James Bond

TV, Movie, Comic & Character

Last Edit: 04 December 2022

Cars are a big part of the James Bond myth. They go with the lavish, sophisticated lifestyle, elegant women, urbane men and exotic locations. Ian Fleming was obviously a bit of a car snob and makes Bond a similar connoisseur of motors. As I remember from the books Bond favoured Bentleys, having bought his first, nearly new, in 1933. However I will try to show examples of all the cars featured or even glimpsed in each movie, whether driven by our hero or not, or maybe just parked in shot somewhere. I'll also try to include cars mentioned in the books that maybe did not make it into the film, either at all, or in a different form - for instance in the book of Goldfinger Bond drives an Aston Martin DB2 MkIII and the Sunbeam Alpine that was around when Fleming wrote Dr No was nothing like the one in the film.

This section is movie by movie, rather than book by book - as only a portion of the movies are based on book - but all the books get a movie. For Your Eyes Only might be a bit of a fiddle as it was a book of short stories, but bear with me. I've also chosen not to work by maker, even given that you have 137 Bond vehicles in the Eaglemoss magazine series and that Corgi have released countless Bond cars over the years, some better than others... The Eaglemoss Series has their own page in the part-work section of the Little Wheels Museum, click here to see it.

You will notice that the pages for the individual cars differ in formatting, that is because where they exist already in the Museum in another section I have provided links to the existing page rather than create a new one.

I've used a Wikipedia page as the source for the list of cars featured: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_James_Bond_vehicles 

Dr No

In the film, James Bond is sent to Jamaica to investigate the disappearance of a fellow British agent, Strangway. The trail leads him to Crab Quay island and the underground base of Dr. Julius No, who is plotting to disrupt an early American space launch from Cape Canaveral with a radio beam weapon.

When Fleming published the book in 1958 the Sunbeam Alpine as featured in the film was not yet in production, it came out in 1959. When Fleming wrote the book Sunbeam Alpines looked like the Dinky Toy below, based on a Talbot car it was named the Alpine to celebrate Talbot's success in the Alpine Rally in the early 50s.

Film 1962, Book 1958

James Bond #17; Sunbeam Alpine; Dr No; Universal Hobbies Vanguards VA06408; Vauxhall PA Cresta; Alpine Green James Bond #89, Ford Anglia; Dr No James Bond #92; LaSalle Hearse; Dr No James Bond #33; 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air; Dr No
1962 Sunbeam Alpine - Movie 1961 Vauxhall PA Velox 1961 Ford Anglia LaSalle Hearse 1957 Chevrolet Bel Air
James Bond #17; Sunbeam Alpine; Dr No; Universal Hobbies James Bond #106, Ford Consul; Dr No James Bond #115, Austin Cambridge Taxi; Dr No James Bond #84; Dragon Tank; Dr No Corgi F04101; James Bond Icon Figure; Dr No, James Bond & Honey Rider
1961 Chevrolet Impala 1959 Ford Consul MkII 1959 Austin A55 Cambridge Dragon Tank Dr No, James Bond & Honey Rider
Corgi F04011; James Bond Icon Figure; Sean Connery, Dr No        
Sean Connery as Bond        

Dr No - From the book
Dinky Toys 101; Sunbeam Alpine; Light Blue, Dark Blue Interior, Blue Hubs, Grey Driver Vanguards VA06802; Hillman Minx IIIA; Azure Blue & Pearl Grey      
1955 Sunbeam Alpine Hillman Minx MkIII      

From Russia With Love

Seeking revenge against MI6 agent James Bond for the death of their agent Dr. No in Jamaica, international criminal organisation SPECTRE begins training agents to kill him, before assigning the task to Irish assassin Donald "Red" Grant. To lure Bond into a trap, SPECTRE's chief planner, Czechoslovak chess grandmaster Kronsteen, devises a plan to have Bond attempt to procure a Lektor cryptography device from the Soviets from the Soviet consulate in Istanbul. SPECTRE operative Rosa Klebb, a former SMERSH (Soviet counter-intelligence) colonel, is assigned to oversee the mission and to ensure Grant can carry out Bond's assassination at the right moment. To set the trap, Klebb recruits a cipher clerk at the consulate, Tatiana Romanova, to unwittingly assist in the plan, tricking Romanova into believing Klebb is still working for SMERSH.

Film 1963, Book 1957

Universal Hobbies 64; James Bond, Bentley 4.5 Litre; From Russia With Love True Scale TSM104313; 1950 Rolls Royce Silver Wraith; Japanese Imperial James Bond #40 Citroen Traction Avant; From Russia With Love James Bond #129; Ford Ranch Wagon; From Russia With Love James Bond #126; Chevrolet Apache C30 One Ton Truck; From Russia With Love
1935 Bentley 4.5 Litre 1950 Rolls-Royce Silver Wraith 1948 Citroen 11CV 1960 Ford Ranch Wagon 1961 Chevrolet C30 Apache
James Bond #123, Plymouth Savoy Taxi; From Russia With Love        
Plymouth Savoy Taxiv        

Goldfinger

After destroying a drug laboratory in Latin America, MI6 agent James Bond takes a holiday in Miami Beach. His superior, M, via CIA agent Felix Leiter, directs Bond to observe bullion dealer Auric Goldfinger at the hotel there. Bond discovers Goldfinger cheating at a high-stakes gin rummy game, aided remotely by his employee, Jill Masterson. Bond interrupts Jill and blackmails Goldfinger into losing. After a night with Jill, Bond is knocked out by Goldfinger's Korean manservant Oddjob. Bond awakens to find Jill covered in gold paint, dead from "skin suffocation".

