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After Moore was chosen, Billington remained on the top of the list in the event that Moore declined to come back for the next film. Moore, who had been considered by the producers before both Dr. Mankiewicz had thought of turning Solitaire into a black woman, and Diana Ross was his first choice. Mankiewicz created Sheriff J. Pepper to add comic relief. Hedison had said "I was sure that would be my first and last", before being cast again.
Madeline Smithwho played Miss Carusosharing Bond's bed in the film's opening, was recommended for the part by Roger Moore after he had appeared with her on television. Smith said that Moore was extremely polite to work with, but she felt very uncomfortable being clad in only blue bikini panties while Moore's wife was on set overseeing the scene.
He was then appearing in the television series Follyfootbut was written out of three episodes to appear in the film. Lois Maxwell had only been included in Diamonds Are Forever during filming as a late addition, as she had asked for a pay increase. Moore later wrote that Maxwell celebrated the double-pay-day by purchasing a fur coat.
Principal photography began in Octoberin Louisiana. For a while, only the second unit was shooting after Moore was diagnosed with kidney stones. In November production moved to Jamaicawhich represented the fictional San Monique. In December, production was divided between interiors in Pinewood Studios and location shooting in Harlem. When the money ran out, they were forced to leave.
Yaphet Kotto later stated "There were so many problems with that script I was too afraid of coming off like Mantan Moreland I had to dig deep in my soul and brain and come up with a level of reality that would offset the sea of stereotype crap that Tom Mankiewicz wrote that had nothing to do with the Black experience or culture. The entire experience was not as rewarding as I wanted it to be. Ross Kananga suggested the stunt of Bond jumping on crocodiles, and was enlisted by the producers to perform it.
The script supervisor was so afraid that she refused to be on set with them, an actor fainted while filming a scene where he is killed by a snake, Jane Seymour became terrified as a reptile got closer, and Geoffrey Holder only agreed to fall into the snake-filled casket because Princess Alexandra was visiting the set.
The boat chase was filmed in Louisiana around the Irish Bayou area, Kananga - Various - Playing Time (Vinyl), with some interruption caused by flooding. The chase involving the double-decker bus was filmed with a former London bus adapted by having a top section removed, and then placed back in situ running on ball bearings to allow it to slide off on impact. The stunts involving the bus were performed by Maurice Patchett, a London Transport bus driving instructor.
However his fee was too much for the film budget. John Barrywho had worked on the previous five films and orchestrated the " James Bond Theme ", was unavailable during production. Broccoli and Saltzman instead asked Paul McCartney to write the theme song. Producers hired B. Arnau to record and perform the title song, not realising McCartney intended to perform it. Arnau's version was featured in the film, when the singer performs it in a night club that Bond visits.
The Olympia Brass Band has a notable part in "Live and Let Die", where they lead a funeral march for a soon-to-be assassination victim. Trumpeter Alvin Alcorn plays the killer. The piece of music the band plays at the beginning of the funeral march is " Just a Closer Walk with Thee ". After the agent is stabbed, the band starts playing the more lively "Joe Avery's Piece", a. The film was released in the United States on 27 June The film holds the record for the most viewed broadcast film on television in the United Kingdom by attracting Roger Ebert of the Chicago Sun-Times stated that Moore "has the superficial attributes for the job: The urbanity, the quizzically raised eyebrow, the calm under fire and in bed".
However, he felt that Moore wasn't satisfactory in living up to the legacy left by Sean Connery in the preceding films. He rated the villains "a little banal", adding that the film "doesn't have a Bond villain worthy of the Goldfingers, Dr. Nos and Oddjobs of the past. Or lack of it. The level of invention is high, but now and again you do sense the strain of always having to try harder because you're No.
If one menacing viper is good, three or a coffinful full are not inevitably better. But the action never slumps, and the series never seemed more like a real cartoon. The Tom Mankiewicz script, faced with a real-world crisis in the villain sector, reveals that plot lines have descended further to the level of the old Saturday afternoon serial, and the treatment is more than ever like a cartoon. Unchanged are the always-dubious moral values and the action set pieces. Guy Hamilton's direction is good.
