Title : The Living Daylights
Genre : Action, Adventure, Thriller
Cast : Timothy Dalton (James Bond), Maryam d'Abo (Kara Milovy), Jeroen Krabbé (General Georgi Koskov), Joe Don Baker (Brad Whitaker), John Rhys-Davies (General Leonid Pushkin), Art Malik (Kamran Shah), Andreas Wisniewski (Necros), Thomas Wheatley (Saunders), Desmond Llewelyn (Q), Robert Brown (M), Geoffrey Keen (Minister of Defence), Walter Gotell (General Anatol Gogol), Caroline Bliss (Miss Moneypenny), John Terry (Felix Leiter), Virginia Hey (Rubavitch), John Bowe (Col. Feyador), Julie T. Wallace (Rosika Miklos), Belle Avery (Linda (as Kell Tyler)), Catherine Rabett (Liz), Dulice Liecier (Ava), Nadim Sawalha (Chief of Security, Tangier), Alan Talbot (Koskov's KGB Minder), Carl Rigg (Imposter), Tony Cyrus (Chief of Snow Leopard Brotherhood), Michael Moor (Kamran's Man), Sumar Khan (Kamran's Man), Ken Sharrock (Jailer), Peter Porteous (Gasworks Supervisor), Antony Carrick (Male Secretary, Blayden), Frederick Warder (004), Glyn Baker (002), Scott Hoxby (Sergeant Stagg (as Derek Hoxby)), Bill Weston (Butler, Blayden), Richard Cubison (Trade Centre Toastmaster), Heinz Winter (Concierge, Vienna Hotel), Leslie French (Lavatory Attendant), Mayte Sánchez (Girl (as Mayte Sanchez)), Barbara Broccoli (Opera Patron (uncredited)), Robert Miranda (Pushkin's Hitman (uncredited)), Tina Simmons (Agent (uncredited)), Paul Weston (Gibraltar Soldier #3 (uncredited)), Michael G. Wilson (Opera Patron (uncredited)), Hanno Pöschl (Prater Ferris Wheel Operator (uncredited))
Movie Plot : James Bond helps a Russian General escape into the west. He soon finds out that the KGB wants to kill him for helping the General. A little while later the General is kidnapped from the Secret Service leading 007 to be suspicious.