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4/06/2024 6:07 am  #31


Re: Gotta Catch 'em All Challenge 62 Collage 50 James Bond Live 1 of 2

Adding remaining nationality clues to 205. Where I'm fairly certain that a British character was born in a particular country within the UK, I've noted that. Characters based on real people where online info is limited (usually Ian Fleming biopics) are presumed to have the same nationality as their real world counterparts.

1. Movie; 00s; Russian
2. Movie; 80s; Afghan
3. Movie; 70s; British (England)
4. Movie; 70s; American
5. Movie; 70s; San Monique
6. Movie; 80s; Soviet
8. Movie; 70s; American
9. TV Episode; 50s-60s; British
10. Movie; 90s; Russian
12. Movie; 80s; British
13. Movie; 80s; East German
14. Movie; 90s; French
15. Movie; 60s; British
16. Movie; 80s; unrevealed
17. Movie; 00s; Japanese
18. Movie; 00s; unrevealed
19. Movie; 90s; Russian
20. Movie; 60s; Chinese
21. Movie; 60s; British?
22. Movie; 80s; British
23. Movie; 60s; Japanese
24. Movie; 80s; British (England)
25. Movie; 70s; American
26. Movie; 80s; Italian
27. Movie; 60s; Irish
28. Movie; 70s; South African
29. Movie; 70s; Soviet
30. Movie; 80s; Russian
31. Movie; 80s; unrevealed
32. Movie; 10s-20s; British
34. Movie; 60s; British (England)
35. Movie; 90s; British
36. Movie; 80s; American
37. Movie; 60s; Russian
38. Movie; 70s; American
40. Movie; 70s; American
41. Movie; 90s; Russian
42. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)?
43. Movie; 90s; American
44. Movie; 60s; unrevealed
45. Movie; 80s; American
47. Movie; 00s; British
48. Movie; 80s; no citizenship; place of birth unrevealed
49. TV Movie; 80s; British (England)
50. Movie; 70s; British
51. Movie; 00s; unrevealed
52. Movie; 70s; American
54. Movie; 80s; Soviet
55. Movie; 70s; Cuban
56. Movie; 70s; Chinese
57. Movie; 00s; unrevealed
58. Movie; 90s; British
59. Movie; 90s; Chinese
60. Movie; 60s; British
61. Movie; 10s-20s; British
62. Movie; 10s-20s; French
63. Movie; 70s; British
64. Movie; 90s; British
65. Movie; 80s; German
66. Movie; 00s; British
67. Movie; 60s; Italian
68. Movie; 80s; British/Greek
69. Movie; 00s; British
70. Movie; 80s; Isthmian
71. Movie; 00; North Korean
73. TV Movie; 80s; British (England)
74. Movie; 70s; Soviet
75. Movie; 80s; Ukrainian SSR
76. TV Episode; 00s; American
77. Movie; 00s; Italian
78. Movie; 60s; American
79. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed
80. Movie; 60s; Bahamian
81. Movie; 80s; British
82. Movie; 60s; French
83. TV Episode; 50-60s; French?
84. Movie; 70s; British?
85. TV Episode (later expanded on DVD); 00s; British (England)?
87. Movie; 60s; Japanese
88. Movie; 80s; Isthmian
89. Movie; 80s; American
90. Movie; 80s; Greek
91. Movie; 10s-20s; French
92. Movie; 70s; unrevealed
93. Movie; 00s; German
94. Movie; 70s; American
95. Movie; 60s; Italian
98. Movie; 60s; unrevealed
99. TV Episode; 80s; British (England)?
100. Movie; 60s; Chinese
101. Movie; 80s; British
102. Movie; 80s; Belgian
103. Movie; 00s; British
104. Movie; 90s; Ukrainian SSR
105. Movie; 60s; Russian
106. Movie; 70s; American
107. Movie; 70s; American
108. Movie; 00s; Bolivian
109. Movie; 90s; British
111. Movie; 00s; unrevealed
112. Movie; 90s; British
113. Movie; 60s; British
114. Movie; 90s; American
115. Movie; 90s; Azerbaijani/British (England)
116. Movie; 60s; Jamaican
118. Movie; 70s; unrevealed
119. Movie; 60s; Jamaican
120. Movie; 80s; unrevealed
121. TV Movie; 00s; British (England)
122. Movie; 80s; American
123. Movie; 00s; unrevealed
124. TV Movie; 80s; unable to determine
126. Movie; 70s; Portuguese
127. Movie; 60s; likely none
128. TV Movie; 00s; British (England)
129. Movie; 60s; unrevealed
130. Movie; 60s; American?
131. Movie; 90s; Russian
132. Movie; 60s; unrevealed
133. Movie; 70s; Egyptian
134. Movie; 10s-20s; Portuguese or British?
135. Movie; 60s; British (England)
136. TV Seres (pre-Bond), TV Special (Bond); 00s (pre-Bond), 10s-20s (Bond); British
137. Movie; 90s; Russian
138. Movie; 70s; Chinese
139. Movie; 60s; British
140. Movie; 60s; German
141. Movie; 90s; unrevealed
142. Movie; 70s; American
143. Movie; 80s; Nicaraguan
145. Movie; 60s; American
146. Movie; 90s; American
147. Movie; 70s; British
148. Movie; 70s; American
149. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian
150. Movie; 00s; North Korean
151. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)
152. Movie; 80s; Soviet
153. Movie; 60s; Mexican
154. Movie; 60s; American
155. Movie; 80s; unrevealed
156. Movie; 70s; American
157. Movie; 80s; American
158. Movie; 80s; unrevealed
159. Movie; 70s; American
160. Movie; 00s; Russian
161. Movie; 00s; Albanian
163. Movie; 00s; Austrian?
164. Movie; 80s; German
166. TV Special; 10s-20s; British (England)
167. Movie; 00s; Italian
168. Movie; 10s-20s; British
169. Movie; 10s-20s; British
170. Movie; 70s; unrevealed
171. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)
172. Movie; 00s; British
173. Movie; 90s; Russian
174. Movie; 60s; Soviet
175. Movie; 10s-20s; British
176. Movie; 80s; unrevealed
177. Movie; 80s; American
178. Movie; 00s; Bolivian/Russian
179. Movie; 70s; unrevealed
180. TV Movie; 80s; British (England)
182. Movie; 60s; Australian
183. Movie; 10s-20s; British
184. Movie; 80s; Indian
185. Movie; 60s; American
186. TV Episode; 50s-60s; Soviet
187. Movie; 80s; British
188. Movie; 90s; French
189. Movie; 70s; American
190. TV Episode; 50s-60s; British (England)
191. Movie; 60s; British
192. Movie; 00s; British
193. TV Movie; 80s; British?
194. Movie; 80s; American
195. Movie; 90s; German
196. Movie; 80s; Soviet
197. Movie; 60s; French
198. Movie; 60s; French
199. Movie; 80s; British
200. Movie; 90s; British
201. Movie; 60s; American
202. Movie; 60s; French
203. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian
204. Movie; 70s; Thai
205. Movie; 90s; British
206. Movie; 80s; German
207. Movie; 60s; British/Dutch/Indonesian
208. Movie; 80s; unable to determine
209. Movie; 70s; Thai
210. Movie; 00s; British (England)
211. Movie; 90s; Russian/Bosnian
212. Movie; 10s-20s; Mexican
213. Movie; 70s; Swedish
214. Movie; 60s; Cayman Islander
215. Movie; 80s; American
216. Movie; 80s; British
217. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed
218. Movie; 00s; North Korean
219. Movie; 80s; Cuban
220. TV Episode; 80s; unrevealed
221. TV Miniseries; 10s-20s; British (England)
222. Movie; 60s; Jamaican?
223. Movie; 80s; Isthmian
224. Movie; 90s; Swiss
225. Movie; 00s; unrevealed
226. Movie; 10s-20s; British
227. Movie; 60s; British
228. Movie; 90s; Canadian
229. Movie; 70s; British (England)?
230. Movie; 60s; Scandinavian
231. Movie; 60s; American
232. Movie; 80s; Japanese
233. Movie; 80s; Indian
234. Movie; 60s; British (England) but posing as Austrian
235. Movie; 60s; unrevealed
236. TV Episode; 80s; British
238. TV Episode; 90s; British
239. Movie; 60s; British
240. Movie; 80s; Chinese
241. Movie; 70s; American
242. Movie; 70s; Thai
243. Movie; 60s; Jamaican?
244. Movie; 80s; French
245. Movie; 70s; British
246. Movie; 80s; American
247. Movie; 60s; British
248. Movie; 70s; San Monique
249. Movie; 90s; British
250. Movie; 70s; American
251. TV Movie; 80s; British (England)
252. Movie; 60s; French
253. Movie; 60s; British
254. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed
255. Movie; 70s; British
256. Movie; 60s; German
258. Movie; 00s; Canadian
259. Movie; 00s; German
260. Movie; 80s; Soviet
261. Movie; 80s; Greek
262. TV Episode; 50s-60s; French?
263. Movie; 60s; Turkish
264. Movie; 80s; Greek
265. Movie; 00s; Greek
266. Movie; 60s; unrevealed
267. Movie; 80s; unrevealed
268. Movie; 80s; Greek
269. Movie; 80s; American
270. Movie; 70s; American
271. Movie; 60s; German
272. Movie; 70s; British
273. Movie; 70s; Thai
274. Movie; 60s; East German
276. Movie; 70s; British
277. Movie; 00s; Cuban
278. Movie; 10s-20s; French
279. Movie; 80s; unrevealed
280. Movie; 60s; American
281. Movie; 60s; French
282. Movie; 60s; American
283. Movie; 60s; American
285. Movie; 60s; Chinese–Jamaican
286. Movie; 80s; Soviet
287. Movie; 00s; British
288. Movie; 00s; unrevealed
289. Movie; 80s; German
290. Movie; 60s; American?
291. Movie; 00s; unrevealed
292. Movie; 00s; Swiss
293. Movie; 80s; American
299. Movie; 80s; British
295. Movie; 60s; British
296. Movie; 00s; French
297. Movie; 60s; Swiss
298. Movie; 60s; unrevealed
299. Movie; 70s; American
300. Movie; 70s; American
301. Movie; 10s-20s; American
302. Movie; 60s; Japanese
303. Movie; 00s; North Korean
304. Movie; 10s-20s; unrevealed
305. Movie; 90s; Japanese
306. Movie; 80s; Korean?
307. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian
308. Movie; 10s-20s; British-French
309. Movie; 60s;American
310. Movie; 60s; unrevealed
311. TV Movie; 80s; German?
312. Movie; 80s; French
313. TV Movie; 80s; unable to determine
314. Movie; 80s; unable to determine
315. Movie; 60s; no citizenship; place of birth unrevealed
316. Movie; 80s; Soviet
317. Movie; 90s; British
318. Movie; 10s-20s; Russian
319. Movie; 60s; British
320. Movie; 60s; British?
321. Movie; 90s; Russian
322. Movie; 60s; American
323. Movie; 00s; unrevealed
324. Movie; 60s; Chinese
325. Movie; 90s; Russian
326. Movie; 00s; Swiss
327. Movie; 80s; American
328. Movie; 90s; unrevealed
329. Movie; 80s; British
330. Movie; 70s; Italian
331. Movie; 00s; British
332. Movie; 00s; British
333. Movie; 00s; French
334. Movie; 60s; unrevealed
335. Movie; 80s; American
336. Movie; 00s; Algerian (but born in Egypt)
337. Movie; 10s-20s; British
338. Movie; 80s; American
339. Movie; 10s-20s; Austrian
340. Movie; 10s-20s; British
341. Commercial; 90s; Polish?
342. Movie; 00s; Italian
343. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)?
344. Movie; 60s; East German
345. Movie; 90s; Russian
346. Movie; 70s; American
347. Movie; 10s-20s; British
348. Movie; 80s; Soviet
349. Movie; 70s; French
350. Movie; 00s; Ugandan
351. Movie; 10s-20s; Cuban
352. Movie; 60s; Turkish
353. Movie; 80s; unrevealed
354. Movie; 60s; Mexican
355. TV Episode; 00s; British?
357. Movie; 80s; Greek
358. Movie; 60s; Soviet
359. Movie; 70s; American
360. Movie; 60s; Soviet
361. Movie; 80s; British
362. Movie; 60s; unrevealed
363. TV Movie; 10s-20s; British (England)
364. Movie; 70s; Soviet
365. Movie; 00s; American
366. Movie; 60s; British
367. Movie; 00s; unrevealed
368. Movie; 60s; unrevealed
369. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed
370. Movie; 00s; British
371. Movie; 00s; American
372. Movie; 00s; Bolivian

 


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4/07/2024 8:58 am  #32


Re: Gotta Catch 'em All Challenge 62 Collage 50 James Bond Live 1 of 2

Adding occupation clues to 120. Where I'm fairly certain that a British character was born in a particular country within the UK, I've noted that. Characters based on real people where online info is limited (usually Ian Fleming biopics) are presumed to have the same nationality as their real world counterparts.

