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Dr. No (1962)

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Pan Am
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Air Traffic Controller: Hello New York, your Pan Am 323 just landed Kingston Jamaica.
Red Stripe Beer
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Royal Typewriter Company
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Smith & Wesson
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Bond: That's a Smith & Wesson. You've had your six.
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You: Product placement has no place in film. Me watching Dr No: This 1962 film has an entire scene to advertise the Walter PPK.

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RT @TheSpyCommand: Dr. No: First 007 film product placement, Pan-Am.

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Dr. No: First 007 film product placement, Pan-Am.

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Well, @RedStripeLager was the first sponsor / product placement for the #JamesBond films (Dr. No 1963) so they’re O… https://t.co/rp8w9KYANi

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RT @CorComm: Great fails in product placement - Rolex wouldn't give Cubby Broccoli a Submariner for Dr No, so he used his own. After that,…

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Great fails in product placement - Rolex wouldn't give Cubby Broccoli a Submariner for Dr No, so he used his own.… https://t.co/TzXEwkL9nv

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@dudara Bond. James Bond (in Dr No. It was invented as product-placement for Smirnoff).

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@whiskeyrich it doesn't bother me. It's nothing new. Bond has had huge product placement since Dr No.

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@stephengraves Yes, but…product placement cash has significantly boosted budget of EVERY Bond movie: look at all the Red Stripe in Dr No

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Rejected from MAD - "Product Placement in Classic Movies" Dr. No - "Gold Bond. James Gold Bond."

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Product placement by Rolex: Dr. No introduced recurring themes associated with suave spy genre. His women, his w... http://t.co/YvgQzx2I

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Dr. No is a great film that has fabulous product placement for Red Stripe beer

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@danieloppenheim Excellent stuff, cheers. Funny you mention product placement; there's Red Stripe all over Dr. No.

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@alexisconran I had to close my eyes. There are some good articles about product placement - its been going on since Dr.NO

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RT @RalphGarman: RT @RalphGarman: True. Starting with Smirnoff in DR. NO. RT @Hex_Is_Bored: There's been product placement in Bond movies for ages. http: ...

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True. Starting with Smirnoff in DR. NO. RT @Hex_Is_Bored: There's been product placement in Bond movies for ages. http://t.co/3Hs51LWd

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First ever product placement in a James Bond film? Red Stripe lager in Dr. No. More business of Bond coming up @drivetimerte 4:50pm

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Lazy journalists: You do know one of the first uses of product placement in a Bond movie was Red Stripe in Dr No. That's a lager BTW

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Oh look. Sean Connery, as James Bond, drinking Red Stripe. Damn this modern product placement. http://t.co/ktWsoRLI

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DR NO: Product placement: Red Stripe

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@robsterowski Apparently Heublein Spirits, owners of Smirnoff, paid for the product placement in Dr No, and the "vodka martini" was born.

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Love the Red Stripe product placement in Dr No.

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Earliest product placement in movie? Don't know when the phenomenon started in earnest. 1962. Smirnoff vodka in Dr No. Anyone know? #BJB

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