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EON Productions movies
1.  Dr No 1962
2.  From Russia With Love
1963
3.  Goldfinger 1964
4.  Thunderball 1965
5.  You Only Live Twice 1967

6.  On Her Majesty`s Secret Service 1969
7.  Diamonds Are Forever 1971
8.  Live And Let Die 1973
9. 
The Man With The Golden Gun 1974
10.The Spy Who Loved Me 1977
11.Moonraker 1979
12.For Your Eyes Only 1981
13.Octopussy 1983  
14.A View To A Kill 1985  
15.The Living Daylights
1987
16.Licence To Kill 1989
17.
Goldeneye 1995
18.Tomorrow Never Dies1997
19.The World Is Not Enough 1999
20.Die Another Day 2002
21.Casino Royale 2006
22.Quantum Of Solace 2008
23.
Skyfall 2012
24.
James Bond  24
25. James Bond  25

Not included in 
Bondserie or
EON Productions

Casino Royale 1954
Casino Royale 1967
Never Say Never Again 1983

Producer
Albert "Cubby"Broccoli
Harry Saltzman
Barbara Broccoli
Michael G,Wilson

Writers to all Bond books

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Ian Fleming  
Amis Kingsley
Raymond Benson 
John Gardner
Charlie Higson
Sebastian Faulks
Jeffery Deaver
Neal Purvis screenwriter
Robert Wade
screenwriter
Bondbooks

James Bond actors
Barry Nelson
Sean Connery

George Lazenby
Roger Moore
Timothy Dalton
Pierce Brosnan
Daniel Craig

James Bond Composers
Monty Norman 1
John Barry 11
George Martin 1
Marvin Hamlisch 1
Bill Conti 1
Michael Kamen 1
Eric Serra 1
David Arnold 
5
James Bond Music
22 Best Bondsoundtrack

Allias MI6
Moneypenny Maxwell/Bliss/Bond
Q  Llewelyn/Cleese
M Lee/Brown/Dench
CIA Felix Leiter
Q = Desmond Llewelyn has 
appeared in 17 Bond films 
MI6
CIA 

Bondgirls
Honey Ryder Ursula Andress
Britt Ekland
Izabella Scorupco
Maud Adams 
Kristina Wayborn
Mary Stavin 
Halle Berry JINX
Vesper Lynd  Eva Green
Bond Villians
Jaws (Rickard Kiel)
Venz (Dolph Lundgren)


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Pinewood Studios 

Sir WinstonChurchill. Prime Minister twice  (1940-45 and 1951-55) 
Out of office and politically "in the wilderness" during the 1930s, Churchill took the lead in warning about Nazi Germany and in campaigning for rearmament. On the outbreak of the Second World War, he was again appointed First Lord of the Admiralty. Following the resignation of Neville Chamberlain on 10 May 1940, Churchill became Prime Minister. His steadfast refusal to consider defeat, surrender, or a compromise peace helped inspire British resistance, especially during the difficult early days of the War when Britain stood alone in its active opposition to Hitler. Churchill was particularly noted for his speeches and radio broadcasts, which helped inspire the British people. He led Britain as Prime Minister until victory over Nazi Germany had been secured.
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Sir WinstonChurchill. Prime Minister twice  (1940-45 and 1951-55) 
Out of office and politically "in the wilderness" during the 1930s, Churchill took the lead in warning about Nazi Germany and in campaigning for rearmament. On the outbreak of the Second World War, he was again appointed First Lord of the Admiralty. Following the resignation of Neville Chamberlain on 10 May 1940, Churchill became Prime Minister. His steadfast refusal to consider defeat, surrender, or a compromise peace helped inspire British resistance, especially during the difficult early days of the War when Britain stood alone in its active opposition to Hitler. Churchill was particularly noted for his speeches and radio broadcasts, which helped inspire the British people. He led Britain as Prime Minister until victory over Nazi Germany had been secured.
Ian Flemings boss M

Date of Release
World Premiere 29th June 1987, the 
Odeon Leicester Square, London.

Running Time
130 minutes

James Bond
Timothy Dalton

Plot
Soviet General Georgi Koskov fakes his 
defection to the West in order he is able to continue his capitalist pursuits and have the British Secret Service eliminate his colleagues who are close to exposing his corruption.

