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James Bond gerät an einen besonders gefährlichen Bösewicht, als er auf den größenwahnsinnigen Auric Goldfinger angesetzt wird. Der schwerreiche Schurke hat einen perfiden Plan ausgeheckt: Er will die amerikanischen Goldreserven in Fort Knox. James Bond – Goldfinger (Originaltitel: Goldfinger) ist der dritte Teil der James-Bond-Filmreihe und basiert auf dem gleichnamigen Roman von Ian Fleming. Goldfinger ist das Titellied des gleichnamigen James-Bond-Films aus dem Jahre Das Stück wurde von John Barry komponiert, der Text stammt von Leslie. Goldfinger, Ian Flemings siebter Bond-Roman, führt den britischen Geheimagenten um die ganze Welt, um einen von Gold besessenen Größenwahnsinnigen. ystadoperan.se - Kaufen Sie James Bond - Goldfinger günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu​.

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Bekannt wurde Blackman durch ihre Rolle als Pussy Galore im James-Bond-Film "Goldfinger". Zuvor war Blackman einem breiteren Publikum. Oddjob tötet Tilly und flüchtet mit Goldfinger im Zug. Tage später kidnappt Goldfinger Bond und Pussy, die sich auf Bonds Seite geschlagen hat, am Flughafen. James Bond gerät an einen besonders gefährlichen Bösewicht, als er auf den größenwahnsinnigen Auric Goldfinger angesetzt wird. Der schwerreiche Schurke hat einen perfiden Plan ausgeheckt: Er will die amerikanischen Goldreserven in Fort Knox.

Different action heroes come and go, and nowadays Rambo looks criminally out of date, but Bond, in his black-and-white tuxedo, with all his suave sophistication, will never grow old, because he is a timeless hero who is comprised of all the greatest heroic attributes to ever be assembled, and although his style and looks may grow weary amid the changing ages, his character will remain the ultimate hero, and I very much doubt that we will ever live to see a day when Bond becomes outdated.

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Rate This. While investigating a gold magnate's smuggling, James Bond uncovers a plot to contaminate the Fort Knox gold reserve. Director: Guy Hamilton.

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User Polls Most memorable Bond theme song? I want a LEGO version of Won 1 Oscar. Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Sean Connery James Bond Gert Fröbe Goldfinger as Gert Frobe Honor Blackman Pussy Galore Shirley Eaton Jill Masterson Tania Mallet Tilly Masterson Harold Sakata Solo Cec Linder Felix Leiter Austin Willis Simmons Lois Maxwell Moneypenny Bill Nagy Midnight Michael Mellinger Kisch Peter Cranwell Johnny Nadja Regin Learn more More Like This.

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Goofs When James has just been passed by the Mustang on the mountain road, and then he stops and looks at Goldfinger and Oddjob buying fruit from the children.

Bond tries to protect Tilly but Oddjob kills her with his hat, and Bond is captured and tied to a solid gold table underneath an industrial laser , which begins slicing through the table toward him.

Bond is transported by Goldfinger's private jet, piloted by Pussy Galore , to his stud farm near Louisville , Kentucky.

Bond escapes his cell and witnesses Goldfinger's meeting with American mafiosi , who have brought, as he hired them for, the materials he needs for Operation Grand Slam, discovering it is the name of Goldfinger's plan to rob the U.

Bullion Depository at Fort Knox , which will largely be done by the release of Delta 9 nerve gas into the atmosphere.

After Bond is recaptured by Pussy, Goldfinger has the mafiosi killed using the gas. Except Mr. Solo who is taken to the airport by oddjob and is killed by, then oddjob takes his dead body in the backseat of the car to a junkyard where it was destroyed by a crusher then turned it into a giant metal cube and taken back to the farm.

Bond points out to Goldfinger that his plan to rob the entire depository will not work, as he will not have enough time to move the gold before the American forces intervene.

Goldfinger hints he does not intend to steal the gold, and Bond deduces that Ling has supplied a dirty bomb that Goldfinger will detonate inside the vault to irradiate the gold and make it useless for 58 years.

This will increase the value of Goldfinger's own gold and give the Chinese an advantage from the potential economic chaos.

Goldfinger threatens that should the Americans attempt to locate the bomb or interfere with his plan, he will simply have it detonated somewhere else of significance in the United States.

Operation Grand Slam begins with Pussy Galore's Flying Circus spraying the gas over Fort Knox, seemingly killing all of the military and government personnel nearby, including Felix.

Goldfinger's private army breaks into Fort Knox and accesses the vault as Goldfinger arrives in a helicopter with the bomb.

