You Only Live Twice (1967) was a Action - Adventure Film directed by Lewis Gilbert and produced by Harry Saltzman and Albert R. Broccoli.
You Only Live Twice (1967)By Beatrice on Nov 6, 2019 From Flickers in Time
You Only Live Twice Directed by Lewis Gilbert Written by Roald Dahl from a novel by Ian Fleming 1967/UK Eon Productions First viewing/Amazon Prime James Bond: Oh, no. I like sake. Especially when it’s served at the correct temperature: 98.4 degrees fahrenheit like this is. 1967’s Bond en... Read full article
You Only Live Twice (1967, Lewis Gilbert)on May 31, 2009 From The Stop Button
My wife walked out on You Only Live Twice. She got up and left about forty minutes in. I finished it because I figured forty minutes was halfway and I could make it. It was tough. The film’s memorable because of the beginning, where James Bond dies. It’s an interesting scene, even though... Read full article
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First Bond film in which 007 does not visit Britain at all. Because of this plot point, M and Miss Moneypenny are given portable offices - a gimmick reused in The Man with the Golden Gun, The Spy Who Loved Me, and Moonraker.
The novel of "You Only Live Twice" was the last Ian Fleming James Bond novel published during his lifetime. Released on 16 March 1964, it was the twelfth novel in the series. For the first time in the James Bond film series, the screen story bore little resemblance to the source novel. Some characters and the Japanese setting remain intact, as do several minor details (the oubliette, and the man wearing a face mask, etc.), but the two stories are radically different.
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