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Goldfinger (1964)

Director: Guy Hamilton     Starring: Sean Connery
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Format: DVD
Sku: 203939746
UPC: 027616066275
UPC 14: 00027616066275
Rating: Game Rating Code
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Albert R. Broccoli and Harry Saltzman Present Sean Connery as Ian Fleming's James Bond 007.
007 battles a world-class criminal who has plans to destroy the U.S. Gold reserves.

"...tough action and the introduction of such memorable gadgets...there's never a dull moment...  Almar Haflidason, BBC Film Review
"Entertaining, exciting James Bond adventure...Full of ingenious gadgets and nefarious villains...  Leonard Maltin's Movie & Video Guide
"If spy-action films ever had a classic, then this is it.  Steve Rhodes, Internet Reviews
"...with some tough action and the introduction of such memorable gadgets as Bond's Aston Martin car, there's never a dull moment...  Almar Haflidason, BBC Online
"...the perfect blend of action, adventure, gunplay, fisticuffs, gadgetry (that Aston Martin!), romance, derring-do, and just about everything else.  Christopher Null,
"The third entry in the Bond series...Goldfinger proved to be the one that turned the franchise into a worldwide phenomena.  Pam Grady,

Editor's Note
The quintessential Bond film is born with this third Connery installment.


Video Features DVD, No Longer Produced

Technical Info

Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Foxvideo
Video Release Date Release Date: 4/17/2007
Video Play Time Running Time: 110 minutes
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 1964
Video CategoryId Catalog ID: 114156
Video UPC UPC: 00027616066275
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 1

Audio & Video
Video Original Language Original Language: English
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks: English
Video Color Spec Video: Color

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio Widescreen  1.66:1
Entertainment Reviews
Expert Review Goldfinger - DVD Review
By: Don Willmott DVD Reviews
Published on: 3/13/2009 5:38 PM
If you only have time in your life to see a single James Bond movie, this is the one. Goldfinger has it all: the monomaniacal arch villain, his nefarious plot, the gorgeous temptress, the dangerous henchman, the gadgets, the cars, the ejector seat, the witty banter, Miss Moneypenny, and, of course, Bond, James Bond, as portrayed by the great Sean Connery at the height of his powers. In this third outing in the now almost 50-year-long series, Bond finds himself at the luxurious Fontainebleau Hotel in Miami, puzzling over the death of a lovely young lady who has been killed by gold paint asphyxiation. It's clearly the work of Auric Goldfinger (Gert Frbe), whom Bond is assigned to shadow across the full review

Cast & Crew

Video Cast Info Bernard Lee
Video Cast Info Desmond Llewelyn
Video Cast Info Gert Frobe
Video Cast Info Harold Sakata
Video Cast Info Honor Blackman
Video Cast Info Lois Maxwell
Video Cast Info Sean Connery
Video Cast Info Shirley Eaton
Video Cast Info Albert R. Broccoli - Producer
Video Cast Info Guy Hamilton - Director
Video Cast Info Harry Saltzman - Producer
Video Cast Info Ian Fleming - Based On Novel By
Video Cast Info John Barry - Original Music By
Video Cast Info Paul Dehn - Writer
Video Cast Info Peter R. Hunt - Editor
Video Cast Info Richard Maibaum - Writer
Video Cast Info Ted Moore - Cinematographer


Nominee (1965)
   Video Award Name British Academy Awards, Ken Adam, Best British Art Direction (Colour)
   Video Award Name Grammy, John Barry, Best Original Score Written for a Motion Picture or Television Show

Winner (1965)
   Video Award Name Oscar, Norman Wanstall, Best Effects, Sound Effects

Grammy (1965)
   Video Award Name John Barry, Nominee, Best Original Score Written for a Motion Picture or Television Show

British Academy Awards (1965)
   Video Award Name Ken Adam, Nominee, Best British Art Direction (Colour)

Oscar (1965)
Video Award Name Norman Wanstall, Winner, Best Effects, Sound Effects

Memorable Quotes

"Do you expect me to talk?"----James Bond (Sean Connery)|"No, Mr. Bond, I expect you to die."----Goldfinger (Gert Frobe)

Professional Reviews

Chicago Sun-Times
"...Of all the Bonds, GOLDFINGER is the best.....It is a great entertainment, and contains all the elements of the Bond formula that would work again and again..." 01/31/1999 p.5

