In the beginning of a 1967 James Bond movie, 007 fakes his own death in Hong Kong, in order to have more freedom to investigate a possible plot, by SPECTRE, to cause World War III. After failing to kill James Bond in Hong Kong, which leader of SPECTRE later traps 007 and says, "You only live twice, Mr. Bond."?
Answer: Ernst Blofeld
Ernst Stravo Blofeld is James Bond's arch-enemy in many of the early movies in the spy series. Blofeld is the head of the evil SPECTRE organization. Donald Pleasence plays the role of Blofeld in "You Only Live Twice". Early in the movie, Blofeld seemingly kills James Bond in Hong Kong. Bond, however, is able to escape the assassination attempt. 007 is later captured by Blofeld, and he tells Blofeld, "This is my second life." A perturbed Blofeld utters the "You only live twice" line. 007 eventually thwarts Blofeld's evil scheme on a Japanese island. Emilio Largo is the villain in 1965's "Thunderball", Mr. Big is a criminal in 1973's "Live and Let Die", and Elliot Carver is a bad guy in the 1997 film "Tomorrow Never Dies".