Big is the worst villain of the Roger Moore James Bond films. He stated that "Connery and Lazenby had an air of concealed thuggishness, clenched fists at the ready, but in Moore's case a sardonic quip and a raised eyebrow are his deadliest weapons". The movie stumbles along most of the way. On one side we get the use of alligators as stepping stones and the pompous pitbull of rootin' tootin' Sheriff Pepper caught up in the thrilling boat chase.
The website's critical consensus reads: "While not one of the highest-rated Bond films, Live and Let Die finds Roger Moore adding his stamp to the series with flashes of style and an improved sense of humor. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Redirected from Dr. Theatrical release poster by Robert McGinnis. Eon Productions. Release date. Running time. Main article: Live and Let Die soundtrack. Film portal. Retrieved 11 May Live and Let Die Audio commentary 1.
Live and Let DieUltimate Edition, disk 1. Archived from the original on 17 February Retrieved 19 November Her Majesty's Secret Servant. Archived from the original on 24 February Retrieved 24 February Taurus Books, Harry N. Abrams Books The History Press, June Live and Let DieUltimate Edition, disk 2.
Archived from the original on 26 May Retrieved 6 November Cult Film Freaks. The Seattle Times. Archived from the original on 24 May The New York Times.
Smithsonian Magazine. Retrieved 14 August Manchester University Press. Jon Burlingame. Oxford University Press Archived from the original on 1 October Retrieved 29 June The Numbers. Archived from the original on 31 May Retrieved 31 October Retrieved 1 January Electronic Telegraph. Archived from the original on 13 June Retrieved 13 October Chicago Sun-Times. Archived from the original on 27 October When the waiter at the Fillet of Soul restaurant brings Bond his drink, the table wall starts to spin and the waiter takes the bill out of Bond's hand and keeps the drink.
When Bond is on the other side of the wall, he stands up and the bill is still in his and he then puts the bill in his jacket pocket. During the boat chase, the other boat is close behind Bond's, yet when Bond's boat is "hiding," the water is perfectly calm. In reality, there would have been no time for the wake from Bond's boat to dissipate.
The first time we see Kananga's limousine parked outside the Fillet of Soul restaurant in Harlem, the driver's side window is rolled down. In the second shot of it, the window is rolled up. Kananga hits Solitaire across the face with such force that she falls to the ground. In the next scene when Solitaire is looking up there is no mark on her face, not even a red mark, and no bruise is present later. In the opening scene, the voodoo priest is carrying a green snake with the snake's mouth agape, and he is holding it about 15cm from the head when the scene is on the priest.
However, on the close-ups of the man tied to the stake, the priest is holding the snake right behind the head, as one might do with a poisonous snake. After Whisper shoots Bond's driver with the side-view mirror dart, Bond takes the wheel from the back seat. We see and hear the rear-view mirror on Bond's car get broken off. In the next shot of the car head-on, after Bond swerves by the Blue Cadillac, the rear-view mirror is intact.
When Bond fans out the tarot cards and tells Solitaire to pick one, the deck is perfectly fanned and there appear to be at least fifty cards in the deck, however as she takes a card, the deck in Bond's hand is now haphazardly arranged and there clearly aren't more than fifteen or twenty cards. Billy-Bob's boat starts out with no scrape marks on the hull, but but the scrape marks disappear and reappear from shot to shot. When Bond and Solitaire escape the island and return to New Orleans, at the airport they are driven off in a taxi.
The taxi driver's hands are white but when the scene cuts to an internal shot, the driver is black. When Bond is en route to NY and his driver is killed the car swerves into the left lane.
The next shot shows Bond telling the driver to "take it easy", but the scenery behind Bond through back window of the car still shows them as being in the center lane. There is no damage to the wing but the next shot clearly shows that the plane has a lot of damage to roof of the cabin. But it could very well be a prop which has been rescued from the Mojave Desert airplane graveyard Davis-Monthan.
