You Only Live Twice (1967) Movie Script

Calling Cape Comm.
This is Jupiter 16.
Do you give a "go" for fourth orbit?
Cape Comm to Jupiter 16.
Can you confirm O-2 pressure
is within limit?
Roger. Everything looks good
in the environmental control system.
Everything looks good from here.
You have a "go" for fourth orbit.
Jupiter 16. Roger.
We're stowing all loose gear,
ready for the E. V.A.
Jupiter 16, this is Cape Comm.
Start your E.V.A. When ready.
You have plenty of time
in the other E.V.A. S for experiments.
- So don't stay out too long, Chris.
- Okay, Flight.
- Don't worry. We'll stick to plan.
- Roger.
Cape Comm to Jupiter 16.
On my mark...
... it will be 4 plus 3-7.
Four, three, two, one.
Cape Comm, this is Chris. I am out.
Everything looks okay.
Good. The manoeuver unit
is working this time.
I used it to get out,
and it makes things a lot easier.
Cape Comm to Hawaii. This is
Flight Control. Come in, please.
Hawaii. Roger.
Hawaii, we expect to start E. V.A.
Over your station on this pass.
Hawaii to Jupiter 16.
There is an unidentified object
closing on you fast from astern.
Can you see it?
Hawaii, we have nothing here.
Hold while we check the space track.
Hawaii to Jupiter 16.
Repeat. Hawaii to Jupiter 16.
There is an unidentified object
on our scope closing fast.
We see nothing.
Can you give me a bearing?
Appears to be coming up fast
from astern.
Hey, now I see it.
It's another spacecraft!
I repeat, it's another spacecraft!
Chris, this is Mike.
Does it look like it's moving past?
You're breaking up. Say again.
- Does it look like it's moving past?
- Chris, what's happening?
It's coming right at us!
The front is opening up!
I repeat! The front is opening up!
It's coming right at us!
Get back in! Get back in!
Do you read me?
You're breaking up!
Hawaii to Jupiter 16.
Hawaii to Jupiter 16.
Are you receiving?
- We're breaking up.
- Come in, please. Over.
My lifeline is cut...
Hawaii to Jupiter 16.
Hawaii to Jupiter 16.
Are you receiving me?
Come in, please. Over.
Houston? We've lost all radio contact.
We've also lost him on the scope.
Unidentified object is still orbiting.
Alert all stations
and track him closely.
It is ridiculous
for the Soviet government... deny responsibility
in this matter.
The Soviet government denies
all knowledge of this affair.
The world knows
we are a peace-Ioving people.
I hereby give notice
that in 20 days time...
...the United States intends to launch
her next spaceship into orbit.
My government has instructed me
to inform you...
...that any interference...
...will be regarded as an act of war.
May I ask what motive...
...our Russian friends would have...
...for wishing to destroy
American spacecraft?
My government sees this as
nothing less than a blatant attempt... gain complete control
of space itself for military purposes.
We don't agree.
Her Majesty's government
is not convinced...
...that this intruder missile
originated from Soviet Russia.
A tracking station in Singapore
reported faint echoes of this craft...
...coming down in
the Sea of Japan area.
Might I suggest, gentlemen,
that this is where... should concentrate
your intelligence forces.
The prime minister has asked to assure
you, this is what we propose to do.
As a matter of fact, our man
in Hong Kong is working on it now.
Why do Chinese girls taste different
from all other girls?
You think we better, huh?
No, just different... Peking duck is different
from Russian caviar.
- But I love them both.
- Darling, I give you very best duck.
Well, that would be lovely.
We've had some interesting
times together.
I'll be sorry to go.
Check that door.
The bed.
We're too late.
Well, at least he died on the job.
He'd have wanted it this way.
- The troubled sea.
That must all be changed.
In a moment,
in the twinkling of an eye... the last trumpet...
...for the trumpet shall sound, and the
dead shall be raised incorruptible...
...and we shall all be changed.
We commit his body to the deep
to be turned into corruption...
...Iooking for the resurrection
of the body...
...when the sea
shall give up her dead.
- Carry on.
- Aye, aye, sir.
- Request permission to come aboard.
- Permission granted.
Thank you.
- Take this officer aft.
- Yes, sir.
- Take her up 90 feet, across 0-4-5.
- Aye, aye, sir.
- Hello, Penny.
