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Bond fakes his death at the beginning of the film. The bed sheets are stained with blood.

Final action scene has a huge bodycount with many shooting deaths, no blood shown.

Characters are fed to man-eating pirahnas, but this is implied only; we see bubbles in the water and that's about it.

Character is poisoned and chokes to death.

Blofeld's hand is cut with a ninja throwing weapon. Bond kills a man with a throwing star.

A man is stabbed in the back; he dies.

Bond incinerates one helicopter and shoots missiles into others.

People are killed by explosions.


3 uses of "hell" and 1 use of "damn."


It is said Bond smokes, but we only see this once. A Japanese thug smokes a cigar. One of the gadgets is disguised in a cigarette.

Just a couple of scenes in which Bond drinks vodka, sake and champagne, sometimes with other characters (Tanaka, Osato). The Siamese one he stole from Osatos mini-bar even disgusts him.


Bond fakes his death at the beginning, which may startle some viewers.

In the climax, the villain's rocket is about to capture another American space capsule, which would trigger a world war, while Bond and his Japanese allies battle in the villain's secret base to stop it.

TOTAL: 22/50

Australia:PG / Australia:M (TV rating) / Australia:A (original rating) / Brazil:14 / Canada:PG (Manitoba/Ontario) / Canada:A (Nova Scotia) / Canada:13+ (Quebec) / Finland:K-16/13 (2012 reform re-rating) / Finland:K-16 (original rating) / Germany:16 / Iceland:12 / Ireland:PG / Ireland:G (1967) / Japan:G (2015) / Netherlands:12 / Netherlands:AL (DVD rating) (2000) / Norway:16 (original rating) / South Korea:15 / Sweden:15 / UK:A (original rating) / UK:PG (tv rating) / UK:PG (video rating) (1987) (1992) (2001) / USA:TV-PG / USA:Approved (original rating) (No. 21499) / USA:PG (re-rating) (1994) / USA:GP (re-rating) (1970) / West Germany:16 / West Germany:12 (re-rating)

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