Visible crew/equipment: When 007 takes the taxi outside the Oh Voodoo Cult Shop, you can see the reflection of the crew on the window of the car.
Bond places timers in Kananga's poppy fields which he uses for heroin. He attacks a Voodoo ceremony where a priest is about to kill Solitare with a snake bite but he shoots the priest and then Baron Samedi arrives. Bond shoots him in the head but it is only a dummy. The real Samedi arrives but Bond knocks him in a coffin filled with snakes and dies. Bond finds a way into Kananga's lair and kills him by putting a heavy duty air capsule into his mouth which makes him inflate and explode. Bond and Solitare take a train to New York but Kananga's henchman attacks but is thrown off the train.
Trivia: With so many black actors, most of which were cast as villains in the film, producers wanted to write in another character, a comedy part, to draw attention away. New York actor Clifton James was cast in the role of "Sherriff J W Pepper", (he was so popular that he would turn up again the next Bond film).
Question: Is this the only Bond film where the title song is being sung by a character during the film?
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