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In the 1967 movie You Only Live Twice, James Bond (Sean Connery) gets the book Instant Japanese by Masahiro Watanabe and Kei Nagashima from Moneypenny to brush up on his Japanese.

In the film, MI6 decides to fake Bond's death. On the British HMS Tenby war ship M tells James Bond about his new mission in Japan and Moneypenny gives him the final instructions.

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Anthony Sinclair has recreated the grey mohair suit worn by Sean Connery as James Bond in the first 007 film Dr No (1962).

When Bond wears the suit, his friend and CIA agent Felix Leiter ask, "Where did you get measured for this, bud?", to which Bond replies, "My tailor, Savile Row".

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James Bond (Sean Connery) plays the patience, or solitaire, card game with a deck of red Waddingtons Thomas De La Rue zodiac playing cards in the first James Bond movie Dr. No (1962).

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Les Ambassadeurs Club was the fictional location of the first time we see James Bond in the film Dr. No (1962), and it was also the real location of the first meetings between Ian Fleming and Albert R. Broccoli in (summer 1959) and later with Harry Saltzman (December 1960). The club also features in The Beatles' film A Hard Day's Night (1964).

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To celebrate the first iconic scene where we see James Bond (Sean Connery) in a Bond film, Factory Entertainment has released a limited edition prop replica Dr. No Casino Plaque Set.

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The limited-edition Barton Perreira 007 Thunderball Sunglasses are inspired by the sunglasses worn by James Bond in the 1965 movie Thunderball.

The Barton Perreira sunglasses are not exactly the same as the shades worn in the film, but have a similar wayfarer shape.

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A Flos Arco floor lamp can be seen in Blofeld's penthouse apartment in the movie Diamonds Are Forever (1971) and Die Another Day (2002).

Diamonds Are Forever

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In the movie Thunderball (1965) Sean Connery wears several pairs of short Jantzen swim trunks, including a tight fitting white pair.

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In Thunderball (1965), James Bond (Sean Connery) wears a blue short sleeve capri collar shirt, blue trousers and a straw hat.

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In Thunderball (1965), James Bond (Sean Connery) wears a blue gingham shirt when he and Felix Leiter fly in a Bell 47J Ranger helicopter, looking for the Vulcan airplane.

James Bond wears the blue gingham shirt with the famous blue belted Jantzen shorts.

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In Thunderball (1967), James Bond (Sean Connery) wears several great shirts, but the blue striped shirt is probably the most iconic.

James Bond wears the stripe shirt when he flies for the first time in the helicopter with Felix Leiter in search for the Vulcan. In the next scene when he meets Emilio Largo at his Palmyra villa he wears the same shirt.

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As part of the 2020 007 Heritage Collection, Orlebar Brown has created this ivory polo shirt, but this one is based on a color adjusted promotional image from the beach scene in Dr No (1962).

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The Bell 206 JetRanger is one of the most popular helicopters ever produced and can be seen in 7 James Bond films.

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A red B&B Italia Serie Up 2000 Armchair and Pouf UP5_6 can be spotted in the 1971 film Diamonds Are Forever.

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One of the most stunning villas seen in a James Bond film is Elrod House in Palm Springs, which doubles as Willard Whyte's summer house in Diamonds Are Forever (1971).

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A black leather G Plan 6250 armchair was used by villain Ernst Stavro Blofeld, played by Donald Pleasence, in the James Bond film You Only Live Twice (1967). Similar or the same model chairs can be seen in Goldfinger (1963).

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When we think of martini, we usually think of the (vodka) martini cocktail that Bond consumes regularly. But the brand Martini, a vermouth, is also often seen in Bond films and mentioned in Bond novels, as part of the martini cocktail.

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In the movie Goldfinger, James Bond (Sean Connery) wears a burgundy Slazenger v-neck golf jumper during the golf match with Auric Goldfinger.

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From Martijn Mulder, the author of the ultimate Bond location guide On the Tracks of 007, now comes a special Japan film guide, featuring the filming locations of the fifth James Bond film You Only Live Twice (1967), which celebrates its 50th anniversary this year.

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Curry & Paxton "Sean" sunglasses are inspired by on the original sunglasses worn by Sean Connery in Thunderball (1965).

The original brand of sunglasses worn in the film was probably the "Cool-Ray Polaroid N135 styled by Cari Michelle".

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Turnbull & Asser created the 'cocktail cuff' shirts for Sean Connery in the early Bond films, and also designed this black knitted silk tie especially for Sean Connery in From Russia With Love.

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In the movie Diamonds Are Forever (1971), Ernst Stavro Blofeld (Charles Gray) has a Philips N2205 tape recorder on his desk in his office on the oil rig. The N2205 is used when Blofeld listens to a Philips C90 tape with the World's Greatest Marches, with James Bond (Sean Connery) standing at his desk.

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This classic shirt was specially created for the film Dr. No by Turnbull & Asser and was worn by Sean Connery when he played James Bond. The shirt features the special "cocktail" cuff, which is a two button turnback cuff and is unique to this shirt.

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Two Bond Girls drive a first generation Ford Mustang convertible in the Bond film series: Tilly Masterson drives a white Ford Mustang convertible in Goldfinger (1964) and Fiona Volpe drives a blue Ford Mustang convertible in Thunderball (1965).

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In the 1971 movie Diamonds Are Forever, James Bond (Sean Connery) and Tiffany Case (Jill St. John) drive around Las Vegas in a red 1971 Ford Mustang Mach 1. Mach 1 is a special performance option package for the Ford Mustang 'Sportsroof' (or 'Fastback').

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The gas station Aurora in Andermatt, Switzerland, a famous filming location in the movie Goldfinger (1964) in the Swiss Alps, will be closed on April 23rd 2014, in the same year that the Goldfinger movie celebrates its 50th anniversary.

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In the movie Goldfinger (1964), James Bond and Auric Goldfinger use Royal Sovereign Chinagraph pencils.

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Taittinger Champagne is Bond's favorite champagne in the the Ian Fleming novels, and features prominently in the movie From Russia With Love (1963).

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In the last scene of the movie Diamonds Are Forever (1971), Bond's uses his knowledge of Château Mouton Rothschild wine to expose his enemies.

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In the movie Never Say Never Again (1983), James Bond (Sean Connery) drinks a bottle of Château Cheval Blanc Premier Grand Cru Classé Saint-Émilion red wine. 

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