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James Bond: The Man With The Golden Gun (Ultimate Edition) (2 Discs)

Released on 17 July 2006

Featuring: Roger Moore, Britt Ekland & Maud Adams

Format: DVD | Rating: PG

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James Bond (Roger Moore) may have met his match in Francisco Scaramanga (Christopher Lee), a world-renowned assassin whose weapon of choice is a distinctive gold pistol. When Scaramanga seizes the priceless Solex Agitator energy converter, Agent 007 must recover the device and confront the trained killer in a heart-stopping duel to the death!
  • Audio commentary from director Guy Hamilton and members of the cast & crew
  • Newly recorded audio commentary from Roger Moore!
  • 'Inside The Man With The Golden Gun': an original documentary
  • 'Double-O Stuntmen': a look at the greatest stunts and stunt performers in the Bond films
  • Roger Moore and Herve Villechaize on the Russell Harty Show
  • On location with 'The Man With The Golden Gun'
  • Guy Hamilton: the director speaks out
  • Girls fighting
  • American Thrill Show stunt film
  • 'The Road To Bond': stunt co-ordinator W.J. Milligan Jr.
  • Interactive guide to the world of 'The Man With The Golden Gun'
  • '007 - Licence To Restore': a featurette detailing the Bond Ultimate Edition restoration process
  • Original trailers
  • TV spots
  • Photo gallery
  • Radio communications

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 ALL THAT GLITTERS IS NOT GOLD !

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This Moore outing is pretty average, even by his standards, But still way better than Moors final outing.
Bond faces Christopher Lee as Scaramanga, a world renowned asassin whose weapon of choice is a distinctive golden pistol. with all it's faults, there is still much to enjoy in this movie.Moore does his one liners and eyebrow acting to perfection, Britt Ekland is beautiful to look at, and we also have the amazing barrel rolling car stunt. This movie is a slight improvement on Live And Let Die. But cannot compare to Connery's early outings.

 ALL THAT GLITTERS IS NOT GOLD !

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This Moore outing is pretty average, even by his standards, But still way better than Moors final outing.
Bond faces Christopher Lee as Scaramanga, a world renowned asassin whose weapon of choice is a distinctive golden pistol. with all it's faults, there is still much to enjoy in this movie.Moore does his one liners and eyebrow acting to perfection, Britt Ekland is beautiful to look at, and we also have the amazing barrel rolling car stunt. This movie is a slight improvement on Live And Let Die. But cannot compare to Connery's early outings.

 Great film

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Loved it. Christopher Lee as Scaramanga was great and I loved Nick Nack. Roger Moore is great as Bond and added more to the film.

 A Standard Bond Yarn With Hidden Treasures

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The Man With The Golden Gun (1974) - ***
Roger Moore's second appearance as 007 has a staple Bond set up, complete with baddie lair, physically distinctive henchman and tragic girl. What lets it down is it's tendency for corniness, a flaw which would return to haunt Moore's reign as the super spy again and again. Christopher Lee puts in a lazy performance as Scaramanga, and Britt Ekland is truly awful as Bond's useless fellow agent and subsequent distraction. What makes this worth a watch is it's fantastic theme tune by Lulu, a second appearance by the hilarious Sheriff J.W. Pepper, a great sequence in karate school and Scaramanga's ingenius hall of mirrors.

 Bond franchise shows signs of fatigue in 9th Bond film...

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"The man with the golden gun" is generally considered to be the weakest of all the Bond films, which is a little unfair, to be honest. While it seems apparent from watching the film that the Bond team were fatigued and running short of inspiration, there is still a lot of good stuff here. It is one of the least distinguished of all the Bond films, but you may be surprised at how much better it is than you remembered when you sit down and see it again.

Roger Moore still looks great as Bond and gives a more assured and confident performance than in "Live and let die". Christopher Lee is excellent as Scaramanga, the world's number one assassin. He is so charismatic you almost don't want to see him get killed. Maud Adams provides classy support as his doomed, tragic girlfriend. The visuals are, once again, wonderfully exotic.

Unfortunately, the script could have done with a lot more clarity and, while the film starts brilliantly, it does run out of steam about two-thirds of the way through. The climax on Scaramanga's island lacks tension and spectacle and Christopher Lee is never allowed to be as menacing as he should be.

Nonetheless, this is an underrated Bond film.

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ActorsRoger Moore, Britt Ekland, Maud Adams, Christopher Lee, Herve Villechaize, Lois Maxwell, Bernard Lee, Desmond Llewelyn, Clifton James, Richard Loo & Carmen du Sautoy
DirectorGuy Hamilton
CertificatePG
Year1974
ScreenWidescreen 1.85:1 Anamorphic
LanguagesEnglish - Dolby Digital (5.1) ; DTS
SubtitlesEnglish for the hearing impaired ; Danish ; Dutch ; English ; Finnish ; Greek ; Hindi ; Norwegian ; Swedish
Duration2 hours (approx)
RegionRegion 2 - Will only play on European Region 2 or multi-region DVD players.