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Quiz about A Martini Shaken Not Stirred
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"A Martini. Shaken, Not Stirred" Quiz


A shaken, not stirred martini has become synonymous with James Bond. This quiz takes a look of some the characters from the "Bond" movies who sound like they were named after one too many martinis had been consumed.

A multiple-choice quiz by KayceeKool. Estimated time: 4 mins.
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Author
KayceeKool
Time
4 mins
Type
Multiple Choice
Quiz #
363,276
Updated
Dec 03 21
# Qns
10
Difficulty
Average
Avg Score
8 / 10
Plays
2144
Awards
Top 35% Quiz
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Question 1 of 10
1. In "The Man with the Golden Gun", what is the name of the MI6 agent played by Britt Ekland? Hint


Question 2 of 10
2. Which character, whose favourite weapon is a set of stainless steel teeth, appears in both "The Spy who Loved Me" and "Moonraker"? Hint


Question 3 of 10
3. What is the quirkily named physician who is tasked with assessing James Bond's fitness to return to action in "The World Is Not Enough"? Hint


Question 4 of 10
4. In "Goldeneye" Famke Janssen played which villain with a powerful squeeze? Hint


Question 5 of 10
5. Which "Bond" villain's weapon of choice was a steel rimmed hat? Hint


Question 6 of 10
6. What is the name of the wealthy industrialist who employs the assassin, Francisco Scaramanga, in the "The Man with the Golden Gun"? Hint


Question 7 of 10
7. In which "Bond" movie does Rowan Atkinson play a foreign office representative named Nigel Small-Fawcett? Hint


Question 8 of 10
8. In "Die Another Day" what is the name of the Chinese Intelligence agent played by Rachel Grant? Hint


Question 9 of 10
9. What was the name of the first "Bond" girl, played by Ursula Andress in "Dr No"? Hint


Question 10 of 10
10. In the movie "Goldfinger" what is the occupation of Pussy Galore, played by Honor Blackman? Hint



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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. In "The Man with the Golden Gun", what is the name of the MI6 agent played by Britt Ekland?

Answer: Mary Goodnight

Played by the Swedish actress Britt Eland, Mary Goodnight is the inexperienced MI6 agent who is sent to assist Bond in Hong Kong in the film "The Man with the Golden Gun". Not-too bright and a bit of a klutz, she is sometimes more of a hindrance than a help. During the course of the movie she manages to get pushed in to the boot of a car and is unceremoniously bundled into the wardrobe of Bond's hotel room when she is hoping for a more romantic interlude.

At the end of the movie, Bond and Goodnight escape aboard a Chinese dhow where Goodnight finally manages to snag her man.
2. Which character, whose favourite weapon is a set of stainless steel teeth, appears in both "The Spy who Loved Me" and "Moonraker"?

Answer: Jaws

With his massive size and fearsome stainless steel teeth, Jaws is one of the most recognizable characters from the "James Bond" franchise. Jaws is played in two "Bond" movies by American actor Richard Kiel. He first appears as the murderous henchman to "Bond" villain, Karl Stromberg, in "The Spy who Loved Me".

He is originally scheduled to be killed off in this movie but preliminary viewings revealed his popularity and he is saved to appear again in "Moonraker". This time he is the hired muscle for villain Hugo Drax.

In this movie, his character has a change of heart when he gains a girlfriend, Dolly, and he eventually ends up on the side of James Bond. Jaws only speaks once in both movies, at the end of "Moonraker" when he raises a glass of champagne and says "Well, here's to us."
3. What is the quirkily named physician who is tasked with assessing James Bond's fitness to return to action in "The World Is Not Enough"?

Answer: Molly Warmflash

In "The World Is Not Enough" James Bond is "off the action" until cleared by a medical examination. The red haired physician employed by MI6 and tasked with carrying out this assessment is the unusually named Dr Molly Warmflash, played by the English actress Serena Scott Thomas. Keen to get back into action, Bond turns his legendary charm on the doctor to provide him with a clean bill of health.

She obliges on the condition that Bond "keeps in touch this time". "The World Is Not Enough" is the nineteenth Bond movie and is the third outing for Pierce Brosnan in the role of James Bond.
4. In "Goldeneye" Famke Janssen played which villain with a powerful squeeze?

Answer: Xenia Onatopp

Played by Dutch actress Famke Janssen in the film "GoldenEye", Xenia Onatopp is a Georgian pilot in the Soviet air force. She then leaves and joins the criminal organization, Janus, led by rogue agent Alex Trevalyan. After the inevitable liaison with Bond which involves squeezing him tightly between her thighs, Xenia is finally killed in Cuba in a battle with Bond and Natalya Simonova, a helicopter and an AK47.

