Fictional spy James Bond has now been on the big screen for half a century - and the 007 success story continues to grow.
In the 1983 Bond film "Octopussy" a fake Fabergé egg and a fellow agent's death leads James Bond to uncovering an international jewel smuggling operation, headed by the mysterious Octopussy, being used to disguise a nuclear attack on NATO forces.
One of the main scenes in the film took place in a set designed to be the 'Kremlin War Room' which consisted of a large 33ft 5" diameter revolve supplied by Movetech UK (then British Turntable Company) which had a 'C shaped' table with several characters/actors around it. At a certain point within the scene the revolve turned 90 degrees so the actors would then be facing a large screen which opened in sync with the revolve. The revolve worked to perfection and met the exact requirements of production company.
Movetech UK has an extensive range of units from 1 to 33 metres in diameter, all available to rent or buy, with or without full on site installation and support services. DMX control interface is available, and Movetech UK also offer annular rings and scissor lifts to provide optimum flexibility.
Quality and reliability are built in to both the equipment and service provided.