The title song of Never Say Never Again
(1983) is sung by Lani Hall
is also the name of a song recorded previously by The Bee Gees
and heard on their 1969 double LP album, "Odessa". In 2008, an original song recorded but never used for the film was revealed to the public. Stephen Forsyth and Jim Ryan wrote the song which was also called "Never Say Never Again". It was sung by Phyllis Hyman
and Warner Brothers intended it to be the film's title song during the making of the movie. The film's composer Michel Legrand
allegedly maintained that he had contractual rights over the title song and considered suing. Consequently, the Ryan-Forsyth track reportedly had to be jettisoned by the studio just before the release of the movie due to legal reasons. The song was never released until 2008, when for the first time, the song was made available to the public - released on an album and made accessible via the internet. See more
I send you to a health farm to get yourself in shape! Instead you DEMOLISH it! Now I've had to notify the local police, get a minister to muzzle the press, and allocate a sizable chunk of my meager budget to renovating the establishment!
A man DID try to kill me, sir.
Oh! Caught you seducing his wife, did he?
No, sir, not at all. But, in fact, I did lose 4 lbs and God knows how many free radicals.
[slams the table
That is the KIND of attitude that tempts me to suspend you, 007!