007 Filming location: Exercise at Gibraltar: 11. The Land Rover through the wall / The Living Daylights (1987)

Bond movie: The Living Daylights (1987)
Place and location in the movie: Gibraltar, British Overseas Territory
Actual place and location: Prince Ferdinand’s Battery aka Ape’s Den, Old Queen’s Road, Gibraltar, British Overseas Territory.
NOTE: The actual crash through the wall was filmed in a different location in Gibraltar: Buena Vista Barracks Road and when the Land Rover blows up was filmed in Beachy Head, England.
What happens here in the movie: Bond (Timothy Dalton) and The Land Rover go through the wall before Land Rover explodes and Bond escapes with parachute.

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2 Replies to “007 Filming location: Exercise at Gibraltar: 11. The Land Rover through the wall / The Living Daylights (1987)”

  1. Your second photo – with the Jeep actually going through the wall was not filmed in the same place.

    The Gibraltar shots of this were filmed here:
    https://goo.gl/maps/DsAxtAgANP2U8Kvo6

    It landed in the car park near the swimming pool, but a lot has been built since then.

    I watched it being filmed.

    (Further shots were filmed in the U.K. from beachy head.

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