Alf Joint

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Alf Joint (1927-2005) as "Capungo" (one of Spanish words for "hitman") reaches for Bond's PPK before meeting his "shocking" end in Goldfinger (1964).

Alf Joint (full name Alfred Charles R. Joint) was a British stuntman, stunt coordinator, fencer and occasional actor known primarily for his stunt work in the James Bond movies Goldfinger (as a stunt double for Sean Connery) and On Her Majesty's Secret Service, as well as appearing in a cameo as "Capungo" (one of Spanish words for "hitman") in the former.

He also did stunts for a number of popular movies, among which: The Dirty Dozen, Where Eagles Dare (stunt double for Richard Burton), Kelly's Heroes (also stunt coordinator), The Omen (stunt double for Lee Remick, also stunt coordinator), Superman, Superman II, Star Wars: Episode VI - Return of the Jedi and The Keep. He also coordinated the stunts for Superman IV: The Quest for Peace and Supergirl, was a stunt gaffer on An American Werewolf in London and appeared in Doctor Who in 1970 (he returned to the series in 1989 as a stunt arranger).

Joint retired in 1995 and died in 2005 of cancer, aged 77.

Alf Joint can be seen using the following weapons in the following films:

Film

Gun Character Title Note Date
Walther PPK "Capungo" Goldfinger 1994



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