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EON Productions movies
1.  Dr No
2.  Form Russia With Love
3.  Goldfinger
4.  Thunderball
5.  You Only Live Twice
6. 
On Her Majesty`s Secret Service
7.  Diamonds Are Forever
8   Live And Let Die
9. 
The Man With The Golden Gun
10.The Spy Who Loved Me
11.Moonraker 1979
12.For Your Eyes Only 1981
13.Octopussy 1983  
14.A View To A Kill 1985  
15.The Living Daylights
16.Licence To Kill 
17.Goldeneye
18.Tomorrow Never Dies 
19.The World Is Not Enough
20.Die Another Day
21.Casino Royale
22.Quantum Of Solace
23.James Bond 23
24.
James Bond  24

Not included in 
Bondserie or
EON Productions

Casino Royale 1954
Casino Royale 1967
Never Say Never Again
1983

Producer
Albert "Cubby"Broccoli
Harry Saltzman
Barbara Broccoli
Michael G,Wilson

Writers to all Bond books
Ian Fleming  
Amis Kingsley
Raymond Benson 
John Gardner
Charlie Higson
Sebastian Faulks
Bondbooks

James Bond actors
Barry Nelson

Sean Connery

George Lazenby
Roger Moore
Timothy Dalton
Pierce Brosnan
Daniel Craig

James Bond Composers
Monty Norman 1

John Barry 11
George Martin 1
Marvin Hamlisch 1
Bill Conti 1
Michael Kamen 1

Eric Serra 1

David Arnold 
5
James Bond Music
22 Best Bondsoundtrack

Bondgirls
Honey Ryder Ursula Andress
Britt Ekland 
Izabella Scorupco
Maud Adams 
Kristina Wayborn
Mary Stavin 


Mission: From Russia With Love
Released: October 13, 1963
Bond: Sean Connery
Director: Terence Young
Budget: $2.2 Million
U.S. Boxoffice: $24.8 Million
Worldwide Boxoffice: $78.9 Million
Running Time: 118 Minutes
UnivEx Rating: 007


Villain: Ernst Stavro Blofeld
Organization: SPECTRE
Scheme: The theft of a LEKTOR and the embarassment of MI6
Henchmen: Rosa Klebb, Red Grant
Girls: Sylvia Trench, Zora, Vida, Tatiana Romanova
Allies: Ali Kerim Bey
Bond's Kill Count: 13
Bond's Conquest Count: 4

Agent 007 ser rött. Orginal Poster

Mission
SPECTRE plans an intricate scheme to lure James Bond into stealing a valuable Soviet decoding machine, and unknowingly deliver it into their hands. In the process, Agent 007 is to suffer a humiliating and disgraceful death.

Summary: Sean Connery returns as James Bond in this thrill-a-minute adventure with blistering action, romance, and high-tech gadgetry. The evil organization SPECTRE has hatched a plan to steal a decoder that will access Russian state secrets and irrevocably unbalance the world order. It is up to James Bond to seize the device first, but he must confront enemies that include Red Grant and the ruthless Rosa Klebb, a former KGB agent with poison-tipped shoes. Even as Bond romances a stunning Soviet defector, he realizes he is being lured into a deadly trap, and he will need all of his courage, abilities and cutting-edge technology to triumph over the forces that seek to destroy him.

Review: Perhaps the most realistic and down-to-earth movie of the series, From Russia With Love is the perfect Bond movie and my favorite of the series. Sean Connery is in the prime of his Bondian career both physically and in terms of his portrayal of the character. While many consider  Goldfinger to be his best movie, I feel that he was a bit too comfortable in it. In From Russia With Love, he still seems a bit wet around the collar, which is perfect for an agent on his second mission. Connery is also most like Ian Fleming’s version of 00: something that gets lost in his later films.

As for the film itself, the tone is set early when Red Grant kills a Bond double during the opening sequence, showing the audience that this man is Bond’s equal, even if it is not Bond himself. As the movie continues, Bond must rely on his skills as a secret agent and his God-given talents, not on Q’s gadgets and dumb luck. The plot itself is brilliant yet simple; spies don’t spend their lives battling megalomaniac villains bent on world domination. Rather, the espionage aspect of this film seems like something Bond would be more suited for in real life.

Date of release: 10 October 1963 (UK), 8 April 1964 (US)
Running time: 116 mins
Aspect ratio: 1.66 : 1
Classification: PG (UK)

Alternative titles: Love Greetings From Moscow (Germany), Hearty Kisses From Russia (France), To 007, From Russia With Love (Italy), Love And Kisses From Russia (Belgium), Agent 007 Sees Red (Sweden), Moscow Versus 007 (Portugal), 007 In Istanbul (Finland), The Return Of Agent 007 (Latin America).



Agent 007 ser rött. Orginal Poster 

1963 Agent 007 ser rött. 
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Summary:
Sean Connery returns as James Bond in this thrill-a-minute adventure with blistering action, romance, and high-tech gadgetry. The evil organization SPECTRE has hatched a plan to steal a decoder that will access Russian state secrets and irrevocably unbalance the world order. It is up to James Bond to seize the device first, but he must confront enemies that include Red Grant and the ruthless Rosa Klebb, a former KGB agent with poison-tipped shoes. Even as Bond romances a stunning Soviet defector, he realizes he is being lured into a deadly trap, and he will need all of his courage, abilities and cutting-edge technology to triumph over the forces that seek to destroy him.