In the vault, his henchman Kisch handcuffs Bond to the bomb. Unbeknownst to Goldfinger, however, Bond has convinced Galore to alert the Americans and replace the gas with a harmless substance.

The troops arise and attack, killing many of Goldfinger's men. Seeing this, Goldfinger locks the vault, takes off his coat to reveal a US Army colonel's uniform, and kills Ling and several soldiers before escaping.

Bond, Oddjob, and Kisch are trapped in the vault. Kisch realises this and attempts to stop the bomb, but Oddjob throws him to his death.

Bond frees himself with Kisch's handcuff keys, but the superhumanly strong Oddjob batters him before he can disarm the bomb. Eventually Bond manages to electrocute Oddjob, then forces the lock off the bomb using gold bullion bars from the vault, but ultimately is unable to disarm the complex mechanism.

After finally killing all of Goldfinger's men, the troops open the vault and rush inside. An atomic specialist who accompanied Leiter arrives with seconds to spare, and simply turns off the device, with the timer stopping on "".

Bond is invited to the White House for lunch with the President. However, Goldfinger hijacks the plane carrying Bond there. In a struggle for Goldfinger's revolver, the gun fires, shooting out a window, creating an explosive decompression.

Goldfinger is blown out of the cabin through the ruptured window. With the plane out of control, Bond rescues Galore and they parachute safely from the aircraft before it crashes into the ocean.

A search helicopter passes, but Bond declares "this is no time to be rescued", and draws the parachute over himself and Galore.

Broccoli and Harry Saltzman turned to Goldfinger as the third Bond film. No and From Russia with Love combined, and was the first Bond film classified as a box-office blockbuster.

Terence Young , who directed the previous two films, chose to film The Amorous Adventures of Moll Flanders instead, after a pay dispute [1] that saw him denied a percentage of the film's profits.

Hamilton, who had turned down directing Dr. No , [23] felt that he needed to make Bond less of a "superman" by making the villains seem more powerful.

Richard Maibaum, who co-wrote the previous films, returned to adapt the seventh James Bond novel. Maibaum fixed the novel's heavily criticised plot hole , where Goldfinger actually attempts to empty Fort Knox.

In the film, Bond notes it would take twelve days for Goldfinger to steal the gold, before the villain reveals he actually intends to irradiate it with the then topical concept of a Red Chinese atomic bomb.

No , suggested the scene where Oddjob puts his car into a car crusher to dispose of Mr. Solo's body. Principal photography on Goldfinger commenced on 20 January in Miami, Florida , at the Fontainebleau Hotel ; the crew was small, consisting only of Hamilton, Broccoli, Adam, and cinematographer Ted Moore.

Sean Connery never travelled to Florida to film Goldfinger because he was filming Marnie [3] elsewhere in the United States.

Miami also served as location to the scenes involving Leiter's pursuit of Oddjob. After five days in the US, [33] production moved to England.

The primary location was Pinewood Studios, home to, among other sets, a recreation of the Fontainebleau, the South American city of the pre-title sequence and both Goldfinger's estate and factory.

The end of the chase, when Bond's Aston Martin crashes into a wall because of the mirror, as well as the chase immediately preceding it, were filmed on the road at the rear of Pinewood Studios Sound Stages A and E and the Prop Store.

The road is now called Goldfinger Avenue. Principal photography then moved to Switzerland , with the car chase being filmed at the small curved roads near Realp , the exterior of the Pilatus Aircraft factory in Stans serving as Goldfinger's factory, and Tilly Masterson's attempt to snipe Goldfinger being shot in the Furka Pass.

Wilson as assistant director, went for last-minute shoots in Kentucky. Extra people were hired for post-production issues such as dubbing so the film could be finished in time.

Broccoli earned permission to film in the Fort Knox area with the help of his friend, Lt.

Colonel Charles Russhon. Hamilton recalled this was "hopeless", so they flew at about feet, and "the military went absolutely ape". For security reasons, filming and photography were not allowed near or inside the United States Bullion Depository.

All sets for the interiors of the building were designed and built from scratch at Pinewood Studios. It was quite frightening — they had machine guns on the roof.

I was also allowed to drive around the perimeter but if you got out of the car there was a loudspeaker warning you to keep away.

There was not a chance of going in it, and I was delighted because I knew from going to the Bank of England vaults that gold isn't stacked very high and it's all underwhelming.

It gave me the chance to show the biggest gold repository in the world as I imagined it, with gold going up to heaven.

I came up with this cathedral-type design. I had a big job to persuade Cubby and the director Guy Hamilton at first.

