Never Say Never Again Trailer

Never Say Never Again Trailer (1983)

"Sean Connery is James Bond 007" 07 October 1983 Adventure, Action, Thriller 134 mins

James Bond returns as the secret agent 007 one more time to battle the evil organization SPECTRE. Bond must defeat Largo, who has stolen two atomic warheads for nuclear blackmail. But Bond has an ally in Largo's girlfriend, the willowy Domino, who falls for Bond and seeks revenge. This is the last time for Sean Connery as Her Majesty's Secret Agent 007.

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Cast

Sean Connery

as James Bond

Kim Basinger

as Domino Petachi

Klaus Maria Brandauer

as Maximilian Largo

Barbara Carrera

as Fatima Blush

Max von Sydow

as Ernst Stavro Blofeld

Bernie Casey

as Felix Leiter

Alec McCowen

as Q 'Algy' Algernon

Pamela Salem

as Miss Moneypenny

Rowan Atkinson

as Nigel Small-Fawcett

Valerie Leon

as Lady in Bahama

Milos Kirek

as Kovacs

Pat Roach

as Lippe

Anthony Sharp

as Lord Ambrose

Prunella Gee

as Patricia

Gavan O'Herlihy

as Jack Petachi

Crew

Michel Legrand

Original Music Composer

Kevin McClory

Kevin McClory Executive Producer

International Titles

12.5 Jamais Plus Jamais Trailer

007 14 - Nunca Mais Outra Vez Trailer

007 James Bond 13.5 - Never Say Never Again Trailer

James Bond 007 (1983) - Sag niemals nie Trailer

James Bond 007 - Sag niemals nie Trailer

007 - 13bis - Nunca digas nunca jamas Trailer

Nunca digas nunca jamás Trailer

007 - James Bond 13bis - Jamais plus jamais Trailer

12.5 Jamais Plus Jamais Trailer

Jamais plus jamais Trailer

James Bond 007 Jamais plus jamais Trailer

14 Never Say Never Again Trailer

Τζέιμς Μποντ, Πράκτωρ 007: Ποτέ Μην Ξαναπείς Ποτέ Trailer

007 - Mai dire mai Trailer

13,5 Never Say Never Again Trailer

Never Say Never Again Trailer

007 Never Say Never Again Trailer

Bond 13.5 - Never Say Never Again Trailer

James Bond - Never Say Never Again Trailer

James Bond 04.5 - Never Say Never Again Trailer

James Bond 13b - Never Say Never Again Trailer

International Releases Dates

Australia 15 December 1983

Germany 20 January 1984

Denmark 20 January 1984

France 30 November 1983

United Kingdom 15 December 1983

Greece 23 January 1984

Sweden 16 December 1983

United States 07 October 1983

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