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While investigating a gold magnate's smuggling, James Bond uncovers a plot to contaminate the Fort Knox gold reserve.

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James Bond
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Goldfinger (as Gert Frobe)
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Pussy Galore
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Jill Masterson
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Tilly Masterson
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Oddjob (as Harold Sakata {Tosh Togo})
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'M'
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Solo
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Felix Leiter
Austin Willis ...
Simmons
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Moneypenny
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Midnight
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Kisch
Peter Cranwell ...
Johnny
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Bonita
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Smithers
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Mr. Ling
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'Q'
Mai Ling ...
Mei-Lei
Varley Thomas ...
Swiss Gatekeeper
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Dink
John McLaren ...
Brigadier
Robert MacLeod ...
Atomic Specialist (as Robert Macleod)
Victor Brooks ...
Blacking
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Capungo
Gerry Duggan ...
Hawker
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South American Guard (uncredited)
Roland Brand ...
Gangster (uncredited)
Bill Brandon ...
Gangster (uncredited)
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Security Officer at Airport (uncredited)
Norman Chancer ...
Gangster (uncredited)
Dennis Chin ...
Korean in car (uncredited)
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Servant at Stud Farm (uncredited)
Marian Collins ...
Girlfriend of Goldfinger (uncredited)
Michael Collins ...
Auric Goldfinger (uncredited) (voice)
Denis Cowles ...
Brunskill (uncredited)
Carmen Dene ...
Purple Bikini Girl Near Pool (uncredited)
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Gangster (uncredited)
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Mr. Strap (uncredited)
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Flying Circus Pilot (uncredited)
Patrick Halpin ...
Hotel Guest (uncredited)
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Gangster (uncredited)
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Gangster (uncredited)
Lesley Langley ...
Flying Circus Pilot (uncredited)
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Man in Bulletproof Vest at Q Branch (uncredited)
John Maxim ...
Gangster (uncredited)
John McCarthy ...
Gangster (uncredited)
Aleta Morrison ...
Flying Circus Pilot (uncredited)
Tricia Muller ...
Sydney (uncredited)
Lionel Murton ...
Colonel (uncredited)
Lenny Rabin ...
American Gangster (uncredited)
Janette Rowsell ...
Chambermaid (uncredited)
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James Bond in Gunbarrel Sequence (uncredited)
Joseph Tregonino ...
Bodega Patron (uncredited)
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Radio Newsman (uncredited) (voice)
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Jill Masterson (uncredited) (voice)
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Soldier at Fort Knox (uncredited)
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Air Squadron Leader (uncredited)
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Sierra (uncredited)

Directed by

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Guy Hamilton

Written by

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Richard Maibaum ... (screenplay) &
Paul Dehn ... (screenplay)
 
Ian Fleming ... (novel) (uncredited)
 
Johanna Harwood ... (adaptation) (uncredited)
 
Berkely Mather ... (story) (uncredited)

Produced by

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Albert R. Broccoli ... producer
Harry Saltzman ... producer
Stanley Sopel ... associate producer (uncredited)
Terence Young ... associate producer: pre-production (uncredited)

Music by

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John Barry

Cinematography by

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Ted Moore ... director of photography

Film Editing by

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Peter R. Hunt ... (as Peter Hunt)

Editorial Department

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John J. De Santis Jr. ... 4K film scanning: pristine digital restoration (2006 restoration) (as John DeSantis Jr.)
Joe Parisella ... colorist: pristine digital restoration (2006 restoration) (as Joseph Parisella)
Ben Rayner ... assembly editor
Brent Eldridge ... digital color correction (uncredited)

Production Design by

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Ken Adam

Art Direction by

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Peter Murton

Makeup Department

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Basil Newall ... makeup artist
Paul Rabiger ... makeup artist
Eileen Warwick ... hairdresser

Production Management

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L.C. Rudkin ... production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Frank Ernst ... assistant director
Peter R. Hunt ... second unit director: insert shots (uncredited)
Richard Jenkins ... second assistant director (uncredited)
Michael G. Wilson ... third assistant director (uncredited)

Art Department

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Freda Pearson ... set dresser
Maurice Pelling ... assistant art director
Michael White ... assistant art director
John Chisholm ... prop man (uncredited)
Peter Lamont ... draughtsman (uncredited)
Ron Quelch ... production buyer (uncredited)

Sound Department

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Gordon K. McCallum ... sound recordist (as Gordon McCallum)
Dudley Messenger ... sound recordist
Harry Miller ... dubbing editor
Norman Wanstall ... dubbing editor
Graham V. Hartstone ... sound assistant (uncredited)
Charlie McFadden ... boom operator (uncredited)
Otto Snel ... sound recordist (uncredited)

Special Effects by

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Frank George ... special effects assistant
John Stears ... special effects
Wally Armitage ... special effects (uncredited)
Joe Fitt ... special effects technician (uncredited)
Fred Heather ... special effects (uncredited)
Garth Inns ... special effects (uncredited)
Bert Luxford ... special effects technician (uncredited)
Jimmy Ward ... special effects (uncredited)

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R. Patrick Cooper ... project manager: pristine digital restoration (2006 restoration)
Rejyna Douglass-Whitman ... damage artist: pristine digital restoration (2006 restoration)
Michael Inchalik ... producer: pristine digital restoration (2006 restoration) (as Mike Inchalik)
Barry Kass ... damage artist: pristine digital restoration (2006 restoration)
Carlos Long ... damage artist: pristine digital restoration (2006 restoration)
Martina Wilson ... damage artist: pristine digital restoration (2006 restoration)
William Creighton ... carpenter: Fort Knox model (uncredited)
Cliff Culley ... optical effects supervisor (uncredited)
Roy Field ... visual effects (uncredited)