Bond’s Women
Kara Milovy (Maryam d’Abo)
Linda (Kell Tyler)

Bond’s Enemies
General Georgi Koskov (Jeroen
Krabbe)
Brad Whitaker (Joe Don Baker)
Necros (Andreas Wisniewski)
Impostor [Gibraltar assassin] (Carl Rigg)

Bond’s Allies
Saunders (Thomas Wheatley)
Felix Leiter (John Terry)
CIA Agent Liz (Catherine Rabbett)
CIA Agent Ava (Dulice Liecier)
Rosika Miklos (Julie T. Wallace)
General Leonid Pushkin (John Rhys-Davies)
Rubavitch (Virginia Hey)
Kamran Shah (Art Malik)
General Anatol Gogol (Walter Gotell)
Agent oo4 (Frederick Warder)
Agent oo2 (Glyn Baker)
Frederick Gray (Geoffrey Keen)
‘M’ (Robert Brown)
Miss Moneypenny (Caroline Bliss)
‘Q’ (Desmond Llewelyn)

Bond's Car
Aston Martin V8 Volante (convertible)
Aston Martin V8 Vantage (hardtop)

Bond’s Gadget
Philips Keyring Finder

Main Title Music
‘The Living Daylights’ performed by
a-ha

End Title Music
‘If There Was A Man’ performed by The
Pretenders

Music Score
John Barry

Production Design
Peter Lamont

Main Titles Designer
Maurice Binder

Screenplay
Richard Maibaum & Michael G. Wilson

Editors
John Grover & Peter Davies

Director of Photography
Alec Mills

Director
John Glen

Producers
Albert R. Broccoli & Michael G. Wilson

Worldwide Box Office
$191.2 million

Worldwide Box Office Gross Income 2002 
inflation-adjusted
$304 million

 

 

Mission
James Bond must prevent renegade KGB General Koskov and his ally, arms dealer Brad Whitaker, from enriching themselves through a complicated sheme to cause all-out war between Soviet and British intelligence agencies.

Armed with razor-sharp instincts and a license to kill, James Bond battles diabolical arms merchants in this thrilling, lightning-paced adventure. Timothy Dalton brings energy, humor, and ruthless cunning to his performance as Agent 007.

After Bond helps Russian officer Georgi Koskov (Jeroen Krabbé) make a daring defection to the West, the intelligence community is shocked when Koskov is abducted from his remote hiding place. Bond leaps into action, following a trail that leads to the gorgeous Kara (Maryam d'Abo), who plays Bond as easily as she plays her Stradivari Cello (Lady Rose). As they unravel a complex weapons scheme with global implications, they are forced into hair-raising chases, a riveting jailbreak, and an epic battle in the Afghanistan desert with tanks, airplanes, and a legion of freedom fighters on horseback.

Featuring high-tech gadgetry including Bond's sleek Aston-Martin automobile (outfitted with high-powered lasers and a rocket engine), it's a slam-bang action extravaganza with unbelievable stunts, ingenious plot twists, and sensuous encounters of overwhelming passion.

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The Living Daylights (1987) Gadgets & Weapons 

Whitaker's Assault Rifle: When Bond confronts Whitaker, the agent is armed with his trust Walther PPK. Whitaker, on the other hand, has this rifle which includes a bullet-proof face shield and can take up to eighty rapid-repeat rounds of ammunition. Bond gets the upper hand though... (see "Philips Keyring Finder")

Explosive Milk Bottles: When Necros infiltrates the safehouse, he does so as a milkman. It is fitting, therefore, that is means of terror should be through these explosive milk bottles. He simply throws then around the house to distract the attentions of the security officers while he deals with Koskov.

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Philips Keyring Finder:
So long as the enemy is within a range of five foot, 007 can disarm them by whistling "Rule Britannia". The result is that the keyring emits stun gas which will keep the opponent at bay for thirty seconds or so. It's second feature is that it also houses some high explosive. This is seen at the end when Bond is fighting Whitaker - he attaches it to a statue then wolf whistles. The statue falls on Whitaker, knocking him out cold. Finally, the keyring contains skeleton keys which, 'Q' claims, can open 90% of the world's locks.