- You better go right in.
You're late as usual,
even from your own funeral.
Well, we corpses have
absolutely no sense of time.
- In you go, sir.
- Thank you, ma'am.
- Sit down, 007.
- Thank you, sir.
- No ill effects?
- None at all, sir.
Now that you're dead,
perhaps some of your old friends...
...will pay less attention
to you for a while.
Give you more elbow room.
You'll need it too.
This is the big one, 007.
That's why I'm out here myself.
- I take it you're fully briefed.
- Yes, sir.
But there's one thing
I don't understand.
If our Singapore tracking station
is correct...
...about the rocket not landing
in Russia, where did it land?
We assume it's Japan.
Mind you, all this is pure guesswork.
But the PM wants us to play it
with everything we've got.
- And the aerial reconnaissance?
- Every inch photographed. Nothing.
Are the Japanese equipped
to launch such a rocket?
- We don't think so.
- Then who else is?
That's what you've gotta find out fast,
before the real shooting starts.
This damn thing could blow up
into a full-scale war.
When you get to Tokyo,
go to that name and address.
Our man Henderson
will contact you there.
Captain here.
We're underway. Full ahead.
- Well, that's all.
- Thank you, sir.
- 007.
- Sir?
We've only three weeks before
the Americans launch the next one.
- You know that, don't you?
- Yes, sir.
My sources tell me the Russians
are planning one earlier than that.
So move fast, 007.
Yes, sir.
By the way, how was the girl?
Which girl?
The Chinese one
we fixed you up with.
Another five minutes,
I would've found out.
She'll never know what she missed.
Miss Moneypenny.
Give 007 the password
we've agreed with Japanese S.I.S.
Yes, sir.
We tried to think of something
that you wouldn't forget.
"I love you."
Repeat it, please,
to make sure you get it.
Don't worry. I get it.
James. Good luck.
Instant Japanese. You may need it.
You forget I took a first
in Oriental languages at Cambridge.
Stand by to load.
Good to launch.
Tube readied.
Out cab open.
This is your ticket.
Thank you.
I love you.
I have a car nearby.
Where do you suggest we go?
I know a quiet hotel.
Where your friend is waiting.
Mr. Henderson.
Wasn't Mr. Henderson
able to come himself?
- I suppose not.
- Why?
He didn't say.
Well, I think it's about hotel time.
How long have you been working
for Henderson?
Long enough to learn not to discuss
such matters with strangers.
- Mr. Henderson's waiting for you.
- You're not coming in with me?
Mr. Henderson
would like to see you alone.
Do come in.
Mr. Henderson?
At your service.
I believe you wanted
to ask me some questions.
Yes. Excuse me.
- Thank you.
- I'm glad you got it right.
I lost that in Singapore in '42.
You must excuse this
rather odd mixture of styles...
...but I refuse to go
entirely Japanese.
I'm very fond
of some of these old things.
You've never been to Japan before,
have you?
No, never.
I myself have lived here for...
...28 years...
...and I'm just beginning
to know my way about.
Your most vital contact
will be Tanaka.
He's head of
the Japanese Secret Service...
...and his identity is the most
closely guarded secret in Japan.
When can I see him?
- You can see Tiger tonight.
- Tiger?
His closest friends
are permitted to call him that.
- Do you have any leads of your own?
- Yes, I do.
That's stirred, not shaken.
That was right, wasn't it?
- Cheers.
- Cheers.
Russian vodka. Well done.
I get it from the doorman
at the Russian embassy...
...amongst certain other things.
Now, look.
I think London's theory
about the missile being fired...
...from this country is right.
I don't know how or where, and
don't ask me who's doing it either.
But I have a fairly shrewd idea...
...that a major foreign power
is behind it all.
You mean apart from
Russia and Japan?
It's not Russia, old boy.
I'm sure of that.
It's not Japan either.
Although a large Japanese
industrial concern, it...
Good evening.
Siamese vodka?
Get in, quick!
Now, what the hell's the score?
What do you mean?
My job is to help you.
Like you helped Henderson?
I'm taking you to a place of safety.
No, this time I'm taking you.
I want some information.
I want it now.
- I have no information to give you.
- We'll see about that. Slow down.
Welcome to Japan, Mr. Bond.
It is a great pleasure
to meet you at last.
And how do you like
our country so far?
