamps, a customer loyalty program used before credit cards and computerized sales terminals became commonplace.

Retailers gave the stamps to customers in proportion to the amount they spent, and the stamps could later be exchanged for merchandise.

Later in the movie, Blofeld says referring to Tiffany : "What a pity, such nice cheeks too. If only they were brains.

John Tiffany Case has a registered IQ of His son is cricket commentator Henry Blofeld. Ernst Blofeld's date of birth is the same as Fleming's, May 28, In addition, a man named Ernest Cuneo was a friend of Fleming's.

It is but a short leap from Ernest Cuneo to Ernst Stavro. Ernst is Teutonic for 'earnest', and Stavros is Greek for 'victor', and so he is the 'earnest victor'", and "the name Blofeld means 'blue field', a swipe at his own blue-blood rampant in the field, like heraldry", and "As the creator of S.

Some dialogue between Mr. Kidd at the funeral parlor was cut from the script. As Bond passed them, they were arranging flowers.

Wint said, "Mother loved Azalias, but they always made her sneeze. Kidd replied, "Now she can really enjoy them.

Wint knocks Bond out with the urn, he quipped, "Mother was always such a help. In the original script, as Bond uses the piton gun to abseil across the sheer face of The Whyte House, he muttered "genuinely upset", "Q, if I fall, I'll kill you".

The title was apparently inspired by an American magazine advertisement, which Ian Fleming saw.

The tagline for the ad read "A Diamond is Forever", a common catchphrase in the diamond selling business. It was first published on March 26, , and this movie was only loosely based on it.

Fleming also wrote a non-Bond book titled "The Diamond Smugglers", which dealt with the same subject of diamond smuggling. Bond tells Tiffany he knows a good tailor in Hong Kong.

This would presumably be the same tailor in Hong Kong where Bond has his shirts and suits made in Die Another Day Tom Mankiewicz says he was hired because producer Albert R.

Broccoli wanted an American writer to work on the script, since so much of it was set in Las Vegas "and the Brits write really lousy American gangsters," but it had to be someone who also understood the British idiom, because of British characters.

David Picker , from United Artists, had seen the stage musical Georgy! He was hired on a two-week trial, and kept on for the rest of the movie.

These are Mr. Kidd and Bambi and Thumper. Octopussy featured knife-throwing twins Mischka and Grishka, which were originally intended for Moonraker , while Dr.

No had the triplet assassins, a. Rumors of a pair of Bond Girl twins were in existence during pre-production of Quantum of Solace Shady Tree was an ally of Bond in the book.

According to the documentary, Adam West was also offered the role of James Bond for this movie. John and Sid Haig were guest stars on Batman John and Lana Wood were serial brides in youth, both being 16 years old when they married their first husbands.

John was thrice-divorced by the age of 28, while Wood had two annulments and four divorces by age The first scene in the Amsterdam sequence opens with a shot of a pleasure boat named the Prins Willem-Alexander Prins means Prince.

This was the four-year-old grandson of Queen Juliana and the son of her successor, the then Princess Beatrix Queen Beatrix.

In , upon his mother's abdication, he ascended the throne as King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands. The title song has been extensively covered, or sampled.

It was also covered by the Arctic Monkeys at the Glastonbury Festival. The song has also been used on the song "Psychology" by Dead Prez.

Spectre is the second of two major appearances of the Ernst Stavro Blofeld character in the official James Bond film franchise in which Blofeld is seen with hair, as he had been in this movie, where he was played by Charles Gray.

The main villains from the novel were called "Jack and Seraffimo Spang". In a rare occurrence in an EON Productions official franchise adaptation of an original Ian Fleming novel, their names were not used for this movie.

However, pretty much all of the supporting villains Shady Tree, Mr. Wint, and Mr. Kidd were. Ernst Stavro Blofeld takes the Spang brothers' place in this movie.

According to Robbie Collin in the U. Fleming believed the Cold War might be about to end and wanted to keep his spy thrillers relevant".

Fleming's S. Executive Cabinet included "twenty-one people including former Gestapo members, Soviet spy group S.

Agent Emilio Largo in an international extortion scheme. James Bond investigates the hijacking of British and Russian submarines carrying nuclear warheads, with the help of a K.

Agent, whose lover he killed. James Bond investigates the mid-air theft of a space shuttle, and discovers a plot to commit global genocide.

