At the beginning of the movie, Bond doesn't have double-0-status. How many kills does it take to become a double-0?
Bond's first kill takes place in:
|a public bathroom|
|MI6's Prague office|
|The Nambutu embassy|
Bond chases Mollaka, through a construction site and up a crane. After running out of bullets, Mollaka throws his gun at Bond. Bond's reaction is to:
|ignore it and beat up Mollaka|
|catch the gun and throw it at Mollaka|
|catch the gun, put bullets in it and shoot Mollaka|
Bond sneaks into M's apartment for some research and a telling off when he's discovered. He reveals that M stands for:
|M says she'll have Bond killed if he says another word|
Arriving at the Ocean Club in the Bahamas, Bond is mistaken for:
|a parking valet|
|a security guard|
One for the ladies. When Bond emerges from the ocean Ursula Andress-style, what colour are his swimming trunks?
Playing Poker against Dimitrios, Bond wins
|a stack of chocolate poker chips he can eat in his hotel room|
|an Aston Martin DB5|
|a dance with Dimitrios' wife, Solange|
Bond kills Dimitrios in Miami at what travelling event?
|Cirque de Soleil|
|the Boston Pops|
|Star Wars: Where Science Meets Imagination|
Dimitrios has been working for Le Chiffre, banker to the world's terrorists. They have a plot to make a lot of money on the stock market by blowing up:
|an oil refinery|
|a cruise liner|
|a nuclear reactor|
While in Miami, how many times is Bond spotted by someone he is tailing?
Le Chiffre has lost all his clients' money and sets up a high stakes poker game. Bond is staked in the game by Her Majesty's Treasury in the form of Vesper Lynd. How does she introduce herself?
|Lynd. Vesper Lynd.|
|Would you like to take a photo, Mr Bond?|
|Here. Don't blow this all at once.|
|I'm the money.|
On the train, Vesper makes several observations about Bond. Which one is Bond especially pleased with?
|that he went to Oxford|
|that he didn't come from money|
|that he has a perfectly-formed arse|
|that he is an orphan|
Bond and Vesper are given MI6 covers for their stay in Montenegro. Bond's cover-name is Darlington Beech and he claims Vesper's cover-name is:
Bond says that Vesper isn't his type because she is:
Name this character
Bond villains typically have a trait that sets them apart from other men. Apart from being a mathematical genius, what is unusual about Le Chiffre?
|he has six fingers on each hand|
|his heart is on the right side of his chest|
|he has a third nipple|
|he weeps blood|
At the poker table, Bond makes an off-the-cuff drink order: three measures of Gordon's, one measure of vodka, half a measure of Kina Lillet shaken over ice with a thin slice of lemon. What's the mistake?
|the gin should be Tanqueray, not Gordon's|
|it should specifically be Polish grain vodka|
|Kina Lillet is no longer available|
|the drink should be stirred, not shaken|
Bond goes all in with a full house of kings and aces, but is cleaned out by Le Chiffre's hand of:
|a full house, aces and queens|
Vesper refuses Bond's request to buy back into the game, but assistance is offered by CIA agent Felix Leiter. What's Leiter's price for putting up Bond's stake?
|MI6 shares everything they get from Le Chiffre with the CIA|
|the CIA gets to bring Le Chiffre in|
|one night of passion|
Le Chiffre goes all in with a full house aces and sixes, but is cleaned out by Bond's straight flush, 4-5-6-7-8 in:
Bond and Vesper are captured by Le Chiffre, who tortures Bond by whipping his genitals with:
|an electrical cord|
|a carpet beater|
|a thick rope with a big knot in it|
Who kills Le Chiffre?
It turns out that Vesper was forced to provide information, as well as the money, to Mr White's criminal organisation. Guilt-ridden she kills herself by:
|jumping off a building|
|an overdose of sleeping pills|
Fill in the blank: "The job's done. The ________ is dead."
In Ian Fleming's novel Casino Royale, the card game played by Bond and Le Chiffre is not Texas hold'em poker but:
|five-card draw poker|