Goldfinger

Goldfinger
Goldfinger

Year

1964

Duration

105 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure

Language

English

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Synopsis

The producers of the James Bond franchise pulled out all the stops on this, their third screen adventure. This time Sean Connery's secret agent takes on villain Auric Goldfinger, who plans to detonate an atomic device in Fort Knox in order to contaminate the United States' gold reserves. Perhaps the most memorable film of the entire series, this 007 outing features gadgets galore (including Oddjob's deadly bowler hat), memorable lines ("Do you expect me to talk?" "No, Mr Bond, I expect you to die!") and a cracking theme sung by Shirley Bassey. This huge hit set the standard for all other Bond adventures to follow.

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Contains mild bad language.

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