In the scene where Bond is in the rocket sled he is in the ice palace. But when you see the bad guy with the binoculars looking out the window, in the reflection of the binoculars it shows a desert type of land. See more...
Bond reads from "Birds of the West Indies", which has the author's name scratched out. That's a real book, and was written by a man called James Bond - Ian Fleming used the name for his novels. See more...
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|Title||Die Another Day|
|Original entry||Given the amount of time Bond was maltreated by the North Koreans you'd think he would have suffered the effects of malnourishment (lost weight, muscle tone). Yet when he is seen bare-chested after the prisoner exchange, he appears perfectly fit and is able to win a physically demanding sword fight against Gustav Graves.|