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Kiss Kiss Bang Bang Some More Trivia Quiz

With 007 it seems to always be one or the other, either charming the ladies (kiss kiss) or exercising his license to kill (bang bang). Do you remember the release order of the second set of ten (Eon Productions) "James Bond" movies?

An ordering quiz by reedy. Estimated time: 3 mins.
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Quiz #
Apr 21 23
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A View to a Kill
Tomorrow Never Dies
The World Is Not Enough
Die Another Day
For Your Eyes Only
The Living Daylights
License to Kill

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Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. Moonraker

1979's "Moonraker" marked Roger Moore's fourth time as the super spy 007, and while the film shares the name of Fleming's third novel, published in 1955, which was itself adapted from a screenplay that Fleming had written. The book and film do have some similarities, but are markedly different in scope.

Reportedly, the production of "Moonraker" was moved ahead of "For Your Eyes Only" after the success of "Star Wars" and the rise in popularity of science fiction. The story surrounds the efforts of an industrialist (Hugo Drax) to exterminate Earth's population and repopulate it with genetically perfect men and women.

The "Bond" girls in the film included undercover CIA agent Dr. Holly Goodhead (played by Lois Chiles) and Drax's pilot Corinne Dufour (Corinne Cléry), who ends up betraying her boss to help Bond. Honourable mentions go to Manuela (played by Emily Bolton), and the villainous Chang (Toshiro Suga).

"Moonraker" marks the return of a prominent henchman for the first time. Richard Kiel's character Jaws comes back to continue bashing 007 around with his glittering smile, but in the end, he chooses to help Bond escape death. Another significant character saw their final appearance... Bernard Lee as M, the head of MI6.
2. For Your Eyes Only

"For Your Eyes Only" (1981) was the 12th movie in the "James Bond" franchise, based on two short stories "For Your Eyes Only" and "Risico" from a book of eight short stories published in 1960.

In his fifth outing as Bond, Roger Moore is tasked with retrieving a device called an Automatic Targeting Attack Communicator (ATAC) that has gone missing after a British spy ship was sunk in the Ionian Sea. The danger of the device is that is able to control the launch of nuclear missiles. Along the way he encounters a Greek business magnate, who turns out to be in kahoots with the Soviet Union.

The requisite "Bond" girls included the revenge-seeking Melina Havelock (played by Carole Bouquet) and the young ice-skating prodigy Bibi Dahl (portrayed by Lynn-Holly Johnson). Honourable mention goes to Lisl, The Countess Von Schlaf (Cassandra Harris).
3. Octopussy

"Octopussy" (1983) was Roger Moore's sixth time playing 007, and the story was loosely based on a short story from the 1966 collection "Octopussy and The Living Daylights". In this outing, Bond is tasked with investigating the death of another agent (009), which eventually leads to the uncovering of a plot to detonate a nuclear device at a US Air Force Base in West Germany.

Along the way, Bond meets Octopussy, played by Maud Adams, who is purportedly involved in the plot, but is actually working to foil it. And also Magda (Kristina Wayborn), the assistant to Afghan prince Kamal Khan (who is working with the Soviets) and bumbling but beautiful British agent Penelope Smallbone (Michaela Clavell). Honourable mention goes to the acrobatic team of Octopussy's women warriors.
4. A View to a Kill

The seventh and final appearance of Roger Moore as James Bond, "A View to a Kill", is based on the title of a short story from the 1960 "For Your Eyes Only" collection titled "From a View to a Kill", although it was an entirely new screenplay made for the film.

In the movie, Max Zorin (portrayed by Christopher Walken) has a diabolical (aren't they all) plan to trigger an earthquake in order to flood Silicon Valley and take control of the microchip market. Of course, there is more to it than just one man's ambition, as Zorin has ties to the KGB, as well as being the product of Nazi medical experiment as a child.

The requisite Bond girl ally is geologist Stacey Sutton (played by Tanya Roberts), while the requisite villain-turned-ally is Zorin's bodyguard May Day (portrayed by Grace Jones). Honourable mention goes to the beautiful Soviet agent Pola Ivanova (Fiona Fullerton).
5. The Living Daylights

"The Living Daylights" saw the introduction of a new actor as James Bond in Timothy Dalton, and with the replacement of longtime actress Lois Maxwell with Caroline Bliss in the role of Miss Moneypenny. The title of the film (and the plot of the first act) came from the 1966 short story collection "Octopussy and the Living Daylights".

