Live and Let Die

Live and Let Die (1973)

Ending / spoiler

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.

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On a previous scouting mission for the film, the team passed a roadside sign on a gate which read "Trespassers Will Be Eaten" - this transpired to be a Jamaican crocodile farm, owned by one Ross Kananga. His father had been eaten by one of these beasts - he was always quick to point out which of the 1500 or so - and with his disregard for the dangers involved with his profession, he was widely regarded by the crew as being a lunatic. He obviously made an impression, though, as it was decided that his farm would be written into the script and even his name was used for that of the villain. Most of the stunts performed with these crocodiles in the film were done by Kananga himself. For one shot, however, Moore was required to stand on an island, surrounded by hungry reptiles. The actor suggested that a nice touch would be for him to wear crocodile shoes for the scene. The live animals were removed and replaced with fakes, and Moore placed on the island. Once the cameras started to roll, some of the fake crocodiles began edging towards the actor .

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