The Living Daylights Movie Trivia

The Living Daylights Trivia

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John Rhys-Davies plays General Pushkin

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Film facts for the 1987 Action / Adventure movie starring Timothy Dalton, Maryam d'Abo, Jeroen Krabbé More Cast

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Producer/scriptwriter Michael G. Wilson makes an unbilled appearance as an opera patron.
Thanks to Robert Baum
The film marked the first time the character of Felix Leiter had appeared in a James Bond film since Roger Moore's first 007 outing Live and Let Die, actor John Terry was the sixth actor to portray 007's CIA colleague and he joined the company of previous Leiter's, Jack Lord, Cec Linder, Rick van Nutter, Norman Burton, and David Hedison.
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Rudy Rodriguez, Miss World Venezuela 1985, was one of the Bond girls in this film.
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The umbrellas that James Bond's jeep smashes through during the opening sequence have the initials "JB" printed on them.
Thanks to Robert Baum
Rhys-Davies was asked to return to the role of General Pushkin for the next entry "Licence to Kill". Upon being told that the part had really nothing to do with the story, the actor declined the offer.

Fortunately, for his next film project, John reprised the role of Sallah in "Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade"!
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Composer John Barry appears as Kara's orchestra leader in the final scene.
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Joe Don Baker, who plays the evil Brad Whitaker in this film, went on to play CIA Agent Jack Wade in GoldenEye (1995) and Tomorrow Never Dies (1997).

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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 "The Living Daylights".
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