1. Movie; 00s; Russian; politician, secret society member
2. Movie; 80s; Afghan; Deputy Commander of the Eastern District
3. Movie; 70s; British (England); diamond smuggler, transport consultant
4. Movie; 70s; American; astronaut
5. Movie; 70s; San Monique; crime kingpin, politician
6. Movie; 80s; Soviet; KGB General
8. Movie; 70s; American; flying school student
9. TV Episode; 50s-60s; British; intelligence operative
10. Movie; 90s; Russian; atomic scientist
12. Movie; 80s; British; butler, security operative
13. Movie; 80s; East German; intelligence operative, biathlete
14. Movie; 90s; French; helicopter pilot
15. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative
16. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; professional assassin, criminal operative
17. Movie; 00s; Japanese; chemical engineer
18. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; diamond trader
19. Movie; 90s; Russian; programmer
20. Movie; 60s; Chinese; sleeper agent (unknowingly)
21. Movie; 60s; British?; adjutant
22. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative
23. Movie; 60s; Japanese; intelligence operative
24. Movie; 80s; British (England); high rainking politician
25. Movie; 70s; American; technology firm administrator
26. Movie; 80s; Italian; intelligence operative
27. Movie; 60s; Irish; sleeper agent (unknowingly)
28. Movie; 70s; South African; houseboy
29. Movie; 70s; Soviet; KGB General
30. Movie; 80s; Russian; curator
31. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; businessman in novelization
32. Movie; 10s-20s; British; criminal operative
34. Movie; 60s; British (England); intelligence operative
35. Movie; 90s; British; navy captain
36. Movie; 80s; American; state geologist
37. Movie; 60s; Russian; cipher clerk
38. Movie; 70s; American; enforcer, acrobat
40. Movie; 70s; American; state trooper
41. Movie; 90s; Russian; escort girl
42. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)?; intelligence operative?
43. Movie; 90s; American; media executive
44. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; honeytrap, intelligence operative
45. Movie; 80s; American; Air Force commanding officer
47. Movie; 00s; British; intelligence contact
48. Movie; 80s; no citizenship; place of birth unrevealed; pet
49. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); intelligence operative
50. Movie; 70s; British; navy captain
51. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; terrorist, bomb maker
52. Movie; 70s; American; sheriff
54. Movie; 80s; Soviet; bomb expert
55. Movie; 70s; Cuban; detective, sleeper agent/intelligence operative
56. Movie; 70s; Chinese; student?
57. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; terrorist, weapons manufacturer
58. Movie; 90s; British; Chief of Staff
59. Movie; 90s; Chinese; Military General
60. Movie; 60s; British; Air Force group captain
61. Movie; 10s-20s; British; psychologist
62. Movie; 10s-20s; French; mercenary, assassin
63. Movie; 70s; British; helicopter pilot, personal assistant
64. Movie; 90s; British; Deputy Chief of Staff
65. Movie; 80s; German; geneticist turned horse breeder, head scientist
66. Movie; 00s; British; Special Advisor to the Prime Minister, criminal operative
67. Movie; 60s; Italian; infiltrator
68. Movie; 80s; British/Greek; unrevealed
69. Movie; 00s; British; personal security detail, sleeper agent
70. Movie; 80s; Isthmian; secretary
71. Movie; 00; North Korean; Military General
73. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); author, journalist, officer
74. Movie; 70s; Soviet; KGB agent
75. Movie; 80s; Ukrainian SSR; General Secretary
76. TV Episode; 00s; American; professional gambler?
77. Movie; 00s; Italian; unrevealed
78. Movie; 60s; American; professional gambler?
79. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; unrevealed
80. Movie; 60s; Bahamian; intelligence operative
81. Movie; 80s; British; secretary
82. Movie; 60s; French; intelligence agency Head
83. TV Episode; 50-60s; French?; intelligence operative
84. Movie; 70s; British?; diamond smuggler, missionary teacher
85. TV Episode (later expanded on DVD); 00s; British (England)?; intelligence operative?
87. Movie; 60s; Japanese; Head of Secret Service
88. Movie; 80s; Isthmian;  enforcer, henchman, advisor
89. Movie; 80s; American; police detective
90. Movie; 80s; Greek/British (born in Greece); unrevealed
91. Movie; 10s-20s; French; consultant psychiatrist
92. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; maintenance and security officer/mechanic
93. Movie; 00s; German; criminal operative
94. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative, astronaut
95. Movie; 60s; Italian; criminal operative
98. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; crime boss
99. TV Episode; 80s; British (England)?; businessman, criminal
100. Movie; 60s; Chinese; technical liaison/nuclear fission specialist, intelligence operative
101. Movie; 80s; British; Foreign and Commonwealth Office representative
102. Movie; 80s; Belgian; henchman, professional assassin
103. Movie; 00s; British; personal assistant
104. Movie; 90s; Ukrainian SSR; head of security, terrorist
105. Movie; 60s; Russian; cipher clerk
106. Movie; 70s; American; CIA agent
107. Movie; 70s; American; flying school owner?
108. Movie; 00s; Bolivian; military lieutenant
109. Movie; 90s; British; construction magnate, oil magnate
111. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player
112. Movie; 90s; British; navy Fleet Commander
113. Movie; 60s; British; secretary
114. Movie; 90s; American; Head of Special Projects, vice-president of media company
115. Movie; 90s; Azerbaijani/British (England); oil tycoon, socialite, CEO
116. Movie; 60s; Jamaican; sleeper agent (unknowingly)
118. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; assassin, enforcer
119. Movie; 60s; Jamaican; shell diver
120. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; guard
121. TV Movie; 00s; British (England)
122. Movie; 80s; American
123. Movie; 00s; unrevealed
124. TV Movie; 80s; unable to determine
126. Movie; 70s; Portuguese
127. Movie; 60s; likely none
128. TV Movie; 00s; British (England)
129. Movie; 60s; unrevealed
130. Movie; 60s; American?
131. Movie; 90s; Russian
132. Movie; 60s; unrevealed
133. Movie; 70s; Egyptian
134. Movie; 10s-20s; Portuguese or British?
135. Movie; 60s; British (England)
136. TV Seres (pre-Bond), TV Special (Bond); 00s (pre-Bond), 10s-20s (Bond); British
137. Movie; 90s; Russian
138. Movie; 70s; Chinese
139. Movie; 60s; British
140. Movie; 60s; German
141. Movie; 90s; unrevealed
142. Movie; 70s; American
143. Movie; 80s; Nicaraguan
145. Movie; 60s; American
146. Movie; 90s; American
147. Movie; 70s; British
148. Movie; 70s; American
149. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian
150. Movie; 00s; North Korean
151. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)
152. Movie; 80s; Soviet
153. Movie; 60s; Mexican
154. Movie; 60s; American
155. Movie; 80s; unrevealed
156. Movie; 70s; American
157. Movie; 80s; American
158. Movie; 80s; unrevealed
159. Movie; 70s; American
160. Movie; 00s; Russian
161. Movie; 00s; Albanian
163. Movie; 00s; Austrian?
164. Movie; 80s; German
166. TV Special; 10s-20s; British (England)
167. Movie; 00s; Italian
168. Movie; 10s-20s; British
169. Movie; 10s-20s; British
170. Movie; 70s; unrevealed
171. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)
172. Movie; 00s; British
173. Movie; 90s; Russian
174. Movie; 60s; Soviet
175. Movie; 10s-20s; British
176. Movie; 80s; unrevealed
177. Movie; 80s; American
178. Movie; 00s; Bolivian/Russian
179. Movie; 70s; unrevealed
180. TV Movie; 80s; British (England)
182. Movie; 60s; Australian
183. Movie; 10s-20s; British
184. Movie; 80s; Indian
185. Movie; 60s; American
186. TV Episode; 50s-60s; Soviet
187. Movie; 80s; British
188. Movie; 90s; French
189. Movie; 70s; American
190. TV Episode; 50s-60s; British (England)
191. Movie; 60s; British
192. Movie; 00s; British
193. TV Movie; 80s; British?
194. Movie; 80s; American
195. Movie; 90s; German
196. Movie; 80s; Soviet
197. Movie; 60s; French
198. Movie; 60s; French
199. Movie; 80s; British
200. Movie; 90s; British
201. Movie; 60s; American
202. Movie; 60s; French
203. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian
204. Movie; 70s; Thai
205. Movie; 90s; British
206. Movie; 80s; German
207. Movie; 60s; British/Dutch/Indonesian
208. Movie; 80s; unable to determine
209. Movie; 70s; Thai
210. Movie; 00s; British (England)
211. Movie; 90s; Russian/Bosnian
212. Movie; 10s-20s; Mexican
213. Movie; 70s; Swedish
214. Movie; 60s; Cayman Islander
215. Movie; 80s; American
216. Movie; 80s; British
217. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed
218. Movie; 00s; North Korean
219. Movie; 80s; Cuban
220. TV Episode; 80s; unrevealed
221. TV Miniseries; 10s-20s; British (England)
222. Movie; 60s; Jamaican?
223. Movie; 80s; Isthmian
224. Movie; 90s; Swiss
225. Movie; 00s; unrevealed
226. Movie; 10s-20s; British
227. Movie; 60s; British
228. Movie; 90s; Canadian
229. Movie; 70s; British (England)?
230. Movie; 60s; Scandinavian
231. Movie; 60s; American
232. Movie; 80s; Japanese
233. Movie; 80s; Indian
234. Movie; 60s; British (England) but posing as Austrian
235. Movie; 60s; unrevealed
236. TV Episode; 80s; British
238. TV Episode; 90s; British
239. Movie; 60s; British
240. Movie; 80s; Chinese
241. Movie; 70s; American
242. Movie; 70s; Thai
243. Movie; 60s; Jamaican?
244. Movie; 80s; French
245. Movie; 70s; British
246. Movie; 80s; American
247. Movie; 60s; British
248. Movie; 70s; San Monique
249. Movie; 90s; British
250. Movie; 70s; American
251. TV Movie; 80s; British (England)
252. Movie; 60s; French
253. Movie; 60s; British
254. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed
255. Movie; 70s; British
256. Movie; 60s; German
258. Movie; 00s; Canadian
259. Movie; 00s; German
260. Movie; 80s; Soviet
261. Movie; 80s; Greek
262. TV Episode; 50s-60s; French?
263. Movie; 60s; Turkish
264. Movie; 80s; Greek
265. Movie; 00s; Greek
266. Movie; 60s; unrevealed
267. Movie; 80s; unrevealed
268. Movie; 80s; Greek
269. Movie; 80s; American
270. Movie; 70s; American
271. Movie; 60s; German
272. Movie; 70s; British
273. Movie; 70s; Thai
274. Movie; 60s; East German
276. Movie; 70s; British
277. Movie; 00s; Cuban
278. Movie; 10s-20s; French
279. Movie; 80s; unrevealed
280. Movie; 60s; American
281. Movie; 60s; French
282. Movie; 60s; American
283. Movie; 60s; American
285. Movie; 60s; Chinese–Jamaican
286. Movie; 80s; Soviet
287. Movie; 00s; British
288. Movie; 00s; unrevealed
289. Movie; 80s; German
290. Movie; 60s; American?
291. Movie; 00s; unrevealed
292. Movie; 00s; Swiss
293. Movie; 80s; American
299. Movie; 80s; British
295. Movie; 60s; British
296. Movie; 00s; French
297. Movie; 60s; Swiss
298. Movie; 60s; unrevealed
299. Movie; 70s; American
300. Movie; 70s; American
301. Movie; 10s-20s; American
302. Movie; 60s; Japanese
303. Movie; 00s; North Korean
304. Movie; 10s-20s; unrevealed
305. Movie; 90s; Japanese
306. Movie; 80s; Korean?
307. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian
308. Movie; 10s-20s; British-French
309. Movie; 60s;American
310. Movie; 60s; unrevealed
311. TV Movie; 80s; German?
312. Movie; 80s; French
313. TV Movie; 80s; unable to determine
314. Movie; 80s; unable to determine
315. Movie; 60s; no citizenship; place of birth unrevealed
316. Movie; 80s; Soviet
317. Movie; 90s; British
318. Movie; 10s-20s; Russian
319. Movie; 60s; British
320. Movie; 60s; British?
321. Movie; 90s; Russian
322. Movie; 60s; American
323. Movie; 00s; unrevealed
324. Movie; 60s; Chinese
325. Movie; 90s; Russian
326. Movie; 00s; Swiss
327. Movie; 80s; American
328. Movie; 90s; unrevealed
329. Movie; 80s; British
330. Movie; 70s; Italian
331. Movie; 00s; British
332. Movie; 00s; British
333. Movie; 00s; French
334. Movie; 60s; unrevealed
335. Movie; 80s; American
336. Movie; 00s; Algerian (but born in Egypt)
337. Movie; 10s-20s; British
338. Movie; 80s; American
339. Movie; 10s-20s; Austrian
340. Movie; 10s-20s; British
341. Commercial; 90s; Polish?
342. Movie; 00s; Italian
343. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)?
344. Movie; 60s; East German
345. Movie; 90s; Russian
346. Movie; 70s; American
347. Movie; 10s-20s; British
348. Movie; 80s; Soviet
349. Movie; 70s; French
350. Movie; 00s; Ugandan
351. Movie; 10s-20s; Cuban
352. Movie; 60s; Turkish
353. Movie; 80s; unrevealed
354. Movie; 60s; Mexican
355. TV Episode; 00s; British?
357. Movie; 80s; Greek
358. Movie; 60s; Soviet
359. Movie; 70s; American
360. Movie; 60s; Soviet
361. Movie; 80s; British
362. Movie; 60s; unrevealed
363. TV Movie; 10s-20s; British (England)
364. Movie; 70s; Soviet
365. Movie; 00s; American
366. Movie; 60s; British
367. Movie; 00s; unrevealed
368. Movie; 60s; unrevealed
369. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed
370. Movie; 00s; British
371. Movie; 00s; American
372. Movie; 00s; Bolivian

 


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Re: Gotta Catch 'em All Challenge 62 Collage 50 James Bond Live 1 of 2

Adding occupation clues to 280. Where I'm fairly certain that a British character was born in a particular country within the UK, I've noted that. Characters based on real people where online info is limited (usually Ian Fleming biopics) are presumed to have the same nationality as their real world counterparts.