After rappelling out of the helicopter, Xenia's harness wedges her into a tree, crushing her. Bond summarizes: "She always did enjoy a good squeeze".
5. Which "Bond" villain's weapon of choice was a steel rimmed hat?

Answer: Oddjob

Oddjob, played by Harold Sakata, is the Korean chauffeur and bodyguard of criminal mastermind Auric Goldfinger in the film "Goldfinger'" In addition to his imperviousness to pain and great physical strength (crushing a golf ball in his hand), Oddjob is perhaps most famous for the unusual weapon he used - a thrown bowler hat with a steel brim.

It is shown to decapitate a stone statue and kill Tilly Masterson. Ironically this steel brim provides Oddjob's downfall. When he tries to retrieve his hat which is wedged between metal bars in his fight in Fort Knox with 007, Bond electrocutes him with a loose electrical cable.
6. What is the name of the wealthy industrialist who employs the assassin, Francisco Scaramanga, in the "The Man with the Golden Gun"?

Answer: Hai Fat

Played by Chinese American actor Richard Loo, Hai Fat is the exceedingly wealthy Thai owner of Hai Fat Enterprises. Hai Fat hires an assassin, Francisco Scaramanga, "the man with the golden gun", to kill a British scientist working on a critical solar energy device and steal the device.

However, Hai Fat's plans go awry when, at a meeting with Scaramanga to hand over the device, he angers the assassin by suggesting that it had been a mistake to hire him. Scaramanga then shoots Hai Fat in the head with his golden gun and steals the device. On departure, Scaramanga turns to one of Hai Fat's aides and states that "Fat always did like that mausoleum. Put him in it."
7. In which "Bond" movie does Rowan Atkinson play a foreign office representative named Nigel Small-Fawcett?

Answer: Never Say Never Again

"Never Say Never Again" is the unofficial "James Bond" movie in which Sean Connery reprises his role as 007. The movie is basically a remake of an earlier Bond movie "Thunderball". A middle aged James Bond is called up to a reactivated "00" department for one final mission when two nuclear warheads are stolen by agents of SPECTRE, on the orders of Ernst Stavro Blofeld, played by Klaus Maria Bandauer. Given the task of tracking down the warheads, Bond flies to the Bahamas where his contact is the foreign office representative, Nigel Small-Fawcett played by English comedian, Rowan Atkinson. Dubbed by some as "the most annoying agent ever", the bungling Small-Fawcett is prone to such statements as "you're an undercover Johnny so I took the precaution of not being followed." As in all "Bond" movies, after lots of thrills and spills, twists and turns, Bond yet again saves the day and gets the girl.
8. In "Die Another Day" what is the name of the Chinese Intelligence agent played by Rachel Grant?

Answer: Peaceful Fountains of Desire

In "Die Another Day", Bond has been suspended from 00 status after a lengthy incarceration in North Korea. While attempting to track down the man he believes responsible for his imprisonment, he arrives in Hong Kong and checks into the Royal Rubyeon Hotel.

Here the manager of the hotel voluntarily sends a masseuse called Peaceful Fountains of Desire to his room. However Peaceful Fountains of Desire, played by Filipino actress, Rachel Grant is really a Chinese Intelligence agent who is trying to obtain information from Bond as to his reason for being in Hong Kong.
9. What was the name of the first "Bond" girl, played by Ursula Andress in "Dr No"?

Answer: Honey Ryder

Honey Ryder, who appeared in the first Bond movie "Dr No", is the original "Bond" girl. Played by Swiss actress Ursula Andress, Honey is an independent spirit who makes her living as a beachcomber selling seashells to tourists in Miami. The scene where Honey walks from the sea dressed in a white bikini while singing "Under a Mango Tree" is considered to be one of the classic moments in cinema.

After initially being suspicious of Bond, she teams up with him to defeat the evil Dr No. Honey Ryder set the standard for all future Bond girls to meet.
10. In the movie "Goldfinger" what is the occupation of Pussy Galore, played by Honor Blackman?

Answer: Pilot

Played by English actress Honor Blackman, Pussy Galore is the personal pilot of Auric Goldfinger, the villain in the third "Bond" movie "Goldfinger", when she first meets Bond. She is the feisty independent leader of Pussy Galore's Flying Circus, a group of female aviators who are working for Goldfinger. Initially resistant to the charms of Bond, Galore eventually succumbs and works with Bond to defeat Goldfinger's plan to rob Fort Knox. At the end of the movie, Bond and Galore are seen bailing out of a stricken plane. Pussy Galore has become one of the best known and best loved of all the "Bond" girls.

An aside - it is in "Goldfinger" that Bond first utters the famous line "A martini. Shaken, not stirred."
Source: Author KayceeKool

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