James Bond is assigned to find a missing British vessel, equipped with a weapons encryption device and prevent it from falling into enemy hands.

James Bond willingly falls into an assassination plot involving a naive Russian beauty in order to retrieve a Soviet encryption device that was stolen by S.

While investigating a gold magnate's smuggling, James Bond uncovers a plot to contaminate the Fort Knox gold reserve. A resourceful British government agent seeks answers in a case involving the disappearance of a colleague and the disruption of the American space program.

James Bond's mission is to find out who has been smuggling diamonds, which are not re-appearing.

He adopts another identity in the form of Peter Franks. He joins up with Tiffany Case, and acts as if he is smuggling the diamonds, but everyone is hungry for these diamonds.

He also has to avoid Mr. Wint and Mr. Kidd, the dangerous couple who do not leave anyone in their way. Ernst Stavro Blofeld isn't out of the question.

He may have changed his looks, but is he linked with the heist? And if he is, can Bond finally defeat his ultimate enemy. Written by simon.

When it comes to Bond films I watch with trepidation, as I either really like them or absolutely hate them. Diamonds are Forever falls in the former category although I'm not totally sure why.

It's like after the serious action-packed 60's they decided to just calm down and relax, this is the most chilled out and mellow Bond film there is.

It has that air of coolness that only early 70's films seem to have. There is a plot of sorts but there's no rush to get there.

John Barry's score is his most jazzy and laid back. You feel this was the Bond film that most inspired Tarentino. Connery seems to really enjoy himself playing Bond again, now surprisingly looking older than his forty years although he was still younger than Roger Moore when he played Bond for the first time the following year, the role seems to fit him even better than before.

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He returned to London with the completed page typescript in March that year; [15] he had earlier settled on a title, which he based on an advertisement slogan "A Diamond is Forever" in the American edition of Vogue.

Although Fleming provides no dates within his novels, John Griswold and Henry Chancellor—both of whom have written books on behalf of Ian Fleming Publications —have identified different timelines based on events and situations within the novel series as a whole.

Chancellor put the events of Diamonds Are Forever in ; Griswold is more precise, and considers the story to have taken place in July and August Fleming had previously travelled to the US on the RMS Queen Elizabeth ; the experience provided background information for the final four chapters of the novel.

As with several others of his works, Fleming appropriated the names of people he knew for the story's characters.

Arran, an advocate of the relaxation of the British laws relating to homosexuality, heard about the use of his name before publication and complained to Fleming about it, but was ignored and the name was retained for the novel.

The writer Jonathan Kellerman 's introduction to the edition of Diamonds Are Forever describes Bond as a "surprisingly Fleming's Bond makes mistakes and pays for them.

He feels pain and regret. This growth arises through Bond's burgeoning relationship with the book's main female character, Tiffany Case.

He falls in love; the first time he has done so since Vesper Lynd in Casino Royale. According to Benson, Tiffany is portrayed as tough, but lonely and insecure, and "is Fleming's first fully developed female character.

No —has been "damaged The effect of the trauma has led to Tiffany working for the villain, which allows Bond to complete his mission, and align her to a more honest lifestyle.

The literary analyst LeRoy L. Panek observes that Diamonds Are Forever along with Goldfinger and The Man with the Golden Gun have gangsters as antagonists rather than as spies; [31] the novel is the only one in the Bond canon without a connection to the Cold War.

Diamonds Are Forever opens with a passage in which a scorpion hunts and eats its prey, and is subsequently killed by one of the diamond couriers.

Eco sees this "cleverly presented" beginning as similar to the opening of a film, remarking that "Fleming abounds in such passages of high technical skill".

The story is robust and complex. Fleming used well-known brand names and everyday details to produce a sense of realism, [13] [41] which Amis called "the Fleming effect".

Benson analyses Fleming's writing style and identifies what he describes as the "Fleming Sweep": a stylistic point that sweeps the reader from one chapter to another using 'hooks' at the end of chapters to heighten tension and pull the reader into the next: [45] Benson feels that the sweep in Diamonds Are Forever was "at full force" in the novel, which "maintain[s] a constant level of excitement" as a result.

According to Benson the main theme of Diamonds Are Forever is expressed in the title, with the permanency of the gemstones held in contrast to other aspects of the story, particularly love and life.

But so are diamonds", [28] and Benson sees the gems as a metaphor for death and Bond as the "messenger of death".

