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Bond In Motion


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By Beth Judd, 03rd January 2019


Bond In Motion


If you are a fan of classic cars, then the chance you are a fan of James Bond is also pretty high!


We took a visit to the London Film Museum in Covent Garden to explore Bond in Motion; the largest official collection of original James Bond vehicles and artefacts spanning the 24 James Bond films; from DR No right up to Spectre, this is the ultimate exhibition for petrol heads and 007 fans to get a closer look at the real stars of the film in intricate detail.



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Showcasing some of cinemas most iconic cars, exhibits include the black and yellow 1937 Rolls-Royce Phantom III from ‘Goldfinger’ (1964), ‘Wet Nellie’ the underwater Lotus Esprit S1 from ‘The Spy Who Loved Me’ (1977) and there is, of course, the Aston Martin DB5 from ‘GoldenEye’ (1995), along with clips from the films they starred in. The best thing about the exhibition is how close you can get to the vehicles, allowing you to get really close and marvel at all the fascinating details that go into creating the Bond universe, just be careful not to get too close and accidently set off a rocket!



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The show also features action sequence boards, vehicle concept art, props and miniature models and there is not a single replica in sight, every item displayed has been used in one of the 24 James Bond films.



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So if you want to take a closer look at some of the most famous vehicles from cinematic history, then take a visit to the Bond In Motion exhibition at the London film museum.



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