1. Movie; 00s; Russian; politician, secret society member
2. Movie; 80s; Afghan; Deputy Commander of the Eastern District
3. Movie; 70s; British (England); diamond smuggler, transport consultant
4. Movie; 70s; American; astronaut
5. Movie; 70s; San Monique; crime kingpin, politician
6. Movie; 80s; Soviet; KGB General
8. Movie; 70s; American; flying school student
9. TV Episode; 50s-60s; British; intelligence operative
10. Movie; 90s; Russian; atomic scientist
12. Movie; 80s; British; butler, security operative
13. Movie; 80s; East German; intelligence operative, biathlete
14. Movie; 90s; French; helicopter pilot
15. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative
16. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; professional assassin, criminal operative
17. Movie; 00s; Japanese; chemical engineer
18. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; diamond trader
19. Movie; 90s; Russian; programmer
20. Movie; 60s; Chinese; sleeper agent (unknowingly)
21. Movie; 60s; British?; adjutant
22. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative
23. Movie; 60s; Japanese; intelligence operative
24. Movie; 80s; British (England); high rainking politician
25. Movie; 70s; American; technology firm administrator
26. Movie; 80s; Italian; intelligence operative
27. Movie; 60s; Irish; sleeper agent (unknowingly)
28. Movie; 70s; South African; houseboy
29. Movie; 70s; Soviet; KGB General
30. Movie; 80s; Russian; curator
31. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; businessman in novelization
32. Movie; 10s-20s; British; criminal operative
34. Movie; 60s; British (England); intelligence operative
35. Movie; 90s; British; navy captain
36. Movie; 80s; American; state geologist
37. Movie; 60s; Russian; cipher clerk
38. Movie; 70s; American; enforcer, acrobat
40. Movie; 70s; American; state trooper
41. Movie; 90s; Russian; escort girl
42. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)?; intelligence operative?
43. Movie; 90s; American; media executive
44. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; honeytrap, intelligence operative
45. Movie; 80s; American; Air Force commanding officer
47. Movie; 00s; British; intelligence contact
48. Movie; 80s; no citizenship; place of birth unrevealed; pet
49. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); intelligence operative
50. Movie; 70s; British; navy captain
51. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; terrorist, bomb maker
52. Movie; 70s; American; sheriff
54. Movie; 80s; Soviet; bomb expert
55. Movie; 70s; Cuban; detective, sleeper agent/intelligence operative
56. Movie; 70s; Chinese; student?
57. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; terrorist, weapons manufacturer
58. Movie; 90s; British; Chief of Staff
59. Movie; 90s; Chinese; Military General
60. Movie; 60s; British; Air Force group captain
61. Movie; 10s-20s; British; psychologist
62. Movie; 10s-20s; French; mercenary, assassin
63. Movie; 70s; British; helicopter pilot, personal assistant
64. Movie; 90s; British; Deputy Chief of Staff
65. Movie; 80s; German; geneticist turned horse breeder, head scientist
66. Movie; 00s; British; Special Advisor to the Prime Minister, criminal operative
67. Movie; 60s; Italian; infiltrator
68. Movie; 80s; British/Greek; unrevealed
69. Movie; 00s; British; personal security detail, sleeper agent
70. Movie; 80s; Isthmian; secretary
71. Movie; 00; North Korean; Military General
73. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); author, journalist, officer
74. Movie; 70s; Soviet; KGB agent
75. Movie; 80s; Ukrainian SSR; General Secretary
76. TV Episode; 00s; American; professional gambler?
77. Movie; 00s; Italian; unrevealed
78. Movie; 60s; American; professional gambler?
79. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; unrevealed
80. Movie; 60s; Bahamian; intelligence operative
81. Movie; 80s; British; secretary
82. Movie; 60s; French; intelligence agency Head
83. TV Episode; 50-60s; French?; intelligence operative
84. Movie; 70s; British?; diamond smuggler, missionary teacher
85. TV Episode (later expanded on DVD); 00s; British (England)?; intelligence operative?
87. Movie; 60s; Japanese; Head of Secret Service
88. Movie; 80s; Isthmian;  enforcer, henchman, advisor
89. Movie; 80s; American; police detective
90. Movie; 80s; Greek/British (born in Greece); unrevealed
91. Movie; 10s-20s; French; consultant psychiatrist
92. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; maintenance and security officer/mechanic
93. Movie; 00s; German; criminal operative
94. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative, astronaut
95. Movie; 60s; Italian; criminal operative
98. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; crime boss
99. TV Episode; 80s; British (England)?; businessman, criminal
100. Movie; 60s; Chinese; technical liaison/nuclear fission specialist, intelligence operative
101. Movie; 80s; British; Foreign and Commonwealth Office representative
102. Movie; 80s; Belgian; henchman, professional assassin
103. Movie; 00s; British; personal assistant
104. Movie; 90s; Ukrainian SSR; head of security, terrorist
105. Movie; 60s; Russian; cipher clerk
106. Movie; 70s; American; CIA agent
107. Movie; 70s; American; flying school owner?
108. Movie; 00s; Bolivian; military lieutenant
109. Movie; 90s; British; construction magnate, oil magnate
111. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player
112. Movie; 90s; British; navy Fleet Commander
113. Movie; 60s; British; secretary
114. Movie; 90s; American; Head of Special Projects, vice-president of media company
115. Movie; 90s; Azerbaijani/British (England); oil tycoon, socialite, CEO
116. Movie; 60s; Jamaican; sleeper agent (unknowingly)
118. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; assassin, enforcer
119. Movie; 60s; Jamaican; shell diver
120. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; guard
121. TV Movie; 00s; British (England); author, journalist, officer
122. Movie; 80s; American; international arms dealer, mercenary, drug dealer
123. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player?
124. TV Movie; 80s; unable to determine; unable to determine
126. Movie; 70s; Portuguese; gunsmith
127. Movie; 60s; likely none; likely none
128. TV Movie; 00s; British (England); socialite
129. Movie; 60s; Romani; tribal leader
130. Movie; 60s; American?; copilot
131. Movie; 90s; Russian; Military Colonel, commanding officer of a Soviet nuclear testing facility
132. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; intelligence operative
133. Movie; 70s; Egyptian; intelligence informant
134. Movie; 10s-20s; Portuguese or British?; intelligence operative turned cyber-terrorist
135. Movie; 60s; British (England); navy commander, intelligence operative
136. TV Seres (pre-Bond), TV Special (Bond); 00s (pre-Bond), 10s-20s (Bond); British; former housewife
137. Movie; 90s; Russian; escort girl
138. Movie; 70s; Chinese; henchwoman
139. Movie; 60s; British; secret service employee
140. Movie; 60s; German; bodyguard, criminal operative
141. Movie; 90s; unrevealed; stealth ship captain, security agent
142. Movie; 70s; American; enforcer, acrobat
143. Movie; 80s; Nicaraguan; henchman, enforcer
145. Movie; 60s; American; enforcer
146. Movie; 90s; American; media executive
147. Movie; 70s; British; Chief of Staff
148. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative
149. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; terrorist
150. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general
151. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative
152. Movie; 80s; Soviet; military general, intelligence operative
153. Movie; 60s; Mexican; intelligence operative
154. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative
155. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; circus leader, smuggler, henchwoman
156. Movie; 70s; American; navy captain
157. Movie; 80s; American; geologist
158. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; crime boss
159. Movie; 70s; American; customs officer
160. Movie; 00s; Russian; arms dealer
161. Movie; 00s; Albanian; financier, criminal operative
163. Movie; 00s; Austrian?; criminal operative, assassin
164. Movie; 80s; German; mercenary, assassin
166. TV Special; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative
167. Movie; 00s; Italian; opera singer/actress or singer, depending on how you look at it
168. Movie; 10s-20s; British; Member of Parliament, Home Secretary, minister of the court, president of the court
169. Movie; 10s-20s; British; undercover agent
170. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; harpist
171. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative
172. Movie; 00s; British; Chief of Staff
173. Movie; 90s; Russian; KGB officer turned mafia boss, businessman
174. Movie; 60s; Soviet; Director of Military Intelligence
175. Movie; 10s-20s; British; assistant
176. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; mercenary, professional assassin, enforcer
177. Movie; 80s; American; entrepreneur, marine researcher, narcotics smuggler
178. Movie; 00s; Bolivian/Russian; intelligence operative
179. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; scientist
180. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); socialite
182. Movie; 60s; Australian; sleeper agent (unknowingly)
183. Movie; 10s-20s; British; intelligence operative
184. Movie; 80s; Indian; bodyguard, enforcer
185. Movie; 60s; American; gangster
186. TV Episode; 50s-60s; Soviet; intelligence operative
187. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative
188. Movie; 90s; French; helicopter pilot
189. Movie; 70s; American; stand-up comic
190. TV Episode; 50s-60s; British (England); intelligence operative
191. Movie; 60s; British; quartermaster
192. Movie; 00s; British; international liaison officer
193. TV Movie; 80s; British?; unable to determine
194. Movie; 80s; American; intelligence operative
195. Movie; 90s; German; enforcer, torturer, head of security
196. Movie; 80s; Soviet; assassin, circus performer
197. Movie; 60s; French; assassin, secret society member
198. Movie; 60s; French; intelligence operative
199. Movie; 80s; British; spy ship crew member
200. Movie; 90s; British; navy lieutenant commander
201. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative
202. Movie; 60s; French; police inspector
203. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; criminal operative
204. Movie; 70s; Thai; intelligence operative
205. Movie; 90s; British; media mogul
206. Movie; 80s; German; unrevealed
207. Movie; 60s; British/Dutch/Indonesian; intelligence operative
208. Movie; 80s; unable to determine; doctor (likely in science sense), henchman
209. Movie; 70s; Thai; unrevealed
210. Movie; 00s; British (England); intelligence operative, publicist
211. Movie; 90s; Russian/Bosnian; anarchist terrorist
212. Movie; 10s-20s; Mexican; field operative
213. Movie; 70s; Swedish; unrevealed
214. Movie; 60s; Cayman Islander; fisherman
215. Movie; 80s; American; Director of Oil and Mines
216. Movie; 80s; British; assistant secretary
217. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; unrevealed
218. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general
219. Movie; 80s; Cuban; freelance hitman
220. TV Episode; 80s; unrevealed; crime boss
221. TV Miniseries; 10s-20s; British (England); author, journalist, officer
222. Movie; 60s; Jamaican?; army general
223. Movie; 80s; Isthmian; national president
224. Movie; 90s; Swiss; banker
225. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player
226. Movie; 10s-20s; British; scientist
227. Movie; 60s; British; quartermaster, branch head
228. Movie; 90s; Canadian; navy admiral, representative
229. Movie; 70s; British (England)?; former intelligence operative?
230. Movie; 60s; Scandinavian; sleeper agent (unknowingly)
231. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence agency Head
232. Movie; 80s; Japanese; narcotics agent posing as drug lord
233. Movie; 80s; Indian; station head
234. Movie; 60s; British (England) but posing as Austrian; henchwoman posing as countess
235. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; hunchwoman
236. TV Episode; 80s; British; agency head
238. TV Episode; 90s; British; agency head
239. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative
240. Movie; 80s; Chinese; drug dealer
241. Movie; 70s; American; professional gambler?
242. Movie; 70s; Thai; businessman, industrialist
243. Movie; 60s; Jamaican?; intelligence operative
244. Movie; 80s; French; personal pilot
245. Movie; 70s; British; diamond syndicate chairman
246. Movie; 80s; American; stockbroker turned accountant
247. Movie; 60s; British; taxi driver, intelligence operative
248. Movie; 70s; San Monique; reptile handler, tribal chief
249. Movie; 90s; British; navy chief petty officer
250. Movie; 70s; American; diamond smuggler
251. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); socialite
252. Movie; 60s; French; bodyguard, assassin, secret society member
253. Movie; 60s; British; air force group captain
254. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; stand-up comic?
255. Movie; 70s; British; ballistics expert
256. Movie; 60s; German; personal assistant, criminal operative
258. Movie; 00s; Canadian; intelligence operative
259. Movie; 00s; German; unrevealed
260. Movie; 80s; Soviet; assassin, circus knife-thrower
261. Movie; 80s; Greek; henchman, smuggler
262. TV Episode; 50s-60s; French; intelligence operative
263. Movie; 60s; Turkish; station head
264. Movie; 80s; Greek; guerilla soldier turned smuggler
265. Movie; 00s; Greek; government contractor
266. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchman
267. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; cultist, bodyguard
268. Movie; 80s; Greek; henchman, driver, assassin
269. Movie; 80s; American; drug enforcement operative
270. Movie; 70s; American;  would-be assistant to wealthy men
271. Movie; 60s; German; criminal, enforcer
272. Movie; 70s; British; nuclear submarine staff officer/captain
273. Movie; 70s; Thai; ninja
274. Movie; 60s; East German; spy trainer, assistant
276. Movie; 70s; British; solar energy scientist
277. Movie; 00s; Cuban; gene therapist, clinic director
278. Movie; 10s-20s; French; criminal board member
279. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; equestrian, enforcer
280. Movie; 60s; American; gangster
281. Movie; 60s; French
282. Movie; 60s; American
283. Movie; 60s; American
285. Movie; 60s; Chinese–Jamaican
286. Movie; 80s; Soviet
287. Movie; 00s; British
288. Movie; 00s; unrevealed
289. Movie; 80s; German
290. Movie; 60s; American?
291. Movie; 00s; unrevealed
292. Movie; 00s; Swiss
293. Movie; 80s; American
299. Movie; 80s; British
295. Movie; 60s; British
296. Movie; 00s; French
297. Movie; 60s; Swiss
298. Movie; 60s; unrevealed
299. Movie; 70s; American
300. Movie; 70s; American
301. Movie; 10s-20s; American
302. Movie; 60s; Japanese
303. Movie; 00s; North Korean
304. Movie; 10s-20s; unrevealed
305. Movie; 90s; Japanese
306. Movie; 80s; Korean?
307. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian
308. Movie; 10s-20s; British-French
309. Movie; 60s;American
310. Movie; 60s; unrevealed
311. TV Movie; 80s; German?
312. Movie; 80s; French
313. TV Movie; 80s; unable to determine
314. Movie; 80s; unable to determine
315. Movie; 60s; no citizenship; place of birth unrevealed
316. Movie; 80s; Soviet
317. Movie; 90s; British
318. Movie; 10s-20s; Russian
319. Movie; 60s; British
320. Movie; 60s; British?
321. Movie; 90s; Russian
322. Movie; 60s; American
323. Movie; 00s; unrevealed
324. Movie; 60s; Chinese
325. Movie; 90s; Russian
326. Movie; 00s; Swiss
327. Movie; 80s; American
328. Movie; 90s; unrevealed
329. Movie; 80s; British
330. Movie; 70s; Italian
331. Movie; 00s; British
332. Movie; 00s; British
333. Movie; 00s; French
334. Movie; 60s; unrevealed
335. Movie; 80s; American
336. Movie; 00s; Algerian (but born in Egypt)
337. Movie; 10s-20s; British
338. Movie; 80s; American
339. Movie; 10s-20s; Austrian
340. Movie; 10s-20s; British
341. Commercial; 90s; Polish?
342. Movie; 00s; Italian
343. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)?
344. Movie; 60s; East German
345. Movie; 90s; Russian
346. Movie; 70s; American
347. Movie; 10s-20s; British
348. Movie; 80s; Soviet
349. Movie; 70s; French
350. Movie; 00s; Ugandan
351. Movie; 10s-20s; Cuban
352. Movie; 60s; Turkish
353. Movie; 80s; unrevealed
354. Movie; 60s; Mexican
355. TV Episode; 00s; British?
357. Movie; 80s; Greek
358. Movie; 60s; Soviet
359. Movie; 70s; American
360. Movie; 60s; Soviet
361. Movie; 80s; British
362. Movie; 60s; unrevealed
363. TV Movie; 10s-20s; British (England)
364. Movie; 70s; Soviet
365. Movie; 00s; American
366. Movie; 60s; British
367. Movie; 00s; unrevealed
368. Movie; 60s; unrevealed
369. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed
370. Movie; 00s; British
371. Movie; 00s; American
372. Movie; 00s; Bolivian

 


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4/09/2024 5:56 am  #34


Re: Gotta Catch 'em All Challenge 62 Collage 50 James Bond Live 1 of 2

Adding remaining occupation clues. Where I'm fairly certain that a British character was born in a particular country within the UK, I've noted that. Characters based on real people where online info is limited (usually Ian Fleming biopics) are presumed to have the same nationality as their real world counterparts.

