Oh, I think I know which one you're talking about. And if it's not the one, it sure fits the description of what you just described.
That pic of Dalton on the flyer was from a one day post production shoot for a trailer which, sadly, never was used as intended.
Mr. Binder shot a trailer sequence in the GSE (General Screen Enterprises) small Uxbridge studio, (about 10 min drive from Pinewood). The trailer was dark and moody - very noir'ish like the flyer image.
If I recall correctly, Bond, shot in deep shadow, is seen angrily stripping off his tie and jacket, then pulling on his shoulder holster, loading his gun and then turning to camera, his expression intense and mean.
However, in the end , all they used was the gun loading part of the trailer and cut it in between action clips from the film for a US trailer.
It's a shame they did not stick to their guns - but on LTK there was a lot of good intentions and good ideas, but they all got watered down. In truth, I believe MGM was not confident enough in Dalton to truly back him up with a darker campaign. And that failure hurt the US box-office.
iBond - That's the image i was referring to! Many thanks for posting!
ColSun - that trailer sounds fascinating. Never heard of this before. Have you personally seen it or only read about it? Is it available online anywhere?
Together with the Dalton "Speak Lark" ad, this sounds like a hidden Dalton Bond gem.