On Her Majesty's Secret Service

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10/10. I found this to be one of the best Bond movies ever made.George Lazenby was my favorite of the Bonds.He oozed charm and charisma with ease just as much as Connery.If they'd had faith in him he could've done more.Still it's a fun romp with him, Diana Riggs, and Telly Salvalas.I found Salvalas almost as good as Donald Pleasence in the role of Ernest Stavro Blofeld. The plot of germ warfare is actually good and considering bio weapons of now, this now becomes more relevant.Diana playing the only woman who ever won Bond's heart is great as was she.She was one of the best Bond women, showing a mix of independence, charm, wit, and toughness. The movie never sags at any point, it's tight and crisp not wishing we the audience to be bored.This is how Hollywood should still be, caring about their audience regarding the product instead of rushing things.If a list of the 10 best James Bond movies were made I'd put it in this order: 1. Dr No, 2. Goldfinger, 3. On Her Majesty's Secret Service 4.License To Kill 5. From Russia With Love 6. Man With The Golden Gun 7. Live And Let Die 8. Goldeneye 9. You Only Live Twice 10. SkyFall.

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Revealing mistake: When Bond throws a Blofeld henchman off a cliff near Piz Gloria in the Alps you can see that it is a dummy as it's arm swings round and wraps around the whole dummy.

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Tracy: You're very sure of yourself, aren't you? Suppose I were to kill you for a thrill.
James Bond: I can think of something more sociable to do.

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Trivia: In the scene where Draco is talking to Bond, in Draco's office, look closely at the picture in the portrait frame on the bookcase, in the background. The lady in the picture is Diana Rigg's mother. (Possibly an "in-joke" by the Bond production team?)

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Answer: It's ambiguous. Most likely both were targeted to be killed.

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