“Exquisitely Evil” at the International Spy Museum

An international film poster from one of the earliest James Bond films, “Dr. No,” which came out in 1962. Photograph by Andrew Propp.
The dinner jacket worn by Bond villain Maximillian Largo, played by Klaus Maria Brandauer, in 1965’s “Thunderball.” Photograph by Andrew Propp.
The titular weapon from 1974’s “The Man With the Golden Gun,” starring Roger Moore as Bond. Photograph by Andrew Propp.
The typewriter that belonged to author Ian Fleming, who created the character of James Bond. Photograph by Andrew Propp.
One of the interactive features in the special James Bond exhibition at the International Spy Museum. Photograph by Andrew Propp.
A buzz saw got very close to Sean Connery’s private parts in one of his Bond films. Photograph by Andrew Propp.
Sharks play a major role in 1965’s “Thunderball.” This interactive simulation will have museum-goers jumping. Photograph by Andrew Propp.
The metal teeth worn by Jaws in 1977’s “The Spy Who Loved Me,” starring Roger Moore. Photograph by Andrew Propp.
A costume worn by Xenia Onatopp in “Goldeneye,” which came out in 1995 and starred Pierce Brosnan as Bond. Photograph by Andrew Propp.
Prop artifacts used in the ninja attack in “You Only Live Twice,” part of the James Bond exhibition at the International Spy Museum. Photograph by Andrew Propp.
Cars always play an important role in James Bond films. Photograph by Andrew Propp.
Komodo dragons feature in the new Bond film, “Skyfall.” Photograph by Andrew Propp.

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