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The Living Daylights 1987 - Timothy Dalton Iskallt Uppdrag

James Bond Gunnar Schäfer to Gibraltar rock from James Bond 007 museum in Sweden Nybro, by Norwegian 29 April

James Bond Gunnar Schäfer to Gibraltar from the James Bond 007 Museum in Sweden Nybro travel with Norwegian Air to Malaga from Copenhagen to make a reportage.from opening scene in The Living Daylights 1987
The Living Daylights location: the training exercise: Rock of Gibraltar

The Living Daylights location: the training exercise: Rock of Gibraltar

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 Filming on the Upper Rock The opening title sequence to The Living Daylights (1987) was filmed on Gibraltar. It was the fifteenth entry in the James Bond film series and the first to star Timothy Dalton as 007 James Bond. The film’s title was taken from Ian Fleming’s short story, “The Living Daylights“. It was the last film to use the title of an Ian Fleming story until the 2006 installment Casino Royale.

The opening NATO exercise teaser, infiltrated by the Russians, was filmed mostly on the Upper Rock. Situated on the southern tip of Spain, Gibraltar has been British territory (and a British naval base) since 1713. Less than 15 miles from the coast of Morocco, the rocky outcrop was known as one of the two ‘Pillars of Hercules’ – the headlands either side of the Strait of Gibraltar, the narrow neck separating Europe from Africa, which provides the only link between the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. The rock is inhabited by Barbary apes (which are actually monkeys) – the only monkeys native to Europe. The inevitable legend has it that once the ‘apes’ leave, the British will leave.

Filming on the Upper Rock

Principal photography commenced at Gibraltar on 17th September 1986. Aerial stuntmen B.J. Worth and Jake Lombard performed to the pre-credits parachute jump. Both the terrain and wind were unfavourable. Consideration was given to the stunt being done using cranes but aerial stunts arranger B.J. Worth stuck to skydiving and completed the scenes in a day. The aircraft used for the jump was a C-130 Hercules, which in the film had M’s office installed in the aircraft cabin. The initial point of view for the scene shows M in what appears to be his usual London office, but the camera then zooms out to reveal that it is, in fact, inside an aircraft. Although marked as a Royal Air Force aircraft, the one in shot belonged to the Spanish Air Force and was used again later in the film for the Afghanistan sequences this time in “Russian” markings.

Ian Fleming spent World War II in naval intelligence – and biographers have charted how his experiences inspired him to create many of 007′s finest adventures

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James Bond and Gibraltar: Filming The Living Daylights

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James Bond lives where?
The name’s Bond. Gunnar Bond. Licensed to… operate a Bond museum above a car-parts shop in Nybro.

he glamorous destination is a staple of the James Bond movie. But my quest for 007 has led me to the small Swedish city of Nybro, population 13,000, and to an auto shop on an industrial estate. When I arrive, snowflakes still melting on my clothes, I enter to find the place deserted and silent. I decide to take a look around. On the left-hand side of the garage space are shelves stacked with regular car accessories: brake disks, replacement headlamps, plastic bottles of motor oil and the like. Over on the other side of the room, however, things get considerably more interesting – there are martini glasses, packs of playing cards, bottles of aftershave, books, posters and other items of merchandise, every little bit of it etched, emblazoned, stamped or printed with a 007™ logo. Engrossed in all the Bond paraphenalia, I’m startled when a figure appears at the back of the workshop, scaring the living daylights out of me. It’s Bond. I resist the urge to say I’ve been expecting him, and stretch out my hand in greeting. This is the man formerly known as Gunnar Schäfer, but following a

 

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James Bond and Gibraltar: Filming The Living Daylights 

James Bond Gunnar Schäfer to Gibraltar rock there the Bondmovie The Living Daylights opening scene took place from James Bond 007 museum in Sweden Nybro

James Bond Gunnar Schäfer to Gibraltar from the James Bond 007 Museum in Sweden Nybro travel with Norwegian Air to Malaga from Copenhagen to make a reportage.from opening scene in  

The opening NATO exercise teaser, infiltrated by the Russians, was filmed mostly on the Upper Rock. Situated on the southern tip of Spain, Gibraltar has been British territory (and a British naval base) since 1713. Less than 15 miles from the coast of Morocco, the rocky outcrop was known as one of the two ‘Pillars of Hercules’ – the headlands either side of the Strait of Gibraltar, the narrow neck separating Europe from Africa, which provides the only link between the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. The rock is inhabited by Barbary apes (which are actually monkeys) – the only monkeys native to Europe. The inevitable legend has it that once the ‘apes’ leave, the British will leave. 
 