In London, the governor of the Bank of England and M task Bond with determining how Goldfinger smuggles gold internationally. Q supplies Bond with a modified Aston Martin DB5 and two tracking devices. Bond meets Goldfinger at his country club in Kent and plays a round of golf with him, wagering a bar of recovered Nazi gold.

Film 1964, Book 1958

Corgi C271/1; James Bond's Aston Martin DB5; Silver; Gold Plated Trim James Bond: Goldfinger's Rolls-Royce James Bond #35, Ford Mustang Convertible; Goldfinger Minichamps B6 604 0259; 1958 Mercedes-Benz 220S Ponton; Light Blue James Bond 117, Mercedes-Benz 220S; Goldfinger
1964 Aston Martin DB5 1937 Rolls-Royce Phantom III 1964 Ford Mustang Convertible 1958 Mercedes-Benz 220S 1956 Mercedes-Benz 220S
James Bond #105, Ford Country Squire; Goldfinger James Bond #42; Ford Thunderbird; Goldfinger James Bond #48, Lincoln Continental; Goldfinger James Bond #76; Ford Falcon Ranchero Pickup James Bond #132 Lincoln Continental Convertible; Goldfinger
1964 Ford Country Squire 1964 Ford Thunderbird 1964 Lincoln Continental 1964 Ford Ranchero 1964 Lincoln Continental
James Bond #127; Dodge M-43 Ambulance Laser Gun; Goldfinger        
Dodge M43 Military Ambulance        
Goldfinger - from the book
Four Wheel Models; 1957 Aston Martin DB3; James Bond, Goldfinger NEO44330; Jaguar Mk1 3.4 Litre Vanguards VA04702; Triumph TR3A Sports; Soft Top, Silverstone Grey & Red Franklin Mint B11YA73; 1907 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Corgi Toys 1113; Corporal Erector Vehicle and Missile; Green Vehicle; White/Red Missile
1957 Aston Martin DB2 MkIII 1958 Jaguar 3.4 Litre 1956 Triumph TR3A 1907 Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost Corgi Toys 1113; Corporal Erector Vehicle and Missile

Thunderball

The film follows Bond's mission to find two NATO atomic bombs stolen by SPECTRE, which holds the world for ransom of £100 million in diamonds under its threat to destroy an unspecified metropolis in either the United Kingdom or the United States (later revealed to be Miami).

The search leads Bond to the Bahamas, where he encounters Emilio Largo, the card-playing, eyepatch-wearing SPECTRE Number Two. Backed by CIA agent Felix Leiter and Largo's mistress, Domino Derval, Bond's search culminates in an underwater battle with Largo's henchmen.

Film 1965, Book 1961

James Bond #119; Lincoln Continental Stretch Limo; Thunderball James Bond #133; Aston Martin DB5; Skyfall James Bond #111; Ford Thunderbird; Thunderball James Bond #111, Ford Fairlane; Thunderbal Universal Hobbies 94; James Bond, Mercedes-Benz Binz Ambulance; Thunderball
1964 Lincoln Continental Limousine 1964 Aston Martin DB5 1965 Ford Thunderbird 1957 Ford Fairlane 500 Skyliner 1964 Mercedes-Benz Binz Ambulance
Vanguards VA06004; Ford Zephyr 4 MkIII; Windsor Grey Vanguards VA07401; Triumph Herald Convertible James Bond #30, Ford Mustang Convertible; Thunderball Franklin Mint B14PW05; 1961 Lincoln Continental Convertible; Light Blue James Bond #128; Morris Minor Convertible; Thunderball
1962 Ford Zephyr 4 MkIII Triumph Herald Convertible 1965 Ford Mustang Convertible Lincoln Continental Convertible Morris Minor Convertible
Atlas Editions 4 658 116; 1965 BSA A65 Lightning Still Looking

Volpe takes Bond in this station wagon after she captures him

Corgi AA31206; Avro Vulcan B.2; XH558    
1965 BSA Lightning 1965 Ford Country Sedan AVRO Vulcan    
Thunderball - from the book
Tri-ang M.014; Bentley Continental Drophead Coupe; Dark Red Lansdowne Models LDM.57; 1960 Ford Consul MkII; Imperial Maroon & Smoke Grey Lansdowne Models; 1961 Humber Super Snipe; Dark Blue    
Bentley S2 Continental Drophead 1960 Ford Consul MkII 1961 Humber Super Snipe    

You Only Live Twice

Bond is dispatched to Japan after American and Soviet spacecraft disappear mysteriously in orbit, each nation blaming the other amidst the Cold War.

Bond attends a sumo match where he is approached by Japanese secret service agent Aki, who takes him to meet local MI6 operative Dikko Henderson. Henderson claims to have critical evidence, but is killed before he can elaborate. Bond breaks into the office safe of Osato Chemicals president, Mr. Osato. After obtaining secret documents, Bond is pursued by armed security, but is rescued by Aki, who flees to a secluded subway station. Bond chases her, but falls down a trap door leading to the office of the head of the Japanese secret service, Tiger Tanaka.

