Revealing mistake: During the fight scene in the belly dancer's room, Bond spins the bald guy around to avoid being hit by a chair. When the bald guy gets hit in the back with the chair, you can see a large rectangle of padding under his jacket.
Continuity mistake: During the chase scene with the police, Bond swerves past a driver in a dark green 1956 Plymouth Savoy. As the police cars pass the Plymouth, the scene cuts to an inside shot of the car with the driver yelling. Then, the driver loses control of the car and rolls it over. The car that crashes is a green 1955 Chevrolet 210 series, not the 1956 Plymouth.
Visible crew/equipment: When Bond tries to get the golden bullet from the belly dancer named Saheeda, some angry gangsters enter her dressing room. As they start destroying the place, you can see the crew in the mirror on the dressing table very clearly after one of the bad guys is knocked into it, nudging it out of position. (00:17:35)
Trivia: Although not well-known at the time, the film would be the last Bond movie that Harry Salzman would produce.
Trivia: When J. W. Pepper first notices Bond going by on the boat, some oriental music plays – the tune is the theme to "Live And Let Die" (this was the previous film where they first met). (01:00:00)
James Bond: Good evening. My name is Bond, James Bond. Your dancing is superb - and so are you.
Saida: Merci. And you are very handsome.
James Bond: Miss Anders... I didn't recognize you with your clothes on.
Question: Where is the golden gun now?
Question: Does Nick Nack die? Did he suffocate in the suitcase?
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