James Bond: Living Daylights, The

Russian Tank Driver Overalls

Stock #19496

A set of Russian camouflage overalls used in the production of 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.

These overalls and others like them were believed to have been worn as part of the Russian tank drivers’ uniforms in the scenes during the Russian occupation of Afghanistan. Though not clearly seen on screen, the overalls are khaki green with pale green markings, much like an early version of the ‘digital’ camouflage often used today, in a similar pattern to the infantry two-piece uniforms with a hood and buttoned front.

Displaying some minor wear from use, the overalls remain in very good condition. The piece has no sizes marked.

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

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