Goldeneye - Full-Size Architectural Blueprints for Severnaya (Interior - Main Control Room)

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    A  production-used architectural blueprint for the multi-faceted Severnaya facility interior-build, featured in the much-loved James Bond classic, Goldeneye. The plans are drawn in pencil, and the sheet is marked 132 in black ink. It  was issued on 18/10/1994, and details the construction plans for the INT Severnaya, Main Control Room - Plan Elevation. The scale is ‘1/4 - 1’. On Goldeneye, Peter Lamont ran the Production Department, whilst Derek Meddings headed up the model unit, which constructed scale miniatures for certain exterior locations, including Severnaya, at Leavesden Studios in the UK. 

    Severnaya is a fictional covert Siberia-based control-centre for Goldeneye, a fearsome satellite weapon that lends its name to the film’s title. Crucially, Severnaya is also the location for the inciting incident that propels the narrative of the movie. 

    Goldeneye is a landmark film in the James Bond franchise, returning the gentleman super-spy to cinema screens after an enforced six-year hiatus caused by long-running legal disputes. The movie and it’s new star, Pierce Brosnan, received rave reviews, and the film, deftly directed by Martin Campbell, grossed a total of $352,194,034 at the worldwide box-office. Audiences had spoken - James Bond was still as popular and compelling, as he had always been. Goldeneye proved to be the golden ticket.

    This historic production artwork is very large in scale. It exhibits some toning and wear caused by handling but remains in very good production-used condition and is perfect for framing.

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      33” H x 88” W (84 x 224 cms)

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      Goldeneye premiered at Radio City Music Hall, New York City, on November 13th, 1995. The UK Premiere, attended by Prince Charles, followed on November 22nd at London’s famous Odeon cinema on Leicester Square. After such a long time out of the public eye, many industry insiders wondered if a spy genre born out of the Cold War still had cultural relevance... 

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