 
James Bond Gunnar Schäfer to Gibraltar rock from James Bond 007 museum in Sweden Nybro, 29 April 2013

James Bond and Gibraltar: Filming The Living Daylights
The Living Daylights 1987 
Timothy Dalton
Iskallt Uppdrag
Filming on the Upper Rock

Filming on the Upper Rock

 

 Filming on the Upper Rock The opening title sequence to The Living Daylights (1987) was filmed on Gibraltar. It was the fifteenth entry in the James Bond film series and the first to star Timothy Dalton as 007 James Bond. The film’s title was taken from Ian Fleming’s short story, “The Living Daylights“. It was the last film to use the title of an Ian Fleming story until the 2006 installment Casino Royale.

The opening NATO exercise teaser, infiltrated by the Russians, was filmed mostly on the Upper Rock. Situated on the southern tip of Spain, Gibraltar has been British territory (and a British naval base) since 1713. Less than 15 miles from the coast of Morocco, the rocky outcrop was known as one of the two ‘Pillars of Hercules’ – the headlands either side of the Strait of Gibraltar, the narrow neck separating Europe from Africa, which provides the only link between the Atlantic Ocean and the Mediterranean Sea. The rock is inhabited by Barbary apes (which are actually monkeys) – the only monkeys native to Europe. The inevitable legend has it that once the ‘apes’ leave, the British will leave.

Filming on the Upper Rock

Principal photography commenced at Gibraltar on 17th September 1986. Aerial stuntmen B.J. Worth and Jake Lombard performed to the pre-credits parachute jump. Both the terrain and wind were unfavourable. Consideration was given to the stunt being done using cranes but aerial stunts arranger B.J. Worth stuck to skydiving and completed the scenes in a day. The aircraft used for the jump was a C-130 Hercules, which in the film had M’s office installed in the aircraft cabin. The initial point of view for the scene shows M in what appears to be his usual London office, but the camera then zooms out to reveal that it is, in fact, inside an aircraft. Although marked as a Royal Air Force aircraft, the one in shot belonged to the Spanish Air Force and was used again later in the film for the Afghanistan sequences this time in “Russian” markings.

Ian Fleming spent World War II in naval intelligence – and biographers have charted how his experiences inspired him to create many of 007′s finest adventures

 

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Tanger  with James Bond and 2 Bondgirls                                                          Filming on the Upper Rock                                                                                Filming on the Upper Rock


James Bond and Gibraltar: Filming The Living Daylights

  The Gibraltar rock road as it looks today

 

The Living Daylights location: the training exercise: Rock of Gibraltar

The Living Daylights location: the training exercise: Rock of Gibraltar

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James Bond Gunnar Schäfer  avrives at the Gibraltar Rock, here on in front of the Airport.

James Bond Gunnar Schäfer to Gibraltar rock from James Bond 007 museum in 
Sweden Nybro,
29 April 2013

 Gibraltar Border
Gibraltar Border

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James Bond Gunnar Schäfer  avrives at the Gibraltar Rock, here on in front of the Airport.
James Bond Gunnar Schäfer  avrives at the Gibraltar Rock, here on in front of the Airport.

Gibraltar rock scene from Bond movie The Living Daylights 1987 Timothy Dalton as James Bond

 


James Bond Gunnar Schäfer  avrives at the Gibraltar Rock, here on in front of the Airport.
James Bond Gunnar Schäfer to Gibraltar rock from James Bond 007 museum in Sweden Nybro, 29 April 2013

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James Bond Gunnar Schäfer  avrives at the Gibraltar Rock, here on in front of the Airport.

James Bond Gunnar Schäfer to Gibraltar rock from James Bond 007 museum in Sweden Nybro, 29 April 2013

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World War 2 Tunnel James Bond Gunnar Schäfer World War 2 Tunnel James Bond Gunnar Schäfer

World War II Tunnels  World War 11 Tunnel James Bond Gunnar Schäfer

These tunnels were excavated during 1939-1944 by the Royal Engineers and a contingent of Canadian Engineers, and are an extension to The Great Siege Tunnels excavated during The Great Siege of 1779-83. The Rock is in fact honeycombed with a 32 mile-long network of tunnels. 

Licensed tour guides will take you on a tour lasting approximately 30 - 40 minutes.  Tour includes static exhibitions and photographic displays. Tours are running Monday to Saturday from 10:00 hours – 16:00 hours. Price for tour is £8.00. In order to access this attraction you will need to enter the Upper Rock Nature Reserve. ;The entrance fee for the Upper Rock attractions is £10 for adults and children aged 5-12 years is £5. This ticket includes access to St. Michael’s Cave, Apes’ Den, Great Siege Tunnels, Military Heritage Centre, Gibraltar A City under Siege Exhibition, Moorish Castle and 100 Ton Gun (Nelson’s Anchorage, Rosia Road)  Find out more about the World War II Tunnels. For further information please see the Directory listings.


