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The Man with the Golden Gun (film) - Wikipedia The Man with the Golden Gun (1974) is the ninth entry in the James Bond series and the second to star Roger Moore as the fictional MI6 agent James Bond.

The Man with the Golden Gun (film) The Man with the Golden Gun 1974 is the ninth spy film in the James Bond series to be produced by Eon Productions and the second to star Roger Moore as the fictional MI6 agent James Bond Golden Hits A loose adaptation of Ian Flemings novel of the same name the film has Bond sent after the Solex Agitator a device that can harness the power of the sun while facing the assassin Francisco Scaramanga the Man with the Golden Gun The action culminates in a duel between them that settles the fate of the Solex The Man with the Golden Gun was the fourth and final film in the series directed by Guy Hamilton The script was written by Richard Maibaum and Tom Mankiewicz The film was set in the face of the 1973 energy crisis a dominant theme in the script Britain had still not yet fully overcome the crisis when the film was released in December 1974 The film also reflects the then popular martial arts film craze with several kung fu scenes and a predominantly Asian location being set and shot in Thailand Hong Kong and Macau Part of the film is also set in Beirut Lebanon but it was not shot there The film saw mixed reviews Christopher Lees performance as Scaramanga intended to be a villain of similar skill and ability to Bond was praised but reviewers criticized the film as a whole particularly the comedic approach and some critics described it as the lowest point in the canon up to that point Although the film was profitable it is the fourth lowest grossing Bond film in the series It was also the last film to be coproduced by Albert R Broccoli and Harry Saltzman with Saltzman selling his 50 stake in Danjaq LLC the parent company of Eon Productions after the release of the film Contents 1 Plot 2 Cast 3 Production 3 1 Writing and themes 3 2 Casting 3 3 Filming 3 3 1 Golden Gun prop 3 4 Music 4 Release and reception 4 1 Contemporary reviews 4 2 Reflective reviews 5 See also 6 References 7 Sources 8 External links In London a golden bullet with James Bonds code 007 etched into its surface is received by MI6 It is believed that it was sent by the famed assassin Francisco Scaramanga who uses a golden gun to intimidate the agent Because of the perceived threat to the agents life M relieves Bond of a mission revolving around the work of the solar energy scientist named Gibson thought to be in possession of information crucial to solving the energy crisis with solar power Bond sets out unofficially to locate Scaramanga After retrieving a spent golden bullet from a belly dancer in Beirut and tracking its manufacturer to Macau Bond encounters Andrea Anders Scaramangas mistress collecting the shipment of golden bullets at a casino Bond follows her to Hong Kong and in her Peninsula Hotel room pressures Anders to expose information about Scaramanga his appearance and his plans she directs him to the Bottoms Up Club The club proves to be the location of Scaramangas next hit Gibson from whom Scaramangas dwarf henchman Nick Nack steals the Solex agitator a key component of a solar power station Before Bond can assert his innocence in Gibsons death he is taken away by Lieutenant Hip and transported to meet M and Q in a hidden headquarters in the wreck of the RMS Queen Elizabeth in the harbour M assigns Bond to retrieve the Solex Bond then travels to Bangkok to meet Hai Fat a wealthy Siamese entrepreneur suspected of arranging Gibsons murder Bond poses as Scaramanga but his plan backfires because unbeknown to him Scaramanga himself is operating at Hai Fats estate Bond is captured and placed in Fats martial arts academy where the students are instructed to kill him After escaping with the aid of Hip and his nieces Bond speeds away on a motorized sampan along the river and reunites with his assistant Mary Goodnight Scaramanga subsequently kills Hai Fat and assumes control of his empire taking the Solex with him Anders visits Bond revealing that she sent the bullet to London and wants Bond to kill Scaramanga In payment she promises to hand the Solex over to him at a Muay Thai venue the next day At the match Bond discovers Anders dead and meets Scaramanga Bond observes the Solex on the floor and is able to smuggle it away to Hip who passes it to Goodnight When Goodnight attempts to place a homing device on Scaramangas car she becomes trapped in the trunk Bond discovers Scaramanga driving off and steals an AMC showroom