Best Bond movie audio problems of all time
Audio problem: When Bond and Honey are on the beach the hoods of Dr No come by boat. On the boat there is a guy shouting through a megaphone. As they sail away again the man waves the megaphone to his comrades and says "Full Speed Ahead". Yet his voice sounds identical to when he was speaking through the megaphone, though he isn't holding it to his mouth anymore.
Audio problem: When Bond arrives at the King Industries place where he meets Elektra King, watch the man he talks to when he gets out of his car. It is painfully obvious that the man's mouth is not in sync with what he is saying. Even worse, the voice is not even his. It is slightly higher-pitched than the man's real voice when he finally talks right.
Audio problem: After Bond sets the timer on the bomb at the end, the ticks don't add up. There's a definite tick each second, and you can count 12 of them after he starts it, then we cut back to the bomb and only 7 seconds have passed. (As a vague trivia aside, coincidence though it is, on the UK DVD he pulls the pin out at the DVD second timer ticks onto "07").
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Audio problem: During the scene where Bond has to make his way back into the control room, he asks Tiger Tanaka to cover for him. Tiger does so with an MP-40 submachine gun. It's the loudest gun on screen when Tiger is firing it and has the MP-40's distinctive clatter. So far, so good. However, watch the gun's muzzle flashes (the MP-38, MP-38/40, and MP-40 as well as the MP-41 all have cyclic rates slow enough to distinguish between individual shots). When Tiger fires the first burst out of the gun, it corresponds perfectly well with the muzzle flashes. However, after cutting to Bond and then back again to Tiger, something went wrong. The muzzle flashes don't correspond at all to the firing noises from this point onward. In fact, when Tanaka takes his finger off the trigger momentarily to presumably prevent muzzle climb or let the barrel cool for an instant, the firing noises keep going.
Audio problem: In the scene where James Bond and Wai Lin are introduced to Mr. Carver and Mr. Stamper, Carver says that when Stamper removes Bond's heart, " there should be just enough time for him to watch it stop beating". While saying this, he turns to walk towards his desk and his lips don't move at all. His quote was obviously added in post-production.