The Cable Car

The Cable Car is one of the ways to the "Top of the Rock" and a must-see attraction for all visitors to Gibraltar. The journey takes passengers 412m above sea level in approximately 6 minutes offering spectacular views all the way. From the Top Station one has uninterrupted views southwards across the Strait of Gibraltar to Africa; westwards, of the City of Gibraltar and across the Bay to Algeciras; a birds eye view of Gibraltar airport and Spain to the north; and the blue expanse of the Mediterranean and the beaches and cities of the Costa del Sol to the east. Visitors can also pick up a bite to eat at the Top of the Rock snack bar and watch the apes get up to their tricks from the comfort of the air-conditioned inside viewing area.

Pocket Multimedia Tour: A personal state-of-the-art Interactive Multimedia Guide is available to all adult passengers on arrival at the Top Station, allowing passengers to gain an insight into Gibraltar's fascinating history whilst being guided around the Top Station terraces. The commentary is available in seven languages: English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Swedish and Portuguese and was the first of it's kind to be offered in Europe.

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The Cable Car runs continuously throughout the day, approximately every 10 minutes No reservation is required.


The Cable Car is the quickest and most memorable way to the Top of the Rock. 412m in just 6 mins! From there you will enjoy not only the company of the famous Barbary Apes but also the spectacular views. Within the top station complex you will find the Top of the Rock Café where you find snacks and drinks. If you are looking for that special gift pop into the shop where you will find a unique selection of souvenirs.
Scene from James Bond and Gibraltar: 
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 Filming on the Upper Rock Scene from James Bond and Gibraltar: 
Filming The Living Daylights
 

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Filming The Living Daylights

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   General Mason MAcFarlane  Prime Minister Winston Churchill.
General Mason MAcFarlane Prime Minister Winston Churchill.

Gibraltar Airport, Gibraltar. Landningsbanan är bara 1 800 meter lång och sträcker sig rakt ut i vattnet. Sekunden man rört vid marken måste piloterna börja bromsa.
Gibraltar Airport is located between a bustling city and a crashtastic mountain. Moreover, its 1800m long (short) runway intersects the Winston ...


I Love Gibraltar


Queen's Hotel Gibraltar

Sean Connery and Diane Cilento stayed at The Rock Hotel after a marriage ceremony in Gibraltar.
 On 20 March 1969, 

Weddings in Gibraltar
Gibraltar’s appeal as a romantic location is not new – during the 1950s Hollywood stars Lawrence Harvey and Margaret Leighton were one of the first high profile couples to ‘tie-the-knot’ on the Rock.

In 1969 the biggest media sensation was the marriage of John Lennon to Yoko Ono and soon after followed many celebrities, including James Bond, Sean Connery (who married on the Rock twice) and Roger Moore who chose Gibraltar for his honeymoon.

Timothy Dalton continued the Bond tradition and filmed a sequence on the Rock for The Living Daylights'.

 

 

The Rock Hotel has hosted numerous internationally renowned celebrities and a number of celebrity weddings. Bernard Montgomery and Dwight D. Eisenhower stayed at the hotel while they were planning the invasion of North Africa, and Winston Churchill and Errol Flynn also stayed here.

In April 1962, Sarah, the 47-year-old actress daughter of Churchill, was married to Thomas Touchet-Jesson, 23rd Baron Audley, in a civil ceremony at the Rock Hotel. Also in 1962, Sean Connery and Diane Cilento stayed at The Rock Hotel after a marriage ceremony in Gibraltar.
 On 20 March 1969, John Lennon and Yoko Ono exchanged their marriage vows in a room at the Rock Hotel where they were staying.



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   Sean Connery has been married twice. His first marriage ended in divorce. He has been married to artist Micheline Roquebrune since 1975.
Diane Cilento (g. 1962–1973, skilda)
Micheline Roquebrune (g. 1975–idag

Micheline Roquebrune (g. 1975–idag
Micheline Roquebrune (g. 1975–idag
 Diane Cilento (g. 1962–1973, skilda) Diane Cilento (g. 1962–1973, skilda)

 

 

 

A plane is landing at the Gibraltar airport. One of the most incredibly located airport in the world. 
There is a busy motorway running across the runway allowing cars to travel between Spanish city La Linea de la Concepcion and the British part Gibraltar.
The movie was shot from the nearby Rock of Gibraltar.
http://youtu.be/DJ5Wo5CteEA

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