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James Bond Goldfinger

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A small, square bowed, outboard runabout that is supplied for Bond's use, possibly by Pinder the British Intelligence Station Chief in the Bahamas or Paula Caplain a field assistant, who also lives there.

It is used by Bond and Paula when they first meet Domino Derval while snorkel diving off the Nassau coast, whereupon Bond transfers from the Evinrude with Paula to Domino's boat.

NOTE: Due to a continuity error, this description applies only to the wide exterior shots - while the studio close-ups in front of a rear projection screen show Bond and Leiter in a slightly different, unidentifiable prop boat.

A tiny runabout, apparently carried by Disco Volante as a dinghy. It is used by 3 of Largo's men in an attempt to run Bond down while he conducts an underwater reconnaissance of the yacht by night.

Hitting something, they believe they have killed him, but have actually only clipped his detached scuba tank with the boat's propeller.

A bright orange, spade-shaped, twin prop submersible with an open 2-man cockpit and a pair of side racks for the underwater carriage of two atomic bombs, designed and built specifically for the movie.

Stowed in a hangar bay aboard Disco Volante and used by Largo's scuba crew every time the bombs must be transported to or from the yacht, it also features handholds for the external carriage of several more divers in addition to the 2-man crew , 6 forward-firing spear guns and 2 headlights.

As such, it also serves as a kind of underwater tank in battle, until captured by US Navy divers allied with Bond. It is incorrectly referred to by Largo as a "submarine", though it is clearly a "submersible".

The difference is that the former is a sealed underwater vessel that stays dry with an oxygenated atmosphere inside, while the latter is un underwater vessel that is open to the sea or fills with water, requiring any crew members to wear scuba gear.

Several small, wedge-shaped, 1-man, motorized aqua-sleds with handlebar controls, for the external carriage of scuba divers, designed and built specifically for the movie.

Stowed in a hangar bay aboard Disco Volante and frequently used by Largo's scuba crew during underwater operations, they also feature twin, forward-firing spear guns and headlights for combat.

During the climactic, underwater battle scene, one of these craft is used by Largo and another two commandeered from the enemy on separate occasions are used by Bond.

A specialized, triple-tanked scuba rig, designed and built specifically for the movie, with a small electric motor for self-propulsion.

Featuring a forward-firing mini-torpedo launcher and a headlight, it leaves a trail of yellow dye in the water, which is supposed to be some kind of underwater concealment device similar to a smoke screen to be deployed against pursuers, but is instead deployed all the time by the Director, just for the look of it.

Issued to by Q in Pinder's British Intelligence station and used by Bond during the climactic underwater battle, it is destroyed when he switches to a miniature re-breather and abandons the larger rig in a shipwreck to lure enemy divers close so that he can drop an underwater grenade on them.

A paddle-powered, commando-style assault raft known in military parlance as a "rubber boat" , used by Leiter and Pinder to deploy Bond into the sea by night for his underwater reconnaissance of Disco Volante.

Oddly enough, they do not wait around to pick him up and he must make his own way back by hitchhiking. The cable would then be caught in a special fork on the nose of the rescue plane and the rescue subject would be whisked into the air in the harness to trail beneath and behind the aircraft, where a crew in the belly of the plane would snatch the cable with hooks, attach it to a winch, and reel the subject into the bomb bay.

With Domino clinging tightly to him, Bond uses this system to be plucked from the sea in the final scene of the movie.

A giant, two-masted, gaffe rigged catamaran, incidentally anchored near Disco Volante off Nassau. Her name clearly appears on her bow.

First seen by Bond and Leiter by day, it is used by them and Pinder that night for concealment as the insertion point for Bond's underwater reconnaissance of the enemy yacht and he is chased back under it by SPECTRE boatmen afterwards, to again use it for concealment in his escape.

Within the movie, no owner or reason for this vessel to be present other than coincidence is given. However, owned by Tropic Cruises Ltd, and captained by its designer Syd Hartshorne in real life, Tropic Rover was well known for charter tours around Nassau, had been featured in "Life" magazine, and was the largest catamaran in the world at that time.

Two years later in , she ran aground and sank in Nassau Harbor, with no loss of life. A large, old fashioned, two-masted topsail schooner seen prominently in the background when Bond meets Domino off the Nassau coast.

It seems to be plying back and forth all through the filming day, suggesting that its presence must have been arranged with the real life owner by the film makers rather than by incidental coincidence.

Even discounting the possible incidental appearance of this ship, "Thunderball" easily features the most marine vehicles and watercraft of any James Bond film.

This cold war submarine, operated by RN personnel, appears to be on loan from the Royal Navy to British Intelligence for use by M as a mobile headquarters.

Outfitted with an office for the intelligence chief and a reception room for Moneypenny, it bears the fictional pennant number M-1 probably in reference to the boat's temporary assignment to M.

It appears at the beginning of the movie where Bond is secretly taken on board after his falsified funeral at sea, receives his mission briefing, and is deployed ashore to Japan through a torpedo tube , and again at the end where he and Kissy Suzuki are scooped up in their rescue raft by the surfacing sub.

