This was the ninth film in the series produced by Eon Productions. It was the second time that Roger Moore played James Bond, and the fourth and final time that Guy Hamilton would direct a Bond film. Christopher Lee plays the villain Francisco Scaramanga, whose golden gun is one of the most memorable Bond film props. The golden gun was made from Scaramanga's fountain pen, cigarette lighter, cigarette lighter and cufflinks - all made of gold. This film was loosely based on Ian Fleming's novel, published in 1965.
Robert McGinnis provides the magnificent artwork for this always desirable country-of-origin poster, featuring legendary spy, James Bond. Roger Moore returns as agent 007 for the second time in this exciting adaptation of Ian Fleming's novel (a book which was published in a "rough draft" form after the author's death).