Hollywood spy exhibit

Best Bet

October 02, 2005|By LORI SEARS | LORI SEARS,SUN REPORTER

If you're a fan of Bond, James Bond, you'll want to visit the Spy Treasures of Hollywood: Highlights From the Danny Biederman Spy-Fi Collection, running Friday through next spring at the International Spy Museum in Washington. The exhibit, featuring spy artifacts from various movies and TV shows, comes from the extensive collection gathered by spy-fiction expert Danny Biederman.

The mission for visitors will be to see 35 of the most recognizable props and wardrobe items from movies and TV, including Dr. No's tarantula (above right), Maxwell Smart's shoe phone, Dr. Evil's ring, James Bond's Walther PPK handgun, Sidney Bristow's bracelet/weapon and more.

The museum is at 800 F St. N.W., Washington. Admission: $11-$14; free for ages 4 and under. Details: 866-SPY-MUSEUM or 202-EYE-SPY-U; spymuseum.org.

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