Though given no name in the movie, it can be seen by her pennant number F65 that this is the real life HMS Tenby crewed by actual RN personnel.

It is the warship on which Bond's false funeral and burial at sea are held in Hong Kong Harbor. A commercial freighter ship used by Osato Chemicals for the secret transport of rocket fuel to Blofeld's volcano base.

First seen in an enemy photograph stolen from Mr. Osato's safe, the motor vessel and its cargo are investigated by Bond and Aki at the Kobe Docks in Japan, whereupon Bond is captured and taken aboard to the quarters of Helga Brandt.

It is seen again in a reconnaissance photo, showing by its water line that the cargo has been offloaded. Ownership of this vessel is unclear, though it seems to be controlled by Mr.

The owner may also be some unidentified shipping company that is complicit in the SPECTRE plan, as a preliminary investigation by Tiger Tanaka reveals that the ship has a Panamanian registry which is common for commercial ships from anywhere, as Panama has lenient maritime regulations.

A quaint, old-fashioned, Japanese shuttle boat of wood and bamboo construction with a chugging engine sound. Disguised as locals among many other passengers, Bond, Kissy Suzuki and Tiger Tinaka travel to the Ama fishing village aboard this vessel.

Small, simple, stern-rowed, wooden boats similar to sampans , used for ama-style pearl diving. Disguised as a husband and wife team in their own such boat, Bond and Kissy Suzuki with he rowing and she diving break away from the rest of the pearling fleet in order to investigate a nearby cave.

The boat is abandoned there when poison gas is detected, prompting the two occupants to dive overboard. Many bright orange, inflatable life rafts are air-dropped to Tanaka's ninja force by military transport plane as they make their swimming escape from Blofeld's volcano base.

Among this force, Bond and Kissy Suzuki get into their own raft, which drifts apart from the others. Just as the couple starts to get romantic, however, their raft is scooped up on the deck of M's submarine, which surfaces directly beneath them in the final scene of the movie.

Though not used for transport by any character, a small wooden rowboat is seen propped upside-down in the local dry storage method on a Portuguese beach in the pre-title action sequence.

During a fight against several attackers, Bond throws one of his opponents beneath this boat and kicks out the prop stake to trap the man under its hull.

Mountbatten Class SR. N4 Hovercraft Ferry Princess Margaret. Hovercraft are difficult vehicles to classify as they fly at an altitude of a few inches on a cushion of air over flat land or water - qualifying them as water, land, or air craft, simultaneously.

The one in this movie is shown traveling down a concrete land ramp and across the English Channel. N4 Saunders Roe.

Nautical 4 , Princess Margaret which, together with her sister craft, Princess Anne , offered ferry service from Dover, England to Boulogne-sur-Mer and Calais, France , operated by Seaspeed from to and thence by Hoverspeed until Her name is visible on her bow, as is the Seaspeed logo.

Driving a commandeered car, Bond takes this ferry from Britain to mainland Europe at the beginning of his mission to Amsterdam.

In real life, the Princess Margaret could accommodate passengers and 30 cars, until modified in to carry more.

The Mountbatten Class is the largest hovercraft of its time and still holds the record for fastest car ferrying trip across the English Channel.

Being vulnerable to high winds, she was blown aground in a accident with the loss of 4 passengers killed. She is now on display at the Hovercraft Museum in Hampshire, England.

A submerged Soviet nuclear-powered ballistic missile submarine that is destroyed while underway by Blofeld's laser satellite.

This is not a full-sized vessel, but is instead a scale model on an aquarium set. Though marked with a red star and clearly intended to represent a Soviet submarine, the model more closely resembles a US Benjamin Franklin Class.

A steam powered, turbo-electric ocean liner on which Bond and Tiffany Case travel back to England from the United States and aboard which Mr.

Wint and Mr. Kid make their final attack on Bond. Though the point of departure for this voyage is not specified in the film, it would presumably be New York, as in the book.

She was also pressed into service as a troop transport for the Falklands War between the United Kingdom and Argentina. A Dutch-style, motorized canal excursion boat with a glass top.

To establish the Amsterdam location, this boat is shown on a sight-seeing cruise of the Amstel River. Its female tour guide is heard to express shock as she passes a crime scene where the body of Mrs.

Whistler is being recovered from the water. The name of this real life vessel can be seen on the bow and its company of ownership is printed on the windshield.

A Dutch-style canal boat that has become part of a crime scene along the Amstel River in Amsterdam , Holland. Though apparently an ordinary civilian vessel rather than a police boat , it has been either commandeered or simply boarded by the Amsterdam police and used as a platform to recover Mrs.

Whistler's body from the water. Its name is visible on the hull. A fictitious, wedge-shaped, one-man mini-sub, designed specifically for the movie.

Here, the long-standing Bond nemesis is presumably killed in this vessel, but his death is left somewhat ambiguous. Probably a non-working prop as it never gets free from its crane hook and is, thus, never shown to operate in the water as a submarine , the bathosub seems to be misnamed, as the word does not apply to any real world type of vehicle.

