Look Up! Look Down! Look Out! Pictures of the
cast and crew and fans who celebrated the 40th anniversary
of Thunderball in style in London on Sunday 20th November
Thunderball 40th Anniversary Pictures
24th November 2005
It was Double-0-Heaven in London when many of the cast, crew
and extended Bond family reunited for a special 40th anniversary
celebration of Thunderball at the Cine Lumiere on Sunday, 20 November.
The sold-out event was sponsored by mi6-hq.com,
Bondstars.com and Cinema
Retro magazine. Click
here for the full report.
(Above left): Peter Murton
& Matrine Beswicke, (Above right): Peter Murton, Martine
Beswicke, Molly Peters, Earl Cameron and George Leech.
"This was my first time at a Bond tribute event, so I didn't
know what to expect really. Boy, this was like being at a premiere
of a movie, and to see such a stunning widescreen print, after all
those years, was a real treat. Well done chaps."
- Peter Murton (art director)
(Left to right): Earl
Cameron, George Leech, Molly Peters.
"Always fun to meet up with old friends, but this was probably
the best to date."
- Mollie Peters (actress)
"We can't thank you enough for a terrific day. It's been
wonderful, and we're delighted to have been a part of it. Thank
- Earl Cameron (actor)
"Thank you all for putting on such a top notch event and
for inviting me to be a part of it. It was lovely to see so many
old friends, and meet so many enthusiastic Bond fans. When is
the next one?"
- George Leech (stuntman & arranger)
(Above left): Sir Christopher
Frayling & Sir Ken Adam, (Above right): Sue St Johns
& Steven Saltzman.
"One of the most professionally-organised Bond events I've
ever attended, and it was so nice to be able to meet up with my
old comrades again. Thank you."
- Sir Ken Adam (production designer)
"What a magnificent print of Thunderball. Brilliant! Great
night, and loved the special colour brochure you produced for
the occasion. Glad to be part of a very special event."
- Sir Christopher Frayling (Rector, Royal College of Art)
(Left to right): Euan
Lloyd, Peter Janson-Smith, Justin Llewelyn.
"To see so many people dressed in black tie at the champagne
reception was wonderful. A class act. Ian would have loved this."
- Peter Jansen-Smith (Ian Fleming's literary agent)
"It was like being a film premiere party. Men dressed in
tuxedos, women looking glamorous, everyone drinking champagne
and mixing with the stars - incredible! Oh, and you showed Thunderball
on the big screen too! Magnificent event - when's the next one?"
- Euan Lloyd (film producer)
(Above left): Don Black
& Steven Saltzman, (Above right): Charlie Higson &
"I just want to thank Cinema Retro for presenting me with such
a magnificent award, and to the other colleagues for organizing
such a great event. One I will always treasure. I told John Barry
about it the following day and he said he would dearly love to be
at the next one."
- Don Black (song writer)
(Left to right): Eunice
Gayson, Sir Ken Adam, Charlie Higson.