Phuyuck

texas007texas007 Houston, Texas 77041Posts: 2,295MI6 Agent
Thank you ICS for this magnificent prop replica - the Phuyuck!
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  • Donald GrantDonald Grant U.S.A.Posts: 2,189Quartermasters
    Very nice!

    DG
    So, what sharp little eyes you've got...wait till you get to my teeth.
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  • danjaq_0ffdanjaq_0ff The SwampsPosts: 7,212MI6 Agent
    Very nice Kan -{

    Mine is being chilled :))
  • toutbruntoutbrun Washington, USAPosts: 1,501MI6 Agent
    Just to be sure, it never really existed, right?
    If you can't trust a Swiss banker, what's the world come to?
  • texas007texas007 Houston, Texas 77041Posts: 2,295MI6 Agent
    really exist on screen only ..... until now of course :))
  • ke02ewwke02eww USPosts: 2,064MI6 Agent
    there was a version sold in cinemas in the Uk, for minors only (under 12s...)


    Phuyuck - U
  • MANDY1MANDY1 TISPosts: 2,595MI6 Agent
    Very Nice, Kan -{ Thanks for sharing :007)
    Knowing who to trust is Everything in this business.

    TIS - "The moment you think you got it figured - you're wrong"

    Formerly known as Teppo
  • icsics Posts: 1,411MI6 Agent
    Well Kan – nice elephants.. -{

    Perhaps you could tell the story about the name Phuyuck as it actually is interesting, and I know that this wine is like a “baby” for you -{
  • texas007texas007 Houston, Texas 77041Posts: 2,295MI6 Agent
    Well, since you asked Ian .... Phuyuck is really an in-joke by the production team.
    They wanted to have this joke about a local wine or sparkling wine (technically not a champaign) in this case.
    So, to come up with a name they combine "Phu" - from the most famous name in Thai known to the production team since they were staying in Phuket, Thailand - with the English word "Yuck" which really convey the message - so there you have it "Phuyuck" - a really bad sounding name for a Thai wine to foreigners. Mean nothing in Thai of course.
    ics wrote:
    Well Kan – nice elephants.. -{

    Perhaps you could tell the story about the name Phuyuck as it actually is interesting, and I know that this wine is like a “baby” for you -{
  • MANDY1MANDY1 TISPosts: 2,595MI6 Agent
    Nice information :)) -{
    Knowing who to trust is Everything in this business.

    TIS - "The moment you think you got it figured - you're wrong"

    Formerly known as Teppo
  • CJ007GoldeneyeCJ007Goldeneye LondonPosts: 587MI6 Agent
    Always thought it was a jokish way of saying poo-yuck without it actually being written. (does sound a bit like that when roger is saying it on screen) Well thats what my dad always calls it anyway!
  • ke02ewwke02eww USPosts: 2,064MI6 Agent
    I stand by my earlier interpretation... :)

    This was the version of the phrase which would get past the film sensors...

    Phuyuck - U

    anyone recall Captain pugwash, the kids cartoon on BBC?

    The guys that wrote it had a lot of fun with the old duffers at the BEEB before they figured out what pugwash's crewmen - master bates and seaman stains- truely referred to... :)

    This kind of public school humour was very common at the time of "wodger"... In fact I bet he was in on it - need to look it up in his book :007)
  • megamicrofishmegamicrofish Spectre lair EssexPosts: 65MI6 Agent
    ke02eww wrote:

    anyone recall Captain pugwash, the kids cartoon on BBC?

    The guys that wrote it had a lot of fun with the old duffers at the BEEB before they figured out what pugwash's crewmen - master bates and seaman stains- truely referred to... :)

    This kind of public school humour was very common at the time of "wodger"... In fact I bet he was in on it - need to look it up in his book :007)


    It's an urban myth, no characters with those names were ever in Captain Pugwash :))
  • davidrwootendavidrwooten CHARLESTON, SC, USAPosts: 1MI6 Agent
    I'm coming into this discussion late, but would welcome any and all help on my quest - I am trying to recreate, exactly, the label on the Phuyuck bottle. While the high-res image of the reproduction bottle posted here is a big help, the Thai characters are not especially clear. Also, the graphics at the corners of the label are not clear.

