The Living Daylights (1987)
James Bond: Cheer up, Saunders. The operation's a success. And officially, its still yours.
Saunders: I have no intention of leaving it at that, 007! I'm reporting to M that you deliberately missed. Your orders were to kill that sniper!
James Bond: *Stuff* my orders! I only kill professionals. That girl didn't know one end of her rifle from the other. Go ahead. Tell M what you want. If he fires me, I'll thank him for it. Whoever she was, it must have scared the living daylights out of her.
[after demonstrating a boom-box rocket launcher]
Q: [to Bond] Something we're making for the Americans. It's called a "Ghetto Blaster".
[after escaping out of a small jail cell]
Kara Milovy: You were fantastic. We're free.
James Bond: Kara, we're inside a Russian airbase in the middle of Afghanistan.
James Bond: I've come for Koskov.
Brad Whitaker: Hell, you can *have* him. As soon as I get my opium. Now where is it?
James Bond: Up in smoke.
Brad Whitaker: [incredulous] You burned up a half a billion bucks?
Brad Whitaker: That's too bad, Bond. You could've been a live rich man, instead of a poor dead one.
James Bond: You're *finished*, Whitaker! If the Russians don't get you, the Americans will!
Brad Whitaker: Nah. You know Meade should have taken another 35,000 casualties. Could have ended the rebellion right then and there. Hell, Grant would have done it.
[Whitaker manages to knock Bond off his feet, grab a machine gun and open fire on him]
Linda: [into phone] It's all so boring here, Margo - there's nothing but playboys and tennis pros.
Linda: If only I could find a real man.
[James Bond, having just dispatched an assassin in a burning truck in mid-air, lands on the boat with a smoldering parachute]
James Bond: I need to use your phone.
[takes it and says into it]
James Bond: She'll call you back.
Linda: You are who?
James Bond: Bond, James Bond.
James Bond: Exercise Control, 007 here. I'll report in an hour.
Linda: [offering drink] Won't you join me?
James Bond: [into phone] Better make that two.
[On Whitaker being crushed under a statue of the Duke of Wellington]
James Bond: He met his Waterloo.
General Georgi Koskov: I'm sorry, James. For you I have great affection, but we have an old saying: duty has no sweethearts.
James Bond: We have an old saying too, Georgi. And you're full of it.
James Bond: [Bond is pointing a gun at him] Get down on your knees. Put your hands behind your back.
Leonid Pushkin: You are professional. You do not kill without reason.
James Bond: 2 of our men are dead. Koskov's named you. Why should I disobey my orders?
Leonid Pushkin: I am in the dark as much as you. It is a question of trust. Who do you believe? Koskov, or me?
James Bond: If I trusted Koskov we wouldn't be talking. But as long as you're alive, we'll never know what he's up to.
Leonid Pushkin: [Slowly] Then I must die.
James Bond: You didn't think I'd miss this performance, did you?
[Bond kisses Kara passionately]
Kara Milovy: Oh, James!
James Bond: Keep this between ourselves.
Miss Moneypenny: That girl must be very talented.
James Bond: Believe me, my interest in her is purely professional.
James Bond: [after destroying his car] Glad I insisted you brought that cello.
James Bond: Just taking the Aston out for a spin, Q.
Q: Be careful, 007! It's just had a new coat of paint!
Brad Whitaker: How do you like my personal pantheon of great commanders?
Leonid Pushkin: Butchers.
Brad Whitaker: Surgeons. They cut away society's dead flesh.
Necros: [after Bond allegedly killed General Pushkin] I didn't kill him. Bond did.
General Georgi Koskov: I told you the British believed me. I told you!
Kara Milovy: [a police car had been cut with a laser] What happened?
James Bond: [mockingly] Salt corrosion.
[Referring to his machine gun vs Bond's hand gun]
Brad Whitaker: You've had your eight, now I have my eighty.
[Bond finds Whitaker playing with toy soldiers]
James Bond: Pickett's charge was up Cemetary Ridge, not Little Round Top.
Brad Whitaker: I'm reenacting the battle as I would have fought it. Meade was tenacious, but he was cautious. He missed his chances to crush Lee at Gettsyburg.
[James Bond and Kara Milovy snow-slide through customs in a cello case]
James Bond: [yelling] We have nothing to declare.
Kara Milovy: [yelling] Except this cello.
[the word 'cello' echoes through the valley a few times]
[struggling with Kara's cello]
James Bond: Why didn't you learn the violin?
General Georgi Koskov: The sniper was a woman.
James Bond: I noticed.
General Georgi Koskov: Some of the best KGB shots are women.
James Bond: Um-hum.
