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Michael Knight used his watch to talk to KITT in Knight Rider.
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Late 70's.... The Gemini Man TV series. Controlled his invisibility via a watch and it starred Ben Murphy from Alias Smith & Jones... another cracking series of the 70's era.
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The ultimate classic has to be Mortimer's and Indio's paired pocket watches in "For a Few Dollars More"...

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In The Saint film (the one with Val Kilmer) - he uses his Bulgari chronograph to barter a deal with a Russian agent...
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A list of watches in movies here - http://watchesinmovies.info/

My fav is in "Live and Let Die" when Roger Moore uses his magnetic watch (Rolex Sub) to unzip Italian agent Miss Caruso's dress. Ably played by Madeline Smith.

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Classic! :clap: :clap: :lol: :D
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