car to give chase coincidentally with vacationing Sheriff J W Pepper seated within it Bond and Pepper follow Scaramanga in a car chase across Bangkok which concludes when Scaramangas car transforms into a plane which flies himself Nick Nack and Goodnight away from Bond Picking up Goodnights tracking signal Bond flies a seaplane into Red Chinese waters and lands at Scaramangas island Scaramanga welcomes and shows Bond the solar power plant operation that he has taken over the technology for which he intends to sell to the highest bidder While demonstrating the equipment Scaramanga uses a powerful energy beam to destroy Bonds plane Scaramanga then proposes a pistol duel with Bond on the beach the two men stand back to back and are officiated by Nick Nack to take twenty paces but when Bond turns and fires Scaramanga has vanished Nick Nack leads Bond into Scaramangas Funhouse where Bond stands in the place of a mannequin of himself when Scaramanga walks by Bond outwits and kills him Goodnight kills Scaramangas security chief Kra sending his body into one of the temperature control vats His body heat raises the helium of the solar plant which begins to spiral out of control Bond retrieves the Solex unit just before the island is destroyed and they escape unharmed in Scaramangas Chinese junk Bond then fends off a final attack by Nick Nack who smuggled himself aboard placing Nick Nack in a wicker basket on the mainmast of the ship Bond and Goodnight celebrate their mission by romancing each other Roger Moore as James Bond An MI6 agent who receives a golden bullet supposedly from Scaramanga indicating that he is a target of Scaramanga Christopher Lee as Francisco Scaramanga The main villain and assassin who is identified by his use of a golden gun he also has a superfluous papilla or supernumerary nipple Scaramanga plans to misuse solar energy for destructive purposes Lee was Ian Flemings stepcousin1 and regular golf partner 2 Scaramanga has been called the bestcharacterised Bond villain yet Britt Ekland as Mary Goodnight Bonds assistant Described by the critic of the Sunday Mirror as being an astoundingly stupid blonde British agent 4 Ekland had previously been married to Peter Sellers who appeared in the 1967 Bond film Casino Royale Maud Adams as Andrea Anders Scaramangas mistress Adams described the role as a woman without a lot of choices shes under the influence of this very rich strong man and is fearing for her life most of the time and when she actually rebels against him and defects is a major step 6The Man with the Golden Gun was the first of three Bond films in which Maud Adams appeared she played a different character Octopussy in the 1983 film of the same name and would later have a cameo as an extra in Roger Moores last Bond film A View to a Kill 7 Hervé Villechaize as Nick Nack Scaramangas dwarf manservant and accomplice Villechaize was later known to television audiences as Tattoo in the series Fantasy Island Richard Loo as Hai Fat A Thai millionaire industrialist who was employing Scaramanga to assassinate the inventor of the Solex a revolutionary solar energy device and steal the device SoonTek Oh as Lieutenant Hip Bonds local contact in Hong Kong and Bangkok SoonTek Oh trained in martial arts for the role8 and his voice was partially dubbed over 9 Clifton James as Sheriff J W Pepper A Louisiana sheriff who happens to be on holiday in Thailand Hamilton liked Pepper in the previous film Live and Let Die and asked Mankewicz to write him into The Man with the Golden Gun as well 10 Peppers inclusion has been seen as one of several illadvised lurches into comedy in the film 1 Bernard Lee as M The head of MI6 Marc Lawrence as Rodney An American gangster who attempts to outshoot Scaramanga in his funhouse Lawrence also appeared in Diamonds Are Forever 11 Desmond Llewelyn as Q The head of MI6s technical department Marne Maitland as Lazar A Portuguese gunsmith based in Macau who manufactures golden bullets for Scaramanga Lois Maxwell as Miss Moneypenny James Cossins as Colthorpe An MI6 armaments expert who identifies the maker of Scaramangas golden bullets The first draft of the script originally called the role Boothroyd until it was realised that was also Qs name and it was subsequently changed Carmen du Sautoy as Saida A Beirut belly dancer Saida was originally written as overweight and wearing excessive makeup but the producers decided to cast a woman closer to the classic Bond girl 13 Productionedit Albert R Broccoli and Harry Saltzman intended to follow You Only Live Twice with The Man with the Golden Gun inviting Roger Moore to the Bond role However filming