1. Movie; 00s; Russian; politician, secret society member
2. Movie; 80s; Afghan; Deputy Commander of the Eastern District
3. Movie; 70s; British (England); diamond smuggler, transport consultant
4. Movie; 70s; American; astronaut
5. Movie; 70s; San Monique; crime kingpin, politician
6. Movie; 80s; Soviet; KGB General
8. Movie; 70s; American; flying school student
9. TV Episode; 50s-60s; British; intelligence operative
10. Movie; 90s; Russian; atomic scientist
12. Movie; 80s; British; butler, security operative
13. Movie; 80s; East German; intelligence operative, biathlete
14. Movie; 90s; French; helicopter pilot
15. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative
16. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; professional assassin, criminal operative
17. Movie; 00s; Japanese; chemical engineer
18. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; diamond trader
19. Movie; 90s; Russian; programmer
20. Movie; 60s; Chinese; sleeper agent (unknowingly)
21. Movie; 60s; British?; adjutant
22. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative
23. Movie; 60s; Japanese; intelligence operative
24. Movie; 80s; British (England); high rainking politician
25. Movie; 70s; American; technology firm administrator
26. Movie; 80s; Italian; intelligence operative
27. Movie; 60s; Irish; sleeper agent (unknowingly)
28. Movie; 70s; South African; houseboy
29. Movie; 70s; Soviet; KGB General
30. Movie; 80s; Russian; curator
31. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; businessman in novelization
32. Movie; 10s-20s; British; criminal operative
34. Movie; 60s; British (England); intelligence operative
35. Movie; 90s; British; navy captain
36. Movie; 80s; American; state geologist
37. Movie; 60s; Russian; cipher clerk
38. Movie; 70s; American; enforcer, acrobat
40. Movie; 70s; American; state trooper
41. Movie; 90s; Russian; escort girl
42. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)?; intelligence operative?
43. Movie; 90s; American; media executive
44. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; honeytrap, intelligence operative
45. Movie; 80s; American; Air Force commanding officer
47. Movie; 00s; British; intelligence contact
48. Movie; 80s; no citizenship; place of birth unrevealed; pet
49. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); intelligence operative
50. Movie; 70s; British; navy captain
51. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; terrorist, bomb maker
52. Movie; 70s; American; sheriff
54. Movie; 80s; Soviet; bomb expert
55. Movie; 70s; Cuban; detective, sleeper agent/intelligence operative
56. Movie; 70s; Chinese; student?
57. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; terrorist, weapons manufacturer
58. Movie; 90s; British; Chief of Staff
59. Movie; 90s; Chinese; Military General
60. Movie; 60s; British; Air Force group captain
61. Movie; 10s-20s; British; psychologist
62. Movie; 10s-20s; French; mercenary, assassin
63. Movie; 70s; British; helicopter pilot, personal assistant
64. Movie; 90s; British; Deputy Chief of Staff
65. Movie; 80s; German; geneticist turned horse breeder, head scientist
66. Movie; 00s; British; Special Advisor to the Prime Minister, criminal operative
67. Movie; 60s; Italian; infiltrator
68. Movie; 80s; British/Greek; unrevealed
69. Movie; 00s; British; personal security detail, sleeper agent
70. Movie; 80s; Isthmian; secretary
71. Movie; 00; North Korean; Military General
73. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); author, journalist, officer
74. Movie; 70s; Soviet; KGB agent
75. Movie; 80s; Ukrainian SSR; General Secretary
76. TV Episode; 00s; American; professional gambler?
77. Movie; 00s; Italian; unrevealed
78. Movie; 60s; American; professional gambler?
79. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; unrevealed
80. Movie; 60s; Bahamian; intelligence operative
81. Movie; 80s; British; secretary
82. Movie; 60s; French; intelligence agency Head
83. TV Episode; 50-60s; French?; intelligence operative
84. Movie; 70s; British?; diamond smuggler, missionary teacher
85. TV Episode (later expanded on DVD); 00s; British (England)?; intelligence operative?
87. Movie; 60s; Japanese; Head of Secret Service
88. Movie; 80s; Isthmian;  enforcer, henchman, advisor
89. Movie; 80s; American; police detective
90. Movie; 80s; Greek/British (born in Greece); unrevealed
91. Movie; 10s-20s; French; consultant psychiatrist
92. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; maintenance and security officer/mechanic
93. Movie; 00s; German; criminal operative
94. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative, astronaut
95. Movie; 60s; Italian; criminal operative
98. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; crime boss
99. TV Episode; 80s; British (England)?; businessman, criminal
100. Movie; 60s; Chinese; technical liaison/nuclear fission specialist, intelligence operative
101. Movie; 80s; British; Foreign and Commonwealth Office representative
102. Movie; 80s; Belgian; henchman, professional assassin
103. Movie; 00s; British; personal assistant
104. Movie; 90s; Ukrainian SSR; head of security, terrorist
105. Movie; 60s; Russian; cipher clerk
106. Movie; 70s; American; CIA agent
107. Movie; 70s; American; flying school owner?
108. Movie; 00s; Bolivian; military lieutenant
109. Movie; 90s; British; construction magnate, oil magnate
111. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player
112. Movie; 90s; British; navy Fleet Commander
113. Movie; 60s; British; secretary
114. Movie; 90s; American; Head of Special Projects, vice-president of media company
115. Movie; 90s; Azerbaijani/British (England); oil tycoon, socialite, CEO
116. Movie; 60s; Jamaican; sleeper agent (unknowingly)
118. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; assassin, enforcer
119. Movie; 60s; Jamaican; shell diver
120. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; guard
121. TV Movie; 00s; British (England); author, journalist, officer
122. Movie; 80s; American; international arms dealer, mercenary, drug dealer
123. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player?
124. TV Movie; 80s; unable to determine; unable to determine
126. Movie; 70s; Portuguese; gunsmith
127. Movie; 60s; likely none; likely none
128. TV Movie; 00s; British (England); socialite
129. Movie; 60s; Romani; tribal leader
130. Movie; 60s; American?; copilot
131. Movie; 90s; Russian; Military Colonel, commanding officer of a Soviet nuclear testing facility
132. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; intelligence operative
133. Movie; 70s; Egyptian; intelligence informant
134. Movie; 10s-20s; Portuguese or British?; intelligence operative turned cyber-terrorist
135. Movie; 60s; British (England); navy commander, intelligence operative
136. TV Seres (pre-Bond), TV Special (Bond); 00s (pre-Bond), 10s-20s (Bond); British; former housewife
137. Movie; 90s; Russian; escort girl
138. Movie; 70s; Chinese; henchwoman
139. Movie; 60s; British; secret service employee
140. Movie; 60s; German; bodyguard, criminal operative
141. Movie; 90s; unrevealed; stealth ship captain, security agent
142. Movie; 70s; American; enforcer, acrobat
143. Movie; 80s; Nicaraguan; henchman, enforcer
145. Movie; 60s; American; enforcer
146. Movie; 90s; American; media executive
147. Movie; 70s; British; Chief of Staff
148. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative
149. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; terrorist
150. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general
151. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative
152. Movie; 80s; Soviet; military general, intelligence operative
153. Movie; 60s; Mexican; intelligence operative
154. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative
155. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; circus leader, smuggler, henchwoman
156. Movie; 70s; American; navy captain
157. Movie; 80s; American; geologist
158. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; crime boss
159. Movie; 70s; American; customs officer
160. Movie; 00s; Russian; arms dealer
161. Movie; 00s; Albanian; financier, criminal operative
163. Movie; 00s; Austrian?; criminal operative, assassin
164. Movie; 80s; German; mercenary, assassin
166. TV Special; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative
167. Movie; 00s; Italian; opera singer/actress or singer, depending on how you look at it
168. Movie; 10s-20s; British; Member of Parliament, Home Secretary, minister of the court, president of the court
169. Movie; 10s-20s; British; undercover agent
170. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; harpist
171. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative
172. Movie; 00s; British; Chief of Staff
173. Movie; 90s; Russian; KGB officer turned mafia boss, businessman
174. Movie; 60s; Soviet; Director of Military Intelligence
175. Movie; 10s-20s; British; assistant
176. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; mercenary, professional assassin, enforcer
177. Movie; 80s; American; entrepreneur, marine researcher, narcotics smuggler
178. Movie; 00s; Bolivian/Russian; intelligence operative
179. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; scientist
180. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); socialite
182. Movie; 60s; Australian; sleeper agent (unknowingly)
183. Movie; 10s-20s; British; intelligence operative
184. Movie; 80s; Indian; bodyguard, enforcer
185. Movie; 60s; American; gangster
186. TV Episode; 50s-60s; Soviet; intelligence operative
187. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative
188. Movie; 90s; French; helicopter pilot
189. Movie; 70s; American; stand-up comic
190. TV Episode; 50s-60s; British (England); intelligence operative
191. Movie; 60s; British; quartermaster
192. Movie; 00s; British; international liaison officer
193. TV Movie; 80s; British?; unable to determine
194. Movie; 80s; American; intelligence operative
195. Movie; 90s; German; enforcer, torturer, head of security
196. Movie; 80s; Soviet; assassin, circus performer
197. Movie; 60s; French; assassin, secret society member
198. Movie; 60s; French; intelligence operative
199. Movie; 80s; British; spy ship crew member
200. Movie; 90s; British; navy lieutenant commander
201. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative
202. Movie; 60s; French; police inspector
203. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; criminal operative
204. Movie; 70s; Thai; intelligence operative
205. Movie; 90s; British; media mogul
206. Movie; 80s; German; unrevealed
207. Movie; 60s; British/Dutch/Indonesian; intelligence operative
208. Movie; 80s; unable to determine; doctor (likely in science sense), henchman
209. Movie; 70s; Thai; unrevealed
210. Movie; 00s; British (England); intelligence operative, publicist
211. Movie; 90s; Russian/Bosnian; anarchist terrorist
212. Movie; 10s-20s; Mexican; field operative
213. Movie; 70s; Swedish; unrevealed
214. Movie; 60s; Cayman Islander; fisherman
215. Movie; 80s; American; Director of Oil and Mines
216. Movie; 80s; British; assistant secretary
217. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; unrevealed
218. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general
219. Movie; 80s; Cuban; freelance hitman
220. TV Episode; 80s; unrevealed; crime boss
221. TV Miniseries; 10s-20s; British (England); author, journalist, officer
222. Movie; 60s; Jamaican?; army general
223. Movie; 80s; Isthmian; national president
224. Movie; 90s; Swiss; banker
225. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player
226. Movie; 10s-20s; British; scientist
227. Movie; 60s; British; quartermaster, branch head
228. Movie; 90s; Canadian; navy admiral, representative
229. Movie; 70s; British (England)?; former intelligence operative?
230. Movie; 60s; Scandinavian; sleeper agent (unknowingly)
231. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence agency Head
232. Movie; 80s; Japanese; narcotics agent posing as drug lord
233. Movie; 80s; Indian; station head
234. Movie; 60s; British (England) but posing as Austrian; henchwoman posing as countess
235. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; hunchwoman
236. TV Episode; 80s; British; agency head
238. TV Episode; 90s; British; agency head
239. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative
240. Movie; 80s; Chinese; drug dealer
241. Movie; 70s; American; professional gambler?
242. Movie; 70s; Thai; businessman, industrialist
243. Movie; 60s; Jamaican?; intelligence operative
244. Movie; 80s; French; personal pilot
245. Movie; 70s; British; diamond syndicate chairman
246. Movie; 80s; American; stockbroker turned accountant
247. Movie; 60s; British; taxi driver, intelligence operative
248. Movie; 70s; San Monique; reptile handler, tribal chief
249. Movie; 90s; British; navy chief petty officer
250. Movie; 70s; American; diamond smuggler
251. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); socialite
252. Movie; 60s; French; bodyguard, assassin, secret society member
253. Movie; 60s; British; air force group captain
254. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; stand-up comic?
255. Movie; 70s; British; ballistics expert
256. Movie; 60s; German; personal assistant, criminal operative
258. Movie; 00s; Canadian; intelligence operative
259. Movie; 00s; German; unrevealed
260. Movie; 80s; Soviet; assassin, circus knife-thrower
261. Movie; 80s; Greek; henchman, smuggler
262. TV Episode; 50s-60s; French; intelligence operative
263. Movie; 60s; Turkish; station head
264. Movie; 80s; Greek; guerilla soldier turned smuggler
265. Movie; 00s; Greek; government contractor
266. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchman
267. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; cultist, bodyguard
268. Movie; 80s; Greek; henchman, driver, assassin
269. Movie; 80s; American; drug enforcement operative
270. Movie; 70s; American;  would-be assistant to wealthy men
271. Movie; 60s; German; criminal, enforcer
272. Movie; 70s; British; nuclear submarine staff officer/captain
273. Movie; 70s; Thai; ninja
274. Movie; 60s; East German; spy trainer, assistant
276. Movie; 70s; British; solar energy scientist
277. Movie; 00s; Cuban; gene therapist, clinic director
278. Movie; 10s-20s; French; criminal board member
279. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; equestrian, enforcer
280. Movie; 60s; American; gangster
281. Movie; 60s; French; liaison
282. Movie; 60s; American; actor, dancer
283. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative
285. Movie; 60s; Chinese–Jamaican; freelance photographer, spy
286. Movie; 80s; Soviet; intelligence operative
287. Movie; 00s; British; section chief
288. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; bodyguard, enforcer
289. Movie; 80s; German; unrevealed
290. Movie; 60s; American?; masseuse
291. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; bodyguard, enforcer
292. Movie; 00s; Swiss; banker
293. Movie; 80s; American; fisherman
294. Movie; 80s; British; secret society member
295. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative
296. Movie; 00s; French; intelligence operative
297. Movie; 60s; Swiss; solicitor
298. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; hotel manager
299. Movie; 70s; American; ranger
300. Movie; 70s; American; mortician, diamond smuggler
301. Movie; 10s-20s; American; secret society member    
302. Movie; 60s; Japanese; sumo wrestler
303. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general
304. Movie; 10s-20s; unrevealed; secret society member
305. Movie; 90s; Japanese;  terrorist, chemical weapons expert
306. Movie; 80s; Korean?; bodyguard, enforcer?
307. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; security agent
308. Movie; 10s-20s; British-French; none
309. Movie; 60s;American; entrepreneur
310. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchman
311. TV Movie; 80s; German?; military general
312. Movie; 80s; French; enforcer, head of security , pilot
313. TV Movie; 80s; unable to determine; unable to determine
314. Movie; 80s; unable to determine; unable to determine
315. Movie; 60s; no citizenship; place of birth unrevealed; pet
316. Movie; 80s; Soviet; unrevealed
317. Movie; 90s; British; lab assistant turned quartermaster
318. Movie; 10s-20s; Russian; terrorist leader, scientist, anarchist
319. Movie; 60s; British; poultry farmer, sleeper agent (unknowingly)
320. Movie; 60s; British?; retired intelligence operative
321. Movie; 90s; Russian; computer technician, cyber-terrorist
322. Movie; 60s; American; scientist
323. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; card player
324. Movie; 60s; Chinese; intelligence operative
325. Movie; 90s; Russian; lounge singer
326. Movie; 00s; Swiss; enforcer, criminal operative
327. Movie; 80s; American; diver, killer
328. Movie; 90s; unrevealed; television news presenter
329. Movie; 80s; British; quartermaster
330. Movie; 70s; Italian; secretary
331. Movie; 00s; British; agency head
332. Movie; 00s; British; intelligence operative
333. Movie; 00s; French; environmentalist, criminal, company founder/head
334. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; driver
335. Movie; 80s; American; intelligence operative
336. Movie; 00s; Algerian (but born in Egypt); intelligence operative, terrorist, honeytrap
337. Movie; 10s-20s; British; assistant
338. Movie; 80s; American; drug enforcement agent
339. Movie; 10s-20s; Austrian; terrorist mastermind
340. Movie; 10s-20s; British; scientist
341. Commercial; 90s; Polish?; unrevealed
342. Movie; 00s; Italian; card player
343. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)?; intelligence operative
344. Movie; 60s; East German; spy trainer
345. Movie; 90s; Russian; army major general
346. Movie; 70s; American; unrevealed
347. Movie; 10s-20s; British; intelligence operative turned secretary
348. Movie; 80s; Soviet; military lieutenant-general
349. Movie; 70s; French; henchwoman
350. Movie; 00s; Ugandan; resistance army commander
351. Movie; 10s-20s; Cuban; intelligence operative
352. Movie; 60s; Turkish; station agent
353. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; scientist
354. Movie; 60s; Mexican; assassin, enforcer
355. TV Episode; 00s; British?; unwilling criminal agent
357. Movie; 80s; Greek; guerilla soldier turned heroin smuggler, intelligence operative
358. Movie; 60s; Soviet; cipher clerk, army corporal
359. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative
360. Movie; 60s; Soviet; embassy Chief of Security
361. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative, laboratory assistant
362. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; possible professional gambler
363. TV Movie; 10s-20s; British (England); model
364. Movie; 70s; Soviet; intelligence operative
365. Movie; 00s; American; military general
366. Movie; 60s; British; navy chief petty officer
367. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; criminal associate
368. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; criminal operative, professional assassin
369. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; criminal operative?
370. Movie; 00s; British; field agent
371. Movie; 00s; American; section chief
372. Movie; 00s; Bolivian; army general


