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Director: Peter H. Hunt     Starring: George Lazenby Diana Rigg
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Format: DVD
Sku: 210722061
UPC: 883904139522
UPC 14: 00883904139522
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Albert R. Broccoli and Harry Saltzman Present James Bond 007 in Ian Fleming's...
James bond woos a mob boss's daughter and goes undercover to uncover the true reason for blofeld's allergy research in the swiss alps that involves beautiful women from around the world.

"...exquisite at its core, having one of the strongest [Bond] plots and being the best with regard to characterization.  At-A-Glance Film Reviews
"...this stylish and energetic entry is one of the best films in the series.  Channel 4 Film
"...incredible action and location photography make this one of the finest and most exciting entries in the series.  Find-A-Video
"Best of the Bonds, thanks in no small part to Diana Rigg.  Ken Hanke, Mountain Xpress
"...incredible action sequences take first chair; some 007 fans consider this the best of the series.  Leonard Maltin's Movie & Video Guide

Editor's Note
George Lazenby takes over Sean Connery's iconic role and delivers a darker Bond.
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Release Information
Video Mfg Name Studio: Tcfhe/mgm
Video Release Date Release Date: 10/2/2012
Video Play Time Running Time: 142 minutes
Video Release Year Original Release Date: 1969
Video CategoryId Catalog ID: 113952
Video UPC UPC: 00883904139522
Video Number of Discs Number of Discs: 1

Audio & Video
Video Audio Spec Available Audio Tracks:
Video Color Spec Video: Color

Aspect Ratio
Video Aspect Ratio Anamorphic Widescreen  2.35:1
Cast & Crew
Video Cast Info George Lazenby
Video Cast Info Ilse Steppat
Video Cast Info Telly Savalas
Video Cast Info Gabriele Ferzetti
Video Cast Info George Baker
Video Cast Info Bernard Lee
Video Cast Info Bernard Horsfall
Video Cast Info Diana Rigg
Video Cast Info John Glen - Editor
Video Cast Info Michael Reed - Cinematographer
Video Cast Info Albert R. Broccoli - Producer
Video Cast Info Richard Maibaum - Screenwriter
Video Cast Info John Jordan - Cinematographer
Video Cast Info Harry Saltzman - Producer
Video Cast Info Simon Raven - Screenwriter
Video Cast Info Roy Ford - Cinematographer
Video Cast Info Ken Higgins - Cinematographer
Video Cast Info Willy Bogner - Cinematographer
Video Cast Info Alex Barbey - Cinematographer
Video Cast Info Egil Woxholt - Cinematographer
Video Cast Info John Barry - Composer
Video Cast Info Syd Cain - Production Designer
Video Cast Info Peter H. Hunt - Director
Plot Summary
The sixth of the James Bond spy series, and the only one starring Australian star George Lazenby, has 007 once more facing down one of his archest of enemies, Blofeld, whose newest idea for the world's destruction is via germ warfare.

Awards


Golden Globe (1970)
   Video Award Name George Lazenby, Nominee, Most Promising Newcomer - Male

Professional Reviews

USA Today
"The bleakest James Bond movie is also one of the best..." 01/20/1989 p.3D

Total Film
"...After GOLDFINGER, OHMSS has arguably the finest Bond plot..." 11/01/2000 p.107

Apollo Movie Guide 9 of 10
I have seen all of the corporate cookie cutter Bond films of the 1990s and into the 2000s but -- and this is nothing against the perfectly adequate man of Remington Steele -- the experience has been largely joyless. These films' adrenaline and testosterone-pumping formula lacks the wit, playfulness and exuberance of their 1960s progenitors. Sure, they look great (never better), but as they say in that infamous beer commercial, they are significantly less fulfilling. In the light of this, what a kick it is to rediscover the pleasures of early Bonds films...Driven by a series of invigorating and breathtaking action sequences and anchored by a Bond of rare emotional depth, On Her Majesty's Secret Service stands at the head of this elite class. It has the requisite "threat of world domination" plot, some jawdroppingly beautiful women and locations (as usual, women are presented much like the scenery--as eye candy) and a handful of exhilarating action sequences...Even the greatest fans of this film, a group that includes the illustrious and intelligent online critic James Berardinelli, concede that the one great flaw in this film is the casting of the unknown and inexperienced George Lazenby (his first and only appearance in the series) in the role of 007. The arguments range from complaints about his awkward attempts to emulate Sean Connery -- right down to the haircut -- to his stiff, dull line readings. There is little doubt that on the charisma meter, Lazenby comes up considerably short by comparison to Connery (who wouldn't?). However, Lazenby carries himself with assurance and poise throughout, quite at home in all the action sequences and surprisingly effective as a vulnerable Bond-in-love, helping to elevate this Bond beyond all others in the series. - Dan Jardine

ReelViews 9 of 10
With the exception of one production aspect, On Her Majesty's Secret Service is by far the best entry of the long-running James Bond series. The film contains some of the most exhilarating action sequences ever to reach the screen, a touching love story, and a nice subplot that has agent 007 crossing (and even threatening to resign from) Her Majesty's Secret Service. The problem is with Bond himself. Following Sean Connery's departure after You Only Live Twice, the film makers had to come up with a replacement. The man they chose, a model named George Lazenby, is boring, and his ineffectualness lowers the picture's quality...The climactic half-hour of On Her Majesty's Secret Service is almost non-stop action. There's a stunning night ski sequence, a car chase down icy streets and through the heart of a stock car race, an avalanche, a helicopter raid on Blofeld's clinic, and fisticuffs on a speeding bobsled...Of the eleven Bond films scored by John Barry, the composer's work for On Her Majesty's Secret Service is his best. Despite the absence of title song lyrics, the opening number is rousing...The love song, "We Have All the Time in the World", sung by Louis Armstrong, provides a perfect accompaniment to James and Tracy's growing attachment. And the placement of the "James Bond Theme" is without flaw...After the relative commercial failure of On Her Majesty's Secret Service, Lazenby thankfully retired from the role, and Connery returned for one more go-around. It's sad to consider what this film could have been with the original lead, but encouraging that it's so good without him. Even featuring an inferior 007, On Her Majesty's Secret Service is a landmark change-of-pace, and an exhilarating and affecting piece of entertainment. - James Berardinelli

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