Make up a villain,henchman or bond girl name.

001001
edited January 2013 in Bond 26 & Beyond Posts: 1,575
Make up a villain,henchman or bond girl name whether it be accepted or rejected for future bond films.

For a villain : Juan De Cesaris.
Dr Ben Dover........Rejected.
Bond girl: Francine Demarchi.
Henchman: Ho Mega. (this really is product placemant) Rejected.
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  • Posts: 1,098
    My real name is 'Arthur Brain'.......that could be a good name for a Bond character!
  • 001001
    Posts: 1,575
    mepal1 wrote:
    My real name is 'Arthur Brain'.......that could be a good name for a Bond character!

    Rejected. :)

  • Posts: 1,098
    001 wrote:
    mepal1 wrote:
    My real name is 'Arthur Brain'.......that could be a good name for a Bond character!

    Rejected. :)

    Thanks...............NOT

    :(
  • 001001
    Posts: 1,575
    mepal1 wrote:
    001 wrote:
    mepal1 wrote:
    My real name is 'Arthur Brain'.......that could be a good name for a Bond character!

    Rejected. :)

    Thanks...............NOT

    :(

    Rejected for a bond film, nothing personal. :)

  • X3MSonicXX3MSonicX https://www.behance.net/gallery/86760163/Fa-Posteres-de-007-No-Time-To-Die
    Posts: 2,635
    Arthur Brain... That's a good name to think at. #DADJokes
  • Villain - Faux King 'Al.
  • 001001
    Posts: 1,575
    Bond girl - Fannie mae.
  • Posts: 5,745
    Anna Graham
    Anita Humphrey
    Ali Katt
    Anna Sasin
    Barry Cade
    Jenny Tull
    Lucy Fer
    Mona Lott
    Craven Morhead
    Anagram
    I need a hump - free
    Alley cat
    An assassin
    Barricade
    Genital
    Lucifer
    Moan a lot
    Craving more head.


    I ain't ashamed.
  • Posts: 1,098
    JWESTBROOK wrote:
    Anna Graham
    Anita Humphrey
    Ali Katt
    Anna Sasin
    Barry Cade
    Jenny Tull
    Lucy Fer
    Mona Lott
    Craven Morhead
    Anagram
    I need a hump - free
    Alley cat
    An assassin
    Barricade
    Genital
    Lucifer
    Moan a lot
    Craving more head.


    I ain't ashamed.

    Some good names in that list!

    :)
  • 001001
    Posts: 1,575
    JWESTBROOK wrote:
    Anna Graham
    Anita Humphrey
    Ali Katt
    Anna Sasin
    Barry Cade
    Jenny Tull
    Lucy Fer
    Mona Lott
    Craven Morhead
    Anagram
    I need a hump - free
    Alley cat
    An assassin
    Barricade
    Genital
    Lucifer
    Moan a lot
    Craving more head.


    I ain't ashamed.

    Some great ones there. Maybe a few for the next Austin powers movie as well. :)

  • Posts: 5,745
    001 wrote:
    JWESTBROOK wrote:
    Anna Graham
    Anita Humphrey
    Ali Katt
    Anna Sasin
    Barry Cade
    Jenny Tull
    Lucy Fer
    Mona Lott
    Craven Morhead
    Anagram
    I need a hump - free
    Alley cat
    An assassin
    Barricade
    Genital
    Lucifer
    Moan a lot
    Craving more head.


    I ain't ashamed.

    Some great ones there. Maybe a few for the next Austin powers movie as well. :)

    To be the only ones I would seriously consider is Jenny Tull and Anna Sasin.
  • Posts: 479
    Max Power
    Chesty LeRoux

    But on a more serious note
    Villain:
    Basil Crane
    Waylon White
    Kirk Karlo
    Garfield Dent
    Gerard Labrosse
  • Posts: 14,888
    Villain's name: Wolfgang Görlitz.