Stunts

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Bob Simmons ... action sequences by
William Baskiville ... stunt driver (uncredited)
Peter Brace ... stunts (uncredited)
Peter Brayham ... stunts (uncredited)
Ken Buckle ... stunt double: Gert Fröbe (uncredited) / stunts (uncredited)
Tim Condren ... stunts (uncredited)
Gerry Crampton ... stunts (uncredited)
Bill Cummings ... stunts (uncredited)
Cliff Diggins ... stunts (uncredited)
Eddie Eddon ... stunts (uncredited)
Richard Graydon ... stunts (uncredited)
Arthur Howell ... stunts (uncredited)
Dennis Ison ... stunt driver (uncredited)
Alf Joint ... stunt double: Sean Connery (uncredited)
George Leech ... stunt double: Sean Connery (uncredited) / stunt driver (uncredited) / stunts (uncredited)
Rick Lester ... stunt driver (uncredited)
Jimmy Lodge ... stunts (uncredited)
Peter Munt ... stunts (uncredited)
Terence Plummer ... stunts (uncredited)
Nosher Powell ... stunts (uncredited)
Terry Richards ... stunts (uncredited)
Bill Sawyer ... stunts (uncredited)
Bob Simmons ... stunt double: Harold Sakata (uncredited) / stunt double: Michael Mellinger (uncredited) / stunts (uncredited)
Roy Street ... stunts (uncredited)
Rocky Taylor ... stunts (uncredited)
Robin Webb ... stunt double (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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John Winbolt ... camera operator
Ron Drinkwater ... focus puller (uncredited)
Michael Reed ... director of photography: insert shots (uncredited)
Laurie Shane ... electrician (uncredited)
David Watkin ... cinematographer: title sequence (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Elsa Fennell ... wardrobe supervisor
John Hilling ... wardrobe master
Eileen Sullivan ... wardrobe mistress
Kiki Byrne ... designer: golden bikini in main titles (uncredited)

Music Department

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John Barry ... conductor
Monty Norman ... composer: The "James Bond" theme
Vic Flick ... musician: guitar (uncredited)
Bobby Graham ... musician: drums (uncredited)
Sidney Margo ... music contractor (uncredited)
John Scott ... musician: principal saxophone (uncredited)
Derek Watkins ... trumpet (uncredited)

Other crew

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Albert R. Broccoli ... presenter
Robert Brownjohn ... titles designed by
Charles Russhon ... technical adviser
Harry Saltzman ... presenter
Constance Willis ... continuity girl
William Baskiville ... stand-in: Sean Connery (uncredited)
Trevor Bond ... assistant titles designer (uncredited)
Phyllis Cornell ... stand in: Honor Blackman (uncredited) / stand in: Tania Mallet (uncredited)
Charles Dorat ... french adaptation: post-synchronized version (uncredited)
Patrick Halpin ... stand-in: Gert Frobes (uncredited)
David Michael Kay ... aviation services (uncredited)
George 'Bud' Ornstein ... production executive: United Artists (uncredited)
Charles Russhon ... government liaison: USA (uncredited) / military liaison: Kentucky (uncredited)
Pierre Salinger ... liaison: USA (uncredited)
Bob Simmons ... body double: James Bond, in opening sequence (uncredited)
Herbert Spencer ... director of photography: titles sequence (uncredited)
Yves Thos ... poster designer: France (uncredited)
Nikki Van der Zyl ... dialogue coach: Gert Fröbe (uncredited)
Terence Young ... director: pre-production (uncredited)
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Storyline

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Plot Summary

Bond is back and his next mission takes him to Fort Knox, where Auric Goldfinger and his henchman are planning to raid Fort Knox and obliterate the world economy. To save the world once again, Bond will need to become friends with Goldfinger, dodge killer hats and avoid Goldfinger's personal pilot, the sexy Pussy Galore. She might not have feelings for Bond, but will 007 help her change her mind? Written by simon_hrdng

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Taglines Miss Honey and Miss Galore Have James Bond Back For More! See more »
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Also Known As
  • Ian Fleming's Goldfinger (United Kingdom)
  • Gold Finger (World-wide, English title)
  • James Bond 007 - Goldfinger (Germany)
  • James Bond contra Goldfinger (Spain)
  • Agent 007 contra Goldfinger (Denmark)
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Runtime
  • 110 min
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Box Office

Budget $3,000,000 (estimated)
Opening Weekend United Kingdom GBP42,113, 26 Sep 1964
Cumulative Worldwide Gross $73,800,000

Did You Know?

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Trivia When Shirley Bassey recorded the theme song, she was singing as the opening credits were running on a screen in front of her, so that she could match the vocals. When she hit her final high note, the titles kept running, and she was forced to hold the note, until she almost passed out. (This echoes the experience of Tom Jones, when recording the Thunderball (1965) theme.) She has told the story that she only managed to hold the note after removing a restricting bustier she was wearing. See more »
Goofs Speaking to Jill Masterson, Bond claims that the champagne should be drunk at 38 Fahrenheit, this is 3.3 Centigrade and barely above freezing. Most wine experts recommend 7 to 9 Celsius which is 43 to 48 Fahrenheit. See more »
Movie Connections Edited into The Bond Sound: The Music of 007 (2000). See more »
Soundtracks Goldfinger See more »
Crazy Credits The original UK release ended with "James Bond will return in 'On Her Majesty's Secret Service'" but by the time the film was released in America the decision had been made to make Thunderball next so the credits were changed accordingly. See more »
Quotes James Bond: Do you expect me to talk?
Auric Goldfinger: No, Mr. Bond, I expect you to die!
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