THE SPY WHO LOVED ME
megalomanic with an obsession for the ocean, Karl Stromberg (played by Curt
Jurgens) enacts a formidable plan for world genocide in The Spy Who Loved Me.
After developing a system for tracking nuclear submarines, he captures two in
his fake tanker, the Liparus; then sends them out, helmed by his orange-jumpsuited
minions, to destroy New York and Moscow and start a global holocaust. Foiled
only by 007 and XXX's determination, he is finally confronted by Bond in his
underwater headquarters - Atlantis.
Bond: Your time is running out, Stromberg.
Stromberg: Your's too, Mr. Bond, your's too; and faster than you think.
steel 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 was so popular in The Spy
Who Loved Me that he 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.