The commentary track on Criterion's 1991 laserdisc for Dr. No so angered producer Albert Broccoli that he had it recalled from sale and reissued, without the offending track. The same went for the commentaries on From Russia With Love and Goldfinger that were released in the months following Dr. No.
- Word has it that what set Cubby Broccoli off was a passing reference to Ian Fleming having been an alcoholic.
- You'll hear in this one about how Sean Connery met a foreign dignitary wearing absolutely nothing from the waist down, as detailed in Criterion Collected #4.
- The 007 Dossier first liberated these tracks from out-of-print obscurity back in 2011.
- The HMSS Weblog goes into great detail and context, though it spoils some of the best bits in all three tracks, like the word that is broadly considered a slur director Guy Hamilton used to describe Pussy Galore.