I am a trifle disappointed at the ease
with which I could pull you in.
The one thing my honorable mother
told me long ago...
...was never to get into a car
with a strange girl.
But you, I'm afraid,
will get into anything with any girl.
I must say, you have a lot of energy
for a dead man, Mr. Bond.
You are James Bond, aren't you?
I am so very pleased to meet you.
I really am.
Permit me to introduce myself.
My name is Tanaka.
Please call me Tiger.
If you're Tanaka,
how do you feel about me?
I love you.
I'm glad we got that out of the way.
I'd like you to examine these
as soon as possible.
They're from Osato's safe.
This is an order for naval stores.
- What is lox?
- It's American smoked salmon.
But it's also the technical name
for liquid oxygen...
...which makes rocket fuel.
- Very interesting. We must go.
The journey out will be
more dignified than the journey in.
That wouldn't be difficult.
- I'd like that negative enlarged.
- Okay.
My private train.
I never travel in the streets of Tokyo.
In my position,
it would be most unwise.
Very convenient.
I imagine your Mr. M in London
has a similar arrangement.
M? Oh, yes. But of course.
Then the girl in the white sports car
is one of us.
- Aki?
- Yes. Very competent.
Do you like Japanese saki,
or would you prefer a vodka martini?
Oh, no. I like saki.
Especially when it's served
at the correct temperature...
...98.4 degrees Fahrenheit,
like this is.
For a European,
you are exceptionally cultivated.
- We'll see the photograph you found.
- Good.
It's just a ship and a strip of land.
Could be anywhere.
My men found a microdot
on the paper.
It says, "Photograph taken... female American tourist
from coastal vessel.
The woman has been liquidated
as a routine precaution."
- Can we see the photograph again?
- Of course.
So they killed an innocent tourist
for taking this?
Can you make it bigger?
Check motor vessel Ning-Po,
full details.
All recent movements
and present whereabouts.
- What's that on the left?
- Focus on the left.
- Diving girls.
- Can you identify that coastline?
Given time, yes.
- Who is the head of Osato Chemicals?
- Mr. Osato.
Can you arrange an appointment
with him tomorrow?
Of course. But tonight,
consider my house yours...
...including all of my possessions,
My friend, now you take
your first civilized bath.
Really? I like the plumbing.
Place yourself entirely
in their hands.
Rule number one is
never do anything for yourself...
...when someone else
can do it for you.
- And number two?
- Rule number two?
In Japan, men always come first.
Women come second.
I might just retire to here.
Your English girls would
never perform this simple service.
I think I know one or two
who might get around to it.
Miss Moneypenny, perhaps?
We have our sources, just like you.
Don't get the soap in my eye,
will you?
I suppose you know what it is
about you that fascinates them.
It's the hair on your chest.
Japanese men...
...all have beautiful bare skin.
Japanese proverb say:
Bird never make nest in bare tree.
If Henderson's theory is right...
...why would a foreign power
want to launch missiles from Japan?
Because if ever they were discovered,
they could deny all responsibility...
...especially if some private
organization's doing the work.
- Osato?
- Perhaps.
Mr. Osato is one of
the greatest industrialists in Japan.
- He's merely a front.
- Who is big enough?
- Could be.
Now, massage.
Which girl do you select?
I'll just settle for this little lady.
Good choice.
She's very "sexyful."
The last time someone gave me
a massage was in Hong Kong.
But unfortunately,
we had to cut it short.
We were rudely interrupted
by a couple of gunmen.
So we never got around
to finishing it.
This time, you shall finish it.
No one will disturb you tonight.
I think I will enjoy very much
serving under you.
Mr. Fisher? This way, please.
Thank you.
Please come in, Mr. Fisher.
Mr. Osato is expecting you.
Thank you.
You are three and a half minutes early.
Please be seated.
- How do you do, Mr. Fisher?
- How do you do?
Miss Brandt,
my confidential secretary.
- Hello.
- Hello.
May we offer you
a glass of champagne?
No, thank you. It's too early for me.
- You're quite sure?
- Quite sure.
I always take a glass in the morning.
- You should try it.
- Isn't it bad for your liver?
It adds a sparkle to the day.
Sure it does.
A Dom Perignon '59, Mr. Fisher.
Are you sure
you won't change your mind?
Well, if you insist.
Please be seated, Mr. Fisher.
Thank you.
