British Secret Agent 007 is on the trail of some diamonds. M (Bernard Lee) has sent Bond to Amsterdam on the heels of a smuggling ring that is moving a lot of diamonds. Bond meets up with part of the delivery ring and her name is Tiffany Case (Jill St. John). Bond and Tiffany Case travel to Las Vegas with the diamonds stuck nicely away in a casket.
Once in the States Bond is able to contact Felix Leiter (Norman Burton) for any help he may need. As Bond gets closer to the diamonds he sees that everything is not the way it should be. For instance, Bond feels that a Willard Whyte (Jimmy Dean) is involved in all this diamond conspiracy but in reality it is no other than his friend Blofeld (Charles Gray).
You see Blofeld has taken over Whyte's company and has kidnapped him . Bond finds Whyte and then goes after Blofeld.
This movie is typical Bond and it is good but it could have been better. Director Guy Hamilton does a nice job with the cast and script but this Bond has something that is missing. Sean Connery was just not himself with this performance. He would leave playing Bond for some 12 years, he would say that he was done with Bond after this movie. Don't worry Never say Never.