Best Bond villain and henchman

NoTeleBob

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Come on man, that's real evil!

We're talking fantasy evil here.
 

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... abs proving my point from the other thread that the Connery & Moore Bond movies are the best... all. The villains mentioned here are from those movies. None of the post-Moore villains and side-kicks can even be remembered.
 

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Henchman OddJob or Xenia Onatop.

Bond Villan? Francisco Scaramanga from a camp perspective.... esp when combined with Nick Nack.....

I wonder if our answers would be the same if we paired them together ie Villan Auric Goldfinger and Oddjob so Main Villain and Henchman in a pairing?
 

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I'm a big fan of Yaphet Kotto in general.....he could play "menacing" as well as "funny".
The problem I had with the Live and Let Die film was Jane Seymour. If I remember, in the book Solitaire was "mixed-race".....and poor Jane is as white-bread as they come. :)
Mr. Kotto stayed a while in Baltimore while filming Homicide: Life on the Street
He was very well liked and known as a friendly, approachable, generous man.
 

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Some good ones out there, but I always liked Rosa Klebb. Not so much that she was a great villainess (well, she was, I guess), but because she was also a major figure in 1930s drama. Plus, she’s referenced in “Mack the Knife”.

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Here’s one of her performances from way back - it should be somewhat recognizable to many of you.



Holy s#it that was Lotte Lenya?
I had no idea.
Still voting for odd job.
 

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I kind of got squeamish when Daniel Craig was in that seat-less chair and Le Chiffre was swinging the leather ball.

I watched that today. Before the scene started, I told my daughter that it was going to show her what mother dreamed of doing to me. No, we're not divorced or headed that way. I'm just a bad person.
 




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