    (French) Bond girl's name: Fanny Bliss. Don't laugh, Fanny is a fairly common name in France.
  • PlykshowPlykshow Kent, United Kingdom
    Posts: 35
    What about 'Hans Smooth'
    :))
  • Fanny Bliss? :))

    I remember reading a suggestion for a bond girl name in Empire Magazine many many years ago. I don't know if I should repeat it however, whilst I find it funny, it's not exactly to everyone's taste (and if you knew the name to which I'm referring you'd know that no pun was intended there)
  • Samuel001Samuel001 Moderator
    edited September 2013 Posts: 13,352
    The unused Fleming female character name, Pearl Dazzle is great I think, even though when I've told others they've said she sounds like a porn star!
  • fanny bliss seems a throwback to the classic bond girl names. Imagine bond flirting with Bliss.
  • Vagina Jones
  • Posts: 14,888
    fanny bliss seems a throwback to the classic bond girl names. Imagine bond flirting with Bliss.
    I know I suggested it, but not certain how it would work today.
  • Villain names and their nationalities:

    1. Arch Burris: US
    2. Vasco Barbosa: Brazil
    3. Magnus McCutcheon: Scotland
    4. Piers Bluestone: England
    5. Aurora Blaise: France
    6. Wolfgang Kluge: Germany
    7. Ulrich Meminger: Austria
    8. Scipio Lull: Switzerland
    9. Ferruccio Sospiri: Italy
    10. Stilicho Bias: Slovenia
    11. Vitas Host: Latvia
    12. Spiridon Hiss: Russia
    13. Perilagu Khan: Mongolia
    14. Mustapha Shapur: Iran
    15. Jabril Mashtoub: Algeria
    16. Aurelian Ventress: Madagascar
    17. Victor Sign: Australia
    18. Sixtus Coyle: Romania
    19. Makhtar Bramble: Kenya
    20. Arial Redd: South Africa
    21. Andronicus Kota: Armenia
    22. Cleve Holborne: Wales
    23. Hector Northgate: New Zealand
    24. Fang Peng: China
    25. Baruch Blunt: Ireland
    26. Maceo Hagler: Trinidad and Tobago
    27. Gunther Diamond: Argentina
    28. Suleiman Pir: Turkmenistan
    29. Symeon Blok: Sri Lanka
    30. Ivar Spall: Denmark
    31. Marc-Thierry LeFlore: Canada
    32. Sandrine Roque: Haiti
    33. Vicente Gault: Guatemala
    34. Xavier Brik: Moldavia
    35. Ariosto Machula: Hungary
    36. Laurencio Caldera: Paraguay
    37. Dwight Inderpal: India
    38. Lucien Zolberg: Malta
    39. Massimo Volta: Italy
    40. Cambyses Hook: Scotland
    41. Horst Cabrera: Spain
    42. Cyrus Trezvant: Cyprus


  • MayDayDiVicenzoMayDayDiVicenzo Here and there
    edited September 2013 Posts: 5,080
    Antonin Nightsparrow-villain
  • MayDayDiVicenzoMayDayDiVicenzo Here and there
    Posts: 5,080
    Fanny Chmelar!
  • DragonpolDragonpol https://thebondologistblog.blogspot.com
    Posts: 17,921
    Villain name - Sir Quintin Sayers.
  • DragonpolDragonpol https://thebondologistblog.blogspot.com
    Posts: 17,921
    Villain names and their nationalities:

