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Geheimagent James Bond gerät an einen besonders gefährlichen Bösewicht, als er auf den größenwahnsinnigen Auric Goldfinger angesetzt wird. Sieh dir Trailer an, lies die Rezensionen von Kunden und Kritikern und kaufe den von Guy Hamilton gedrehten Film „James Bond Goldfinger (Goldfinger)“. James Bond – Goldfinger (Originaltitel: Goldfinger) ist der dritte Teil der James-Bond-Filmreihe und basiert auf dem gleichnamigen Roman von Ian Fleming.

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Goldfinger ist der 3. von EON produzierte Bondfilm und hat Bond endgültig im Kino etabliert. Er ist bis Heute einer der bekanntesten Filme der Reihe. James Bond - Goldfinger ein Film von Guy Hamilton mit Sean Connery, Gert Fröbe. Inhaltsangabe: Auric Goldfinger (Gert Fröbe) ist ein Goldschmuggler. James Bond – Goldfinger (Originaltitel: Goldfinger) ist der dritte Teil der James-Bond-Filmreihe und basiert auf dem gleichnamigen Roman von Ian Fleming.

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James Bond - Leben und sterben lassen. 10/12/ · Margaret Nolan, an actress and model who famously featured covered in gold paint in the title sequence for the James Bond movie "Goldfinger," has died at the age of Málokterý zločinec na světě dokáže se zlatem to, čeho je schopen Auric Goldfinger. Zároveň nesnese, aby mu kdokoliv stál v cestě. James Bond mu sice překazí partičku karet, ale žena, kterou donutil aby mu pomohla, zemře. Také Agent nemá při 84%(). 7/31/ · Goldfinger (Agent contra Goldfinger) er en britisk actionfilm fra Filmen er den tredje i EON Productions serie om den hemmelige agent James Bond, der blev skabt af Ian nagatodx.com er baseret på Flemings roman af samme navn og følger i store træk denne.. Filmen introducerede eller fastslog en række elementer, der ofte kom til at indgå i de efterfølgende film i serien. 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. Geheimagent James Bond gerät an einen besonders gefährlichen Bösewicht, als er auf den größenwahnsinnigen Auric Goldfinger angesetzt wird. nagatodx.com - Kaufen Sie James Bond - Goldfinger günstig ein. Qualifizierte Bestellungen werden kostenlos geliefert. Sie finden Rezensionen und Details zu​.

Goofs Bond tossing his scuba helmet into the water, then leaving his backpack in the lab, the grappling hook on the wall, and the wet suit on the pier increases his evidence trail he should not have assumed that an explosion would incinerate his backpack completely.

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 The English mono track on the Blu-ray fades the end credits version of the Goldfinger theme about 5 seconds early, around the same time as the picture goes to black.

All other audio tracks keep the long version. As well, the Blu-ray includes a few restoration credits right after the fade to black, but these do not replace anything or alter the timing.

Was this review helpful to you? Yes No Report this. Frequently Asked Questions Q: Is "Goldfinger" based on a book? Q: Wouldn't an atomic bomb have simply vaporised Fort Knox and all the land around it, not just made the gold radioactive?

Q: Did Shirley Eaton really die from the gold paint she was covered in? Well, it wouldn't have been Shirley Eaton in the first place. Shirley played Jill Masterson, the girl who painted and died was her sister, Tilly Masterson.

Tilly Masterson was played by Tania Mallet, execpt, to make it even more confusing,the painted girl in the bed wasn't Tania, it was really Margaret Nolan, who also had a rather thankless role as Dink.

Margaret Nolan just passed away and you can check her obituary. Edit Details Official Sites: MGM [United States]. Country: UK. Language: English Chinese Spanish.

In a desperate attempt to escape being cut in two by a circular saw , Bond offers to work for Goldfinger, a ruse that Goldfinger initially refuses but then accepts.

Bond and Tilly are subsequently taken to Goldfinger's operational headquarters in a warehouse in New York City. They are put to work as secretaries for a meeting between Goldfinger and several gangsters including the Spangled Mob and the Mafia , who have been recruited to assist in "Operation Grand Slam"—stealing gold from the United States Bullion Depository at Fort Knox.

One of the gang leaders, Helmut Springer, refuses to join the operation and so he and his assistant are killed by Oddjob. Bond learns that the operation involves supposedly tranquilizing the inhabitants of Fort Knox by introducing a long-lasting sedative into their water supply, but Goldfinger actually intends to use a Japanese poison that will kill the people.

Bond manages to conceal a warning message in the toilet of Goldfinger's private plane, where he hopes it will be found and sent to Pinkertons , where his friend and ex-counterpart Felix Leiter now works.

Operation Grand Slam commences, and it transpires that Leiter has found and acted on Bond's message.

A battle commences, but Goldfinger escapes. Tilly, a lesbian, hopes that one of the gang leaders, Pussy Galore the leader of a gang of lesbian burglars , will protect her, but she Tilly is killed by Oddjob.