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Re: Gotta Catch 'em All Challenge 62 Collage 50 James Bond Live 1 of 2

Adding recurring clues. Recurring is by level, and only the highest level noted for a particular character: Recurring-A: Appears more than once in the same continuity played by the same actor (usually this means one of the two Eon continuities: Dr. No to Die Another Day, Casino Royale 2006 to No Time to Die). Recurring-B: Appears more than once in the same continuity played by a different actor; usually this means the original Eon continuity, but there's also one TV continuity. In rare cases the two actors might share a movie/show (for this reason recurring can in rare cases refer to the same movie/show).
Recurring-C: Appears more than once in different live action continuities involving James Bond or fictionalized Ian Fleming characters (sometimes by an actor who also played the same character in another continuity). The alternate continuity might be a skit or commercial, but must be someone who appears in part one or two of this collage series. Name variations allowed as long as it's obvious they're counterparts.

Recurring-D: Appears more than once, but only in works not related to Bond nor Fleming. Might be a real person who is fictionalized more than once, but doesn't have to be.

1. Movie; 00s; Russian; politician, secret society member
2. Movie; 80s; Afghan; Deputy Commander of the Eastern District
3. Movie; 70s; British (England); diamond smuggler, transport consultant
4. Movie; 70s; American; astronaut
5. Movie; 70s; San Monique; crime kingpin, politician
6. Movie; 80s; Soviet; KGB General
8. Movie; 70s; American; flying school student
9. TV Episode; 50s-60s; British; intelligence operative; Recurring-C
10. Movie; 90s; Russian; atomic scientist
12. Movie; 80s; British; butler, security operative
13. Movie; 80s; East German; intelligence operative, biathlete
14. Movie; 90s; French; helicopter pilot
15. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative
16. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; professional assassin, criminal operative; Recurring-C
17. Movie; 00s; Japanese; chemical engineer
18. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; diamond trader
19. Movie; 90s; Russian; programmer
20. Movie; 60s; Chinese; sleeper agent (unknowingly)
21. Movie; 60s; British?; adjutant
22. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative
23. Movie; 60s; Japanese; intelligence operative
24. Movie; 80s; British (England); high ranking politician; Recurring-D
25. Movie; 70s; American; technology firm administrator
26. Movie; 80s; Italian; intelligence operative
27. Movie; 60s; Irish; sleeper agent (unknowingly)
28. Movie; 70s; South African; houseboy
29. Movie; 70s; Soviet; KGB General
30. Movie; 80s; Russian; curator
31. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; businessman in novelization
32. Movie; 10s-20s; British; criminal operative
34. Movie; 60s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-A if you count repeating footage, otherwise Recurring-B
35. Movie; 90s; British; navy captain
36. Movie; 80s; American; state geologist
37. Movie; 60s; Russian; cipher clerk
38. Movie; 70s; American; enforcer, acrobat
40. Movie; 70s; American; state trooper
41. Movie; 90s; Russian; escort girl
42. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)?; intelligence operative?; Recurring-C
43. Movie; 90s; American; media executive
44. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; honeytrap, intelligence operative
45. Movie; 80s; American; Air Force commanding officer
47. Movie; 00s; British; intelligence contact
48. Movie; 80s; no citizenship; place of birth unrevealed; pet; Recurring-B
49. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); intelligence operative
50. Movie; 70s; British; navy captain
51. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; terrorist, bomb maker
52. Movie; 70s; American; sheriff; Recurring-A
54. Movie; 80s; Soviet; bomb expert
55. Movie; 70s; Cuban; detective, sleeper agent/intelligence operative
56. Movie; 70s; Chinese; student?
57. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; terrorist, weapons manufacturer
58. Movie; 90s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-A
59. Movie; 90s; Chinese; Military General
60. Movie; 60s; British; Air Force group captain
61. Movie; 10s-20s; British; psychologist
62. Movie; 10s-20s; French; mercenary, assassin
63. Movie; 70s; British; helicopter pilot, personal assistant
64. Movie; 90s; British; Deputy Chief of Staff
65. Movie; 80s; German; geneticist turned horse breeder, head scientist
66. Movie; 00s; British; Special Advisor to the Prime Minister, criminal operative
67. Movie; 60s; Italian; infiltrator
68. Movie; 80s; British/Greek; unrevealed
69. Movie; 00s; British; personal security detail, sleeper agent
70. Movie; 80s; Isthmian; secretary
71. Movie; 00; North Korean; Military General
73. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C
74. Movie; 70s; Soviet; KGB agent
75. Movie; 80s; Ukrainian SSR; General Secretary
76. TV Episode; 00s; American; professional gambler?
77. Movie; 00s; Italian; unrevealed
78. Movie; 60s; American; professional gambler?
79. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; unrevealed
80. Movie; 60s; Bahamian; intelligence operative
81. Movie; 80s; British; secretary; Recurring-A
82. Movie; 60s; French; intelligence agency Head
83. TV Episode; 50-60s; French?; intelligence operative
84. Movie; 70s; British?; diamond smuggler, missionary teacher
85. TV Episode (later expanded on DVD); 00s; British (England)?; intelligence operative?; Recurring-C
87. Movie; 60s; Japanese; Head of Secret Service
88. Movie; 80s; Isthmian;  enforcer, henchman, advisor
89. Movie; 80s; American; police detective
90. Movie; 80s; Greek/British (born in Greece); unrevealed
91. Movie; 10s-20s; French; consultant psychiatrist; Recurring-A
92. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; maintenance and security officer/mechanic
93. Movie; 00s; German; criminal operative
94. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative, astronaut
95. Movie; 60s; Italian; criminal operative; Recurring-C
98. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-A
99. TV Episode; 80s; British (England)?; businessman, criminal
100. Movie; 60s; Chinese; technical liaison/nuclear fission specialist, intelligence operative
101. Movie; 80s; British; Foreign and Commonwealth Office representative
102. Movie; 80s; Belgian; henchman, professional assassin
103. Movie; 00s; British; personal assistant
104. Movie; 90s; Ukrainian SSR; head of security, terrorist
105. Movie; 60s; Russian; cipher clerk
106. Movie; 70s; American; CIA agent
107. Movie; 70s; American; flying school owner?
108. Movie; 00s; Bolivian; military lieutenant
109. Movie; 90s; British; construction magnate, oil magnate
111. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player
112. Movie; 90s; British; navy Fleet Commander
113. Movie; 60s; British; secretary; Recurring-C
114. Movie; 90s; American; Head of Special Projects, vice-president of media company
115. Movie; 90s; Azerbaijani/British (England); oil tycoon, socialite, CEO
116. Movie; 60s; Jamaican; sleeper agent (unknowingly)
118. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; assassin, enforcer
119. Movie; 60s; Jamaican; shell diver
120. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; guard
121. TV Movie; 00s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C
122. Movie; 80s; American; international arms dealer, mercenary, drug dealer
123. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player?
124. TV Movie; 80s; unable to determine; unable to determine
126. Movie; 70s; Portuguese; gunsmith
127. Movie; 60s; likely none; likely none; Recurring-D
128. TV Movie; 00s; British (England); socialite; Recurring-C
129. Movie; 60s; Romani; tribal leader
130. Movie; 60s; American?; copilot
131. Movie; 90s; Russian; Military Colonel, commanding officer of a Soviet nuclear testing facility
132. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; intelligence operative; Recurring-C
133. Movie; 70s; Egyptian; intelligence informant
134. Movie; 10s-20s; Portuguese or British?; intelligence operative turned cyber-terrorist
135. Movie; 60s; British (England); navy commander, intelligence operative; Recurring-B
136. TV Seres (pre-Bond), TV Special (Bond); 00s (pre-Bond), 10s-20s (Bond); British; former housewife; Recurring-D
137. Movie; 90s; Russian; escort girl
138. Movie; 70s; Chinese; henchwoman
139. Movie; 60s; British; secret service employee
140. Movie; 60s; German; bodyguard, criminal operative
141. Movie; 90s; unrevealed; stealth ship captain, security agent
142. Movie; 70s; American; enforcer, acrobat
143. Movie; 80s; Nicaraguan; henchman, enforcer
145. Movie; 60s; American; enforcer
146. Movie; 90s; American; media executive
147. Movie; 70s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-B
148. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative
149. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; terrorist
150. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general
151. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C
152. Movie; 80s; Soviet; military general, intelligence operative
153. Movie; 60s; Mexican; intelligence operative
154. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Recurring-B
155. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; circus leader, smuggler, henchwoman
156. Movie; 70s; American; navy captain
157. Movie; 80s; American; geologist
158. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-B
159. Movie; 70s; American; customs officer
160. Movie; 00s; Russian; arms dealer
161. Movie; 00s; Albanian; financier, criminal operative; Recurring-C (Recurring-A if you count a later image in cardboard cut-out)
163. Movie; 00s; Austrian?; criminal operative, assassin; Recurring-A
164. Movie; 80s; German; mercenary, assassin
166. TV Special; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C
167. Movie; 00s; Italian; opera singer/actress or singer, depending on how you look at it; Recurring-D
168. Movie; 10s-20s; British; Member of Parliament, Home Secretary, minister of the court, president of the court
169. Movie; 10s-20s; British; undercover agent
170. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; harpist
171. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-B
172. Movie; 00s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-A
173. Movie; 90s; Russian; KGB officer turned mafia boss, businessman
174. Movie; 60s; Soviet; Director of Military Intelligence
175. Movie; 10s-20s; British; assistant
176. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; mercenary, professional assassin, enforcer
177. Movie; 80s; American; entrepreneur, marine researcher, narcotics smuggler
178. Movie; 00s; Bolivian/Russian; intelligence operative
179. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; scientist
180. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); socialite; Recurring-C
182. Movie; 60s; Australian; sleeper agent (unknowingly)
183. Movie; 10s-20s; British; intelligence operative
184. Movie; 80s; Indian; bodyguard, enforcer
185. Movie; 60s; American; gangster
186. TV Episode; 50s-60s; Soviet; intelligence operative
187. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative
188. Movie; 90s; French; helicopter pilot
189. Movie; 70s; American; stand-up comic
190. TV Episode; 50s-60s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C
191. Movie; 60s; British; quartermaster; Recurring-B
192. Movie; 00s; British; international liaison officer; Recurring-C (Recurring-A if you count archive footage)
193. TV Movie; 80s; British?; unable to determine
194. Movie; 80s; American; intelligence operative
195. Movie; 90s; German; enforcer, torturer, head of security
196. Movie; 80s; Soviet; assassin, circus performer
197. Movie; 60s; French; assassin, secret society member
198. Movie; 60s; French; intelligence operative
199. Movie; 80s; British; spy ship crew member
200. Movie; 90s; British; navy lieutenant commander
201. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Recurring-B
202. Movie; 60s; French; police inspector
203. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; criminal operative
204. Movie; 70s; Thai; intelligence operative
205. Movie; 90s; British; media mogul
206. Movie; 80s; German; unrevealed
207. Movie; 60s; British/Dutch/Indonesian; intelligence operative
208. Movie; 80s; unable to determine; doctor (likely in science sense), henchman
209. Movie; 70s; Thai; unrevealed
210. Movie; 00s; British (England); intelligence operative, publicist
211. Movie; 90s; Russian/Bosnian; anarchist terrorist
212. Movie; 10s-20s; Mexican; field operative
213. Movie; 70s; Swedish; unrevealed
214. Movie; 60s; Cayman Islander; fisherman
215. Movie; 80s; American; Director of Oil and Mines
216. Movie; 80s; British; assistant secretary
217. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; unrevealed
218. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general
219. Movie; 80s; Cuban; freelance hitman
220. TV Episode; 80s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-C
221. TV Miniseries; 10s-20s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C
222. Movie; 60s; Jamaican?; army general
223. Movie; 80s; Isthmian; national president
224. Movie; 90s; Swiss; banker
225. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player
226. Movie; 10s-20s; British; scientist
227. Movie; 60s; British; quartermaster, branch head; Recurring-A
228. Movie; 90s; Canadian; navy admiral, representative
229. Movie; 70s; British (England)?; former intelligence operative?; Recurring-C
230. Movie; 60s; Scandinavian; sleeper agent (unknowingly)
231. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence agency Head
232. Movie; 80s; Japanese; narcotics agent posing as drug lord
233. Movie; 80s; Indian; station head
234. Movie; 60s; British (England) but posing as Austrian; henchwoman posing as countess
235. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; hunchwoman
236. TV Episode; 80s; British; agency head; Recurring-C
238. TV Episode; 90s; British; agency head; Recurring-C
239. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative
240. Movie; 80s; Chinese; drug dealer
241. Movie; 70s; American; professional gambler?
242. Movie; 70s; Thai; businessman, industrialist
243. Movie; 60s; Jamaican?; intelligence operative
244. Movie; 80s; French; personal pilot
245. Movie; 70s; British; diamond syndicate chairman
246. Movie; 80s; American; stockbroker turned accountant
247. Movie; 60s; British; taxi driver, intelligence operative
248. Movie; 70s; San Monique; reptile handler, tribal chief
249. Movie; 90s; British; navy chief petty officer
250. Movie; 70s; American; diamond smuggler
251. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); socialite
252. Movie; 60s; French; bodyguard, assassin, secret society member
253. Movie; 60s; British; air force group captain
254. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; stand-up comic?
255. Movie; 70s; British; ballistics expert
256. Movie; 60s; German; personal assistant, criminal operative
258. Movie; 00s; Canadian; intelligence operative
259. Movie; 00s; German; unrevealed
260. Movie; 80s; Soviet; assassin, circus knife-thrower
261. Movie; 80s; Greek; henchman, smuggler
262. TV Episode; 50s-60s; French; intelligence operative
263. Movie; 60s; Turkish; station head
264. Movie; 80s; Greek; guerilla soldier turned smuggler
265. Movie; 00s; Greek; government contractor
266. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchman
267. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; cultist, bodyguard
268. Movie; 80s; Greek; henchman, driver, assassin
269. Movie; 80s; American; drug enforcement operative
270. Movie; 70s; American;  would-be assistant to wealthy men
271. Movie; 60s; German; criminal, enforcer; Recurring-C
272. Movie; 70s; British; nuclear submarine staff officer/captain
273. Movie; 70s; Thai; ninja
274. Movie; 60s; East German; spy trainer, assistant
276. Movie; 70s; British; solar energy scientist
277. Movie; 00s; Cuban; gene therapist, clinic director
278. Movie; 10s-20s; French; criminal board member
279. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; equestrian, enforcer
280. Movie; 60s; American; gangster
281. Movie; 60s; French; liaison
282. Movie; 60s; American; actor, dancer
283. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative
285. Movie; 60s; Chinese–Jamaican; freelance photographer, spy
286. Movie; 80s; Soviet; intelligence operative
287. Movie; 00s; British; section chief
288. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; bodyguard, enforcer
289. Movie; 80s; German; unrevealed
290. Movie; 60s; American?; masseuse
291. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; bodyguard, enforcer
292. Movie; 00s; Swiss; banker
293. Movie; 80s; American; fisherman
294. Movie; 80s; British; secret society member; Recurring-C
295. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative
296. Movie; 00s; French; intelligence operative
297. Movie; 60s; Swiss; solicitor
298. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; hotel manager
299. Movie; 70s; American; ranger
300. Movie; 70s; American; mortician, diamond smuggler
301. Movie; 10s-20s; American; secret society member    
302. Movie; 60s; Japanese; sumo wrestler
303. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general
304. Movie; 10s-20s; unrevealed; secret society member
305. Movie; 90s; Japanese;  terrorist, chemical weapons expert
306. Movie; 80s; Korean?; bodyguard, enforcer?; Recurring-C
307. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; security agent
308. Movie; 10s-20s; British-French; none
309. Movie; 60s;American; entrepreneur
310. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchman
311. TV Movie; 80s; German?; military general
312. Movie; 80s; French; enforcer, head of security , pilot
313. TV Movie; 80s; unable to determine; unable to determine
314. Movie; 80s; unable to determine; unable to determine
315. Movie; 60s; no citizenship; place of birth unrevealed; pet; Recurring-A or B (hard to tell because the movies tend to use multiple cats)
316. Movie; 80s; Soviet; unrevealed
317. Movie; 90s; British; lab assistant turned quartermaster; Recurring-A
318. Movie; 10s-20s; Russian; terrorist leader, scientist, anarchist
319. Movie; 60s; British; poultry farmer, sleeper agent (unknowingly)
320. Movie; 60s; British?; retired intelligence operative; Recurring-C
321. Movie; 90s; Russian; computer technician, cyber-terrorist
322. Movie; 60s; American; scientist
323. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; card player
324. Movie; 60s; Chinese; intelligence operative
325. Movie; 90s; Russian; lounge singer
326. Movie; 00s; Swiss; enforcer, criminal operative
327. Movie; 80s; American; diver, killer
328. Movie; 90s; unrevealed; television news presenter
329. Movie; 80s; British; quartermaster; Recurring-C
330. Movie; 70s; Italian; secretary
331. Movie; 00s; British; agency head; Recurring-A
332. Movie; 00s; British; intelligence operative
333. Movie; 00s; French; environmentalist, criminal, company founder/head
334. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; driver
335. Movie; 80s; American; intelligence operative
336. Movie; 00s; Algerian (but born in Egypt); intelligence operative, terrorist, honeytrap
337. Movie; 10s-20s; British; assistant
338. Movie; 80s; American; drug enforcement agent
339. Movie; 10s-20s; Austrian; terrorist mastermind; Recurring-A
340. Movie; 10s-20s; British; scientist
341. Commercial; 90s; Polish?; unrevealed; Recurring-C
342. Movie; 00s; Italian; card player
343. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)?; intelligence operative; Recurring-C
344. Movie; 60s; East German; spy trainer
345. Movie; 90s; Russian; army major general
346. Movie; 70s; American; unrevealed
347. Movie; 10s-20s; British; intelligence operative turned secretary; Recurring-A
348. Movie; 80s; Soviet; military lieutenant-general
349. Movie; 70s; French; henchwoman
350. Movie; 00s; Ugandan; resistance army commander
351. Movie; 10s-20s; Cuban; intelligence operative
352. Movie; 60s; Turkish; station agent
353. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; scientist
354. Movie; 60s; Mexican; assassin, enforcer
355. TV Episode; 00s; British?; unwilling criminal agent; Recurring-C
357. Movie; 80s; Greek; guerilla soldier turned heroin smuggler, intelligence operative
358. Movie; 60s; Soviet; cipher clerk, army corporal
359. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative
360. Movie; 60s; Soviet; embassy Chief of Security
361. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative, laboratory assistant
362. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; possible professional gambler
363. TV Movie; 10s-20s; British (England); model
364. Movie; 70s; Soviet; intelligence operative
365. Movie; 00s; American; military general
366. Movie; 60s; British; navy chief petty officer
367. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; criminal associate
368. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; criminal operative, professional assassin
369. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; criminal operative?
370. Movie; 00s; British; field agent
371. Movie; 00s; American; section chief
372. Movie; 00s; Bolivian; army general


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Re: Gotta Catch 'em All Challenge 62 Collage 50 James Bond Live 1 of 2

Adding Group Affiliation clues to 130 (being vague if the affiliation is listed as another character). NOTE: SMERSH and Smersh are both accurate depending on the movie. In lieu of a common name for a group used at the time at leastn one Bond movie was made that is now considered offensive, I've opted to use "Romani" instead.

See first post for explamation of Recurring categories.

