Did you know?
From Russia with Love (1963) is the second of the James Bond movies.
It was the second Bond movie to star Sean Connery as Ian Fleming’s fictional MI6 agent, from Fleming’s 1957 novel of the same name.
On board The Orient Express, James Bond offers to buy the villain Red Grant’s last cigarette for 50 gold sovereigns, thus luring Grant to open his Swaine Adeney attaché case, which releases tear gas. In the ensuing struggle, Bond stabs Grant with the flat throwing knife hidden in the attaché case, and then strangles Grant with his own garrote.
An attaché case is a box-style case made of leather (occasionally aluminium), stretched over a hinged frame that opens into two compartments. It was traditionally carried by an attaché, a diplomatic officer attached to an embassy or consulate official.
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