Fri­day’s Bond quiz an­swers

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1. Which early Bond vil­lain had no ap­par­ent con­nec­tion to the or­ga­ni­za­tion SPEC­TRE? Auric Goldfin­ger.

2. What did the let­ters of SPEC­TRE stand for in the Bond movies? Spe­cial Ex­ec­u­tive for Counter-In­tel­li­gence, Ter­ror­ism, Re­venge, and Ex­tor­tion.

3. Three ac­tors who played Spec­tre master­mind Ernst Stavro Blofeld: Telly Savalas, Don­ald Plea­sance and Charles Gray. Max Von Sy­dow ( Never Say Never Again) was also ac­cepted.

4. Three ac­tors who have por­trayed the Bond vil­lain Le Chiffre: Mads Mikkelsen, Or­son Welles and Pe­ter Lorre.

5. An ac­tor who played both a hos­tile bad guy op­po­site Ti­mothy Dal­ton’s Bond and a friendly con­fed­er­ate to Pierce Brosnan’s Bond: Joe Don Baker.

6. Ac­tresses who each played two dif­fer­ent Bond girls in two dif­fer­ent movies: Maud Adams, Mar­tine Beswick, Nadja Re­gin and Va­lerie Leon. (Ur­sula An­dress, who ap­peared in both Dr. No and the com­edy ver­sion of Casino Royale was also ac­cept­able.)

7. Which Bond vil­lain was played by an ac­tor was also a step-cousin of Bond creator Ian Flem­ing? Christo­pher Lee of The Man

with the Golden Gun.

8. Six­ties sex­pots Raquel Welch and Brigitte Bar­dot al­most played, re­spec­tively: Domino in Thunderball and Tracy Vi­cenzo in On Her Majesty’s Se­cret Ser­vice.

9. Os­car-win­ning Bond bad­dies in­clude: Javier Bar­dem, Beni­cio del Toro and Christo­pher Walken.


Christoph Waltz, left, and Léa Sey­doux ap­pear in a scene from Spec­tre.

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