Never Say Never Again

Never Say Never Again

Director: Irvin Kershner Cast: Sean Connery, Klaus Maria Brandauer, Max von Sydow

DVD (Wide Screen / Dolby 5.1 / Stereo)

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Irvin Kershner directs Sean Connery in the James Bond film Never Say Never Again, which comes to DVD with a widescreen anamorphic transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 2.35:1. English and Spanish soundtracks are rendered in Dolby Digital Surround. Spanish and French subtitles are accessible, and the English soundtrack is closed-captioned. Supplemental materials include the original theatrical trailer, and a collectible booklet. This is a solid release from MGM/UA that boasts excellent picture quality.

Product Details

Release Date: 10/17/2000
UPC: 0027616853981
Original Release: 1983
Rating: PG
Source: Mgm (Video & Dvd)
Region Code: 1
Presentation: [Wide Screen]
Sound: [Dolby Digital, stereo]
Time: 2:13:00

Special Features

Collectable booklet; Original theatrical trailer

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Sean Connery James Bond
Klaus Maria Brandauer Largo
Max von Sydow Blofeld
Barbara Carrera Fatima Blush
Kim Basinger Domino
Bernie Casey Felix Leiter
Alec McCowen "Q" Algy
Edward Fox "M"
Pamela Salem Miss Moneypenny
Rowan Atkinson Small-Fawcett
Valerie Leon Lady in Bahamas
Milos Kirek Kovacs
Pat Roach Lippe
Anthony Sharp Lord Ambrose
Prunella Gee Patricia
Gavan O'Herlihy Jack Petachi
Saskia Cohen Tanugi Nicole
Lucy Hornak Nurse at Shrublands
Anthony Van Laast Kurt
Ronald Pickup Elliot
Robert Rietty Italian Minister
Vincent Marzello Culpepper
Billy Mitchell Capt. Pederson
Manning Redwood Gen. Miller
Sylvia Marriott French Minister
Dan Meaden Bouncer at Casino
Michael Medwin Doctor at Shrublands
Derek Deadman Porter at Shrublands
Joanna Dickens Cook at Shrublands
Tony Alleff Auctioneer
Brenda Kempner Masseuce
Wendy Leech Girl Hostage

Technical Credits
Irvin Kershner Director
David Allen Sound/Sound Designer
Alan Bergman Songwriter
Marilyn Bergman Songwriter
Ian Crafford Editor
Leslie Dilley Art Director
David Dryer Special Effects
Michael Dryhurst Associate Producer
Stephen B. Grimes Production Designer
Ian Hall Songwriter
Philip Harrison Production Designer
Peter Howitt Set Decoration/Design
Simon Kaye Musical Direction/Supervision,Sound/Sound Designer
Charles Knode Costumes/Costume Designer
Robert Lawrence Editor
Kevin McClory Executive Producer,Original Story
Michael White Art Director
Michel Legrand Score Composer
Jack Schwartzman Producer
Lorenzo Semple Screenwriter
Douglas Slocombe Cinematographer
Roy Stannard Art Director
David Tomblin Asst. Director
Jack Whittingham Original Story
Ian Wingrove Special Effects Supervisor

Scene Index

Side #1 --
0. Scene Selections
1. Logo/Title/Intro [4:17]
2. Purge Those Toxins [3:18]
3. Spectre HQ [:28]
4. Physical Relations [2:14]
5. One Hell Of A Nurse [2:35]
6. Basic Training [3:13]
7. The Blink Of An Eye [6:53]
8. What A Snake [1:45]
9. Diverting Missiles [2:19]
10. Worldwide Panic [1:27]
11. The Tears Of Allah [2:43]
12. No Money For Q [:51]
13. Foreign But Charming [4:58]
14. Fishing Expedition [3:22]
15. A Shark View [:50]
16. An Awkward Moment [1:44]
17. Nice's Nice View [2:36]
18. "Hard Or Soft?" [3:21]
19. The Challenge [:40]
20. Playing For Domino [3:30]
21. Bad News Tango [:18]
22. The New Bike [2:44]
23. Fatima's Legacy [3:20]
24. Lunch? [2:14]
25. Betrayed With A Kiss [2:32]
26. A Gift For The Damned [1:26]
27. Selling Domino [7:22]
28. Other Plans [:35]
29. Map Of The Tears [2:17]
30. Clearing The Cave [5:18]
31. Underwater Battle [:04]
32. Never Again/Credits [4:38]

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Never Say Never Again 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
MysteryfanTN More than 1 year ago
This movie had a number of strikes against it from the outset. The 1983 release date is twenty years after Sean Connery's appearance in 'Goldfinger' (the 'gold standard' of Bond films IMO). The lack of the traditional Bond opening sequence, as well as of MI6 staples Bernard Lee, Desmond Lleweland and even perennial 'government employee' Lois Maxwell screams 'pirate movie'. The plot is a spot-on ripoff of 'Thunderball', although updated for the new (in 1983) geopolitical scene. However this movie is something of an undiscovered gem. The primary reason is Connery, who at age 52 re-establishes himself as THE definitive James Bond. One hopes that the relative lack of the excessive cartoonish gadgetry in the post-Goldfinger films was a result of rumored creative control allowed to Connery. And other actors provide good support. Barbara Carrera is suitably unstable and evil as a female assassin, Kim Basinger is both provacative and vulnerable, and Klaus Maria Brandauer is an appropriately driven, manic and greedy primary villian. The updated setting of the Middle East as a staging area and Brandauer's portrayal of a predatory capitalist who has to win and prosper no matter who he allies himself with or what the cost is to society are also surprisingly up to date with current events. But it all boils down to Connery's final appearance as Bond as a reason to own this DVD.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Not a "sanctioned" Bond flick, but nice to see Connery in action again!