The Man with the Golden Gun is a 1974 spy film and the ninth official installment of the James Bond film series. It is the second of the series to star Roger Moore as James Bond as well as the first to feature Maud Adams in his first of three appearances in the series, here playing the secondary Bond girl Andrea Anders. Britt Ekland appears as Bond's leading lady, Mary Goodnight, while Christopher Lee appears as the film's villain, Francisco Scaramanga with Hervé Villechaize as his sidekick Nick Nack. Bernard Lee and Lois Maxwell return to the series for the ninth time, while Desmond Llewellyn makes his seventh appearance.
Roger Moore as James Bond, British MI6 agent 007.
Britt Ekland as Mary Goodnight, Bond's assistant.
Maud Adams as Andrea Anders, Scaramanga's kept mistress.
Christopher Lee as Francisco Scaramanga, the world's greatest assassin and the titular "man with the golden gun."
Hervé Villechaize as Nick Nack, Scaramanga's diminutive assistant.
Richard Loo as Hai Fat, a Thai industrialist who hires Scaramanga to retrieve the Solex Agitator.
Sonny Caldinez as Kra, the maintenance engineer on Scaramanga's island.
Soon-Tek Ok as Lieutenant Hip, Bond's local contact in Hong Kong.
Clifton James as Sheriff J.W. Pepper, a Louisiana sheriff on holiday in Thailand.
Gordon Everett as Gibson, an energy scientist who designed the Solex.
Marne Maitland as Lazar, a gun and bullet manufacturer in Macau.
Yao Li Chen as Chula, a student at Hai Fat's dojo.
Carmen Du Sautoy as Saida, a Beirut belly-dancer.
Marc Lawrence as Rodney, a gangster who is killed by Scaramanga.
Francoise Therry as Chew Mee, a girl at Hai Fat's estate.
Bernard Lee as M, the head of MI6 and Bond's superior.
Desmond Llewellyn as Q, the Mi6 quartermaster.
Michael Goodliffe as Bill Tanner, MI6 Chief of Staff.
James Cossins as Colthorpe, an MI6 ballistics expert.
Lois Maxwell as Miss Moneypenny, M's secretary.