From Russia With Love
Since English is Art's second language it is not unexpected that he says things like Ernest Stavro Blofeld when he actually means Ernst Stavro Blofeld or From Russia Ta Love actually means From Russia With Love
Crushed cars are indeed drained of all fluids prior to being crushed in a car crushing machine.
For Your Eyes Only
Ralph Fienne's first name is pronounced Ray-ph....not Ralph
A rupee is a form of currency, a rubee is not
The Living Daylights
Felix Leiter [John Terry] filmography since we couldn't remember at the time
SMERSH: Fleming's version of SMERSH supposedly was modeled upon the real SMERSH organisation, which existed 1943-1946 (the real name is a portmanteau of two Russian words: "SMERt' SHpionam" [СМЕРть Шпионам, Směrť Špionam] meaning "Death to Spies")
Licence to Kill
That was indeed Bond's first time playing blackjack in the film franchise
Albert R. "Cubby" Broccoli was an American not British....Scott is terribly embarrassed by this mistake
Jackie Kennedy passed away in 1994
When I wrote the first one in 1953, I wanted Bond to be an extremely dull, uninteresting man to whom things happened; I wanted him to be a blunt instrument ... when I was casting around for a name for my protagonist I thought by God, [James Bond] is the dullest name I ever heard.
Tomorrow Never Dies
The original title was Tomorrow Never Lies....not Tomorrow Never Ends. A typo from Lies to Dies is how the film reached its final name.
Die Another Day
Pierce Brosnan was in Robinson Crusoe in 1997 which was 5 years prior to Die Another Day
Oddjob #3: Sir Sean Connery & George Lazenby
Sir Sean Connery's first name is indeed Thomas