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Stacey Sutton (Character)
from A View to a Kill (1985)

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  1. A View to a Kill (1985) Played by Tanya Roberts
    ... aka "The Beautiful Prey" - Japan (English title)

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From A View to a Kill (1985)
[At Stacey Sutton's home, Bond cooks dinner; pulls out a excellent quiche from the oven]
James Bond: Et voilà. Quiche des Cabinet.
Stacey Sutton: Sounds interesting. Mmm. What is it?
James Bond: An omelet.
[Stacey chuckles]
James Bond: Now, you were telling me about your grandfather.
Stacey Sutton: He left Sutton Oil to Dad, who expected me, as the only child, to take it over someday. So, at college, I studied geology.
James Bond: And then what happened?
Stacey Sutton: Zorin. He took ober Sutton Oil on a rigged proxy fight. I fought him in the courts. It's taken everything I had: All the cash, all the furniture, everything. So I took this job as state geologist. And I've just managed to hold on to this house and-and my shares.
James Bond: Well, that's what the $5 million were for, your shares?
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