Sean Connery returns in the 1971 Bond entry Diamonds Are Forever. Starting in South Africa and ending in Mexico, Bond follows the diamonds through Holland, Las Vegas, Lana Wood and Jill St. John. (I'm going to guess that the last two were more fun than the first two.) Sometimes overlooked because of Goldfinger and Dr. No, Diamonds still holds up as classic Connery before the franchise was turned over to Roger Moore.
A frustrated housewife (Lana Wood) embarks upon a series of passionate nightly encounters with a tall and darkly mysterious stranger...who, of course, turns out to be SATAN. Thus begins her descent into dementia, as she begins to distance herself even further from her husband and kids, while painting portraits of her enigmatic new lover. There is a fully functinal guillotine in the cellar (you mean you don't have one in your cellar?), and it's only a mater of time before heads begin to roll. Assailed by a horde of devil worshippers, she finds herself plunging towards a horrifying climax.
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Montana, 1848. Grayeagle, a handsome young Cheyenne brave, has just kidnapped Beth (Lana Wood), the beautiful daughter of a wealthy trapper, Colter, setting in motion a fierce manhunt. This movie is notable for Lana's morning bath along the riverside, a scene that has to be seen to be appreciated.