The Man with the Golden Gun (1974)
Edited from footage from this film.
Features villains from the James Bond film series: Dr. No,, Auric Goldfinger, Oddjob, Nick Nack and Jaws.
Bookended fun-house sequences with mirrors
When Andrea enters Scaramanga's bedroom, he is asleep, lying on his back with his hands folded on his chest. This is a reference to Christopher Lee's many appearances as Dracula in the Hammer Films productions of the 1960's and 70's.
When Scaramanga pushes Goodnight into his car, the theme of "Cape Fear" is played.
When M relieves Bond from his current operation, he says "I'll endorse your resignation", a reference to OHMSS where Bond almost resigns due to being relieved of Operation Bedlam.
Theme music heard when Bond meets Pepper again.
Short news film about the making of the movie.
The original score to "The Man with the Golden Gun" was partially re-used in "Tian whang jou whang"
Title of this film is shown on a theater marquee.
Poster seen on wall.
The original score to "The Man with the Golden Gun" was partially re-used in "The Legend of Bruce Lee."
Villain says a girl in a bikini has no concealed weapons
Mentioned during the monologue
The original score to "The Man with the Golden Gun" was partially re-used in "Fu ji"
Poster. Lobby Card. Source novel is displayed.
Apperance of a car that can fly
Source novel displayed.
Mention of Britt Ekland as a Bond Girl by Roger Ebert. Mention of Maud Adams as a Bond Girl by Roger Ebert.
Scaramanga is mentioned. Still of Mary Goodnight.
Enemies drop parts of the ultimate weapon in the game called the Golden Gun, which is based on the weapon of the same name from the film.
'The Man With The Golden Pen' tagline / alternate title is a title reference.
Crow: "There's the girl with the golden gun."
The golden gun prop in Alan's 'Roger Moore room' which he explains is a reference to this.
Documentary on the James Bond films
Both Chandler and Scaramanga have a third nipple.
The Golden Gun is available in the Egyptian level, in multiplayer mode and in single player mode after the cheat is unlocked. Also one of the control pad settings is named after Mary Goodnight.
Quentin feels like the Cube is build by some evil scientist similar to this movie
During Bond's approach to the final denouement, Thailand's Phang Nga Bay Island (aka James Bond Island or Scaramanga's Island) is visible.
The exotic island from the movie is visited. The Nick Nack character is referred to,
"I'm looking for a man scalled Scaramanga."
The 74th level is titled "The Fox with the Golden Pun".
The James Bond bad guy Eddy was talking about is Francisco Scaramanga from the Man with the Golden Gun.
The title is a take on the name of this movie.
Robert Carlyle refers to Christopher Lee as a Bond villain.
Named by Drew in the intro sequence.
Discussed in dialogue
A shot with a Golden Gun results in a certain one shot one kill in the James Bond video game World Is Not Enough, The (2000) (VG)
Related Documentary / Discusses
Filmographical Reference to his work
Reference: Mentions / Discusses
Compared to an imaginary film, "The Man with the Golden Nose"
The scene where a girl tries to get a guy to bath with her and he says he has no swimming pants and the girl replies neighter does she is a reference to this Bond-movie.
Matrix's Gun is turned into the golden gun inside the game.
A shot with a Golden Gun results in a certain one shot one kill in such James Bond video game 007: Agent Under Fire (2001) (VG)
The famous barrel roll jump is also featured in "A Whoopin' and A Hollerin'"
The golden gun in the Bond museum.
Mentioned during Maud Adams interview
The corridors in the secret area of the Gene Technology Department, in the Cuban hospital, contain rotating mirrors and objects, much like Scaramanga's fun house. The field office of MI6 is on a ship in Hong Kong Harbor. Bond retrieves a diamond from Jinx's navel (bullet in the belly dancer's navel). There is a solar-powered superweapon.
A shot with a Golden Gun results in a certain one shot one kill in James Bond video game James Bond 007: Nightfire (2002) (VG)
Roger Moore mentions his favourite Bond scene is in this movie. Vic Armstrong mentions the barrel roll as being one of the best Bond stunts.
Maud Adams is interviewed.
Maud Adams is interviewed.
Discussion of corkscre car jump.
Dorian Gray uses a golden pistol to kill the skipper.
A shot with a Golden Gun results in a certain one shot one kill in the James Bond video game Everything or Nothing (2004) (VG)
Patsy Stone appeared in 'The Man With Thunder Balls'.
It is heavily implied that Howard Moon has a third nipple like Scaramanga.
The maze and the puppets in the 1st hunt for the gang, it's like the maze built by F.S. for 007
During the Dash's chase sequence with the hovercrafts over the water, the shape of the rock formations is like that of Scaramanga's island in the Bond movie
Scaramanga returns in this game.
In the video game Killer7 (2005) (VG), the hero can utilize a Golden Gun which will in one shot exterminate all of his adversaries.
In the video game Total Overdose (2005) (VG), a move with a "golden revolver" results in a certain one shot one kill.
A shot with a Golden Gun results in a certain one shot one kill in the James Bond video game James Bond 007: From Russia with Love (2005) (VG)
Nik Nak's name
Indirectly referred to when it is mentioned that Tom Mankiewicz had co-written three James Bond films (this is one of the three)
Poster. Production stills.
