THE MAN WITH THE GOLDEN TOUCH
Saturday 17 May 1997
Though Healey's Bond trivia seems scant for an alleged aficionado (after a long pause, he reckons his favourite film of the series is Live and Let Die, which he "thinks" stars Sean Connery), a week-long induction course should let him know the difference between Cubby and purple sprouting Broccoli.
Thus equipped, special agent Healy will be directing visitors around the display, no doubt making sure they don't lightfinger any of the priceless exhibits, which include the Aston Martin DB5 from Goldeneye, Jaws's steel teeth from The Spy Who Loved Me, Rosa Klebb's flick-knife shoe from From Russia With Love and the jet plane from Octopussy. Visitors can follow different aspects of Bond's suave career, ranging from "women" and "Martinis" to "casinos" and, of course, "Q's gadgets".
Royal Armouries Museum, Leeds (0990 106666), from 23 May to 31 Aug
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