Trivia: During the Istanbul ferry journey, the Maiden's Tower is visible in the background. This was later featured as Renard and Elektra's lair in the 1999 Bond film "The World Is Not Enough."
Trivia: It's mentioned elsewhere that Pedro Armendáriz had terminal cancer and committed suicide shortly after filming his scenes. However, he was determined to finish his role in the film first in order to provide for his family. During the scene where Bond shoots Krilencu for him, and Kerim Bey uses his shoulder to brace the rifle for Bond, Sean Connery was actually holding Armendáriz up so that he could complete the scene.
Trivia: Peter Burton, who played Major Boothroyd in "Dr No", was unavailable for this film, so Desmond Llewelyn replaced him. Llewelyn's name does not appear in the opening title sequence and is reserved for the closing credits, where he is credited as "Boothroyd." The character is not referred to by this name in the film, though M does introduce him as being from Q Branch.
Trivia: During filming, director Terence Young and a camerman nearly drowned when their helicopter crashed into the sea while filming a key sequence. They were rescued by other members of the film crew, and Young was back behind the camera thirty minutes after being rescued.
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