Revealing mistake: The shot of the two nuclear missiles being launched is used twice, just reversed. They seem to have changed the saturation slightly in one of them to make it look different, but there are identical clouds at the top left/top right in both shots, ruining the trick.
Trivia: This applies to Moonraker too - Jaws' "teeth" were so painful that actor Richard Kiel could only keep them in for a few seconds at a time, which is why you don't get too many long shots with them visible. He only wore them when he needed to open his mouth.
Trivia: Due to his failing eyesight, cinematographer Claude Renoir was unable to see to the end of the supertanker set, forcing Production Designer Ken Adam to ask friend Stanley Kubrick to supervise lighting for the set. Kubrick agreed on condition of complete secrecy of his involvement.
James Bond: Which bullet has my name on it? The first or the last? Major Anya Amasova: I have never failed on a mission, Commander. Any mission. James Bond: In that case, Major, one of us is bound to end up gravely disappointed, because neither have I.
Captain Carter: That armour plating must be inches thick. We'll never get through it. James Bond: Come on, let's go to the armoury. Captain Carter: The armoury? What do you expect to find there? James Bond: A nuclear missile.
Question: Has there ever been a backstory written for Jaws? I would love to know where he came from, and how he came to be, so I was wondering if there has ever been one written, and where I can find it.
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