The closest actual word would be "bathyscaph", which is an entirely different type of underwater vehicle, intended only to go up or down to great depths, with limited lateral movement.

A spherical slightly polygonal watertight flotation device in which a single person can stand or walk on the surface of water.

The walking action turns the sphere much like a hamster wheel , imparting directional motion to it across the water. Normally a leisure device, the one in the movie is specially equipped with a triple parachute in the fashion of a space capsule.

It is apparently issued to Bond for this purpose by British Intelligence or the CIA with whom he is working closely , or perhaps by the billionaire aerospace industrialist, Willard White, who owns all manner of high-tech equipment and with whom Bond is also working closely.

It is moored along a river in the Irish Bayou of Louisiana during the boat chase sequence. By ramming attack with his own commandeered boat, Bond deflects Adam's out-of-control speedboat into the open bow ramp of the LST, causing the enemy boat to crash and explode inside the assault ship presumably killing Adam in the process.

An old, rusty dredging barge, loaded with painting equipment. In his own commandeered boat, Bond hides behind this barge, from which he grabs a bucket of paint thinner to throw into Adam's eyes in order to blind the pursuing henchman and send his speedboat out of control.

Quarrel Jr. A rather unkempt cabin cruiser operated by Bond's field assistant, Quarrel Jr. The same boat later tows Bond into the air on a hang glider to infiltrate the mansion grounds.

It is again seen at the climax of the story as the scuba diving platform from which Felix Leiter drops Bond and Quarrel Jr.

Several similar cabin cruisers in much better maintenance condition are also seen at the tourist trap dock, where other fishing guides who seem far more enterprising than Quarrel Jr.

A small outboard speedboat, stolen by Bond from Dr. It is this boat modified for ramp stability with two hull rails on the underside and the pilot's seat moved to the center-line that makes the record-breaking foot jump over Sheriff Pepper's police car on a causeway road.

When its engine takes a bullet hit, Bond must abandon the GT for another boat. A small hydro-jet powered speedboat. Moored at Deke Rodger's house along the Irish Bayou, Bond transfers to this boat, which he steals after his original GT is disabled by gunfire, then completes the remainder of the boat chase in it.

The CV survives the chase and is presumably returned to Rodgers after Bond relinquishes it at a Louisiana marina, where Felix Leiter is waiting with a police entourage.

A souped-up hydro-jet powered speedboat, stolen from park ranger, Billy-Bob from a Louisiana Parks and Wildlife station by Kananga henchman Adam, who uses it to pursue Bond in the boat chase sequence.

Among the many craft involved in the chase, it is the last one destroyed, when Bond blinds Adam with paint thinner, sending it out of control.

By ramming attack with his own commandeered boat, Bond deflects Adam's out-of-control speedboat into the open bow ramp of an LST, causing the enemy boat to crash and explode inside the assault ship presumably killing Adam in the process.

A small outboard speedboat, which is one of many that pursue Bond in the boat chase through the Irish Bayou of Louisiana. While trying to follow Bond's stolen boat through a record-breaking jump over a causeway road, this boat is destroyed when it falls short and spears through Sheriff J.

Pepper 's car. A small hydro-jet powered speedboat, which is one of many that pursue Bond in the boat chase through the Irish Bayou of Louisiana.

While trying to follow Bond's boat across a lawn between bends of a river, this boat plows overland through an outdoor wedding ceremony.

It crashes through the wedding cake table, before ending up stuck in a cabana tent. A small outboard speedboat, which is one of the many that pursue Bond in the boat chase through the Irish Bayou of Louisiana.

While trying to follow Bond's boat across a lawn between bends of a river, this boat ends up in the swimming pool of Deke Rodger's elegant estate.

Two of these small outboard speedboats pursue Bond in the boat chase through the Irish Bayou of Louisiana. One is disabled after crashing into a tree, the other is simply outrun by Bond along with Kananga henchman, Adam, who remains in the chase.

Two of these small craft play an active part of the police blockade at Miller's Bridge along the Irish Bayou of Louisiana, during the boat chase sequence.

One is plowed through by Bond in his commandeered speedboat and the other is plowed through by Adam in his stolen speedboat.

Many other small boats are present at the blockade as incidental craft, but no others are directly involved in the action. The Man With the Golden Gun.

A wrecked and partially sunken ocean liner in Hong Kong Harbor, which is being used as a secret base with a refurbished interior by British Intelligence.

As identified in the film dialogue, this is the real-life RMS Queen Elizabeth , the largest passenger ship in the world at that time.

After that, she ran a route from New York to the Caribbean , before being sold to the Hong Kong-based Orient Overseas Line for conversion to a university cruise ship that was to be called Seawise University.

While being refitted for that purpose in , however, the ship caught fire, partially capsized, and sank in Hong Kong Harbor, where she appears in the film.

Eventually, she was declared a shipping hazard and partially scrapped where she lay. What remains still lies buried on the harbor floor.

