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1964's 'Goldfinger', the third film in the James Bond series, saw the introduction of a new car for Bond - the Aston Martin DB5, signalling the start of a relationship which spans eleven Bond films and nearly 50 years of cinema history. The book version of 'Goldfinger' had seen author Ian Fleming place Bond in an Aston Martin DB Mark III, but as the DB5 had been introduced by Aston Martin in 1963 the decision was made to use the company's latest car. Coloured in distinctive Silver Birch, 'Goldfinger' saw sales of the DB5 increase and the profile of the company grow.

James Bond & Aston Martin - DB5 Goldfinger

James Bond & Aston Martin - DB5 Thunderball

Bond's gadget laden DB5 returned in 1965's 'Thunderball', with the DB5 further enhanced from 'Goldfinger' with rear facing water canon and a boot stowed jetpack. The cars used in the film were the same as those used in 'Goldfinger' DP216/1 (modified) and DB5/1486/R which was used for road and close up sequences.

James Bond & Aston Martin - DBS On Her Majesty's Secret Service

A new lead actor saw a new lead Aston Martin as the Aston Martin DBS was chosen to appear in the 1969 film 'On Her Majesty's Secret Service', the first and only outing as Bond for George Lazenby. Introduced in 1967, the DBS initially used the same 6-cylinder engine used in the DB6 until the DBS V8 was launched in 1970.

JAMES BOND & ASTON MARTIN - V8 Vantage The Living Daylights

A hiatus of more than twenty years came to an end in 1987 as Timothy Dalton's debut as James Bond saw him accompanied by the Aston Martin V8 Vantage, a car produced in various forms from 1977 - 1989. Supplied to the producers personally by Aston Martin Chairman Victor Gauntlett, the film featured both Volante and Coupe versions of the car, customised with obligatory gadgets including outriggers and tyre spikes.

James Bond & Aston Martin - DB5 Goldeneye

Pierce Brosnan began his term as James Bond in spectacular style as the iconic Aston Martin DB5 returned in an exhilarating car chase involving Bond's DB5 and Xenia Onatopp's Ferrari F355.

James Bond & Aston Martin - Vanquish Die Another Day

Pierce Brosnan became the first James Bond to drive two different Aston Martins as the Aston Martin V12 Vanquish roared on to the screen in the 2002 film 'Die Another Day'.

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Daniel Craig's 2006 Bond debut in 'Casino Royale' also saw a new Aston Martin unveiled to the world - the DBS.  In addition to DBS the Aston Martin DB5 made an additional special appearance, making 'Casino Royale' the first film to feature two Aston Martin models.

James Bond & Aston Martin - DBS Casino Royale

Bond's Aston Martin DBS featured in one of the most memorable moments of the film as a high speed accident leads the car to flip and roll seven times, a new world record. The sequence was filmed on the Millbrook Proving ground with a modified DB9 due to filming taking place before the DBS was finished.

James Bond & Aston Martin - DBS Quantum of Solace

Following on from the high speed action sequence in 'Casino Royale', Daniel Craig's second James Bond appearance in 'Quantum of Solace' saw the Aston Martin DBS return at the opening of the film in a high-speed chase. 

James Bond & Aston Martin - DB5 Skyfall

2012's 'Skyfall' saw Bond in his twenty-third film outing, with the Aston Martin DB5 returning for its sixth appearance in one of the most eagerly anticipated films of the year. Nearly fifty years after its screen debut in 1964, the Aston Martin DB5 has left an indelible mark on popular culture. The first of five distinct Aston Martin models to be featured in James Bond films, DB5 continues to be celebrated as one of the most iconic cars ever produced. 

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007 will once again drive an Aston Martin in the forthcoming James Bond film SPECTRE. On this occasion it will be the stunning Aston Martin DB10 - a model developed specifically for the film and built in-house by Aston Martin's design and engineering teams.

 

 

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James Bond’s Watches: The Complete Movie Timeline Written by
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He’s the world’s most famous secret agent, and the selection of watches on his wrist is at least as varied as the parade of “Bond girls” at his side. Each watch reflects its epoch: from robust mechanical timekeepers, through digital timepieces, to state-of-the-art chronometers. Our timeline presents an overview of 007’s wrist-wear.

