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Comtesse Teresa di Vicenzo (Diana Rigg)

Comtesse Teresa di Vicenzo [known as Tracy] (Diana Rigg)

Ernst Stavro Blofeld (Telly Savalas)

Ernst Stavro Blofeld (Telly Savalas)

On Her Majesty's Secret Service logo

Date of release: World Premiere 18th December 1969, Odeon Leicester Square, London.
Running Time: 140 minutes
James Bond: George Lazenby
Plot: Ernst Stavro Blofeld plans to blackmail the Western World with the threat of bacteriological sabotage of the world food supply. His ransom? Recognition of his claim to the title of Count de Bleuchamp, and amnesty for all his past crimes.
Bond’s Women:
Comtesse Teresa di Vicenzo
[known as Tracy] (Diana Rigg)
Ruby Bartlett (Angela Scoular)
Nancy (Catherine von Schell)
Bond’s Enemies: Ernst Stavro Blofeld (Telly Savalas)
Irma Bunt (Ilse Steppat)
Grunther (Yuri Borienko)
Bond’s Allies: Marc Ange Draco (Gabriele Ferzetti)
Sir Hilary Bray (George Baker)
Campbell (Bernard Horsfall)
‘M’ (Bernard Lee)
Miss Moneypenny (Lois Maxwell)
‘Q’ (Desmond Llewelyn)
Bond’s Car: Aston Martin DBS
Bond’s Gadget: A combination safe-cracking and photocopying machine
Main Title Music:
‘On Her Majesty’s Secret Service’ (Instrumental)
Vocals featured within the film:
‘We Have All The Time In The World’ sung by Louis Armstrong
‘Do You Know How Christmas Trees Are Grown’
sung by Nina [Van Pallandt]
End Title Music: We Have All The Time In The World’/‘The James Bond Theme’ (Instrumentals)
Music Score: John Barry
Production Design: Syd Cain
Main Titles Designer: Maurice Binder
Editor: John Glen
Screenplay: Richard Maibaum
Director of
Michael Reed
Director: Peter Hunt
Producers: *Harry Saltzman & Albert R. Broccoli
The listing shown is contractual for the Eastern Hemisphere and is reversed for the Western Hemisphere.
James Bond (George Lazenby)

James Bond (George Lazenby)

Gunbarrel (George Lazenby)

Gunbarrel (George Lazenby)

On Her Majesty's Secret Service title screen

On Her Majesty's Secret Service title screen

Aston Martin DBS

Aston Martin DBS
Combination safe-cracking and photocopying machine

Combination safe-cracking and photocopying machine

Irma Bunt (Ilse Steppat)
Irma Bunt (Ilse Steppat)


“If my demands are not met, I shall proceed with the systematic extinction of whole species of cereals and livestock all over the world.”

DIRECTOR: Peter Hunt
STARRING: George Lazenby, Diana Rigg, Telly Savalas, Gabriele Ferzetti, Ilse Steppat, Bernard Lee, Desmond Llewelyn, Lois Maxwell
SCREENPLAY: Richard Maibaum

CLASSIC SCENE: When the trail has gone cold in his search for arch criminal Ernst Stavro Blofeld (Telly Savalas), James Bond 007 (George Lazenby) discovers a link between a Swiss lawyer and a certain Count de Bleuchamp. Inside the Count’s mountaintop headquarters, apparently an allergy clinic, Bond masquerades as Sir Hilary Bray, a herald from the college of arms, whose visit is to authenticate the Count’s claim to his title. When surreptitiously entering a female patients bedroom, Bond’s cover is blown, and Blofeld’s guards knock him unconscious…

On Her Majesty's Secret Service CLASSIC SCENE
BLOFELD: Merry Christmas double-o-seven. 

BOND: I’m Sir Hilary Bray. 

BLOFELD: No no no Mister Bond. Respectable Baronets from the College of Heralds do not, seduce female patients in clinics. On the other hand – they do get their professional details right! The Bleauchamp tombs are not in the Augsberg cathedral as you said, but in the St. Anna Kirsch – Sir Hilary Bray would have known. A small slip. It takes more than a few props to turn double-o-seven into a herald. 

BOND: It’ll take more than cutting off your earlobes Blofeld to turn you into a count. 

BLOFELD: I may yet surprise you. But I’m afraid you have no surprises left for me. I know all about your mission Mister Bond, your colleague – such a keen climber, such a brilliant conversationalist – before he left us.

BOND: You realise he’ll have reported where I am. 

BLOFELD: I doubt that. In any case no one’s going to come to your rescue – in a few hours, the United Nations will receive, my Yuletide greeting. The information that I now possess the scientific means to control, or to destroy the economy of the whole world – people will have more important things to think about than you. 

BOND: If they believe your threat. 

BLOFELD: (laughs) Oh they will. In any case I have prepared a demonstration. Remember that, disagreeable outbreak of Foot and Mouth disease in England last summer. Well I shall instruct them in very convincing terms, exactly how I arranged that, and my capacity has improved since.

BOND: Allergy vaccines. Bacteria. Bacteriological warfare! 

BLOFELD: With a difference. Our great breakthrough since last summer has been the confection of a certain – ‘Virus Omega’. 

BOND: Infertility. 

BLOFELD: Total infertility, in plants and animals – not just disease in a few herds Mister Bond, or the loss of a single crop, but the destruction of a whole strain – forever, throughout an entire continent. If my demands are not met, I shall proceed with the systematic extinction of whole species of cereals and livestock all over the world. 

BOND: Including I suppose – the human race? 

BLOFELD: I don’t think do you Mister Bond, the United Nations would let it come to that – not after their scientists analyse a small sample of ‘Virus Omega’ they have received. 

BOND: Epidemics of sterility. Nothing grows – no seed even begins to sprout. They’ll find an antidote. 

BLOFELD: Of course – if I give them enough time.  

BOND: They’ll have time. Once they’re warned you’ll have a problem dispensing the stuff. 

BLOFELD: That problem has already been solved. I have been training my own special – angels of death. 

BOND: Those girls. 

BLOFELD: Those girls – and many others like them. 

BOND: But exactly how? 

BLOFELD: That will remain my secret. 

BOND: And how many hundred millions do you want for your services this time Blofeld? 

BLOFELD: This time! This time is a price of another kind, you’ll be even more amused when you know what. In the meanwhile I will keep you here as my guest – you’ll be very useful in helping to convince the authorities – that I mean what I say, and I’ll do what I claim. Come, let me show you to your new quarters.


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