So you are the new managing director
of Empire Chemicals.
- What happened to Williamson?
- Williamson?
Ah, yes.
He died rather suddenly, poor chap.
From what?
He fell into a pulverizer at the works.
How shocking.
A very honorable death,
all the same.
He gained great face
with the company.
I hope you are not taking
any risks yourself.
Me? I never take any risks.
You forgive me for saying so, but...
...I think you are taking one now.
I am?
You should give up smoking.
Cigarettes are very bad
for your chest.
Mr. Osato believes
in a healthy chest.
- Really?
- Now, then.
You must tell me
what I can do for you.
We're interested in the bulk buying
of fermentation chemicals.
Monsodium glutamate
and ascorbic acid.
Would you like a license
to manufacture?
Yes, very much.
So, I'll have my sales manager
get quotations...
...on the delivery dates for you
as soon as possible.
We'll contact you later today
at your hotel.
- Which hotel are you staying at?
- The Hilton.
Goodbye, Mr. Fisher.
A pleasure to meet you.
Pleasure to meet you too.
- Goodbye, Miss Brandt.
- Goodbye, Mr. Fisher.
Kill him.
Get down!
Come in, 2-9-4.
We are being chased by gunmen
in black sedan.
I'm heading south for Highway 2.
Arrange usual reception, please.
How's that for Japanese efficiency?
Just a drop in the ocean.
- 0- 0.
- Yes, Tiger.
Motor vessel Ning-Po
is owned by Osato Chemicals.
Go on.
Vessel at present loading
in Kobe docks.
Sailing for Shanghai
at 5:00 p.m. This afternoon.
Suggest you proceed immediately
to look her over.
- Can we make it?
- Yes, just.
Proceeding immediately
Kobe docks.
Tiger, contact M.
Tell him to send Little Nellie.
Repeat: Little Nellie.
Suggest she be accompanied
by her father.
Most urgent. Understood?
Condensation ice-cold.
Liquid oxygen.
Get out of here. Contact Tanaka.
I'm not leaving you.
Tell him to keep that ship shadowed
wherever she goes.
Go now.
Take him to Number 11.
- Wake him up.
- Are you finished?
Where am I?
You're in my cabin on the Ning-Po.
Leave him to me, now.
Wait in there, and shut the door.
I've got you now.
Well, enjoy yourself.
- Who are you working for?
- Empire Chemicals. You know that.
- Do all their people carry guns?
- When they're abroad, yes.
And why were you snooping
around the docks?
I like ships,
and I used to be a sailor.
You are a liar.
- Do you know what this is?
- I'd rather not.
Plastic surgeons call it a dermatome.
They use it to slice off skin.
I hope you won't force me to use it.
Well, what's a nice girl like you
doing in a place like this?
I have a confession to make.
Actually, I'm a spy.
I know that.
I suppose you know that
industrial secrets are big business.
I've stolen Osato's new process
for making monosodium glutamate.
Well, it's worth $300,000.
I'll split it with you if you
get me out of here and back to Tokyo.
That's a nice offer.
How about it?
- I'm afraid not.
- Why?
Osato would kill me.
We could fly to Europe tomorrow,
you and I.
The things I do for England.
You're going to need some very close
protection tonight in Tokyo...
...because that's when
they'll try and get at you.
You'll need the best man we've got.
And who do you suggest?
Well, me.
I'm afraid I have another
appointment tonight, Mr. Fisher.
I'm awfully sorry to leave you,
but I have to get off.
Chasing girls will be the end of you.
I have told you that before.
He didn't chase her.
He did it so I could get away.
He wouldn't touch that horrible girl.
You wouldn't, would you?
Oh, heaven forbid. Any progress?
Yes. We have identified
the coastline in the photograph.
It is an island called Matsu...
...and lies on the direct route
between Kobe and Shanghai.
We shadowed the Ning-Po
in a helicopter.
- Did it stop at the island?
- I think so.
It was a very dark night.
Impossible to see her all the time.
But we know she stopped
somewhere. Look at these.
That one we took last night.
And that one early this morning.
- Notice the waterline.
- You're right.
Fully laden here, and empty here.
I want to take a fast look
at the island now.
- Has Little Nellie arrived?
- Yes, and her father.
Welcome to Japan, Dad.
Is my little girl hot and ready?
I've had a long and tiring journey,
probably to no purpose.
