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Octopussy Quotes

Octop***** is a TV program that debuted in 1970 . Octop***** stopped airing in 1970.

It features Albert R. Broccoli as producer, John Barry (composer) in charge of musical score, and Alan Hume as head of cinematography.

Octop***** is recorded in English and originally aired in United Kingdom. Each episode of Octop***** is 131 minutes long. Octop***** is distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (US).

The cast includes: Desmond Llewelyn as James Bond, Vijay Amritraj as Vijay, Desmond Llewelyn as Q, Paul Hardwick as Soviet Chairman, Robert Brown as M, Douglas Wilmer as Jim Fanning, Louis Jourdan as Octop*****, Lois Maxwell as Miss Moneypenny, Michaela Clavell as Penelope Smallbone, and Albert Moses as Sadruddin.

Octop***** Quotes

Desmond Llewelyn as James Bond

  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "Cut it out. We don't have time for that. Later perhaps."
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "I would have taken that double, myself."
  • (Kamal Khan) "Then, why don't you take over the Major's position? Mr?"
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "Bond, James Bond."
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "Ah, Q; how are you?"
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "Most unhappy, 007, thanks to you. How can I be expected to maintain the quality of my work? Sent out here at a moment's notice. No proper facilities."
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "Yes, well, you wouldn't have a small piece of thread, now. Somebody seems to have stuck a knife in my wallet."
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "Ah, they missed you. What a pity."
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "I've also mislaid my PPK."
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "Anything else?"
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "No, that's all Q."
  • (Unnamed) "Are you with our group?"
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "No, ma'am, I'm with the economy tour."
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "Well, I must say you've become more beautiful everyday."
  • (Lois Maxwell) "I'm over here."
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "Oh, of course you are."
  • (Lois Maxwell) "And this is Miss Penelope Smallbone; my new assistant."
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "That should keep you in curry for a few weeks."
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "May I join you? Sotheby's. Half a million pounds."
  • (Magda) "The man at the auction."
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "Precisely."
  • (Magda) "You have a very good memory for faces."
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "And figures."
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "Fill er' up, please."
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "Dissolves all metals."
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "Wonderful for poison pen letters --"
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "Pay attention, 007."
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "At the risk of appearing to be making light dinner conversation, may I ask exactly why I'm here?"
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "Sit."
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "Forgive my curiosity, but, what is that?"
  • (Magda) "That's my little octop*****."
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "Well, it's small world. You're a Toro, too."
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "I trust you can handle this contraption, Q?"
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "It goes by hot air."
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "Oh, then you can."
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "Having problems keeping it up, Q?"
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "Experimental model."
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "Really, 007. Look, I haven't time for these adolescent antics."
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "Welcome to universal exports."
  • (Lois Maxwell) "Take it dear, that's all you'll ever get from him."
  • (Michaela Clavell) "Thank you, Commander Bond."
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "You know me?"
  • (Michaela Clavell) "Miss Moneypenny described you."
  • (Lois Maxwell) "In nauseating detail."
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "Really?"
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "Easy comes, easy goes."
  • (Orlov) "Leave that. Let's go."
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "Let's stay. Sit on that box. Hands on your knees. Come on, move. Now why is that bomb on the train?"
  • (Orlov) "Who are you?"
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "I'm British Secret Service."
  • (Orlov) "You should be more concerned about getting out of here alive."
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "I am more concerned about an atomic bomb exploding on a US Air Force base in West Germany. You surely can't be inviting a nuclear war? What happens when the US retaliates?"
  • (Orlov) "Against whom?"
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "My God -- of course. Our early-warning system will rule out the bomb having come from Russia or anywhere else. Everyone will assume incorrectly -- that it was a American bomb triggered accidentally."
  • (Orlov) "Yes, that would be the most plausible explanation."
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "Europe and NATO will then insist on full nuclear disarmament -- and leaving every border undefended for you and the Warsaw Pact to walk across at will."
  • (Orlov) "You took the words right out of my mouth."
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "And I suppose it doesn't matter a damn to you that thousands of innocent people will be killed in this little "accident" of yours?"
  • (Orlov) "Better than letting a handful of old men in Moscow bargain away our advantage in disarmament talks."
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "On your feet, General. You're going to stop that train."
  • (Orlov) "It's too late."
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "You can stop it at the border."
  • (Magda) "I guess this is good night."
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "I could come in for a nightcap."
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "Some other time perhaps."
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "I don't suppose you'd care for a nightcap?"
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "Double sixes. Fancy that."
  • (Kamal Khan) "You have a nasty habit of surviving."
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "You know what they say about the fittest."