They also have "" printed on the backs. Yet the "Death" card held by Baron Samedi, and later found by Bond and Leiter, is from a different deck. Hall's "Death" card features a scythe-wielding, cape-clad skeleton standing against a red sky.
When Bond has finished talking to Felix on the phone upon arriving in New York, the car that he is in drives under the Manhattan Bridge. Shortly after Bond's driver, Charlie, is hit with the dart we see Manhattan Bridge in front of them.
Bond struggles to guide the runaway car along the center lane between traffic in the other two lanes - but after he almost collides with a red car, the rearwards shot shows that all the other cars have suddenly lined up behind Bond's.
Bond burns Rosie's wrist, yet she immediately forgets the sharp pain. When Bond is stranded on the island with Alligators crawling towards him, he uses the magnetic Kananga - Various - Playing Time (Vinyl) to pull a metal canoe towards him.
Several minutes later, while driving in the getaway boat, he is not wearing the Rolex but a watch with a completely different bracelet. There are two scenes of funeral marches in New Orleans; one at the very beginning, and one in the middle of the film. They were both obviously shot at the same time: the sun and shadows are the same, the marchers and dancers are wearing the exact same cloths, and the extras hanging around a doorway across the street are identical.
When Bond lands the flying kite he whips off his trousers, showing that he's got another pair underneath, and his jacket then when he's next seen he's got a different jacket on. When Bond and Solitaire are tied up on the winch, Kananga cuts Bond's arm with a knife. When Whisper starts the winch, a close-up of Bond's arm shows that the long angled cut starts much lower down than previously.
When Kananga shoots the couch Whisper is sitting on with the gas pellets, the couch begins to inflate. Whisper literally disappears completely off screen when the couch explodes, and then instantly re-appears a second afterward as if he never left the couch.
When Bond is in the Fillet of Soul restaurant and receives his drink from the waiter, as he asks for information, the table wall starts to spin. While Bond is spinning, he stands up.
However, when Bond is on the other side of the wall, he is sat down and still as if he never moved. At the beginning when M wants to retrieve his coat an Moneypenny gets it for him so that he wont discover the girl hiding in Bonds wardrobe, she seems to know where M put it even though she arrived after M had put it in the wardrobe. The whole crew and spectators are reflected in the cab's window when Bond leaves the Voodoo shop.
When being chased by road by the police etc, when the police cars Kananga - Various - Playing Time (Vinyl), the stuntman wearing a helmet can clearly be seen behind the steering wheel. The wake from one of the camera boats is visible in one of the boat chase scenes. But he somehow travels on the Franklin D. Roosevelt Drive southbound all the way to the Battery Park when in reality driver would have taken Midtown tunnel instead, or would have traveled northbound on FDR from Brooklyn-Battery tunnel.
In order for Tee Hee to be able to break the gun, he would need to have quite a bit of strength in both his claw and his real hand equally, otherwise the gun would just slip out of his hand when he tried to bend it. The "Death" card is interpreted literally in the film. The common interpretation of this card is the end of process and beginning of new one, not actual death. Despite being used as a weapon to kill him, the snake Bond kills in his hotel room is actually a non-poisonous species.
In the U. In the train scene, Tee Hee opens the electric isolator box and uses his claw to short circuit the power. The lights only go out when his claw makes the short circuit. But electrical isolators are safety manufactured in that when the handle is turned to open the box, the power is automatically switched off. Despite being handled as poisonous, there are actually no poisonous snakes in Baron Samedi's casket. The snakes are mostly pythons and tree boas, all non-venomous.
In the beginning of the movie, when Bond is showing his tricked-out watch to M, he states it produces a magnetic field strong enough to deflect a bullet. However, bullets are made of lead, a metal not attracted to nor repelled by a magnet and therefore unaffected by a magnetic field. Tee Hee could not bend bonds gun with his hook whilst holding the gun with his normal hand.
