Licence to Kill1989

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Licence to Kill
Directed by:
John Glen

Starring Timothy Dalton, Carey Lowell, Robert Davi, Talisa Soto, Anthony Zerbe and Frank McRae, "Licence to Kill" (also known as "Bond XVI", "Personal Vendetta", "Agente 007, vendetta privata") is an Action/Adventure/Crime/Thriller film directed by John Glen, and written by Ian Fleming (characters), released in the USA on July 14 of 1989.

His bad side is a dangerous place to be.

Who directed "Licence to Kill":

Licence to Kill was directed by John Glen, an English director.

Before Licence to Kill, John Glen had directed The Living Daylights, released in 1987, A View to a Kill (1985), Octopussy (1983), For Your Eyes Only (1981). Since, he directed Aces: Iron Eagle III, released in 1992, Christopher Columbus: The Discovery (1992), The Point Men (2001).

What was the release date of "Licence to Kill":

Licence to Kill was first released in the United States on Friday, July 14, 1989.. This was thirty (30) years ago.

It has been released on Tuesday, June 13, 1989 in the United Kingdom; Wednesday, August 16, 1989 in France; Thursday, August 10, 1989 in Germany; Thursday, September 07, 1989 in Australia and on Saturday, September 09, 1989 in Japan.

Who is at the casting of "Licence to Kill":

At the casting of Licence to Kill we find Timothy Dalton, previously seen in The Living Daylights (1987) and The Doctor and the Devils (1985); Carey Lowell (Down Twisted (1987), Club Paradise (1986)); Robert Davi (Traxx (1988), Die Hard (1988)) [ more... ]

  • Timothy Dalton, Desmond Llewelyn, Robert Brown and Caroline Bliss also worked together in The Living Daylights, released in 1987.
  • Robert Brown and Desmond Llewelyn can both be seen in Octopussy, released in 1983.
  • Desmond Llewelyn and Robert Brown can also be seen in A View to a Kill, released in 1985.
  • Desmond Llewelyn and Robert Brown can be seen in The Spy Who Loved Me, released in 1977.

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