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Length:117 min
Cast:Honor Blackman - Pussy Galore Sean Connery - James Bond Shirley Eaton - Jill Masterson Gert Fr”be - Auric Goldinger Bernard Lee - M Lois Maxwell - Miss Moneypenny Harold Sakata - Odd Job Martin Benson - Solo Victor Brooks - Blacking Denis Cowles - Brunskill Gerry Duggan - Hawker Hal Galili - Strap Alf Joint - Capungo Burt Kwouk - Mr. Ling Cec Linder - Felix Leiter Mai Ling - Mei-Lei Desmond Llewelyn - Q Robert MacLeod - Atomic Specialist Tania Mallet - Tilly Masterson John McLaren - Brigadier Michael Mellinger - Kisch Bill Nagy - Midnight Margaret Nolan - Dink Nadja Regin - Bonita Richard Vernon - Smithers Austin Willis - Simmons Ray Young - Sierra
Credits:Director - Guy Hamilton
Awards:Best Sound Effects (win) Wanstall, Norman 1964 Academy Best Screenwriting (nom) Maibaum, Richard 1964 New-York Film Critics Circle Award Best Screenwriting (nom) Dehn, Paul 1964 New-York Film Critics Circle Award

With Goldfinger, the James Bond series took a turn away from relatively straightforward spy thrillers and toward campy gadgetry, extravagant sets and kitschy jokes. The result is one of the best, and most endearing, 007 movies. In Goldfinger, Bond (Sean Connery) has to prevent a notorious gold smuggler, appropriately named Goldfinger (Gert Frobe), from robbing Fort Knox. Goldfinger is surrounded by evil henchmen, such as the sexy female pilot Pussy Galore (Honor Blackman) and Oddjob (Harold Sakata), who kills with his steel-rimmed bowler hats. In order to stop Goldfinger, Bond has to survive several perilous situations, including a huge, deadly laser. Goldfinger is one of the most popular films in the James Bond series, and it not only set the tone for the rest of the series, but for most of the action/adventure films of the late '60s and early '70s.

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