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Dr. No, Movie, 1962 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Ian Fleming's Dr. No [James Bond]
  • James Bond 007 jagt Dr. No (Germany)
  • Agente 007 contra el doctor No (Spain)
  • James Bond contre Docteur No (France)
  • Agente 007 - Licenza di uccidere (Italy)


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G-MANN UK

2008-10-06 20:13

[Image: drno4.jpg] [Image: drno2di7.8661.jpg]

-- Last edit: 2012-09-05 02:31:24

chris40 UK

2012-03-18 20:27

Yellow car, parked left of the Chevrolet El Camino: 1958 Oldsmobile.
Silver sedan parked on the left: Mercedes-Benz ‘Ponton’? utility-vehicle on the right: Morris Minor 1000 (I think) Traveller.
White coupé (Studebaker ?) (I think so) and red van right of it: Austin/Morris/BMC 250JU, 1967-74 under different brands.
Yellow trucks behind the funeral coach: Leyland Comet 90s, 1947+; and a grey sedan on the left: Ford Prefect [100E], 1954-7.
White sedan parked next to the tree on the left: Ford Consul Mk.II [204E], 1957+.
Yellow car parked behind a tree on the right: Sunbeam Rapier Mk.I, 1955-8?
Blue and white taxi right of the Chevrolet Bel Air: Morris Oxford Mk.V [ADO9M] 1959-61, minivan in front of it: Commer 1500?
Black and yellow taxi behind the white Alfa Romeo and Black sedan with vinyl-roof, left of the Sunbeam: They might both be Standard Ensigns, 1956-63.


-- Last edit: 2012-03-18 21:46:58

CougarTim US

2012-03-18 23:29

Yellow car, parked left of the Chevrolet El Camino: 1958 Pontiac, actually

maxman CA

2012-08-26 08:28

IMFDB has an image of the Bel Air's interior (as the driver reaches for a Browning HiPower).

It's a manual.

[Image: oaq.jpg]

-- Last edit: 2012-08-26 08:42:16

Ingo DE

2012-08-26 12:14

Funny early cup-"holder" on the glovebox-lid. :)
Well, at European cars, expecially those, which weren't planned for the export to America, they hadn't changed that much until now. Even nowadays it happens, that European constructors just forget to think about this, for Americans so important, feature.

antp BE

2013-02-18 20:52

Received by e-mail from Bernard M.:

Quote
I am not sure but I think a Jaguar XK (140 or 150 ?) is in the first movie (1962). I join you two photograhs of it (The red car). Could you be so kind to help me to find this : 140 or 150 or other vehicule ? Thank you very much.

[Image: image1.jpg] [Image: image2.jpg]

PS : In the Kingston’s streets, at the beginning, we can also see a Chevrolet (Impala 1961 ?) crossing (Behind the “Tree Blind Mice” who are crossing the Market Place !) Also, when the Hearse (Lassalle, 1939) is going away after the murder of the british agent, in Queen’s Club, we have a blue vehicule parked behind the Green Cadillac 1955. I can’t identify it. This vehicule vanished when the Hearse has finished it’s turn around the tree.


Can someone help? :)

dsl SX

2013-02-18 22:10

The red car in the photos is XK 140 or 150, but the angle of view does not allow them to be separated; both had the double girder bumper shown. Much more interesting in the same photos is the yellow-on-white Sunbeam Rapier S1.

Robi DE

2013-02-24 17:27

The Chevrolet passing behind the assasins is a 1960 Biscayne.

Dave84 EN

2013-06-13 17:17

Anyone know what the light blue convertible in front of the black Chevrolet Bel Air is? Maybe a Mk2 Ford Consul convertible?

http://pics.imcdb.org/3985/blauweiestaxiundgrnerminivan.jpg

Seem to be a lot of Ford Mk2 consuls in this film. Back of a light blue sedan and green sedan feature in this picture

http://pics.imcdb.org/3985/hellblauesauto.3.jpg


I can see a maroon Mk2 Ford Zephyr in piture below due to the different front grill

http://pics.imcdb.org/3985/blauerpickup.1.jpg

FRWL FR

2014-03-05 16:12

Many thanks to Robi for the additional photos and informations about the Leyland Comet and the 1960 Chevrolet Biscayne. You are absolutly right ! But, I am not completly sure about the Ford Prefect 1954. The body shape, just above the rear wheel, make me think more to a "Standard Vanguard" (1958). These cars were also frequently used by the RAF staff and the color might match). It's, of course, not so important and we cannot see the vehicule very well. But it's a 1962 picture and those movies are now "History".

Robi DE

2015-02-06 14:48

Important Queston:
Shouldn't all the American cars are marked as "Built in Canada"? Although they are LHD, Jamaica was a British colony, and is a member of the Commonwealth until now, and AFAIK, nearly every American car exported to a Commonwealth country was built in Canada.

jettalover US

2015-02-07 03:02

ingo: My '88 Chevy S10 Blazer had those "cup holder" indents on the back of the glovebox door. Flawed design only meant to be used if the vehicle is stationary.