The cause of the fire remains unknown. A traditional, 3 masted, Chinese junk, modified with motorized propulsion and a modern luxury interior, to serve as Francisco Scaramanga's personal yacht.

It is seen off the coast of Hong Kong , Bangkok , and Scaramanga's private island, where it is used for transport, as a reconnaissance platform to observe Bond's hotel, a safe storage vault for the solex agitator, and for bedroom trysts between the villain and his mistress.

In the end, it is commandeered by Bond and Mary Goodnight for their escape from Scaramanga's island, where it is the scene of a final fight between Bond and Nick Nack.

Though given no name in the movie, this vessel is the real life June Hong Chain Lee, a Malaysian Junk, built in and originally used as a merchant cargo vessel, but now owned by The Junk Worldwide Dive and Sail of Phuket, Thailand , for charter scuba diving excursions.

It is the only operational junk of its vintage type left in the world. A medium-sized hydrofoil ferry configured for passenger service.

Its name is clearly visible along the side of the superstructure. A smallish maybe 23 foot cabin cruiser type police patrol boat with flashing blue lights and the designation "No.

As it turns out, no escape was necessary as Hip turns out to be an ally who was transporting Bond to the ocean liner hulk all along.

Several identical teakwood, canopied, open tour boats with a 20 to 30 passenger seating capacity presumably all belonging to the same tour company can be seen operating along the klongs of the floating market in Bangkok, Thailand.

Though mostly incidental, three of these vessels play a direct role in the boat chase action, with one pulling out of a slip to cut off the chase boat, one containing a little street urchin boy who jumps off and swims to Bond's boat and one containing Sheriff J.

Pepper and his wife May Bell as the passing chase boats splash water on them. A long, canoe-like, six-man, longtail motorboat being a type of Thai motorboat powered by an outboard car engine on a stern tiller mount, turning a screw at the end of a long boom axle.

Moored on a Klong in front of Hai Fat's Kung Fu School, six kung-fu students jump into this boat and give chase after Bond, upon his escape from the school in another longtail.

A ramming attack from Bond's boat cuts it in half and dumps the students into the drink. A short, one-man, longtail motorboat being a type of Thai motorboat powered by an outboard car engine on a stern tiller mount, turning a screw at the end of a long boom axle.

Moored on a Klong in front of Hai Fat's Kung Fu School, Bond steals this boat to escape from the school, whereupon he is taken under pursuit by six kung-fu students in another longtail.

After foiling his pursuers by ramming their boat and cutting it in half, Bond makes good his leisurely escape and presumably abandons his stolen craft, intact, when finished with it.

Due to the torque of their big car engines, these boats are easy to turn in one direction, but hard to turn in the opposite direction when they often over-steer.

Because of this issue, Roger Moore managed to capsize his longtail and dump himself into the filthy Klong water during filming.

A small, simple, open, wood boat, propelled by oars. This little craft, rowed by an unidentified character, drops the mob assassin, Rodney, off at Scaramanga's island in the pre-title action sequence.

A simple, wedge-shaped, flat bottomed, wood boat, common to Southeast Asia and powered by paddle or punting pole. At the end of the boat chase scene, Sheriff J.

Pepper looks on from a dock as a tourist. Just as he recognizes Bond, he is knocked by a baby elephant into the Klong between two of these sampan boats - one of which is occupied by a Thai woman, who giggles at the Sheriff's undignified predicament.

Several similar craft are seen as incidental props all along the Klongs. Though more of a building built on a stationary barge than a true watercraft, the floating Casino de Macau casino is featured in the background when Bond arrives at Lazar's gun shop in Macau.

Later, he enters the presumably same casino while following the trail of a bullet shipment which is passed from Lazar to Andrea at the gaming tables.

At some point, its name was changed to Macau Palace Casino, and the building was rebuilt or renovated to a different appearance.

This new version has been towed to the inner harbor of Macau, where it has been out of business for some time. Though no owner of this establishment is mentioned in the film, all Macau casinos at that time were owned by a monopoly called Sociedade de Turismo e Diversoes de Macau.

A modified Lotus Esprit S1 sportscar that converts into a mini-submarine. During transformation, the wheels retract and the wheel wells are covered over by fairings, fins sprout from the fairings and the dashboard instruments change to a nautical instrument panel all activated by a lever on the floor.

It features tubes behind the rear license plate that spray liquid cement on land and squid-like ink in water activated by a dashboard switch , an anti-aircraft mini-missile launcher in the rear window activated by a stickshift button with a targeting monitor on the center console , a mini-torpedo launcher in the hood activated by a steering wheel button , a mine dispenser in the bottom activated by a dashboard switch and a periscope in the roof which displays its image on a viewscreen near the rear-view mirror.

In real life, there were 6 versions of the Lotus used in filming most of which were normal cars, one of which was modified for the transformation scene, one of which was watertight to emerge from the sea on a cable tow and one of which was a submersible only.

There was also a scale model version for use on a miniature aquarium set in conjunction with a scale model of Stromberg's underwater laboratory.

