The Man With the Golden Gun (1974)
Produced by Albert R Broccoli & Harry Saltzman
Directed by Guy Hamilton
Screenplay by Richard Maibaum & Tom Mankiewicz
James Bond played by Roger Moore
THE VILLAIN: Francisco Scaramanga (Christopher Lee) - the world's most expensive hitman.
SUB-VILLAINS: Nick Nack (Herve Villechaize) - midget personal assistant to Scaramanga.
Lazar (Marne Maitland) - Portuguese gunsmith based out of Macau, provides golden bullets to Scaramanga.
Hai Fat (Richard Loo) - Thai industrialist working with Scaramanga to harness the secret to solar power.
Chula (Chan Yiu Lam) - martial arts expert who faces off against Bond.
VILLAIN'S PLOT: Scaramanga has stolen a Solex Agitator, which harnesses solar power, and used it to create a prototype solar energy plant, of which he is going to offer the plans to the highest bidder, giving them a monopoly on solar power.
BOND WOMEN: Saida (Carmen du Satoy) - Beirut belly-dancer who has one of Scaramanga's golden bullets.
Andrea Anders (Maud Adams) - Scaramanga's kept woman, who solicits Bond to kill her lover.
Mary Goodnight (Britt Ekland) - British Secret Service agent in Hong Kong.
BONDS ALLIES: Colethorpe (James Cossins) - ballistics expert working with Q.
Lt Hip (Soon-Taik Oh) - British Secret Service agent in Hong Kong.
Bill Tanner (Michael Goodliffe - uncredited) - Chief of Staff, first appearance in a Bond film.
Sheriff J W Pepper (Clifton James) - Southern redneck from Live and Let Die, thrown together with Bond.
THE BOND TEAM: M (Bernard Lee) - head of the British Secret Service, an authoritative father figure who sends Bond on his missions.
Miss Moneypenny (Lois Maxwell) - M's secretary who, for many years, enjoys a flirtatious relationship with 007.
Q (Desmond Llewelyn) - the creator of Bond's lethal gadgets, aka Major Boothroyd.
BOND'S GADGETS: Homing device disguised as clothing button; fake superfluous nipple.
LOCATIONS: London; Beirut; Macau; Hong Kong; Thailand; Scaramanga's Island.