Goldfinger, Oddjob and the Mafia bosses all escape in the melee. Bond is drugged before his flight back to England and wakes to find he has been captured by Goldfinger, who drugged a BOAC flightcrew and hijacked their jetliner.

Bond manages to break a window, causing a depressurisation that blows Oddjob out of the plane; he then fights and strangles Goldfinger. At gunpoint, he forces the crew to ditch in the sea near the Canadian coast, where they are rescued by a nearby weathership.

By January the author Ian Fleming had published five novels in the preceding five years: Casino Royale in , Live and Let Die , Moonraker , Diamonds Are Forever and From Russia, with Love in A fifth, Dr.

No , was being edited and prepared for production. He followed his usual practice, which he later outlined in Books and Bookmen magazine: "I write for about three hours in the morning I never correct anything and I never go back to see what I have written By following my formula, you write 2, words a day.

Although Fleming did not date the events within his novels, John Griswold and Henry Chancellor —both of whom wrote books for Ian Fleming Publications —identified different timelines based on events and situations within the novel series as a whole.

Chancellor put the events of Goldfinger in ; Griswold is more precise, and considers the story to have taken place from late-April to early-June that year.

Fleming had long been fascinated with gold. Fleming had originally conceived the card game scene as a separate short story but instead used the device for Bond and Goldfinger's first encounter.

Once Fleming completed the novel—which he found the easiest of all the Bond books to write—he thought he had exhausted his inspiration for plots.

He told the writer William Plomer —his friend who proof-read all the Bond books—that Goldfinger was to be "the last full length folio on Bond Though I may be able to think up some episodes for him in the future, I shall never be able to give him 70, words again".

Fleming based some points in the book on events he had read about. The pre-First World War death of a showgirl in Europe after she had covered herself in paint was one such idea, [20] and the depressurisation of Goldfinger's plane was a plot device Fleming had intended to use elsewhere, but which he included in Goldfinger.

Some years previously a plane had depressurised over the Lebanon and an American passenger had been sucked out of the window; Fleming, who was not a comfortable airline passenger, had made note of the incident to use it.

The surname of Sir John Masterman , the MI5 agent and Oxford academic who ran the double-cross system during the Second World War, was used as the basis for the Masterton sisters; Alfred Whiting, the golf professional at Royal St George's Golf Club , Sandwich, became Alfred Blacking; [21] while the Royal St George's Golf Club itself became the Royal St Mark's, for the game between Bond and Goldfinger.

In June Fleming played in the Bowmaker Pro-Am golf tournament at the Berkshire Golf Club, where he partnered Peter Thomson , the winner of The Open Championship ; much of the background went into the match between Bond and Goldfinger.

Fleming also disliked Goldfinger, who, Fleming thought, destroyed Victorian buildings and replaced them with his own modernist designs, particularly a terrace at Goldfinger's own residence at 2 Willow Road , Hampstead.

The character of Bond was developed more in Goldfinger than in the previous novels; the historian Jeremy Black considers that Bond "was presented as a complex character".

Benson also finds Bond developing something of a sense of humour in Goldfinger , verbally abusing Oddjob for his own amusement.

The anthropologist Anthony Synnott examined several examples of racism in the Bond novels, and finds in Goldfinger examples of "the most blatant racism" of the series, all of which concern the Koreans; [30] as an example, Synnott highlights the sentence "putting Oddjob and any other Korean firmly in his place, which, in Bond's estimation, was rather lower than apes in the mammalian hierarchy".

Goldfinger [32]. The writer Anthony Burgess , in his work Ninety-nine Novels , describes Fleming's malefactors as "impossible villains, enemies of democracy, megalomaniacs"; Burgess goes on to write that Goldfinger "is the most extravagant of these".

Black writes that psychologically Goldfinger is warped, possibly because of an inferiority complex brought on by his shortness, [34] in contrast to several of Fleming's other over-sized villains.

Physically he is odd, with a lack of proportion to his body. Panek, in his examination of 20th-century British spy novels, in several of Fleming's novels he uses "characters as psychological counters in a game of simplified psychology".

They grew up from childhood with an inferiority complex. Napoleon had been short, and Hitler. It was the short men that caused all the trouble in the world", [37] an opinion Black considers a reflection of the "racialism and crude psychology" of early-twentieth century literature.

Like many other of Fleming's villains, Goldfinger is not of British extraction although he is a British citizen ; other villains have been, for example, Russian, German, Jewish, Chinese-German or Slav.

Ugliness symbolizes evil and evil is symbolized by ugliness and foreignness. Fleming employs devices he uses elsewhere in the series to show Goldfinger is corrupt or outside what Fleming considered normal.

Goldfinger cheats at cards and golf; Panek considers this is a traditional sign of a gauche individual.

Elisabeth Ladenson, the general editor of Romanic Review , believes the character of Pussy Galore to be "perhaps the most memorable figure in the Bond periphery".

For those that Bond sleeps with, there is a back story explaining why they are outside Fleming's norm: in Pussy Galore's case, it is because she was raped by her uncle.

According to Stephen Heath, the literature and cultural historian, Galore's lesbianism is explained by being anti-man, following the rape, and she is converted because, as she says in the book, "I never met a man before".