Ingo DE

2015-02-07 21:14

jettalover wrote ingo: My '88 Chevy S10 Blazer had those "cup holder" indents on the back of the glovebox door. Flawed design only meant to be used if the vehicle is stationary.

This is the usual type of cup holders in European cars. Cup holders, which can be used while driving, are typical American. The cup holders in my Vauxhall Vectra and also in my previous Opel Omega are placed in the center console, are also slightly deeper, that a cup can be placed - but if you would make a hard braking, the beverage would splash into the dashboard, especially the radio and the AC. Not good.

Robi DE

2016-03-11 10:15

[*] vehicles; feel free to comment about unknown and/or worth-to-add cars.

unknown (four busses)
[Image: drno_kingston1.jpg]

1960 Chevrolet Biscayne
[Image: drno_chevrolet1.jpg]

1959 Morris Oxford
unknown (white car behind the blue Oxford)
[Image: drno_morris1.jpg]

1958 Pontiac (probably Canadian)
[Image: drno_pontiac1.jpg]

1955 Jaguar XK 140
[Image: drno_jaguar1.jpg]

Jaguar unknown (white car behind the Mercedes)
Morris unknown (on the right)
[Image: drno_mercedes1.jpg]

unknown (red van on the right)
[Image: drno_kingston2.jpg]

unknown (car on the left)
[Image: drno_kingston3.jpg]

unknown (car on the left, behind the Ford Consul)
[Image: drno_kingston4.jpg]

Sunbeam Rapier
[Image: drno_sunbeam1.jpg]

1959 Dodge D-100
[Image: drno_dodge1.jpg]

unknown (car on the right, behind the red Ford Zephyr)
[Image: drno_kingston5.jpg]

unknown (white car, parked between the girl's heads)
unknown (black car, parked left of the Volkswagen behind the red Ford Zephyr)
[Image: drno_kingston6.jpg]

Land-Rover unknown (parked on the left)
unknown (red/white car, parked on the left)
[Image: drno_landrover1.jpg]

Volkswagen unknown
Morris unknown (passing behind Sean Connery)
unknown (car parked left of the VW)
[Image: drno_volkswagen1.jpg]

unknown (light blue car, parked behind the white Ford Anglia)
[Image: drno_kingston7.1.jpg]

unknown (green van)
unknown (blue van)
unknown (Opel/Vauxhall-like car on the right)
[Image: drno_kingston8.jpg]

unknown (black car on the left)
[Image: drno_kingston9.jpg]

Land-Rover unknown
unknown (black car left of the Land-Rover)
[Image: drno_landrover2.jpg]

unknown (car parked on the right)
[Image: drno_kingston10.jpg]

-- Last edit: 2016-03-11 10:16:08

Dmitry_P RU

2018-06-09 19:04

R.I.P. Eunice Gayson [Image: dfql9yex4aet9qkjpglarge.jpg]

night cub US

2018-08-09 05:37

@Robi - Why are you adding cars that you already put in the comments? Do you enjoy rejection?

Ken-san EN

2019-05-09 13:24

The "unknown Morris" passing behind Sean Connery is a Morris Minor Traveller, with structural wooden body frame. I believe that JB is dropped off at his hotel in a Morris Minor convertible, but would have to see the film again to be sure. I will update you if I do!

Ken-san EN

2019-05-09 13:34

There are two Ford Prefects here, the 4-door predecessor to the many Ford Anglias on show. There is a green Prefect in the picture with the Leyland Comet truck; and a black one, the unknown car in the picture with the Land Rover.

Lateef NO

2020-10-31 13:36

RIP Sean Connery :( What a terrible year.

Gamer DE

2020-10-31 13:42

Whaaaaat?

Baube QC

2020-10-31 15:37

RIP Sean Connery :( ...

can we just fast forward to 2021 ? ..

-- Last edit: 2020-10-31 17:36:51

night cub US

2020-10-31 17:25

:(

rjluna2 US

2020-10-31 17:45

What?!? :(

johnfromstaffs EN

2020-10-31 17:59

Well, he was 90.

130rapid PL

2020-10-31 20:46

Farewell...

They are planning some extra movie in Heaven.

-- Last edit: 2020-10-31 20:48:49

train68 US

2020-12-29 02:28

Rest in peace, Sean Connery.

SixtiesSwing US

2022-02-05 19:57

robi wrote Important Queston:
Shouldn't all the American cars are marked as "Built in Canada"? Although they are LHD, Jamaica was a British colony, and is a member of the Commonwealth until now, and AFAIK, nearly every American car exported to a Commonwealth country was built in Canada.

An interesting issue, but no, all American-branded cars in the Commonwealth were not necesarily built in Canada. New cars at lower price points that sold in the Commonwealth such as Chevrolet and Pontiac models were often sourced through Canadian factories to avoid tarriffs. The Pontiac Laurentian and Parisienne models were specific to Canada, and would be the easiest models to visually identify as manufacturered in Canada. I can't be sure, but I am not confident that both the '61 Impala models used for Felix Leiter's car were necessarily Canada market models, but I leave that determination to an expert. Wikipedia often lists the assembly plants of each car model and generation, so it may be possible to determine (by process of elimination) where it was NOT built.

