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On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969)

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Ratings: 6.3 / 10 from

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Length: 142 Minute(s)
James Bond tracks archnemesis Ernst Blofeld to a mountaintop retreat where he's training an army of beautiful but lethal women. Along the way, Bond falls for Italian contessa Tracy Draco -- and marries her in order to get closer to Blofeld. Meanwhile, he locates Blofeld in the Alps and embarks on a classic ski chase.
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Movie Parental Guide

nudity 2/10 The opening title sequence features silhouettes of women who are apparently nude, evidenced by a lack of any irregularities in the smooth body contours that would be caused by clothing, as well as by their visibly erect nipples. A man pays off a woman's large gambling debt. In a later scene, the two are lying on a bed together, fully clothed, talking about this, and the woman implies that she will repay the man with sexual favors. The two then begin to kiss, the man willingly, the woman stoically. A man wakes up in bed, visible from the waist up, wearing nothing. As he gets up, he puts on a robe, and later in the scene, we see his bared legs, implying that he was wearing either shorts or nothing at all in bed. A man reads a Playboy magazine, with the cover to the camera. The magazine shown shows no clear nudity on the cover. We see him turn the magazine sideways and open the centerfold, grinning. Later, we see the man walking away having pulled the centerfold out of the magazine. As he folds it up, we see a glimpse of the model's bared breasts. The magazine issue shown is the February 1969 issue of Playboy, in which the centerfold model is depicted nude down to her upper thighs. The pose hides her pubic area, but in the movie scene, we do not clearly see the woman's bared hip and thigh, even when viewed a frame at a time. A man enters a woman's bedroom at night. The woman is shown in bed, lying chest down, with the sheet covering her from the hips down. She is clearly not wearing any upper garment. In later parts of this scene, when the woman is facing the camera she has the sheet pulled up over her breasts, showing only her bared shoulders. We see the man at one point from the knees downward as his kilt falls down around his ankles, In dialogue, the woman implies that he was wearing nothing beneath the kilt. Later, we see the man in bed with the woman, the man bared to the waist at least. Consensual sex is implied. In later scenes, multiple similar liaisons are either initiated or implied in dialogue with other women. A man and a women bed down in a barn during a blizzard at night. Despite the obvious cold, we see the woman's bare leg from toes to upper thigh, plus a bit of hip area, broken by the side band of her high-cut panties. The couple embrace, caress, and kiss passionately. Consensual sex is implied.
violence Violence & Gore: 6.5/10 The violence in this film is more bloody then previous Bond films. People fall off a cliff, and are shown hitting the ground with a thud. There is in particular a sequence in which the camera follows a man's body as he falls a long distance before hitting the ground. A skier falls into a snow harvester, which begins spraying large amounts of bloody snow across a large area. People are shot in large scale shootouts, but blood is almost never apparent. A man is killed by a flame thrower in one scene. After a intense fistfight a man gots his head put between by a large object and is then impaled by a lot of sharp spikes placed on a wall. After fist fights, the participants are usually shown with a small amount of blood and cuts on their faces. At the start of the film, Bond appears to drown a thug. The man is later seen alive, but this is not immediately clear. Tracy is shot in the head and killed at the end of the film. There is a large amount of blood apparent.
profanity "Hell" and "d*mn" are used in a single scene.
alcohol Cigarettes are smoked by many characters throughout. Alcohol is drunk casually.
frightening The violence is somewhat intense for a usual Bond film. The ending may be distressing. As with the previous Bond films this would be rated PG-13 if released today (mostly for violence)

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