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'We meet again, Mr Bond': a guide to the Spectre trailer's movie references in Dr. No more than 50 years ago, it seems haunted by the ghosts of really is departing the franchise after this one, he's not going without. â€œSo, we meet again Mr Bond. And in two short hours my â€œBut enough Mr Bond, it is time for you to die.â€ doesn't help eighter, as I. No, Mr Bond, I expect you to die” has trounced “Bond, James Bond” as the Goldfinger and Sean Connery voted greatest James Bond moment . It comes as Bond appears to be about to meet his maker at the The ridiculous thing is that since I played Goldfinger in the James Bond film there are some.
One day we really must look into that. You come round for dinner and I'll cook you a beautiful Angel Cake. Nothing would give me great pleasure but unfortunately I have a That's the flimsiest excuse you've ever given me.
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Ah well some girls have all the luck. Who is she James? And kindly omit the customary byplay withwill you? He's dining with me, and I don't want him to be late. Now this one I'm particularly keen about. You see the gear lever here?
Whatever you do, don't touch it. Because you'll release [points out roof] this section of the roof, and engage and then fire the passenger ejector seat.
- 'We meet again, Mr Bond': a guide to the Spectre trailer's 007 movie references
I never joke about my work, This is gold, Mr Bond. All my life, I have been in love with its color, its brilliance, its divine heaviness. I welcome any enterprise that will increase my stock- which is considerable.
I think you've made your point, Goldfinger.
Thank you for the demonstration. Choose your next witticism carefully, Mr Bond — it may be your last. The purpose of our two previous encounters is now very clear to me. I do not intend to be disturbed by another.
Do you expect me to talk?
There's nothing you can talk to me about that I don't already know! You're forgetting one thing. If I fail to report, replaces me. But he knows what I know.BOND MYSTERIES #7: HAVE WE MET MR BOND?
While the phrase has no sinister overtones — indeed it is a perfectly reasonable phrase at the hotel, since Bond made a reservation — it is possible that it serves as a knowing wink to the audience in reference to its general association with Bond films.
This cannot be said of the use of the phrase in Dr Nosince the film is the first in the series and so establishes Bond convention and structure, rather than replicates it.
One of the men shouts out, 'Come on out. We know you're there. In this case the phrase is unlikely to carry the connotation that it does in later films, as it is an adaptation of Fleming's writing. In the book, the henchman says, 'Come on out and you won't get hurt We've seen where you came ashore. We've spotted the boat under the driftwood' Chapter 9. The 'we've been expecting you' phrase is simply a more economical way of conveying what Fleming wrote. I'd been expecting you'. In Moonraker, Drax's 'Ah, my dear fellow