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Alfred Dunhill has occasionally provided various accessories for the cinematic James Bond throughout the series. The association first in 1962 began when the production team requested a gunmetal cigarette lighter for Sean Connery's introduction in Dr. No. Dunhill lighters can also be seen in License to Kill (1989), when Bond (Timothy Dalton) receives a Dunhill lighter from his friend Felix Leiter. and Tomorrow Never Dies (1997) where Bond (Pierce Brosnan) uses a Dunhill lighter which acts as an explosive device. Brosnan also wore Dunhill cufflinks in The World Is Not Enough (1999).

Dunhill is also mentioned in the first chapter of the novel From Russia With Love where we read that Red Grant owns "a well-used gold Dunhill lighter".

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In The World Is Not Enough (1999), James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) wears a pair of gold Dunhill cufflinks.


James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) wears Dunhill cufflinks in the 2002 movie Die Another Day.

The cufflinks look like two L-shaped pieces fit together.


In the pre-title sequence of Tomorrow Never Dies (1997), James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) uses a gold Dunhill lighter.

The lighter looks and works like an normal Dunhill Unique Sports lighter, but is modified by Q to work as a grenade. At the terrorist arms bazaar on the Russian border, Bond first offers a guard a light with the lighter and then he uses it as a grenade.


In Tomorrow Never Dies (1997), James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) wears a pair of Dunhill cufflinks.


In the 1989 movie Licence To Kill (1989) James Bond (Timothy Dalton) receives a Dunhill lighter from his good friend Felix Leiter and his wife Della on their wedding day. The lighter is a silver Dunhill Unique with plain finish.


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