The sixth Bond novel, Dr. No began what the media historian James Chapman describes as the move of the Bond books to "fantastic and highly improbable plots"; [48] Chapman considers that Goldfinger maintains that trend.

Fleming structured the novel in three sections—"Happenstance", "Coincidence" and "Enemy action"—which was how Goldfinger described Bond's three seemingly coincidental meetings with him.

No , what seems to be a trivial event—in this case the card game—leads to what Chapman calls "a grandiose criminal conspiracy". Benson, and Fleming's biographer Matthew Parker , consider Goldfinger to be the "densest" of the Bond novels, with a fast pace and high levels of action, [52] [54] in which Bond moves from Miami, via New York to London, then through Kent and northern France to Switzerland, then back to New York to Kentucky, to New York, Washington, and finally ditching the aeroplane in the North Atlantic.

Goldfinger hingegen nutzt das Getümmel, um als Soldat verkleidet zu entkommen. Doch während des Fluges taucht aus dem Cockpit plötzlich Goldfinger auf.

Es kommt zum Kampf, in dessen Verlauf ein Schuss fällt und eines der Kabinenfenster zerstört wird. Durch den abrupten Druckabfall im Flugzeug wird Goldfinger aus der Maschine gesaugt, Bond kann sich dagegen so lange festhalten, bis die Druckverhältnisse wieder ausgeglichen sind.

Zusammen mit Pussy Galore, die das Flugzeug fliegt, schafft er es, sich kurz vor dem Absturz mit einem Fallschirm zu retten. Bond meint jedoch, die Rettung könne warten, und zieht den Fallschirm über beide.

Der Titel Goldfinger wurde von Ian Flemings gleichnamigen Roman übernommen und ist gleichzeitig der Nachname des Bondwidersachers Auric Goldfinger.

Der Name ist eine Tautologie. Im Vornamen ist bereits das lateinische aurum Gold enthalten, welches im Nachnamen wiederholt wird.

Auch ist der Nachname Gold finger ein Hinweis auf den mythischen König Midas , der alles, was er mit der Hand berührte, zu Gold machen konnte.

So wird die gesteigerte Gier Goldfingers nach dem Edelmetall noch deutlicher. Terence Young war wie bei den beiden Vorgängerfilmen für die Regie vorgesehen und begann mit der Vorproduktion.

Die Produzenten Albert R. Broccoli und Harry Saltzman verpflichteten daraufhin Guy Hamilton als Regisseur, dem man diese Aufgabe bereits bei Dr.

No angeboten hatte. Sean Connery hatte einen langfristigen Vertrag geschlossen, er stand daher für die Hauptrolle fest.

Für die Rolle von Bonds Gegenspieler Auric Goldfinger war zunächst Orson Welles vorgesehen, doch der stellte zu hohe Gagenforderungen.

Es kam zu Probeaufnahmen, die jedoch nicht überzeugen konnten. Regisseur Hamilton schlug daraufhin den in Deutschland sehr bekannten Gert Fröbe für die Rolle vor, mit dem sie dann auch besetzt wurde.

Fröbe wurde aufgrund seines starken deutschen Akzents im englischen Original von Michael Collins synchronisiert. Engelhard, Jr.

Eine der wichtigsten Nebenrollen in Goldfinger ist die der Pussy Galore, für die man Honor Blackman engagierte. Die war zu jenem Zeitpunkt bereits durch die Fernsehserie Mit Schirm, Charme und Melone bekannt, in der sie von bis die Catherine Gale spielte.

Die Rolle der Jill Masterson wurde von Shirley Eaton gespielt. Sie ist nur etwa 3 Minuten auf der Leinwand zu sehen [7] und wird getötet, indem man ihren Körper mit Gold umhüllt, so dass sie letztlich erstickt.

Für die Rolle der Tilly Masterson wurde Tania Mallet unter Vertrag genommen, die zu jenem Zeitpunkt ein angesagtes Fotomodell war.

Sie trat damals in ihrer einzigen Filmrolle überhaupt auf. Die kleine Rolle von Bonds Masseurin Dink wurde von Margaret Nolan dargestellt.

Dies führte dazu, dass sie mit diesem Make-up in der Titelsequenz des Films auftritt, wo die Filmtitel auf ihren Körper projiziert werden.

Auch einige der Filmposter zeigen Margaret Nolans mit Goldfarbe bemalten Körper. Desmond Llewelyn hatte seinen zweiten Auftritt als Q, Lois Maxwell und Bernard Lee waren bereits zum dritten Mal als Miss Moneypenny bzw.

M zu sehen. Für das Titeldesign war zum zweiten Mal in Folge Robert Brownjohn verantwortlich. Er projizierte Szenen aus dem Film auf die Schauspielerin Margaret Nolan, deren Körper mit Goldfarbe bemalt war.

Die Anatomie des weiblichen Körpers wird dabei in die Handlung einbezogen, so dass beispielsweise ein Golfball tatsächlich über den Körper zu rollen scheint.

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