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Talk:Licence to Kill

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Licence to Kill (1989)

Should this be moved to "Licence to Kill" since that's the title on imdb and on the DVD cover? --Ben41 09:39, 4 November 2009 (UTC)

Regardless of where they put this page I think it should be emphasized that the "Stinger" missles in this film are obvious mock-ups. It looks like the reloads are treated like RPG or bazooka rounds instead of the sealed launch tubes which are normally issued. That and the launcher, when deployed, lacks the cage of the Stinger's seeker. --Charon68 15:56, 5 November 2009 (UTC)

Bond's PPK

I just noticed something interesting about Bond's PPK: notice how it has a small engraving of an eagle on the slide. This, along with a few other indicators, means that the gun that was used by Timothy Dalton was a PPK that was manufactured in Nazi Germany. Interesting, huh? -Gunman69 05:17, 6 March 2010 (UTC)

Bond's PPK. Note the eagle engraved on the slide, the smaller rear sight, the lanyard ring, and the irregular front, indicating that this particular pistol was manufactured in Nazi Germany.

Glorified extra

It's been over twenty years since I've seen this movie, and it wasn't until today when I noticed this: Mullens (the DEA guy who isn't Grand L Bush) is played by Rafer Johnson. THE Rafer Johnson. The same Rafer Johnson who won a silver medal in the decathalon in the 1956 Summer Olympics, and a gold in the 1960 Summer Olympics, and thus, at one time, arguably the greatest athlete on the planet. [1] It'd be like Michael Phelps playing Henchman #4 in a Bourne movie thirty years from now, and no one noticing. --funkychinaman 02:55, 17 August 2010 (UTC)

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