James Bond is backing up the red AMC Hornet X, preparing to jump the wooden bridge. Sheriff J.W. Pepper says, "What the hell you doing now, boy?" and then you can see a studio light and a crewmember in the reflection of the right rear passenger window. See more...
When J. W. Pepper first notices Bond going by on the boat, some oriental music plays - the tune is the theme to Live And Let Die (this was the previous film where they first met). See more...
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|Title||The Man with the Golden Gun|
|Original entry||A significantly modified '74 AMC Hornet was used for the famous cork-screw jump sequence, taking the place of the relatively stock Hornet X used in all other shots. It is best viewed just after the jump as the car slows to turn left - the car has a much lower stance and the wheel wells are far larger.|