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James Bond Down River (2000) Poster

(2000 TV Special)

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Thirty five boats were used to film the opening boat chase sequence for The World Is Not Enough (1999).
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The filming of the boat chase sequence for The World Is Not Enough (1999) was broadcast live over the Internet via webcam set up at specific points over the River Thames.
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The boat chase was not originally intended to be part of the opening sequence but test audiences indicated that the jump out of the window opener was not exciting enough. As such, the boat chase was brought forward and had to be shortened. As it is now, the Bilbao - Mi6 HQ - Boat Chase opener is still the longest pre-credits sequence ever in a James Bond movie.
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The opening sequence boat chase for The World Is Not Enough (1999) took seven weeks to shoot.
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In the scene where Bond is traveling through the waterways of London on his speedboat, he soaks two officers in the process of clamping a car. They're the two stars of the BBC show "The Clampers". They did not know what they were there for and were just told to clamp the car.
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