- The Living Daylights (disambiguation)
The Living Daylights refers to the phrase "to
scareor beatthe living daylights out of someone", ie. frighten or injure them to an extreme extent.
It may refer to the following
James Bond-related articles:
The Living Daylights", the James Bond film released in 1987 starring Timothy Dalton.
*"The Living Daylights", a short story by
Ian Flemingpublished in 1962 and which formed part of the basis for the above film.
Octopussy and The Living Daylights", a 1966 short story collection written by Ian Fleming and published posthumously in 1966, in which the short story "The Living Daylights" was published in book form for the first time.
*"The Living Daylights", the theme song by
a-hafor the film of the same name; from their 1988 album " Stay on These Roads"
The Living Daylights (computer game), a 1987computer game by Domarkbased on the movie.
Other uses include:
Living Daylights, a musical trio from Seattle
*"Living Daylights", a song by
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