The submersible or wet-sub was not watertight or pressurized, but filled with water and was operated by two scuba divers — requiring heavily louvered windows to hide the scuba-suited occupants.

It featured four fins, two rudders and four electric motors that could only run forward. Though never mentioned in film dialogue, the submersible version was nicknamed "Wet Nellie" by the film crew after the "Little Nellie" gyroplane in " You Only Live Twice ".

In , this buyer sold it at auction for , pounds to Elon Musk. A gigantic oil supertanker said to be the largest in the western world , which is actually a secret mobile submarine base.

It features an advanced underwater tracking system for tracking submarines , a magnetic field generator for disabling submarines , clam shell bow doors for capturing or launching submarines , and an internal submarine bay capable of accommodating 3 submarines.

It also features armories, missile storage facilities, a mission control room, 3 detention brigs, and a monorail transport system.

All this is in addition to the normal ship features such as bridge, crew quarters and engine rooms , which it presumably has, as well. Owned by Karl Stromberg and operated by an armed crew of hundreds, under the command of an unnamed Captain, this ship serves as the operational base for the villain's plot, and is the primary scene of the movie climax.

The plot involves capturing nuclear submarines, imprisoning their crews, and using their nuclear missiles to provoke WWIII between the US and USSR, in order to destroy the corrupt surface civilization of Earth, so that a new Utopian civilization can be built under the sea.

In the end, it is overtaken in battle by the captive allied submarine crews freed by Bond and is eventually sunk with all hands, due to damage sustained in this battle.

A monorail car of the Liparus' internal transportation system that, when launched out of a hatch in the side of the supertanker, discards its car shell exterior and transforms into a motorboat.

A Liparus guard pilots Karl Stromberg with Anya Amisova as a prisoner from the supertanker at sea to the Atlantis laboratory. It is seen both as a full-sized prop and as a model on a miniature set.

A fictional ballistic missile submarine of the nuclear powered Resolution Class. In the movie, HMS Ranger , captained by Commander Talbot, is seen in the opening action sequence, where she is lost under mysterious circumstances.

As such, the rest of the plot revolves around Agent 's search for this missing submarine together with Soviet Agent XXX's search for a missing Russian sub.

She appears again as a captive submarine, rechristened Stromberg 2 though external shots seem to show her as Stromberg 1 aboard the supertanker Liparus , where she is re-crewed with Stromberg sailors and deployed at sea to launch a nuclear missile at Moscow in the film's climax.

This is part of a plan intended to provoke WWIII between the United States and The Soviet Union, in order to wipe out all surface civilization, so that a Utopian civilization beneath the sea can be built anew by the super-villain, Karl Stromberg.

She is destroyed by nuclear warhead, when Bond tricks the Captains of Stromberg 1 and Stromberg 2 to target each other with their missile fire.

A fictional ballistic missile submarine of the nuclear powered Yankee Class, bearing the name of a famous Russian battleship that experienced a mutiny in The 34 real-life members of the Yankee Class served as the Soviet Navy's main nuclear deterrent force from to They carry 16 SLBM missiles and 4 torpedo tubes.

In the movie dialogue, Potempkin is described as being lost under mysterious circumstances. As such, the rest of the plot revolves around Soviet Agent XXX's search for this missing submarine together with 's search for a missing British sub.

It appears again as a captive submarine, rechristened Stromberg 1 though external shots seem to show it as Stromberg 2 aboard the supertanker Liparus , where it is re-crewed with Stromberg sailors and deployed at sea to launch a nuclear missile at Washington DC in the film's climax.

It is destroyed by nuclear warhead, when Bond tricks the Captains of Stromberg 1 and Stromberg 2 to target each other with their missile fire.

Originally classified as patrol submarines and later as attack submarines, these two nearly identical types served concurrently from to , throughout most of the cold war.

At least one Oberon Class boat also served in the Falklands war. They were also used by Australia, Canada, Brazil and Chile. One of these submarines with crewmen assembled on her deck can be conspicuously seen in the background, pacing Bond and the Defense Minister as they walk along the pier at Faslane Naval Base in Scotland.

Another similar vessel is visible moored to the pier. A Royal Navy warship that serves as M's base of operations at sea.

It captured the escape pod with Bond and Amasova aboard at the climax of the film. Gondola -hovercraft [47]. Used by Bond to locate Hugo Drax 's Amazon river source for the deadly nerve gas.

Used to retrieve Mayday on the Seine after the assassination of Achille Aubergine. La Fayette -class frigate.

Elliot Carver's stealth ship and one of his lairs. It was destroyed by HMS Bedford. The Royal Navy warship that Mr. Stamper sunk in order to goad China and the United Kingdom into warfare, on behalf of Carver.

No survivors from the sinking. The Royal Navy warship seen in the pre-titles sequence, responsible for destroying a terrorist arms market on the Russian border, on the orders of Rear Admiral Benson.

Weapons systems: At least 2 torpedoes and grenade launcher. Used as an integral part of the villains' scheme to cripple the global oil market.

