Rolex Replica Helped George Lazenby

Many people may suspect, but the one who owns and loves true Rolex will show you that it can factually change your life. The best example is from George Lazenby. He is an underemployed Australian car salesman and male model who landed the role of James Bond in 1969. In On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, he took the place of the great Sean Connery with help from a Rolex Replica timepiece. 
The Lazenby’s story is unbelievable rise to stardom can be found on Hulu’s brilliant new documentary “Becoming Bond.” Stay Updated with the newest articles and special content. The fake Rolex story goes like this…
In the Autumn of 1968 Lazenby, having heard about the hot topic to replace Connery, who turned away with being Bond much like Daniel Craig is today, was greatly trying to get an interview with Bond series casting director Dyson Lovell. Isn’t the part of the actor’s union, Lazenby couldn’t officially audition, Paste magazine says.
He had been thrown out by Lovell’s receptionist, but not before he got a peek at the other would-be Bonds in the waiting room. “I saw they were all dressed like James Bond, but I was dressed like a Paris model,” Lazenby recounts, with longish hair and louche clothes.  image004
And then, the quick thinking Aussie directly went round to purchase a stainless steel Replica Rolex Submariner, a Savile Row-style suit, and had his hair cut short by Connery’s own barber. It no doubt ran out of his savings. Looking at every inch the British secret agent, he breezed past the receptionist and stood indolently at the door of Lovell’s office “with my Rolex showing,” Lazenby said. By accident, Lovell was on the phone at the moment with Bond producer Harry Saltzman, who was hastening him to finding a new 007. Lovell inspected at Lazenby- particularly at his hairdo, suit and Rolex emphasizing handsome features- and not long afterwards, he was the only one.
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As Bond on screen in On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, Lazenby displayed both the Submariner and another Rolex, which is one of the most interesting models in the franchise’s history. It is a vintage stainless steel chronograph
According to the movie, Q Branch fits it with a compass function using the red seconds hand to point out direction. Unbelievably, before it was auctioned off by Paris-based Artcurial in 2017, the cheap watch languished in a Beverly Hills pawn shop for several years, after which it disappeared from view, no doubt into some well-guarded private collection.
Even if never as admired as Connery, later Roger Moore’s James Bond Submariners is a attractive piece made more and more important provided that it’s the only cheap Rolex chronograph which ever to come out in the series.