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James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) uses two Motorola radios in The World Is Not Enough (1999): a Motorola HT1250 or GP380 Professional Series and the Motorola TalkAbout TA280 SLK (read more).

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In the movie The World Is Not Enough (1999), a Motorola TalkAbout TA280 SLK Two-Way Radio is prominently seen and used in the intense scene between James Bond (Pierce Brosnan) and Elektra (Sophie Marceau).

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In the movie The Living Daylights (1987), James Bond listens to a Philips DC954 car radio that has been modified by Q to receive police scanner frequencies.

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In A View To A Kill (1985), James Bond and Pola Ivanova listen to a Philips UF-I 90 cassette tape on a Philips D8734 Boombox stereo system or ghettoblaster in the Nippon Relaxation Spa in San Francisco.

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James Bond’s (Roger Moore) tracking device from the opening sequence of the movie A View to a Kill (1985) is an Autophon VS 68. The Autophon is used by Bond in Siberia to track down the body of MI6 agent 003 in the snow and recover the microchip.

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In the movie Diamonds Are Forever (1971), Ernst Stavro Blofeld (Charles Gray) owns a Philips 22RL798 Antoinette Transworld de Luxe radio. The radio can be seen clearly on Blofeld's desk in his office on the oil rig when he listens to a news broadcast about the nuclear explosions in North Dakota and Russia that Blofeld himself created.

Date: 
Saturday, June 2, 2012

On Saturday evening 2 juni at 18h15 on Radio 5 (The Netherlands), you can listen to an interview with Jeroen Krabbé (who played General Georgi Koskov) about 25 years of The Living Daylights.

In a 35 minute interview, Jeroen Krabbé gives a unique behind the scenes account of his involvement in The Living Daylights.

jeroen krabbe radio interview

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In the 1995 James Bond Film Goldeneye, the Aston Martin DB5 driven by James Bond featured an Alpine 7817R CD Tuner which acted as a communication device and colour printer/fax.

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