The movie opens with Bond infiltrating an airbase in an unnamed Caribbean country. How?
|By hiding on the undercarriage of a truck|
|By impersonating a high-ranking officer who looks exactly like Bond, only with a moustache|
|The woman he is travelling with distracts the guards with her legs, giving Bond time to sneak in|
|With his blond hair, blue eyes and plummy accent, Bond fits right in|
Bond is rumbled at the air base and taken away in a truck. He promptly escapes using the guard's parachutes, a horse-float and what mode of transport?
|A dune buggy|
|The world's smallest jet aircraft|
A reception at the British Embassy in East Berlin is rudely interrupted by a mortally-wounded 009 dressed as a clown. What does he die trying to deliver?
|A code machine|
|A Fabergé egg|
Back in London, Bond is called to M's office and finds that Moneypenny has a new assistant. What is her name?
Bond's assignment is to go to a Sotheby's auction to identify the seller of a Fabergé egg, which is advertised in the auction brochure as:
|Property of a Lady|
|The Hildebrand Rarity|
Bond follows the egg's buyer, Kamal Khan, to India. His local contact, Vijay, identifies himself to Bond by:
|Greeting him at the airport|
|Buying him a martini, shaken, not stirred|
|Playing the Bond theme music on a snake charmer's flute|
|Saying the code phrase 'Would you like a ride in my tuk-tuk?'|
Rocking the white tuxedo, Bond catches Kamal Khan cheating at what game?
On losing 200,000 rupees to Bond, Kamal Khan's advice to his opponent is:
|Your luck will change sooner than you think, Mr Bond.|
|You play a dangerous game, Mr Bond.|
|Spend the money quickly, Mr Bond.|
|Sleep lightly, Mr Bond.|
After leaving the casino, Bond is attacked by Kamal's men. Where does he get the sword from?
|A sword salesman|
|A sword swallower|
|A sword maker|
|The dude with the sword that he just punched out|
Kamal goes to visit the mysterious Octopussy on her island. He is transported there by barge, powered by scantily-clad women rowing to the chant of:
Magda meets Bond for dinner and has his photo taken, telling him "It's for my scrapbook. I collect... memories." Bond's response is:
|Well, let's get around to making a few.|
|Will I be joining them soon?|
|At my age, I understand completely.|
|Well, I think you have some very nice mammaries already.|
Bond is captured by Kamal and invited to dinner. What's the main course?
|Chilled monkey brains|
|Curried goat's feet|
|Stuffed sheep's head|
Who does Bond invite in for a nightcap?
|Magda, then Gobinda|
Bond escapes from Kamal's palace and sneaks onto Octopussy's island using what mode of transport?
Why does Octopussy invite Bond to be her guest for a few days?
|Bond served with her father in the Royal Navy|
|Bond allowed her father to commit suicide instead of arresting him|
|Bond killed her father and she wants to keep him close for revenge|
|She's into older men – they remind her of her father|
Kamal: "You seem to have this nasty habit of surviving." Bond replies:
|You know what they say about the fittest.|
|I'll just have to live with that.|
|Merely delaying the inevitable.|
|I'm James Bond, bitch!|
Jewelery-smuggling is her main business, but Octopussy has diversified her business empire into:
Why isn't Q worried that Bond hasn't been seen since he went to Octopussy's island?
|Because he's more worried about getting his crocodile submarine back in one piece|
|Because the homing detector in Bond's shoe is working|
|Because Bond always turns up alright|
|Because Bond is on an island exclusively populated by beautiful women. Duh!|
In addition to the snappy military uniform above, Bond has several wardrobe changes over the course of the movie. What outfit does he not wear?
General Orlov plans to detonate a nuclear bomb at a US airbase, and believes Western Europe will respond by:
|Invading East Germany, where his tank divisions will be waiting to crush them|
|Ending diplomatic relations, and other pitiful sabre-rattling|
|Doing nothing, because the West is ideologically weak|
|Unilaterally disarming, because everyone will think it was an American bomb|
General Orlov is eventually killed by:
Octopussy does not feature death by:
|bed of nails|
In the circus, Mishka and Grishka are:
|Identical twin knife-throwers|
After foiling Kamal's plans, Bond follows him to India, arriving at his palace by:
|Balloon with the Union Jack on it|
In Ian Fleming's short story Octopussy, Bond is sent to arrest Major Dexter Smythe, an army officer who stole a cache of Nazi gold. Bond has a personal stake in the arrest because Smythe killed his:
|friend and colleague, 009|