General Georgi Koskov: Did you...
James Bond: I'd rather not talk about it.
General Georgi Koskov: [thinking Bond killed her] Oh, no. Of course not.
Leonid Pushkin: Put him on the next plane to Moscow...
General Georgi Koskov: Oh, thank you General, thank you so much...
Leonid Pushkin: ...in the diplomatic bag.
James Bond: [in the Aston Martin] I had a few optional extras installed.
James Bond: Relax Georgi. Our engineers have spent months perfecting this.
General Georgi Koskov: How many times have you done this before?
James Bond: You're the first!
Kara Milovy: Vienna's beautiful. Just like Georgi said.
James Bond: You care for him a great deal, don't you?
Kara Milovy: I owe him everything. My scholarship at the Conservatoire. My Strad.
James Bond: Your cello's a Stradivarius?
Kara Milovy: A famous one! The "Lady Rose". Georgi lived in New York.
James Bond: Quite a present.
Kara Milovy: Maybe someday I'll play there. At Carnegie Hall? Georgi believes I can do it.
James Bond: I'm sure he's right.
Leonid Pushkin: [Bond gets the drop on Pushkin] I take this is not a social call, 007.
James Bond: Correct.
[referring to flowers]
James Bond: You should have brought lilies.
Leonid Pushkin: May I ask why?
James Bond: Smiert Spionum.
Leonid Pushkin: Smiert Spionum? Was a Beria operation, in Stalin's time. It was deactivated 20 years ago.
James Bond: Two of our men are dead.
Leonid Pushkin: My condolences. We had nothing to do with it.
[after successfully allowing Bond to get away by seducing the supervisor, she throws him off her]
Rosika Miklos: [in Czech] What kind of girl do you think I am?
[after removing his disguise]
Kamran Shah: Thank you both for your help. My name is Kamran Shah. Please forgive the theatricals, it's a hangover from my Oxford days.
Kara Milovy: You dumb, stupid, stubborn, zadnyaya chast' loshadi!
James Bond: What's that supposed to mean?
Kara Milovy: Back end of horse!
James Bond: Are you calling me a horse's arse?
[Bond and Saunders meet for the first time]
Saunders: Saunders. Head of Section "V" Vienna. You're *bloody* late. This is a mission, not a fancy dress ball.
James Bond: We have time.
M: Gentlemen, this may only be an exercise so far as the Ministry of Defence is concerned. But for me, it is a matter of pride that the 00 section has been chosen for this test. Your objective is to penetrate the radar installations of Gibralter. Now, the SAS has been placed on full alert to intercept you, but I know you won't let me down. Good luck, men.
[Bond and Saunders are discussing the change of plans on Koskov's defection]
General Georgi Koskov: James. James Bond!
James Bond: [hugging Koskov] Later, General!
James Bond: [to Saunders] Lose them. I'll pick you up at the border, twenty-three hundred hours. Be there.
Saunders: Where are you taking him? How will you get him out?
James Bond: Sorry, old man, section 26, paragraph 5. Need-to-know. Sure you understand.
[Saunders has just been assassnated]
Kara Milovy: Did you hear?
James Bond: Hear from Georgi?
James Bond: Yes, I *got* the message.
Kamran Shah: Russkie. Has Colonel Feydor considered my appeal?
Jailer: Yes. Good news. You won't be hung in the morning. You will be SHOT!
Kamran Shah: It's all a mistake. I stole NOTHING!
Jailer: You can tell Allah. When you see him.
General Georgi Koskov: [seeing the Huey] Who's that for?
Necros: You, Comrade!
[knocks him out with his gun]
Necros: [to third man present] Help him or I'll kill you both!
James Bond: I'm posing as Koskov's friend to see what leads I can get from her. You know he bought her a cello in New York, called "The Lady Rose".
Saunders: A cello with a name?
James Bond: It's a Stradivarius.
James Bond: [when Saunders looks none the wiser] They *all* have names. Now where would Koskov get that kind of money? Check it out.
Rosika Miklos: Remember, when this says 100, turn this. Not before.
[starts to leave]
James Bond: Where are you going?
Rosika Miklos: To take care of the supervisor. When pig goes, his control panel will light up like christmas tree.
Jailer: I have not had a woman prisoner in a very long time...
[Kara curses at him]
Jailer: Shout all you want. It's soundproof. The Colonel does not like to hear screaming at night.
[Bond bends down to pick up his key ring; he hits Bond with a club]
Jailer: I did not tell you to get down.
[Bond starts to rise, but he hits him again]
Jailer: I did not tell you to get UP!
Jailer: NOW! Get up!
James Bond: [referring to man who beats up another man] Hope he's not invited to dinner.
