View to a killer: Terry Neill's James Bond photos on show in Hong Kong
The Cat Street Gallery exhibition features Sean Connery and Roger Moore and some of the best known “Bond Girls”
Ahead of the Hong Kong release of the latest James Bond movie, Spectre, on November 5, The Cat Street Gallery will be staging a pop-up exhibition of mostly black-and-white images of the iconic onscreen British spy taken by Terry O’Neill from the early 1960s. On show will not only be the two actors who first immortalised the role - Sean Connery and Roger Moore - but also some of the best known “Bond Girls” including Ursula Andress.
O’Neill’s association with the franchise began in 1964 when he took photos on the set of Goldfinger, according to the gallery, and his relationship with the Bond films has continued for more than half a century.
“All About Bond” will run from November 2 to November 8 at The Cat Street Gallery, 222 Hollywood Road, Central