Interlocking wheels inspired the shape of Jaws' teeth, which can be found in the Villains and Enigmas room of the exhibit.
"They had to connect and look dangerous but could not be sharp," said Katharina Kubrick-Phelps.
She designed them for Richard Kiel to brandish in "The Spy Who Loved Me," in which he portrayed Jaws as a villain. "He had to remove them after every take," noted the film's director Lewis Gilbert. "They were uncomfortable for Richard."
Acclaim for Kiel's performance in "Spy" prompted his return in "Moonraker," by the end of which he had become Bond's ally.
"The Spy Who Loved Me" (1977)