Review: Perhaps the most realistic and down-to-earth movie of the series, From Russia With Love is the perfect Bond movie and my favorite of the series. Sean Connery is in the prime of his Bondian career both physically and in terms of his portrayal of the character. While many consider  Goldfinger to be his best movie, I feel that he was a bit too comfortable in it. In From Russia With Love, he still seems a bit wet around the collar, which is perfect for an agent on his second mission. Connery is also most like Ian Fleming’s version of 00: something that gets lost in his later films.

As for the film itself, the tone is set early when Red Grant kills a Bond double during the opening sequence, showing the audience that this man is Bond’s equal, even if it is not Bond himself. As the movie continues, Bond must rely on his skills as a secret agent and his God-given talents, not on Q’s gadgets and dumb luck. The plot itself is brilliant yet simple; spies don’t spend their lives battling megalomaniac villains bent on world domination. Rather, the espionage aspect of this film seems like something Bond would be more suited for in real life.

Another wonderful aspect of From Russia With Love is that it continues the Blofeld/SPECTRE arc that was begun in Dr No. Blofeld’s introduction and utilization is well done, not giving away too much of who he will become in the Bond universe while still impressing the diabolical nature of his character. There is no need to see his face yet, as he is a mere puppet-master in the film.

The true villains of the movie, Rosa Klebb and Red Grant, are brilliantly developed characters and two of the most memorable of the series. Klebb’s shoe goes down as one of the best villain “gadgets” ever and the battle between Bond and Red Grant aboard the Orient Express shows the true brutality of Bond’s job as well as just how much of a trained assassin he is. Even Kronsteen, who has minimal time, is a sinister and brilliant henchman who is a perfect fit for the film.

Of course, what would a Bond film be without the Bond Girls. First, Sylvia Trench returns for a little rendezvous with Bond in the beginning of the movie and later the gypsy battle between Zora and Vida provides some fantastic eye-candy. However, the screen really heats up when Tatiana Romanova first meets Bond in bed, wearing only a bowtie. Tatiana is, in my opinion, the most beautiful Bond girl in the series and, despite being in an early Bond movie, she is still a strong woman.

To conclude, From Russia With Love excels in that it takes its time, develops the characters and makes the viewer care for the people on the screen. In addition, it manages to avoid the “dragging” feeling prevalent in so many of the early Bond films and moves quickly enough to not lose the viewer’s interest no matter how many times it is viewed. So, due to amazing characters and their development, stunning locations, a classic plot and James Bond at his best, I can safely declare From Russia With Love as my favorite in the series.

 
  • First pre-title action sequence
  • First hit theme song
  • First appearance of the back of Ernst Stavro Blofeld's head
  • First appearance of Ernst Stavro Blofeld's white Persian cat
  • First mention of SMERSH
  • First relationship of any kind with the Russians
  • First time Bond has a love affair with a Russian
  • First appearance of Q = Desmond Llewelyn has appeared in 17 Bond films 
  • First Q gadget (The briefcase)
  • First villain with a gadget (Grant's watch)
  • First Bond boat chase
  • First appearance of Walter Gotell (Later played General Gogol)
  • Bond's first unofficial marriage (Mr. and Mrs. Sommerset)
  • First returning Bond girl (Sylvia Trench)
  • First time Bond uses any kind of wireless communication device (the beeper)
  • First time Bond is being chased by a helicopter
  • First fight on a train
  • First appearance of Bond's Bentley
  • First time the alternate 007 theme is used (the one during the boat chase)
  • First time Bond is in a Mediterranean country.
  • First defection (even though it organized by SPECTRE)
  • First appearance of a car phone
  • First time 007 drives a pickup truck (1960 Chevrolet C30 flatbed)
  • First time a wristwatch contained gadgetry
  • First time 007 goes to Venice, Italy
  • First time the villain avenges a colleague's death (Blofeld wants revenge for Dr. No's death)
  • First time another Cubby Broccoli/Saltzman production appears in a Bond film (the poster for the film Call Me Bwana)
  • First time there is nudity in a Bond movie (Tatiana is naked in Bond's hotel)
  • First time a Bond girl kills a villain (Tatiana kills Klebb)
  • First time a character is a lesbian
  • First time Bond quotes Shakespeare, telling Moneypenny "Once more unto the breach..." from Henry V
  • First female military figure
 
  • The underground escape sequence was filmed with over 200 live rats, some of which escaped and ran amok on the streets of Madrid.

  • The helicopter sequence was filmed in Scotland and Sean Connery dodged a real helicopter.

  • Unknown to cast and crew, Pedro Armendariz (Ali Karim Bey) was dying of cancer. When his conditions was revealed, he nonetheless finished his scenes and a party was thrown in his honor. Days later, in the hospital, he committed suicide.

  • In both the British and American trailers, the name of every major cast member is mentioned, except one: Sean Connery.

  • One of the fighting gypsy girls, Martine Beswick, was identified as "Martin Beswick" in the main title sequence.

  • Martine Beswick is an ex-Miss Jamaica.

  • Daniella Bianchi was an ex-Miss Italy.

  • From Russia With Love was the last movie US President John F. Kennedy saw before his assassination

  • Principal photography for the film ended 2 days before a revolution in Istanbul.

