Order with total confidence from rare images ..." your leading source for rare & one-of-a-kind Hollywood movie star photos" We offer superior quality, 1st class service & the finest selection on the Planet! Serving millions of satisfied customers since 1975! A James Bond RARE PHOTO EXCLUSIVE! Now available for the first time ever! These "never-before-seen" candid production shots capture very rare moments during the filming of Goldfinger (1964). They are the most important and significant discovery to surface in the last 20 years! Now all yours for the taking at a small fraction of their original cost! These extraordinary press photographs were never released to the general public... sent only to members of the US & Foreign media. Once these images are sold out... that's it for good! Sean Connery, Honor Blackman, Shirley Eaton, Gert Frobe
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Directed by Guy Hamilton is an extremely rare "behind the scenes" wide angle candid image featuring the world famous scene w Sean Connery (James Bond) wakes up hours later... after receiving a powerful karate chop to the base of his skull from an unknown assailant. Right now, a woman from the wardrobe department is fixing Shirley Eaton's (Jill Masterson) robe. She is lying nude on the bed as Connery looks on. They are rehearsing the scene when Bond wakes up and enters Jill's bedroom in the Fontainbleau Hotel in Miami Beach. 007 finds her lying dead on the bed topless, wearing only panties, completely covered in gold paint. In reality, neither Connery or Shirley actually step foot in the USA!! This scene was shot in one of the sound stages in Pinewood Studios, UK. You can clearly make out the press photographers in the background. They have all shown up from around the world to document this very important scene! JUST in case you did not know... A- To remove the gold paint from all over her body, Shirley Eaton was scrubbed down by the wardrobe mistress and the make-up girl, and then had to sweat off the remaining gold in a number of Turkish baths.
B- Jill Masterson ( Shirley Eaton ) dies of "skin suffocation" by being coated in gold, a complication that, despite popular belief, has no basis in fact. The belief depends on the incorrect supposition that respiration occurs, at least in part, through the skin, a fallacy that has been discredited in scientific circles since the Renaissance. Despite periodic debunking in the popular media (especially noteworthy is a 1978 column of the syndicated newspaper feature, "The Straight Dope", and a 2003 episode of the Discovery Channel series, "MythBusters" (2003)), a widespread belief in the myth of "skin suffocation" still exists. The myth was further bolstered by rumors that Shirley Eaton had actually died on set from asphyxiation due to the gold paint.
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The actual (8x10) photo is incredibly sharp & crystal clear with no color distortion! ATTENTION all 007 rare photo collectorsâe¦ Read this information very carefully! These extremely rare & original photographerâe(tm)s proofs from Goldfinger are the single most important discovery in rare James Bond images to surface in the last 20 years! You are seeing these historically significant production shots, taken on the set of Goldfinger (1964), for the first time ever! This is your opportunity to own a very important piece of classic James Bond cinema history! We purchased these from the private archives of a retired film critic. John told us that he had sets of these extraordinary photographs specially developed for him12 years agoâe¦ from the original press photographerâe(tm)s transparencies. The photographer was hired by Eon to take still photos on the set of the actual movie. He was going to send the other 2 sets to Los Angeles and France. These visually stunning images were going to be used in 3 separ...
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