With Tanaka's help Bond travels secretly to a remote Japanese island to find the perpetrators, and comes face-to-face with Ernst Stavro Blofeld, the head of SPECTRE. SPECTRE is working for the government of an unnamed Asian power, implied to be the People's Republic of China, to provoke war between the superpowers.

Film 1967, Book 1964

James Bond #07, Toyota 2000GT; You Only Live Twice James Bond #56; Toyota Crown; You Only Live Twice James Bond Gyrocopter, Little Nellie; You Only Live Twice Corgi; James Bond Icon Figure; Blofeld; You Only Live Twice  
1967 Toyota 2000GT 1966 Toyota Crown Deluxe Wallis WA-116 Agile Blofeld; You Only Live Twice  

On Her Majesty's Secret Service

Bond again confronts Blofeld, who is planning to hold the world to ransom by a threat to render all food plants and livestock infertile through the actions of a group of brainwashed young women. Along the way Bond meets, falls in love with, and eventually marries Contessa Teresa di Vicenzo.

As usual there is a lot of business with skis on an Alp and chase down a bobsleigh run.

Film 1969, Book 1963

Universal Hobbies 12; James Bond's Aston Martin DBS; On Her Majesty's Secret Service Corgi TY07001; James Bond Aston Martin DBS V8; On Her Majesty's Secret Service Universal Hobbies 21; James Bond Mercury Cougar; On Her Majesty's Secret Service Oxford Diecast 43RRC003; 1977 Rolls-Royce Corniche; Open Cabriolet; Metallic Light Blue Rextoys 33; Rolls-Royce Phantom IV
1968 Aston Martin DBS
Eaglemoss
1968 Aston Martin DBS
Corgi
1969 Mercury Cougar Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow Drophead 1954 Rolls-Royce Phantom IV
James Bond #74; VW Beetle; On Her Majesty's Secret Service James Bond #71, Mini Cooper: On Her Majesty's Secret Service James Bond #78, Mercedes 220S; On Her Majesty's Secret Service James Bond 32: Mercedes-Benz 600; On Her Majesty's Secret Service Corgi Juniors 1011-A; James Bond Bobsled
1969 Volkswagen Beetle Austin Mini-Cooper 1963 Mercedes-Benz 220S 1964 Mercedes-Benz 600 James Bond's Bobsled
On Her Majesty's Secret Service - cars from the book
Vitesse 28750; 1964 Mercedes-Benz 300SE Atlas Editions; 1964 Lancia Flaminia Supersport Zagato Tri-ang M.014; Bentley Continental Drophead Coupe; Dark Red Dinky Toys 521; Peugeot 403 Berline Norev 185717; 1962 Simca Aronde P60 Montlhery; Grey Metallic
Mercedes-Benz 300SE (W112) Lancia Flaminia Sport Zagato Bentley S2 Continental Drophead Peugeot 403 Simca Aronde

Diamonds Are Forever

James Bond—agent 007—pursues Ernst Stavro Blofeld and eventually finds him at a facility where Blofeld look-alikes are being created through surgery. Bond kills a test subject, and later the "real" Blofeld, by drowning him in a pool of superheated mud.

Meanwhile assassins Mr. Wint and Mr. Kidd systematically kill several diamond smugglers, M suspects that South African diamonds are being stockpiled to depress prices by dumping, and assigns Bond to uncover the smuggling ring.

Disguised as professional smuggler and assassin Peter Franks, Bond travels to Amsterdam to meet contact Tiffany Case. The real Franks shows up on the way, but Bond intercepts and kills him, then switches IDs to make it seem like Franks is Bond. Tiffany and Bond then go to Los Angeles, smuggling the diamonds inside Franks' corpse.

Film 1971, Book 1956

James Bond #18; Triumph Stag; Diamonds are Forever James Bond, Cadllac Hearse; Diamonds are Forever; Universal Hobbies 88 Dinky Toys 137; Plymouth Fury Convertible Still Looking

Rented by Bond in Las Vegas

Universal Hobbies 13; James Bond Ford Mustang Mach 1; Diamonds are Forever
1970 Triumph Stag 1968 Cadillac Superior Sovereign Landaulet Funeral Coach 1963 Plymouth Fury
(should be 1971 sedan)
1971 Ford Galaxie 500 1971 Ford Mustang Mach 1
Ford Econoline Bus; Diamonds Are Forever NEO; Lincoln Continental Mark V; Metallic Green Still Looking

Various Police/Official & henchmen cars

NEO; 1969 Ford Thunderbird Landau; Dark Red, White Top Atlas Editions 7 905 004; 1964 Mercedes-Benz 600; Metallic Green
1965 Ford Econoline Bus 1978 Lincoln Continental Coupe
(should be 1971 sedan)
1970 & 71 Ford Custom 1969 Ford Thunderbird Landau
(should be 1971)
1968 Mercedes-Benz 600
(should be blue)
James Bond #31, Moon Buggy; Diamonds Are For Ever        
Moon Buggy        
Diamonds Are Forever - from the book
Best of Show; 1953 Studebaker Commander Starliner Coupe; Red & White Matrix MX40107; 1953 Armstrong Siddeley 346 Sapphire 4 Light Saloon; Black, Sand      
Studillac Armstrong Siddeley Sapphire      

Live and Let Die

Three MI6 agents are killed under mysterious circumstances within 24 hours in the United Nations headquarters in New York City, in New Orleans, and the small Caribbean nation of San Monique, while monitoring the operations of the island's dictator, Dr. Kananga. James Bond, Agent 007, is sent to New York to investigate. Kananga is also in New York, visiting the United Nations. After Bond arrives, his driver is shot dead by Whisper, one of Kananga's men, while taking Bond to Felix Leiter of the CIA. Bond is nearly killed in the ensuing car crash.

