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The Real Goldfinger

19th October 2016

Back in 1965, the BBC interviewed Michael Collins, the man who provided the iconic voice of Auric Goldfinger

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A year after the film came out, the BBC interviewed actor Michael Collins about his revoicing work for the titular villain from 'Goldfinger', played on screen by Gert Fröbe.

The Real Goldfinger - BBC (1965)

Intercut is modern day footage of Oscar-winning sound editor Norman Wanstall who explains the process and why the early James Bond films had to use the rare technique.

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