1. Movie; 00s; Russian; politician, secret society member; Quantum, Russian Government
2. Movie; 80s; Afghan; Deputy Commander of the Eastern District; Mujaheddin, Snow Leopard Brotherhood
3. Movie; 70s; British (England); diamond smuggler, transport consultant; major villain (unknowingly)
4. Movie; 70s; American; astronaut; W Technologies
5. Movie; 70s; San Monique; crime kingpin, politician; Voodoo Cult
6. Movie; 80s; Soviet; KGB General; KGB
8. Movie; 70s; American; flying school student; Bleeker Flying School
9. TV Episode; 50s-60s; British; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; British Intelligence
10. Movie; 90s; Russian; atomic scientist; Russian Atomic Energy Department
12. Movie; 80s; British; butler, security operative; Secret Intelligence Service
13. Movie; 80s; East German; intelligence operative, biathlete; KGB
14. Movie; 90s; French; helicopter pilot; Eurocopter Tiger
15. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
16. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; professional assassin, criminal operative; Recurring-C; SPECTRE
17. Movie; 00s; Japanese; chemical engineer; other character
18. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; diamond trader; other character
19. Movie; 90s; Russian; programmer;  none
20. Movie; 60s; Chinese; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly)
21. Movie; 60s; British?; adjutant; other character
22. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
23. Movie; 60s; Japanese; intelligence operative; Japanese Secret Service
24. Movie; 80s; British (England); high ranking politician; Recurring-D; British Government, Conservative Party
25. Movie; 70s; American; technology firm administrator; W.W. Tectronics
26. Movie; 80s; Italian; intelligence operative; British Secret Service
27. Movie; 60s; Irish; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly)
28. Movie; 70s; South African; houseboy; missionary school
29. Movie; 70s; Soviet; KGB General; KGB, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
30. Movie; 80s; Russian; curator; USSR
31. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; businessman in novelization; other character
32. Movie; 10s-20s; British; criminal operative; SPECTRE
34. Movie; 60s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-A if you count repeating footage, otherwise Recurring-B; Royal Navy, Secret Intelligence Service
35. Movie; 90s; British; navy captain; Royal Navy
36. Movie; 80s; American; state geologist; State of California
37. Movie; 60s; Russian; cipher clerk; Soviet Armed Forces
38. Movie; 70s; American; enforcer, acrobat; major villain
40. Movie; 70s; American; state trooper; Louisiana State Police
41. Movie; 90s; Russian; escort girl; other character
42. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)?; intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?
43. Movie; 90s; American; media executive; Carver Media Group Network
44. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; honeytrap, intelligence operative; Smersh
45. Movie; 80s; American; Air Force commanding officer; U.S. Air Force
47. Movie; 00s; British; intelligence contact; other character
48. Movie; 80s; no citizenship; place of birth unrevealed; pet; Recurring-B; major villain
49. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); intelligence operative; British Security Coordination
50. Movie; 70s; British; navy captain; Royal Navy
51. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; terrorist, bomb maker; major villain
52. Movie; 70s; American; sheriff; Recurring-A; Louisiana State Police
54. Movie; 80s; Soviet; bomb expert; USSR
55. Movie; 70s; Cuban; detective, sleeper agent/intelligence operative; independent
56. Movie; 70s; Chinese; student?; karate school?
57. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; terrorist, weapons manufacturer; Quantum
58. Movie; 90s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service
59. Movie; 90s; Chinese; Military General; People's Liberation Army
60. Movie; 60s; British; Air Force group captain; Royal Air Force
61. Movie; 10s-20s; British; psychologist; Secret Intelligence Service
62. Movie; 10s-20s; French; mercenary, assassin; Recurring-A only if you count picture; SPECTRE
63. Movie; 70s; British; helicopter pilot, personal assistant; major villain
64. Movie; 90s; British; Deputy Chief of Staff; Secret Intelligence Service
65. Movie; 80s; German; geneticist turned horse breeder, head scientist; Nazi Germany, Soviet Union, Zorin Industries
66. Movie; 00s; British; Special Advisor to the Prime Minister, criminal operative; Quantum, British Government
67. Movie; 60s; Italian; infiltrator; SPECTRE
68. Movie; 80s; British/Greek; unrevealed; Independent
69. Movie; 00s; British; personal security detail, sleeper agent; Secret Intelligence Service, Quantum
70. Movie; 80s; Isthmian; secretary; Banco de Isthmus
71. Movie; 00; North Korean; Military General; Korean People's Army
73. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division
74. Movie; 70s; Soviet; KGB agent; KGB
75. Movie; 80s; Ukrainian SSR; General Secretary; Communist Party of the Soviet Union
76. TV Episode; 00s; American; professional gambler?; none?
77. Movie; 00s; Italian; unrevealed; other character
78. Movie; 60s; American; professional gambler?; unrevealed
79. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; unrevealed; unrevealed
80. Movie; 60s; Bahamian; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
81. Movie; 80s; British; secretary; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service
82. Movie; 60s; French; intelligence agency head; Deuxième Bureau
83. TV Episode; 50-60s; French?; intelligence operative; Soviet Union
84. Movie; 70s; British?; diamond smuggler, missionary teacher; SPECTRE (unknowingly)
85. TV Episode (later expanded on DVD); 00s; British (England)?; intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?
87. Movie; 60s; Japanese; Head of Secret Service; Japanese Secret Service
88. Movie; 80s; Isthmian;  enforcer, henchman, advisor; Sanchez Cartel
89. Movie; 80s; American; police detective; Key West Police Department
90. Movie; 80s; Greek/British (born in Greece); unrevealed; unrevealed
91. Movie; 10s-20s; French; consultant psychiatrist; Recurring-A; Hoffler Klinik, SPECTRE, Quantum (latter two via familial association)
92. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; maintenance and security officer/mechanic; major villain
93. Movie; 00s; German; criminal operative; Quantum
94. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative, astronaut; Central Intelligence Agency
95. Movie; 60s; Italian; criminal operative; Recurring-C; SPECTRE
98. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-A; SPECTRE
99. TV Episode; 80s; British (England)?; businessman, criminal; independent?
100. Movie; 60s; Chinese; technical liaison/nuclear fission specialist, intelligence operative; China
101. Movie; 80s; British; representative; Foreign and Commonwealth Office
102. Movie; 80s; Belgian; henchman, professional assassin; Marseilles and Hong Kong drug syndicates
103. Movie; 00s; British; personal assistant; Secret Intelligence Service
104. Movie; 90s; Ukrainian SSR; head of security, terrorist; King Industries
105. Movie; 60s; Russian; cipher clerk; Soviet Armed Forces
106. Movie; 70s; American; CIA agent; Central Intelligence Agency
107. Movie; 70s; American; flying school owner?; own flying school
108. Movie; 00s; Bolivian; military lieutenant; other character
109. Movie; 90s; British; construction magnate, oil magnate; King Industries
111. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent
112. Movie; 90s; British; navy Fleet Commander; Royal Navy
113. Movie; 60s; British; secretary; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service
114. Movie; 90s; American; Head of Special Projects, vice-president of media company; Carver Media Group Network
115. Movie; 90s; Azerbaijani/British (England); oil tycoon, socialite, CEO; King Industries
116. Movie; 60s; Jamaican; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly)
118. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; assassin, enforcer; major villains
119. Movie; 60s; Jamaican; shell diver; Independent
120. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; guard; Zorin Industries
121. TV Movie; 00s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division
122. Movie; 80s; American; international arms dealer, mercenary, drug dealer; West Point,
Belgian Congo
123. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player?; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent
124. TV Movie; 80s; unable to determine; unable to determine; unable to determine
126. Movie; 70s; Portuguese; gunsmith; independent
127. Movie; 60s; likely none; likely none; Recurring-D; independent?
128. TV Movie; 00s; British (England); socialite; Recurring-C; housewife?
129. Movie; 60s; Romani; tribal leader; Romani camp
130. Movie; 60s; American?; copilot; Flying Circus
131. Movie; 90s; Russian; Military Colonel, commanding officer of a Soviet nuclear testing facility
132. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; intelligence operative; Recurring-C
133. Movie; 70s; Egyptian; intelligence informant
134. Movie; 10s-20s; Portuguese or British?; intelligence operative turned cyber-terrorist
135. Movie; 60s; British (England); navy commander, intelligence operative; Recurring-B
136. TV Seres (pre-Bond), TV Special (Bond); 00s (pre-Bond), 10s-20s (Bond); British; former housewife; Recurring-D
137. Movie; 90s; Russian; escort girl
138. Movie; 70s; Chinese; henchwoman
139. Movie; 60s; British; secret service employee
140. Movie; 60s; German; bodyguard, criminal operative
141. Movie; 90s; unrevealed; stealth ship captain, security agent
142. Movie; 70s; American; enforcer, acrobat
143. Movie; 80s; Nicaraguan; henchman, enforcer
145. Movie; 60s; American; enforcer
146. Movie; 90s; American; media executive
147. Movie; 70s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-B
148. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative
149. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; terrorist
150. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general
151. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C
152. Movie; 80s; Soviet; military general, intelligence operative
153. Movie; 60s; Mexican; intelligence operative
154. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Recurring-B
155. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; circus leader, smuggler, henchwoman
156. Movie; 70s; American; navy captain
157. Movie; 80s; American; geologist
158. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-B
159. Movie; 70s; American; customs officer
160. Movie; 00s; Russian; arms dealer
161. Movie; 00s; Albanian; financier, criminal operative; Recurring-C (Recurring-A if you count a later image in cardboard cut-out)
163. Movie; 00s; Austrian?; criminal operative, assassin; Recurring-A
164. Movie; 80s; German; mercenary, assassin
166. TV Special; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C
167. Movie; 00s; Italian; opera singer/actress or singer, depending on how you look at it; Recurring-D
168. Movie; 10s-20s; British; Member of Parliament, Home Secretary, minister of the court, president of the court
169. Movie; 10s-20s; British; undercover agent
170. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; harpist
171. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-B