Details of its Premiere(s)
Referred to by Roger Moore.
DVD extra about the exotic locations in this James Bond movie.
American tourists caught up in Bond adventure
This promotional film is about the corkscrew car roll stunt seen in the movie.
Narrator Michael G. Wilson says how Roger Moore played James Bond in seven pictures between 1973 and 1985.
Documentary relating to this film
Spy's achievment "The Man with the Broken Guns"
Dr. Peace uses golden guns.
Golden bullet. Golden cigarette lighter.
The AMC Hornet X
Mention of a Bond villain with a third nipple.
Mentioned as a film starring Christopher Lee as a villain.
James Bond Island in Phang Nga Bay is mentioned as having been seen in the movie
among the DVDs discussed in terms of bad packaging
"El Superbeasto in the Man with the Golden Thunderballs"
Tattoo calls a fighter "The Man With The Golden Grill."
Mary Goodnight is included in a $25,000 question
Arch villain works for the Red Chinese
Trevelyan has the golden gun.
Coogan and Brydon say "Come, come, Mr Bond, you get as much pleasure from killing as I do".
Scaramanga appears in this game.
Coogan and Brydon say "Come, come, Mr Bond, you get as pleasure from killing as I do".
"James Bond will return in The Man with the Golden Gun"
Reviewed in this episode.
Title is spoofed during the fake end credits
The program recreates the car barrel roll sequence.
Discussed, poster, drawings, stillIs.
Golden gun and golden bullet.
Referred to ; former Bond Girl Britt Ekland is interviewed in this video.
Bond finds himself in a hall of mirrors during the title sequence. Silva lives on his own island as a virtual recluse.
On Weekend Update, Seth reports on a woman who has legally changed her name to "Pussy Galore Honey Ryder Solitaire Plenty O'Toole Mayday Xenia Onatopp Holly Goodhead Tiffany Case Kissy Suzuki Mary Goodnight Jinx Johnson Octopussy Domino Moneypenny."
Still. Discussion. It is mentioned that Roger Moore starred as James Bond in seven Bond movies.
Featured on the list.
Featured on the list.
The title/theme song from this James Bond movie is featured.
The title song music from this James Bond film is featured.
"The Man with the Brown Eye"
James Bond DVD Collection is shown.
A gun appears as golden during the opening titles
Prop replica reviewed.
referenced in question in "Actors and Actresses" category
"I only need one, Mr. Bond"
"I am stupid for watching this instead of Man With the Golden Gun."
Interior of damaged MI6 building like Scaramanga's funhouse; James Bond wears a white tuxedo; Helicopter barrell roll like car barrel roll cork-screw car jump
Mentioned in the Pros and Cons segment
"The Mouse with the Golden Gouda"
Referenced by Tosh
The name of a segment in this film is entitled: "The Man with the Golden Tongue".
Scaramanga is mentioned.
Car(s) and vehicle(s) from the film are seen on display.
"In this continuity, it wasn't the Zorro movie Bruce saw, it was"
Discussed on Diminishing Returns podcast.
Title Reference ; Eggsy's attacker in the early car fight sequence has a golden gun.
You can see the famous flip stunt at the race
Title character in each movie carries out assassination by using a handgun made of parts meant to look like common items carried on someone's person.
Mentioned by Jamie Dornan
Scenes with Herve on-set.
Maverick calls it one of the worst James Bond films, but says that Christopher Lee's performance in it was fantastic.
Shows clips from.
Footage / Clips From
Clips during opening montage
Footage / clips from
Features clips from this film.
Brief clip of title sequence as title is mentioned by the narrator
Footage / clips from
Shows clip(s) from
Footage / clip from
Footage/Shows clip(s) from
Shows clip(s) from
Footage of title sequence in this documentary
Features clip(s) from
Shows clips from.
Clips are shown
Clips of the film featuring James Bond and Francisco Scaramanga are shown.
Clips of mistakes shown
Bad Bond moments
Film Brain talks about the legacy of Bond. James Bond.
James Bond 50th Anniversary tribute.
The Astro-Spiral Jump is #9.
Clips seen and discussed
Sheriff J.W. Pepper is #10.
James Bond is #1.
Francisco Scaramanga is #3.
Clip is shown
The Man with the Golden Gun is #5 with a kill count of 6.
Featured during an obituary to Christopher Lee.
A clip is shown.
Francisco Scaramanga is #8.
Slide Whistle Barrel Roll is #6.
Scenes shown and talked about.
Opening credit sequence uses identical fonts, layout and effects to make the text shimmer as if on water.
Scene in boxing crowd
Ivanna's third nipple is a reference to Francisco Scaramanga's third nipple.
Pinky's song "The Mouse with the Giant Head" spoofs the title song.
Episode spoofs numerous James Bond tropes. The villain is a suave old man who has his own island which controls all power and energy for a large area.
Goldmember has a golden gun
The flight-capable spy car.
Tilly points a golden gun at Larry.
Hervé Villechaize brings in a sugar glass bottle so as to hit Roger Moore with it replicating a humourous scene from the movie.
Carl's flying car.
Spoofed as "The Man Who Was a Gun" in the "Bond Girls" segment
Roger Moore's James Bond's dinner with Scaramanga is parodied.
Scenes from the movie re-created with new actors.