"On Her Majesty's Secret Service" was the last Bond film of the 60s and the only one to feature George Lazenby as James Bond. Lazenby's 1969 portrayal of Bond can be remembered for the modern ensembles he wore throughout the film: Mod inspired turtlenecks, suits, ski jackets, tuxedos, and a Scottish Kilt.
While visiting Blofeld in his clinical research institute located at Piz Gloria (a revolving restaurant) on the heights of the Swiss Alps, James Bond who was wearing a Kilt, encounters 10 stunning women relaxing in a one of a kind living room. After the proper introductions, Bond and the women who were patients at the clinic, had dinner.
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