Goldfinger Designer 1965

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    London.

    A girl is seen looking at a small sculptured work made of gold. We then see Charles de Temple working with a flare to melt a lump of gold. C/U of the gold as it melts into a blob and we see his hand draw the metal upwards into a long thin shape. There are various shots of the small abstract style gold works mounted on small blocks of marble.

    The reporter, Dick Norton, is seen giving his fingerprint for an impression. Charles inspects it with an eyeglass and another craftsman works on creating a cufflinks from the thumbprint. Dick checks out his cufflinks, looking pleased. We see two craftsmen working on intricate pieces of abstract style gold jewellery.

    The camera pans over various necklaces created by Charles. He assists a blond girl trying on necklaces she has white lipstick and lots of black eye make up, typical of the times. M/S of a woman wearing a black glove, putting on the famous jewelled gold finger, made specially for the film 'Goldfinger'.

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    Cataloguer:
    Margaret
    Stock:
    Colour
    Sound:
    Sound
    Media URN:
    3804
    Sort Number:
    CP 545
    Time in/Out:
    01:56:13:00 / 01:58:13:00
    Canister:
    CP 545
    Film ID:
    323.15
    Issue Date:
    03/06/1965
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