    1. Arch Burris: US
    2. Vasco Barbosa: Brazil
    3. Magnus McCutcheon: Scotland
    4. Piers Bluestone: England
    5. Aurora Blaise: France
    6. Wolfgang Kluge: Germany
    7. Ulrich Meminger: Austria
    8. Scipio Lull: Switzerland
    9. Ferruccio Sospiri: Italy
    10. Stilicho Bias: Slovenia
    11. Vitas Host: Latvia
    12. Spiridon Hiss: Russia
    13. Perilagu Khan: Mongolia
    14. Mustapha Shapur: Iran
    15. Jabril Mashtoub: Algeria
    16. Aurelian Ventress: Madagascar
    17. Victor Sign: Australia
    18. Sixtus Coyle: Romania
    19. Makhtar Bramble: Kenya
    20. Arial Redd: South Africa
    21. Andronicus Kota: Armenia
    22. Cleve Holborne: Wales
    23. Hector Northgate: New Zealand
    24. Fang Peng: China
    25. Baruch Blunt: Ireland
    26. Maceo Hagler: Trinidad and Tobago
    27. Gunther Diamond: Argentina
    28. Suleiman Pir: Turkmenistan
    29. Symeon Blok: Sri Lanka
    30. Ivar Spall: Denmark
    31. Marc-Thierry LeFlore: Canada
    32. Sandrine Roque: Haiti
    33. Vicente Gault: Guatemala
    34. Xavier Brik: Moldavia
    35. Ariosto Machula: Hungary
    36. Laurencio Caldera: Paraguay
    37. Dwight Inderpal: India
    38. Lucien Zolberg: Malta
    39. Massimo Volta: Italy
    40. Cambyses Hook: Scotland
    41. Horst Cabrera: Spain
    42. Cyrus Trezvant: Cyprus


    Congratulations - you have been really prolific there, PK!
  • Dragonpol wrote:
    Villain names and their nationalities:

    1. Arch Burris: US
    2. Vasco Barbosa: Brazil
    3. Magnus McCutcheon: Scotland
    4. Piers Bluestone: England
    5. Aurora Blaise: France
    6. Wolfgang Kluge: Germany
    7. Ulrich Meminger: Austria
    8. Scipio Lull: Switzerland
    9. Ferruccio Sospiri: Italy
    10. Stilicho Bias: Slovenia
    11. Vitas Host: Latvia
    12. Spiridon Hiss: Russia
    13. Perilagu Khan: Mongolia
    14. Mustapha Shapur: Iran
    15. Jabril Mashtoub: Algeria
    16. Aurelian Ventress: Madagascar
    17. Victor Sign: Australia
    18. Sixtus Coyle: Romania
    19. Makhtar Bramble: Kenya
    20. Arial Redd: South Africa
    21. Andronicus Kota: Armenia
    22. Cleve Holborne: Wales
    23. Hector Northgate: New Zealand
    24. Fang Peng: China
    25. Baruch Blunt: Ireland
    26. Maceo Hagler: Trinidad and Tobago
    27. Gunther Diamond: Argentina
    28. Suleiman Pir: Turkmenistan
    29. Symeon Blok: Sri Lanka
    30. Ivar Spall: Denmark
    31. Marc-Thierry LeFlore: Canada
    32. Sandrine Roque: Haiti
    33. Vicente Gault: Guatemala
    34. Xavier Brik: Moldavia
    35. Ariosto Machula: Hungary
    36. Laurencio Caldera: Paraguay
    37. Dwight Inderpal: India
    38. Lucien Zolberg: Malta
    39. Massimo Volta: Italy
    40. Cambyses Hook: Scotland
    41. Horst Cabrera: Spain
    42. Cyrus Trezvant: Cyprus


    Congratulations - you have been really prolific there, PK!

    There was a time I thought I'd be writing thrillers, and in preparation, came up with a bunch of villain names. Thriller titles, too. And I patterned them after Bond villains and titles.

  • DragonpolDragonpol https://thebondologistblog.blogspot.com
    Posts: 17,921
    Dragonpol wrote:
    Villain names and their nationalities:

    1. Arch Burris: US
    2. Vasco Barbosa: Brazil
    3. Magnus McCutcheon: Scotland
    4. Piers Bluestone: England
    5. Aurora Blaise: France
    6. Wolfgang Kluge: Germany
    7. Ulrich Meminger: Austria
    8. Scipio Lull: Switzerland
    9. Ferruccio Sospiri: Italy
    10. Stilicho Bias: Slovenia
    11. Vitas Host: Latvia
    12. Spiridon Hiss: Russia
    13. Perilagu Khan: Mongolia
    14. Mustapha Shapur: Iran
    15. Jabril Mashtoub: Algeria
    16. Aurelian Ventress: Madagascar
    17. Victor Sign: Australia
    18. Sixtus Coyle: Romania
    19. Makhtar Bramble: Kenya
    20. Arial Redd: South Africa
    21. Andronicus Kota: Armenia
    22. Cleve Holborne: Wales
    23. Hector Northgate: New Zealand
    24. Fang Peng: China
    25. Baruch Blunt: Ireland
    26. Maceo Hagler: Trinidad and Tobago
    27. Gunther Diamond: Argentina
    28. Suleiman Pir: Turkmenistan
    29. Symeon Blok: Sri Lanka
    30. Ivar Spall: Denmark
    31. Marc-Thierry LeFlore: Canada
    32. Sandrine Roque: Haiti
    33. Vicente Gault: Guatemala
    34. Xavier Brik: Moldavia
    35. Ariosto Machula: Hungary
    36. Laurencio Caldera: Paraguay
    37. Dwight Inderpal: India
    38. Lucien Zolberg: Malta
    39. Massimo Volta: Italy
    40. Cambyses Hook: Scotland
    41. Horst Cabrera: Spain
    42. Cyrus Trezvant: Cyprus


    Congratulations - you have been really prolific there, PK!

    There was a time I thought I'd be writing thrillers, and in preparation, came up with a bunch of villain names. Thriller titles, too. And I patterned them after Bond villains and titles.

    I thought as much myself. I've done the same but stick to writing non-fiction as there are less parameters there I find.
  • edited September 2013 Posts: 686
    Vlad Szakács
    Domenico Cracchiolo

  • Posts: 686
    Why not just have a nameless henchman?
  • Posts: 14,888
    Dragonpol wrote:
    Dragonpol wrote:
    Villain names and their nationalities:

    1. Arch Burris: US
    2. Vasco Barbosa: Brazil
    3. Magnus McCutcheon: Scotland
    4. Piers Bluestone: England
    5. Aurora Blaise: France
    6. Wolfgang Kluge: Germany
    7. Ulrich Meminger: Austria
    8. Scipio Lull: Switzerland
    9. Ferruccio Sospiri: Italy
    10. Stilicho Bias: Slovenia
    11. Vitas Host: Latvia
    12. Spiridon Hiss: Russia
    13. Perilagu Khan: Mongolia
    14. Mustapha Shapur: Iran
    15. Jabril Mashtoub: Algeria
    16. Aurelian Ventress: Madagascar
    17. Victor Sign: Australia
    18. Sixtus Coyle: Romania
    19. Makhtar Bramble: Kenya
    20. Arial Redd: South Africa
    21. Andronicus Kota: Armenia
    22. Cleve Holborne: Wales
    23. Hector Northgate: New Zealand
    24. Fang Peng: China
    25. Baruch Blunt: Ireland
    26. Maceo Hagler: Trinidad and Tobago
    27. Gunther Diamond: Argentina
    28. Suleiman Pir: Turkmenistan
    29. Symeon Blok: Sri Lanka
    30. Ivar Spall: Denmark
    31. Marc-Thierry LeFlore: Canada
    32. Sandrine Roque: Haiti
    33. Vicente Gault: Guatemala
    34. Xavier Brik: Moldavia
    35. Ariosto Machula: Hungary
    36. Laurencio Caldera: Paraguay
    37. Dwight Inderpal: India
    38. Lucien Zolberg: Malta
    39. Massimo Volta: Italy
    40. Cambyses Hook: Scotland
    41. Horst Cabrera: Spain
    42. Cyrus Trezvant: Cyprus


    Congratulations - you have been really prolific there, PK!

    There was a time I thought I'd be writing thrillers, and in preparation, came up with a bunch of villain names. Thriller titles, too. And I patterned them after Bond villains and titles.

    I thought as much myself. I've done the same but stick to writing non-fiction as there are less parameters there I find.

    I did write a bit of crime fiction and finding good names fitting a character is always the fun part.
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