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THE JOKER

LE FARCEUR

Phillippe

Country : France

LE MARIN DES MERS DE CHINE

PROJECT A

Jackie CHAN

Country : Hong kong

AU SERVICE SECRET DE SA MAJESTÉ
Cinéma de la plage

ON HER MAJESTY'S SECRET SERVICE

Directed by : Peter HUNT

Year of production : 1969 Country : UNITED KINGDOM Length : 143 minutes

Synopsis

Connery’s decision to quit as Bond left Broccoli and Saltzman with a headache. The press went into overdrive speculating on Connery’s successor; while the producers chose good-looking Australian actor George Lazenby after successful screen tests. Avengers superstar Diana Rigg was brought in as an added lure and the resulting action-packed film ensured that the franchise would continue.

Credits

Peter HUNT - Director

Ian FLEMING - Script / Dialogue

Richard MAIBAUM - Script / Dialogue

Simon RAVEN - Script / Dialogue

Michael REED - Cinematography

Peter LAMONT - Set decorator

John BARRY - Music

John GLEN - Film Editor

Casting

George LAZENBY - James Bond

Gabriele FERZETTI - Mac Ange Draco

Lois MAXWELL - Miss Moneypenny

Bernard LEE - M

Telly SAVALAS - Ernst Stavro Blofeld

Diana RIGG - Tracy Di Vicenzo

Photo du Film

Contacts

Production

METRO GOLDWYN MAYER STUDIOS, INC. (UNITED ARTISTS) - 245 North Beverly Drive 90210-5317 Beverly Hills UNITED STATES OF AMERICA - www.mgm.com


EON PRODUCTIONS - UNITED KINGDOM


International press

PARK CIRCUS LIMITED - 1 Park Terrace Glasgow G3 6BY Glasgow UNITED KINGDOM - T: +44 14 13 32 21 75 - www.parkcircus.com
PAUL DALE - paul@parkcircus.com


International sales

PARK CIRCUS LIMITED - 1 Park Terrace G3 6BY Glasgow UNITED KINGDOM - T: +44 14 13 32 21 75 - www.parkcircus.com
NICK VARLEY - nick@parkcircus.com


Cinéma de la plage Released on Peter HUNT

ON HER MAJESTY'S SECRET SERVICE

Connery’s decision to quit as Bond left Broccoli and Saltzman with a headache. The press went into overdrive speculating on Connery’s successor; while...
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