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Diamonds Are Forever DVD cover.

Movie (1971)

Starring:
Sean Connery (James Bond)
Charles Gray (Ernst Stavro Blofeld)
Bernard Lee (M)
Joseph Furst (Prof. Dr. Metz)
Jill St. John (Tiffany Case)
Lana Wood (Plenty O´Toole)

After having killed Blofeld in Mexico, James Bond goes after a diamond smuggling ring. He soon realizes that his archenemy Blofeld came back...

Also from this series:
James Bond films

Hughes 500

In South Africa, one member of the diamond smuggling ring, named Joe, gets a case from Mr. Wint and Mr. Kidd. As he flies over the desert, the helicopter explodes, because in the case was a bomb.

DAFHughes 500.jpg

British Hovercraft Corporation SR.N4 Mk I

Work on the SR.N4 began in 1965 at Saunders-Roe, a year before the company has merged with Vickers Supermarine.
Princess Margaret was the first to enter commercial service with Seaspeed in August 1968. On 30 March 1985 the Princess Margaret was blown onto a breakwater at Dover and four passengers were killed.

007diams SR-N4.jpg
007diams PrincessM.jpg

Boeing 707-430

James Bond, Tiffany Case, Mr. Wint and Mr. Kidd travel from Amsterdam to Los Angeles with this 707 from Lufthansa seen at Los Angeles International Airport.

Boeing 707-430 of Lufthansa.

Bell 206 JetRanger

When they fly to Blofeld's oilrig to help Bond, Felix Leiter and Willard Whyte use Whyte´s private helicopter.

DAFBell 206 JetRanger.jpg

Bell UH-1 Iroquois

In the squadron of US Marines helicopters are some UH-1 Iroquois. One of them gets shot down by Blofeld´s anti-aircraft-guns on the oilrig.

DAFBell UH-1 Iroquise.jpg

Hughes AH-6 Little Bird

In the squadron of US Marines helicopters are some OH-6 with rocket launchers. One of them gets shot down.

Show with Marine markings despite the Marines never operating the type.


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