  • This is Sean Connery's favorite Bond film.

  • Just after Bond and Tatiana jump off the Orient Express, Ian Fleming can be seen standing next to a car.

  • Blofeld was played by Anthony Dawson (Dent in Dr. No) and his voice was dubbed by Eric Phollman.

  • When Pedro Armendariz was too weak with cancer to act out his scenes, director Terrance Young filled in for him.

  • Daniella Bianchi's voice was dubbed by Barbara Jefford

  • Bond's hotel receptionist is played by Monica van der Syl who also dubbed Ursula Andress' voice in Dr No
 

EON Productions movies
1.Dr No1962-Sean Connery
2.Form Russia With Love1963-Sean Connery
3.Goldfinger1964-Sean Connery
4.Thunderball 1965-Sean Connery
5.You Only Live Twice 1967-Sean Connery
6.On Her Majesty`s Secret Service 1969-George Lazenby
7.Diamonds Are Forever 1971-Sean Connery
8.Live And Let Die 1973- Roger Moore
9.The Man With The Golden Gun 1974 - Roger Moore
10.The Spy Who Loved Me 1977-Roger Moore
11.Moonraker 1979 – Roger Moore
12.For Your Eyes Only 1981– Roger Moore
13.Octopussy 1983 - Roger Moore
14.A View To A Kill 1985 - Roger Moore
15.
The  Living Daylights 1987-Timothy Dalton Iskallt Uppdrag
16.Licence To Kill 1989-Timothy Dalton Tid För Hämnd
17.Goldeneye 1995-Pierce Brosnan
18.Tomorrow Never Dies 1997-Pierce Brosnan
19.The World Is Not Enough 1999-Pierce Brosnan
20.Die Another Day 2002-Pierce Brosnan
21.Casino Royale 2006-Daniel Craig
22.Quantum Of Solace 2008-Daniel Craig
23.James Bond 23-Daniel Craig
24.James Bond 24-Daniel Craig



Daniela Bianchi - Tatiana Romanova

Tatiana: The mechanism is... Oh James, James... Will you make love to me all the time in England?
James Bond: Day and night. Go on about the mechanism.

Daniela Bianchi was a former Miss Rome and runner-up for Miss World in 1960, but didn't have much acting experience, and five years after her role as Bond girl Tatiana Romanova, retired from acting and later married an Italian shipping magnate.

Her voice was dubbed in From Russia With Love, but as the typical Bond girl, she surely wasn't cast for her acting skills.

Instead of the classic ridiculously insinuating name, Daniela Bianchi's Bond girl boasts the ridiculously clichéd Russian name "Tatiana Romanova

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

AGENT 007 SER RÖTT
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Releasedatum: 10 Oktober 1963 (UK), 8 April 1964 (US)
Längd: 116 minuter
Bild: 1.66: 1
Ämne: PG (UK)

Andra artiklar: Love Greetings From Moskva (Tyskland), Hearty Kisses From Russia (Frankrike), , From Russia With Love (Italien),  Ryssland (Belgien), Agent 007 Ser Rött (Sverige), Moskva Versus 007 (Portugal), 007 i Istanbul (Finland), The Return of Agent 007 (Latinamerika).

 Poäng
Regissör: Terence Young
Producerad av: Harry Saltzman och Albert R Broccoli
Screenplay by: Richard Maibaum
Anpassats av: Johanna Harwood
Art director: Syd Cain
Director of Photography: Ted Moore BSC
Redaktör: Peter Hunt
Specialeffekter av: John Stears
Stunt arbete arrangeras av: Peter Perkins
Huvudtitel designed by: Robert Brownjohn
Biträdas av: Trevor Bond.
 musik
Orkestermusik sammansatt och genomförs av: John Barry

Huvudtema: "From Russia With Love"
Sångare : Matt Monro
Skrivet av: Lionel Bart
Högsta UK chart position: Låten nådde nummer 20, den instrumentala versionen som utförts av John Barry Orchestra, nådde nummer 39.

 Öppningen titlar åtföljs av en instrumental version av låten som segues i James Bond-tema.. Låten i sig används för slutet titlar (liksom att yttra sig om en radio under den första scenen med Bond och Sylvia). T. Poängen för film innehåller den första användningen av ett stycke musik av John Barry som kallas "007" som också skulle kunna användas i flera efterföljande filmer (det hörs här under zigenare läger slaget och när Bond räder det ryska konsulatet ).

Rollbesättning
James Bond: Sean Connery
Corporal Tatiana Romanova: Daniela Bianchi (dubbed by Barbara Jefford) Corporal Tatiana Romanova: Daniela Bianchi (dubbad av Barbara Jefford)
Kerim Bey: Pedro Armendariz 
Överste Rosa Klebb: Lotte Lenya
Donald Grant: Robert Shaw
M: Bernard Lee
Kronsteen: Vladek Sheybal
Sylvia Trench: Eunice Gayson 
Morzeny: Walter Gotell 
Vavra: Francis de Wolff 
Tåg Mästare: George Pastell
Kerim's Girl: Nadja Regin 
Miss Moneypenny: Lois Maxwell 
Vida: Aliza Gur Vida: Aliza Gur
Zora: Martine Beswick Z
Ernst Stavro Blofeld: ?(faktiskt Anthony Dawson med röst Eric Pohlman)
Ziganare Dansaren: Leila 
Utländsk  Agent: Hasan Ceylan 
Krilencu: Fred Haggerty 
Kerim's Chauffeur: Neville Jason 
Benz: Peter Bayliss 
Mehmet: Nushet Ataer 
Rhoda: Peter Brayhem 
Major Boothroyd: Desmond Llewelyn
Massös: Jan Williams
McAdams: Peter Madden. 

