Goldfinger premieres at London's Odeon Leicester Square Theater on Sept. 17, 1964, giving the world its first glimpse of James Bond's Aston Martin DB5.
The DB5, with less than 13 minutes of screen time, quickly became "the most famous car in the world" and set a new standard for dream car, with lots of technical assistance and gadgets from the British Secret Service's Q Branch.
To promote the film, the two DB5s were showcased at the 1964 New York World's Fair.
Two DB5s were used for driving scenes in the movie with Bond, played by actor Sean Connery, behind the wheel. Four were built in total and two were used for promotional purposes.
Goldfinger is the third installment in the long-running James Bond franchise.