The man with the golden gun

Guy Hamilton (director), Ian Fleming (based on the work of), Richard Maibaum (author of screenplay)
De even charmante als doortastende Britse geheime agent James Bond komt tot de onaangename ontdekking dat de gewetenloze Scaramanga een zeer deskundige huurmoordenaar op hem heeft afgestuurd
The man with the golden gun
Guy Hamilton
Based on the work of
Ian Fleming 1908-1964
Author of screenplay
Richard Maibaum
John Barry 1933-2011
Roger Moore Christopher Lee Britt Ekland 1942-
Metro Goldwyn Mayer, 2008 | Other editions
1 dvd-video + bonus dvd-video + boekje
Recording date
Playing time
ca. 120 min.
Engels gesproken Ondertiteling: Nederlands, Engels, Grieks, Deens, Fins, Noors, Zweeds
Other languages:

Availability in Flemish libraries


Ultimate edition van de 20-delige serie James Bond films. De tweede disc bevat zeer veel extra's zoals documentaires, interviews en audiocommentaar, waaronder films die nooit eerder op dvd zijn uitgebracht. De hoofdfilm is digitaal gerestaureerd en van zeer goede kwaliteit. Deze dvd bevat The man with the golden gun uit 1974 met Roger Moore als James Bond.

About Guy Hamilton

Mervyn Ian Guy Hamilton, DSC (16 September 1922 – 20 April 2016) was an English film director. He directed 22 films from the 1950s to the 1980s, including four James Bond films.

Early life

Hamilton was born in Paris on 16 September 1922, where his English parents were living, and attended school in England. His first exposure to the film industry came in 1938, when he was a clapperboard boy at the Victorine Studios in Nice. At the outbreak of the Second World War in 1939, Hamilton escaped from France by the MV Saltersgate, a collier bound for French North Africa; one of the other 500 refugees aboard was W. Somerset Maugham.

Having travelled from Oran to Gibraltar before arriving in London, he worked in the film library at Paramount News before being commissioned in the Royal Navy; he served in the 15th Motor Torpedo Boat 718 Flotilla, a unit that ferried agents into France and brough…Read more on Wikipedia