Uncredited: Uncredited:
Captain Nash: Bill Hill 
Tempo: Nushet Atear 
Moské Tour Guide: Muhammat Kohen

 Fakta
  Gunbarrel: Den här filmen är den första att använda en pre-poäng sekvens, men utmärkande Gunbarrel öppning är naturligtvis kvar.  Sekvensen återanvänder de också Bob Simmons Bob_Simmons.gif (49535 bytes) bilderna från Dr No, men den här gången prick flyttas kontinuerligt över skärmen. Placeringen av Bond-tema liknar den som används i resten av filmen. Efter skotthåll Bond bleknar den Gunbarrel blir en prick igen. 

  Bond_From_Russia_With_Love_song.jpg (9837 bytes) Soundtrack: Titelmelodin hörs när filmens tema spelas på radio. Senare när Bond är på väg till Istanbul han lämnar ett fotografi av Tania med Moneypenny. Han skriver meningen "From Russia With Love".

 Den nya metoden: I Dr No den största förändringen som gjorts efter romanen är införandet av SPECTRE i filmen, i Flemings version av komplott mot Bond samordnas med SMERSH snarare än en utomstående att manipulera brittiska och Sovjet.  
   decoding_machine_Spektor_Lektor.jpg (68229 bytes) Avkodningsmaskinen kallades ursprungligen för Spektor men detta ändras till Lektor i filmen.
Dessutom öppnades den sista delen av filmen  med en helikopter och scener båten efter den långa sekvens på Orientexpressen.
Det finns också en smärre ändring av titeln, eftersom Flemings roman heter "From Russia, With Love", inklusive ett kommatecken som utelämnats ur filmen titeln.

I hennes majestäts hemliga tjänst:
 
 M_Bernard_Lee_from_russia_with_love.jpg (32360 bytes)  M, som kallas "chefen för brittiska underrättelsetjänsten" av Blofeld, 
    Bond_Moneypenny.jpg (75325 bytes)  Moneypenny tillbaka från den första filmen.
Dock är filmen utmärks av det första utbrottet av Desmond Llewelyn som Q. Q_Major_Boothroyd.jpg (35839 bytes)
Men även Q Branch nämns för första gången, är Llewelyn karaktären endast kallat utrustning Officer och han krediteras som Boothroyd, som var namnet av vapensmed spelad av Peter Burton i Dr No. Det var Llewelyn bara rösterna när Burton varit otillgänglig. Förvisso är Q: s roll i denna film, mycket lik den vapensmed i den första filmen och hans karaktär har ännu inte fastställts.

    The Universal Exports täcknamn för Secret Service används igen när Bond telefoner i när han är bleeped, även om han förkortar det till "UnivEx" (den enda gången som detta formulär används).
    När Bond är i Istanbul han får hjälp av en annan utomlands station, Station T (Turkiet), som leds av gemytlig Kerim Bey Ali_Kerim_Bey_Pedro_Armendariz.jpg (60054 bytes) som tycker om utmaningen att intelligens tullar på Balkan efter börjar livet som en cirkus starke man.  De flesta av nyckelpersoner på stationen, som använder en matta butik som täckmantel, är Kerim söner. När han är på flykt på Orientexpressen Bond ber om hjälp från stationen Y (förmodligen Jugoslavien, även om detta inte anges).  Kapten Nash skickas att möta Bond i Zagreb, men tyvärr han möter Grant först. Senare, är Bond hjälp av någon som heter Paul Maxwell i Venedig, som antagligen är från en italiensk station (Maxwell verkar inte Bond utan talar till honom på telefon).
   Det är klarlagt att tjänsten har ett erkännande kod så att dess agenter kan berätta för varandra utom som innebär att en av dem bad om en ljus och erbjuds en cigarett brev.  Dock är koden kända för SPECTRE som tvingade den från en agent i Tokyo.

  Platser: SPECTRE Island, organisationens träningsläger i en hemlig plats (men förmodligen någonstans nära Adriatiska havet), London (inklusive några närliggande landsbygden där Bond och Sylvia njuter punting), Istanbul, Turkiet, hela Jugoslavien på Orientexpressen (stannar vid Belgrad och Zagreb på väg till Trieste).

