Cinema: 006-3/4

You Only Live Twice. Ever since his cinema debut in 1962, James Bond has been the subject of cult and caricature, spoof and spectacular. Now, five films later, he is the victim of the same misfortune that once befell Frankenstein: there have been so many flamboyant imitations that the original looks like a copy.

As in the predecessors, James Bond (Sean Connery) is once again the Fleming fantasy of the British savior. This time he comes to rescue Russia and the U.S., which teeter helplessly on the brink of war. Someone, it develops, has...

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