Entertainment Weekly
"...Nearly 40 years later, the formula still cooks..." 01/11/2002 p.32

4 stars out of 5 -- "It doesn't matter which side you take in the eternal Connery vs. Moore debate, everyone can agree that this is where the template was struck for the Bond franchise." 08/01/2007 p.135

ReelViews 9 of 10
With 1964's Goldfinger, the third James Bond story to reach the screen, the "Bond formula" had reached maturity. Screenwriter Richard Maibaum, a participant in the scripting of the previous two movies, Dr. No and From Russia with Love, had identified those elements of the series that audiences liked. So, for this film, his storyline (adapted loosely from Ian Fleming's 1959 novel) enhanced the action sequences, added more beautiful women, gave 007 an Aston Martin loaded with neat gadgets, and offered actor Sean Connery more opportunities to deliver one-liners and act suave...One of the last Bond films to clock in at under two hours, Goldfinger is tightly-paced and economical in its usage of extraneous material. The character development of From Russia with Love is replaced by a greater attention to action. There are several memorable fight sequences (including a climactic struggle between 007 and Goldfinger's nasty henchman, Oddjob) and a lengthy car chase that has Bond's Aston Martin trailing smoke screens and oil slicks, firing built-in guns, and ejecting the passenger seat. The level of excitement in Goldfinger is up a notch from its predecessors...Sean Connery, back for the third time in the role that made him famous, plays the lead character with the same easy elegance and wit he displayed in From Russia with Love...In the midst of Bond's "golden era" of the '60s, it's hard to single out one film as the best, but history has shown Goldfinger to be among the series' most enduring entries. Although more gimmicky than From Russia with Love, this film is equally as entertaining. And, of course, it takes the Bond films in a slightly different direction, blazing a trail that they have been following ever since, all the way from Goldfinger to Goldeneye. - James Berardinelli 10 of 10
The third entry in the Bond series after Dr. No and From Russia with Love, Goldfinger proved to be the one that turned the franchise into a worldwide phenomena. When Sean Connery, the best of the Bonds, stepped out of a wet suit to reveal the immaculate white dinner jacket underneath before the credits even rolled, the audience knew they were in for a night of very special entertainment. With characters with offbeat names like Odd Job and - in those pre-politically correct days - Pussy Galore, murders by such bizarre means as hats and gold paint, and a smolderingly sexy secret agent in Connery, Goldfinger couldn't very well miss. Adding to the sophisticated fun are John Barry's evocative score and the dazzling title sequence set to Shirley Bassey's throaty rendition of the theme song. - Pam Grady

Chicago Sun-Times 10 of 10
Of all the Bonds, "Goldfinger" (1964) is the best, and can stand as a surrogate for the others. If it is not a great film, it is a great entertainment, and contains all the elements of the Bond formula that would work again and again. It's also interesting as the link between the more modest first two Bonds and the later big-budget extravaganzas; after this one, producers Albert "Cubby" Broccoli and Harry Saltzman could be certain that 007 was good for the long run...At 111 minutes, "Goldfinger" ties with "Dr. No" as the shortest of the James Bond films, and yet it probably contains more durable images than any other title in the series: the young woman killed by being coated with gold paint; the steel-rimmed bowler of the mute Korean assassin Odd Job (Harold Sakata); the Aston-Martin tricked out with deadly gimmicks and an ejector seat; Bond's sexy karate match with Pussy Galore (Honor Blackman); the villain Goldfinger with his gold-plated Rolls-Royce, and of course the laser beam pointed at that portion of Bond's lower anatomy that he most required if he were to continue as hero of the series...Connery had the sleek self-assurance needed for the role, and a gift with deadpan double entendres. But he had something else that none of the others, save perhaps Dalton, could muster: Steely toughness. When his eyes narrowed and his body tensed up, you knew the playing was over and the bloodshed was about to begin...At a time when "Swinging London" was overtaking pop culture, the Bond series was perfectly positioned (although Bond makes a rare lapse of taste in "Goldfinger" when he recommends listening to the new Beatles with earmuffs on). But Swinging London has swung, and Bond stays on. - Roger Ebert

Product Attributes

Product attributeActor:   Connery,Sean
Product attributeLabel:   Mgm Entertainment
Product attributeMusic Format:   DVD
Product attributeVideo Format:   DVD
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