Walther Sniper's Rifle: In the sequence subsequent to the titles, Bond sets up the scene for the "defection". He uses this weapon to seek and eliminate any KGB snipers who could be on guard against the coup. The gun houses an infrared scope through which Bond identifies the sniper to be the novice Kara - he then misses on purpose as a result. The gun can use either soft-tipped or (007's preference) the steel-tipped bullets.
Walther Sniper's Rifle:
In the sequence subsequent to the titles, Bond sets up the scene for the "defection". He uses this weapon to seek and eliminate any KGB snipers who could be on guard against the coup. The gun houses an infrared scope through which Bond identifies the sniper to be the novice Kara - he then misses on purpose as a result. The gun can use either soft-tipped or (007's preference) the steel-tipped bullets.

General Pushkin's WatchGeneral Pushkin's Watch: During a tense scene in a Tangier hotel room, where Bond is trying to get information out of Pushkin, the General starts a silent distress signal by pressing one of his watch buttons. This is to alert his bodyguard that he is in trouble. Bond catches Pushkin in the act and manages to distract the incoming bodyguard by presenting him with Pushkin's topless wife. He capitulates easily leaving Bond in full control of the situation...

Conclusion: Back from the brink, somewhat, after the disappointment of this section in A View To A Kill. The explosive milk bottles are brilliant and the keys/keyring supplied by 'Q' are also very good. We are introduced to a series of weapons, like Bond's and Whittaker's rifles, which is in keeping with the arms dealing plot, but their use is not superfluous - the scene involving Bond's sniper's rifle is very involving.

James Bond (Timothy Dalton) Kara Milovy (Maryam d’Abo)
James Bond (Timothy Dalton) Kara Milovy (Maryam d’Abo)


Kara Milovy (Maryam d’Abo)

General Leonid Pushkin (John Rhys-Davies), Brad Whitaker (Joe Don Baker)
General Leonid Pushkin (John Rhys-Davies), Brad Whitaker (Joe Don Baker)

Kamran Shah (Art Malik)
Kamran Shah (Art Malik)


Kara Milovy (Maryam d’Abo)


Molto Allegro From Symphony #40 In G Minor K550 (The Living Daylights/Mozart)
Cara stradivarius lady rose.
Volksoper opera house
Vienna

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Kara`s  stradivarius Lady Rose. Kara Milovy 
(Maryam d’Abo) 

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[Characters]

Conductor

Played by: John Barry

Description: John Barry, the man behind most Bond musical scores, makes a brief cameo appearance as the conductor of Kara's concert at the end of the movie at the Volksoper house in Vienna.

James Bond (Timothy Dalton) Kara Milovy (Maryam d’Abo)
James Bond (Timothy Dalton) Kara Milovy (Maryam d’Abo)
Norwegian pop group formed in 1985 comprised of: Morten Harket, lead singer and song writer; Magne Furuholmen (("Mags"), keyboards, piano, vocals and song writer, and Paul Waaktaar-Savoy
A-ha singing the soundtrack The Living Daylights
Morten Harket, the lead singer of pop group A-Ha (who performed the title song), was offered a small role as a bad guy in the movie. He turned down the offer due to extensive touring in Japan.
Norwegian pop group formed in 1985 comprised of: Morten Harket, lead singer and song writer; Magne Furuholmen (("Mags"), keyboards, piano, vocals and song writer, and Paul Waaktaar-Savoy

Crew

  • Writing Credits: Ian Fleming
  • Producer: Albert R. Broccoli
  • Producer: Michael G. Wilson
  • Director: John Glen
  • Composer: John Barry
  • Title Song: A-Ha

Cast

  • James Bond: Timothy Dalton
  • Moneypenny: Caroline Bliss
  • M: Robert Brown
  • Q: Desmond Llewelyn
  • Bond Girl (Kara Milovy): Maryam D'Abo
  • Villain (Brad Whitaker): Joe Don Baker
  • Henchman (Necros): Andres Wisniewski

The Facts

  • Rated: PG
  • Official Year: 1987
  • Number in Series: 15th
  • PDF File: tld.pdf
  • Running Time: 125 minutes
  • Budget: $33 million
  • UK Premiere: June 29, 1987
  • US Premiere: July 31, 1987

 

