The Man With The Golden Gun
(United Artists, 1974)
A weak, though topical, plot was made up for nicely by an excellent villain in Christopher Lee, two of the best-looking Bond girls, martial arts gone wild, the return of Sheriff J.W. Pepper, and the cherry on top, Tattoo as the sawn-off villainous sidekick. It's also one of the few outings where the bad guy gets better gadgets than Bond, from his gun to his lair to his laser to his flying car.