From Russia with Love (1963)
James Bond: Red wine with fish. Well, that should have told me something.
Donald "Red" Grant: You may know the right wines, but you're the one on your knees. How does it feel old man?
Tatiana: I think my mouth is too big.
James Bond: I think it's a very lovely mouth. It's just the right size - for me anyway!
[pointing a gun at Bond]
Donald "Red" Grant: The first one won't kill you; not the second, not even the third... not till you crawl over here and you KISS MY FOOT!
James Bond: Pardon me, do you have a match?
Kerim's Chauffeur: I use a lighter.
James Bond: Better still.
Kerim's Chauffeur: Until they go wrong.
James Bond: Exactly.
[after James and Kerim bind and gag Benz, the Russian agent, James leaves while Kerim sits down to guard him]
Kerim Bey: I've had a particularly fascinating life. Would you like to hear about it?
[Benz tries to grunt "no."]
Kerim Bey: You would?
Blofeld: Siamese fighting fish, fascinating creatures. Brave but on the whole stupid. Yes, they're stupid. Except for the occasional one such as we have here who lets the other two fight. While he waits. Waits until the survivor is so exhausted that he cannot defend himself, and then like SPECTRE... he strikes!
Rosa Klebb: I find the parallel... amusing.
Blofeld: Our organization did not arrange for you to come over from the Russians just for amusement, Number 3.
James Bond: There's a saying in England: Where there's smoke, there's fire.
Tatiana: [trying on dresses] I will wear this one in Piccadilly.
James Bond: You won't. They've just passed some new laws there.
James Bond: Your clock, is it correct?
Russian Clerk: Always.
James Bond: But of course.
[he walks away, checks his watch, then comes back]
James Bond: Excuse me, you did say your clock was correct?
Russian Clerk: Russian clocks are always...
[the hidden tear-gas bomb explodes]
[When the two Gypsy girls are brought out to fight, Vavra addresses the tribe in the Romani Gypsy language]
Kerim Bey: [translating] The women will fight until one of them is dead or surrenders. The winner will marry the man they both love, the loser will be cast out of the tribe, never to return. If both quit, the elders of the tribe will then decide who will marry the chief's son.
[speaking Romani, Vida lets out a long string of curses, glaring venomously at Zora]
Kerim Bey: She's saying that...
James Bond: Yes, I think I got it without the subtitles.
[on seeing Kerim Bey's office in shambles]
James Bond: Well... who won?
Kerim Bey: I had visitors. Limpet mine on the wall outside - timed to catch me at my desk. But by good fortune, I was relaxing on the settee for a few moments. The girl left in hysterics.
James Bond: Found your technique too violent?
James Bond: [in atypical self-effacement] Suppose when she meets me in the flesh I-I don't come up to expectations?
M: Just see that you do.
[refering to the irriating catchphrase Grant keeps repeating]
James Bond: "Old man?" Is that what you chaps in SMERSH call each other?
Donald "Red" Grant: SMERSH? I'm not with them.
James Bond: [after a pause] Of course... SPECTRE. And it wasn't a Russian show at all. You've been playing us off against each other, haven't you? And it was SPECTRE who killed the Russian agent in the mosque. You?
Donald "Red" Grant: [quietly] Uh-huh.
James Bond: Kerim and the other man?
Donald "Red" Grant: Uh-huh.
James Bond: And Nash?
Donald "Red" Grant: Oh, I don't mind talking. I get a kick out of watching the great James Bond find out what a bloody fool he's been making of himself. We're pros, Mr. Bond. We sweated your recognition code out of one of your men in Tokyo... before he died. I've been keeping tabs on you. I've been your guardian angel. Saved your life at the Gypsy camp.
[there is a short pause as Bond thinks back and remembers]
James Bond: Oh, yes. I'm much obliged.
Tatiana: [Bond first meets Tatiana, who has crawled naked into his hotel bed] You look surprised. I thought you were expecting me.
James Bond: So, you're Tatiana Romanova.
Tatiana: My friends call me Tania.
James Bond: Mine call me James Bond.
Tatiana: [removes ring and hands it to Bond] Here you are. In case you ever need it again.
James Bond: Oh, yes. All government property has to be accounted for. But as I said before, we won't always be working on the company's time. Will we?
[Tatiana kisses Bond passionately]
Tatiana: James, behave yourself. We are being filmed.
James Bond: Oh, not again.
[Bond pulls a film reel from his pocket and unwinds it]
James Bond: He was right, you know.
Tatiana: What is it?
James Bond: I'll show you.