  • First appearance of Timothy Dalton as James Bond
  • First appearance of Caroline Bliss as Ms. Moneypenny
  • First appearance of Joe Don Baker (would later play Jack Wade in GoldenEye)
  • First time General Gogol is not for or against Bond (he merely appears as a casual observer) First and only time Bond escapes on a musical instrument case (cello)
  • First time Bond is in a training mission
  • First appearance of the Mujahadin (Afghanistan resistance)
  • First time 007 flies a C-130 transport
  • First time a Soviet officer is involved in drug trafficking
  • First time 007 poses as a organ donor
  • First time 007 goes to Vienna, Austria
  • First time a gas pipeline was used for defection purposes
  • First terrorist attack (at a safe house)
  • First time a Double-O agent is crushed to death with sliding doors
  • First time that Gibraltar was used as a site for a training mission
  • First time 007 is trapped in a Soviet-occupied country (Afghanistan)
  • First fully topless woman on screen in a Bond movie
  • First time Bond drives an Audi 200 avant turbo

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Ghetto Blaster Ghetto Blaster 

 

                                      
 
James Bond (Timothy Dalton)

Kara Milovy (Maryam d’Abo)
      Kara Milovy (Maryam d’Abo)

Trivia

  • Timothy Dalton had originally been considered for the role of James Bond as a replacement for Sean Connery, but had ruled himself out as being too young.
  • Both Sam Neill and Pierce Brosnan were screen-tested for the role of James Bond in The Living Daylights. Brosnan was successfully signed for the role, but his contract to the television programme Remington Steele forced him to withdraw; he would wait seven years for his second chance, in GoldenEye. Maryam d'Abo, however, earned her Kara Milovy role with her screen test with Brosnan; she was not in the running for a role in the film, but had been hired to act opposite the 007 contenders; impressed, the producers gave her the part.
  • Richard Maibaum and Michael G. Wilson wrote a first draft of a script portraying James Bond's first field mission; Cubby Broccoli rejected the idea.
  • According to a research by the Christian Science Monitor, The Living Daylights is an example of a film which ignores Islamic stereotypes. Instead, Kamran, a Muslim warrior, is portrayed as Bond's ally.
  • This film marked Caroline Bliss's first of two appearances as Miss Moneypenny.
  • Originally, the KGB general set up by Koskov was to be General Gogol, however, actor Walter Gotell was sick, unable to handle the major role; the character of Leonid Pushkin replaced Gogol, who appears briefly at the end of the film, having transferred to the Soviet diplomatic service. This is Gogol's final appearance in a James Bond film (Gotell died in 1997). The similarity between Pushkin and Gogol is emphasized by the fact that Pushkin is seen accompanied by a beautiful blonde, much as Gogol was in his early appearances.
  • This is the final James Bond film, to date, scored by John Barry 11.
  • a-ha's lead vocalist, Morten Harket was offered a small role as a villain's henchman in The Living Daylights, but declined, because of lack of time and the reasoning that they wanted to cast him just because of his popularity, not his acting. Instead, a-ha sang the title song for The Living Daylights.
  • In a cameo role, series composer John Barry conducts the orchestra in Vienna at the end of the film. Producer Michael G. Wilson also continues his string of Bond film cameo appearances; he can be seen as a member of the opera house audience.
  • The principal artwork for this film—a woman in a sheer white dress, holding a pistol as James Bond stands in the gunbarrel pose—was controversial in some parts of the world, with complaints raised that it glorified violence against women (though no such action occurs in the film). A student newspaper, at the University of Saskatchewan in Canada, was nearly shut down, sparking debate about censorship and images of violence against women, after it refused to run the advert when the film was scheduled to play at the university's student cinema.
  • The use of the Russian phrase "Smert Shpionam" ("Death to Spies") is a reference to SMERSH, the Russian spy agency James Bond combated in the early Ian Fleming novels. It was mentioned in only one previous Bond film, From Russia With Love 1963.
  • The Living Daylights is the first Bond film since Moonraker 1979 to not have its title announced in the end credits of the previous film, nor has any Bond film since had its title announced in the end credits of the previous film.

 

 Linda played by Kell Tyler is the first Bond Girl of The Living Daylights Kell Tyler  After the Land Rover Bond is hanging on to speeds over the mountain on Gibraltar during the pre-credit sequence, Bond parachutes to a boat passing below. Bond meets Linda where after reporting in, he accepts an invitation by Linda to join her.

