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  1. Win: "A View… To A Boat Chase"

    Thanks to David Williams at BONDPIX, we have a copy of A View… to a Boat Chase to give away to one lucky CBn member. You must be a registered member of the CBn Forum to be eligible to win.

    An exclusive look behind the scenes of the 19th James Bond blockbuster.
    Filmed entirely on location on the Thames and in London’s Docklands, this video shows the spectacular opening pre-credit boat chase sequence from The World Is Not Enough.

    Watch the cast and stunt crew perform the exciting and explosive action scenes, including several sequences deleted from the final film.

    Pierce Brosnan and Maria Grazia Cucinotta are seen on set, filming and relaxing during takes. Watch Pierce pilot the ‘Q’ boat at 60mph along the Thames and dive it underwater in the docks. See Maria firing her machine gun and drive the Sunseeker away from a massive explosion in Docklands.

    The famous ‘Q’ boat barrel-roll is shown from start to finish, another boat jump not seen in the finished film can also be witnessed for the first time.

    Extensive filming took place beside the ‘Queen Mary’ and through Tower Bridge, both sequences cut from the film. See them here, only in this video!

    Watch the remote controlled mini-helicopter fly through Tower Bridge as it filmed the action. See the Police Boats join in the chase, also cut from the finished film.

    Spy on the crew as they prepare to launch the ‘Q’ boat through a boathouse and across Wapping Lane in East London.

    BONDPIX

    To win, all you need to do is answer the following question:

    Which stuntman performed the barrel roll on the Q-Boat for The World is not Enough?

    Send your answers in a Private Message on the forums to Dave Winter by Sunday 19th of December. Ensure that you put “Bondpix Competition” in the subject.

    Terms and Conditions

    • The competition is open to anyone from any country, excluding CommanderBond.Net team members.
    • The competition closes December 19th 2004 with the winner drawn shortly afterwards. The winner will be drawn at random from correct entries and be notified via e-mail. Judge’s decision is final and no discussion will be entered in to.
    • If a winner cannot be contacted within one week (7 days) the prize will be redrawn and a new winner notified, ensure the e-mail address you supply is current and correct.
    • Only one entry per person will be considered. Any attempt to enter multiple times will result in all entries being deleted.
    David Winter @ 2004-12-12
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