|TGV Cinema's Spectre combos.|
The not-so inconspicuous International Spy Museum is located in downtown Washington D.C. just north of the F.B.I. Building.
Floorplans of the museum; coloured & numbered zones refer to the exhibits.
Jaguar product placement in 2002's Die Another Day.
Don't let these “teeth” dig in. The Sea Vac drill torperdo from James Bond's 1997 Tomorrow Never Dies.
Sample cover identities for infiltration missions into foreign countries.
Exhibits for the “Argo” cover to rescue U.S. Diplomats trapped in Tehran.
|Spy camera collection.|
|Hidden camera in cigarette box.|
|Mini micro-dot camera.|
|Concealed micro-camera in jacket button.|
|Bug collection, not the insect variety.|
|Advances in bug technology.|
|The fake tree stump bug.|
|Really great camouflage... no none wants to pick up that $#!+!|
|Lock picking skills to access hard to get places.|
|Once you have the secrets, it needs to be delivered to HQ. Shoes with hidden containers in heels are probably why airport security now X-ray footwear.|
|Sometimes secret messages are in plain sight, just not visible without the right tools.|
|How to smuggle people in a car.|
|The most secure place in the human body for hiding stuff.|
|Be suspicious when someone chews on their glasses.|
|Hidden weapons for assassinations or as tool of last resort to escape.|
|Cigarettes will kill you... literally!|
|Looks like that weapon used by the Alien Bounty Hunter in the X-Files.|
James Bond in his MI6-modified Aston Martin thwarts Goldfinger (1964).
|Hidden machine guns.|
|These tires will screw you.|
CIA recruitment advertisement to be a photographer.
Ninjas were deployed in feudal Japan for intelligence gathering.
100 years ago pigeons with cameras provided aerial reconnaissance.
The latest Tom Hanks movie Bridge of Spies was based on this actual incident.
Spies behind the German lines during WW2.
Origins of 007.
There's always money making opportunities in merchandising for popular franchises.
Spectre headquarters sign under guise of “The International Centre for Assitance to Displaced Persons” in Thunderball (1965)
Representation of Spectre's volcano lair for Bond's nemesis, Ernst Stavro Blofeld.
The post Cold War era challenged Bond with numerous castoffs like ex-KGB agents.
Outstanding visual effects in outer space of Moonraker (1979) ranked it as the highest grossing Bond movie until Goldeneye (1995).
The jaws worn by Jaws, played by the late Richard Kiel. Apparently he could only wear these jaws for 30 seconds at a time.
Gustav Graves, played by Toby Stephens, attempts to reunited North Korea with the south by force in Die Another Day (2002).
|Graves "sleep" mask.|
Costumes worn by the bad girls of Bond (left to right): Miranda Frost (Die Another Day 2002), Xenia Onatopp (Goldeneye 1995).
Try your hand at disarming a bomb.
This era's New World Disorder brings about evil schemes in the pursuit of wealth at the lethal expense of others.