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James Bond 007 - Goldfinger DVD 1964 Goldfinger / Directed by Guy Hamilton / Starring: Sean Connery, Honor Blackman, Gert Fröbe

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James Bond 007 - Goldfinger DVD 1964 Goldfinger / Directed by Guy Hamilton / Starring: Sean Connery, Honor Blackman, Gert Fröbe

UPC 8594163150037 / 18



AUDIO: English 5.1, Czech 5.1, Hungarian 5.1, Polish 5.1

Subtitles: English, Czech, Bulgarian, Croatian, Hebrew, Hungarian, Icelandic, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Turkish

TOTAL RUNTIME: 106 minutes


Ian Fleming's James Bond 007 - DVD 18 of 20 /  James Bond Sorozat 18/20


English Summary:

Goldfinger is a 1964 spy film and the third installment in the James Bond series produced by Eon Productions, starring Sean Connery as the fictional MI6 agent James Bond. It is based on the novel of the same name by Ian Fleming. The film also stars Honor Blackman as Bond girl Pussy Galore and Gert Fröbe as the title character Auric Goldfinger, along with Shirley Eaton as the iconic Bond girl Jill Masterson. Goldfinger was produced by Albert R. Broccoli and Harry Saltzman and was the first of four Bond films directed by Guy Hamilton.

After destroying a drug laboratory in Latin America, MI6 agent James Bond travels to Miami Beach for a vacation. He receives instructions from his superior, M, via CIA agent Felix Leiter to observe bullion dealer Auric Goldfinger at the hotel there. Bond discovers Goldfinger is cheating at gin rummy with the help of his employee, Jill Masterson, and Bond stops him by distracting Jill and blackmails Goldfinger into losing. After Bond and Jill consummate their new relationship, Bond is knocked out by Goldfinger's Korean manservant Oddjob. When Bond awakens, he finds Jill dead, covered in gold paint, having died from "skin suffocation".

In London, the governor of the Bank of England and M explain to Bond that gold prices vary across the world, allowing one to profit by selling bullion internationally, and his objective is determining how Goldfinger smuggles the gold across borders. To help in his mission, Q gives Bond a modified Aston Martin DB5 and two tracking devices. Bond arranges to meet Goldfinger socially at his country club in Kent, and wins a golf game against him with a recovered Nazi gold bar (lent to him by Mi6 for the mission) at stake. Aware of Bond's ulterior motives, Goldfinger, before leaving, warns Bond not to interfere in his affairs, reinforcing the threat by having Oddjob demonstrate his steel-rimmed derby as a deadly weapon. Bond follows Goldfinger to Switzerland, where Tilly, Jill's sister, attempts to avenge her sister by assassinating Goldfinger with a rifle, but fails.


Hungarian Summary:

A mesterbetörő Goldfinger kínai kommunista ügynökökkel együtt megkísérli megszerezni a Fort Knoxban lévő aranykészletet. James Bond felszerelkezik egy csodaautóval, hogy a gengsztereket, akiknek a birtokában egy atombomba van, megsemmisítse. A gonosztevő közben meggyilkol egy áruló ügynöknőt. Arany porral vonja be annak testét, hogy a bőrlégzést megakadályozza. Bond benyomul a gengszterek főhadiszállására, és legyőzi Goldfingert. 


Cast / Szereplők:

  • Sean Connery as James Bond (007): An MI6 agent who is sent to investigate Auric Goldfinger. Connery reprised the role of Bond for the third time in a row. His salary rose, but a pay dispute later broke out during filming. After he suffered a back injury when filming the scene where Oddjob knocks Bond unconscious in Miami, the dispute was settled: Eon and Connery agreed to a deal where the actor would receive 5% of the gross of each Bond film he starred in.[1]
  • Honor Blackman as Pussy Galore: Goldfinger's personal pilot and leader of an all-female team of pilots known as Pussy Galore's Flying Circus. Blackman was selected for the role of Pussy Galore because of her role in The Avengers[2] and the script was rewritten to show Blackman's judo abilities.[3] The character's name follows in the tradition of other Bond girls names that are double entendres. Concerned about censors, the producers thought about changing the character's name to "Kitty Galore",[4] but they and Hamilton decided "if you were a ten-year old boy and knew what the name meant, you weren't a ten-year old boy, you were a dirty little bitch. The American censor was concerned, but we got round that by inviting him and his wife out to dinner and [told him] we were big supporters of the Republican Party."[5] During promotion, Blackman took delight in embarrassing interviewers by repeatedly mentioning the character's name.[6] Whilst the American censors did not interfere with the name in the film, they refused to allow the name "Pussy Galore" to appear on promotional materials and for the US market she was subsequently called "Miss Galore" or "Goldfinger's personal pilot".[7]
  • Gert Fröbe as Auric Goldfinger: A wealthy, psychopathic man obsessed with gold. Orson Welles was considered as Goldfinger, but his financial demands were too high; Theodore Bikel auditioned for the role, but failed. Fröbe was cast because the producers saw his performance as a child molester in the German film Es geschah am hellichten Tag. Fröbe, who spoke little English, said his lines phonetically, but was too slow. To redub him, he had to double the speed of his performance to get the right tempo.[5] The only time his real voice is heard is during his meeting with members of the Mafia at Auric Stud. Bond is hidden below the model of Fort Knox whilst Fröbe's natural voice can be heard above. However, he was redubbed for the rest of the film by stage actor Michael Collins.[2]
  • Shirley Eaton as Jill Masterson: Bond Girl and Goldfinger's aide-de-camp, whom Bond catches helping the villain cheat at a game of cards. He seduces her, but for her betrayal, she is completely painted in gold paint and, according to Bond, dies from "skin suffocation". Eaton was sent by her agent to meet Harry Saltzman and agreed to take the part if the nudity was done tastefully. It took an hour-and-a-half to apply the paint to her body.[5] Although only a small part in the film, the image of her painted gold was renowned and Eaton appeared on the cover of Life magazine on 6 November 1964.[11]
  • Harold Sakata as Oddjob: Goldfinger's lethal Korean manservant. Director Guy Hamilton cast Sakata, an Olympic silver medalist weightlifter, as Oddjob after seeing him on a wrestling programme.[2] Hamilton called Sakata an "absolutely charming man", and found that "he had a very unique way of moving, [so] in creating Oddjob I used all of Harold's own characteristics".[12] Sakata was badly burned when filming his death scene, in which Oddjob was electrocuted by Bond. Sakata, however, kept holding onto the hat with determination, despite his pain, until the director called "Cut!"[1] Oddjob has been described as "a wordless role, but one of cinema's great villains."
  • Tania Mallet as Tilly Masterson: The sister of Jill Masterson, she is on a vendetta to avenge her sister, but is killed by Oddjob.
  • Bernard Lee as M: 007's boss and head of the British Secret Service.
  • Cec Linder as Felix Leiter: Bond's CIA liaison in the United States. Linder was the only actor actually on location in Miami. Linder's interpretation of Leiter was that of a somewhat older man than the way the character was played by Jack Lord in Dr. No; in reality, Linder was a year younger than Lord. According to screenwriter Richard Maibaum, Lord demanded co-star billing, a bigger role and more money to reprise the Felix Leiter rolein Goldfinger that led the producers to recast the role. At the last minute, Cec Linder switched roles with Austin Willis who played cards with Goldfinger.
  • Martin Benson as Mr Solo: The lone gangster who refuses to take part in Operation Grand Slam and is later killed by Oddjob and crushed in the car in which he is riding.
  • Desmond Llewelyn as Q: The head of Q-Branch, he supplies 007 with a modified Aston Martin DB5. Hamilton told Llewelyn to inject humour into the character, thus beginning the friendly antagonism between Q and Bond that became a hallmark of the series.[14][17] He had already appeared in the previous Bond film From Russia with Love and, with the exception of Live and Let Die, would continue to play Q in the next 16 Bond films.
  • Lois Maxwell as Miss Moneypenny.
  • Austin Willis as Mr Simmons: Goldfinger's gullible gin rummy opponent in Miami.
  • Michael Mellinger as Kisch: Goldfinger's secondary and quiet henchman and loyal lieutenant who leads his boss's false Army convoy to Fort Knox.
  • Burt Kwouk as Mr Ling: A Communist Chinese nuclear fission specialist who provides Auric Goldfinger with the dirty bomb to irradiate the gold inside Fort Knox.
  • Richard Vernon as Colonel Smithers: the Bank of England official.
  • Margaret Nolan as Dink: Bond's masseuse from the Miami hotel sequence. Nolan also appeared as the gold-covered body in advertisements for the film[4] and in the opening title sequence as the golden silhouette, described as "Gorgeous, iconic, seminal".[18]
  • Gerry Duggan as Hawker: Bond's golf caddy.
  • Nadja Regin as Bonita: dancer who sets a trap for Bond in the pre-credit sequence.


Magyar Hangok / Hungarian Voices

SzereplőSzínészMagyar hang
James Bond (007) Sean Connery Vass Gábor
Pussy Galore Honor Blackman Császár Angela
Auric Goldfinger Gert Fröbe Horkai János
Jill Masterson Shirley Eaton Kiss Erika
Tilly Masterson Tania Mallet Csomor Csilla
Oddjob Harold Sakata szerep szerint néma
M Bernard Lee Makay Sándor
Martin Solo Martin Benson Halmágyi Sándor
Felix Leiter Cec Linder Konrád Antal
Simmons Austin Willis Áron László
Miss Moneypenny Lois Maxwell Orosz Anna
Q Desmond Llewelyn Varga Tamás
Mr. Ling Burt Kwouk Karsai István
Smithers ezredes Richard Vernon Buss Gyula
Mei-Lei Mai Ling Árkosi Kati
Hawker, Bond segédje a golfpályán Gerry Duggan Juhász Tóth Frigyes
Rádióbemondó (hang) Les Tremayne Mikula Sándor
Brunskill, Smithers ezredes inasa Denis Cowles Antal László
Mr. Strap Hal Galili Kardos Gábor


Directed by Guy Hamilton
Produced by
  • Harry Saltzman
  • Albert R. Broccoli
Screenplay by
  • Richard Maibaum
  • Paul Dehn
  • Uncredited:
  • Berkely Mather
Story by
  • Uncredited:
  • Johanna Harwood
  • Berkely Mather
Based on Goldfinger
by Ian Fleming
  • Sean Connery
  • Honor Blackman
  • Gert Fröbe
Music by John Barry
Cinematography Ted Moore
Edited by Peter R. Hunt
Eon Productions
Distributed by United Artists
Release date
  • 17 September 1964 (London, premiere)
  • 18 September 1964 (United Kingdom)
  • 22 December 1964 (United States)
Running time
106 minutes
Country United Kingdom
United States
Language English


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