You Only Live Twice
Sean Connery (James Bond)
Akiko Wakabayashi (Aki)
Mie Hama (Kissy Suzuki)
Tetsurô Tanba (Tiger Tanaka)
Teru Shimada (Mr. Osato)
Karin Dor (Helga Brandt)
When a mysterious spaceship captures an American shuttle in orbit, the United States places the blame on Soviet Russia - only for the same mysterious craft to later abduct a Russian ship. The British assign James Bond to the case, and his investigations lead him to Japan where he discovers the evil international organization SPECTRE, backed by the Chinese, is to blame, and finally encounters SPECTRE's chief mastermind, Blofeld.
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James Bond films
This Osato Chemicals helicopter flies Mr. Osato and Helga Brandt to meet Bond (posing as "Mr. Fisher"). Later, Osato uses it to reach Blofeld's volcano lair. False registration OS-7241. Actual aircraft was G-ASXE of British Executive Air Services Ltd, now N2052Y.
When Bond and Aki are chased by several of Osato's henchmen in a car, Tiger Tanaka dispatches this helicopter, carrying a huge magnet. It picks up the henchmen's car and drops them into a river. Registration JA9503.
Helga Brandt attempts to kill Bond by restraining him aboard this Osato Chemicals private plane after sabotaging the controls, then parachuting out, however Bond gets free and crashlands the plane. Registration OS-7429.
Nicknamed "Little Nellie" by Q, this small autogyro is used by Bond to search for SPECTRE's hidden base. It is involved in an aerial battle against four Kawasaki-Bell SPECTRE helicopters. Registration G-ARZB.
These helicopters are used as patrol aircraft by SPECTRE. Four of them attack Bond in "Little Nellie" when he is close to discovering the volcano lair, but are destroyed. A fifth later shoots at Kissy Suzuki.
Tiger Tanaka's helicopter. Flies Bond to Tanaka's ninja training school.
Seen on TVs in US command centre.
Also in the US monitors.
Fictional spacecraft operated by SPECTRE. The nose opens up to 'swallow' other spacecraft.
Deploying life rafts at the end.
US spacecraft captured by SPECTRE.
Model for a spacecraft representing the USSR. No real representation.
Depicting a Soviet launch vehicle, this is actually an American one.
Depicted as the American launch vehicle.