172. Movie; 00s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-A
173. Movie; 90s; Russian; KGB officer turned mafia boss, businessman
174. Movie; 60s; Soviet; Director of Military Intelligence
175. Movie; 10s-20s; British; assistant
176. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; mercenary, professional assassin, enforcer
177. Movie; 80s; American; entrepreneur, marine researcher, narcotics smuggler
178. Movie; 00s; Bolivian/Russian; intelligence operative
179. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; scientist
180. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); socialite; Recurring-C
182. Movie; 60s; Australian; sleeper agent (unknowingly)
183. Movie; 10s-20s; British; intelligence operative
184. Movie; 80s; Indian; bodyguard, enforcer
185. Movie; 60s; American; gangster
186. TV Episode; 50s-60s; Soviet; intelligence operative
187. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative
188. Movie; 90s; French; helicopter pilot
189. Movie; 70s; American; stand-up comic
190. TV Episode; 50s-60s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C
191. Movie; 60s; British; quartermaster; Recurring-B
192. Movie; 00s; British; international liaison officer; Recurring-C (Recurring-A if you count archive footage)
193. TV Movie; 80s; British?; unable to determine
194. Movie; 80s; American; intelligence operative
195. Movie; 90s; German; enforcer, torturer, head of security
196. Movie; 80s; Soviet; assassin, circus performer
197. Movie; 60s; French; assassin, secret society member
198. Movie; 60s; French; intelligence operative
199. Movie; 80s; British; spy ship crew member
200. Movie; 90s; British; navy lieutenant commander
201. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Recurring-B
202. Movie; 60s; French; police inspector
203. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; criminal operative
204. Movie; 70s; Thai; intelligence operative
205. Movie; 90s; British; media mogul
206. Movie; 80s; German; unrevealed
207. Movie; 60s; British/Dutch/Indonesian; intelligence operative
208. Movie; 80s; unable to determine; doctor (likely in science sense), henchman
209. Movie; 70s; Thai; unrevealed
210. Movie; 00s; British (England); intelligence operative, publicist
211. Movie; 90s; Russian/Bosnian; anarchist terrorist
212. Movie; 10s-20s; Mexican; field operative
213. Movie; 70s; Swedish; unrevealed
214. Movie; 60s; Cayman Islander; fisherman
215. Movie; 80s; American; Director of Oil and Mines
216. Movie; 80s; British; assistant secretary
217. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; unrevealed
218. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general
219. Movie; 80s; Cuban; freelance hitman
220. TV Episode; 80s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-C
221. TV Miniseries; 10s-20s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C
222. Movie; 60s; Jamaican?; army general
223. Movie; 80s; Isthmian; national president
224. Movie; 90s; Swiss; banker
225. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player
226. Movie; 10s-20s; British; scientist
227. Movie; 60s; British; quartermaster, branch head; Recurring-A
228. Movie; 90s; Canadian; navy admiral, representative
229. Movie; 70s; British (England)?; former intelligence operative?; Recurring-C
230. Movie; 60s; Scandinavian; sleeper agent (unknowingly)
231. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence agency Head
232. Movie; 80s; Japanese; narcotics agent posing as drug lord
233. Movie; 80s; Indian; station head
234. Movie; 60s; British (England) but posing as Austrian; henchwoman posing as countess
235. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; hunchwoman
236. TV Episode; 80s; British; agency head; Recurring-C
238. TV Episode; 90s; British; agency head; Recurring-C
239. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative
240. Movie; 80s; Chinese; drug dealer
241. Movie; 70s; American; professional gambler?
242. Movie; 70s; Thai; businessman, industrialist
243. Movie; 60s; Jamaican?; intelligence operative
244. Movie; 80s; French; personal pilot
245. Movie; 70s; British; diamond syndicate chairman
246. Movie; 80s; American; stockbroker turned accountant
247. Movie; 60s; British; taxi driver, intelligence operative
248. Movie; 70s; San Monique; reptile handler, tribal chief
249. Movie; 90s; British; navy chief petty officer
250. Movie; 70s; American; diamond smuggler
251. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); socialite
252. Movie; 60s; French; bodyguard, assassin, secret society member
253. Movie; 60s; British; air force group captain
254. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; stand-up comic?
255. Movie; 70s; British; ballistics expert
256. Movie; 60s; German; personal assistant, criminal operative
258. Movie; 00s; Canadian; intelligence operative
259. Movie; 00s; German; unrevealed
260. Movie; 80s; Soviet; assassin, circus knife-thrower
261. Movie; 80s; Greek; henchman, smuggler
262. TV Episode; 50s-60s; French; intelligence operative
263. Movie; 60s; Turkish; station head
264. Movie; 80s; Greek; guerilla soldier turned smuggler
265. Movie; 00s; Greek; government contractor
266. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchman
267. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; cultist, bodyguard
268. Movie; 80s; Greek; henchman, driver, assassin
269. Movie; 80s; American; drug enforcement operative
270. Movie; 70s; American;  would-be assistant to wealthy men
271. Movie; 60s; German; criminal, enforcer; Recurring-C
272. Movie; 70s; British; nuclear submarine staff officer/captain
273. Movie; 70s; Thai; ninja
274. Movie; 60s; East German; spy trainer, assistant
276. Movie; 70s; British; solar energy scientist
277. Movie; 00s; Cuban; gene therapist, clinic director
278. Movie; 10s-20s; French; criminal board member
279. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; equestrian, enforcer
280. Movie; 60s; American; gangster
281. Movie; 60s; French; liaison
282. Movie; 60s; American; actor, dancer
283. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative
285. Movie; 60s; Chinese–Jamaican; freelance photographer, spy
286. Movie; 80s; Soviet; intelligence operative
287. Movie; 00s; British; section chief
288. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; bodyguard, enforcer
289. Movie; 80s; German; unrevealed
290. Movie; 60s; American?; masseuse
291. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; bodyguard, enforcer
292. Movie; 00s; Swiss; banker
293. Movie; 80s; American; fisherman
294. Movie; 80s; British; secret society member; Recurring-C
295. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative
296. Movie; 00s; French; intelligence operative
297. Movie; 60s; Swiss; solicitor
298. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; hotel manager
299. Movie; 70s; American; ranger
300. Movie; 70s; American; mortician, diamond smuggler
301. Movie; 10s-20s; American; secret society member    
302. Movie; 60s; Japanese; sumo wrestler
303. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general
304. Movie; 10s-20s; unrevealed; secret society member
305. Movie; 90s; Japanese;  terrorist, chemical weapons expert
306. Movie; 80s; Korean?; bodyguard, enforcer?; Recurring-C
307. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; security agent
308. Movie; 10s-20s; British-French; none
309. Movie; 60s;American; entrepreneur
310. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchman
311. TV Movie; 80s; German?; military general
312. Movie; 80s; French; enforcer, head of security , pilot
313. TV Movie; 80s; unable to determine; unable to determine
314. Movie; 80s; unable to determine; unable to determine
315. Movie; 60s; no citizenship; place of birth unrevealed; pet; Recurring-A or B (hard to tell because the movies tend to use multiple cats)
316. Movie; 80s; Soviet; unrevealed
317. Movie; 90s; British; lab assistant turned quartermaster; Recurring-A
318. Movie; 10s-20s; Russian; terrorist leader, scientist, anarchist
319. Movie; 60s; British; poultry farmer, sleeper agent (unknowingly)
320. Movie; 60s; British?; retired intelligence operative; Recurring-C
321. Movie; 90s; Russian; computer technician, cyber-terrorist
322. Movie; 60s; American; scientist
323. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; card player
324. Movie; 60s; Chinese; intelligence operative
325. Movie; 90s; Russian; lounge singer
326. Movie; 00s; Swiss; enforcer, criminal operative
327. Movie; 80s; American; diver, killer
328. Movie; 90s; unrevealed; television news presenter
329. Movie; 80s; British; quartermaster; Recurring-C
330. Movie; 70s; Italian; secretary
331. Movie; 00s; British; agency head; Recurring-A
332. Movie; 00s; British; intelligence operative
333. Movie; 00s; French; environmentalist, criminal, company founder/head
334. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; driver
335. Movie; 80s; American; intelligence operative
336. Movie; 00s; Algerian (but born in Egypt); intelligence operative, terrorist, honeytrap
337. Movie; 10s-20s; British; assistant
338. Movie; 80s; American; drug enforcement agent
339. Movie; 10s-20s; Austrian; terrorist mastermind; Recurring-A
340. Movie; 10s-20s; British; scientist
341. Commercial; 90s; Polish?; unrevealed; Recurring-C
342. Movie; 00s; Italian; card player
343. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)?; intelligence operative; Recurring-C
344. Movie; 60s; East German; spy trainer
345. Movie; 90s; Russian; army major general
346. Movie; 70s; American; unrevealed
347. Movie; 10s-20s; British; intelligence operative turned secretary; Recurring-A
348. Movie; 80s; Soviet; military lieutenant-general
349. Movie; 70s; French; henchwoman
350. Movie; 00s; Ugandan; resistance army commander
351. Movie; 10s-20s; Cuban; intelligence operative
352. Movie; 60s; Turkish; station agent
353. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; scientist
354. Movie; 60s; Mexican; assassin, enforcer
355. TV Episode; 00s; British?; unwilling criminal agent; Recurring-C
357. Movie; 80s; Greek; guerilla soldier turned heroin smuggler, intelligence operative
358. Movie; 60s; Soviet; cipher clerk, army corporal
359. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative
360. Movie; 60s; Soviet; embassy Chief of Security
361. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative, laboratory assistant
362. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; possible professional gambler
363. TV Movie; 10s-20s; British (England); model
364. Movie; 70s; Soviet; intelligence operative
365. Movie; 00s; American; military general
366. Movie; 60s; British; navy chief petty officer
367. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; criminal associate
368. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; criminal operative, professional assassin
369. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; criminal operative?
370. Movie; 00s; British; field agent
371. Movie; 00s; American; section chief
372. Movie; 00s; Bolivian; army general

 


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Re: Gotta Catch 'em All Challenge 62 Collage 50 James Bond Live 1 of 2

Adding Group Affiliation clues to 280 (being vague if the affiliation is listed as another character). NOTE: SMERSH and Smersh are both accurate depending on the movie. In lieu of a common name for a group used at the time at leastn one Bond movie was made that is now considered offensive, I've opted to use "Romani" instead.