Saltzman disliked the design's resemblance to a prison, but Hamilton liked it enough that it was built. Another element which was original was the atomic device, for which Hamilton requested the special effects crew get inventive instead of realistic.

Hamilton remarked, "Before [ Goldfinger ], gadgets were not really a part of Bond's world. In the script, the car was armed only with a smoke screen , but every crew member began suggesting gadgets to install in it: Hamilton conceived the revolving licence plate because he had been getting many parking tickets, while his stepson suggested the ejector seat which he saw on television.

The first take, in which the car drives through the fake wall, [43] can be seen in the trailer. It was reused for Thunderball.

Lasers did not exist in when the book was written, nor did high-power industrial lasers at the time the film was made, making them a novelty.

In the novel, Goldfinger uses a circular saw to try to kill Bond, but the filmmakers changed it to a laser to make the film feel fresher.

Ken Adam was advised on the laser's design by two Harvard scientists who helped design the water reactor in Dr No.

For close-ups where the flame cuts through metal, technician Bert Luxford heated the metal with a blowtorch from underneath the table to which Bond was strapped.

The opening credit sequence was designed by graphic artist Robert Brownjohn , featuring clips of all James Bond films thus far projected on Margaret Nolan 's body.

Its design was inspired by seeing light projecting on people's bodies as they got up and left a cinema.

Visually, the film uses many golden motifs, reflecting the novel's treatment of Goldfinger's obsession with the metal.

All of Goldfinger's female henchwomen in the film except his private jet's co-pilot black hair and stewardess who is Korean are red-blonde, or blonde, including Pussy Galore and her Flying Circus crew both the characters Tilly Masterson and Pussy specifically have black hair in the novel.

Jill Masterson is famously killed by being painted with gold, which according to Bond causes her to die of "skin suffocation".

An entirely fictional cause of death, but the iconic scene caused much of the public to accept it as a medical fact.

Goldfinger's factory henchmen in the film wear yellow sashes, Pussy Galore twice wears a metallic gold vest, and Pussy's pilots all wear yellow sunburst insignia on their uniforms.

Goldfinger's Jetstar hostess, Mei-Lei, wears a golden bodice and gold-accented sarong. The model jet used for wide shots of Goldfinger's Lockheed JetStar was painted differently on the right side to be used as the presidential plane that crashes at the film's end.

The Continental had its engine removed before being placed in a car crusher , and the destroyed car had to be partially cut so that the bed of the Ford Falcon Ranchero in which it was deposited could support the weight.

Since the release date for the film had been pre-determined and filming had finished close to that date, John Barry received some edits directly from the cutting room floor , rather than as a finished edit, and scored some sequences from the rough initial prints.

The film's score is described as "brassy and raunchy" with "a sassy sexiness to it". Goldfinger began the tradition of Bond theme songs introduced over the opening title sequence , the style of the song from the pop genre and using popular artists.

Shirley Bassey established the opening title tradition giving her distinguished style to " Goldfinger ", and would sing the theme songs for two future Bond films, Diamonds are Forever and Moonraker.

The track features a young Jimmy Page who was doing many sessions at the time. The lyrics were described in one contemporary newspaper as "puerile", [55] but what remained undisturbed was the Shirley Bassey interpretation world impact.

Like the score, the arrangement makes heavy use of brass, meeting well Miss Bassey's signature belting , and incorporates the Bond theme from Dr.

Newley recorded the early versions, which were even considered for inclusion in the film. The soundtrack album topped the Billboard chart, [56] and reached 14th place in the UK Albums Chart.

Goldfinger premiered at the Odeon Leicester Square in London on 17 September , with general release in the United Kingdom the following day.

Leicester Square was packed with sightseers and fans and police were unable to control the crowd. A set of glass doors to the cinema was accidentally broken and the premiere was shown ten minutes late because of the confusion.

The film's marketing campaign began as soon as filming started in Florida, with Eon allowing photographers to enter the set to take pictures of Shirley Eaton painted in gold.

Robert Brownjohn, who designed the opening credits, was responsible for the posters for the advertising campaign, which also used actress Margaret Nolan.

Goldfinger was generally a critical success. It is fast, it is most entertainingly preposterous and it is exciting.

The reviewer from The Times said "All the devices are infinitely sophisticated, and so is the film: the tradition of self-mockery continues, though at times it over-reaches itself", also saying that "It is the mixture as before, only more so: it is superb hokum.

Bernard Lee and Mr. Harold Sakata: Mr. Gert Fröbe is astonishingly well cast in the difficult part of Goldfinger.