Louis Jourdan as Octop*****

  • (Louis Jourdan) "A paid assassin."
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "When I kill it is on the specific orders of my Government."
  • (Kamal Khan) "Octop*****, I would enjoy another opportunity to take care of Mr. Bond, personally."
  • (Louis Jourdan) "I will take care of Mr. Bond, myself."
  • (Kamal Khan) "Good night. And, enjoy yourself, Mr. Bond."
  • (Louis Jourdan) "Is something wrong?"
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "Not really. Just a feeling."
  • (Louis Jourdan) "Why don't you come back to bed."
  • (Louis Jourdan) "I wish --"
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "What?"
  • (Louis Jourdan) "I wish you weren't in such a weakened condition."
  • (Louis Jourdan) "Oh, James."
  • (Louis Jourdan) "James."
  • (Louis Jourdan) "Who is he?"
  • (Kamal Kahn) "Englishman. Likes eggs, preferably Fabergé, and dice, preferably loaded."
  • (Louis Jourdan) "No."
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "You're right, we are two of a kind."
  • (Louis Jourdan) "Oh; James."
  • (Louis Jourdan) "Mr. Bond, smuggling is no concern of the Secret Service. I've violated no English law. You're free to leave; but, I'd much rather prefer if you'd stay as my guest for a few days."
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "I'd like that."
  • (Louis Jourdan) "Good evening. I wondered when you might arrive."
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "So you are the mysterious Octop*****."
  • (Louis Jourdan) "And you are James Bond, 007, Licensed to Kill. Am I to be your target tonight?"
  • (Louis Jourdan) "Oh, a man of principal; with a price on his head. Naturally you do it for Queen and Country. I have no country. I have no price on my head."

Robert Brown as M

  • (Robert Brown) "Eyes only, 007. Operation Trove. You'll be replacing 009. He turned up dead in East Germany with that egg in his hand."
  • (Robert Brown) "Do you know what this is?"
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "Why, it looks like a Fabergé egg, sir. One of the jeweled eggs made by Carl Fabergé as an Easter gift to the Russian royal family. They're priceless and very rare. This one contains a model of the imperial stage coach."
  • (Robert Brown) "Top marks, 007."
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "Thank you, sir."
  • (Robert Brown) "Except; it's a fake."
  • (Robert Brown) "Remember, 007, you're on your own."
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "Well, thank you, sir. That's a great comfort."

Paul Hardwick as Soviet Chairman

  • (Paul Hardwick) "World Socialism will be achieved peaceably. Our military role is strictly defensive. Is that understood?"
  • (General Anatoly Gogol) "I believe I express the opinion of everyone present that adoption of NATO proposals does not compromise our defensive position."
  • (Orlov) "Comrade Chairman."
  • (Paul Hardwick) "General Orlov."
  • (Orlov) "General Gogol is presumptuous. He speaks for himself and others who cling to timid, outdated and unrealistic policies. Must I remind you, the committee, of our overwhelming superiority over NATO forces before we give it away?"

Vijay Amritraj as Vijay

  • (Vijay Amritraj) "Game, set and match."
  • (Vijay Amritraj) "Is he still there?"
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "You must be joking. 007 on an island populated exclusively by women? We won't see him till dawn."

Albert Moses as Sadruddin

  • (Albert Moses) "It belongs to a fabulously wealthy woman who lives on the floating palace."
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "Who is she?"
  • (Albert Moses) "No one knows her real name; but, she's known as Octop*****."
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "Well, that's the name I heard at Kamal's."
  • (Vijay Amritraj) "I hear the island is fully of beautiful women. No men allowed."
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "Really? Sexual discrimination. I'll definitely have to pay it a visit."

Douglas Wilmer as Jim Fanning

  • (Douglas Wilmer) "Have you gone mad?"
  • (Desmond Llewelyn) "Let's see how badly he wants it."

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