As best I can recall of the GM lineup, all Oldsmobile, Buick and Cadillac models in the 1960s were built in the USA (with the exception of kits assembled at plants in Australia, New Zealand, Switzerland, Belgium, and even the Philippines (check out the Yutivo Camaro!). Cadillac did not have any manufacturing in Canada until decades later (the only model that comes to mind offhand was the recent XTS that was a cousin to the Chevrolet Impala built in Oshawa.) There are a handful of Cadillac models seen at the Kingston Airport car park and at the Queens Club lot, and if you could afford a Cadillac, something as inconvenient as a high price / an import tax isn't likely to phase the wealthy buyer.

Roger Moore's TV show "The Saint" was an interest I developed after Bond, and there are various American cars that appear throughout the series. Many of the cars depicted in the British-made production are actually American, and not Canadian-built models. A book about the show quoted the production manager Johnny Goodman explaining that many cars in the show were sourced from an US Airbase at Ruislip located near the studio at Elstree. Indeed, I have noticed in a couple of screengrabs of American cars in "The Saint" that the bumpers have a sticker on the top of the left side of the bumper that I am pretty confident is a US Air Force Department of defense sticker such as one that was affixed to my car. One car with this sticker is the 1961 Chrysler New Yorker that Simon Templar drives in "Montreal" as seen in the 1963 episode "Judith". The 1961 New Yorker was built in one of three US plants, and I don't know if that was even a model sold in Canada as Chrysler Canada had a different lineup of modles than the US at the time. In the same episode, Simon swerves to avoid being accidently hit by the epynomous Judith (Julie Christie) who is driving a 1963 Pontiac LeMans, which, again, I do not think was sold by Canadian Pontiac dealers that had the Acadian line with Beaumont to follow the next year.

electra225 IT

2022-05-31 20:52

sixtiesswing wrote
An interesting issue, but no, all American-branded cars in the Commonwealth were not necesarily built in Canada. New cars at lower price points that sold in the Commonwealth such as Chevrolet and Pontiac models were often sourced through Canadian factories to avoid tarriffs. The Pontiac Laurentian and Parisienne models were specific to Canada, and would be the easiest models to visually identify as manufacturered in Canada. I can't be sure, but I am not confident that both the '61 Impala models used for Felix Leiter's car were necessarily Canada market models, but I leave that determination to an expert. Wikipedia often lists the assembly plants of each car model and generation, so it may be possible to determine (by process of elimination) where it was NOT built.

As best I can recall of the GM lineup, all Oldsmobile, Buick and Cadillac models in the 1960s were built in the USA (with the exception of kits assembled at plants in Australia, New Zealand, Switzerland, Belgium, and even the Philippines (check out the Yutivo Camaro!). Cadillac did not have any manufacturing in Canada until decades later (the only model that comes to mind offhand was the recent XTS that was a cousin to the Chevrolet Impala built in Oshawa.) There are a handful of Cadillac models seen at the Kingston Airport car park and at the Queens Club lot, and if you could afford a Cadillac, something as inconvenient as a high price / an import tax isn't likely to phase the wealthy buyer.


Very interesting. I know that Canadian Buicks existed between 1951 and 1953 only. There was a sort of "Special Custom" series north of the bordar.
About Chryslers, in 1961 The New Yorker was the very same in both countries, but the nwe US Newport was still called Windsor in Canada and the '61 US Winsor had the old name Saratoga in Canada.
In the mid.60s the 300 was called Saratofa 300 in Canada. I am writing what I rear long ago in what I consider one of the best bokks about US cars of that era, the one of the Crestline series published in 70s andprobably written by George Damman.
Roger Moore's TV show "The Saint" was an interest I developed after Bond, and there are various American cars that appear throughout the series. Many of the cars depicted in the British-made production are actually American, and not Canadian-built models. A book about the show quoted the production manager Johnny Goodman explaining that many cars in the show were sourced from an US Airbase at Ruislip located near the studio at Elstree. Indeed, I have noticed in a couple of screengrabs of American cars in "The Saint" that the bumpers have a sticker on the top of the left side of the bumper that I am pretty confident is a US Air Force Department of defense sticker such as one that was affixed to my car. One car with this sticker is the 1961 Chrysler New Yorker that Simon Templar drives in "Montreal" as seen in the 1963 episode "Judith". The 1961 New Yorker was built in one of three US plants, and I don't know if that was even a model sold in Canada as Chrysler Canada had a different lineup of modles than the US at the time. In the same episode, Simon swerves to avoid being accidently hit by the epynomous Judith (Julie Christie) who is driving a 1963 Pontiac LeMans, which, again, I do not think was sold by Canadian Pontiac dealers that had the Acadian line with Beaumont to follow the next year.

electra225 IT

2022-05-31 20:59

I recall a '58 Edsel in the very first shot of this movie. The sacar was visible by the rear just at the time the three blind criminals begun to be in sight.

Baube QC

2022-07-12 09:29

RIP Monty Norman, composer of one of the most known movies themes .. :(

-- Last edit: 2022-07-12 09:30:21

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