The killer's licence plate leads Bond to Harlem where he meets Mr. Big, a mob boss who runs a chain of restaurants throughout the United States, but he and the CIA do not understand why the most powerful black gangster in New York works with an unimportant island's leader.

Film 1973, Book 1954

Premium X PR0013; 1967 Cadillac Fleetwood Sixty Special Brougham; Metallic Gold Universal Hobbies 22; James Bond, Cadillac Corvorado; Live & Let Die Universal Hobbies 24; James Bond Mini Moke; Live And Let Die Universal Hobbies 43; James Bond, Chevy Nova Police Car; Live And Let Die Universal Hobbies 54; James Bond Chevrolet Impala; Convertible; Live and Let Die
1967 Cadillac Fleetwood Sixty Special Brougham
(should be 1971)
Corvorado 1972 Mini Moke Chevrolet Nova 1973 Chevrolet Impala Convertible
Universal Hobbies 77; James Bond; Checker Marathon Taxi; Live And Let Die James Bond #124; 1971 Chevrolet Bel Air; Live And Let Die Universal Hobbies 131; James Bond 1971 Chevrolet Bel Air; Police Car; Live And Let Die Universal Hobbies 109; James Bond Chevrolet Impala; Custom Coupe; Live and Let Die Maisto; 1971 Chevrolet Chevelle SS454
Checker Cab 1973 Chevrolet Bel Air Taxi 1971 Chevrolet Bel Air; Police 1973 Chevrolet Impala Custom Coupe 1971 Chevrolet Chevelle
Days Gone Lledo DG28000SL; 1934 Mack Canvas-Back Truck Corgi Classics TY06102; AEC RT Double Deck Bus; James Bond Live and Let Die, San Monique      
1927 Mack AB Truck AEC RT Regent Bus      
Live and Let Die - from the book
Models of Yesteryear Y-2/4; 1930 Bentley 4 1/2 litre; British Racing Green NEO45740; 1937 Cord Supercharged Sedan; Red Oxford Diecast ST003; 1950 Sunbeam Talbot 90 MkII; Beech Green Metallic    
1933 Bentley 4.5 Litre 1937 Cord Model 812 1950 Sunbeam Talbot 90    

The Man With the Golden Gun

An American gangster, Rodney, visits famed crack shot hitman Francisco Scaramanga to kill him and collect a bounty, but he is directed into a funhouse section of the estate, where Scaramanga eventually retrieves his golden gun and kills him.

In London, a golden bullet etched with '007' is received by MI6; it is believed to have been sent by Scaramanga, but because no one knows of his appearance outside of having a third nipple, M relieves Bond of his current mission involving tracking an energy scientist named Gibson.

At a hint from Moneypenny, Bond sets out unofficially to locate Scaramanga, first by retrieving a spent golden bullet from a belly dancer in Beirut. He traces the bullet to a gun maker in Macau, and forces him to reveal how he ships the bullets. Bond follows the shipment carried to Hong Kong by Andrea Anders, Scaramanga's mistress.

Film 1974, Book 1965

Universal Hobbies 19; James Bond MGB Roadster; The Man With The Golden Gun James Bond #28; AMC Hornet; The Man With The Golden Gun Universal Hobbies 44; James Bond, AMC Matador Coupe; The Man With The Golden Gun Universal Hobbies 112; James Bond, Mercedes-Benz 220S; The Man With The Golden Gun Eligor 1047; 1975 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow; Metallic Green
1965 MGB Roadster AMC Hornet AMC Matador Coupe 1698 Mercedes Benz 220 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow
The Man With the Golden Gun - from the book
Rextoys 33; Rolls-Royce Phantom IV Anson 30344; 1963 Ford Thunderbird; Hard Top, Red      
1954 Rolls-Royce Phantom IV 1963 Ford Thunderbird      

The Spy Who Loved Me

A British and a Soviet ballistic-missile submarine suddenly disappear. James Bond – MI6 agent 007 – is summoned to investigate. On the way to his briefing, Bond escapes an ambush by a squad of Soviet agents in Austria, killing one during a downhill ski chase and evading the others. The plans for a highly advanced submarine tracking system are being offered in Egypt.

There, Bond encounters Major Anya Amasova – KGB agent Triple X – as a rival for the microfilm plans. They travel across Egypt together, encountering Jaws – a tall assassin with razor-sharp steel teeth – along the way. Bond and Amasova reluctantly join forces after a truce is agreed by their respective British and Soviet superiors. They identify the person responsible for the thefts as the shipping tycoon and scientist Karl Stromberg.

