During the height of the Cold War, the United States and the Soviet Union lose one spacecraft each after they are both seemingly swallowed whole by a second unidentified spacecraft. The two superpowers are quick to blame one another for the disappearances, causing tensions to skyrocket. The United Kingdom has an alternate theory regarding the disappearances however, a theory involving Japan, and sends their number one spy, James Bond, to investigate there. With the help of the Japanese Secret Service, he uncovers a plot far more sinister than anyone could have ever imagined.Written by
Sabina Sesselmann was considered for the part of Helga Brandt. See more »
During the fight between Bond and the driver at Osato Chemicals, Bond flips the driver over his back and he drops the samurai sword. When the sword drops, it bounces on the floor and bends out of shape. See more »
THE END of YOU ONLY LIVE TWICE but James Bond will be back ON HER MAJESTY'S SECRET SERVICE See more »
The recent airing of "You Only Live Twice" during the Bond Picture Show on ABC, featured some differences. The opening song by Nancy Sinatra was altered to have the song sound like it is going a little faster. New opening credit graphic titles were created in the Lydian Font. (The original theatrical prints featured them in the Flare Gothic font.) The arrangement of the credits remained the same. Maurice Binder's original opening background designs were unaltered. See more »
A lot of action, adventures in land and sea, gorgeous Bond girls, Rocket's crisis between great powers, a disguised and evil villain, everything has in the quite good Bond movie, nothing serious really, but delightful and enjoyable adventure in Japan, showing a very rare and amazing spots around, a marvelous and breathtaking landscape the movie and the great and unforgettable Japanese actor Tetsuro Tamba of so many magnificent Samurai's pictures!!
First watch: 1985 / How many: 3 / Source: TV-DVD-Blu-Ray / Rating: 8
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