Diamonds Are Forever (007) – James Bond Ultimate Edition (2 Disc Set)
Sean Connery is lured back to play the suave British agent 007. The writing style of “Diamonds Are Forever” sets the pattern for many of the upcoming Roger Moore episodes.
Large quantities of South African diamonds are being stolen but haven't found their way into the world market. It is James Bond's mission to discover who is stockpiling these diamonds and why. He discovers that Ernst Blofeld has constructed a giant laser generator, suspended in orbit around earth, that uses diamonds to intensify its energy causing nuclear warheads, rockets and submarines to spontaneously self-detonate. Blofeld intends to hold an international auction with nuclear supremacy going to the highest bidder.
Bond pursues his arch enemy to his oil rig base off the Californian coast to prove that diamonds aren't just a girl's best friend.
- Frame-by-Frame Digital Restoration
- Sean Connery 1971 – The BBC Interview
- Lesson #007 – Close Quarter Combat
- Deleted Footage – Oil Rig Attack
- Satellite & Explosion Test Reels
- Alternate & Expanded Angles
- 007 Mission Control – Interactive Guide into the World of Diamonds Are Forever
- Audio Commentary featuring Director Guy Hamilton and Members of the Cast and Crew
- Inside Diamonds Are Forever
- Cubby Broccoli – The Man Behind Bond
- Deleted Scenes
- Original Trailers
- TV Spots
- Photo Gallery
- Radio Communications
- " Diamonds Are Forever might not be the greatest showcase for Connery's talents, but it's still an enjoyable outing in its own right, one that values humor over thrills. " – Jake Tropila
- " How good it was to see the gadgets again, the gymnastic grace of the fantasy-violence, the comedy of the imaginary sex, and that quality of the Bond pictures at their best which I can only call geniality. " – Thomas Berger
- " Has some dramatic merit and is one of the better films in the entire franchise. " – PJ Nabarro