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
Lewis Gilbert originally turned down the directing job on this movie. He accepted after producer Albert R. Broccoli called him, saying: "You can't give up this job. It's the largest audience in the world." See more »
When Bond is fighting Hans, Hans throws one punch that doesn't even come close to making contact, but a sound effect is played as if it connected. See more »
Really that is it. Then accidents happen, aeroplanes don't hit the target and a whole construction is discovered yet no one knows how or when it was constructed.
Anyway some chicks in bikini is a bonus so I bought it on DVD>
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