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Posted at 11:50 AM ET, 10/05/2012

James Bond villains get their due in new 007 exhibition at the National Spy Museum


Richard Kiel, right, as Jaws, and Roger Moore, as James Bond, fighting in the 1977 film, "The Spy Who Loved Me." (AP Photo/United Artists and Danjaq, LLC)
It’s a great time to be James Bond. Not only is this week the 50th anniversary of the first Bond movie, but Adele’s theme song for the latest addition to the franchise, “Skyfall,” hit the internet last night and is already uber-popular. (Did we mention that Bar Dupont is celebrating Bond’s big 5-0 with a swanky party tonight?)

While this is all great, one museum is giving credit where it’s really due: to the villains. The International Spy Museum announced today that “Exquisitely Evil: 50 Years of Bond Villains” will open Nov. 16 and run for two years. Among the nefarious items to be displayed will be Jaws’s teeth, the polished chompers that could rip through a cable car wire as if it were licorice:

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