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1. One of the most iconic moments in Bond history is from 1964's "Goldfinger". Villain Auric Goldfinger captures 007, and we watch as Bond is trapped on an operating table and is about to eviscerated by what type of cutting tool?
2. In 1973's "Live and Let Die" Bond is captured by heroin kingpin and diplomat Dr. Kananga. He is tricked into being stranded on a small rock in the middle of a pond where he is supposed to be eaten by which of the following aquatic predators?
3. Christopher Lee plays the one-named villain Scaramanga in 1975's "The Man With The Golden Gun". Scaramanga lures James Bond to a deserted Pacific island. Here he tries to kill Bond in an elaborate game area that resembles what type of amusement park ride that commonly includes mirrors and odd noises to scare players?
4. In 1971's "Diamonds are Forever" James Bond finds himself in a bit of a pickle when international assassins Mr. Wint and Mr. Kidd neatly arrange for 007 to be killed at a mortuary. By what method do these tidy assassins attempt to eliminate Mr. Bond?
5. James Bond certainly needs to sleep with one eye, if not both eyes, open, as it seems that every time 007 tries to catch a few winks someone tries to kill him. No better example of this is from 1967's "You Only Live Twice". Can you recall the method used to try and put Bond to sleep for good utilized in this movie?
6. Roger Moore's seventh and last James Bond movie was in 1985's largely forgettable "A View to a Kill". While in France Bond flees deadly pursuit by jumping into a 1962 Rolls Royce, where he is rendered unconscious and left to die in the car. What vehicular peril did Bond narrowly escape this time?
7. Attempts to kill James Bond can also be educational. In 1997's "Tomorrow Never Dies" Bond is in the clutches of master torturer Dr. Kaufman. What type of obscure torture style, deriving from the Sanskrit study of energy nodes, does the good doctor try to use on 007?
8. A Bond villain has to be good to survive failed attempts to kill 007 in not one but two films. We first meet the seven foot plus assassin named "Jaws" in 1977's "The Spy Who Loved Me". Jaws attempts to kill the erstwhile Mr. Bond using what part of his body that has been replaced by razor sharp metal?
9. No Bond movie is complete without some time spent with a good stiff drink. In 2006's Bond reboot of "Casino Royale", 007's drinking habits almost kill him as he is the victim of what type of near fatal condition?
10. A most memorable method used to try and kill James Bond comes from 1995's "GoldenEye". Famke Janssen plays the sadistic ex-Soviet pilot Xenia Onatopp. Ms Onatopp attempts to crush James Bond using what implement or device?
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