1962 James Bond first appeared on the silver screen in 1962 and has remained there ever since, but the Bond character was born 10 years prior to 007’s cinematic debut. Ian Fleming wrote Casino Royale, his first novel about the adventures of the charming MI6 agent, while on his honeymoon in 1952. Although Bond immediately showed extraordinarily good taste in automobiles and clothes, his wristwatch wasn’t identified until Fleming’s second novel, Live and Let Die (1954). Bond wears a Rolex in this book, which is not surprising, because Fleming himself wore a Rolex Explorer, Reference 1016, on an extensible Oyster riveted strap. Fleming’s affection for Rolex is apparent in the first James Bond film, where Bond, played by Sean Connery, casually straps on a Rolex Submariner without a date display while hunting the nefarious Dr. No, for whom the movie is named. Reference 6358 has a leather strap here. Film buffs believe that this model was one of Sean Connery’s personal possessions.

Rolex Submariner, Ref. 6538

 

1963/1964 James Bond remained faithful to Rolex in his second cinematic adventure, From Russia with Love . The movie shows Connery wearing a Rolex Submariner, Reference 6538, which still shows just the time because Q, the famous master of innovative weaponry, hadn’t yet equipped 007’s watch with any other special capabilities.

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Connery again wears Reference 6538 in Goldfinger, where it’s attached to a much-too-narrow textile strap. Pussy Galore, the aviatrix with the politically incorrect name, relies on a classical pilots’ watch: the Rolex GMT Master, Reference 6542.

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1965 James Bond wears two watches in Thunderball . He uses his Rolex Submariner to tell the time, but he relies on a modified Breitling Top Time when he needs a Geiger counter. This watch was rediscovered in 2013 at an English flea market, where the authentic prop from the classic flick changed hands for a paltry 25 pounds – and was soon afterwards auctioned for a five-figure sum.

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1967 The phrase “You Only Live Twice” is perhaps more appropriate for James Bond than for anyone else. In the movie of that name, the dapper agent battles his archenemy, Ernst Stavro Blofeld. No one knows exactly which watch accompanied 007, but some aficionados suspect it was a golden Gruen, which probably came from Connery’s private collection.

© 2015 JamesBondWatches.com and Dell Deaton, All Rights Reserved. USA. Images used with Permission Gruen Precision

1969 On Her Majesty’s Secret Service featured a new leading man, but this film would be Australian actor George Lazenby’s only stint as James Bond. As if to recompense him for his short-lived tenure, he has the good fortune in this film to wed the actress Diana Rigg, whom you may remember from the TV show The Avengers. In the movie Bond wore a Rolex Submariner (Ref. 5513) and a Rolex Chronograph (Ref. 6238).

The James Bond Blu-Ray Collection © 2015 Danjaq, LLC and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios INC. TM Danjaq, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Above and below: On Her Majesty’s Secret Service Rolex “Pre-Daytona” chronograph, Ref. 6238

1971 A familiar face returned to the silver screen in Diamonds Are Forever , where Sean Connery, back as Bond, turns his attention not only to girls, but to girls’ best friends. Bond fights the good fight mostly without a watch, although one does make a cameo appearance in one scene. Connoisseurs think it might be the same golden Gruen worn in You Only Live Twice.

1973/1974 Roger Moore’s debut as James Bond, in Live and Let Die, and its follow-up, The Man with the Golden Gun , inaugurated a new era spiced not only with more humor, but also with a Rolex Submariner 5513 equipped with practical additional functions. For the first time, the agent’s watch hosted gadgets added by Q. The watch could be triggered to serve as a circular saw, which comes in handy when handcuffs need to be removed. It also had a built-in magnet to deflect incoming bullets or, when necessary, help to suavely disrobe a lady. In Live and Let Die, Bond wore another watch in the opening sequence, one of the power-hungry Pulsar LED digital watches from Hamilton , which helped usher in the quartz revolution.

