Trivia: Sir Sean Connery was barely on speaking terms with producer Jack Schwartzman throughout the production. Connery was unenthusiastic about the lack of professionalism behind the scenes and director Irvin Kershner agreed with Connery, saying that Schwartzman did not have the experience of a film producer.
Trivia: When Bond punches the bouncer outside Largo's casino you can see a sign saying CASINO ROYALE, this was the first 007 novel Fleming ever wrote.
Trivia: Largo's boat in this film is called the 'Flying Saucer'. In Thunderball (which this film is basically a remake of) the boat is called the 'Disco Volante' which is Italian for flying saucer.
Trivia: Kevin McClory, who co-wrote and co-produced "Thunderball" (of which NSNA is a remake) won the right to produce NSNA following a contentious legal battle with Ian Fleming's estate. Because the film was produced outside the auspices of Fleming, Albert Broccoli, and MGM/UA, it is not considered part of the "official" Bond series.
Trivia: The RSPCA had a dispute about one scene in the film regarding a stunt involving a horse jumping off a cliff. This film and several others indirectly persuaded the creation of the disclaimer that animals were not mistreated during production.
Trivia: The first James Bond film without a title originally written by Ian Fleming.