007: Diamonds Are Forever (1971)

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007: Diamonds Are Forever (1971)

007: Diamonds Are Forever (1971)
A Film by Guy Hamilton
BluRay Full 1:1 | m2ts | MPEG-4 AVC | 1920x1080 | 23212 Kbps | 16:9 | 02:00:08 | 5% Recovery | 43.5 GB
Audio: English DTS-HD Master Audio 4061 kbps 5.1; Russian, Japanese, Spanish, Italian DTS Audio 768 kbps 5.1;
Hungarian, Polish, Czech, Thai Audio 448 Kbps 5.1; English Digital Audio 224 Kbps 2.0
Subtitle: English, Chinese, Bulgarian, Croatian, Czech, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Indonesian, Japanese
Icelandic, Korean, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Slovenian, Spanish, Turkish, Thai
Genre: Action, Adventure, Thriller | Nominated for 1 Oscar. Another 1 win & 1 nomination

James Bond – agent 007 – pursues Ernst Stavro Blofeld and eventually finds him at a facility, where Blofeld look-alikes are being created through surgery. Bond kills a test subject, and later the 'real' Blofeld, by drowning him in a pool of superheated mud.

IMDB Rating: 6.7/10

007: Diamonds Are Forever (1971)

While assassins Mr. Wint and Mr. Kidd systematically kill several diamond smugglers, M suspects that South African diamonds may be being stockpiled to depress prices by dumping, and orders Bond to uncover the smuggling ring. Disguised as professional smuggler and murderer Peter Franks, Bond travels to Amsterdam to meet contact Tiffany Case. The real Franks shows up on the way, but Bond intercepts and kills him and switches IDs to make it seem like Franks is Bond. Case and Bond then go to Los Angeles, smuggling the diamonds inside Franks' corpse.

007: Diamonds Are Forever (1971)

At the airport Bond meets his CIA ally Felix Leiter and goes to a funeral home, where Franks' body is cremated and the diamonds passed onto the next smuggler, Shady Tree. Bond is nearly killed by Wint and Kidd when they put him in a cremation oven, but Tree stops the process when he discovers that the diamonds in Franks' body were fakes, planted by Bond and the CIA.

007: Diamonds Are Forever (1971)

Bond tells Leiter to ship the real diamonds as he goes to Las Vegas. There Bond goes to the Whyte House, a casino-hotel owned by the reclusive billionaire Willard Whyte, where Tree works as a stand-up comedian. Then Bond discovers Tree has been killed by Wint and Kidd, who did not know that the diamonds were fake. At the craps table, Bond meets the opportunistic Plenty O'Toole, and after gambling, brings her to his room. Gang members are waiting there and throw O'Toole out the window and into the pool. After they leave, Bond spends the rest of the night with Tiffany Case. Bond then tells Tiffany, who wants to steal the diamonds for herself, to retrieve the diamonds at the Circus Circus casino.

007: Diamonds Are Forever (1971)

Tiffany picks up the diamonds, but reneges on her deal and flees, passing off the diamonds to the next smuggler. However, seeing that O'Toole was killed after being mistaken for her, Tiffany changes her mind and drives Bond to the airport, where the diamonds are given to Bert Saxby. Following Saxby's van, Bond eventually enters the car which drives to a remote facility. Bond enters the apparent destination of the diamonds – a research laboratory owned by Whyte, where he finds that a satellite is being built by a laser refraction specialist, Professor Dr. Metz. When Bond's cover is blown, he escapes by stealing a moon buggy and reunites with Tiffany.

007: Diamonds Are Forever (1971)

Diamonds Are Forever (1971) is the seventh spy film in the James Bond series by Eon Productions, and the sixth and final Eon film to star Sean Connery as the fictional MI6 agent James Bond.

Diamonds Are Forever Blu-ray, Special Features and Extras

• MI6 Commentary: David Nailer guides us through a patchwork track consisting of interviews with director Guy Hamilton and various members of the cast and crew.