  SPECTRE_organisation.jpg (25784 bytes) Skurken: Det finns ingen skurk, förutom SPECTRE organisationen i sig, som nämndes i Dr No. SPECTRE är baserad på en ö i en okänd plats och använder också en lyxjakt. Den har en logotyp bestående av en bläckfisk. Chefen för organisationen är (se "Om serien" nedan), men det finns tre huvudsakliga agenter som visas i filmen.
    Kronsteen_SPECTRE_Number5.jpg (47995 bytes) Kronsteen är SPECTRE nummer 5 och direktör för planering som är ansvarig för den komplott mot Bond. Han är tjeckoslovakisk och använder också sina färdigheter spelar schack. Han dog när han idiotsäkert tomt misslyckas.
 Rosa_Klebb_SPECTRE_Number3.jpg (54567 bytes) Överste Rosa Klebb är SPECTRE Nummer 3.  Hon var tidigare operativ chef för SMERSH, den sovjetiska underrättelsetjänsten, innan hon övergick till SPECTRE. Av någon anledning att ryssarna höll hennes avhopp tyst (Bond inte visste om det). Klebb blir skjuten av Tania.
  Donald_Grant_psychotic_killer.jpg (92257 bytes)  Den sista medlemmen i teamet är Donald Grant, en psykotisk mördare som används som en lönnmördare som Spectre. Han var en dömd mördare som rymt Dartmoor fängelset år 1960 innan de rekryteras av SPECTRE i Tanger 1962.Han dödades av Bond.

Bond Flickan: korpral Tatiana Romanova (hennes vänner kallar henne Tania), en kontorist som arbetade på ryska konsulatet i Istanbul som har använts som en bricka i SPECTRE: s organisation. Hon utbildade sig till ballerina men växte ett par centimeter över tillåten höjd. Hon hade tre älskare före Bond och tror att hennes mun är för stor.

Bonds erövringar: Fyra - Sylvia, Vida och Zora (den zigenska flickor), och Tania.
Sylvia_Trench.jpg (56870 bytes)Vida_Aliza_Gur_From_Russia_with_Love.jpg (51830 bytes)Zora_Martine_Beswicke.jpg (35580 bytes)Tatiana_Romanova_frwl.jpg (56061 bytes)

    Gadgets: Bond är före sin tid och har både en personsökare och en biltelefon.
car_phone_pager.jpg (65391 bytes)
Senare använder han en liten bugg detektor och en bandspelare som är gömd inuti en kamera.
 
camera_tape_recorder.jpg (67332 bytes)

 
Men är den viktigaste gadget i svart läder ATTACHÉVÄSKA black _leather_ttache_case_frwl.jpg (52876 bytes)  som numera standardutrustning för agenter (kapten Nash har en såväl som Bond).
Den innehåller 20 patroner, en platt kastar kniv och 50  guldmynt, samt en kapsel av tårgas maskerade som en burk talkpuder som exploderar om fallet inte öppnas på rätt sätt. Också en del av kit är en 0,25 kaliber AR7 hopfällbar gevär med en infraröd syn. Inte att överträffat har också bevilja en dödlig leksak i form av en klocka med en tråd garotting wire. 
garotting_wire_FRWL.jpg (42882 bytes)

(en avrättningsmetod tidigare praktiserat i Spanien, där en skärpt halsjärn används för att strypa eller bryta nacken av en dömd person.) 
Också av betydelse är Lektor maskin, som kan avkoda alla ryska's top secret sändningar. Det är en skrivmaskin formad maskin som väger ca 10 kg. Det är både Självkalibrerande och manuell med en inbyggd kompensator. Den har 24 symbol nycklar och 16 nycklar i registret.

   Sylvia_Trench.jpg (56870 bytes) Återkommande karaktärer: Bond syns för första gången tillbringa tid med Sylvia Trench, återigen spelad av Eunice Gayson, som han träffade i Dr No. Det nämns att Sylvia inte har sett Bond i sex månader. Avsikten var ursprungligen att Sylvia skulle vara en regelbunden karaktär och skapar en löpande skämt med Bond alltid anropas ifrån henne. Detta var dock filmen tecknet slutliga utseende.

   Nr1_Spectre_FRWL_Cat.jpg (57399 bytes) From Russia With Love  introducerar chefen för SPECTRE, som skulle finnas i ett antal senare filmer. Trots anges på skärmen bara som 1: han heter Ernst Blofeld  i slutet filmen. 
Men producenterna valde att skapa en atmosfär av mystik över karaktär, hans ansikte är inte inloggad och skådespelare kredit skall ersättas med ett frågetecken.
Blofeld faktiskt spelas av Anthony Dawson (som var professor Dent i Dr No) och hans röst dubbades av Eric Pohlman. Intressant nog kan man konstatera att Blofeld har hår, i motsats till de kala personer som skulle bli berömd. Blofeld varumärke vit katt (som aldrig var namngivet)  etablerades här.

Continuitet: Det finns två referenser till den föregående filmen. Kronsteen säger att SPECTRE  är riktat mot Bond delvis som hämnd för sin döda Dr No, och senare Sylvia nämner henne förra gången med Bond då fick han kallas bort till Jamaica. Sylvia hänvisar också till sin golf hobby, som skapades i den första filmen.