[Bond kisses Tatiana and throws the film away]
[after shooting down a SPECTRE helicopter]
James Bond: I'd say one of their aircraft is missing.
Man in a Punt: Great sport, this!
Woman in a Punt: What?
Man in a Punt: I said, it's great sport, this punting!
[Their punt passes another one beached behind some reeds, where James and Sylvia are making out]
James Bond: I couldn't agree with him more.
Sylvia Trench: Mmm, I may even give up golf for it.
James Bond: You're one of the most beautiful girls I've ever seen.
Tatiana: Thank you, but I think my mouth is too big.
James Bond: No, it's the right size... for me, that is.
Blofeld: Three men were found dead on the Orient Express train at Trieste. One of them was Grant. What have you got to say about that Number Five?
Kronsteen: It was Klebb's choice. Her people failed.
Rosa Klebb: It was your plan they followed implicitly.
Kronsteen: Impossible. It was perfect.
Rosa Klebb: Except for one thing, they were dealing with Bond.
Kronsteen: Who is Bond compared with Kronsteen?
James Bond: Now, listen, just do as I say, will you?
Tatiana: Yes, James.
[James slaps Tatiana on the fanny]
Tatiana: But, there are some English customs - that are going to be changed.
James Bond: But, of course, darling.
[Tatiana playfully laughs]
James Bond: [Playfully] Once more into the breach, dear friends.
Miss Moneypenny: And one plane ticket, lucky man. I've never been to Istanbul.
James Bond: You've never been to Istanbul? Where the moonlight on the Bosphorus is irresistible.
Miss Moneypenny: Maybe I should get you to take me there someday. I've tried everything else.
James Bond: Darling, Moneypenny, you know I've never even looked at another woman.
Miss Moneypenny: Oh, really James?
James Bond: Let me tell you the secret of the world...
[Interrupted by M]
James Bond: Let's just say that Istanbul's a rough town.
[Moneypenny, M, and other officials are listening to Bond's taped interview of Tatiana Romanova]
Tatiana: 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: Ah, the old game: give a wolf a taste and then leave him hungry. My friend, she's got you dangling.
Donald "Red" Grant: Is any of the opposition around?
James Bond: Not in any condition to be worried about.
Morzeny: [after Grant kills a look-a-like Bond] Exactly one minute, fifty-two seconds. That's excellent.
Blofeld: [aboard his yacht] Bond is still alive and the Lektor is not yet in our possession. I've negotiated with the Russians for its return; we've agreed on a price. And S.P.E.C.T.R.E. ALWAYS delivers what it promises. Our entire organization survives upon the keeping of those promises...
Blofeld: I warned you: We do NOT tolerate failure, Number Three. You know the penalty.
Rosa Klebb: [numbly] Yes, Number One.
Blofeld: Our rules are very simple: if you fail...
[Morzeny kicks Kronsteen with a poisoned blade; he slowly collapses to the floor]
Blofeld: Twelve seconds. One of these days we must invent a faster-working venom. Number Three!
Rosa Klebb: Yes, sir?
Blofeld: I do not wish to have to tell the Russians that there will be ANOTHER delay.
Rosa Klebb: There will be no delay, Number One. There's still time.
[in Rose Klebb's Istanbul office]
Rosa Klebb: Corporal, I have selected you for a most important assignment. It's purpose is to give false information to the enemy. If you complete it successfully, you will be promoted.
[referring to a picture of James Bond]
Rosa Klebb: From now on, you will do anything he says.
Tatiana: And if I refuse?
Rosa Klebb: [icily] Then you will not leave this room alive.
Tatiana: [Thinks for a moment] I will obey your orders.
Rosa Klebb: Good. Now, these are your instructions. You'll report to me here. But the Consulate Security Man must not know that I am in Istanbul. This is classified *far* above his level.
Tatiana: I will say nothing to anyone.
Rosa Klebb: If you do you will be *shot*!
[slams her cane hard against Tatiana's chair]
Rosa Klebb: [flirtatiously] Come, come, my dear.
[Starts rubbing her shoulders]
Rosa Klebb: You're very fortunate to have been chosen for such a simple, delightful duty. A real labor of love, as they say.
James Bond: How about a cigarette?
Donald 'Red' Grant: Not a chance.
James Bond: I'll pay for it.
Donald 'Red' Grant: What with?
James Bond: Fifty gold sovereigns.
Kerim's Girl: [Longingly] Ali Kerim Bey? Ali Kerim Bey? Ali Kerim Bey? You are not glad to see me this morning?
Kerim Bey: [Uninterestedly] Overjoyed.
Kerim's Girl: I-I no longer please you?
