another egocentrical megalomanic, Hugo Drax from Moonraker is given a double
edge by Michael Lonsdale, his quiet good manners hiding an angry, troubled soul.
By the world, he is seen as a great businessman, a philanthropist and a genius.
To Bond, he is a madman whose over-inflated ego now threatens the world. His
plan to annihilate the inhabitants of Earth in favour of his own
"super-race" in space conjures up shades of Karl Stromberg from The
Spy Who Loved Me, but is given a new twist by the space station based
"Look after Mr. Bond. See that some harm comes to him."
toothed and very, very big, Richard Kiel made Jaws an invulnerable opponent for
007. Although fed to a shark, driven into the roof of a house, thrown out
of a train, dropped out of an aeroplane, crashed into a winching station,
plummeted over a waterfall and allowed to freefall from space, Jaws always just
brushes himself off and carries on with the job in hand, which is killing Bond.
The ultimate villain's henchman, Jaws made a return appearance in Moonraker.
Bond: His name's Jaws, he kills people.
Bond: He just stopped in for a quick bite.
Jaws: Well, here's to us.