Ian_Fleming_FRWL_Cameo.jpg (48817 bytes)  Mr. Fleming makes a rare cameo appearance in 1963's From Russia With Love after Bond and Tatiana Romanova get on the Orient Express. He is seen after the train passes the man in the car, and seems to have a cow or some animal nearby. For those of you with the Special Edition DVD, the cameo occurs at approximately 1:16:. Here is a screenshot of the cameo: Cameos: Det finns ett trovärdigt rykte att Ian Fleming själv gör en cameo framträdande i filmen. Scenen i fråga är när Orientexpressen passerar Kerim Bey är förbryllad son. Till höger finns en siffra på en gråhårig man i en vit tröja och mörka byxor som är stödd på en käpp. Han ser också mot kameran när tåget passerar bakom honom. Teorin om att detta är Fleming stöds av fotografier av Fleming besöka platsen för inspelningen From Russia With Love där han är klädd i liknande kläder och bär på en utsirad käpp.
    Produktionsledare Bill Hill framstår som den verkliga kapten Nash. Dessutom var kvinnan som filmar Bond och Tania från bron i Venedig i slutet av filmen gift med regissören Terence Young.
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    Även om det inte är absolut en cameo, Terence Young var också med i filmen, en dubbning på  för Pedro Armendáriz, som spelade Kerim Bey och var allvarligt sjuk under inspelningen (i själva verket begick självmord kort efter avslutad filmning).Pedro_Armendariz.jpg (71225 bytes)

 Cuts: Filmen förlorade en sekvens där Grant kommentarer om filmen som han har av Bond i sängen med Tania ( "Vilken prestation!"). Detta förklarar Bonds kommentar i gondolen vid slutet av den färdiga filmen ( "Han hade rätt du vet"). En  sekvens i Istanbul togs bort där Kerim Bey förhindra bulgariska agenten från följande Bond genom att krossa hans bil. Denna scen togs bort när det konstateras att Bond hade dödat den bulgariska agent tidigare i filmen!

  Bond citat?
My Name is Bond...James Bond  varumärke introduktion inte någonstans i filmen, antagligen på grund av att alla verkar ha en ganska bra uppfattning om vem han är.

Vodka Martinis: Bond  förbrukar något under filmen. Istället dricker han medium kaffe med Kerim Bey och sedan tar vin med middag på Orientexpressen.

 Gambling: Återigen ingen, annan än M och Bond beslut att gå till Lektor när allt är uppenbarligen en fälla!

Bond bitar: Bond har bruna ögon och ett ärr vid basen av ryggen. Han kör en grön vintage Bentley (i enlighet med Bond i Flemings romaner).

Övrigt: Bond nämns en gång att han var i Tokyo med M och de hade en "intressant upplevelse". När Bond och Tania är på Orientexpressen utger sig att vara ett gift par som heter David och Caroline Somerset  återvänder till sina hem i Derbyshire efter en affärsresa, de har inga barn. Miss  Miss Moneypenny har aldrig varit i Istanbul.

Vladek plays a villain named Kronsteen (or Number 5). He is a member of S.P.E.C.T.E.R. Något annat?: Öppningen schackspel mellan Kronsteen och McAdams byggde på en berömd match mellan Boris Spassky och David Bronstein (vanns av Spassky).
 
  Anita_Ekberg_FRWL.jpg (68009 bytes)  Den lucka i sidan av byggnaden som fungerar som Krilencu s räddningsväg döljs av munnen av Anita Ekberg i en affisch för en film som heter "Call Me Bwana". Denna  filmen från 1963 med Bob Hope och Anita Ekberg producerades av Harry Saltzman och Albert R Broccoli och deras namn kan ses på affischen.
     Receptionisten på Bonds Istanbul Hotel har samma röst som Honey Rider i Dr No, detta beror på det faktum att båda dubbades av Monica van der Syl (som också dubbade Claudine Auger i Thunderball).
   From Russia With Love var den första filmen att tillkännage en efterföljare (James Bond will return) i slutet på filmen, en trend som kommer att fortsätta fram till Octopussy. I slutet av filmtexten var det ett misstag att skriva att James Bond-tema var av Monte Norman (i stället för Monty Norman).

 

From Russia With Love
release details
Date of release: 10 October 1963 (UK), 8 April 1964 (US)
Running time: 116 mins
Aspect ratio: 1.66 : 1
Classification: PG (UK)

Alternative titles: Love Greetings From Moscow (Germany), Hearty Kisses From Russia (France), To 007, From Russia With Love (Italy), Love And Kisses From Russia (Belgium), Agent 007 Sees Red (Sweden), Moscow Versus 007 (Portugal), 007 In Istanbul (Finland), The Return Of Agent 007 (Latin America).

 

credits
Directed by: Terence Young
Produced by: Harry Saltzman and Albert R Broccoli
Screenplay by: Richard Maibaum
Adapted by: Johanna Harwood
Art director: Syd Cain
Director of photography: Ted Moore BSC
Editor: Peter Hunt
Special effects by: John Stears
Stunt work arranged by: Peter Perkins
Main title designed by: Robert Brownjohn
Assisted by: Trevor Bond.
music
Orchestral music composed and conducted by: John Barry

Main theme: "From Russia With Love"
Performed by: Matt Monro
Written by: Lionel Bart
Highest UK chart position: Song reached number 20; the instrumental version as performed by the John Barry Orchestra, reached number 39.