The journalist and author Christopher Hitchens observes that "the central paradox of the classic Bond stories is that, although superficially devoted to the Anglo-American war against communism, they are full of contempt and resentment for America and Americans"; [47] Benson sees that Diamonds Are Forever contains examples of Fleming's feelings of superiority towards American culture, including his description of the sleaziness of Las Vegas.

The cultural historian Jeremy Black points to the theme of international travel in Diamonds Are Forever , which was still a novelty to most people in Britain at the time.

No had Jamaica, Diamonds Are Forever had multiple locations and two villains and there was "no megalomaniac fervour, no weird self-obsession, at the dark centre of the plot".

According to Fleming's biographer, Andrew Lycett , after the novel was completed, Fleming added four extra chapters "almost as an afterthought", detailing the events on the Queen Elizabeth.

They subtract one from the other. No for the cinema, and in when Diamonds Are Forever was produced for the big screen.

Julian Symons , reviewing Diamonds Are Forever in The Times Literary Supplement , thought that Fleming had some enviable qualities as a writer, including "a fine eye for places For Symons, the novel was Fleming's "weakest book, a heavily padded story about diamond smuggling", where "the exciting passages are few".

Milward Kennedy of The Manchester Guardian , thought that Fleming was "determined to be as tough as Chandler, if a little less lifelike", [64] while Maurice Richardson , in The Observer , considered Bond "one of the most cunningly synthesised heroes in crime-fiction".

Fleming writes a journalistic style, neat, clean, spare and never pretentious". Fleming's handling of American and Americans is well above the British average", [68] although he felt that "the narrative is loose-jointed and weakly resolved", while Bond resolves his assignments "more by muscles and luck than by any sign of operative intelligence".

Diamonds Are Forever was adapted as a daily comic strip for the Daily Express newspaper, and syndicated around the world.

The original adaptation ran from 10 August to 30 January The novel was loosely adapted in a film starring Sean Connery and directed by Guy Hamilton.

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Lois Maxwell dyed her hair black for Endless Night As a result, she wears a hat as part of her disguise as a customs officer.

Producer Harry Saltzman was said to strongly dislike the movie's theme song, believing its lyrics to be suggestive, and largely a double entendre regarding the penis.

The theme song was used at the insistence of producer Albert R. This movie is the fourth most watched movie to be broadcast on British television when it was shown on ITV on March 15, It attracted A deleted scene shows how Mr.

Kidd killed Shady Tree, with a water pistol that turns out to be real. When this movie aired on ABC, the network had the scene where Lana Wood walked around wearing nothing but a flimsy pair of see-through pink panties artificially altered, to make it appear as though she was wearing a black bra with black panties.

Bond is correct when he describes Mouton Rothschild as a claret. It was officially elevated to that status in , the year before this movie was released.

A real sommelier would have known that. The fact that Mr. Wint didn't exposed him to Bond as a fraud.

Kidd after a Thelonious Monk Band show. There is a jewelery shop in London named after Wint and Kidd. This is the one of a few James Bond movies that does not feature champagne.

Bond mentions solera in relation to sherry. Solera is a method of aging and blending wines in barrels. The year that Bond says was the original vintage on which the sherry was based was '51, not , but The brand of wine served at the end of the movie was a Mouton Rothschild '55, a claret.

Final theatrical movie of Bruce Cabot. Saxby was named after producer Albert R. This is the only instance to date that a leading James Bond villain has been seen in drag in Thunderball 's opening sequence, Bob Simmons played a minor male villain henchman impersonating Madame Boitier.

Broccoli vetoed the idea and refused to even discuss it. The two fighting girls in charge of watching Willard Whyte are named Bambi and Thumper.

These characters were not in the novel, but were made up for this movie. Stuntwoman Donna Garrett was originally signed to play the character of Bambi.

However, the last one Trina Parks had the name of her character changed in the Spanish-dubbed version, for uncertain reasons, to Pluto.

Sir Roger Moore was offered the role of James Bond here, but he was unavailable due to his commitment to The Persuaders!

Tiffany Case's lack of experience with weapons and fighting saves both Bond's life and her own in the final scene. When Mr. Wint is trying to strangle Bond, rather than trying to hit him with something hard like a wine bottle or a dinner knife, she chooses what seems to be the least harmful item in the room something that looks like a light and fluffy dessert.