I'm in no mood
for your juvenile quips.
I have my curiosity.
What is Little Nellie?
She's a wonderful girl.
Very small. Quite fast.
Can do anything. Just your type.
A toy helicopter?
No, it's certainly not a toy.
You'll see.
We've made
one or two improvements.
- I'll give you the drill.
- This can only be for children.
Don't use it.
Take my helicopter instead.
Right. Now, pay attention.
- Two machine guns, fixed.
incinerators and high explosives.
Two rocket launchers.
Forward firing on either side.
Now, these fire
heat-seeking air-to-air missiles.
- Sixty a minute.
- Good.
Flame guns, two of them,
firing astern.
- What range?
- Eighty yards.
Two smoke ejectors
next door to them.
Aerial mines. Now, remember.
Use them only when
directly above target.
That's about the lot, I think.
You know the rest, don't you?
- Tanaka, listen in on 410 megacycles.
- Good luck.
I'll contact you
when I get over the island.
- Okay.
- Be careful.
Hello, Base One.
I'm over the island now.
I've seen the fishing village.
Nothing to report.
Roger. We'll keep listening.
Hello, Base One.
- There's nothing here but volcanoes.
- Understood.
Carry on.
- Hello, Base One.
- Listening.
Little Nellie got a hot reception.
Four big shots made
improper advances towards her.
But she defended her honor
with great success.
- Heading for home.
- Do not come home.
Russian space shot imminent.
Proceed vector 4-6 degrees
and await instructions.
- Understood
- Roger and out.
Clear the area.
Prepare for reception.
Radar blackout is now complete.
Moscow radio is already saying
that we did it.
The president's called
a press conference for 2 p.m.
He'll deny our involvement.
- But can we prove it?
- Of course we can't.
The world won't believe the Russians
destroyed their own spacecraft.
They'll use the excuse
to shoot down our next Jupiter.
Houston to Washington.
We followed him for one orbit,
now he's gone off the screen.
- That means he's coming down.
- Yeah, but where?
Someplace in Russia. It has to be.
The British theory about Japan
is nonsense.
- Forget Japan.
- I agree.
We rephotographed
every square inch.
Ventilator fans to full power.
Open all air ducts.
Area safe to enter.
All crews to stations.
All air ducts to normal.
Air ducts open.
- Close crater.
- Closing crater.
Fire guards to station.
Ventilator fans to normal.
Open shutters.
Reception complete.
Withdraw captive spaceship.
Guards to stations.
- Remove the prisoners.
- Remove the prisoners.
I shall be in my apartment.
I may send for you later.
I must congratulate you, gentlemen,
upon your superb equipment.
We congratulate you
on how you handle it.
Our clients are satisfied
with the progress so far?
- My government is quite satisfied.
- Good.
You will see that my piranha fish
get very hungry.
They can strip a man
to the bone in 30 seconds.
I have decided to ask
for a little money in advance.
I want the sum of a hundred
million dollars in gold bullion...
...deposited in our account
in Buenos Aires.
Our agreement states quite clearly
that no money should be paid...
...until war has broken out between
Russia and the United States.
- This is extortion.
- Extortion is my business.
Think it over, gentlemen. I'm busy.
Osato and Number 11, report now.
An unknown Englishman
was in your office the other day.
Correct, Number One.
- Do you know what gun this is?
- Walther PPK.
Only one person we know
uses this sort of gun.
James Bond.
- But Bond is dead.
- It was in all the newspapers.
Rubbish. Bond is alive.
Unless you killed him, Mr. Osato.
Don't tell me you let him go.
I gave Number 11 the strictest orders
to eliminate him.
- And did she?
- She failed.
You should have killed him yourself.
You had plenty of opportunity.
This organization
does not tolerate failure.
- I know, but...
- Go.
Kill Bond, now!
Yes, Number One. Yes.
- Hello.
- Bad news from outer space.
Yes, I heard it. Now the Russians
are accusing the Americans.
Next time it will be war.
- We'll have to get to those volcanoes.
- I agree.
We'll also need a company
of first-rate men.
Do you have any commandos here?
I have much, much better.
Ninjas. Top secret, Bond-san.
This is my ninja training school.
- Ninjas?
- The art of concealment and surprise.
This must develop
very fast reflex actions.
And spiritual strength.
Now we will see some modern ninjas.
