Trivia: The disclaimer, "Neither the name Zorin nor any other name or character in this film is meant to portray a real company or actual person" was added after the producers discovered a real company known as Zoran Ladicorbic Ltd, whose industry was fashion design. This is the first Bond film to begin with a disclaimer.
Trivia: The San Francisco city council did not allow Zorin's death (falling from the Golden Gate) to be shot for fear that it might "inspire" suicides, so optical tricks had to be used.
Trivia: The lines "What a view," and "To a kill," were once subtitled in Sweden as "What a view," and "Yeah, Tokyo."
Trivia: Duran Duran's theme tune from the film became the first Bond film theme to top the U.S. Billboard charts.
Trivia: As already mentioned, this is Lois Maxwell's last film as Miss Moneypenny. However, before she left, she approached the film makers to suggest she come back playing the role of M. The makers declined, saying they didn't think a woman could play M. Ten years later Judi Dench took over the role.
Trivia: When Bond and Stacey walk out of the shack at Silicon Valley, Stacey is wearing a set of miner's overalls to which Bond remarks, "Pity you couldn't find one that fits." Sir Roger Moore ad-libbed this line and the dirty look Tanya Roberts gives him was real. Roberts had refused to film the scene until she had a pair of custom-made overalls that flattered her figure, and because she was so difficult to work with, the producers decided to keep the scene in the movie.
Trivia: Several crew members were nearly killed when the Iceberg sub from the pre-title sequence flipped over.