While Bond is busy "on assignment", a Moonraker is stolen while being transported from the United States to Britain. What is a Moonraker?
|a nuclear missile|
|a space shuttle|
Bond is called in to investigate the Moonraker's disappearance. What excuse does he give Moneypenny for being late?
|He skied over a cliff|
|He fell out of a cable car and down a mountain|
|He fell out of an airplane without a parachute|
|He fell out of your dreams and into your car|
Ooops! In the opening sequence, Jaws pulls his rip cord too harshly and plummets to the earth. But he survives by landing on what?
|a large haystack|
|a circus tent|
|a marshmallow factory|
|a mattress store|
Bond travels to California to meet the maker of the Moonraker, Hugo Drax, who lives in a chateau, transported from France brick by brick. What other piece of French architecture is he said to own?
|half the Champs-Elysees|
|the Georges Cinq|
|the Eiffel Tower|
What does Drax consider to be England's one indisputable contribution to Western civilization?
|steak and kidney pie|
What is Bond's first observation of NASA scientist Dr. Goodhead?
|she's very intelligent|
|she's very beautiful|
|she has a very funny name|
|she's a woman|
Bond takes a centrifuge chamber for a spin. Dr Goodhead says "Come on, Mr Bond. A seventy year old can take three G's". Bond's reply?
|"Trouble is, there's never a seventy year old around when you need one."|
|"Oh, I'm used to being strapped in like this."|
|"I prefer to give rather than receive."|
|"Funny you should mention that..."|
Bond has a cigarette case/X-ray machine for cracking safes. What other purpose does 007 use it for?
|seeing if anyone is waiting for him outside Drax's study|
|seeing if there is anything useful in Drax's desk drawers|
|seeing Drax's airline tickets to see where he's headed next|
|seeing through Corinne's nightgown|
After Bond leaves Drax's chateau, Drax has Corinne killed by...
|having one of his fellow grouse-hunters shoot her|
|setting his Dobermans on her|
|asking Jaws to put the bite on her|
|setting off a bomb in her helicopter|
Bond travels to Venice on a lead. In Venice, Bond is equipped with a gondola that...
|can submerge for short periods|
|converts into a hovercraft|
|he uses to cruise chicks|
Bond uncovers a secret laboratory in Drax's Venetian glass factory. The entry keypad chimes a set of notes made famous by:
|Close Encounters of the Third Kind|
|the James Bond movies|
After Bond is done snooping around the glass factory, Chang attacks him with:
|a samurai sword|
|a wooden kendo sword|
Chang is killed after Bond throws him:
|off the top of the Campanile|
|off the roof of San Marco Basilica|
|over the railing of the Rialto Bridge|
|through the clock on St Mark's clocktower|
Bond runs into Dr. Goodhead in Venice and later drops by her hotel room uninvited. When he sees she has a bottle of Bollinger on ice, he says:
|"I trust the champagne is as chilled as your welcome."|
|"Waiting for company?"|
|"Do you want me to pop the cork?|
|"If it's a '69 you were expecting me."|
Bond follows another lead, this time to Rio de Janeiro. What pick up line does he (successfully) use within five minutes of arriving at his hotel?
|"Why don't you show me the Sugar Loaf?"|
|"Tall and tanned and young and lovely, I see."|
|"How do you kill five hours in Rio if you don't samba?"|
|"There's a carnival in my pants, and you're invited."|
Jaws' plan to kill Bond and Dr. Goodhead on the Sugar Loaf mountain cable car fails. But on the bright side:
|he's never smelled better|
|he is noticed by a film director and starts an acting career|
|he meets the girl of his dreams and falls in love|
|he saves a bunch of money on his car insurance|
Dr. Goodhead is captured and Bond goes to MI6's Brazilian headquarters, which is located inside:
|a banana warehouse|
|a coffee plantation|
|the statue of Cristo Redentor on Corcovado|
Q's Latin American-themed workshop does not include which of the following experimental weapons?
|a model of a napping sombrero-wearing man that splits apart to reveal a Gatling gun|
Bond defies another attempt by Drax to plan an amusing death for him. Drax: "Why did you break off the encounter with my pet python?" Bond:
|"Oh, she was fine for a quick squeeze."|
|"She thought she had me wrapped around her little finger."|
|"I discovered he had a crush on me."|
|"I thought it was a trouser snake."|
The launch site for Moonrakers Five and Six is hidden:
|inside a dormant volcano|
|behind a waterfall|
|under Drax's chateau|
|in a ruined, ancient city|
Bond and Dr. Goodhead arrive at Drax's space station to discover he plans to kill everyone on Earth using nerve gas derived from:
In addition to metal teeth, it is also implied that Jaws has a metal:
Drax is killed and as the space station starts to explode, Jaws reveals he can speak! What's his one line for the movie?
|"Bond - thanks for everything."|
|"Well, here's to us."|
Bond and Dr. Goodhead destroy the nerve gas globes, and find their post-world-saving activities rudely interrupted. Minister of Defence: "My God, what's Bond doing?" Q's reply?
|"We have liftoff, sir."|
|"I believe it's an experiment NASA asked him to try."|
|"I think he's attempting re-entry."|
|"At least 5 G's, I should say."|
Bonus Question: In Ian Fleming's novel Moonraker, all the scientists working at Drax's facility must comply with what curious requirement?
|they must wear face-masks at all times|
|they must answer to numbers, not to their own names|
|they must shave their heads and grow different types of moustaches|
|they may not wear anything underneath their lab coats|