Bond battled evil drug lords years before the real CIA and MI6 took the on. Trace how the drug trade changed on film, from 1973’s Caribbean heroin dealer Dr. Kananga of LIVE AND LET DIE, to 1989’s bloodthirsty cocaine king Franz Sanchez of LICENCE TO KILL.
See the flute that Kanaga’s voodoo spirit operative Baron Samedi used for covert communication and the tarot cards his psychic used to predict the future
Read the savagely ironic note pinned to 007's CIA shark-maimed colleague and learn the identity of the real drug lord who inspired Sanchez’ character.
Here you’ll also meet some of the most memorable villainous women Bond ever confronted and see their costumes, including Xenia Onatopp’s uniform from GoldenEye.
Baron Samedi's radio-mic flute, LIVE AND LET DIE, 1973