- 112 min
- Directed by: Guy Hamilton
- Written by: Ian Fleming
- Cast: Sean Connery, Shirley Eaton, Gert Fröbe, Honor Blackman, Harold Sakata, Bernard Lee, Tania Mallet
- Website: www.007.com
The one with Pussy Galore, Odd Job, Shirley Bassey belting it out, Shirley Eaton covered in gold and a typically over-the-top plot as mad Auric plans to break into Fort Knox. Much better on the big screen when it doesn't have to be crammed into the TV frame.
RED CARPET EVENT - 50th ANNIVERSARY SCREENING
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Accompanied by 'Sea Front', a short film by award winning artist Claire Lamond commissioned by Fife Cultural Trust to mark the 100th anniversary of the First World War.
Directed by Guy Hamilton
Starring Sean Connery, Gert Frobe, Honor Blackman
The usually unflappable James Bond is strapped down to a pure gold table; even he looks a bit concerned as a red laser moves slowly upbetween his legs. “Do you expect me to talk?” he asks. “No Mr Bond,”laughs the villain, “I expect you to die.”
It's a classic encounter, one of the best in the entire 007 series, and still captures that distinctive blend of fantasy fun and hidden menace a full 50 years after its release.
Yes, Goldfinger is celebrating its own golden anniversary, which is all the excuse we need to watch Scotland's Sean Connery in action as he uncovers a plot to attack the US Bullion Depository at Fort Knox.
These were the days when a James Bond movie meant you got girls with names like Pussy Galore, a belter of a song by Shirley Bassey and a bowler hat-throwing henchman called Oddjob who pretty much steals the show from his devious boss.
Running Time 105 mins
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