Licence To Kill Trivia
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Thanks to Robert BaumDiana Lee Hsu, who played one of the Chinese agents in Isthmus City had once been a Playmate of the Month in Hugh Heffner's celebrated monthly. Cary Hiroyuki Tagawa, who also portrayed one of the Chinese agents went on to portray a drug lord in "Showdown in Little Tokyo" (1991).
Thanks to LoverswithCassieYou can hear scriptwriter/producer Michael G. Wilson uncredited as a DEA Agent.
Rewind ArchiveGrand L. Bush plays a DEA agent out to catch Sanchez (Robert Davi). Bush and Davi were earlier partners, as the FBI "Johnsons" in Die Hard (1988).
Rewind ArchiveThis was Oscar Winner Benicio Del Toro's first feature film.
Rewind ArchiveLas Vegas showman Wayne Newton cameos in the part of a swindling evangelist in the film.
Rewind ArchiveIn the final chase sequence, just after 007 lands on the tanker, Sanchez fires at Bond hitting the truck's fuel tanks. The sound of the bullets ricocheting off the tanks plays the start of the James Bond theme.
Rewind ArchiveAt the end of the film, the credits simply say, "James Bond will return".
Rewind ArchiveDavid Hedison returns as Felix Leiter, the only actor to portray the character twice (the first time was in Live and Let Die (1973)). The character has appeared in seven Eon/Bond films and has been played by six different actors.
Rewind ArchiveThis is the first Bond film not to take its title from an Ian Fleming James Bond novel or short story, even though there were still several usable titles available such as "Property of a Lady" and "Quantum of Solace". The story, however, is not completely original, as it takes significant elements from the novel "Live and Let Die" and the short story "The Hildebrand Rarity".
Rewind ArchiveMaking their final appearances with the James Bond series: Richard Maibaum (writer), Maurice Binder (title design), Robert Brown as 'M' and Caroline Bliss as 'Moneypenny'...not to mention Timothy Dalton as 'James Bond'.
Rewind ArchiveTo date, this is the last film to show James Bond smoking. There is also a health warning in the end credits.
Thanks to DevinThis is the last Bond film during the cold war preceding the the post cold war outing "Goldeneye" (1996)
Rewind ArchiveDirector John Glen's trademark pigeon shows up... As Bond lands on the balcony outside Sanchez's office at the casino, he's startled by a flock of pigeons flying in his face.
Rewind ArchiveThe character of President Hector Lopez (played by Pedro Armendariz, Jr.) was named after Hector Lopez, who was the production supervisor of the shoot in Mexico.
There's often fake stuff floating round, y'know? -Like the 'ghost boy' that can allegedly be seen in "Three Men And A Baby".
But, nothing bogus that we know yet for "Licence To Kill".
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