By inserting weapons-grade plutonium into the reactor, the submarine would effectively become a floating nuclear bomb, which would then be detonated in the middle of the Bosphorus.

Luxurious black yacht with grey superstructure built in for a certain millionaire, later acquired by Mr Big who uses it for smuggling gold coins from Jamaica to the USA.

Bond destroys it with the limpet mine killing everyone aboard including Mr Big in the novel's climax. Liner that takes Bond and Tiffany across the Atlantic.

Described as a glittering 50 ton Chris Craft, it is used by the Gonzales and his men to sail from Jamaica to Cuba after murdering Havelocks.

Judging by the weight spec mentioned in the story it is probably the Constellation model. Its battle with the Kristatos's ship is the novel climax.

The Hildebrand Rarity. Luxurious white yacht owned by a rude American millionaire Krest who uses it for his voyages around a world as well as for his hunt of rare fish specimens for his foundation.

Built by Bronson Shipbuilding Corporation and designed by Rosenblatts. As Bond remarks after seeing it: "It was a real ship, built to cruise the world and not just Florida Keys.

British India Steam Navigation Company. The ship that took Bond to Seychelles and the one he was waiting for to return him to Mombasa at the beginning of the story.

Built by Cantieri Navali Rodriquez from Messina. The yacht's hull has a hidden hatch like Olterra which is used to smuggle atomic bombs on board.

Underwater chariot. A prototype nuclear intercontinental ballistic missile used for an attempt of destruction of London. Mercury-Redstone Launch Vehicle and lunar Mercury capsule.

Likely operated by an unknown NASA astronaut the eventual manning of the mission is not discussed for a lunar orbit spaceflight.

No's goal is to sabotage the launch, causing the mission's failure and eventually the death of the astronaut, assuming there was one. It is probably inspired by the Augmented Target Docking Adapter , nicknamed "the angry alligator".

Also captured by Bird One , is a fictional Soviet spacecraft. Its launch sequence is really the launch of a Project Mercury mission.

Another Gemini capsule, used in a mission during an attempt of capture by the Bird One. Used after a large diamond smuggling, the satellite is built with diamonds and it can project a powerful laser on nuclear submarines, nuclear missiles silos.

Moonraker 1 , Moonraker 2 , Moonraker 3 , Moonraker 4 , Moonraker 6. Space Shuttle orbiter -like spacecraft originally built by Drax Industries for the World's space agencies, but used to transport Drax's "perfect" humans to his personal space station.

One orbiter is stolen from an SCA -like Boeing while en route to the United Kingdom , destroying the airplane, to replace another one which had problems, leading MI6 to investigate.

Drax's own laser-equipped spacecraft. In order to fit over the diving suit, Bond replaced the bracelet of the Submariner with a nylon strap.

The character must have been relying on what he had at hand on the submarine that delivered him because he selected a too-narrow 16 mm strap in the colors of his Royal Marines regiment: Alternating navy blue and olive stripes separated by a thin burgundy line.

This is all perfectly appropriate for the character but devilishly difficult for modern enthusiasts looking to re-create the same look!

For one thing, it took the advent of remastered HD movies for the correct colors to be visible.

Another issue is the structure of the strap. But that design had not even been invented in ! Instead, Bond wore an RAF strap, which is much simpler in construction, being a ribbon of nylon webbing with a buckle and sewn keeper loop on one end.

Then there are the details. The Goldfinger strap has a thumbnail-shaped buckle rather than the common square or round shapes found on NATO straps today.

And it is entirely sewn using thread, since the welding used on NATO straps was also not yet invented at the time. They also managed to source a proper Bond strap and dive watch from Corvus.

But there was and remains a second source of Bond watch straps: A UK eBay seller now lists what looks like an exact duplicate of the Corvus and Bond straps.

I took the plunge and ordered one, and I am very satisfied. It seems very well-made, without the amateurish touches I might have expected from a film prop replica.

As the troops attack Goldfinger's men, he locks the vault. He removes his coat to reveal a U. Army colonel's uniform and escapes. Bond, Oddjob, and Kisch are trapped inside the vault.

Kisch attempts to disarm the bomb, but Oddjob, loyal to Goldfinger, throws him to his death. Bond frees himself, but the physically stronger Oddjob batters him before he can stop the bomb.

Bond electrocutes Oddjob to death, then forces open the cabinet containing the bomb but he is unable to disarm the complex mechanism.

After killing Goldfinger's men, U. An atomic specialist rushes in, and, with seven seconds left on the countdown clock, simply turns off the device.

Bond is being flown to the White House for lunch with the president. En route with Pussy, Goldfinger hijacks the plane.

In a struggle for Goldfinger's revolver, the gun fires, shooting out a window, creating an explosive decompression.

Goldfinger is blown out through the ruptured window. With the plane out of control, Bond and Pussy parachute safely from the aircraft before it crashes into the ocean.

A search helicopter passes over the pair, who have landed in a wood, presumably close to the sea. Bond declares, "this is no time to be rescued", and draws the parachute over himself and Galore.

