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From Russia with Love (film)

From Russia with Love (1963) is the second of the "James Bond (film series)," based upon the character created in novels by Ian Fleming.

Directed by Terence Young; screenplay by Richard Maibaum.

James BondEdit

  • Red wine with fish... Well, that should have told me something.
  • You won't be needing this, Old man!

OthersEdit

  • Donald Grant: The first shot won't kill you, nor the second, not even the third — not until you crawl over here and kiss my foot!

DialogueEdit

[Rosa Klebb is shot as she tries to kill Bond with a blade attached to her shoe.]
Tatiana Romanova: Horrible, horrible woman.
James Bond: Yes, she had her kicks.

Tatiana Romanova: I think my mouth is too big.
James Bond: It’s just the right size... for me, that is.

[Moneypenny, M and other officials are listening to Bond's taped interview of Tatiana Romanov.]
Tatiana Romanova: The mechanism is... Oh, James, James... Will you make love to me all the time in England?
James Bond: Day and night. Go on about the mechanism.

[Kerim Bey is speaking to a Soviet security guard, Benz, who is tied up and gagged on the train.]
Kerim Bey: I've had a particularly fascinating life - would you like to hear about it?
Benz: [Muffled groan]
Kerim Bey: Oh, you would?

[Bond and Kerim Bay are spying on the Soviet Embassy to Turkey through a periscope]
Kerim Bay: A gift from your navy. It is a pity we cannot hear too. How are things in there?
[[Tatiana Romanova enters room, the periscope shows she is leggy]
James Bond: Shaping up rather nicely if you ask me.

External linksEdit

Wikipedia