The original cinema release was cut to receive an "A"
rating. The 1987 video release is mastered from this copy,
but all other releases are uncut.
Television versions differ in a few places. Russian dialogue
is translated in subtitles on some video prints of the film,
but not on some TV prints. Krilencu hitting the ground after
being shot in the back and Tatiana walking to Bond's bed,
naked, are cut from most TV versions. A 1990 Canadian television
broadcast of the film cut the gypsy girl fight altogether.
ABC in the USA during the 1970's cut the pre-credits sequence.
Compared to the cinema prints of the 1970's and the first
video issues, the end titles on present video and DVD prints
are now longer and slightly different in content. The 2001
DVD release corrects the misspelling of Martine Beswick's
name in the credits.
Bond: "Red wine with fish. Well, that should have told me
The noise in the SPECTRE training camp doesn't start until Rosa
Klebb gets there.