History Trivia / DrNo

6th Jul '16 8:12:25 AM CumbersomeTercel
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* EnforcedMethodActing: Sean Connery is truly terrified of spiders. The arm of a stuntman was used when the tarantula crawled onto Bond. Note the shot when the spider is on his shoulder -- it's walking on a pane of glass. Once you've seen it you can't unsee it.

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* EnforcedMethodActing: Sean Connery Creator/SeanConnery is truly terrified of spiders. The arm of a stuntman was used when the tarantula crawled onto Bond. Note the shot when the spider is on his shoulder -- it's walking on a pane of glass. Once you've seen it you can't unsee it.it.
* ExecutiveMeddling: Were it not for censorship, we could have seen Ursula Andress naked in her first scene, as in the novel.


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*** Creator/MaxVonSydow turned it down in order to star in ''Film/TheGreatestStoryEverTold''.
** Creator/JulieChristie was considered for Honey, but was too flat-chested.
6th Jun '16 10:02:33 PM TheWildWestPyro
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** Joseph Wiseman, who played the half-Chinese Dr. No, was Canadian.

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** Joseph Wiseman, who played the half-Chinese German-Chinese Dr. No, was Canadian.



** NonSingingVoice: ...which also had a singing voice.

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** NonSingingVoice: ...which who also had a singing voice.
21st Apr '16 11:47:24 AM Morgenthaler
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* HeyItsThatGuy: Felix Leiter is Jack Lord of ''Series/HawaiiFiveO'' fame.
** This [[Film/DialMForMurder isn't the first time]] Anthony Dawson tried to kill somebody, who instead killed him.
31st Mar '16 10:36:03 AM TheWildWestPyro
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* {{Tuckerization}}: This film marks the first appearance of the character Major Boothroyd (later played by Desmond Llewellyn and known simply as "Q"), based on fan and gun expert Geoffrey Boothroyd who informed Fleming the gun he had James Bond using was a wimpy ladies' pistol. (This also formed the basis for Bond's forced gun upgrade in the book and this movie.) The real-life Geoffrey Boothroyd appears in a vintage featurette on the ''Dr. No'' DVD and Blu-ray, in which he demonstrates the relative stopping powers of the two Bond guns, plus his own favorite, a Ruger .44 Magnum.

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* {{Tuckerization}}: This film marks the first appearance of the character Major Boothroyd (later played by Desmond Llewellyn and known simply as "Q"), based on fan and gun expert Geoffrey Boothroyd who informed Fleming the gun the .25 Beretta 418 he had James Bond using was a wimpy ladies' pistol. (This also formed the basis for Bond's forced gun upgrade in the book and this movie.) The real-life Geoffrey Boothroyd appears in a vintage featurette on the ''Dr. No'' DVD and Blu-ray, in which he demonstrates the relative stopping powers of the two Bond guns, plus his own favorite, a Ruger .44 Magnum.
15th Jan '16 3:15:27 PM erforce
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* {{Tuckerization}}: This film marks the first appearance of the character Major Boothroyd (later played by Desmond Llewellyn and known simply as "Q"), based on fan and gun expert Geoffrey Boothroyd who informed Fleming the gun he had James Bond using was a wimpy ladies' pistol. (This also formed the basis for Bond's forced gun upgrade in the book and this movie.) The real-life Geoffrey Boothroyd appears in a vintage featurette on the ''DrNo'' DVD and Blu-ray, in which he demonstrates the relative stopping powers of the two Bond guns, plus his own favorite, a Ruger .44 Magnum.

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* {{Tuckerization}}: This film marks the first appearance of the character Major Boothroyd (later played by Desmond Llewellyn and known simply as "Q"), based on fan and gun expert Geoffrey Boothroyd who informed Fleming the gun he had James Bond using was a wimpy ladies' pistol. (This also formed the basis for Bond's forced gun upgrade in the book and this movie.) The real-life Geoffrey Boothroyd appears in a vintage featurette on the ''DrNo'' ''Dr. No'' DVD and Blu-ray, in which he demonstrates the relative stopping powers of the two Bond guns, plus his own favorite, a Ruger .44 Magnum.
6th Dec '15 9:25:56 PM Quag15
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* ItWillNeverCatchOn: First, it was ignored by many studios. Then Creator/UnitedArtists [[AndYouThoughtItWouldFail gave little money and attention on the US release]]. 22 movies later...

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* ItWillNeverCatchOn: First, it was ignored by many studios. Then Creator/UnitedArtists [[AndYouThoughtItWouldFail gave little money and attention on the US release]]. 22 23 movies later...
29th Jul '15 4:31:46 AM MasoTey
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* EnforcedMethodActing: Sean Connery is truly terrified of spiders. The legs of a stuntman were used when the tarantula crawled onto Bond. Note the shot when the spider is on his shoulder -- it's walking on a pane of glass. Once you've seen it you can't unsee it.

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* EnforcedMethodActing: Sean Connery is truly terrified of spiders. The legs arm of a stuntman were was used when the tarantula crawled onto Bond. Note the shot when the spider is on his shoulder -- it's walking on a pane of glass. Once you've seen it you can't unsee it.
16th Jul '15 8:14:54 AM maxwellsilver
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** This [[DialMForMurder isn't the first time]] Anthony Dawson tried to kill somebody, who instead killed him.

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** This [[DialMForMurder [[Film/DialMForMurder isn't the first time]] Anthony Dawson tried to kill somebody, who instead killed him.



* {{Tuckerization}}: This film marks the first appearance of the character Major Boothroyd (later played by Desmond Llewellyn and known simply as "Q"), based on fan and gun expert Geoffrey Boothroyd who informed Fleming the gun he had James Bond using was a wimpy ladies' pistol. (This also formed the basis for Bond's forced gun upgrade in this movie.) The real-life Geoffrey Boothroyd appears in a vintage featurette on the ''DrNo'' DVD and Blu-ray, in which he demonstrates the relative stopping powers of the two Bond guns, plus his own favorite, a Ruger .44 Magnum.

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* {{Tuckerization}}: This film marks the first appearance of the character Major Boothroyd (later played by Desmond Llewellyn and known simply as "Q"), based on fan and gun expert Geoffrey Boothroyd who informed Fleming the gun he had James Bond using was a wimpy ladies' pistol. (This also formed the basis for Bond's forced gun upgrade in the book and this movie.) The real-life Geoffrey Boothroyd appears in a vintage featurette on the ''DrNo'' DVD and Blu-ray, in which he demonstrates the relative stopping powers of the two Bond guns, plus his own favorite, a Ruger .44 Magnum.
2nd May '15 10:43:27 AM cernex
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** To a lesser extent, Jack Lord as Felix Leiter. Lord wanted a bigger role, more money, and co-star billing to appear in the next movie, which was declined, and Lord was too much in demand for leading roles to return to what was effectively a bit part. Leiter would be played by a succession of other actors in subsequent films.

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** To a lesser extent, Jack Lord as Felix Leiter. Lord wanted a bigger role, more money, and co-star billing to appear in the next movie, which was declined, and Lord was too much in demand for leading roles to return to what was effectively a bit part. Leiter would be played by a succession of other actors in subsequent films. Unlike Peter Burton, Jack Lord never regretted it that much.
8th Apr '15 9:52:49 PM DrOO7
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* AFIS100Years100MovieQuotes:
** #22, "Bond. James Bond"
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