Broccoli and Harry Saltzman turned to Goldfinger as the third Bond film. No and From Russia with Love combined, and was the first Bond film classified as a box-office blockbuster.

Terence Young , who directed the previous two films, chose to film The Amorous Adventures of Moll Flanders instead, after a pay dispute [2] that saw him denied a percentage of the film's profits.

Hamilton, who had turned down directing Dr. No , [24] felt that he needed to make Bond less of a "superman" by making the villains seem more powerful.

Richard Maibaum, who co-wrote the previous films, returned to adapt the seventh James Bond novel. Maibaum fixed the novel's heavily criticised plot hole , where Goldfinger actually attempts to empty Fort Knox.

In the film, Bond notes it would take twelve days for Goldfinger to steal the gold, before the villain reveals he actually intends to irradiate it with the then topical concept of a Red Chinese atomic bomb.

No , suggested the scene where Oddjob puts his car into a car crusher to dispose of Mr. Solo's body. Principal photography on Goldfinger commenced on 20 January in Miami, Florida , at the Fontainebleau Hotel ; the crew was small, consisting only of Hamilton, Broccoli, Adam, and cinematographer Ted Moore.

Sean Connery never travelled to Florida to film Goldfinger because he was filming Marnie [4] elsewhere in the United States. Miami also served as location to the scenes involving Leiter's pursuit of Oddjob.

After five days in the US, [34] production moved to England. The primary location was Pinewood Studios, home to, among other sets, a recreation of the Fontainebleau, the South American city of the pre-title sequence and both Goldfinger's estate and factory.

The end of the chase, when Bond's Aston Martin crashes into a wall because of the mirror, as well as the chase immediately preceding it, were filmed on the road at the rear of Pinewood Studios Sound Stages A and E and the Prop Store.

The road is now called Goldfinger Avenue. Principal photography then moved to Switzerland , with the car chase being filmed at the small curved roads near Realp , the exterior of the Pilatus Aircraft factory in Stans serving as Goldfinger's factory, and Tilly Masterson's attempt to snipe Goldfinger being shot in the Furka Pass.

Wilson as assistant director, went for last-minute shoots in Kentucky. Extra people were hired for post-production issues such as dubbing so the film could be finished in time.

Broccoli earned permission to film in the Fort Knox area with the help of his friend, Lt. Colonel Charles Russhon. Hamilton recalled this was "hopeless", so they flew at about feet, and "the military went absolutely ape".

For security reasons, filming and photography were not allowed near or inside the United States Bullion Depository. All sets for the interiors of the building were designed and built from scratch at Pinewood Studios.

It was quite frightening — they had machine guns on the roof. I was also allowed to drive around the perimeter but if you got out of the car there was a loudspeaker warning you to keep away.

There was not a chance of going in it, and I was delighted because I knew from going to the Bank of England vaults that gold isn't stacked very high and it's all underwhelming.

It gave me the chance to show the biggest gold repository in the world as I imagined it, with gold going up to heaven. I came up with this cathedral-type design.

I had a big job to persuade Cubby and the director Guy Hamilton at first. Saltzman disliked the design's resemblance to a prison, but Hamilton liked it enough that it was built.

Another element which was original was the atomic device, for which Hamilton requested the special effects crew get inventive instead of realistic.

In the script, the car was armed only with a smoke screen , but every crew member began suggesting gadgets to install in it: Hamilton conceived the revolving licence plate because he had been getting many parking tickets, while his stepson suggested the ejector seat which he saw on television.

The first take, in which the car drives through the fake wall, [44] can be seen in the trailer. It was reused for Thunderball.

Lasers did not exist in when the book was written, nor did high-power industrial lasers at the time the film was made, making them a novelty.

In the novel, Goldfinger uses a circular saw to try to kill Bond, but the filmmakers changed it to a laser to make the film feel fresher. Ken Adam was advised on the laser's design by two Harvard scientists who helped design the water reactor in Dr No.

For close-ups where the flame cuts through metal, technician Bert Luxford heated the metal with a blowtorch from underneath the table to which Bond was strapped.

The opening credit sequence was designed by graphic artist Robert Brownjohn , featuring clips of all James Bond films thus far projected on Margaret Nolan 's body.

Its design was inspired by seeing light projecting on people's bodies as they got up and left a cinema. Visually, the film uses many golden motifs, reflecting the novel's treatment of Goldfinger's obsession with the metal.

All of Goldfinger's female henchwomen in the film except his private jet's co-pilot black hair and stewardess who is Korean are red-blonde, or blonde, including Pussy Galore and her Flying Circus crew both the characters Tilly Masterson and Pussy specifically have black hair in the novel.

Jill Masterson is famously killed by being painted with gold, which according to Bond causes her to die of "skin suffocation".

An entirely fictional cause of death, but the iconic scene caused much of the public to accept it as a medical fact. Goldfinger's factory henchmen in the film wear yellow sashes, Pussy Galore twice wears a metallic gold vest, and Pussy's pilots all wear yellow sunburst insignia on their uniforms.