Declassified: MI6 Vault
- Sean Connery 1971: The BBC Interview (SD, 5:13) Connery candidly discusses coming back to the role.
- Lesson #007: Close Quarter Combat (SD, 4:36): A vintage behind-the-scenes look at the filming of the elevator fight scene.
- Oil Rig Attack (SD, 2:22): On-location footage of a deleted scene with frogmen jumping out of helicopters during the finale.
- Satellite Test Reel (SD, 1:55): Producer Michael Wilson takes us through the creation of the film's outer space special effects sequences.
- Explosion Tests (SD, 1:53): Likewise, Wilson shows us the original footage the effects crew layered to create composite images of explosions.
- Alternate and Expanded Angles (SD): See different views of the Elevator Fight (2:43), Vegas Car Chase (4:37), Moon Buggy Chase (3:13), Bambi and Thumper Fight Scene (3:24), and Bond's Arrival On the Oil Rig (1:52), using the red button on your remote.
- Deleted Scenes (SD, 7:38): Six deleted scenes, including a cameo by Sammy Davis Jr.!
- Credits (SD, 1:21)

007: Diamonds Are Forever (1971)

Mission Dossier
- Inside Diamonds Are Forever (SD, 30:40): A great half-hour doc that covers the "Americanization of Bond"— including the possible casting of Batman's Adam West!—and the eventual recontracting of Connery, who used his whopping $1.2 million salary to develop a Scottish educational trust.
- Cubby Broccoli: The Man Behind Bond (SD, 41:23): An appreciation and biography of Albert "Cubby" Broccoli, the influential Bond producer.
- Exotic Locations (SD, 4:25): Maud Adams takes us through the films locales, from France to the Netherlands to Las Vegas.

007: Diamonds Are Forever (1971)

Ministry of Propaganda
- Theatrical Archive (1080p, 00:56 and 3:47): Includes a Christmas teaser and a theatrical trailer.
- TV Broadcasts (SD, 3:45): Includes five TV spots.
- Radio Communication (audio, 2:06): Three short radio spots.

• Image Database (1080p): A collection of galleries, with an introduction and sections for Sean Connery, Jill St. Scott, Charles Gray, Lana Wood, The Supporting Players, Diamond • • Settings, Diamond Glamor, Behind the Scenes, Where Is Blofeld?!, 007 on the Moon, On Location, and Titles.

007: Diamonds Are Forever (1971)

Diamonds Are Forever Blu-ray, Overall Score and Recommendation
Taking the series in a kooky turn after the comparatively moribund On Her Majesty's Secret Service, Sean Connery's Diamonds Are Forever is one of the kitschiest franchise entries, with waka-waka innuendo galore and some ridiculous chase sequences. (A getaway on a lunar buggy? Bond tooling around on a tiny three-wheeler?) It's no top-tier Bond film, but it's plenty of fun. And it looks devilishly good on Blu-ray too, with a new high definition transfer that's a more-than- solid upgrade from the old DVD release. The film is available in the Bond 50 set, but you can currently find the standalone release at Walmart as a timed exclusive. Recommended!


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Subtitle: Chinese / 51,784 kbps
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Subtitle: Greek / 29,794 kbps
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Subtitle: Korean / 14,744 kbps
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Subtitle: Portuguese / 25,897 kbps
Subtitle: Portuguese / 56,796 kbps
Subtitle: Romanian / 24,109 kbps
Subtitle: Russian / 28,935 kbps
Subtitle: Slovenian / 20,350 kbps
Subtitle: Spanish / 29,268 kbps
Subtitle: Spanish / 56,033 kbps
Subtitle: Thai / 22,664 kbps
Subtitle: Turkish / 24,159 kbps



ORIGINAL TITLE: Diamonds Are Forever
GENRE: Espionage
DIRECTOR: Guy Hamilton
Screenplay: Richard Maibaum, Tom Mankiewicz
ACTORS:
Sean Connery, Jill St. John, Charles Gray, Lana Wood, Jimmy Dean, Bruce Cabot, Putter Smith, Bruce Glover, Norman Burton, Joseph Furst, Bernard Lee, Desmond Llewelyn, Leonard Barr, Lois Maxwell, Margaret Lacey, David Bauer, Laurence Naismith, Joe Robinson
Cast

PHOTO: Ted Moore
ASSEMBLY: Bert Bates, John W. Holmes
MUSIC: John Barry
PRODUCTION: Harry Saltzman, Albert R. BROCCOLI FOR PRODUCTIONS Danjaq, EON PRODUCTIONS LTD.
DISTRIBUTION: UNITED ARTISTS EUROPA - WARNER HOME VIDEO (THE SHIELD)
COUNTRY: United Kingdom, USA 1971
DURATION: 122 Min
SIZE: 35 MM Color, PANAVISION, TECHNICOLOR

SUBJECT:
Novel by Ian Fleming


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007: Diamonds Are Forever (1971)