was planned in Cambodia and the Samlaut Uprising made filming impractical leading to the production being cancelled On Her Majestys Secret Service was produced instead with George Lazenby as Bond Lazenbys next Bond film Saltzman told a reporter would be either The Man with the Golden Gun or Diamonds Are Forever The producers chose the latter title with Sean Connery returning as Bond 15 Broccoli and Saltzman then decided to start production on The Man with the Golden Gun after Live and Let Die 16 This was the final Bond film to be coproduced by Saltzman as his partnership with Broccoli was dissolved after the films release Saltzman sold his 50 stake in Eon Productionss parent company Danjaq LLC to United Artists to alleviate his financial problems The resulting legalities over the Bond property delayed production of the next Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me for three years 18 The novel is mostly set in Jamaica a location which had been already used in the earlier films Dr No and Live and Let Die The Man with the Golden Gun saw a change in location to put Bond in the Far East for the second time After considering Beirut where part of the film is set Iran where the location scouting was done but eventually discarded because of the Yom Kippur War21 and the Hạ Long Bay in Vietnam the production team chose Thailand as a primary location following a suggestion of production designer Peter Murton after he saw pictures of the Phuket bay in a magazine 16 Saltzman was happy with the choice of the Far East for the setting as he had always wanted to go on location in Thailand and Hong Kong During the reconnaissance of locations in Hong Kong Broccoli saw the wreckage of the former RMS Queen Elizabeth and came up with the idea of using it as the base for MI6s Far East operations Writing and themesedit Tom Mankiewicz wrote a first draft for the script in 1973 delivering a script that was a battle of wills between Bond and Scaramanga who he saw as Bonds alter ego a supervillain of the stature of Bond himself Tensions between Mankiewicz and Guy Hamilton and Mankiewiczs growing sense that he was feeling really tapped out on Bond led to the reintroduction of Richard Maibaum as the Bond screenwriter Maibaum who had worked on six Bond films previously delivered his own draft based on Mankiewiczs work 16 Much of the plot involving Scaramanga being Bonds equal was sidelined in later drafts For one of the two main aspects of the plot the screenwriters used the 1973 energy crisis as a backdrop to the film allowing the MacGuffin of the Solex agitator to be introduced Broccolis stepson Michael G Wilson researched solar power to create the Solex 16 While Live and Let Die had borrowed heavily from the blaxploitation genre28The Man with the Golden Gun borrowed from the martial arts genre that was popular in the 1970s through films such as Fist of Fury 1972 and Enter the Dragon 1973 30 However the use of the martial arts for a fight scene in the film lapses into incredibility when Lt Hip and his two nieces defeat an entire dojo Castingedit Originally the role of Scaramanga was offered to Jack Palance but he turned the opportunity down Christopher Lee who was eventually chosen to portray Scaramanga was Ian Flemings stepcousin and Fleming had suggested Lee for the role of Dr Julius No in the 1962 series opener Dr No Lee noted that Fleming was a forgetful man and by the time he mentioned this to Broccoli and Saltzman they had cast Joseph Wiseman in the part 32 Due to filming on location in Bangkok his role in the film affected Lees work the following year as director Ken Russell was unable to sign Lee to play Specialist in the 1975 film Tommy a part eventually given to Jack Nicholson 33 Two Swedish models were cast as the Bond girls Britt Ekland and Maud Adams Ekland had been interested in playing a Bond girl since she had seen Dr No and contacted the producers about the main role of Mary Goodnight 16 Hamilton met Adams in New York and cast her because she was elegant and beautiful that it seemed to me she was the perfect Bond girl 10 When Ekland read the news that Adams had been cast for The Man with the Golden Gun she became upset thinking Adams had been selected to play Goodnight Broccoli then called Ekland to invite her for the main role16 as after seeing her in a film Broccoli thought Eklands generous looks made her a good contrast to Adams 10 Hamilton decided to put Marc Lawrence whom he had worked with on Diamonds Are Forever to play a gangster shot dead by Scaramanga at the start of the film because he found it an interesting idea to put sort of a Chicago gangster in