Film 1977, Book 1962

James Bond #03 Lotus Esprit Underwater; The Spy Who Loved Me Universal Hobbies 61; James Bond; Jaws' Sherpa Van; The Spy Who Loved Me James Bond #75, Ford Taunus/Cortina; The Spy Who Loved Me Universal Hobbies 95; James Bond, Kawasaki Z900 Motorcycle; The Spy Who Loved Me James Bond: Stromberg Helicopter
Lotus Esprit S1 Leyland Sherpa Van Ford Taunus 2.3 Ghia Kawasaki Z900 Bell Jet Ranger Helicopter

Moonraker

A Drax Industries Moonraker space shuttle on loan to the United Kingdom is hijacked in midair while on a Shuttle Carrier Aircraft. The carrier is destroyed but no wreckage of the shuttle is found. M, head of MI6, assigns James Bond, Agent 007, to investigate.

En route to England, Bond is attacked and pushed out of an aeroplane by the mercenary assassin Jaws. He survives by stealing a parachute from the pilot, while Jaws lands on a trapeze net within a circus tent.

At the Drax Industries spaceplane-manufacturing complex in California, Bond meets the owner of the company, Hugo Drax, and his henchman Chang. Bond also meets Dr. Holly Goodhead, an astronaut, and survives an assassination attempt while inside a centrifuge chamber. Drax's personal pilot, Corinne Dufour, helps Bond find blueprints for a glass vial made in Venice; Drax discovers her involvement and has her killed by his pet dogs.

Film 1979, Book 1955

Universal Hobbies 50; James Bond; MP Lafer; Moonraker James Bond #102, Bondola Gondola; Moonraker Universal Hobbies 96; James Bond, Chevrolet C-10 Ambulance; Moonraker Corgi F04171; James Bond Icon Figure; Drax; Moonraker James Bond #59, Hispano-Suiza; Moonraker
MP Lafer Bondola Gondola Chevrolet C-10 Ambulance James Bond Icon Figure: Drax Hispano-Suiza
Corgi 930; Jet Ranger Helicopter; James Bond, Moonraker; Drax Universal Hobbies 134; James Bond, Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow I; Moonraker Corgi Toys 649; Space Shuttle; James Bond, Moonraker    
Jet Ranger Helicopter Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow I Space Shuttle    

Moonraker - from the book
IXO CLC060; Alfa Romeo 8C; 1931; Red Models of Yesteryear Y-2/4; 1930 Bentley 4 1/2 litre; British Racing Green Maisto 31806; 1956 Mercedes-Benz 300S Cabriolet; Open Top, White    
Alfa Romeo 8C 1933 Bentley 4.5 Litre Mercedes-Benz 300S Cabriolet    

For Your Eyes Only

The British information gathering vessel St Georges, which holds the Automatic Targeting Attack Communicator (ATAC), the system used by the Ministry of Defence to co-ordinate the Royal Navy's fleet of Polaris submarines, is sunk after accidentally trawling an old naval mine in the Ionian Sea. A marine archaeologist, Sir Timothy Havelock, is asked by the British to secretly locate the St Georges. However, he and his wife are murdered by a Cuban hitman, Hector Gonzales. His daughter, Melina Havelock, witnesses the murder and vows revenge.

The head of the KGB, General Gogol, has also learned of the fate of the St Georges and already notified his contact in Greece. MI6 agent James Bond is ordered by the Minister of Defence, Sir Frederick Gray, and MI6 Chief of Staff Bill Tanner to retrieve the ATAC before the Soviets since the transmitter could order attacks by the submarines' Polaris ballistic missiles. Bond goes to Spain to find out who hired Gonzales.

Film 1981, Book (short stories) 1960

James Bond #05 Citroen 2CV For Your Eyes Only James Bond #81, GP Beach Buggy; For Your Eyes Only James Bond #122: Mercedes-Benz 200D; For Your Eyes Only James Bond 83 Peugeot 504; For Your Eyes Only James Bond #120 Mercedes-Benz 450 SEL; For Your Eyes Only
Citroen 2CV GP Beach Buggy Mercedes-Benz 200D Peugeot 504 Mercedes-Benz 450 SEL
James Bond #69 Lotus Esprit Turbo; For Your Eyes Only Minichamps 400 135260; 1978 Lotus Esprit; James Bond; For Your Eyes Only      
Lotus Esprit Turbo Lotus Esprit Turbo      

Octopussy

Octopussy is a 1983 British spy film and the thirteenth in the James Bond series produced by Eon Productions; the sixth to star Roger Moore as the fictional MI6 agent James Bond.

After fleeing knife-throwing twin assassins Mischka and Grishka in East Berlin, mortally wounded British agent 009, dressed as a circus clown and carrying a counterfeit Fabergé egg, crashes into the British ambassador's residence and dies. MI6 immediately suspects Soviet involvement and, after the genuine Fabergé egg is to be auctioned in London, sends James Bond to identify the seller.

At the auction, Bond swaps the fake egg for the real one and subsequently engages in a bidding war with an exiled Afghan prince named Kamal Khan, forcing Khan to pay £500,000 for the counterfeit. Bond follows Khan to his palace in India. Bond defeats Khan in a game of backgammon using Khan's loaded dice. Bond and his MI6 contact, Vijay, escape Khan's bodyguard Gobinda. Later, Khan's associate Magda seduces Bond. Bond permits Magda to steal the real Fabergé egg, which is fitted with Q's listening and tracking device. Gobinda knocks Bond unconscious and takes him to Khan's palace. After Bond escapes, he listens in on the bug and discovers that Khan works with Orlov, a Soviet general seeking to expand Soviet domination to Western Europe.