Felix Leiter: Just what the hell are you trying to do, 007? Start World War III?
James Bond: Felix Leiter. Now what's the CIA doing here?
Felix Leiter: Nice work girls.
Linda: No hard feelings?
James Bond: Just as long as the party's still on.
Kamran Shah: [men threaten Bond and Kara]
[talks in different language]
James Bond: What did you tell them?
Kamran Shah: I tell them you not Russian. They no kill you now.
Kara Milovy: Not now? How about later?
Q: Una Yakov. Confirmed kills - 3. Probable kills - 2. Assassination methods - strangulation with hands or thighs.
Miss Moneypenny: Why, James, she's just your type.
James Bond: Wrong again, Moneypenny. You are.
Miss Moneypenny: I'll file that with the other secret information around here.
James Bond: Moneypenny, be a dear, ask Records to monitor Czech publications and news services, see if they can find any mention of a woman cellist at a conservatory in Bratislava.
Miss Moneypenny: I didn't know you were such a music lover, James. Anytime you want to drop by and listen to my Barry Manilow collection -
[Bond pats Moneypenny on the behind twice and leaves]
General Georgi Koskov: What's this? From Harrods - a godsend! The food here is horrible.
James Bond: The foie gras is excellent.
General Georgi Koskov: Da-da-da. As Russians say, "Heart and stomachs, good comrades made." Head cheese, caviar, well that's peasant food for us, but, with champagne its okay. Bollinger R.D. - the best!
General Georgi Koskov: Once we were like brothers! But, now he's a different man. Power has gone to his head. He's sick like Stalin! He hates our new policy of Détente.
James Bond: There are a few things I'd like to check out first, sir. That sniper, for instance.
M: Yes. I've read Saunders report. You jeopardized the entire mission to avoid shooting a beautiful girl.
James Bond: Not exactly, sir. I took a split second decision. It was instinct.
Q: Stun gas! Effective range - oh, about five feet. Disorientates any normal person for about - oh, 30 seconds.
James Bond: You don't find too many normal people in this business, Q.
Q: We packed the finder with a highly concentrated plastic explosive. Sufficient to remove a door of any safe. Its magnetic. The actuating signal is personalized.
James Bond: What's my code?
Q: Most appropriate: a wolf whistle.
James Bond: Just taking the Aston Martin out for a quick spin, Q.
Q: Be careful, 007. Its just had a new coat of paint!
Kara Milovy: You're English. Who are you?
James Bond: I heard you play at the Conservatoire yesterday. It was exquisite. I saw what happened on the Tram. Where'd they take you? KGB headquarters?
Kara Milovy: [Bond tuning the car radio] You picked of the police band?
James Bond: It must be an atmospheric phenomenon.
Kara Milovy: They are looking for a foreign car. A man and a woman!
James Bond: And a cello!
Brad Whitaker: My hobby. The strategy and tactics of the world's historic battles. Afghanistan. The Northwest Frontier. 1895. The initial trial of the first automatic machine gun... 303 Caliber Maxim. The King's Royal Rifles - they whacked out a vastly superior force. Kept the British in Afghanistan for another 25 years. Now, what you Russians need over there, nowadays, is the equivalent of a modern Maxim.
Vienna Hotel Concierge: Oh, Good afternoon Mr. Bond. You will need your usual suite?
James Bond: Not tonight, Heinz. Something with a second bedroom.
Vienna Hotel Concierge: Yes, sir. Shall I have some Vodka martinis sent up?
James Bond: Shaken, not stirred.
Brad Whitaker: Necros can do it.
Necros: I've worked with the Russians. My appearance and methods are well known to them. It could jeopardize my comrades struggling for world revolution who depend upon me.
Saunders: Very well. I've got nothing to lose but my pension. Meet me at the Prater Cafe near the Ferris Wheel at midnight.
Saunders: It was bought recently, at auction in New York. Lot 1-2-4, the "Lady Rose" a cello by Stradivarius of Cremona. 1724. Sold for $150,000 - to Brad Whitaker.
James Bond: Whitaker? The arms dealer?
Saunders: The same.
Blonde in Red Convertible: Hey! You lookin' for a party?
James Bond: Seems like a good idea.
[Bond gets in the car]
Colonel Feyador: Welcome to Afghanistan.
General Georgi Koskov: Colonel Feyador, my old comrade in arms.
Jailer: You will be shot!
Kamran Shah: It's all a mistake! I stole nothing!
Jailer: You can tell Allah - when you see him!
James Bond: It's the work of the Mujahideen.
Kara Milovy: Mujahideen?
James Bond: The Afghan resistance.