This distracts Mr. Wint who, of course knows that there is a real bomb in "la bombe surprise" , allowing Bond to gain the upper hand and also revealing the existence of the hidden bomb when the fake dessert breaks apart.

If she had hit Mr. Wint with any of the other items and knocked him out or killed him, she and Bond would have had no idea about the bomb that's about to explode.

This is the only Bond film in which Sean Connery's eyebrows weren't trimmed. This is one of the few Bond movies that has one predominant setting, which is Las Vegas, Nevada.

It is only briefly set in other locations, such as Amsterdam, during the early part of the movie. The Moon Buggy was inspired by the actual N.

Built by custom-car fabricator Dean Jeffries on a rear-engined Chevrolet Corvair chassis, it was capable of road speeds.

The fiberglass tires had to be replaced during the chase sequence because the heat and irregular desert soil ruined them. First Bond movie to not use the villain from the novel of the same name.

This movie features Blofeld as the villain, wheras the novel's villains were the Spang Brothers although Wint and Kidd were in both the novel and movie.

The Blofeld double in the mud bath, at the start of this movie, is a reference to the novel, in which one of the diamond smugglers is killed at a mud bath.

During the shooting period in Las Vegas, producer Albert R. Broccoli and wife Dana Broccoli were asleep in their hotel room suite one night when it was broken into and Dana's jewelry stolen.

John went on to marry Robert Wagner , who appeared in the Austin Powers film franchise, which spoofed the James Bond movies and who was represented by Albert R.

Broccoli when he was working as a talent agent in the s. John was also childhood friends with Wagner's late wife Natalie Wood , who drowned in This makes co-star Lana Wood his former sister-in-law.

The line about "La Rochefoucauld" was another hot-button dispute between producer Albert R. Broccoli and screenwriter Tom Mankiewicz.

In the end, it was kept in because Mankiewicz convinced director Guy Hamilton to shoot the scene in a way that Broccoli had no choice but to let it stay.

When this movie opened in France, Mankiewicz pointed out that that line got a huge laugh, to which Broccoli retorted that France was their least profitable market.

Mankiewicz was only allowed to work on Live and Let Die on the condition that La Rochefoucauld never be mentioned in a script again.

There was originally a comic coda to the scene where Tiffany escapes the "girl in a gorilla" sideshow: Maxwell and his partner collide with the girl named "Goona" in the original script , who exclaims, "C'mon guys, what the hell is this?

John was recommended by Sidney Korshack, a legal advisor enlisted for the Las Vegas location shoot. Wint in fact makes two slip-ups which raise James Bond's suspicions.

A "claret" is a red Bordeaux wine, something a real sommelier wine steward would know, of course.

But before that, he also makes a minor character error in serving the wine to Bond. The small silver saucer on the chain is a "tastevin", which the sommelier uses to check the wine after opening the bottle and before serving it.

This practice has started dying out in fine establishments since this was released in This movie marks the first time that the circus was used as an integral part of the plot.

Circuses also featured in Moonraker although not integral to the plot and Octopussy This script was deemed too political by producer Albert R.

Later, for legal reasons, the villain could not be called "Stavros", so the name had to be changed, resulting in his being called "Stromberg" Curd Jürgens instead, because of its similarity to "Stavro," the middle name of Ernest Blofeld.

A "5x Blue Chip Stamps" sign is visible in the gas station scene. Blue Chip was a brand of trading stamps, a customer loyalty program used before credit cards and computerized sales terminals became commonplace.

Retailers gave the stamps to customers in proportion to the amount they spent, and the stamps could later be exchanged for merchandise.

Later in the movie, Blofeld says referring to Tiffany : "What a pity, such nice cheeks too. If only they were brains. John Tiffany Case has a registered IQ of His son is cricket commentator Henry Blofeld.

Ernst Blofeld's date of birth is the same as Fleming's, May 28, In addition, a man named Ernest Cuneo was a friend of Fleming's.

It is but a short leap from Ernest Cuneo to Ernst Stavro. Ernst is Teutonic for 'earnest', and Stavros is Greek for 'victor', and so he is the 'earnest victor'", and "the name Blofeld means 'blue field', a swipe at his own blue-blood rampant in the field, like heraldry", and "As the creator of S.

Some dialogue between Mr. Kidd at the funeral parlor was cut from the script. As Bond passed them, they were arranging flowers.