My plan is this:
I make a base on the Ama Island.
One hundred of my ninjas
will slide in unseen.
They will be workers and fishermen.
- What about me?
- Later.
For the moment,
these will interest you. Rocket guns.
Very powerful. See the little holes
in the back for jet propulsion?
- It's a fine gun.
- All rocket guns.
This is our special baby rocket.
It's useful for people who
smoke too many cigarettes like you.
- Accurate up to 30 yards.
- Very neat.
It can save your life, this cigarette.
You sound like a commercial.
- What's the plan for me?
- First, you become a Japanese.
Second, you train hard and quickly
to become a ninja like us.
And third, to give you
extra special cover... take a wife.
Regretfully impossible.
You must marry Ama girl,
one who is known on the island.
Is she pretty?
- She has a face like a pig.
- To hell with that idea.
But this is duty.
The girl I have chosen
is an agent of mine.
But first, you must
become Japanese.
Why don't you just dye
the parts that show?
Tiger said from now on, you must
do everything in Japanese style.
Good for Tiger.
She's dead.
Tiger, we must get to that island.
You're almost ready.
Just two more days' training.
- You killed him.
- He tried to kill me.
This man is a stranger from outside.
Lucky we're getting out of here.
Tomorrow you will be a poor Japanese
worker with humble Japanese wife.
Yeah, with a face like a pig.
My men are already ashore,
all over the island.
We have four days left.
It is not much time.
This is my house.
My friend has made us some food.
- Do you live here alone?
- Yes. My parents are dead.
Sit down, please.
Is this the only room there is?
Yes. That is your bed.
I shall sleep over there.
We're supposed to be married.
Think again, please.
You gave false name to priest.
Yes, but we must keep up
appearances. It's our honeymoon.
No honeymoon. This is business.
Well, I won't need these.
What's wrong?
The Americans have changed
the launching date.
The countdown has already started.
The president spoke on television.
He gave a last warning to Russia.
- When does it go up?
- Tonight, midnight, our time.
- Did your men search the island?
- Nothing.
Except volcanoes.
Everything is so normal around here.
- Nothing happens.
- One thing has happened.
Yesterday an Ama girl
rode her boat into Rosaki.
- Rosaki?
- It is a big cave on the mainland.
And when her boat floated out again,
she was dead.
- Was that the funeral we saw?
- Yes.
- How did she die?
- Nobody knows.
- Can you take me to this cave?
- Yes.
We'll slip away from the fishing fleet
in the morning.
All right?
- Now, where is this cave?
- It's straight across.
The cave is over there.
Gas. Get over the side. Quick.
Phosgene gas
to keep the visitors away.
Did you notice
the sulfur on the walls?
- The yellow?
- Yes.
It was once an underground outlet
for the lava from the volcano.
- There must be a long tunnel.
- Miles of it.
It leads all the way.
Right up to the top there.
That's where we have to go next.
Can you make it?
Of course. It's business.
- May I rest a moment?
- Surely.
It's hard work.
Some honeymoon.
It's going down into the volcano.
Heliport to position.
The honeymoon's over. Come on.
- This volcano isn't active, is it?
- It never has been.
Not in my lifetime.
There's been
some terrific heat here recently.
What happened to the helicopter?
It's down there somewhere.
Come on.
Stand by. Mark.
Stand by for ten-second countdown.
Ten, nine, eight...
All units will remain
at instant readiness...
- ... five, four...
...while the spacecraft is in orbit.
... three, two, one.
This is it, gentlemen.
All we can do now is wait and pray.
- Is that deep?
- They usually are, very.
It's metal.
Wait here.
Heliport to takeoff position.
Open crater.
Emergency crews to stations.
Get back to Tanaka. Tell him
to come with every man he's got.
Heliport to standby position.
Astronauts to dressing rooms.
Attention! Attention! American
target vehicle is now in orbit.
Interception will take place
in two hours' time.
Washington, this is Houston.
Houston to Washington.
Our vehicle is now
120 nautical miles altitude...
... 170 miles downrange.
Jupiter to Houston,
we now have second phase.
Roger, Jupiter.
We are now four hours
plus 36 minutes into the mission.
- Can you give us a time, Mac?
- Roger.
Connect ignitor cable.
Radar technicians
report to control room.
T minus 100 minutes and counting.
Did you guys volunteer
for astronaut training?
