History Film / CasinoRoyale1967

28th Nov '17 7:06:24 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* InterchangeableAsianCultures: During the AFSD training scene, Cooper says "sayonara" to a Chinese woman.
25th Oct '17 2:43:11 PM MightyKombat
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* AndStarring: Terence Cooper and Barbara Bouchet are credited as co-stars, but right before them, George Raft and Jean Paul Belmondo are featured in the secondary cast with no special words around their names despite only making very minor appearances in the climax.
** Actually, Raft and Belmondo are part of the list of "Guest Stars," only not alphabetical
22nd Aug '17 10:26:33 AM craigevans
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* DownerEnding: A rare PlayedForLaughs version. Most of the cast gets blown up with Casino Royale at the end.
23rd May '17 5:27:47 PM Aleal
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**Actually, Raft and Belmondo are part of the list of "Guest Stars," only not alphabetical



* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: The opening scene is constructed to make it look like the agent meeting with Evelyn is showing him his genitals.

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* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: The opening scene is constructed to make it look like the agent police inspector meeting with Evelyn is showing him his genitals.


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** The Scots theme continues, including Tremble suddenly encountering bagpipers, and his French police contact Inspector Mathis (one of the few characters from the source novel) being played by a Scots actor with accent (which is even {{Lampshaded}}.)
27th Apr '17 11:08:27 AM Golondrina
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* RealLifeWritesThePlot: It's unclear how the increasingly [[DenserAndWackier zany]] plot was conceived. The best guess is that even though Charles Feldman had the ''right'' to make a straight ''Film/JamesBond'' entry, he feared that he would not be able to compete with the official Bond movies, and he directed each writer who came along to make the film more and more of a parody. As mentioned above, however, Creator/PeterSellers had been hired while the film was still intended to be a serious Bond movie, and he saw it as a way to broaden his acting portfolio. He was not amused when the film veered towards a wacky parody during the filming process, and after many fights with the producers, the director and his co-stars, including/especially OrsonWelles, Sellers either was fired or quit. After that, Feldman, scrambling for a replacement story, decided to go all-out and pack the film with ''seven'' Bonds, and also hired a different director for each act of the film, resulting in its extremely disjointed feel.

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* RealLifeWritesThePlot: It's unclear how the increasingly [[DenserAndWackier zany]] plot was conceived. The best guess is that even though Charles Feldman had the ''right'' to make a straight ''Film/JamesBond'' entry, he feared that he would not be able to compete with the official Bond movies, and he directed each writer who came along to make the film more and more of a parody. As mentioned above, however, Creator/PeterSellers had been hired while the film was still intended to be a serious Bond movie, and he saw it as a way to broaden his acting portfolio. He was not amused when the film veered towards a wacky parody during the filming process, and after many fights with the producers, the director and his co-stars, including/especially OrsonWelles, Creator/OrsonWelles, Sellers either was fired or quit. After that, Feldman, scrambling for a replacement story, decided to go all-out and pack the film with ''seven'' Bonds, and also hired a different director for each act of the film, resulting in its extremely disjointed feel.
10th Apr '17 12:08:28 PM nombretomado
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* TakeThat: Niven's Bond calls SeanConnery's Bond a sex maniac who dragged the James Bond name through the dirt, and takes his fellow spies to task for relying on gadgets.

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* TakeThat: Niven's Bond calls SeanConnery's Creator/SeanConnery's Bond a sex maniac who dragged the James Bond name through the dirt, and takes his fellow spies to task for relying on gadgets.
25th Mar '17 5:14:14 PM Ghidra15
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* [[GainaxEnding Gainax Ending, Middle, and Beginning]]

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* [[GainaxEnding GainaxEnding, preceded by a [[TrueArtIsIncomprehensible Gainax Ending, Middle, and Beginning]]a Gainax Beginning]].
25th Mar '17 5:12:57 PM Ghidra15
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* GainaxEnding

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* GainaxEnding[[GainaxEnding Gainax Ending, Middle, and Beginning]]
24th Feb '17 12:45:09 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* WritersCannotDoMath: As pointed out in the recap by ''Website/TheAgonyBooth'', if Mata Bond really is the daughter of UsefulNotes/MataHari, she should be at least fifty years old.
4th Feb '17 11:42:22 AM Farnham
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* AffablyEvil: Dr. Noah. His grand plan does certainly spring from pettiness and ''is'' threatening genuinely destruction -- [[spoiler: he intends to kill off all men shorter than him]] -- but it's also him standing up for the little guy, after a fashion (since [[spoiler: goofy guys like him will now get their choice of women, who will all be turned beautiful by the same device]]). He seems to treat his many, many underlings well; the only one he kills is Le Chiffre, who's FauxAffablyEvil anyway. He does hold the Detainer as a captive in his quarters, but tries to convince her to get in on his scheme and the new world order rather than forcing her into it. In fact, his affability is key to his downfall, as she is able to trick him into [[spoiler: swallowing his own bomb pill]].

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* AffablyEvil: Dr. Noah. His grand plan does certainly spring from pettiness and ''is'' threatening genuinely destruction -- [[spoiler: he intends to kill off all men shorter taller than him]] -- but it's also him standing up for the little guy, after a fashion (since [[spoiler: goofy guys like him will now get their choice of women, who will all be turned beautiful by the same device]]). He seems to treat his many, many underlings well; the only one he kills is Le Chiffre, who's FauxAffablyEvil anyway. He does hold the Detainer as a captive in his quarters, but tries to convince her to get in on his scheme and the new world order rather than forcing her into it. In fact, his affability is key to his downfall, as she is able to trick him into [[spoiler: swallowing his own bomb pill]].
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