Corrected entry: The villain's Bentley is parked at the bottom of the steps from the Albert Hall, in front of a white Ford convertible - a Zephyr or Zodiac, quite a rare car even in those days. After Harry Palmer has a fight with the villain's sidekick, the Bentley speeds away, and we see the Ford still parked by the curb. Except now, it's dark blue.
Trivia: Len Deighton, the author of the original novel, also published a series of cookery books and wrote and drew a weekly strip cartoon-style illustrated cooking guide in London's The Observer newspaper - titled 'Len Deighton's Cookstrip'. In the first kitchen scene, where Harry Palmer is making coffee, you can see one of these strips is pinned to the wooden post next to the table.
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