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In the opening sequence, Bond removes a woman's bikini top. We briefly see her bared breast and nipple.

The opening title sequence features silhouettes of women who are apparently nude, evidenced by a lack of any irregularities in the smooth body contours that would be caused by clothing, as well as by the breast shape. In the last part of the title sequence, a woman's body is shown in dramatic side light in which shadow obscures all but one side of her body. She is apparently wearing nothing; we see her areola, part of her bared breast, her flank, hip, and upper thigh.

A man walks into a woman's apartment. We see her walking into the next room apparently wearing only panties. We see a brief glimpse of her bared bosom as she turns the corner, walking away from the camera. This woman puts on a brassiere off-camera, and re-enters the room to speak to the man. Later, she adds a sheer peignoir which hides little.

Several scenes take place in Las Vegas casinos, during which we see brief bits of incidental entertainments featuring scantily-clad female performers.

In several scenes, female actresses wear bikinis and cleavage-revealing dresses.

A man removes a woman's dress. We see her from the rear, wearing nothing but sheer panties. We see her bared back and buttocks to start. In later parts of the scene, we see glimpses of her bared bosom; no areola is shown. At the end of the scene, the woman is swimming in this same near-nude state, but the churned water surface prevents any details of the woman's body from being visible.

A woman is wearing a sheer dress in a swimming pool having been drowned. The cloth, being wet, clearly shows the woman's areola and nipple. The camera tracks down her body, showing her flank, hip, thighs, and panties through the wet sheer dress.

A man and a woman are in bed together, both partially covered by the top sheet. The woman's shoulders are bared and the man's chest is bared. No clothing is in evidence. Dialogue suggests that they have just had sex.

In a later similar postcoital scene with this same couple, no sheet is visible, and we see more of both actors. The scene opens with the bared shoulders of both actors, and then then man rolls on top of the woman, showing his bared back and flank. A bit of the woman's bared breasts are visible. The scene is quite intimate, though not overtly sexual.

Two drowned women are shown in different scenes. A woman is strangled with her own bikini top.

Someone has a scorpion dropped down his shirt, he is stung and dies immediately.

A man is set on fire. Another man is shot and the head with a grappling hook gun.

A man is hit in the arms and chest with knives, showing some blood. Another man is suffocated in mud, while yet another is slammed bloodily in the head with a hard object and then shoved into a vat of boiling mud.

A man reaches his hand into Bond's coat, and is hit by some type of metal trap, covering his hand in blood.

Characters are killed by explosions and there is lots of brutal hand-to-hand combat. Men are burned, leading to their deaths.

Bond is beaten up by two superwomen, who then throw him into water where they attempt to drown him.

A woman is thrown out of a hotel window from a great height.

Bond, Blofeld and Tiffany all drink and smoke.

Bond is almost burned to death in a crematorium.

Bond has an extended fight with another man in an elevator.

A man is set on fire.

A dead woman's body is lifted out of water onto a boat.

Argentina:Atp / Australia:M / Brazil:12 / Canada:PG (Manitoba/Ontario) / Canada:A (Nova Scotia) / Canada:G (Quebec) / Finland:K-16 / Finland:K-15/13 (2001 reform re-rating) / Finland:K-16/13 (2012 reform re-rating) / France:Tous publics / Iceland:12 / Ireland:PG / Ireland:12 (2012) / Italy:T / Japan:G (2015) / Netherlands:12 (TV rating) / Netherlands:14 (orginal rating) / Netherlands:AL (DVD rating) (2000) / New Zealand:PG / Norway:15 / Norway:16 (1971) / Peru:Apt / South Korea:15 / Spain:T / Sweden:15 (uncut) (1992) / Sweden:15 (cut) (1971) / UK:A (original rating) (passed with cuts) / UK:PG (tv rating) / UK:12 (video re-rating) (2012) / UK:PG (video rating) (1987) (1992) (2001) / USA:PG / USA:GP (original rating) (MPAA rating: certificate #23067) / USA:PG (re-rating) (1994) / West Germany:16 (nf)

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