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The Living Daylights (1987)

James Bond 007 at his most dangerous in The Living Daylights

Original Title : The Living Daylights
Director : John Glen
Writer : Ian Fleming
Richard Maibaum
Michael G. Wilson
Genre : Action
Adventure/Music/Thriller
Country : UK
Language : English
Producer : Albert R. Broccoli , Barbara Broccoli , Tom Pevsner , Michael G. Wilson
Music : John Barry
Pål Waaktaar
Photography : Alec Mills
Distributor : MGM/UA Distribution Company
IMDB ID : 0093428
Official site : http://www.mgm.com/title_title.do?title_star=LIVINGDA
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Starring

Timothy Dalton James Bond
Maryam d'Abo Kara Milovy
Jeroen Krabbé General Georgi Koskov
Joe Don Baker Brad Whitaker
John Rhys-Davies General Leonid Pushkin
Art Malik Kamran Shah
Andreas Wisniewski Necros
Thomas Wheatley Saunders
Desmond Llewelyn Q
Robert Brown M
Geoffrey Keen Sir Frederick Gray
Walter Gotell General Anatol Gogol
Caroline Bliss Miss Moneypenny
John Terry Felix Leiter
Virginia Hey Rubavitch
John Bowe Colonel Feyador
Julie T. Wallace Rosika Miklos
Kell Tyler Linda
Catherine Rabett Liz
Dulice Liecier Ava, Pushkin's Girl
Nadim Sawalha Tangier Chief of Security
Alan Talbot Koskov's KGB Minder
Carl Rigg Imposter
Tony Cyrus Chief of Snow Leopard Brotherhood
Atik Mohamed Achmed
Michael Moor Kamran's Man
Sumar Khan Kamran's Man
Ken Sharrock Jailer
Peter Porteous Gasworks Supervisor
Antony Carrick Blayden Male Secretary
Frederick Warder 004
Glyn Baker 002
Derek Hoxby Sergeant Stagg
Bill Weston Blayden Butler
Richard Cubison Trade Center Toastmaster
Heinz Winter Vienna Hotel Concierge
Leslie French Lavatory Attendant
Odette Benatar Girl
Dianna Casale Girl
Sharon Devlin Girl
Femi Gardiner Girl
Patricia Keefer Girl
Ruddy Rodríguez Girl (as Ruddy Rodriguez
Mayte Sanchez Girl
Cela Savannah Girl
Karen Seeberg Girl
Waris Walsh Girl
Karen Williams Girl
John Barry Orchestra Conductor (uncredited
Simon Crane Gibraltar Soldier
Gregor Gruphoffer Boy with Balloon (uncredited
Suzy Herman Boy's Mother (uncredited
Michel Julienne Man in White Car (uncredited
Derek Lyons MI6 Agent (uncredited
Robert Miranda Pushkin's Hitman (uncredited
Michael Percival Blayden Cook (uncredited
Hanno Pöschl Prater Ferris Wheel Operator (uncredited
Chris Webb Soldier Distracted by Kara (uncredited
Paul Weston Gibraltar Soldier
Nick Wilkinson Russian Soldier on Plane (uncredited
Michael G. Wilson Opera Patron (uncredited
 

Plot

James Bond finds himself helping a Soviet general escape from the Iron Curtain only to see a cellist holding a rifle on his subject. When the general is recaptured, Bond decides to track him by finding out why a concert cello player would try and kill her benefactor. He escapes with her first to Vienna, then to Morocco, finally ending up in a prison in Soviet occupied Afghanistan as he tracks down the elements in this mystery.
 

Comments

A Great Bond Film, 29 November 1998 Author: M-10 from Westchester, New York Perhaps one of the most overlooked films in the James Bond series, this one brought things back down to Earth for the series. Though Roger Moore made a good James Bond, he had by now out-grown the series. Timothy Dalton is perhaps the most underrated actor to play James Bond, due to his rather brief stint as the character. He is terrific in both his films, and gives 007 a brooding that Bond has not had in any of his previous films. The movie is also good because the romance between Dalton and Mariam D'abo is there and is wonderful to see. Though Kara Milovy is not a tough Bond girl, she is one of the most sensitive and most romantic with Bond himself. The side love story is great to watch. The villains are not that good, for they are not given enough screen time, but the plot is great to try and figure out. Though it's not half as confusing as Mission: Impossible, it still took me a while to catch on at some parts. On a side note, John Rhys Daves once again proves what a great character actor he is as General Pushkin. This Bond movie stands out for it is basically the last to incorporate the USSR, the KGB, and any other Cold War element plots. Cheers to The Living Daylights, an unsung hero of the James Bond series.
 
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