On Her Majesty's Secret Service

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On Her Majesty's Secret Service
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Movie poster
Country UKD.jpg United Kingdom
Directed by Peter R. Hunt
Release Date 1969
Language English
Distributor United Artists
Main Cast
Character Actor
James Bond George Lazenby
Blofeld Telly Savalas
Tracy Diana Rigg
Q. Desmond Llewelyn
M. Bernard Lee
Miss Moneypenny Lois Maxwell


On Her Majesty's Secret Service is the 6th installment in the official James Bond film series. The 1969 sequel marked the only appearance of George Lazenby as James Bond, who rescues a woman from drowning and discovers that she is a link to a European crime syndicate that may be able to help him locate his nemesis, Ernst Stavro Blofeld. The film was directed by Peter Hunt (who had been the film editor of first four Bond films) and the cast featured Diana Rigg and Telly Savalas in addition to Bond regulars Desmond Llewelyn, Bernard Lee and Lois Maxwell.


The following weapons were used in the film On Her Majesty's Secret Service:

Contents


Handguns

Walther PPK

James Bond (George Lazenby) carries his usual Walther PPK. One thug that captures Bond has a PPK as well. Tracy (Diana Rigg), takes Bond's PPK out of his holster and points it at him, but Bond disarms her of it by squeezing her wrist.

Walther PPK .380 ACP
James Bond (George Lazenby) fires his Walther PPK at Blofeld.
Tracy points Bond's PPK at him when he enters the hotel room.
Tracy (Diana Rigg) holds the PPK before Bond disarm her.
Kleff (Bill Morgan) points Bond's own PPK at him.
Kleff holds the PPK.
Bond fires his PPK at Blofeld during the bobsled chase.
The PPK is shot out of Bond's hand. Note how in this picture the safety catch of Bond's PPK is on even though he fired a few shots at Blofeld before he loses it. Also notice the unlikely trajectory of Blofeld's ricochet - skipping up off of the front of the bobsled and then cutting across the top of Bond's hand, despite totally avoiding his thumb which is in the way.

Browning Hi-Power

Ernst Stavro Blofeld (Telly Savalas) fires a Browning Hi-Power at Bond during the bobsled chase.

Browning Hi Power 9x19mm
Ernst Stavro Blofeld (Telly Savalas) pulls his Browning Hi-Power during the bobsled chase.
Blofeld fires his Hi-Power.

SIG P210

The thug at the beginning of the film pulls a SIG P210 on Bond. Some of Blofeld's men on Piz Gloria also carry P210s.

SIG P210 - 9x19mm
A hitman puts his pistol to Bond's head.
The hitman prepares to shoot Bond.
Another P210 in a holster.
A henchman searches the cowbell shack for Bond with his P210 drawn.
Felsen (Leslie Crawford) fires a SIG during the car chase.
Braun (George Lane Cooper) fires a P210 from the passenger seat of the Mercedes.
"Guns make me nervous!" Bond disarms Braun.

Colt Official Police

Marc-Ange Draco (Gabriele Ferzetti) and some of his men carry what appear to be the Colt Official Police during the mountain raid.

Colt Police Positive - .38 Special.
One of his Draco's men holds the revolver.
On the right, Draco (Gabriele Ferzetti) holds the revolver.

Rifles

SIG SG 510

The SPECTRE guards at Piz Gloria use SIG SG 510 battle rifles. During the Ski chase sequences, as the close-ups of the henchmen were shot in front of a rear-projection screen, they are mock-ups.

SIG SG 510-1 Battle Rifle 7.5mm Swiss
Two guards with their SIGs at Piz Gloria.
One of Blofeld's men takes aim with his SIG SG 510.
A SG 510-wielding henchman walks Bond's contact up to Piz Gloria.
A henchman fires his SIG SG 510. During the ski chase scenes, the weapons do not appear to be firing blanks, but using some kind of faked muzzle flare effects. Also note the absence of the "beer-keg" charging handle, and that the rear front and rear sights look like they're molded onto the gun.
Two skier jump with their rifles during a ski chase.
A skier advances towards Bond while holding his rifle.
One of Blofeld's men (George Leech) skies with his SIG.
One of Blofeld's men fires a SIG SG 510 at Bond while on skis.
Another SPECTRE operative (Bernhard Russi) holds his rifle while he loses control.
A guard drops his SIG when gunned down.

Special

George Lazenby plays with a SIG SG 510 while on the set in Switzerland.

M16A1

Irma Bunt (Ilse Steppat) uses what appears to be an M16A1 at the end of the film during a drive-by.

M16A1
Irma draws her rifle.
Irma with the rifle. As with the earlier ski sequences, the weapon appears to use some kind of faked muzzle flash effect in this scene, rather than real blanks. Judging by the position of Steppat's right hand, she is also not holding the rifle by the pistol grip but around the stock, which would make pulling the trigger impossible.

Armalite AR7

At the film's beginning, Bond reaches into his glove compartment, which contains what appears to be a wooden rifle stock, a suppressor, and a scope. It has been surmised that the rifle seen here is an AR-7 similar to the one seen in From Russia with Love.

Armalite AR-7 survival rifle (.22 LR).
At the film's beginning, Bond reaches into his glove compartment, which contains what appears to be a rifle stock, a suppressor, and a scope.

Submachine Guns

Sterling SMG

Bond (George Lazenby) and Marc Ange Draco's men use the Sterling L2A3 during the raid on Piz Gloria in the finale.

Sterling Submachine Gun 9x19mm
Bond's Sterling is silhouetted as they fly towards Piz Gloria.
One of Draco's men fires his Sterling from the helicopter.
Another man fires from the helicopter.
Bond chases Blofeld with his Sterling SMG.

Unidentified Submachine Gun

Irma Bunt (Ilse Steppat) uses a silenced SMG when shooting at the telephone box from the rear window of the black Mercedes.

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Others

Flamethrower

Che Che (Irvin Allen) uses a flamethrower during the Piz Gloria raid.

Che Che uses his flamethrower.

See Also

EON Productions Sean Connery Dr. No (1962)  •  From Russia with Love (1963)  •  Goldfinger (1964)  •  Thunderball (1965)  •  You Only Live Twice (1967)  •  Diamonds Are Forever (1971)
George Lazenby On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969)
Roger Moore Live and Let Die (1973)  •  The Man with the Golden Gun (1974)  •  The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)  •  Moonraker (1979)  •  For Your Eyes Only (1981)  •  Octopussy (1983)  •  A View to a Kill (1985)
Timothy Dalton The Living Daylights (1987)  •  Licence to Kill (1989)
Pierce Brosnan GoldenEye (1995)  •  Tomorrow Never Dies (1997)  •  The World Is Not Enough (1999)  •  Die Another Day (2002)
Daniel Craig Casino Royale (2006)  •  Quantum of Solace (2008)  •  Skyfall (2012)  •  Spectre (2015)
Non-EON films Barry Nelson Casino Royale (1954)
David Niven Casino Royale (1967)
Sean Connery Never Say Never Again (1983)
GoldenEye 007 (1997)  •  The World Is Not Enough (2000)  •  NightFire (2002)  •
Quantum of Solace (2008)  •  GoldenEye 007 (2010)  •  Blood Stone (2010)  •  007: Legends (2012)



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