26 Aug '11, 5pm

"I have always liked wristwatches and have been a bit of a movie buff" by Edward Heliosz: Wristwatches in movies:

I have always liked wristwatches and have been a bit of a movie buff. I remember the first time I saw a wristwatch become the focus of attention on a film screen. It was Roger Moore's Rolex Submariner in the 1973 James Bond Film, "Live And Let Die". The watch could be transformed into a super magnet and its bezel turn into a mini buzz-saw. I was only 12 years old when I saw this film and had not appreciated wristwatches in any way. The only watch I had owned then was an Edox stainless steel with leather strap, manual wind and had the word "incabloc" engraved on the back. It took me years to find out what incabloc meant.

Full article: http://www.newturfers.com/mwf/attach/58/331258/Wristwatch...

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