the middle of Thailand 10 Filmingedit 1972 The wreck of the Seawise University the former RMS Queen Elizabeth in Victoria Harbour Hong Kong Filming commenced on 6 November 1973 at the partly submerged wreck of the RMS Queen Elizabeth which acted as a topsecret MI6 base grounded in Victoria Harbour in Hong Kong The crew was small and a stunt double was used for James Bond Other Hong Kong locations included the Hong Kong Dragon Garden as the estate of Hai Fat which portrayed a location in Bangkok 35 The major part of principal photography started on 18 April 1974 in Thailand 1636 Thai locations included Bangkok Thon Buri Phuket and the nearby Phang Nga Province on the islands of Ko Khao Phing Kan Thai เกาะเขาพิงกัน and Ko Tapu Thai เกาะตะปู Scaramangas hideout is on Ko Khao Phing Kan and Ko Tapu is often now referred to as James Bond Island both by locals and in tourist guidebooks 38 The scene during the boxing match used an actual Muay Thai fixture at the Lumpinee Boxing Stadium A car chase in Bangkok occurred near a canal or khlong on Krung Kasem Road 39 Production returned in late April to Hong Kong and also to Macau16 for that island is famous for its casinos which Hong Kong lacks 13 Some scenes in Thailand had to be finished and production had to move to studio work in Pinewood Studios this included sets such as Scaramangas solar energy plant and island interior Academy Award winner Oswald Morris was hired to finish the job after cinematographer Ted Moore became ill Morris was initially reluctant as he did not like his previous experiences taking over other cinematographers work but accepted after dining with Broccoli 41 Production wrapped in Pinewood in August 1974 13 One of Scaramangas Islands outcrops high tide One of the main stunts in the film consisted of stunt driver Bumps Willard as James Bond driving an AMC Hornet leaping a broken bridge and spinning around 360 degrees in midair about the longitudinal axis doing an aerial twist Willard successfully completed the jump on the first take The stunt was shown in slow motion for the scene was otherwise too fast Composer John Barry added a slide whistle sound effect over the stunt which Broccoli kept in despite thinking that it undercouped the stunt Barry later regretted his decision thinking the whistle broke the golden rule as the stunt was for what it was all worth a truly dangerous moment  true James Bond style 43 The sound effect was described as simply crass The writer Jim Smith suggested that the stunt brings into focus the lack of excitement in the rest of the film and is spoilt by the use of comedy sound effects Eon Productions had licensed the stunt which had been designed by Raymond McHenry It was initially conceived at Cornell Aeronautical Laboratory CAL in Buffalo New York as a test for their vehicle simulation software After development in simulation ramps were built and the stunt was tested at CALs proving ground 44 It toured as part of the All American Thrill Show as the Astro Spiral before it was picked up for the film The television programme Top Gear attempted to repeat the stunt in June 2008 but failed 45 The scene where Scaramangas Matador flies was shot at Bovington Camp with a model inspired by an actual car plane prototype 16 Bonds duel with Scaramanga which Mankewicz said was inspired by the climactic faceoff in Shane was shortened as the producers felt it was causing pacing problems The trailers featured some of the cut scenes 13 Hamilton adapted an idea of his involving Bond in Disneyland for Scaramangas funhouse The funhouse was designed to be a place where Scaramanga could get the upper hand by distracting the adversary with obstacles10 and was described by Murton as a melting pot of ideas which made it both a funhouse and a horror house 46 While an actual wax figure of Roger Moore was used Moores stunt double Les Crawford was the cowboy figure and Ray Marione played the Al Capone figure The canted sets such as the funhouse and the Queen Elizabeth had inspiration from German Expressionism films such as The Cabinet of Dr Caligari 13 For Scaramangas solar power plant Hamilton used both the Pinewood set and a miniature projected by Derek Meddings often cutting between each other to show there was no discernible difference 10 The destruction of the facility was a combination of practical effects on the set and a destruction of the miniature 16 Meddings based the island blowing up on footage of the Battle of Monte Cassino 47 Golden Gun propedit The Golden Gun Three Golden Gun props were made a solid piece one that could be fired with a cap and one that could be assembled and disassembled