Dimensions
43 cm x 28 cm (17” x 11”)
Cat No.
KM0437
Additional Information
Licence to Kill was the first James Bond Movie to require a '15' certificate in the United Kingdom due to "moderate bloody violence and injury detail". It would go on to earn $156 million at the worldwide box-office.

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Licence to Kill Storyboard Collection - Pre-Title Sequence

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Description

A collection of eleven storyboards from James Bond's 16th outing, License to Kill (1989). This storyboard collection features all the main action and story beats from the inventive pre-title sequence, including the mid-air plane hijacking, the parachute jump and the humorous sequence where Bond and Felix walk alongside Della with their parachute canopies mimicking her bridal train.

The panels are generally in good production-used condition but some feature tears to the corners and mild crinkling.

Licence to Kill, the first Bond movie not to use a title from an Ian Fleming story, combines plot elements from two of Fleming's short stories. The film sees Bond (Timothy Dalton) on the run from MI6, as he pursues a vendetta against drug lord, Franz Sanchez (Robert Davi), who ordered a brutal attack on Bond's longtime friend, Felix Leiter (David Hedison), and his new bride, Della. The film is significantly darker and more violent than any of its predecessors and is a standout entry in the franchise.

Licence to Kill was Timothy Dalton's second and final film as 007. It also sadly marked Albert R. "Cubby" Broccoli's last outing as producer. Cubby became very ill during the filming of Licence to Kill (working title 'Licence Revoked') due to the high altitudes associated with a number of the shooting locations in Mexico. The legendary producer died at his home in Beverly Hills from heart failure, in 1996, at the age of 87. He was held in great affection by almost everyone who worked with him and made more than 40 films during his celebrated career.

Black backboard for illustration purposes only. The product comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.

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