Penelope Gilliatt , writing in The Observer , said that the film had "a spoofing callousness" and that it was "absurd, funny and vile".

Philip Oakes of The Sunday Telegraph said that the film was "dazzling in its technical ingenuity", [72] while Time said that "this picture is a thriller exuberantly travestied.

There's lots of humor, gimmicks, excitement, an amusing yet tense golf contest between Bond and Goldfinger, thrilling fights to the death between Bond and Oddjob and Bond and Goldfinger, and a fascinating central crime Most enjoyable, but too bad Eaton's part isn't longer and that Fröbe's Goldfinger, a heavy but nimble intellectual in the Sydney Greenstreet tradition, never appeared in another Bond film.

The website's consensus reads, " Goldfinger is where James Bond as we know him comes into focus — it features one of 's most famous lines 'A martini.

Shaken, not stirred' and a wide range of gadgets that would become the series' trademark". The film distributor Park Circus re-released Goldfinger in the UK on 27 July at multiplex cinemas, on digital prints.

Shaken, not stirred " , [90] No. Goldfinger' s script became a template for subsequent Bond films. Also introduced for the first of many appearances is the briefing in Q-branch, allowing the viewer to see the gadgets in development.

Goldfinger represents the peak of the series. It is the most perfectly realised of all the films with hardly a wrong step made throughout its length.

It moves at a fast and furious pace, but the plot holds together logically enough more logically than the book and is a perfect blend of the real and the fantastic.

Goldfinger has been described as perhaps "the most highly and consistently praised Bond picture of them all" [] and after Goldfinger , Bond "became a true phenomenon.

Even within the Bond canon, Goldfinger is acknowledged; the 22nd Bond film, Quantum of Solace , includes an homage to the gold body paint death scene by having a female character dead on a bed nude, covered in crude oil.

The success of the film led to Ian Fleming's Bond novels receiving an increase of popularity [4] and nearly 6 million books were sold in the United Kingdom in , including , copies of Goldfinger alone.

The video game Legends features a level based on Goldfinger. American Film Institute lists. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Goldfinger disambiguation.

Theatrical release poster by Robert Brownjohn. Harry Saltzman Albert R. Richard Maibaum Paul Dehn. Eon Productions.

Main article: Goldfinger soundtrack. Retrieved 15 March Goldfinger audio commentary. The Journal of American Culture.

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Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Sean Connery James Bond Gert Fröbe Goldfinger as Gert Frobe Honor Blackman Pussy Galore Shirley Eaton Jill Masterson Tania Mallet Tilly Masterson Harold Sakata Solo Cec Linder Felix Leiter Austin Willis Simmons Lois Maxwell Moneypenny Bill Nagy Midnight Michael Mellinger Kisch Peter Cranwell Johnny Nadja Regin Learn more More Like This.

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Octopussy Edit Did You Know? There is now a James Bond themed bar at the golf course. The interest in golf developed by Sir Sean Connery is said to have spawned during this filming.

Goofs When James has just been passed by the Mustang on the mountain road, and then he stops and looks at Goldfinger and Oddjob buying fruit from the children.

As Bond stops and exits the car he is quite a distance from Goldfinger and there are 5 unbroken stone bollards visible. In the next shot Bond and the Aston Martin have suddenly moved much further down the mountain and the Bollards are different, some are closer together and the one nearest Bond is broken.

Quotes [ first lines ] Sierra : Congratulations. James Bond : Thank you. Sierra : Mr. Ramirez and his friends will be out of business.

James Bond : At least they won't be using heroin flavored bananas to finance revolutions. Crazy Credits The opening credits include footage from Goldfinger, as well as an unused cut of a helicopter scene in From Russia with Love helicopter.

One of the Goldfinger scenes shown Bond visiting Q Branch isn't actually in the movie. Additionally, a putt shown is from a different POV than actually used.

Alternate Versions For many years, network TV prints of Goldfinger omitted the gunbarrel opening and prologue, jumping straight into the opening credits.

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Pussy Galore. The success of the film led to Ian Fleming's Bond novels receiving an increase of popularity [4] and nearly 6 million books were sold in the United Kingdom in , including , copies of Goldfinger alone.

The video game Legends features a level based on Goldfinger. American Film Institute lists. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

For other uses, see Goldfinger disambiguation. Theatrical release poster by Robert Brownjohn. Harry Saltzman Albert R.

Richard Maibaum Paul Dehn. Eon Productions. Main article: Goldfinger soundtrack. Retrieved 15 March Goldfinger audio commentary.

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