The Bond tradition of silouettes of nude women in the opening titles.
Bond has sex with women in this movie. We don't see more than some kissing though.
A woman is seen swimming completely naked in a swimming pool. She asks James to join her and he says "I'd like to, but the problem is that I don't have any swimming trunks," she replies, "Well that's not a problem because nor have I." Her naked buttocks are seen, although blurred by the water.
One scene has Bond in a strip club called "Bottoms Up." Only hair covers womens' breasts, and they wear skimpy underwear.
We see a woman in a shower. The glass is frosted, but we can clearly see the outline of her naked body.
Lots of euphemisms and innuendo (much more than average 007 movies).
Unlike most Bond movies, Bond has an unsual but close relationship with Goodnight.
Body count is less than 10; there is a karate fight.
Lots of shooting and punching. On three occasions, we see bloody bullet holes with a moderate amount of surrounding blood, including at least two headshots.
When Scaramanga gets shot, no blood is seen.
A man is frozen.
Sheriff Pepper uses some racist slurs against Asians. He calls them "pointy heads in pajamas." Also, several uses of "g**d**n" as well as "hell."
Bond smokes and drinks occasionally.
Sherrif Pepper chews tobacco.
There is a lot of action and peril.
The final duel is very intense and full of surprises.