Collector's Call Web Extras: Screen-used James Bond movie vehicles
Take a deep dive into incredible spy boats, aircraft, cars and more.
The name is Redenius, Doug Redenius. This former postal worker has been one of the world's most pre-eminent James Bond collectors for more than 30 years. Doug, a Bond fan since Goldfinger first came out in theaters in 1964, sold more than 12,000 pieces of his Bond memorabilia to a Miami collector a few years ago.
But he still controls the most valuable part of the Bond legacy — many of the vehicles featured in the movies over the years, from the helicopter in the unforgettable chase sequence in From Russia, With Love to the Q-Boat featured in the awesome Thames River chase sequence in The World Is Not Enough.
Doug controls the collection as the co-founder of the Ian Fleming Foundation, which displays the vehicles at charitable fund-raisers. Fellow Ian Fleming Foundation board member Colin Clark, an airline mechanic and Bond fan that maintains many of the vehicles in the collection, joins him.
Lisa has brought radio and television host Roe Conn to the airplane hangar where the Bond vehicles are stored. Roe is a longtime Bond fan and veteran 007 memorabilia collector who appraised Doug's collection.
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1. Image gallery: Inside the collection
Get a closer look at these awesome vehicles used by the super-spy and bad guys in legendary Bond movie scenes. SEE MORE
2. Bonus video: Flying Snowmobile
This cool winter vehicle was used in The World Is Not Enough. It was one used to chase James Bond down a ski slope in a thrilling alpine sequence.
3. Bonus video: Switchblade Glider
Halle Berry rode this skydiving device in Die Another Day. Well, she did it against a green screen.
4. Bonus video: 'Licence to Kill' semi truck
The production built three big rigs for the 1989 James Bond adventure License to Kill. This particular vehicle was designed to ride balanced on one side, avoiding a missile in an unforgettable chase.
5. Bonus video: Jaguar from 'Die Another Day'
The villain, Zao, drove this gorgeous green car in the 2002 Bond movie Die Another Day. The color was made specifically for the film.