Musical notes: The opening titles are accompanied by an instrumental version of the song which segues into the James Bond theme. The song itself is used for the end titles (as well as being heard on a radio during the first scene with Bond and Sylvia). The score for the film includes the first use of a piece of music by John Barry known as "007" which would also be used in a number of subsequent films (it is heard here during the gypsy camp battle and when Bond raids the Russian consulate).

cast
James Bond: Sean Connery
Corporal Tatiana Romanova: Daniela Bianchi (dubbed by Barbara Jefford)
Kerim Bey: Pedro Armendariz
Colonel Rosa Klebb: Lotte Lenya
Donald Grant: Robert Shaw
M: Bernard Lee
Kronsteen: Vladek Sheybal
Sylvia Trench: Eunice Gayson
Morzeny: Walter Gotell
Vavra: Francis de Wolff
Train Conductor: George Pastell
Kerim's Girl: Nadja Regin
Miss Moneypenny: Lois Maxwell
Vida: Aliza Gur
Zora: Martine Beswick
Ernst Stavro Blofeld: ? (actually Anthony Dawson with the voice of Eric Pohlman)
Gypsy Dancer: Leila
Foreign Agent: Hasan Ceylan
Krilencu: Fred Haggerty
Kerim's Chauffeur: Neville Jason
Benz: Peter Bayliss
Mehmet: Nushet Ataer
Rhoda: Peter Brayhem
Major Boothroyd: Desmond Llewelyn
Masseuse: Jan Williams
McAdams: Peter Madden.

Uncredited:
Captain Nash: Bill Hill
Tempo: Nushet Atear
Mosque Tour Guide: Muhammat Kohen

notes
The gunbarrel: This film is the first to use a pre-credits sequence, but the distinctive gunbarrel opening is of course retained. The sequence reuses the Simmons footage from Dr No, but this time the dot moves continuously across the screen. The arrangement of the Bond theme is similar to that used in the rest of the movie. After the gunshot Bond fades the gunbarrel becomes a dot again. Most prints have the dot simply disappear and the precredits sequence start; however there has been a version in which the dot moves off screen to the right.

Using the title: The title is heard when the film's theme is playing on a radio. Later when Bond is leaving for Istanbul he leaves a photograph of Tania with Moneypenny. On it he writes the phrase "From Russia With Love".

The novel approach: Like Dr No the main change made from the novel is the introduction of SPECTRE to the film; in Fleming's version the plot against Bond is co-ordinated by SMERSH rather than a third party manipulating the British and Soviets. The decoding machine was originally called a Spektor but this is changed to Lektor in the film for obvious reasons. Also, the final part of the film was opened out with the addition of the helicopter and boat scenes after the lengthy sequence on the Orient Express. There is also a slight change to the title, since Fleming's novel is called "From Russia, With Love", including a comma that was omitted from the movie title.

On Her Majesty's Secret Service: M, who is referred to as "the head of British intelligence" by Blofeld, and Moneypenny return from the first film. However, the movie is notable for the first appearance of Desmond Llewelyn as Q. However, although Q Branch is referred to for the first time, Llewelyn's character is only referred to as the Equipment Officer and he is credited as Boothroyd, which was the name of the Armourer played by Peter Burton in Dr No. Indeed, Llewelyn was only cast when Burton proved unavailable. Certainly, Q's role in this film is very similar to the Armourer in the first movie and his testy character has yet to be established.
    The Universal Exports cover name for the Secret Service is used again when Bond phones in when he is bleeped, although he abbreviates it to "UnivEx" (the only time that this form is used).
    When Bond is in Istanbul he is helped by another overseas station, Station T (Turkey), which is headed by the jovial Kerim Bey who enjoys the challenge of intelligence duties in the Balkans after starting life as a circus strongman. Most of the key employees in the station, which uses a rug shop as a cover, are Kerim's sons. When he is fleeing on the Orient Express Bond asks for help from Station Y (presumably Yugoslavia, although this isn't given). Captain Nash is sent to meet Bond in Zagreb, but unfortunately he meets Grant first. Later, Bond is helped by someone called Paul Maxwell in Venice, who is presumably from an Italian station (Maxwell doesn't appear but Bond speaks to him on the telephone).
   It is established that the Service has a recognition code so that its operatives can tell each other apart which involves one of them asking for a light and being offered a cigarette letter. However, the code is known to SPECTRE who forced it from an agent in Tokyo.

Locations: SPECTRE island, the organisation's training camp in an undisclosed location (but presumably somewhere near the Adriatic); London (including some nearby countryside where Bond and Sylvia are enjoying punting); Istanbul, Turkey; across Yugoslavia on the Orient Express (stopping at Belgrade and Zagreb heading for Trieste).

The villain: There is no one villain, other than the SPECTRE organisation itself, which was mentioned in Dr No. SPECTRE is based on an island in an unknown location and also uses a luxury yacht. It has a logo consisting of an octopus. The head of the organisation appears (see "Recurring characters" below), but there are three main operatives featured in the movie.
   Kronsteen is SPECTRE Number 5 and the Director of Planning who is responsible for the plot against Bond. He is Czechoslovakian and also uses his skills playing chess. He is killed when his fool-proof plot fails.
   Colonel Rosa Klebb is SPECTRE Number 3. She was formerly head of operations for SMERSH, the Soviet Intelligence organisation, until she defected to SPECTRE. For some reason the Russians kept her defection quiet (Bond didn't know about it). Klebb is shot by Tania.
   The final member of the team is Donald Grant, a psychotic killer used as an assassin by SPECTRE. He was a convicted murderer who escaped Dartmoor prison in 1960 before being recruited by SPECTRE in Tangiers in 1962. He was killed by Bond.

The girl: Corporal Tatiana Romanova (her friends call her Tania), a cypher clerk working at the Russian consulate in Istanbul who was used as a pawn in SPECTRE's plot. She trained to be a ballerina but grew an inch over the regulation height. She had three lovers before Bond and thinks that her mouth is too big.