In our country, we say cosmonaut.
Yes, sir. Both of us, we...
- six months, we've started training.
Good evening.
- Who the hell are you?
- Stand back. I'm gonna blow the lock.
Stand back.
Get into their uniforms.
Astronauts have two minutes.
Repeat. Two minutes.
Reserve astronaut to standby.
- Lock on target.
- Lock on target vehicle.
Check secondary guidance.
Launch time is now
T minus 19 minutes and counting.
Astronauts to launching pad.
Astronauts to launching pad.
Repeat. Astronauts to
launching pad immediately.
Crews stand by on gantry.
- Stop that astronaut. Bring him to me.
- Stop that astronaut.
Reserve astronaut to launching pad.
Immediately. Reserve astronaut
to launching pad immediately.
Re-coordinate with target vehicle.
A new update with target vehicle...
...has been received
from computers.
We now have
T minus seven minutes and counting.
You made a mistake, my friend.
No astronaut would enter the capsule
carrying his air conditioner.
Remove his helmet.
James Bond.
Allow me to introduce myself.
I am Ernst Stavro Blofeld.
They told me you were assassinated
in Hong Kong.
Yes, this is my second life.
You only live twice.
Target vehicle
passing over Central Russia...
...approaching Mongolia.
Track is as predicted.
As you see, I'm about to inaugurate
a little war.
In a matter of hours, when America and
Russia have annihilated each other...
...we shall see a new power
dominating the world.
Target vehicle on scope.
Re-check on target vehicle.
Remove his suit and search him.
Reserve astronaut ready on Bird One.
Prepare for firing.
Prepare for firing.
Clear the area.
Emergency services to standby.
Area now clear.
T minus one minute,
30 seconds and counting.
Re-coordinate with target vehicle.
Bird One now in readiness.
Astronauts ready on Bird.
All systems are go.
- Open fuel valves.
- Close shutters.
Close shutters.
- Radar blackout commence.
- Radar blackout in operation.
Effective range, kilometers, 8-0-0.
- Open crater.
- Opening crater.
Crater opening.
Bird One to lift-off position.
Involve the engines.
Pressurized tanks open.
Ventilate fans to full power.
Ten seconds.
Nine, eight, seven, six...
...five, four, three...
...two, one... Ignition.
- Close crater.
- Closing crater.
Open shutters.
Bird One to Base. Separation
complete. Confirm acquisition.
Calling Bird One.
You are 70 nautical miles downrange.
Confirm target lock-on.
Our job will soon be done.
Blow them up as soon
as they have captured the Americans.
Here is the key... operate the exploder button.
There are men in the crater.
Men in the crater.
- Crater guns fire.
- Crater guns open fire.
The firing power inside my crater
is enough to annihilate a small army.
You can watch it all on TV.
It's the last program
you're likely to see.
Well, if I'm going to be forced
to watch television, may I smoke?
Yes, give him his cigarettes.
It won't be the nicotine
that kills you, Mr. Bond.
Armed guards to control room.
- Close the crater.
- Close crater.
I shall look forward personally
to exterminating you.
Close the shutters.
We are now impregnable.
Interception will occur in 8 minutes.
Nothing can prevent that.
- Come with me, Mr. Bond.
- Bird One to Base.
Locked on target.
Base calling Bird One.
You are to assume full control
of operation from now on.
Seven minutes to interception.
Roger, Base One.
Houston, this is Hawaii. We have
an unidentified object on scope.
Order first alert. Arm all weapons.
Interception will occur
in six minutes.
This is the price of failure, Mr. Bond.
Come on.
Goodbye, Mr. Bond.
There's an exploder button
up in the control room.
- We've got to get up there.
- Impossible! Too well defended!
Evacuate the control.
Control Room technicians.
There must be another way up there.
Give me cover
till I get to the staircase.
Bon appetit.
Closing fast on our vehicle.
Orbit identical.
All units stand by for code word.
Code word is "imminent."
I repeat. Closing fast on our vehicle.
It was blown up! The enemy!
I repeat...
The enemy has blown up.
All units will return to first alert.
Code word is "not,"
I say again "not imminent."
We've done it.
Now, about that honeymoon.
Why not?
But they'll never let you stay.
But they'll never find us.
He's on board, sir.
- Tell him to come below and report.
- It'll be a pleasure, sir.