Film 1983

Corgi 05701; James Bond Mercedes-Benz 240D; Octopussy, Wilth Railway Track & Optional Tyres Corgi TY05702; James Bond Mercedes-Benz 240D; Octopussy Universal Hobbies 23; James Bond; Mercedes-Benz 250SE; Octopussy James Bond #29; Tuk-Tuk; Octopussy James Bond #46, Willys Jeep M606; Octopussy
Mercedes-Benz 240D
Corgi - 2001
Mercedes-Benz 240D
Corgi - 2002
Mercedes-Benz 240D
Eaglemoss
Tuk-Tuk Willys Jeep M606
James Bond #66; BMW 518 Police Car; Octopussy James Bond #73, Alfa Romeo GTV6; Octopussy James Bond #90, Acrostar Plane; Octopussy Universal Hobbies 99; James Bond; Range Rover Convertible; Octopussy James Bond #114, Austin FX4 Taxi; Octopussy
BMW 518 Police Car Alfa Romeo GTV6 Bede BD-5J Microjet
Acrostar
Range Rover Convertible Austin FX4 Taxi
Vitesse 28602; 1965 Mercedes-Benz 600 Pullman; Midnight Blue Oxford Diecast 76RRP3001; Rolls-Royce Phantom III; Black      
Mercedes-Benz 600 Pullman Rolls-Royce Phantom III      

A View to a Kill

A View to a Kill is a 1985 spy film and the fourteenth in the James Bond series produced by Eon Productions, and is the seventh and final appearance of Roger Moore as the fictional MI6 agent James Bond.

MI6 agent James Bond is sent to Siberia to locate the body of 003 and recover a Soviet microchip. Q analyzes the microchip, establishing it to be a copy of one designed to withstand an electromagnetic pulse, made by government contractor Zorin Industries. Bond visits Ascot Racecourse to observe the company's owner, Max Zorin. Sir Godfrey Tibbett, a racehorse trainer and MI6 agent, believes Zorin's horses, which win consistently, are drugged, although tests proved negative. Through Tibbett, Bond meets with French private detective Achille Aubergine, who informs Bond that Zorin is holding a horse sale later in the month. During their dinner at the Eiffel Tower, Aubergine is assassinated by Zorin's bodyguard May Day, who subsequently escapes.

Bond and Tibbett travel to Zorin's estate for the horse sale. Bond is puzzled by a woman who rebuffs him; he discovers Zorin has written her a cheque for $5 million. That night, Bond and Tibbett infiltrate Zorin's laboratory, where he is implanting adrenaline-releasing devices in his horses. Zorin identifies Bond as an agent, has May Day assassinate Tibbett, and attempts to have Bond killed. General Gogol of the KGB confronts Zorin for trying to kill Bond without permission, revealing that Zorin was initially trained and financed by the KGB, but has now gone rogue. Later, Zorin unveils to a group of investors his plan to destroy Silicon Valley, which will give him and the potential investors a monopoly over microchip manufacture.

Film 1985

Universal Hobbies 37; James Bond Chevrolet Corvette; A View To A Kill Universal Hobbies 53; James Bond: Renault 11 Taxi; From A View To A Kill - Whole Car James Bond #55, Dodge Monaco Police Car; A View To A Kill James Bond #86, Renault Fuego Turbo; A View to a Kill Universal Hobbies, #101 James Bond Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud II; A View to a Kill
Chevrolet Corvette Renault 11 Taxi Dodge Monaco Police Car Renault Fuego Turbo Rolls-Royce Silver Cloud II

The Living Daylights

The Living Daylights is a 1987 British spy film, the fifteenth entry in the James Bond series produced by Eon Productions, and the first of two to star Timothy Dalton as the fictional MI6 agent James Bond.

James Bond is assigned to help KGB General Georgi Koskov defect, covering his escape from a concert hall in Bratislava, Czechoslovakia. During the mission, Bond notices that a KGB sniper is a female cellist from the orchestra. Disobeying his orders to kill the sniper, he shoots the rifle from her hands, then uses the Trans-Siberian Pipeline to smuggle Koskov across the border to the West.

Film 1987

Universal Hobbies 45; James Bond, Land Rover Series III; The Living Daylights James Bond #14, Aston Martin V8 Vantage The Living Daylights Universal Hobbies 69; James Bond, Aston Martin V8 Volante; The Living Daylights Universal Hobbies #26; James Bond Lada 1500; The Living Daylights James Bond #67; Land Rover Lightweight; Living Daylights
Land Rover Series III Aston Martin V8 Vantage Aston Martin V8 Volante Lada 1500 Land Rover 'Lightweight'
James Bond #72, Audi 200 Quattro; The Living Daylights Universal Hobbies 118; James Bond, Lada (Vaz) 2105; The Living Daylights Universal Hobbies 130; James Bond; Wales & Edwards Rangemaster Milk Float; The Living Daylights    
Audi 200 Quattro Lada (Vaz) 2105 Wales & Edwards Rangemaster    

Licence to Kill

Licence to Kill is a 1989 spy film, the sixteenth in the James Bond series produced by Eon Productions, and the second and final film to star Timothy Dalton in the role of the fictional MI6 agent James Bond.