Vehicles - The Living Daylights (1987)  www.007museum.com/TLDaylights.htm

1986 Aston Martin Volante: New Bond, new car... Timothy got what Roger didn't - his own Aston, if only for this film. The car is used a lot in the film, and is used firstly to help Bond and Kara escape the KGB in Bratislava. The car employs a laser beam in the front-left hubcap, which is saws a pursuing police car from its chassis, and spiked tyres for the frozen lake scene. It also has a police-band radio, bullet-proof windows, rockets behind the front fog lamps (this is more cunning and real than the stinger missiles placed behind the headlights of the BMW 750 used by Bond in Tomorrow Never Dies), and a rocket booster. Like the DB5 of Goldfinger, this car houses the controls to all this gadgetry in the arm rest, but new is the visual display which appears on the windscreen. A self-destruct mechanism is also available, like Bond's 

We see the car in two guises; as a hardtop and as a convertible. This change is explained by 'Q' who "winterises" the car (adding the roof). The hardtop is the Aston Martin Volante whereas the convertible was in fact the Vantage. As a side-note, the then chairman of the Aston Martin Company (Victor Gauntlett) was offered a job as a KGB General, presumably that of Pushkin as Walter Gotell was too ill to continue the Gogol role. It was claimed by Cubby Broccoli that he looked just the part! 

Felix Leiter's Yacht: Bond is brought to Leiter's yacht in typical Leiter style - Bond is not told where he is being taken until he sees Leiter for himself - by two ladies, also working for the CIA. Aboard, besides Bond's ally, is a panoply of radio equipment all at Bond's request - and is seen in use later as Bond makes a lone raid on Whittaker's place in Tangier.

Conclusion: A fairly minimal showing but the return of the Aston Martin makes up for that. Dalton gets a new Bond symbol, which is truly worthy of the name, with all the gadgetry he needs to get out of the situation. The yacht is less impressive but does help Bond at the end of his mission though. Little else to say really.

The Living Daylights Ian Fleming's Movie, 1987 

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59344Berliet GLC 6 RM3 * 184521959 Chevrolet Impala ** 184451979 Dacia 1310 *
184391981 Daimler Double Six ** 184441980 Daimler DS420 Limousine ** 184591942 Dodge WC 51 ***
18461Fiatallis FR ** 18448Ford Cargo ** 184581943 Ford M8 Greyhound **
18477GAZ 3102 Volga ** 18453GMC Vandura ** 18446Lada 1600 [2106] ***
184511971 Land-Rover 109'' Series III ** 30001971 Land-Rover 88'' Series III *** 60791984 Land-Rover 90 ***
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Real Name: Kell Tyler
Movie: The Living Daylights
Bond: Timothy Dalton
Year: 1987
Villen: No
Sex With Bond: Yes
Linda played by Kell Tyler is the first Bond Girl of The Living Daylights. Desription: Linda played by Kell Tyler is the first Bond Girl of The Living Daylights.
After the Land Rover Bond is hanging on to speeds over the mountain on Gibraltar during the pre-credit sequence, Bond parachutes to a boat passing below. Bond meets Linda where after reporting in, he accepts an invitation by Linda to join her.
Little is learnt about the character of Linda. Looking for a ‘real man’ aboard a luxury yacht of playboys and tennis pros, she finds her man in 007. After stating that he will reporting in a hour, Bond changes it to two hours when Linda seductively invites Bond to join her for a glass of champagne.
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[Gadget]
Gadget: Teaser Plane
Status: In Storage

Description: After a briefing by M, Bond, 002 and 004 parachuted out of this plane, which was flying over Gibraltar, for a routine training mission that took a fatal turn.
[Gadget]
Gadget: Teaser Truck
Status: Destroyed

Description: After killing 002 and 004, the assassin stole this military jeep and tried to make an escape. Unfortunately for him, Bond caught up, started fighting and eventually jumped off the jeep right before it exploded with the assassin still inside.
[Gadget]
Gadget: Parachute
Status: Destroyed

Description: After the jeep exploded, Bond used this parachute to float to the safety of a woman's boat.
[Gadget]
Gadget: Walther WA-2000
Status: In Storage