Goldfinger's Jetstar hostess, Mei-Lei, wears a golden bodice and gold-accented sarong. The model jet used for wide shots of Goldfinger's Lockheed JetStar was painted differently on the right side to be used as the presidential plane that crashes at the film's end.

The Continental had its engine removed before being placed in a car crusher , and the destroyed car had to be partially cut so that the bed of the Ford Falcon Ranchero in which it was deposited could support the weight.

Since the release date for the film had been pre-determined and filming had finished close to that date, John Barry scored some sequences to rough, non-final versions of the sequences.

The film's score is described as "brassy and raunchy" with "a sassy sexiness to it". Goldfinger began the tradition of Bond theme songs introduced over the opening title sequence , the style of the song from the pop genre and using popular artists.

Shirley Bassey established the opening title tradition giving her distinguished style to " Goldfinger ", and would sing the theme songs for two future Bond films, Diamonds are Forever and Moonraker.

The track features a young Jimmy Page , who was doing many sessions at the time. The lyrics were described in one contemporary newspaper as "puerile", [57] but what remained undisturbed was the Shirley Bassey interpretation world impact.

Like the score, the arrangement makes heavy use of brass, meeting well Miss Bassey's signature belting , and incorporates the Bond theme from Dr.

Newley recorded the early versions, which were even considered for inclusion in the film. The soundtrack album topped the Billboard chart, [58] and reached 14th place in the UK Albums Chart.

Goldfinger premiered at the Odeon Leicester Square in London on 17 September , with general release in the United Kingdom the following day.

Leicester Square was packed with sightseers and fans and police were unable to control the crowd. A set of glass doors to the cinema was accidentally broken and the premiere was shown ten minutes late because of the confusion.

The film's marketing campaign began as soon as filming started in Florida, with Eon allowing photographers to enter the set to take pictures of Shirley Eaton painted in gold.

Robert Brownjohn, who designed the opening credits, was responsible for the posters for the advertising campaign, which also used actress Margaret Nolan.

Goldfinger was generally a critical success. It is fast, it is most entertainingly preposterous and it is exciting.

The reviewer from The Times said "All the devices are infinitely sophisticated, and so is the film: the tradition of self-mockery continues, though at times it over-reaches itself", also saying that "It is the mixture as before, only more so: it is superb hokum.

Bernard Lee and Mr. Harold Sakata: Mr. Gert Fröbe is astonishingly well cast in the difficult part of Goldfinger. Penelope Gilliatt , writing in The Observer , said that the film had "a spoofing callousness" and that it was "absurd, funny and vile".

Philip Oakes of The Sunday Telegraph said that the film was "dazzling in its technical ingenuity", [74] while Time said that "this picture is a thriller exuberantly travestied.

There's lots of humor, gimmicks, excitement, an amusing yet tense golf contest between Bond and Goldfinger, thrilling fights to the death between Bond and Oddjob and Bond and Goldfinger, and a fascinating central crime Most enjoyable, but too bad Eaton's part isn't longer and that Fröbe's Goldfinger, a heavy but nimble intellectual in the Sydney Greenstreet tradition, never appeared in another Bond film.

The website's consensus reads, " Goldfinger is where James Bond as we know him comes into focus — it features one of 's most famous lines 'A martini.

Shaken, not stirred' and a wide range of gadgets that would become the series' trademark". The film distributor Park Circus re-released Goldfinger in the UK on 27 July at multiplex cinemas, on digital prints.

While investigating a gold magnate's smuggling, James Bond uncovers a plot to contaminate the Fort Knox gold reserve. Director: Guy Hamilton. Writers: Richard Maibaum screenplay by , Paul Dehn screenplay by.

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Favorite Sean Connery Film Title drop! Won 1 Oscar. Edit Cast Cast overview, first billed only: Sean Connery James Bond Gert Fröbe Goldfinger as Gert Frobe Honor Blackman Pussy Galore Shirley Eaton Jill Masterson Tania Mallet Tilly Masterson Harold Sakata Solo Cec Linder Felix Leiter Austin Willis Simmons Lois Maxwell Moneypenny Bill Nagy Midnight Michael Mellinger Kisch Peter Cranwell Johnny Nadja Regin Taglines: is paid to take risks.

Edit Did You Know? But there was and remains a second source of Bond watch straps: A UK eBay seller now lists what looks like an exact duplicate of the Corvus and Bond straps.

I took the plunge and ordered one, and I am very satisfied. It seems very well-made, without the amateurish touches I might have expected from a film prop replica.

Although James Bond used an ill-fitting 16 mm strap in a very long size to fit over his wet suit, I ordered a normal-length 18 mm strap.

I felt this would look best with my watch collection, which alas does not include a Submariner. My only complaint is that the strap is a bit on the short side for my 7.

It fits fine, but the end just barely peeks out of the keeper. If you have an enthusiasm for James Bond or dive watches, this is a must-buy.

And if you happen to have a Big Crown Submariner to attach to it, rest assured it will look absolutely perfect! Email address:. Stephen Foskett is a technologist , organizer , and watch nerd.

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