- Ken Adam's war room set in "Dr Strangelove"
- Derek Flint's ring tone/ Z.O.W.I.E. chief Cramden (Lee J Cobb) hotline to the President.
- The black armchairs in the Pentagon in "You Only Live Twice" (Ken Adam again)
- Use of split screens (circa 1968, e.g. "The Thomas Crown Affair", "The Boston Strangler")
- Saul Bass credits e.g. "Spartacus", "Walk on the Wildside"
- The interior of Robert Mitchum's private jet in "What A Way To Go!"(1964)
- Michael Caine's glasses in the Harry Palmer films
- The multi-level set in Jerry Lewis's "The Ladies Man" (1961)
- The first 10 minutes of "Goldfinger" (1964)
- Dr No's underwater living quarters (complete with recently stolen Goya painting)
Wednesday, 20 August 2014
Friday, 15 August 2014
- The sheik's (Eames) executive lounge chair atop his hydrofoil in "Modesty Blaise" (1966)
- The swivel (Eames again?) chair Derek Flint straddles in the poster for "Our Man Flint" (1965)
- The chaise longue James Bond is dropped into, falling from a chute in the Tokyo underground (Tanaka's HQ) "You Only Live Twice" (1967)
- Blofeld's super wide supervillain wing chair in his volcano lair (accurately lampooned in the Austin Powers trilogy).
- The tan leather armchairs in the Pentagon in "You Only Live Twice" (Ken Adam again). 1967 was the high water mark for cool movie chairs.
Saturday, 9 August 2014
- Was It Worth It? (anthemic)
- Left To My Own Devices (How can you resist: "Che Guevara and Debussy to a disco beat"?)
- Dreaming of the Queen
- Heart (Sir Ian McKellen plays a randy vampire in the video)
- Love Comes Quickly
- Opportunity (Let's Make Lots of Money)
- Love, etc.
- Two Divided by Zero