Description: During Koskov's "defection," Bond uses this gun to shoot Kara, who was posing as a would-be assassin. The gun has a infared sight and telescopic lense and can use soft-nosed bullets or armor piercing ones.
[Gadget]
Gadget: Nightvision Goggles
Status: In Storage

Description: While Bond is setting up his shot during Koskov's "defection," Saunders uses these nightvision goggles to see what is going on and to watch Bond work.
[Gadget]
Gadget: Phig
Status: Unknown

Description: In order to get General Koskov out of Russia, Bond arranges to have him transported in a cleaning phig that goes through the Trans Siberian Pipeline.
[Gadget]
Gadget: Jet
Status: Unknown

Description: After his trip through the Trans Siberian Pipeline, Koskov is flown back to England in this fighter jet, which is being supervised by Q.
[Gadget]
Gadget: Ghetto Blaster
Status: In Storage

Description: More of a gag-gadget than a useable one, the Ghetto Blaster is, as Q says, "something we're developing for the Americans." It is a giant boombox that shoots a rocket out of the side.
[Gadget]
Gadget: Exploding Milk Bottles
Status: Destroyed

Description: When infiltrating the MI6 safehouse, Necros poses as a milkman. His milk bottles are actually explosive devices, which he uses to "steal back" Koskov.
[Gadget]
Gadget: Keyring
Status: Destroyed

Description: This useful keyring has many features. By whistling the first few bars of Rule Britannia, a cloud of stun gas sprays out that disorientates any normal person for about 30 seconds. It also contains a lockpick that opens 90 percent of the world’s locks. Lastly, it becomes an explosive device when Bond does a wolf whistle.
[Gadget]
Gadget: Aston Martin V8
Status: Destroyed

Description: Bond's latest Aston Martin contains a whole slew of "winterized" gadgets. These include hubcaps lasers, an onscreen display that synchronizes the launching of two stinger missiles, an outrigger system on the tires, tire spikes to give the car snow-traction and a rocket motor to give the car some extra boost. Lastly, the car features a self-destruct button that, naturally, Bond uses.
[Gadget]
Gadget: Scanner
Status: Destroyed

Description: A device inside Bond's Aston Martin, this scanner picks up police bands and helps Bond prepare for the roadblock attack while escaping Russia with Kara.
[Gadget]
Gadget: Assorted Weapons
Status: Unknown

Description: This drawer of weapons are a sample of the ones that Brad Whitaker was paid to obtain for General Pushkin, as a part of the plot of the movie.
[Gadget]
Gadget: Door Trigger
Status: Unknown

Description: Necros uses this device to rig a door in a cafe in the Vienna carnival to slam shut when he hits a button. The trigger is activated when Saunders goes through the door, to send a message to Bond that Necros can get to anyone.
[Gadget]
Gadget: Bomb
Status: Destroyed

Description: Before getting trapped in the cargo plane, Bond sets this bomb to destroy the plane and the drugs being transported inside it. After disarming it, he later uses it to help the Mujahidin by destroying a bridge that the Russian army is approaching on.
[Gadget]
Gadget: Cargo Plane
Status: Destroyed

Description: Bond's final battle with Necros takes place high above the ground in this cargo plane filled with drugs.
[Gadget]
Gadget: Armor Gun
Status: In Storage

Description: Brad Whitaker uses this armor-shielded gun to try and kill Bond during their final battle sequence. Although Bond can not destroy the protective shield, he uses his keyring

Ghetto Blaster
Gadget: Ghetto Blaster
Status: In Storage

Description: More of a gag-gadget than a useable one, the Ghetto Blaster is, as Q says, "something we're developing for the Americans." It is a giant boombox that shoots a rocket out of the side.

The Volksoper Vienna in The Living Daylights 1987

Volksoper house in Vienna
Over 150 Singers
95 orchestral musicians
64 choir members
over 100 dancers
218 technicians
1.000 surprises
in one single house!


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James Bond 007 Museum Nybro, Sweden .  www.007museum.com    
Contact: 007museum@telia.com , tel. +46-0481-12960 .Open Daily 10.00 - 17.00 (lunch 13-14)  Sat 10.00-14.00
Adress: James Bond 007 Museum, Emmabodav.20, 382 45 Nybro, Sweden