The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)
Barbara Bach: Major Anya Amasova
James Bond : Which bullet has my name on it? The first or the last?
Major Anya Amasova : I have never failed on a mission, Commander. Any mission.
James Bond : In that case, Major, one of us is bound to end up gravely disappointed, because neither have I.
Barman : Yes, sir?
James Bond : The lady will have a - Bacardi on the rocks.
Major Anya Amasova : For the gentleman, vodka martini - shaken, not stirred.
James Bond : Touché.
Major Anya Amasova : The man I loved. He was in Austria 3 weeks ago. Did you kill him?
James Bond : When someone's behind you on skis at 40 miles per hour trying to put a bullet in your back, you don't always have time to remember a face. In our business, Anya, people get killed. We both know that. So did he. It was either him or me. The answer to the question is yes. I did kill him.
Major Anya Amasova : Then, when this mission is over, I will kill you.
James Bond : [Amasova has just used a Bond car gadget to kill an enemy] How did you know about that?
Major Anya Amasova : I stole the plans to this car two years ago.
Major Anya Amasova : Commander James Bond, recruited to the British Secret Service from the Royal Navy. Licensed to kill and has done so on numerous occasions. Many lady friends but married only once. Wife killed...
James Bond : [interrupts her] Alright, you've made your point.
Major Anya Amasova : You're sensitive, Mr. Bond?
James Bond : About some things.
Major Anya Amasova : Where is Fekkesh?
James Bond : With the pharaohs.
James Bond : You have something I'm interested in buying.
Major Anya Amasova : Just a moment. I would like to bid for it too. You forgot your drink, Mr. Bond.
James Bond : Thank you. Na zdorovje.
Max Kalba : It seems you have competition, Mr. Bond. And from where I sit, I fancy you will find the lady's figure - hard to match.
Major Anya Amasova : You don't have to worry about me, Mr. Bond. I went on a surviving course in Siberia.
James Bond : Yes, I believe a great number of your countrymen do. What did they teach you?
Major Anya Amasova : That it's very important - to have a positive - mental - attitude.
James Bond : Nothing more practical than that?
Major Anya Amasova : Food is also very important.
James Bond : Mm-hmm. What else?
Major Anya Amasova : When necessary, shared - bodily - warmth.
James Bond : That's the part I like.
[Kiss and embrace]
Major Anya Amasova : What happened to Kalba?
James Bond : He was cut off - permanently.
James Bond : Oh, by the way, thanks for deserting me back there.
Major Anya Amasova : Every woman for herself, remember?
James Bond : Still, you did save my life.
Major Anya Amasova : We all make mistakes, Mr. Bond.
James Bond : What an unexpected pleasure. Welcome to the Mojave Club. Buy you a drink, Major Amasova - or may I call you XXX?
Major Anya Amasova : So, you know who I am.
James Bond : You made quite an impression.
Major Anya Amasova : Goodbye, Mr. Bond.
James Bond : Well, let's say "au revoir". I have the oddest feeling we'll be meeting again sometime.
Major Anya Amasova : Make no mistake, Mr. Bond, I *want* that microfilm and I'm going to get it.
James Bond : Unless I get it first.
Major Anya Amasova : It's getting cold.
James Bond : I say, anything I can do to warm you up?
Major Anya Amasova : You're not trying to take advantage of me, are you?
James Bond : [tone dripping sarcasm] The thought never crossed my mind.
M : [to Bond] Our respective governments have agreed to pool our resources to find out what happened to our submarines.
General Anatol Gogol : We have entered a new era of Anglo-Soviet cooperation and as a sign of Russian good faith, I'm prepared to make available to you the microfilm recovered by Agent XXX.
Agent XXX : With considerable ease, I might add.
James Bond : Silly, isn't it. We can't talk and yet we're in the same business.
Major Anya Amasova : But with rival companies.
James Bond : We're not rivals at the moment.
James Bond : We don't make mistakes of that sort.
Major Anya Amasova : You sound just like a Russian.
James Bond : In my country, Major, the condemned man is usually allowed a final request.
Major Anya Amasova : Granted.
James Bond : Let's get out of these wet things.
General Anatol Gogol : I regret to inform you, Major, that Agent Sergei Barsov has been killed. On a mission, at Berngarten in the Austrian Alps.
Major Anya Amasova : A tragic occurrence, Comrade General.
General Anatol Gogol : It had not escaped our notice that you had been more than friends for some time. I'm very sorry.
Major Anya Amasova : How did he die?
General Anatol Gogol : We haven't all the details yet, but it appears he'd become involved in a British Secret Service operation.
Major Anya Amasova : Please keep me informed, Comrade General. I should very much like to meet whoever was responsible for his death.
[while making love]
Major Anya Amasova : But James, what will our superiors say?
James Bond : That depends on who tells them.
KGB Radio Operator : Agent XXX. Calling Agent XXX. You will report to headquarters immediately. Agent XXX acknowledge and verify.
Agent XXX : This is XXX. Message received and understood.
Major Anya Amasova : Why don't you lie down and let me look at it.
James Bond : He's on our records. A professional killer.
Major Anya Amasova : Called Jaws.
Stromberg : By noon, the submarines Ranger and Potemkin will have reached their designated firing positions. Within minutes, New York City and Moscow will cease to exist. Global devastation will follow, and a new era will begin.
James Bond : All right, Stromberg; you've made your point. Now, how much do you want?
Stromberg : How much of *what*, Mr. Bond?
James Bond : What's your price for NOT launching those nuclear missiles?
Stromberg : [chuckles] Mr. Bond, I'm not interested in extortion. I intend to change the face of history.
Major Anya Amasova : By destroying the world?
Stromberg : By *creating* a world, a new and beautiful world beneath the sea. Today's civilization, as we know it, is corrupt and decedent. Inevitably, it will destroy itself. I'm merely - accelerating the process.
Major Anya Amasova : That rationalizes thermonuclear genocide feebly at best.
Stromberg : For that, Major, I will accept the judgement of posterity.
Major Anya Amasova : [CUTTING-ROOM FLOOR-LINE] I can give it to you here and now: "Karl Stromberg was a mass murderer who made Joseph Stalin seem like a common playground hooligan."
James Bond : [CUTTING-ROOM FLOOR-LINE] Well said, but I suspect he's heard it all before.