For Your Eyes Only

Audio problem: When Bond and Lisl are drinking champagne, Lisl says "Cheers" and Bond says, "Bottoms up", but his mouth does not move when he says it.

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Suggested correction: His mouth does move, just not animatedly. Need Blu-ray to see it properly.


Audio problem: When the helicopter pilot is electrocuted a loud yell is heard, but his mouth is not moving.


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Suggested correction: His hand blocks the view of his mouth, which does appear to move (or his lips certainly do).


His yell is heard half a second before he covers his mouth, and he doesn't move his jaw given how loud he screams. (Min 2:04).


Audio problem: When Bond shoots Locque on the shoulder, he yells but does not open his mouth.

Audio problem: When Bibi says "You can go to hell!" to Kristatos, a slapping sound can be heard before Kristatos's hand makes contact with her face.

Audio problem: During the car chase in Spain, Bond says "Take the low road". Melina's 2CV gets flipped over, with Bond and Melina inside, and Bond then says "Not THAT low". However, his mouth keeps moving as if he is saying something else, but no words are coming out.

Audio problem: When Colombo pulls out Bond's gun it makes a noise like the top is pulled back. But he takes it out with one hand, and the hammer has not been pulled back. Even if he pulled back the hammer with a finger (which he doesn't) it wouldn't make that sound.

Jacob La Cour

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Trivia: British model Caroline Cossey, who appeared as one of the women in the film, was revealed after the film to be a transsexual. She was born a man.

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Question: Is this the only Bond film that features any references to Tracy Bond (other than the given "On Her Majesty's...")?

Answer: It's mentioned he was married in The Spy Who Loved Me and Licence to Kill.

Grumpy Scot

Answer: It is also vaguely alluded to in The World is Not Enough. When Electra asks Bond, "tell me, Mr. Bond, ha- have you ever lost a loved one." And it's written all over his face, so to speak.

Alan Keddie

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