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Spies 'R' Us: Fiction's Finest Secret Agents
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"Spying has been described as "the second oldest profession". It's long been a favourite subject for writers and movie makers. How many of these fictional spies can you spot?"
15 Points Per Correct Answer - No time limit
A love of gadgets, fast cars and pretty women made this man arguably the most famous fictional spy of the 20th century. What was his name?
The ultimatum I give is to name this spy. If you do, you'll no doubt be in the supremacy. Which spy came from the sea with no memory of how he got there?
Which sophisticated spy was rarely without a carefully rolled black umbrella, a jauntily-worn bowler hat or a pretty female assistant?
His father was a spy; he became a spy and his wife was a spy who defected to the other side. If you pick the right answer, it's game, set and match to you. Which spy was brought up among the bombed-out ruins of WWII Berlin?
If you need to phone a friend to find the answer to this question, take off your shoe and talk into it. Which fictional spy liked his gadgets and his pretty assistant?
His cover story was that of an insurance consultant, but he travelled Europe combating evil geniuses intent on doing monstrous things. His sidekicks included a sharpshooter, a wealthy journalist and a beautiful female assistant. Who was he?
They thought he was brave, but he was a coward; they thought he was a man of action, but he was a bumbler. Who did the British secret service think they could depend on at the height of the Cold War?
Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to identify the first leader of a group of technically ingenious agents who found very little impossible. This quiz will self-destruct in 30 seconds...
Her father worked for the CIA and her mother for the KGB; no wonder this spy was confused - especially when she found that the mother she thought was dead was very much alive, and the organisation she worked for was not the one she thought she worked for. Phew! Which multilingual character was a dab hand at Krav Maga (alias a martial art)?
"What a difference a day makes
Just 24 little hours..."
If he had time for a shower, these words might have been appropriate. Time was always running out on this character as he battled to save the world as he knew it. Which action hero probably felt like singing these lyrics in the shower?
Which glamorous spy was initially very animated in working for her country?
Harriet the Spy
He never carried a gun and rarely killed anyone; he seldom got to use fancy gadgets and hardly ever got the pretty woman. Some people feel that he turned into a number. I can't give you six clues, though, just four. Which spy must have felt like James Bond's poorer cousin?
All he wanted was to serve at the Front, but the secret service called him back time and again. Even in retirement, he was needed to rescue some hostages. Which secret agent was wounded in warfare but still had to climb 39 steps to fight the foe?
This character was almost constantly in pain from his feet. Which scruffy fictional spy sold out his bosses to the enemy and later had an affair with a glamorous Russian agent?
Beautiful; intelligent; deadly - which of Mossad's finest turned her hand to assisting navy sleuths?
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Compiled Jun 28 12