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can still depend on one man" until it reads as the number "007" (leaving two Os and a 7 from the M). Pierce Brosnan, as Bond, then walks towards-camera and addresses the audience ("You were expecting someone else?"). It was used in the release of the video game ''Agent Under Fire (James Bond 007: Agent Under Fire)'' in a commercial asking, "Do you have what it takes to be Bond?", and showing people trying to repeat the shot, but spoiling the try. This is similar to the Japanese commercial for the release of ''GoldenEye 007 (GoldenEye 007 (1997 video game))'' for the Nintendo 64 — the game uses the gun barrel sequence in the opening titles. ''Casino Royale'''s trailer also depicts the gun barrel sequence. Also, a Wal-Mart exclusive commercial for ''The World Is Not Enough (The World Is Not Enough (video game))'' parodied the gun-barrel by replacing Bond with a man who resembled Valentin Zukovsky (List of James Bond allies in GoldenEye#Valentin Dmitrovich Zukovsky); he was shot at with a machine-gun before diving off-screen. thumb Tenroku Hankyū Building is the former Tenjinbashi terminal of Hankyu. (File:Tenroku Hankyu Building.jpg) zh:日本 Commons:Category:Japan Wikipedia:Japan Dmoz:Regional Asia Japan


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