Kerim Bey: Be still! Ahh... Back to the salt mines.
Donald "Red" Grant: We were keeping you alive until you could get us the Lektor.
James Bond: So, you had me deliver it on a silver plate? That's brilliant. Go on, I'm fascinated.
Donald "Red" Grant: Now that we've got it, you and the girl are expendable... from here onto Trieste.
James Bond: The girl? Isn't she working for SPECTRE too?
Donald "Red" Grant: No. She thinks she's doing it all for Mother Russia. She takes her orders from Colonel Klebb. And so do I.
James Bond: Rosa Klebb? But Colonel Rosa Klebb is a Russian, head of operations for SMERSH.
Donald "Red" Grant: Correction: was. Klebb works for SPECTRE now. The girl doesn't know that.
James Bond: But why kill her?
Donald "Red" Grant: Orders. That's only half of it, old man.
[Grant pulls out a roll of 8mm film and an envelope from his suit pocket]
Donald "Red" Grant: Here's a roll of film. She'll have this in her handbag. And on you they'll find this letter. It's from her, threatening to give the film to the press unless you marry her for helping you steal the Lektor.
James Bond: [confused] What film?
Donald "Red" Grant: [sneers] Taken in the bridal suite at your hotel. Something else the girl didn't know about... or you.
[after tying up Benz with his own suit]
James Bond: I'm not mad about his tailor, are you?
Kronsteen: SPECTRE would probably have the chance of a personal revenge for the killing of our operative - Dr. No - because the man the British will almost certainly use on a mission of this sort would be - their agent - James Bond.
Blofeld: Let his death be a particularly unpleasant and humiliating one.
James Bond: Sylvia, behave! We'll do this again some other time.
Sylvia Trench: Do what? Last time you said that, you went off to Jamaica.
[Starts unbuttoning James' shirt]
Sylvia Trench: I haven't seen you for six months!
Kerim Bey: Take a look. You should remember him. This man kills for pleasure.
James Bond: [Sarcastically] Nice face.
James Bond: [Calling room service at this Istanbul hotel] Hello. Breakfast for one at nine, please. Green figs. Yogurt. Coffee - very black. Thank you.
[Punches Grant, who doesn't flinch, in the gut with brass knuckles]
Rosa Klebb: He seems fit enough. Have him report to me in Istanbul in 24 hours.
Rosa Klebb: Training is useful, but there is no substitute for experience.
Morzeny: I agree: we use live targets as well.
Kerim Bey: All of my key employees are my sons. Blood is the best security in this business.
Rosa Klebb: I hope Kronsteen's efforts as Director of Planning will continue to be as successful as his chess.
Kronsteen: They will be.
Blofeld: Number Three, is your section ready to carry out Kronsteen's directives?
Rosa Klebb: Yes, Number One. The operation will be organized according to Kronsteen's plan. I have selected a suitable girl from the Russian consulate in Istanbul. She's capable, cooperative, and her loyalty to the State is beyond question.
Blofeld: And you're absolutely sure she believes you're still head of operations for Soviet Intelligence?
Rosa Klebb: It is most unlikely she would know I'm now working for SPECTRE. Moscow has kept my defection secret from everyone but a few members of the Presidium.
Blofeld: For your sake, I hope so.
Kronsteen: I shall put my plan into operations straight away - and there will be *no* failure.
Morzeny: Welcome to SPECTRE Island! Did you have a safe flight?
Rosa Klebb: My time is limited! Is the man I requested ready?
Morzeny: [hands her a file] His dossier.
Rosa Klebb: [reading from the dossier] Donald Grant, convicted murder. Escaped from Dartmouth Prison in 1960. Recruited by SPECTRE in Tangiers in 1962. Excellent! Where is he now?
Morzeny: This Grant is one of the best men we've ever had. A homicidal paranoid. Superb material.
Rosa Klebb: Take off your jacket. Turn around. Hmm. You're a fine looking girl. Sit down. I see you trained for the ballet?
Tatiana: But, I grew an inch over the regulation height. And, so...
Rosa Klebb: And then you have had - three lovers?
Tatiana: What is the purpose of such an intimate question?
Rosa Klebb: You're *not* here to ask questions! You forget to whom you're speaking!
Kerim Bey: My friend, if you really want my advice, you should spend a few pleasant days with us here in Istanbul and then - then go home.
Rosa Klebb: Who can the Russians suspect, but the British. The cold war in Istanbul will not remain cold very much longer.
Kerim Bey: It seems we've come on the wrong night. Two girls in love with the same man, threaten to kill each other. It must be settled the Gypsy way.