Question: The opening scene shows a military base with an equestrian event taking pace, which Bond infiltrates and places a bomb in an aircraft before getting caught, then escapes with the aid of his assistant and a small jet aircraft. How was this related to the rest of the plot?
Question: Was Kristina Wayborn's descent from the balcony (in which she tips herself backwards and slides down using her sari as a rope) really carried out as shown? I would have thought that she should plummet to the ground much faster - too fast to be sure of landing feet first - and risk a broken bone or more. Are we to assume that Bond girls have magical powers or that the sequence was slowed down for dramatic effect?
Question: Why was the Walther P5 used in this film, instead of the PPK? Bond refers to it as the PPK, when he informs Q he 'misplaced it' but, the prop used was the P5.
Question: Kamal Khan says "You need a great deal of luck to get out of this", to which Bond replies something like "Oh luck, then I'll take player's privilege, and use your lucky dice. It's all in the wrist." Is "player's privilege" a thing in backgammon where you can use the opponent's dice, or is that just a witty line Bond uses to effectively say "I've got you"?