"Name That Quote"

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  • Posts: 5,745
    Okay.

    "Some sort of emergency."
  • The start of FYEO, the vicar comes out to Bond and tells him his office is sending a helicopters "some kind of emergency"
  • Posts: 5,745
    The start of FYEO, the vicar comes out to Bond and tells him his office is sending a helicopters "some kind of emergency"

    Over to you!
  • Okay thanks

    "this is your imposter"
  • Posts: 183
    TWINE - Bond with a gun at Renard's head, trying to convince Akakievich that Renard is the bad guy?
  • Nice. All yours
  • Posts: 183
    "I'm about to make the same mistake twice"
  • Posts: 4,731
    TPM007 wrote:
    "I'm about to make the same mistake twice"

    Max Zorin to Roger Moore's 007 in A View to a Kill, just after Bond said "Killing Tibbett was a mistake."
  • Posts: 183
    Excellent!
  • Posts: 4,731
    TPM007 wrote:
    Excellent!

    Thank you, good sir! Much appreciated!

    New quote: "That would be the most plausible explanation."
  • Posts: 183
    Octopussy - Orlov to Bond. Love the way Berkoff says that line!
  • Posts: 4,731
    TPM007 wrote:
    Octopussy - Orlov to Bond. Love the way Berkoff says that line!

    As do I! Such a great delivery! And yes, you are correct, well done!
  • Posts: 183
    "I've asked M to check her out"
  • Bond to Triple X in The Spy Who Loved Me, about Stromberg's ship!
  • Posts: 183
    Congratulations!
  • "Put your hand down!"
  • Casino Royale, Madagascar the agent touching his ear


  • edited October 2012 Posts: 816
    Casino Royale, Madagascar the agent touching his ear


    Very good! Over to you.

    (by the way, may I just say I prefer how the game has been played the last couple of posts: easy, recognizable lines, which move the game along at a nice pace. Works better for me than the very hard lines that couple be spoken in about every film and lag the pace)

  • okay I suspect this may be fairly easy

    '98.6 degrees'
  • 0BradyM0Bondfanatic70BradyM0Bondfanatic7 It was this or the priesthood.
    Posts: 28,231
    okay I suspect this may be fairly easy

    '98.6 degrees'

    Dr. No explaining some kind of rocket terminology at the end of DN?
  • Good guess, though I have say I have probably used too little of the phrase for this to be fair. I can't use all of it, but..

    "...served at the correct temperature; 98.6 degrees"
  • 0BradyM0Bondfanatic70BradyM0Bondfanatic7 It was this or the priesthood.
    Posts: 28,231
    Good guess, though I have say I have probably used too little of the phrase for this to be fair. I can't use all of it, but..

    "...served at the correct temperature; 98.6 degrees"
    Bond in GF explaining to Jill the correct temperature of what they will be drinking as he makes his way to the fridge in a robe?
  • edited October 2012 Posts: 542
    No, but correct on the person saying the line - actor and character
  • 0BradyM0Bondfanatic70BradyM0Bondfanatic7 It was this or the priesthood.
    edited October 2012 Posts: 28,231
    No, but correct on the person saying the line - actor and character

    Maybe it is Bond to M and the man he is meeting at the start of GF when speaking of gold, but Bond goes off tangent with his knowledge of drinks??
  • edited October 2012 Posts: 542
    It is Bond talking to a man - showing off his cultural knowledge
  • Is this Bond at Tanaka's subway lair drinking saké?
  • It is. Well done. Over to you
  • " (...) but I never forget!"
  • edited October 2012 Posts: 102
    Nick Nack in TMWTGG after been put in a suitcase by Bond. "I may be small but I never forget!"
  • I think you may be right or was it the elephant in that years release who never forgets ? ; - )

    In all seriousness, the Villachaize line was actually quite muffled as he was being put in a big suitcase on the Scaramanga boat and you have to be quite alert to pick it up, but it seems the above response could well be a winner. This is one of my favorite threads on the pages, so when Mr Peppermill returns we could have some confirmation and keep this moving ?
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