A woman wears a bikini most of the time at the end of the film. A man tells her that he likes seeing her in a bikini due to no concealed weapons.
A woman in a tight bikini accidentally pushes a button on a control panel with her bum. The shot focuses on her rear.
There is a belly dancer character. We see her dancing in one scene. She has a bra that shows off her big boobs and her belly is of course exposed. Bond kisses her stomach to retrieve her belly ring.


The opening titles have blurred reflections of naked women carousing and dancing. Ripples in the water and the credits censor the private parts for the most part. The title song however is infamous for its sexual euphemisms such as “who will he bang?”.
Scaramanga and his mistress lie fully clothed on a couch, kissing. Nothing more shown.
very inapporate scenes
The Bond tradition of silouettes of nude women in the opening titles.
Bond has sex with women in this movie. We don’t see more than some kissing though.
A woman (Chew Mee) is seen swimming completely naked in a swimming pool. She asks James to join her and he says “I’d like to, but the problem is that I don’t have any swimming trunks,” she replies, “Well that’s not a problem because nor have I.” When she turns to face Bond, full nudity is visible- although slightly blurred by the water.
One scene has Bond in a strip club called “Bottoms Up.” Only hair covers womens’ breasts, and they wear skimpy underwear.
We see a woman in a shower. The glass is frosted, but we can clearly see the outline of her naked body. As she opens the shower door, a very brief nipple flash can be clearly seen.
Lots of euphemisms and innuendo (much more than average 007 movies).

The villain has a deformity of three nipples on his chest.


Film review:Translated by www.rabudo-ru.com


The wedge of the golden Spearman is still very attractive. It uses a short but complete plot to outline the image of a mysterious and strange golden Spearman, which can be called the strong enemy of “bond”. However, after that, the tone of the video has basically turned to comedy. It can be said that it is the episode with the most funny elements in the first nine films. You may even ignore the theme of its spy film and take it as a comedy. In this regard, compared with the British humor of the former “bond” actor Sean Connery, Roger Moore’s natural and unrestrained style seems to be more suitable for such an American comedy model.

Confucius said, “only women and villains are difficult to raise.” This sentence has also been verified in this film. A woman (Bond girl) and a villain (dwarf) give 007 a headache. The “Bond girl” in this episode is the one with the most grass-roots flavor so far. It is neither beautiful nor temperament, but it has a silly and lovely energy. It has repeatedly helped “bond” and added a lot of chaos, which is ironic. The dwarfs under the golden Spearman are not fuel-efficient lamps. They are smart and crafty. They cause more trouble to “bond” than the golden Spearman. In this work, the fat Sheriff of the United States appeared in the last episode, and there are more scenes. I don’t know whether he will become a permanent role.

In addition, the role of golden gun man is also very characteristic. The shooting skill is accurate, polite and a little eccentric. I set up a set of mechanisms and dolls at home. I like to trick my opponent first and then shoot again. I didn’t expect that in the end, “bond” cheated himself by using dolls. It’s really no Zuo no die.

Finally, let’s mention the “solar energy” in the film. The world energy crisis broke out in the early 1970s, which made some people of insight realize the need to change the existing energy structure and set off a new upsurge in the development and utilization of solar energy. This upsurge continued until the oil price fell in the 1980s. The original novel created in 1964 can add this element, which shows that the author Ian Fleming still has a very advanced consciousness.

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