James Bond Marks 50 Years On The Big Screen

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James Bond Marks 50 Years On The Big Screen

Britain's most successful spy celebrates 50 years on the big screen this year - and to mark the occasion James Bond is going on tour.

Stars of some of the 22 films have been visiting iconic locations that have featured in the 007 movies.

The tour started off its golden anniversary celebrations at Stoke Park in south Buckinghamshire.

The five-star hotel was used for the backdrop to a scene in which Bond - played by Sean Connery - wins a high-stakes golf game against Goldfinger.

Scenes from Tomorrow Never Dies were also filmed at the location just few miles from the Bond films' home of Pinewood Studios.

Richard Kiel, who played the steel-toothed Jaws in The Spy Who Loved Me, was among those at the event.

Bond-girl Britt Ekland from The Man With The Golden Gun was also there.

The latest Bond film, Skyfall, with Daniel Craig in the starring role, is being released in the UK next month.

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