although Christopher Lee said that the process was extremely difficult 32 The gun was one of the more memorable props in the Bond series and consisted of an interlocking fountain pen the barrel cigarette lighter the bullet chamber cigarette case the handle and cufflink the trigger with the bullet secured in Scaramangas belt buckle In the film the gun was designed to accept a single 4 2millimeter 23carat gold bullet produced by Lazar a gunsmith in Macau who specialized in custom weapons and ammunition The Golden Gun ranked sixth in a 2008 20th Century Fox poll of the most popular film weapons which surveyed approximately 2000 film fans 50 On 10 October 2008 it was discovered that one of the golden guns used in the film which is estimated to be worth around £80000 was missing suspected stolen from Elstree Props a company based at Hertfordshire studios 51 Musicedit Main article The Man with the Golden Gun soundtrack The theme tune to The Man with the Golden Gun released in 1974 was performed by Scottish singer Lulu and composed by John Barry Tony Bramwell who worked for Harry Saltzmans music publishing company Hilary Music wanted Elton John or Cat Stevens to sing the title song However by this time the producers were taking turns producing the films Albert Broccoliwhose turn it was to producerejected Bramwells suggestions The lyrics to the Lulu song were written by Don Black and have been described variously as ludicrous inane and one long stream of smut because of their sexual innuendo Bramwell subsequently dismissed the BarryLulu tune as mundane Alice Cooper wrote a song titled Man with the Golden Gun to be used by the producers of the film but they opted for Lulus song instead Cooper released his song in his album Muscle of Love Barry had only three weeks to score The Man with the Golden Gun and the theme tune and score are generally considered by critics to be among the weakest of Barrys contributions to the seriesan opinion shared by Barry himself Its the one I hate most  it just never happened for me 56The Man with the Golden Gun was also the first to drop the distinctive plucked guitar from the theme heard over the gun barrel opening A sample from one of the songs Hips Trip was used by The Prodigy in the Mindfields track on the album The Fat of the Land 57 Release and receptionedit The James Bond 007 pistol produced by Lone Star Toys The Man with the Golden Gun was premiered at the Odeon Leicester Square in London on 19 December 197458 with general release in the United Kingdom the same day The film was made with an estimated budget of 7 million despite initial good returns from the box officeThe Man with the Golden Gun grossed a total of 97 6 million at the worldwide box office60 with 21 million earned in the USA making it the fourth lowestgrossing Bond film in the series 61 The promotion of the film had one of the more anaemic advertising campaigns of the series and there were few products available apart from the soundtrack and paperback book although Lone Star Toys produced a James Bond 007 pistol in gold this differed from the weapon used by Scaramanga in the film as it was little more than a Walther P38 with a silencer fitted 62 Contemporary reviewsedit The Man with the Golden Gun met with mixed reviews upon its release Derek Malcolm in The Guardian savaged the film saying that the script is the limpest of the lot and  Roger Moore as 007 is the last man on earth to make it sound better than it is 63 There was some praise from Malcolm although it was muted saying that Christopher Lee  makes a goodish villain and Britt Ekland a passable Mary Goodnight  Up to scratch in production values  the film is otherwise merely a potboiler Maybe enoughs enough 63 Tom Milne writing in The Observer was even more caustic writing that This series which has been scraping the bottom of the barrel for some time is now through the bottom  with depressing borrowings from Hong Kong kung fu movies not to mention even more depressing echoes of the Carry On smut 64 He summed up the film by saying it was sadly lacking in wit or imagination 64 David Robinson the film critic at The Times dismissed the film and Moores performance saying that Moore was substituting nonacting for Connerys throwaway while Britt Ekland was his beautiful idiot sidekick  the least appealing of the Bond heroines 65 Robinson was equally damning of the changes in the production crew observing that Ken Adam an attraction of the early Bond films had been replaced by decorators of competence but little of his flair 65 The writers get progressively more naive in their creation of a suburban dream of epicureanism