Bond's conquests: Four - Sylvia, Vida and Zora (the gypsy girls), and Tania.

Gadgets: Bond is ahead of the time in having both a pager and a car phone. Later he uses a small bug detector and a tape recorder that is hidden inside a camera. 
However, the main gadget is the black leather attache case which is now standard equipment for operatives (Captain Nash has one as well as Bond). It contains 20 rounds of ammunition, a flat throwing knife and 50 gold sovereigns, as well as a canister of tear gas disguised as a tin of talcum powder that explodes if the case is not opened in the correct manner. Also part of the kit is a 0.25 calibre AR7 folding rifle with an infra-red sight. Not to be outdone, Grant also has a deadly toy in the form of a watch containing a garotting wire. Also of importance is the Lektor machine, which can decode all of the Russian's top secret transmissions. It is a typewriter shaped machine weighing about 10 kg. It is both self calibrating and manual with an in-built compensator. It has 24 symbol keys and 16 code keys.

Recurring characters: Bond is first seen spending time with Sylvia Trench, again played by Eunice Gayson, who he met in Dr No. It is mentioned that Sylvia has not seen Bond for six months. It was originally intended that Sylvia would be a regular character, creating a running joke with Bond always being called away from her. However, this film was the character's final appearance.
   From Russia With Love also introduces us to the head of SPECTRE, who would feature in a number of subsequent films. Although referred to on screen only as Number 1 he is named as Ernst Blofeld in the end credits. However the producers chose to create an atmosphere of mystery about the character; his face is not seen and an actor credit is replaced by a question mark. Here, Blofeld was actually played by Anthony Dawson (who was Professor Dent in Dr No) and his voice was dubbed by Eric Pohlman. Interestingly, it can be seen that Blofeld has hair, in contrast to the bald persona that would become famous. Blofeld's trademark white cat (which is never named) is established here.

Continuity: There are two references to the previous film. Kronsteen says that the SPECTRE plot is targeted against Bond partly in revenge for his killing of Dr No, and later Sylvia mentions her previous time with Bond when he got called away to Jamaica. Sylvia also refers to her golfing hobby, which was established in the first film.

Cameos: There is a credible rumour that Ian Fleming himself makes a cameo appearance in the film. The scene in question is when the Orient Express passes Kerim Bey's puzzled son. To his right there is a figure of a grey-haired man in a white sweater and dark trousers who is leaning on a cane. He also looks towards the camera as the train passes behind him. The theory that this is Fleming is supported by photographs of Fleming visiting the location filming for From Russia With Love in which he is dressed in similar clothes and is carrying an ornate cane.
   Production manager Bill Hill appears as the real Captain Nash. In addition, the woman filming Bond and Tania from the bridge in Venice at the end of the film was the wife of director Terence Young.
   Although not strictly a cameo, Terence Young himself also appears in the film, doubling at times for Pedro Armendariz, who played Kerim Bey and was seriously ill during the filming (indeed, he committed suicide shortly after filming completed).

Cuts: The film lost a sequence where Grant comments on the film that he has of Bond in bed with Tania ("What a performance!"). This explains Bonds comment in the gondola at the end of the finished film ("He was right you know"). An Istanbul sequence was cut involving Kerim Bey preventing the Bulgarian agent from following Bond by crushing his car. This scene was deleted when it was noticed that Bond had killed the Bulgarian agent earlier in the movie!

I didn't catch the name?: Bond doesn't give his trademark introduction anywhere in the film, probably due to the fact that everyone seems to have a pretty good idea of who he is.

Vodka Martinis: Bond doesn't consume any during the film. Instead he drinks medium coffee with Kerim Bey and then takes wine with dinner on the Orient Express.

Gambling: Again none, other than M and Bond's decision to go for the Lektor when everything is obviously a trap!

Bond bits: Bond has brown eyes and a scar at the base of his back. He drives a green vintage Bentley (consistent with the Bond of Fleming's novels).

Other trivia: Bond mentions a time that he was in Tokyo with M and they had an "interesting experience". When Bond and Tania are on the Orient Express their cover is a married couple called David and Caroline Somerset who are returning to their home in Derbyshire after a business trip; they have no children. Miss Moneypenny has never been to Istanbul.

Anything else?: The opening chess game between Kronsteen and McAdams was based on a famous match between Boris Spassky and David Bronstein (won by Spassky).
 The hatch in the side of the building which acts as Krilencu's escape route is disguised by the mouth of Anita Ekberg in a poster for a film called "Call Me Bwana". This 1963 Bob Hope movie was produced by Harry Saltzman and Albert R Broccoli and their names can be seen on the poster.
  The receptionist at Bond's Istanbul hotel has the same voice as Honey Rider in Dr No; this is due to the fact that both were dubbed by Monica van der Syl (who also dubbed Claudine Auger in Thunderball).
  From Russia With Love was the first film to announce its sucessor in the end credits; a trend that would be continued until Octopussy. The end credits feature an error, claiming that the James Bond theme was composed by Monte Norman (instead of Monty Norman).

From Russia with Love (Ian Fleming's From Russia with Love [James Bond]), Movie, 1963 

Bonds erövringar: Fyra - Sylvia, Vida och Zora (den zigenska flickor), och Tania.
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