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James Bond's Thunderball

written by: Remco
 
James Bond faces a formidable opponent in his fourth spy adventure. The Western world is threatened by S.P.E.C.T.R.E. in the form of atomic blackmail. The dark organization plans to destroy a major city in the U.S. or Britain unless a huge ransom is paid. Operation Thunderball is set up in order to prevent this evil scheme from being realized. Enjoy and good luck Mr. James Bond!

Question 1:


What s the villain's name, in the 1965 motion picture, "Thunderball?"  (place mouse pointer over ? icon to view hints or answer requirements)
Atticus Finch
Miguel de Torquemada
Emilio Largo
Peter Franks

Question 2:


In the 1965 movie, "Thunderball," how many atomic bombs are stolen from the jet fighter that disappears from radar?
None
Two
Three
One

Question 3:


In James Bond's "Thunderball," what means of communication does the British government use, to let the S.P.E.C.T.R.E. organization know that their terms are acceptable?
Television
Radio
Big Ben
Billboard

Question 4:


In the Bond movie, "Thunderball," the villain's yacht, called this, had a crucial part in S.P.E.C.T.R.E.'s evil scheme.
Merry Mermaid
Disco Volante
Ocean Pirate
Terrible Triton

Question 5:


What causes the death of MI6 agent, Paula Kaplan, in the motion picture, "Thunderball?"
Cyanide capsule
Venomous snake
Radiation sickness
Laser beam

Question 6:


In the 1965 movie, "Thunderball," James Bond is sent to what city, to make contact with Domino?"
Honolulu
Macau
Nassau
Trinidad

Question 7:


This street parade, seen in the 1965 film, "Thunderball," helps Bond elude his pursuers.
Agawinti
Junkanoo
Holiputra
Milabudu

Question 8:


In the motion picture, "Thunderball," she befriends James Bond and puts him on the trail of the villain, who happens to be her guardian.
Charlotte Corday
Amelia Abbott
Ginette Gibson
Domino Derval

Question 9:


As we learn during a meeting of S.P.E.C.T.R.E. agents, this is the villain's codename in James Bond's, "Thunderball."
Number 6
Number 5
Number 1
Number 2

Question 10:


Who sang the theme song to 1965 James Bond movie, "Thunderball?"
Paul Anka
Englebert Humperdinck
Tom Jones
Dean Torrence

Question 11:


When James Bond is invited to play this sport, in 1965's, "Thunderball," he remarks that he knows more about women, than about this sport.
Shooting clay pigeons
Horse riding
Tennis
Archery

Question 12:


In the motion picture, "Thunderball," James Bond attends the fake funeral of this person.
Antoine Simonot
Xavier Duval
Emile Meyer
Jacques Bouvar

Question 13:


What British film director, born in Shanghai, China, directed three, including the first in the series of James Bond movies - "Dr. No" (1962), "From Russia with Love" (1963), and "Thunderball" (1965)?
John Glen
Guy Hamilton
Terence Young
Lewis Gilbert

 


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