When the police car Bond has lasered through splits in half, the metal on either side of the wheels has been cleanly cut but the wheels themselves are undamaged, despite the fact that Bond never switched it off. See more...
The "Red Cross" helicopter seen in this movie (registration G-HUEY) has an interesting history of its own. It is a Bell UH-1H that originally belonged to the Argentinean Army, and was captured by British Forces at Port Stanley during the 1982 war in the Falkland Islands See more...
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|Title||The Living Daylights|
|Original entry||In the sniper scene, Bond is asked if he wishes to use the soft-nosed bullets to kill the potential assassin to which he replies, 'No the steel-tipped'. There isn't any lip movement, however, after the word 'no'.|