    Does anyone have any other shots - not just screencaps, which are even worse - that would show more detail?

    Thanks!
    David Robert Wooten
    Charleston, SC USA
    http://www.peridotpangolin.com
  • MANDY1MANDY1 TISPosts: 2,595MI6 Agent
    edited August 2011
    I'm coming into this discussion late, but would welcome any and all help on my quest - I am trying to recreate, exactly, the label on the Phuyuck bottle. While the high-res image of the reproduction bottle posted here is a big help, the Thai characters are not especially clear. Also, the graphics at the corners of the label are not clear.

    Does anyone have any other shots - not just screencaps, which are even worse - that would show more detail?

    Thanks!

    Phuyuck bottle and label itself was created by talented group of Bond prop fans. I suggest you contact AJB member ICS.

    Mail them and get one via their website :007)

    oh and welcome to the AJB, hope you enjoy your stay -{
    Knowing who to trust is Everything in this business.

    TIS - "The moment you think you got it figured - you're wrong"

    Formerly known as Teppo
  • thespyboys11thespyboys11 Lindenwold,NJPosts: 1,744MI6 Agent
    Welcome!!!
    Yes, absolutly contact Ian (ICS)
    No use trying to create something yourself that was done to perfection.
    Ed
    TheSpyBoys.com
  • icsics Posts: 1,411MI6 Agent
    Thanks for the kind words Teppo and Ed….

    I know that Henrik did a awful lot of work on this one… and Kan without you help no correct bottle ;)
  • UNCLE27UNCLE27 EnglandPosts: 1,099MI6 Agent
    A thread resurrection - in honour of Sir Christopher Lee.

    I understand that the Phuyuck label for the original film was stuck to a bottle of Moët.
    Now, I can find a bottle of Moët but... Is anybody still able to supply these Phuyuck labels?
  • Gadget MeisterGadget Meister Bicester, OxonPosts: 1,972MI6 Agent
  • icsics Posts: 1,411MI6 Agent
    Henrik (Abel) did this one great…But Kan you did a lot of typo corrections… so I think overall it was a AJB effort… -{
  • AbelAbel DenmarkPosts: 341MI6 Agent
    edited June 2015
    I may have one or two in my wine cellar

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    Thanks Kan for your help
    You left this with Ferrara, I believe
  • texas007texas007 Houston, Texas 77041Posts: 2,295MI6 Agent
    thank you guys -{
  • UNCLE27UNCLE27 EnglandPosts: 1,099MI6 Agent
    edited July 2015
    I am a VERY happy UNCLE today'

    Tak Abel!

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    But... Don't know why my picture is on it's side!
    Or how to correct it.
  • Gadget MeisterGadget Meister Bicester, OxonPosts: 1,972MI6 Agent
    Yep, Henrik's gifts tend to do that {[]
  • AbelAbel DenmarkPosts: 341MI6 Agent
    edited July 2015
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    It's good to have a happy uncle!
    You left this with Ferrara, I believe
  • UNCLE27UNCLE27 EnglandPosts: 1,099MI6 Agent
    Henrik's surprise gift has given me another idea... :)
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  • UNCLE27UNCLE27 EnglandPosts: 1,099MI6 Agent
    Prop complete :D

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  • sinclearsinclear Posts: 1MI6 Agent
    Hello Bond-experts!

    I am so thrilled to find this thread! I am doing a Bond-themed champagne tasting with some friends this thursday, before the premiere of the new movie, and it would be so much fun to have a bottle of "Phuyuck". Does any one of you still have the printing files left for the labels? I would be so grateful to get a copy of these if possible =) -{

    Best regards / Robin
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