We open on Spectre’s training facility, where assassin Red Grant kills a man in a James Bond mask by:
Red Grant is played by a young:
Spectre Number 5 Kronsteen is asked to report to Number 1 immediately, interrupting his:
What colour is Number 1’s cat?
Spectre’s plot involves playing the British and the Russians against each other, using a Soviet coding machine as bait. What’s the name of the coding machine?
Rosa Klebb, is a recent defector to Spectre from the KGB. She is played by:
What is Klebb’s SPECTRE number?
Spectre’s head of training operations Morzeny is played by Walter Gotell, who would later return to the James Bond franchise in what role?
Klebb inspects Grant and pronounces him fit after:
|watching him kill a man with his bare hands|
|sitting on him while he does push-ups|
|punching him in the stomach|
|watching him fight a bear|
Bond is on a date with Sylvia Trench. What activity is the background to their date?
Q makes his first appearance, to give Bond an attaché case with all but which one of the following features?
|tear gas dispenser|
How does the secret recognition code by which MI6 agents introduce themselves begin?
|Can I borrow a match? / I use a lighter|
|Bad weather we’re having / It will be nicer tomorrow|
|Do you have the time? / Sorry, I forgot my watch|
|Where is the nearest pub? / I could use a drink myself|
Bond meets Kerim Bey, the head of Station T. His front is a carpet-seller, but what former occupation does he also mention?
|baglama (guitar) player|
Kerim is able to spy on goings on at the Russian Consulate thanks to:
|a hidden microphone|
|a son who works there|
|the mistress he shares with the Russian consul|
Kerim takes Bond to a gypsy camp to lay low, where they watch a wrestling match between two girls in love with the same man. Bond spends the night with:
|the winning girl|
|the losing girl|
Bulgarian assassin Krilencu has a secret escape hatch in his apartment. It is contained in a movie poster, behind the mouth of:
Bond returns to his hotel suite to find Russian cipher clerk Tatiana Romanova in his bed, wearing
|one of his shirts|
Tatiana thinks her mouth is too big. What’s Bond’s opinion?
|it’s perfect – just like the rest of her|
|it’s just the right size – for him|
|let’s see how well it fits|
|so long as she keeps it shut|
Bond arranges to meet Tatiana the next day at what Istanbul landmark?
|the Spice Bazaar|
|the Blue Mosque|
Bond steals the Lektor from the Soviet consulate and escapes with Tatiana on board the Orient Express. What is their alias?
|Mr and Mrs Edward Fisher|
|Mr and Mrs David Somerset|
|Mr and Mrs John Bentley|
|Mr and Mrs Richard Sterling|
Bond arranges to be met by Nash, another MI6 agent. However, Nash is killed by Grant, who takes his place. When Grant reveals this, why does Bond think he should have known?
|Grant used the word “serviette” instead of “napkin”|
|Grant’s necktie is tied with a simple knot, not a Windsor knot|
|Grant ordered red wine with fish|
|Grant had a limp handshake|
Grant’s chosen method of assassination is strangling with a garrotte, which he keeps inside his:
Bond kills Grant, escapes some Spectre agents and makes it to Venice with Tatiana and the Lektor. Klebb is there also, and she tries to kill Bond using a poisoned:
On the gondola, what does Tatiana give to Bond?
|the wedding ring|
|the film of them having sex|
Bonus Question: In Ian Fleming’s novel, the villains are a division of Soviet intelligence named: