These genuine 'Goldfinger' lobby cards are perfect for a Bond enthusiast and have been simply but elegantly framed in black wood. Each still measures 24cm x 19cm and includes an extensive list of movie credits, with the outer frame measuring a substantial 86cm tall x 43cm wide. They have been mounted behind museum-grade ultra-violet resistant glass.
Released in 1964, Goldfinger was the 3rd instalment in the James Bond series and starred Sean Connery as MI6's iconic super spy. Honor Blackman also starred, playing 'Pussy Galore' and the film's plot has Bond investigating gold smuggling by gold magnate Auric Goldfinger and eventually uncovering Goldfinger's plans to contaminate the US Bullion Depository.
The release of the film led to a number of promotional licensed tie-in items, including a model Aston Martin DB5 which became the biggest selling toy of 1964. Probably just as well, because the film's total budget exceeded that of the two previous films combined.
The framing was carried by Ottewill Art in Bury St Edmunds, a member of the Trade Guild of commended framers, and their fine work does justice to this significant piece of movie history.