"No, Mr. Bond, I expect you to die."
As the orginal film poster says, "Everything he touches turns to excitement!" Goldfinger was Sean Connery's third turn as James Bond. Bouncing between the US and Europe, Goldfinger challenges Bond to a round of golf, tries to bisect him with a laser, and nearly kills him in the most famous gold vault in the world, Fort Knox. As a native of Kentucky, I've always loved this film. Our own Kentucky Fried Chicken has a cameo in the movie, as does our signature Derby drink, the mint julep (in the title as the letter 'i'). This graphic poster features Fort Knox being buzzed by Pussy Galore's Flying Circus, the henchman Oddjob with his deadly hat, and a sensuous silhouette to represent poor Jill Masterson who was suffocated to death with gold paint. Bond is pictured in a tweed traveling suit and wears Connery's suave grin, crinkling his sparkling eyes. The colors of this poster were sampled from one of Kentucky's signature crops, tobacco.