This article is from the Lotus Cars FAQ, by firstname.lastname@example.org (Alan F. Perry) with numerous contributions by others.
Brothers In Law
A 1950s British comedy that included the Lotus Mark Two.
This television series featured a Lotus Seven (registered KAR 120C)
in its opening credits and in a couple episode.
This television series featured an Elan driven by the character Emma
Peel and a Europa driven by the character Tara King in many episodes.
The Spy Who Loved Me
This James Bond film featured a S1 Esprit that could be converted into
For Your Eyes Only
This James Bond film featured a couple of early Turbo Esprits. One
of these Esprits was equipped with a burgular protection system that
would blow up the car.
This fairy tale film featured a silver Esprit Turbo, in which the
two main characters meet. Julia Roberts espouses the virtue of
Lotuses in this film.
This film featured a pair of black and white Esprit Turbos, one of
which ends up upside-down in a construction site in San Francisco.
If Looks Could Kill
This film featured a newer Esprit Turbo used by a spy organization.
Honey I Blew Up The Kid
This film featured a M100 Elan that a child, who has grown to a very
large size, uses as a toy.
A "chop shop" ring steals a Series 1 Esprit to dismantle and sell the
parts. The engine sounds like a V8 when the car is driven.
According to reports, there have been two episodes that used Lotuses,
one using an Esprit and the other using a Europa.