Diamonds Are Forever

Next door to glass, but aided by the return of Connery (George Lazenby had undertaken the role of Bond in ON HER MAJESTY'S SECRET SERVICE) teamed with Jill St. John, instead of the usual parade of faceless Bond girls. The Las Vegas locations sizzle and the script at least has the good sense not to take itself too seriously. The producers had by now decided...read more

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Diamonds Are Forever - Trailer
00:34 — Connery's temporary return as secret agent 007, in which he matches wits with his old nemesis, Blofeld, in Las Vegas over a space laser.
Diamonds Are Forever
01:23 — Connery's temporary return as secret agent 007, in which he matches wits with his old nemesis, Blofeld, in Las Vegas over a space laser.
Diamonds Are Forever - Official Trailer
03:39 — Connery's temporary return as secret agent 007, in which he matches wits with his old nemesis, Blofeld, in Las Vegas over a space laser.
Diamonds Are Forever
00:55 — Connery's temporary return as secret agent 007, in which he matches wits with his old nemesis, Blofeld, in Las Vegas over a space laser.
(Movie Clip) All Behind You...
Captured again, 007 (Sean Connery) meets Blofeld (Charles Gray) and gets an assist from Tiffany (Jill St. John) in her memorable purple bikini, in Dia (more…)
(Movie Clip) Fifty-Fifty Split
Interrupted pre-tryst with Plenty O'Toole (Lana Wood), Bond (Sean Connery), posing as thief Peter Franks, is surprised when thugs withdraw, yielding t (more…)
(Movie Clip) Who Is Your Floor?
Playing dumb in Amsterdam, Bond (Sean Connery) engages thief Peter Franks (Joe Robinson) in a muscular brawl in an elevator, with Tiffany (Jill St. Jo (more…)
(Movie Clip) Mud Pies, Credits
Bond (Sean Connery) appears to have killed Blofeld (Charles Gray) in the opening sequence, leading to Shirley Bassey's rendition of the seemingly unre (more…)
Trailer
03:34 — The trailer for the seventh film in the James Bond franchise, Diamonds are Forever. After extensive travels, James Bond (Agent 007) returns valiantly (more…)

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  • Released: 1971
  • Rating: PG
  • Review: Next door to glass, but aided by the return of Connery (George Lazenby had undertaken the role of Bond in ON HER MAJESTY'S SECRET SERVICE) teamed with Jill St. John, instead of the usual parade of faceless Bond girls. The Las Vegas locations sizzle and the… (more)

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