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Quiz: 007

posted by Nell Minow

Dr_No.jpgIn honor of this week’s release of “Quantum of Solace,” here’s a James Bond quiz:
1. The latest James Bond film is missing three key items that have been included in most of the previous entries in the series. What are they?
2. What did James Bond study at Cambridge?
3. Name two articles of clothing bad guys in previous films have used as weapons.
4. What is 007′s preferred gun?
5. Which Bond villain had a beloved pet?
6. Which Bond character was played by a future television detective?
7. Which Bond villain had prosthetic hands?
8. Which Bond villain played poker?
9. Which Bond actor tweaked the role in an off-beat spy movie set in Panama?
10. Which Bond film had more than one actor playing the role, including an American comedian?



  • jestrfyl

    My random responses to your fun question:
    10 – Casino Royale
    3 – Odd Jobs awesome Bowler
    5 – Blow-someting in From Russia with Love
    2 – my guess is NOT religion, but either the classics or philosophy.
    4 – a Beretta (?)

  • Toby Clark

    3: Odd Job’s bowler hat, Rosa Klebb’s shoes with poison daggers inside.
    4: Walther PPK
    5: Blofeld
    6: Blofeld, as played by Telly Savalas in On Her Majesty’s Secret Service
    7: Dr. No
    8: Le Chiffre
    9: Pierce Brosnan
    10: Casino Royale
    The first two I’m not sure of.

  • Richard

    1.Moneypenny,Q and gadgets
    2.Oriental Languages
    3.Odd Job’s Bowler Hat and Rosa Klebb’s Shoe
    4.Prefers the Barreta but is forced to use the PPK in Dr. No
    5.Blofeld
    6.Telly Savalas
    7.Dr. No.
    8. Le Chiffre
    9.Brosnan
    10.Casino Royal

  • Felix A

    . Car and watch with all the trimings that Q gives him and the walk through with money penny, the boss and the gaget guy meeting before the assignment (the old man-Q). I almost forgot when he shoot his gun at the end of the opening action scene for the famous 007 shooting pose.
    2. Some type of language, but I think he made that up to get the ladies
    3. Odd job with the hat, jaws with his metal teeth, the chich with the poison shoes and the guy with the belt in never say never again (does that movie count)
    4. Walther PPK
    5. Blowfied had that white cat with the diamond necklace
    6.Kojak/Telly Salvass (excuse the spelling)
    7. Dr. No who looked like the guy (villian)from Enter the Dragon
    8.Goldfinger and he was cheating
    9.P. Brosman who also played Remington Steele on TV in the 80′s
    10. Casino Royal

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