The gun would have to be anchored to something firm a normal hand would not be able to withstand the pressure imposed upon it by Kananga - Various - Playing Time (Vinyl) act of bending the gun. Bond is leaning over to steer the runaway car from the back seat when it leaps across a stone staircase then smashes into a van, yet he is not catapulted through the windscreen, then emerges completely unharmed and still perfectly groomed. When Kananga shoots the inflatable couch where Whisper is sitting, the couch should just deflate through the hole the gas bullet would have left.
It might inflate a little, but it would likely quickly fail by tearing around the bullet hole. When Kananga asks to see Bond's watch, he inspects it and states the registration number. An authentic Rolex does not have a visible registration number. The serial number, as it is called by Rolex, is inside the case which requires opening the watch and removing the working parts. The side of the case touching the wrist is plain without any lettering, insignia, or numbers.
It is too cold for crocodiles to live in Louisiana. Only alligators live there. Miss Caruso has been hiding from 'M' when Bond uses his watch-magnet to open the wardrobe door, then undo the zipper on her dress. However, he does this by simply pointing the magnet at them, when it should be like it pulls an invisible string. Having turned his after shave canister into a flame Kananga - Various - Playing Time (Vinyl) to deal with the snake why didn't it set fire to the bath mat? On the boat Quarrel Rosie points a Smith and Wesson 19 at Quarrel and he tells her that she forgot to take the safety off however that gun does not have a safety.
Solitaire is not just being possessive over ordering Bond to put down her cards, she has a valid reason as many tarot card readers do not allow others to touch their cards unless they are shuffling them for a reading, and certainly not as something to play with and shuffle like Bond was; the cards can become "contaminated" due to absorbing someone else's psychic energy.
When in the bathroom, while the snake is heading towards him, Bond uses the shaving lotion container as a flame thrower. This is not possible using a cigar to light it up. You need an open flame to do so. Red candles during a tarot card reading are an odd choice as red traditionally means love and passion, orange would have been more appropriate for someone foreseeing the future.
In the opening sequence, when the snake man is holding it around the agent it is clear that the snake is made of rubber since you never see it's mouth or it's tongue moving. And when it bites, the agent dies immediately. When sheriff Pepper "radio" calls Billy Bob to get his boat and hurry up, Billy Bob answers out loud "I'm on my way" with out even touching the radio as if Pepper would be there.
For someone who is supposedly so virginal, Solitaire has no problems at the Embassy taking half of her clothes off in-front of a group of men to reveal her satin slip, and then getting changed with the doors to her room open. The only place in the world where alligators and crocodiles meet in the wild is in the Everglades of Florida, where salt and fresh water meet in estuaries. But Tee Hee's Louisiana crocodile farm is not in the wild, it is where captive crocodiles have been bred by humans.
During the fight scene on the train between Bond and Tee-Hee the train car window breaks. Yet after Tee-Hee's ejected, Bond raises the window and the glass is intact. However, the window that breaks is a narrower one near the opening to the bathroom. The wider window does not break. Both windows can be seen briefly after Tee-Hee breaks the ladder.
When Mr. So he asks Tee-Hee to pass him Bond's Rolex Submariner watch, and apparently reads the registration number on its back. In fact, there are no numbers on the back of Rolex watches, for the serial number and model numbers are hidden between the watches lugs and can only be seen by removing the bracelet.
However, what Mr. Big actually says is, "On the back of Mr. Bond's watch, I see the registration number: ", and immediately asks, "Do I speak the truth"? Therefore, it is acceptable that Kananga could simply be bluffing, and since he can't see any number, he expected the answer to his question to be no, whether that was the real number or not. Big shoots the couch with a shark gun pellet, causing it to inflate and explode.
The couch is a big balloon, with no stuffing. Inflatable couches of that type were a fad available for purchase for your 'mod' apartment in the s and s. Quarrel was killed in Dr.
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