James Bond 007 is Britain's top agent, and is on an exciting mission, to solve the mysterious murder of a fellow agent. The task sends him to Jamaica, where he joins forces with Quarrel and a loyal C.I.A. Agent, Felix Leiter. While dodging tarantulas, "fire breathing dragons", and a trio of assassins, known as "the three blind mice". Bond meets up with the beautiful Honey Ryder and goes face to face with the evil Dr. No.Written by
While searching for Dr No's hideout Honey Ryder and Quarrel speaks of a dragon being sighted on the beach. Bond states clearly that there are no such things as dragons. In 1996 Dragonheart was released. The voice of Draco the dragon was provided by sir Sean Connery. See more »
Honey tells Bond that he should cover himself with sea water because the mosquitoes wanted the salt on his body. While flies might want the salt, mosquitoes want blood. See more »
An assassin tracks James Bond, but the spy turns and shoots the assassin, all seen through the assassin's gun barrel. See more »
For the UK cinema version the BBFC made cuts to reduce the number of gunshots fired by Bond at Dent from 6 to 2, to remove blows and a knee kick during Bond's fight with the chauffeur, and to replace Dr No's line "I'm sure she will amuse the guards" with "The guards will amuse her." Most releases feature the edited print, except for a considered-legendary 1982 VHS/Betamax release, which was confirmed in 2019 to contain the uncut version of the film See more »
This film is very good of course, but he might don't satisfy yourself as a James bond film.
Not a lot of explosion and impressive scenes.
Nothing in terms of " gadget".
And fight scenes are very exagerate.
Despite this, Dr no is a film that when you are into it, you can't get your eyes away of the screen because Sean Connery Bond's interpretation is Sensational, because the film has a 60's style lot of charm and because of Bond's girls of course.
And all this stuff makes the film a Must Watch.
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