Bond wins, rescues Octopussy in cliff-hanger finale.
Hot Air Balloon MI6 - Q Branch Skyship 500 'G-BIHN' which was on a promotional tour after its participation in the opening ceremony of the 1984 Olympic Games.
Italy: SPeciale Esecutivo per Controspionaggio, Terrorismo, Ritorsioni e Estorsioni in English: SPecial Executive for Counter-intelligence, Terrorism, Retaliation and Extortion, because "revenge" in is translated "vendetta".
As usual, Bond is on the run from the bad guys.
Stowed in a hangar bay aboard Disco Volante and used by Largo's scuba crew every time the bombs must be transported to or from the yacht, it also features handholds for the external carriage of several more divers in addition to the 2-man crew , 6 forward-firing spear guns and 2 headlights.
Another is owned by the Ian Fleming Foundation.
It has no special modifications.
The DB5 was so popular that it was featured in a medley of Bond films that include Thunderball, Goldeneye, Tomorrow Never Dies, Casino Royale, and Skyfall.
Hong Kong Police Boat No.
|No premiered||Professor Ladislav Kutze Thunderball, defected — last seen jumping into ocean with lifebuoy|
|We're not spoiling anything here by disclosing that it is driven by one of the villains in the film -- that much was made clear in the trailer||Bleaker Flying School Stolen by Bond escaping from Kananga's henchmen in a chase through Bleaker's hangar|
|OS is a fictional registration prefix||1958 Ali Kerim Bey Kerim's son chauffers Bond from in this car|
|4 seconds, in a straight line the C-X75 should be able to smoke the Aston with all of that electric torque, but that would be too easy||Why is it in the film? A Rolls cameos briefly in Thunderball as a background vehicle|
|Of course, this hi-tech car wouldn't be complete without its usual fanfare: torpedoes, target-seeking shotguns, an ejector seat and other goodies||Edizioni del Faro|