Wint said, "Mother loved Azalias, but they always made her sneeze. Kidd replied, "Now she can really enjoy them. Wint knocks Bond out with the urn, he quipped, "Mother was always such a help.

In the original script, as Bond uses the piton gun to abseil across the sheer face of The Whyte House, he muttered "genuinely upset", "Q, if I fall, I'll kill you".

The title was apparently inspired by an American magazine advertisement, which Ian Fleming saw.

The tagline for the ad read "A Diamond is Forever", a common catchphrase in the diamond selling business.

It was first published on March 26, , and this movie was only loosely based on it. Fleming also wrote a non-Bond book titled "The Diamond Smugglers", which dealt with the same subject of diamond smuggling.

Bond tells Tiffany he knows a good tailor in Hong Kong. This would presumably be the same tailor in Hong Kong where Bond has his shirts and suits made in Die Another Day Tom Mankiewicz says he was hired because producer Albert R.

Broccoli wanted an American writer to work on the script, since so much of it was set in Las Vegas "and the Brits write really lousy American gangsters," but it had to be someone who also understood the British idiom, because of British characters.

David Picker , from United Artists, had seen the stage musical Georgy! He was hired on a two-week trial, and kept on for the rest of the movie.

These are Mr. Kidd and Bambi and Thumper. Octopussy featured knife-throwing twins Mischka and Grishka, which were originally intended for Moonraker , while Dr.

No had the triplet assassins, a. Rumors of a pair of Bond Girl twins were in existence during pre-production of Quantum of Solace Shady Tree was an ally of Bond in the book.

According to the documentary, Adam West was also offered the role of James Bond for this movie. John and Sid Haig were guest stars on Batman John and Lana Wood were serial brides in youth, both being 16 years old when they married their first husbands.

John was thrice-divorced by the age of 28, while Wood had two annulments and four divorces by age The first scene in the Amsterdam sequence opens with a shot of a pleasure boat named the Prins Willem-Alexander Prins means Prince.

This was the four-year-old grandson of Queen Juliana and the son of her successor, the then Princess Beatrix Queen Beatrix. In , upon his mother's abdication, he ascended the throne as King Willem-Alexander of the Netherlands.

The title song has been extensively covered, or sampled. It was also covered by the Arctic Monkeys at the Glastonbury Festival.

The song has also been used on the song "Psychology" by Dead Prez. Spectre is the second of two major appearances of the Ernst Stavro Blofeld character in the official James Bond film franchise in which Blofeld is seen with hair, as he had been in this movie, where he was played by Charles Gray.

The main villains from the novel were called "Jack and Seraffimo Spang". In a rare occurrence in an EON Productions official franchise adaptation of an original Ian Fleming novel, their names were not used for this movie.

However, pretty much all of the supporting villains Shady Tree, Mr. Wint, and Mr. Kidd were. Ernst Stavro Blofeld takes the Spang brothers' place in this movie.

According to Robbie Collin in the U. Fleming believed the Cold War might be about to end and wanted to keep his spy thrillers relevant".

Fleming's S. Executive Cabinet included "twenty-one people including former Gestapo members, Soviet spy group S. Its goals were "profiteering from conflict between the superpowers, eventual world domination" and its methods included "counter-intelligence, brainwashing, murder, extortion using weapons of mass destruction nuclear, biological and orbital.

Filming of the moon buggy chase took place on July 20, , the second anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission which landed men on the moon.

Six days after the filming Apollo 15 was launched, which was the first "J" mission to use the Lunar Roving Vehicle.

In real life, the mission was originally slated as Apollo 19, but the cancellation of three Apollo flights the original Apollo 15 mission was scheduled as an H4 mission, and Apollo 20 was the first one to be cancelled, since it was reassigned to the Apollo Applications Program, which the Skylab space station was launched.

According to the CD soundtrack sleeve notes, the title song debuted on the U. It debuted on the U.

The soundtrack album debuted on the U. The first line of the short story read: "With its two fighting claws held forward like a wrestler's arms, the big pandinus scorpion emerged with a dry rustle from the finger-sized hole under the rook.

Another adventure for which a wry phrase of Tiffany Case might be the epitaph. He could see the passionate, ironical mouth saying the words: 'It reads better than it lives.

John Abineri was dubbed. This was the first ever consumer-grade ATV, created to give Honda dealers a marketable item during the winter months when motorcycles sell poorly.

