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I was watching the 1973 James Bond movie, Live and Let Die with Roger Moore and in a scene where he went to save Jane Seymore from the natives, he used a Smith&Wesson, nickle, 6 or 6 1/2 in. model 29 or 57, carried in what appeared to be a Bianchi shoulder rig.
And in jumping into the large group he fired the only six shots he had and threw the gun away, what a man.
Was there any other James Bond movie where he used a Smith&Wesson?
Here's a pic of one similar he was using.

 

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There was the one he took from Pu$$y Galore on the plane in Goldfinger. I think it was a 38.44.
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DWFAN, I think you're correct, I do remember her having a S&W but did not pay attention to model.
 

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IIRC, wasn't that Goldfinger's S&W, and wasn't it gold plated? It was a large frame fixed sight gun, I think. I'll try to dig out the DVD tonight.

There was that famous line, "That's a Smith & Wesson, and you've had your six." But the gun was an autoloader. I want to say Dr. No, but I'm not sure.
 

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Yep, that line was from Doctor No. It's a shame they messed up like that.
 

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Also in "Diamonds are Forever" as James, and the CIA are about to rescue Willard White, James' CIA buddy hands Bond a model 49 or 38.

One of the later films has James packing a SW model 10 in Cuba when he goes out to the island. Movie is Die another Day.
 

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Go to imfdb.org, which is the internet movie gun database which has detailed gun information on tons of movies. By the way, it was Dr. No, and the actual pistol was a 1911, not a S&W.
 
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