It's a big movie, with good stunts, virtually no gadgets, plenty of fisticuffs, and maybe more sex than any of the series' other installments. Even Lazenby is not half bad, though he pales in comparison to Connery, who would return for one more run as Bond in Diamonds Are Forever.
Run time: 142 mins
In Theaters: Thursday 18th December 1969
Box Office Worldwide: $82M
Distributed by: United Artists
Production compaines: Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Eon Productions, Danjaq
Contactmusic.com: 3.5 / 5
Rotten Tomatoes: 81%
Fresh: 35 Rotten: 8
IMDB: 6.8 / 10
Director: Peter R. Hunt
Producer: Albert R. Broccoli, Harry Saltzman
Screenwriter: Richard Maibaum
Starring: George Lazenby as James Bond, Diana Rigg as Tracy Di Vicenzo, Telly Savalas as Ernst Stavro Blofeld, Gabriele Ferzetti as Marc Ange Draco, Ilse Steppat as Irma Bunt, Angela Scoular as Ruby Bartlett, Lois Maxwell as Miss Moneypenny, George Baker as Sir Hilary Bray, Bernard Lee as M, Desmond Llewelyn as Q, Catherine Schell as Nancy, Bernard Horsfall as Campbell, Virginia North as Olympe, Geoffrey Cheshire as Toussaint, Julie Ege as The Scandinavian Girl, Mona Chong as The Chinese Girl, Joanna Lumley as The English Girl, Jenny Hanley as The Irish Girl
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