James Bond: Living Daylights, The

Russian Soldier's Camouflage Uniform

Stock #40520

A camouflage uniform worn in the Timothy Dalton James Bond film The Living Daylights. With the Soviet Union reviving the policy of systematic murdering British and American spies, James Bond (Dalton) is sent North Africa to assassinate the new head of the KGB, General Pushkin (John Rhys-Davies), not realising a greater plot involving the Soviet war in Afghanistan is in play.

This uniform and others like it were worn by the Russian soldiers serving during the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan. The two-piece uniforms are composed of a thick cotton tunic with a hood at the rear and a pair of matching combat trousers, all of which are covered in green and yellow camouflage. Tabs on the epaulettes allow for the addition of insignia, while another pair of tabs on the trousers are present to tighten the legs while in use. Both items of uniform have labels from costumier Bermans & Nathans.

Featuring some minor wear from use, a label attached to the arm gives the tunic size as a 42” chest while the trousers are marked as a 34” waist. The uniform remains in very good production-used condition.

Certificate of Authenticity This item comes with a Prop Store Certificate of Authenticity.

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