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You Only Live Twice
You Only Live Twice is the fifth entry in the official James Bond film franchise. The 1967 sequel finds Agent 007 (Sean Connery) faking his own death and traveling undercover to Japan to investigate the disappearance of Soviet and US space capsules.
The following guns were used in the film You Only Live Twice:
WARNING! THIS PAGE CONTAINS SPOILERS!
James Bond (Sean Connery) carries a Walther PPK as his standard sidearm once again. Mr. Osato (Teru Shimada) later proudly identifies the weapon to Blofeld as a "Walther PPK", leading Blofeld to deduce Bond's true identity as he was apparently the only person SPECTRE was aware of that carried a PPK.
Webley Mk IV
Ernst Stavro Blofeld (Donald Pleasence) is seen holding a Webley Mk IV, which Hans (Ronald Rich), one of his henchmen, had handed him in the volcano lair. Blofeld is seen dropping the pistol when Tiger throws a star into his arm. Bond (Sean Connery) picks it up and uses it during the assault on the volcano lair. Kissy (Mie Hama) also briefly uses one to kill one of Blofeld's guards that takes away Tiger's gun. The British policemen (Brian Wilde and Anthony Ainley) in Hong Kong who check Bond's "murder" also carry Webleys.
Colt New Service
In a continuity goof, Blofeld's Webley turns into a different revolver when dropped to the ground. This appears to be a Colt New Service revolver, chambered in either .455 Webley or .45LC, judging by the straight-cut barrel and by the familiar "COLT" engraved grips. The Colt revolver also appears to be used by Osato's guards during a shootout with Bond.
Colt Detective Special
James Bond (Sean Connery), while in disguise as a Japanese fisherman, uses an early Colt Detective Special to kill an assassin. Tanaka also appears to hold the revolver as he enters Bond's room.
Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless
When Bond (Sean Connery) fires at Osato's dockworkers in Kobe, his PPK is switched to what appears to be a Colt Model 1903 Pocket Hammerless due to a continuity error.
Mauser C96 "Broomhandle"
When Bond visits the Osato headquarters for the first time, he observes a remote-operated pistol mounted in the ceiling. The pistol seen here appears to be a Mauser C96 mounted upside down.
MBA Gyrojet Pistol
Tiger Tanaka (Tetsuro Tamba) and several of his ninja commandos fire MBA Gyrojet pistols while training in the indoor range. Tanaka says that these pistols fire "rocket-propelled" rounds.
Two Osato security guards are seen with what appears to be a small-caliber revolver fitted with a supressor. Though fitted with a supressor the gun sound are not supressed. (A supressor would not work on a regular revolver in any case).
A Sterling L2A3 is used by Chinese hitmen during Bond's "murder" in Hong Kong during the pre-credits sequence. They are also used by Tiger's Ninjas and SPECTRE guards during the final battle.
At least one ninja is seen carrying a Sten Mk.III.
An assassin trying to kill Bond in Tokyo carries a Thompson M1928A1 with a 30-round magazine. Upon closer inspection, the Thompson appears to be a mockup that emits simulated muzzle flashes. One is also carried by one of Osato's henchmen on the Kobe docks, dropped when Bond shoots him with the Colt 1903. Thompsons also appear to be carried by some of Tanaka's ninjas during the assault on the volcano.
Some of Tiger's ninjas carry the Star Z45 SMG during the assault in the volcano crater. (These scenes were filmed in Spain, explaining the Star's presence. Once the action shifts to the volcano interior, these SMGs are not seen again.)
Sten Mk II
Several of the SPECTRE guards in Blofeld's volcano lair fire Sten Mk IIs fitted with Mk V front sights at Tiger's ninjas.
Some of the SPECTRE guards in the volcano use MP40s. Tiger Tanaka (Tetsuro Tamba) picks one up and fires it after Bond kills the guard using it.
A ninja is briefly seen in the crater-scene with what appears to be a French MAT-49. (These scenes were filmed in Spain, explaining the SMG's presence. Once the action shifts to the volcano interior, these SMGs are not seen again.)
A Sturmgewehr 44 can be seen in the Ninja training facility.
Rifles & Carbines
Lee-Enfield No. 4
A Royal Navy honor guard uses the Lee-Enfield No. 4 Mk. I during Bond's Hong Kong "funeral".
MBA Gyrojet Rifle
Several MBA Gyrojet rifles are in the Japanese intelligence armory in Tiger's indoor range.
MBA Gyrojet Carbine
Tiger Tanaka (Tetsuro Tamba) leads his ninja commandos to Blofeld's lair with MBA Gyrojet carbines. Several are also seen in Tanaka's indoor range.
Several of Tiger's ninjas and some of the SPECTRE guards fire M1 Carbines during the infiltration.
Lee-Enfield No. 5 Jungle Carbine
One of Blofeld's guards uses a Lee-Enfield No. 5 Jungle Carbine rifle in a shootout with Bond when he tries to get into the launch control room.
Browning M2 Aircraft
What appear to be Browning M2 Aircraft machine guns are mounted in defensive positions outside Blofeld's volcano in order to keep away invaders. Blofeld orders these to be fired when Tiger's men infiltrate it. All of Blofeld's Bell 47-G helicopters also appear to be armed with these guns. Upon closer inspection, these machine guns appear to be mockups that emit simulated muzzle flashes
Along with the Browning M2 machine guns, there is also a mortar inside the crater.
While with Tanaka in Japan, Bond (Sean Connery) requests "Little Nellie" from Q (Desmond Llewelyn). "Little Nellie" is a mini-autogyro with twin machine guns, rocket launchers, and a host of other defensive gadgets. Bond uses her to great effect, destroying four helicopters of assassins sent after him. "Little Nellie" was based on the real life "Wallis WA-116 Agile" autogyro; A fully flyable aircraft, (though not armed), a design by the British former Royal Air Force Wing Commander Ken Wallis.