"The Man With The Golden Gun"
In the 1974 movie The Man With The Golden Gun, James Bond (Roger Moore) drives an AMC Hornet 2-door hatchback.
The Hornet was produced by the American Motors Corporation (AMC) from 1970 to 1979.
The sequence featuring the car starts with Sheriff J.W. Pepper, who is admiring a new red AMC Hornet in a Bangkok showroom, while on holiday in Thailand with his wife. He is about to test drive the car, when James Bond suddenly enters and steals the Hornet from the dealership to chase villain Scaramanga. The most famous moment comes when the Hornet performs a 360-degree mid-air twisting corkscrew jump across a broken bridge.
The Guinness World Records 2010 book describes the jump as the "first astro spiral used in a movie" and lists it as third among the top ten James Bond film stunts.
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