The Living Daylights

Bond destroys the plane filled with opium and infiltrates Whitaker's mansion. He enters Whitaker's "playroom" and gets attacked by his advanced weaponry. Bond kills him when he places a mini-bomb onto a stauette of the Duke of Wellington which falls on him. KGB Director Pushkin captures Russian traitor Koskov and Kara has an opening for her cello act. After the show, Bond and Kara engage in pleasurable activity.

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Factual error: In the "Soviet" base in Afghanistan, every equipment, from armoured carriers to light tanks, are of French manufactured. And the transport plane is American C-130 Hercules.

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James Bond: There are a few things I'd like to check out first, sir. That sniper, for instance.
M: Yes. I've read Saunders report. You jeopardized the entire mission to avoid shooting a beautiful girl.
James Bond: Not exactly, sir. I took a split second decision. It was instinct.

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Trivia: In his regular cameo role, producer Michael G Wilson appears in the audience at the Opera which Bond and Kara attend in Vienna. He can be seen sitting next-but-one to Saunders.

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Question: What exactly happened to Koskov at the end? Pushkin said something like "Put him on a Plane in a diplomatic bag" but was he just being sarcastic or what?

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Chosen answer: He says, "Put him on the first plane to Moscow...", making Koskov think he was going to live, but then Pushkin adds, "...in a diplomatic bag." He is being transported back to Russia in a bag...hence, he will be quite dead.

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