DEA agents collect MI6 agent James Bond and his friend, CIA agent Felix Leiter, on their way to Leiter's wedding in Key West, to have them assist in capturing drugs lord Franz Sanchez. Bond and Leiter capture Sanchez by attaching a hook and cord to Sanchez's plane and pulling it out of the air with a Coast Guard helicopter. Afterwards, Bond and Leiter parachute down to the church in time for the ceremony.

Sanchez bribes DEA agent Ed Killifer and escapes. Meanwhile, Sanchez's henchman Dario and his crew ambush Leiter and his wife Della and take Leiter to an aquarium owned by one of Sanchez's accomplices, Milton Krest. Sanchez has Leiter lowered into a tank holding a tiger shark. When Bond learns that Sanchez has escaped, he returns to Leiter's house to find that Leiter has been maimed and that Della has been murdered (and by implication raped). Bond, with Leiter's friend Sharkey, start their own investigation. They discover a marine research centre run by Krest, where Sanchez has hidden cocaine and a submarine for smuggling.

Film 1989

James Bond #38, Maserati Biturbo 425; Licence to Kill James Bond #107, Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow Licence to Kill James Bond #125; Dodge Ram Pickup; Licence to Kill Kenworth Tanker  
Maserati Biturbo Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow Dodge Ram Pickup Kenworth Tanker  

GoldenEye

GoldenEye is a 1995 spy film, the seventeenth in the James Bond series produced by Eon Productions, and the first to star Pierce Brosnan as the fictional MI6 agent James Bond.

In 1986, agents James Bond and Alec Trevelyan infiltrate a Soviet chemical weapons facility in Arkhangelsk. While Trevelyan is caught and assumed killed by Colonel Arkady Grigorovich Ourumov, the facility's commanding officer, Bond destroys the site and flees.

While undergoing an assessment nine years later, after the dissolution of the Soviet Union, Bond attempts to prevent Xenia Onatopp, a member of the Janus crime syndicate, from stealing a Eurocopter Tiger attack helicopter during a military demonstration in Monte Carlo, but is unable to prevent the theft. Returning to London, Bond oversees MI6 staff monitoring an incident in Severnaya, Siberia, after the stolen helicopter turns up at a radar facility there. An electromagnetic pulse blast suddenly hits the site, destroying it and Russian fighter aircraft, while knocking out all satellite systems in orbit above.

The newly appointed M assigns Bond to investigate, after it is determined the blast came from a Soviet-era satellite armed with a nuclear electromagnetic pulse space-based weapon, codenamed "GoldenEye".

Film 1995

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Tomorrow Never Dies

Tomorrow Never Dies is a 1997 spy film, the eighteenth in the James Bond series produced by Eon Productions and the second to star Pierce Brosnan as fictional MI6 agent James Bond.

MI6 sends James Bond into the field to reconnoitre a terrorist arms bazaar on the Russian border. Despite M's insistence on letting 007 finish his reconnaissance, Royal Navy Admiral Roebuck orders the frigate HMS Chester to fire a Harpoon missile at the bazaar. Bond then discovers two nuclear torpedoes mounted on an L-39 Albatros; with the missile out of range to be aborted, Bond is forced to pilot the L-39 away seconds before the bazaar is destroyed.

Media baron Elliot Carver starts his plans to use an encoder obtained at the bazaar by his associate, cyber terrorist Henry Gupta, to provoke war between China and the UK. Meaconing the GPS signal using the encoder, Gupta sends the frigate HMS Devonshire off-course into Chinese-occupied waters in the South China Sea, where Carver's stealth ship, commanded by Mr. Stamper, ambushes and sinks it with a "sea drill" torpedo. Carver's henchmen steal one of the Devonshire's missiles and shoot down a Chinese MiG fighter jet investigating the scene. The henchmen kill the Devonshire's survivors with weaponry loaded with Chinese ammunition. The British Minister of Defence orders Roebuck to deploy the fleet to investigate the sinking of the frigate, and demands retaliation, leaving M only 48 hours to investigate its sinking and avert a war.

Film 1997

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The World is Not Enough

The World Is Not Enough is a 1999 spy film, the nineteenth in the James Bond series produced by Eon Productions and the third to star Pierce Brosnan

In Bilbao, MI6 agent James Bond meets a Swiss banker named Lachaise to retrieve money for Sir Robert King, a British oil tycoon and friend of M. Bond interrogates the banker to identify the assassin of an MI6 agent, but Lachaise is killed before revealing this information, and Bond is forced to escape with the money. At MI6 headquarters in London, the money is revealed to be laced with explosives that kill King. Bond chases the assassin by boat on the Thames to the Millennium Dome, where she attempts to escape via hot air balloon. Bond offers her protection; she refuses and blows up the balloon at the cost of her life.

Bond traces the recovered money to Renard, a KGB agent turned terrorist. Following an earlier attempt on his life by MI6, Renard was left with a bullet embedded in his brain, which makes him immune to pain but will eventually kill him. M assigns Bond to protect King's daughter Elektra, whom Renard had previously abducted and held for ransom. Bond flies to Azerbaijan, where Elektra is overseeing the construction of an oil pipeline.

