History YMMV / LiveAndLetDie

1st May '17 5:17:56 PM DesertDragon
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* OneSceneWonder: The lovely Ms. Caruso from after the title sequence.

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* OneSceneWonder: The lovely Ms. Caruso from OneSceneWonder:
** Italian agent Caruso, seen only in the opening scene where she had slept with Bond
after a mission in Rome, then hides in the title sequence. closet from M when he and Moneypenny unexpectedly show up at Bond's apartment.
** Adam, one of the the Big Bad's goons who leads the lengthy boat chase after Bond.
28th Apr '17 11:21:02 AM Hawaii_Knut
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* [=Tearjerker=]: All of the abuse Solitaire endures at Kananga's hands; especially noteworthy is when he knocks her to the ground after having lost her abilities.

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* [=Tearjerker=]: TearJerker: All of the abuse Solitaire endures at Kananga's hands; especially noteworthy is when he knocks her to the ground after having lost her abilities.
31st Mar '17 9:01:24 AM erforce
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** David Hedison is one of the more popular actors to portray Felix Leiter. His likability in the part and his great chemistry with Roger Moore probably did much to convince the producers to bring him back opposite Timothy Dalton sixteen years later in ''Film//LicenceToKill''.

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** David Hedison is one of the more popular actors to portray Felix Leiter. His likability in the part and his great chemistry with Roger Moore probably did much to convince the producers to bring him back opposite Timothy Dalton sixteen years later in ''Film//LicenceToKill''.''Film/LicenceToKill''.
27th Feb '17 1:47:49 PM TheTrailblazerCritic
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** David Hedison is one of the more popular actors to portray Felix Leiter. His likability in the part and his great chemistry with Roger Moore probably did much to convince the producers to bring him back opposite Timothy Dalton sixteen years later in ''Film//LicenceToKill''.
4th Feb '17 6:30:01 AM starofjusticev21
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* TheScrappy: Sheriff J. W. Pepper, to a certain extent, although this really set in for him after he reappeared in ''Film/TheManWithTheGoldenGun''. Amusingly the designer for Victory Games' RPG based on the franchise glommed onto the character for this reason: a lot of random encounter charts call for the sheriff to appear wherever the player characters are and attach himself to them in order to make their activities more difficult.

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* TheScrappy: Sheriff J. W. Pepper, to a certain extent, although this really set in for him after he reappeared in ''Film/TheManWithTheGoldenGun''. Amusingly the designer for Victory Games' RPG based on the franchise [[InvokedTrope glommed onto the character for this reason: reason]]: a lot of random encounter charts call for the sheriff to appear wherever the player characters are and attach himself to them in order to make their activities more difficult.
4th Feb '17 6:25:29 AM starofjusticev21
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* TheScrappy: Sheriff J. W. Pepper, to a certain extent, although this really set in for him after he reappeared in ''Film/TheManWithTheGoldenGun''.

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* TheScrappy: Sheriff J. W. Pepper, to a certain extent, although this really set in for him after he reappeared in ''Film/TheManWithTheGoldenGun''. Amusingly the designer for Victory Games' RPG based on the franchise glommed onto the character for this reason: a lot of random encounter charts call for the sheriff to appear wherever the player characters are and attach himself to them in order to make their activities more difficult.
21st Jan '17 11:29:58 PM TheTrailblazerCritic
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\n\n* [=Tearjerker=]: All of the abuse Solitaire endures at Kananga's hands; especially noteworthy is when he knocks her to the ground after having lost her abilities.
** Rosie's death. Treacherous as she was, she clearly did not appreciate what she had gotten herself in to and her fear at being killed proves to be very real at the end.
* TheWoobie: Solitaire, ''Good God''. Obligated to serve a cruel and possessive madman who constantly has her under his thumb just like her mother and grandmother before her, Solitaire is under constant threat of death if she were to ever go astray or to lose her divine powers by enjoying intimacy with anyone. And the only way she would be released from this commitment is if Kananga himself makes love to her. When she violates this pact by making love with Bond, an act he engineered in part just to get information out of her, Kananga smacks her down and condemns her to die. Terrified and unable to fight her way out alone, it's impossible not to feel sorry for her through her entire ordeal.


21st Jan '17 3:02:40 PM Premonition45
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** After her deflowering, [[GoodBadGirl Solitaire suddenly can't get enough sex with Bond]]. Years later, Creator/JaneSeymour stars in ''Film/WeddingCrashers'' as the more sex-crazed Katherine Cleary. And bonus points, her husband William is played by Creator/ChristopherWalken, who played Max Zorin in ''Film/AViewToAKill'', which was Creator/RogerMoore's last Bond film.
11th Jan '17 1:56:14 AM TheTrailblazerCritic
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* SoOkayItsAverage: Generally considered a campy and rather stereotypical period piece that is lifted up by a suspenseful plot driven by Roger Moore and Jane Seymour's standout performances.


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23rd Oct '16 3:30:14 PM Rubber_Lotus
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* {{Bowdlerization}}: As discussed [[http://thebondologistblog.blogspot.com/2012/08/james-bond-novels-that-were-edited.html here]], several of Fleming's less-sensitive moments were changed or deleted outright when this book first hit the United States.
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