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Rolex Submariner Ref. 5513

1977 East meets West with a bang in The Spy Who Loved Me , in which sparks fly between Bond and Major Anya Amasova. A Rolex GMT Master assures precise timekeeping, while a Seiko 0674 LC functions as a pager: a label-making printer inside the watch ejects strips of paper bearing important messages from the office spymaster M.

Seiko 0674 LC

1979 Moonraker catapults 007 into outer space, where he’s assisted by a Seiko M354 Memory Bank Calendar, which conceals an explosive secret that blasts the way clear for the agent and his appealing flightmate.

Seiko M354 Memory Bank Calendar

1981 Moore dives into the Aegean Sea for his fifth Bond adventure, For Your Eyes Only . Two Seiko watches join him: the Seiko 7549-7009, above, and the Seiko H357 Duo Display, above right.

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1983 The risqué name of the next Bond film, Octopussy , caused a furor in England. In it, Moore’s Bond, with a Seiko TV Watch on his wrist, turns his attention to a young lady who works as one of Q’s assistants. The same year, Connery gave his final performance as Bond in Never Say Never Again . The identity of his watch in this movie remains a mystery.

© 2015 JamesBondWatches.com and Dell Deaton, All Rights Reserved. USA. Images used with Permission Seiko watch from Octopussy

1985 A View to a Kill finds Bond on the Golden Gate Bridge, where both he and his nemesis Zorin wear Rolexes (Bond’s is a Datejust). In other scenes, Bond wears three Seiko watches, including a Seiko Diver’s 150m.

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1987 After Timothy Dalton’s debut as James Bond in The Living Daylights, critics nicknamed this actor “Rambond.” In the movie, Agent 007 wears a TAG Heuer Professional Night-Dive Reference 980.031.

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1989 In Dalton’s second and final adventure as James Bond, License to Kill, Bond wears a Rolex Submariner.

Rolex Submariner, Ref. 16610

1995 Pierce Brosnan wears a quartz version of the Omega Seamaster Professional 300M (Reference 2541.80) when he takes over as James Bond in GoldenEye.

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1997/1999/2002 An Omega Seamaster Professional (Reference 2531.80) is again the ticking costar in Tomorrow Never Dies.

The World Is Not Enough for this secret agent, so he escapes its confines aboard a rocket bound for outer space. In his battle against Elektra King and her cohorts, Bond relies on Reference 2561.80 as a radiant light source and as a rescue cable with a grappling hook.

Pierce Brosnan remains faithful to the Omega Seamaster in his fourth adventure. This chronometer saves 007’s life in Die Another Day thanks to an explosive charge in its helium valve that can be detonated via the bezel. A powerful laser in the watch’s crown serves Bond well in his battle against the evildoer Gustav Graves.

Omega Seamaster Professional, Ref. 2531.80 The James Bond Blu-Ray Collection © 2015 Danjaq, LLC and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios INC. TM Danjaq, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Die Another Day

2006 James Bond loves variety, so when Daniel Craig debuts as everyone’s favorite secret agent in a big-screen adaptation of Casino Royale, he alternately wears an Omega Seamaster Diver 300M (Ref. 2220.80) and a Seamaster Planet Ocean (Ref. 2900.50.91).

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2008 It seems as though Bond needs an exceedingly watertight watch in Quantum of Solace. His Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 600M (Reference 2201.50) reliably resists pressure at great depths.

Omega Seamaster Planet Ocean 600m, Ref. 2201.50

2012 James Bond wears several watches in Skyfall, including one that was specially built for this film and which Christie’s auctioned for nearly 200,000 euros in 2012. Bond’s Seamaster Planet Ocean 600M has a titanium case, unlike the serially manufactured version, which is stainless steel. Both are fitted with Caliber 8500.

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2015 In the most recent Bond adventure, Spectre, Daniel Craig returned to the screen, this time wearing an Omega Seamaster 300 Spectre, which alludes to a predecessor from the 1960s. He also sported an Omega Seamaster Aqua Terra in the opening sequence.

Omega Seamaster 300 Spectre Limited Edition

This article originally appeared in WatchTime magazine.

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