Film 1999

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Die Another Day

MI6 agent James Bond infiltrates a North Korean military base where Colonel Tan-Sun Moon is trading weapons for African conflict diamonds. After Moon's right-hand man Zao receives notification of Bond's real identity, Moon attempts to kill Bond and a hovercraft chase ensues, ending with Moon's craft tumbling over a waterfall. Bond is captured by North Korean soldiers and imprisoned by the Colonel's father, General Moon.

After fourteen months of captivity and torture at the hands of the Korean People's Army, Bond is traded for Zao in a prisoner exchange across the Bridge of No Return. He is sedated and taken to meet M, who informs him that his status as a 00 Agent has been suspended under suspicion of having leaked information under duress to the North Koreans. Bond is convinced that he has been set up by a double agent in the British government.

After escaping MI6 custody, he finds himself in Hong Kong, where he learns from Chang, a Chinese agent and old colleague, that Zao is in Cuba.

Film 2002

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Casino Royale

Casino Royale is a 2006 spy film, the twenty-first in the Eon Productions James Bond series, and the third screen adaptation of Ian Fleming's 1953 novel of the same name.

MI6 operative James Bond gains his licence to kill and promotion to 00 agent status by assassinating the traitorous Dryden and his contact at the British Embassy in Prague. In Uganda, Mr. White introduces Steven Obanno, a high-ranking member of the Lord's Resistance Army, to Le Chiffre, an Albanian private banker to terrorists. Obanno entrusts Le Chiffre with a large sum of money to invest; Le Chiffre shorts the stock of aerospace manufacturer Skyfleet using insider knowledge of a terrorist attack.

Bond is led to corrupt Greek official Alex Dimitrios in the Bahamas. After winning his Aston Martin DB5 in a poker game and seducing Dimitrios' wife Solange, Bond pursues Dimitrios to Miami and kills him, then chases down the new attacker Dimitrios has hired. Bond thwarts the destruction of Skyfleet's prototype airliner, costing Le Chiffre his hundred-million dollar investment. Surmising that somebody talked, he tortures Solange to death.

To recoup his clients' money, Le Chiffre organizes a Texas hold 'em tournament at the Casino Royale in Montenegro. MI6 enters Bond in the tournament, believing a defeat will force Le Chiffre to seek asylum with the British government in exchange for information on his clients.

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Quantum of Solace

Quantum of Solace is a 2008 spy film and the twenty-second in the James Bond series produced by Eon Productions.

Immediately following the events of Casino Royale, James Bond is driving from Lake Garda to Siena, Italy, with the captured Mr. White in the trunk of his Aston Martin DBS V12. After evading pursuers, Bond delivers White to M, who interrogates White regarding the mysterious organisation Quantum. When White responds that their operatives are everywhere, M's bodyguard Craig Mitchell suddenly shoots one of the guards and attacks M. Bond chases Mitchell and eventually kills him; White escapes in the confusion.

Searching Mitchell's flat in London, Bond and M discover Mitchell had a contact in Haiti named Edmund Slate. Bond learns Slate is a hitman sent to kill Camille Montes at the behest of her lover, environmentalist entrepreneur Dominic Greene. Observing her subsequent meeting with Greene, Bond learns Greene is helping exiled Bolivian General Medrano, who murdered Camille's family, to overthrow the government and become the new president, in exchange for a seemingly barren piece of desert.

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Skyfall

Skyfall is a 2012 spy film and the twenty-third in the James Bond series produced by Eon Productions.

In Istanbul, MI6 agents James Bond and Eve Moneypenny pursue mercenary Patrice, who has stolen a hard drive containing details of undercover agents. As Bond and Patrice fight atop a moving train, M orders Moneypenny to shoot Patrice, despite not having a clear shot; Moneypenny inadvertently hits Bond, who falls into a river. Bond is presumed dead and Patrice escapes with the hard drive.

Three months later, due to a public inquiry into M's handling of the stolen hard drive, she is pressured to retire by Gareth Mallory, the chairman of the Intelligence and Security Committee of Parliament and a former SAS officer. Although she claims she is still useful, MI6's servers are hacked, and M receives a taunting computer message moments before the MI6 building explodes. Bond, who used his presumed death to retire, learns of the attack and returns to service in London. He fails a series of physical, medical, and psychological examinations, but M approves his return to the field, ordering him to identify Patrice's employer, recover the hard drive, and kill Patrice. He meets Q, MI6's new quartermaster, who gives him a radio beacon and a Walther PPK pistol.

Film 2012

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Spectre

Spectre is a 2015 spy film and the twenty-fourth in the James Bond series produced by Eon Productions for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Columbia Pictures.

MI6 agent James Bond carries out an unauthorised mission in Mexico City on the Day of the Dead, where he stops a terrorist bombing plot. Bond kills Marco Sciarra, the terrorist leader, and takes his ring, which is emblazoned with a stylised octopus, before stealing a helicopter to escape.

Upon his return to London, Bond is suspended from field duty by Gareth Mallory, the current M, who is engaged in a power struggle with Max Denbigh (whom Bond dubs "C"), the Director-General of the new, privately backed Joint Intelligence Service formed by the merger of MI5 and MI6. C campaigns for Britain to join the global surveillance and intelligence initiative "Nine Eyes", and uses his influence to close down the '00' field agent section, which he believes is outdated. In private, Bond tells Eve Moneypenny that he went to Mexico to target Sciarra after receiving a video message from the previous M that was delivered to him after her death. Moneypenny agrees to assist Bond behind M's back.

Film 2015

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