and adventure 65 Writing for The New York Times Nora Sayre considered the film to suffer from poverty of invention and excitement criticising the writing and Moores performance and finding Villechaize and Lee as the only positive points for their sinister vitality that cuts through the narrative dough 66 The Sunday Mirror critic observed that The Man with the Golden Gun isnt the best Bond ever but found it remarkable that Messrs Saltzman and Broccoli can still produce such slick and inventive entertainment 4 Arthur Thirkwell writing in the Sunday Mirrors sister paper the Daily Mirror concentrated more on lead actor Roger Moore than the film itself What Sean Connery used to achieve with a touch of sardonic sadism Roger Moore conveys with roguish schoolboy charm and the odd dry quip 67 Thirkwell also said that Moore manages to make even this reducedvoltage Bond a character with plenty of sparkle 67 Judith Crist of New York Magazine gave a positive review saying the scenerys grand the lines nice and the gadgetry entertaining also describing the production as a film that captures the freewheeling whooshing nonsense of early Flemings fairy tale for grownups orientation 68 Jay Cocks writing in Time focused on gadgets such as Scaramangas flying car as what is wrong with both The Man with the Golden Gun and the more recent films in the Bond series calling them Overtricky uninspired these exercises show the strain of stretching fantasy well past wit 69 Cocks also criticised the actors saying that Moore lacks all Connerys strengths and has several deep deficiencies while Lee was an unusually unimpressive villain 69 Reflective reviewsedit Opinion on The Man with the Golden Gun has not changed with the passing of time as of November 2015 the film holds a 45 rating from Rotten Tomatoes although these contain contemporary reviews70 while Ian Freer of Empire found the film an entertaining 007 adventure something that tonally if not qualitatively could happily sit within the Connery era 71IGN chose The Man with the Golden Gun as the worst Bond film claiming it has a great concept  but the execution is sloppy and silly72 and Entertainment Weekly chose it as the fourth worst saying that the plot is almost as puny as the sidekick 73 On the other hand Norman Wilner of MSN chose it as the tenth best with much praise for Christopher Lees performance 74 Some critics saw the film as uninspired tired and boring 75 Roger Moore was also criticised for playing Bond against type in a style more reminiscent of Sean Connery although Lees performance received acclaim Danny Peary wrote that The Man with the Golden Gun lacks invention  is one of the least interesting Bond films and a very laboured movie with Bond a stiff bore Adams and Britt Ekland uninspired leading ladies Peary believes that the shootout between Bond and Scaramanga in the funhouse is the one good scene in the movie and even it has an unsatisfying finish and also bemoaned the presence of Clifton James unfortunately reprising his unfunny redneck sheriff from Live and Let Die Chris Nashawaty of Entertainment Weekly argues that Scaramanga is the best villain of the Roger Moore James Bond films77 while listing Mary Goodnight among the worst Bond girls saying that Ekland may have had one of the series best bikinis but her dopey doltish portrayal was a turnoff as much to filmgoers as to fans of Ian Flemings novels 78The Times put Scaramanga as the fifth best Bond villain in their list79 and Ekland was the third in their list of the top 10 most fashionable Bond girls 80Maxim listed Goodnight at fourth in their Top Bond Babes list saying that Agent Goodnight is the clumsiest spy alive But who cares as long as shes using her perfect bikini bottom to muck things up81 See alsoedit List of henchmen in The Man with the Golden Gun Outline of James Bond Referencesedit a b Brooke Michael The Man with the Golden Gun 1974 BFI Screenonline The British Film Institute Retrieved 27 July 2011   Higgins John 12 December 1974 From scaremonger to Scaramanga The Times   a b Amazing Mr Bond but youre still a winner Golden Hits Sunday Mirror 22 December 1974   Maud Adams The Man with the Golden Gun audio commentary The Man with the Golden Gun Ultimate Edition Disk 1 MGM Home Entertainment   Maud Adams Inside A View to a Kill VCDDVD MGM Home Entertainment Inc   DoubleO Stuntmen The Man with the Golden Gun Ultimate Edition Disk 2 MGM Home Entertainment   SoonTek Oh The Man with the Golden Gun audio commentary The Man with the Golden Gun Ultimate Edition Disk 1 MGM Home Entertainment   a b c d e f Guy Hamilton The Man with the Golden Gun audio commentary The Man