The plot centers around Bond's assignment to extract and protect a KGB defector, General Koskov. Of course, it turns out to be a ploy, as Koskov is actually working with an arms dealer named Brad Whitaker to use the proceeds from a diamond sale to purchase weapons for the Soviet Union.

The only Bond girl in this installment is Koskov's supposed girlfriend, cellist Kara Milovy (he was just using her), portrayed by Maryam d'Abo.
6. License to Kill

Timothy Dalton's second and final appearance as 007 was in 1989's "License to Kill." For the first time in the 16 movies made by Eon, the movie's title did not come from an Ian Fleming book or short story, and that would continue to be the practice until "Casino Royale" (2006).

When his CIA friend Felix Leiter and newlywed wife Delia are attacked (she is killed), Bond resigns his position with MI6 to pursue vengeance against the man who did it. This takes him into the world of a Colombian drug lord named Sanchez, and Bond is able to foil his plan to transport drugs dissolved in petrol.

Along the way, Bond gets to know a couple of ladies... one is pilot and DEA informant Pam Bouvier (played by Carey Lowell), and the other is Sanchez's girlfriend, Lupe Lamora (portrayed by Talisa Soto), who becomes disillusioned with Sanchez's violent ways.
7. Goldeneye

After a six year hiatus, James Bond returned with another new face in the role, this time Irish actor Pierce Brosnan. The change was not the only one, as M was replaced by Judi Dench, and the role of Miss Moneypenny was taken on by Samantha Bond.

With the recent dissolution of the Soviet Union, the plot involved a Russian crime syndicate and a former MI6 agent believed dead (006 Alec Trevelyan) as they try to take control of a satellite targeting system called Goldeneye. Bond has to face the betrayal of his former colleague while saving the world.

The women that Bond encounters this time are the deadly Xenia Onatopp (played by Famke Janssen) and the beautiful programmer Natalya Simonova (portrayed by Izabella Scorupco).
8. Tomorrow Never Dies

Pierce Brosnan's second outing as 007 sees him battle a media mogul in "Tomorrow Never Dies". Without allegiance to any particular country, Elliot Carver wants to monopolize the information industry, to the point that he manufactures the news on his own. In this case, he tries to instigate a war between the UK and China, using a 'stealth boat' to fire on vessels in both nations' navies.

Bond makes close acquaintances with Chinese spy Wai Lin (played by Michelle Yeoh), as well as a former flame and now Carver's wife, Paris (portrayed by Teri Hatcher).
9. The World Is Not Enough

The 19th Eon Productions "James Bond" film was 1999's "The World is Not Enough", with Pierce Brosnan taking on the role for the third time. In this installment, 007 is assigned to protect the daughter of an international oil tycoon after her father (Sir Robert King) was assassinated. If it wasn't apparent to the viewer that the daughter - with a name like Elektra - might be involved in the whole process, it soon becomes apparent to Bond once he learns of her history with a terrorist by the name of Renard. To save the day, Bond has to foil her plan to gain control of the world's oil supply by sabotaging her own pipelines and blaming it on a competing oil company.

In addition to the alluring Elektra King (portrayed by Sophie Marceau), 007 also makes a connection with Dr. Christmas Jones (played by Denise Richards), a nuclear physicist who aids Bond in his mission.
10. Die Another Day

"Die Another Day" marked Pierce Brosnan's fourth and final appearance as James Bond, and the 20th Eon Productions film in the series. Things take a turn for the worse for 007 in this outing, as he is captured and imprisoned for over a year by North Korean agents. After his release, Bond returns to work and is assigned to investigate a diamond magnate who is suspected of using a weapon of mass destruction. His investigation comes full circle as the WMD is designed to destroy the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea, which would allow the North to invade.

Along the way, Bond finds himself aided by (and in friendly competition with) Jinx Johnson (played by Halle Berry), an NSA agent also working on the same mission as Bond. And the other Bond girl is Miranda Frost, played by Rosamund Pike, who is initially an ally, but later reveals herself to be working for the film's villain.
Source: Author reedy

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