Licence To Kill (1989) - (Movie Clip) It's Just A Manta Ray
Krest (Anthony Zerbe), creepy ally of the drug-lord villain Sanchez, is looking to exploit his girlfriend Lupe (Talisa Soto) when Bond (Timothy Dalton), on a revenge mission having forsaken his MI6 duties, deploys an underwater trick, in Licence To Kill, 1989.
Licence To Kill (1989) -- (Movie Clip) A Farewell To Arms
Working with Sharkey (Frank McRae), Bond (Timothy Dalton) is pretty much gone rogue in Key West over attacks on American friend Felix Leiter, so hes intercepted by DEA man Hawkins (Grand L. Bush) and delivered to the Hemingway house where M (Robert Brown) waits to crack the whip, in Licence To Kill, 1989.
Licence To Kill (1989) -- (Movie Clip) 555 Love
Now in Isthmus (meant to be Panama, though shooting in Casino Español de Mexico, Mexico City) Bond (Timothy Dalton) and CIA Pam (Carey Lowell) make sure theyre seen by owner, drug-lord and villain Sanchez (Robert Davi, Anthony Starke his minion on the phone) and we meet singer Wayne Newton as televangelist Professor Joe Butcher, in on the scam, in Licence To Kill, 1989.
Licence To Kill (1989) -- (Movie Clip) Open, Let's Go Fishing
Joining the action opening in the Florida keys, Bond (Timothy Dalton), suited for the interrupted wedding of his CIA pal Felix (David Hedison), first meets the jettisoned faithless girlfriend (Talisa Soto) of fleeing drug kingpin Sanchez (Robert Davi), then rejoins the chase, in Licence To Kill, 1989, Grand L. Bush and Olympic hero Rafer Johnson in the DEA outfits, Priscilla Barnes the bride, Tina Turner with the theme song.
Ben Mankiewicz Intro -- Licence To Kill (1989)
Ben Mankiewicz introduces Licence To Kill, 1989.
Licence To Kill (1989) -- (Movie Clip) You Carrying?
Chasing the remnants of his almost-murdered CIA pal Felix Leiters operation, brings now-rogue James Bond (Timothy Dalton) to Bimini to meet Pam Bouvier (Carey Lowell), who was barely introduced earlier, threatened together by Benicio Del Toro (as Dario), representing the drug lord Sanchez, in Licence To Kill, 1989.