with the Golden Gun Ultimate Edition Disk 1 MGM Home Entertainment   Diamonds Are Forever 1971 BFI Screenonline British Film Institute Retrieved 9 August 2011   a b c d e David Naylor The Man with the Golden Gun audio commentary The Man with the Golden Gun Ultimate Edition Disk 1 MGM Home Entertainment   Graham Sheilah 5 June 1969 Speaking For Myself Film Maker Saltzman Also Restaurateur PDF Watertown Daily Times p  9   a b c d e f g h i j Inside The Man with the Golden Gun NTSC Widescreen Closedcaptionedformat= requires url= help DVD The Man with the Golden Gun Ultimate Edition Disc 2 MGMUA Home Video 2000   accessdate= requires url= help Inside The Spy Who Loved Me NTSC Widescreen Closedcaptionedformat= requires url= help DVD The Spy Who Loved Me Ultimate Edition Disc 2 MGMUA Home Video 2000   accessdate= requires url= help Tom Mankewicz The Man with the Golden Gun audio commentary The Man with the Golden Gun Ultimate Edition Disk 1 MGM Home Entertainment   Benshoff Harry M Winter 2000 Blaxploitation Horror Films Generic Reappropriation or Reinscription Cinema Journal 39 2 37 doi10 1353cj 2000 0001   Fu & Desser 2000 p  26 a b Christopher Lee The legendary actor on Scaramanga Fleming and playing pure evil Empire 2009 Retrieved 11 February 2009   Miller Frank Tommy Turner Classic Movies Turner Entertainment Networks Inc Retrieved 10 August 2011   Public pleasure private ownership Christopher DeWolf Retrieved 7 July 2011   United Artists Film Bulletin 4344 48 1974   Exotic Locations NTSC Widescreen Closedcaptionedformat= requires url= help DVD The Man with the Golden Gun Ultimate Edition Disc 2 MGMUA Home Video 2000   accessdate= requires url= help Blame it all on Honey and her white bikini Oswald Morris The Man with the Golden Gun audio commentary The Man with the Golden Gun Ultimate Edition Disk 1 MGM Home Entertainment   John Barry The Man with the Golden Gun audio commentary The Man with the Golden Gun Ultimate Edition Disk 1 MGM Home Entertainment   The AstroSpiral Jump McHenry Software Retrieved 15 August 2011   Top Gear – Season 11 Episode 2 – 29 June 2008 Final Gear com Retrieved 21 June 2009   Peter Murton The Man with the Golden Gun audio commentary The Man with the Golden Gun Ultimate Edition Disk 1 MGM Home Entertainment   Derek Meddings The Man with the Golden Gun audio commentary The Man with the Golden Gun Ultimate Edition Disk 1 MGM Home Entertainment   Borland Sophie 21 January 2008 Lightsabre wins the battle of movie weapons The Daily Telegraph Retrieved 17 June 2015   Adams Stephen 10 October 2008 James Bond golden gun stolen from Elstree Studios The Daily Telegraph London Retrieved 23 June 2009   Barry John interviewee 2006 James Bonds Greatest Hits Television UK North One Television   Music – The Man With The Golden Gun Mi6HQ com Retrieved 15 August 2011 Hickey William 20 December 1974 Shaking on it – one man to another Daily Express   The Man with the Golden Gun The Numbers Nash Information Services LLC Retrieved 8 August 2011   Box Office History for James Bond Movies The Numbers Nash Information Services LLC Retrieved 8 August 2011   Ambridge Geoffrey July 2007 Lone Stars Top Ten Diecast guns Collectors Gazette 280 12 13   a b Malcolm Derek 19 December 1974 Rebel without a pause The Guardian   a b Milne Tom 22 December 1974 From Badlands to Bond The Observer   a b c Robinson David 20 December 1974 A trip back to the forest of Dean The Times   Sayre Nora 19 December 1974 Movie Review – The Man with the Golden Gun – Film James Bond and Energy Crisis The New York Times Retrieved 13 August 2011   a b Thirkwell Arthur 18 December 1974 Its Bond shaky – but still stirring Daily Mirror   Crist Judith 23 December 1974 Movies – All in the Family New York   a b Cocks Jay 13 January 1975 Cinema Water Pistols Time Retrieved 9 August 2011   The Man with the Golden Gun Rotten Tomatoes Retrieved 24 September 2007   Freer Ian 13 October 2008 The Man with the Golden Gun Empire Retrieved 13 August 2011   James Bonds Top 20 IGN 17 November 2006 Retrieved 21 December 2007   Svetkey Benjamin Rich Joshua 14 November 2008 James Bond Ranking 21 films Entertainment Weekly Retrieved 21 June 2009   Norman Wilner Rating the Spy Game MSN Archived from the original on 19 January 2008 Retrieved 4 March 2008   Berardinelli James 1996 The Man 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with the Golden Gun at BFI Screenonline The Man with the Golden Gun at the TCM Movie Database The Man with the Golden Gun at AllMovie The Man with the Golden Gun at Rotten Tomatoes The Man with the Golden Gun at Box Office Mojo The Man with the Golden Gun at the MetroGoldwynMayer site