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The Goldfinger Phenomenon (1995)

Video  -  Documentary | Short  -  2000 (USA)
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A look at the marketing, advertising and merchandising of the James Bond movie Goldfinger (1964) including trailers, interviews, TV spots and rare promotional films.

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A look at the marketing, advertising and merchandising of the James Bond movie Goldfinger (1964) including trailers, interviews, TV spots and rare promotional films. The made-for-video documentary also looks at the hype and worldwide public reaction to the third James Bond film which is credited as being the first Bond movie to be extensively merchandised. Written by Jamie Skinner

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A Socko toy car and a Sicko use for spray paint . . .
1 June 2014 | by (Jacksonville, FL) – See all my reviews

. . . are the salient points of THE GOLDFINGER PHENOMENON. Two million toy models of the Aston Martin DB5 model made famous by driver James Bond in GOLDFINGER were sold within a year of the feature film's release. Sales continue till this day, making this customized heavily armed and protected vehicle (complete with a passenger ejection seat) one of history's best-selling model cars. On the other hand, the infamously misogynistic crew behind the James Bond flicks thought it would be so cool to spray-paint a nude chick to death that THEY INVITED THE PRESS to the filming of this iconic assault on Womankind. How many real life females have met their doom because of perverts inspired by this highly publicized sordid on-screen sex slaying? Is there any proof that men were offing women left and right with spray paint BEFORE the release of GOLDFINGER? I think not. When a so-called "entertainment" vehicle takes it upon itself to foist new forms of evil upon this world, it bears responsibility--and financial liability--for the resulting carnage and mayhem!


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