They had a dangerous tendency to tip over on turns if ridden aggressively, and Honda ceased production of 3-wheel ATVs in the s.

The name of the mob fronted mortuary, Slumber Inc, is an allusion to the mob organization called Murder, Inc. The character of Dr.

KG , a well-known manufacturer of professional-quality camera flash equipment. Blofeld is a playable multiplayer character in GoldenEye for the Wii, with the likeness of Charles Gray from this movie.

Blofeld is one of the main characters in Legends , featured in the mission, based on On Her Majesty's Secret Service , in which the character was an amalgamation of the three actors who had appeared in the official film franchise, Telly Savalas , Charles Gray, and Donald Pleasence.

Throughout the game, he is voiced by Glenn Wrage. Frank Finlay was one of the producer's choices to play Blofeld. Tiffany calls Bond "Superman".

Screenwriter Tom Mankiewicz served as creative consultant and as an uncredited screenwriter for Superman and Superman II Model and actress Valli Kemp Vulnavia from Dr.

Dame Shirley Bassey sang the opening sequence for the second time in the Bond film franchise. Her previous singing opening sequence is Goldfinger The Lufthansa airliner is a Boeing Due to the deleted scene in which Plenty O'Toole returns to Bond's hotel room wearing nothing but a white towel, after being thrown into the pool by Tiffany's thugs, the viewer is left with the incorrect impression that she was basically forced to abandon her clothes, as it seemed there was no time or chance for her to return to Bond's room, resulting in her low-cut purple dress remaining with Bond.

The recording sessions were engineered by John Richards. A handful of villains and henchmen in the James Bond universe have had a "Mr.

The Mr. Hinx henchman Dave Bautista and Mr. White Jesper Christensen appeared in Spectre Spectre also featured a henchman called Mr.

Guerra Benito Sagredo , resulting in the movie having three characters that have a "Mr. White appeared in three Daniel Craig James Bond movies: Casino Royale , Quantum of Solace , and Spectre , the most Bond movies for any henchman-type character after Jaws, who appeared in two Bond movies.

In Dr. No , there was a henchman called Mr. Jones Reggie Carter ; in Goldfinger , there was a henchman called Mr. Bullion Goldie and Mr.

Big, but in the movie version he was also known as Dr. Kananga, with the character's real full name in the source book being Buonaparte Ignace Gallia; in this movie, there were two henchmen, Mr.

Wint Bruce Glover and Mr. Pro wrestler Tessa Blanchard used a theme song that mashed up this movie's theme with the theme of the Four Horsemen in the former WCW, since her father Tully Blanchard was one of the original members of the group.

One of their catchphrases was, "Diamonds are forever and so are the Four Horsemen". There is also a picture of a diamond on the back of her trunks.

When Plenty O'Toole is being forced out of Bond's bedroom wearing nothing but her panties and her high heels, her necklace is missing.

A few minutes later, her necklace can be seen on a table in Bond's bedroom. Actress Phylis Davis said producers originally cast her in the role of Plenty O'Toole, but then suddenly changed their minds.

I don't know what happened, I was so disappointed. I still get residuals from it, even though I never did the role. George A. Cooper is often wrongly credited with being in this movie.

Undeniably, this is due to confusion with an actor with a similar name. With Skyfall and Spectre , Ralph Fiennes became the seventh major actor or actress who appeared in both the "James Bond" and "The Avengers" universes, the latter being the English spy one, and not the comic superheroes one.

Of these seven actors and actresses, Fiennes and Macnee portrayed The Avengers' character of John Steed, in the theatrical movie, and television series, respectively, with the latter also voicing the Invisible Jones character in The Avengers In this movie, John Steed Fiennes and Emma Peel Uma Thurman get across the frozen river by "walking" on the surface inside inflatable plastic bubbles, which is similar to how James Bond gets aboard Ernst Stavro Blofeld's Charles Gray 's oil rig in this movie.

The film's portrayal of Mr Wint and Mr Kidd has often been denounced as homophobic. First role uncredited for actress Valerie Perrine.

She played a Vegas showgirl. Is this interesting? The treatment of Plenty O'Toole during the scene where she is caught by Tiffany's thugs, wearing nothing but her underwear and high heels, has been interpreted by some fans and critics as having misogynistic undertones and that her sexual humiliation was being played for laughs, as she was violently forced out of Bond's hotel room almost completely naked and was more cruel than funny.

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