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James Bond's A View To A Kill

written by: Remco
 
James Bond faces a dangerous psychopath, determined to sacrifice countless lives to achieve his goal. Roger Moore's swan song as 007 begins and ends at famous landmarks in two different countries. In his last adventure, sir Roger's presence is less visible than in earlier appearances as the secret agent. The emphasis in this film is more on his female ally.

Question 1:


What's the villain's purpose in the film A View to a Kill?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)
To provoke a global climactic disaster
To flood Silicon Valley in California
To torpedo the World Trade conference.
To blow up NATO headquarters

Question 2:


This character, who becomes a psychopath as a result of a genetic experiment, is the villain in A View to a Kill.
Quentin Fremont
Isidoro Ver
Max Zorin
Demetrius Xerxes

Question 3:


What famous landmark is featured in the beginning of the movie A View to a Kill?
The Taj Mahal in India
The Colosseum in Rome
The Brandenburg Gate in Berlin
The Eiffel Tower in Paris

Question 4:


Who is the villain's henchwoman in A View to a Kill, who dies after switching sides?
May Day
Persephone Brutus
Waldina Zell
June Moon

Question 5:


What animals does the villain breed in the film A View to a Kill?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)
Horses
Dogs
Monkeys
Sheep

Question 6:


What is the alias James Bond uses in A View to a Kill, when he is at the villain's French chateau in Chantilly?
Keating
Saint John Smythe
Trumbull
Gillespie

Question 7:


Who is James Bond's female ally, in A View to a Kill, who helps him discover the villain’s real purpose?
Stacey Sutton
Kim Faraday
Doris Pritchard
Carolyn Leach

Question 8:


At what famous landmark does James Bond kill the villain in A View to a Kill?
The Statue of Christ in Rio de Janeiro
The Acropolis in Greece
The Pyramid of Cheops in Egypt
The San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge

Question 9:


Which character from A View to a Kill is murdered by the villain's henchwoman?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)
Camille Choufleur
Achille Aubergine
Saturnin Salade
Henri Haricot

Question 10:


In what car does James Bond chase the villain's henchwoman in A View to a Kill?
Volvo
Mercedes
Rover
Peugeot

Question 11:


James Bond's female ally in A View To A Kill is involved in what business?  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)
Oil
Nuclear physics
Space technology
Medicine

Question 12:


Which famous British group performs the title song in A View to a Kill?
Tears For Fears
Duran Duran
ABC
Soft Cell

Question 13:


Who directed the 1985 movie A View to a Kill?
Michael Ritchie
John Glen
Paul Wendkos
Ferdinand Fairfax

 


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