See first post for explamation of Recurring categories.

1. Movie; 00s; Russian; politician, secret society member; Quantum, Russian Government
2. Movie; 80s; Afghan; Deputy Commander of the Eastern District; Mujaheddin, Snow Leopard Brotherhood
3. Movie; 70s; British (England); diamond smuggler, transport consultant; major villain (unknowingly)
4. Movie; 70s; American; astronaut; W Technologies
5. Movie; 70s; San Monique; crime kingpin, politician; Voodoo Cult
6. Movie; 80s; Soviet; KGB General; KGB
8. Movie; 70s; American; flying school student; Bleeker Flying School
9. TV Episode; 50s-60s; British; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; British Intelligence
10. Movie; 90s; Russian; atomic scientist; Russian Atomic Energy Department
12. Movie; 80s; British; butler, security operative; Secret Intelligence Service
13. Movie; 80s; East German; intelligence operative, biathlete; KGB
14. Movie; 90s; French; helicopter pilot; Eurocopter Tiger
15. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
16. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; professional assassin, criminal operative; Recurring-C; SPECTRE
17. Movie; 00s; Japanese; chemical engineer; other character
18. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; diamond trader; other character
19. Movie; 90s; Russian; programmer;  none
20. Movie; 60s; Chinese; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly)
21. Movie; 60s; British?; adjutant; other character
22. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
23. Movie; 60s; Japanese; intelligence operative; Japanese Secret Service
24. Movie; 80s; British (England); high ranking politician; Recurring-D; British Government, Conservative Party
25. Movie; 70s; American; technology firm administrator; W.W. Tectronics
26. Movie; 80s; Italian; intelligence operative; British Secret Service
27. Movie; 60s; Irish; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly)
28. Movie; 70s; South African; houseboy; missionary school
29. Movie; 70s; Soviet; KGB General; KGB, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
30. Movie; 80s; Russian; curator; USSR
31. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; businessman in novelization; other character
32. Movie; 10s-20s; British; criminal operative; SPECTRE
34. Movie; 60s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-A if you count repeating footage, otherwise Recurring-B; Royal Navy, Secret Intelligence Service
35. Movie; 90s; British; navy captain; Royal Navy
36. Movie; 80s; American; state geologist; State of California
37. Movie; 60s; Russian; cipher clerk; Soviet Armed Forces
38. Movie; 70s; American; enforcer, acrobat; major villain
40. Movie; 70s; American; state trooper; Louisiana State Police
41. Movie; 90s; Russian; escort girl; other character
42. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)?; intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?
43. Movie; 90s; American; media executive; Carver Media Group Network
44. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; honeytrap, intelligence operative; Smersh
45. Movie; 80s; American; Air Force commanding officer; U.S. Air Force
47. Movie; 00s; British; intelligence contact; other character
48. Movie; 80s; no citizenship; place of birth unrevealed; pet; Recurring-B; major villain
49. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); intelligence operative; British Security Coordination
50. Movie; 70s; British; navy captain; Royal Navy
51. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; terrorist, bomb maker; major villain
52. Movie; 70s; American; sheriff; Recurring-A; Louisiana State Police
54. Movie; 80s; Soviet; bomb expert; USSR
55. Movie; 70s; Cuban; detective, sleeper agent/intelligence operative; independent
56. Movie; 70s; Chinese; student?; karate school?
57. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; terrorist, weapons manufacturer; Quantum
58. Movie; 90s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service
59. Movie; 90s; Chinese; Military General; People's Liberation Army
60. Movie; 60s; British; Air Force group captain; Royal Air Force
61. Movie; 10s-20s; British; psychologist; Secret Intelligence Service
62. Movie; 10s-20s; French; mercenary, assassin; Recurring-A only if you count picture; SPECTRE
63. Movie; 70s; British; helicopter pilot, personal assistant; major villain
64. Movie; 90s; British; Deputy Chief of Staff; Secret Intelligence Service
65. Movie; 80s; German; geneticist turned horse breeder, head scientist; Nazi Germany, Soviet Union, Zorin Industries
66. Movie; 00s; British; Special Advisor to the Prime Minister, criminal operative; Quantum, British Government
67. Movie; 60s; Italian; infiltrator; SPECTRE
68. Movie; 80s; British/Greek; unrevealed; Independent
69. Movie; 00s; British; personal security detail, sleeper agent; Secret Intelligence Service, Quantum
70. Movie; 80s; Isthmian; secretary; Banco de Isthmus
71. Movie; 00; North Korean; Military General; Korean People's Army
73. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division
74. Movie; 70s; Soviet; KGB agent; KGB
75. Movie; 80s; Ukrainian SSR; General Secretary; Communist Party of the Soviet Union
76. TV Episode; 00s; American; professional gambler?; none?
77. Movie; 00s; Italian; unrevealed; other character
78. Movie; 60s; American; professional gambler?; unrevealed
79. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; unrevealed; unrevealed
80. Movie; 60s; Bahamian; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
81. Movie; 80s; British; secretary; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service
82. Movie; 60s; French; intelligence agency head; Deuxième Bureau
83. TV Episode; 50-60s; French?; intelligence operative; Soviet Union
84. Movie; 70s; British?; diamond smuggler, missionary teacher; SPECTRE (unknowingly)
85. TV Episode (later expanded on DVD); 00s; British (England)?; intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?
87. Movie; 60s; Japanese; Head of Secret Service; Japanese Secret Service
88. Movie; 80s; Isthmian;  enforcer, henchman, advisor; Sanchez Cartel
89. Movie; 80s; American; police detective; Key West Police Department
90. Movie; 80s; Greek/British (born in Greece); unrevealed; unrevealed
91. Movie; 10s-20s; French; consultant psychiatrist; Recurring-A; Hoffler Klinik, SPECTRE, Quantum (latter two via familial association)
92. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; maintenance and security officer/mechanic; major villain
93. Movie; 00s; German; criminal operative; Quantum
94. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative, astronaut; Central Intelligence Agency
95. Movie; 60s; Italian; criminal operative; Recurring-C; SPECTRE
98. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-A; SPECTRE
99. TV Episode; 80s; British (England)?; businessman, criminal; independent?
100. Movie; 60s; Chinese; technical liaison/nuclear fission specialist, intelligence operative; China
101. Movie; 80s; British; representative; Foreign and Commonwealth Office
102. Movie; 80s; Belgian; henchman, professional assassin; Marseilles and Hong Kong drug syndicates
103. Movie; 00s; British; personal assistant; Secret Intelligence Service
104. Movie; 90s; Ukrainian SSR; head of security, terrorist; King Industries
105. Movie; 60s; Russian; cipher clerk; Soviet Armed Forces
106. Movie; 70s; American; CIA agent; Central Intelligence Agency
107. Movie; 70s; American; flying school owner?; own flying school
108. Movie; 00s; Bolivian; military lieutenant; other character
109. Movie; 90s; British; construction magnate, oil magnate; King Industries
111. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent
112. Movie; 90s; British; navy Fleet Commander; Royal Navy
113. Movie; 60s; British; secretary; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service
114. Movie; 90s; American; Head of Special Projects, vice-president of media company; Carver Media Group Network
115. Movie; 90s; Azerbaijani/British (England); oil tycoon, socialite, CEO; King Industries
116. Movie; 60s; Jamaican; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly)
118. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; assassin, enforcer; major villains
119. Movie; 60s; Jamaican; shell diver; Independent
120. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; guard; Zorin Industries
121. TV Movie; 00s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division
122. Movie; 80s; American; international arms dealer, mercenary, drug dealer; West Point,
Belgian Congo
123. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player?; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent
124. TV Movie; 80s; unable to determine; unable to determine; unable to determine
126. Movie; 70s; Portuguese; gunsmith; independent
127. Movie; 60s; likely none; likely none; Recurring-D; independent?
128. TV Movie; 00s; British (England); socialite; Recurring-C; none?
129. Movie; 60s; Romani; tribal leader; Romani camp
130. Movie; 60s; American?; copilot; Flying Circus
131. Movie; 90s; Russian; Military Colonel, commanding officer of a Soviet nuclear testing facility; CIS (СНГ) Military
132. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Smersh
133. Movie; 70s; Egyptian; intelligence informant; Secret Intelligence Service
134. Movie; 10s-20s; Portuguese or British?; intelligence operative turned cyber-terrorist; Secret Intelligence Service, SPECTRE
135. Movie; 60s; British (England); navy commander, intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service
136. TV Seres (pre-Bond), TV Special (Bond); 00s (pre-Bond), 10s-20s (Bond); British; housewife turned apparent office cleaner; Recurring-D; apparently Secret Intelligence Service in this instance
137. Movie; 90s; Russian; escort girl; other character
138. Movie; 70s; Chinese; henchwoman; main villain
139. Movie; 60s; British; secret service employee; Secret Intelligence Service
140. Movie; 60s; German; bodyguard, criminal operative; SPECTRE
141. Movie; 90s; unrevealed; stealth ship captain, security agent; Carver Media Group Network, Stealth Ship
142. Movie; 70s; American; enforcer, acrobat; main villain
143. Movie; 80s; Nicaraguan; henchman, enforcer; Sanchez Cartel, Contras
145. Movie; 60s; American; enforcer; main villain
146. Movie; 90s; American; media executive; Carver Media Group Network
147. Movie; 70s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service
148. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency
149. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; terrorist; SPECTRE
150. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army
151. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service
152. Movie; 80s; Soviet; military general, intelligence operative; Soviet Union
153. Movie; 60s; Mexican; intelligence operative; Mexican Government?
154. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Central Intelligence Agency
155. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; circus leader, smuggler, henchwoman; Octopus Cult
156. Movie; 70s; American; navy captain; US Navy
157. Movie; 80s; American; geologist; Zorin Industries
158. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-B; SPECTRE (unclear if still active at this point)
159. Movie; 70s; American; customs officer; US Government
160. Movie; 00s; Russian; arms dealer; other character
161. Movie; 00s; Albanian; financier, criminal operative; Recurring-C (Recurring-A if you count a later image in cardboard cut-out); Quantum, SPECTRE (latter indirectly)
163. Movie; 00s; Austrian?; criminal operative, assassin; Recurring-A; Quantum, SPECTRE
164. Movie; 80s; German; mercenary, assassin; main villain
166. TV Special; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service
167. Movie; 00s; Italian; opera singer/actress or singer, depending on how you look at it; Recurring-D; none?
168. Movie; 10s-20s; British; Member of Parliament, Home Secretary, minister of the court, president of the court; British Government
169. Movie; 10s-20s; British; undercover agent; Secret Intelligence Service
170. Movie (deleted scene); 70s; unrevealed; harpist; The Whyte House
171. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service
172. Movie; 00s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service
173. Movie; 90s; Russian; KGB officer turned mafia boss, businessman; KGB turned independent
174. Movie; 60s; Soviet; Director of Military Intelligence; Soviet Embassy of Istanbul
175. Movie; 10s-20s; British; assistant; Secret Intelligence Service
176. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; mercenary, professional assassin, enforcer; KGB
177. Movie; 80s; American; entrepreneur, marine researcher, narcotics smuggler; Sanchez Cartel, Ocean Exotica, Wavekrest Marine Research
178. Movie; 00s; Bolivian/Russian; intelligence operative; Bolivian Secret Service, independent
179. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; scientist; Stromberg Shipping (contracted)
180. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); socialite; Recurring-C; none?
182. Movie; 60s; Australian; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly)
183. Movie; 10s-20s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
184. Movie; 80s; Indian; bodyguard, enforcer; main villain
185. Movie; 60s; American; gangster; American Mafia
186. TV Episode; 50s-60s; Soviet; intelligence operative; SMERSH?
187. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
188. Movie; 90s; French; helicopter pilot; Eurocopter Tiger
189. Movie; 70s; American; stand-up comic; main villain
190. TV Episode; 50s-60s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service
191. Movie; 60s; British; quartermaster; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service
192. Movie; 00s; British; international liaison officer; Recurring-C (Recurring-A if you count archive footage); HM Treasury, Quantum, SPECTRE (latter indirectly)
193. TV Movie; 80s; British?; unable to determine; unable to determine
194. Movie; 80s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency
195. Movie; 90s; German; enforcer, torturer, head of security; Carver Media Group Network
196. Movie; 80s; Soviet; assassin, circus performer; various characters
197. Movie; 60s; French; assassin, secret society member; SPECTRE
198. Movie; 60s; French; intelligence operative; Smersh
199. Movie; 80s; British; spy ship crew member; Secret Intelligence Service
200. Movie; 90s; British; navy lieutenant commander; Royal Navy
201. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Central Intelligence Agency
202. Movie; 60s; French; police inspector; French Special Police
203. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; criminal operative; SPECTRE
204. Movie; 70s; Thai; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
205. Movie; 90s; British; media mogul; Carver Media Group Network
206. Movie; 80s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed
207. Movie; 60s; British/Dutch/Indonesian; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
208. Movie; 80s; unable to determine; nuclear physicist, henchman; SPECTRE
209. Movie; 70s; Thai; unrevealed; other character
210. Movie; 00s; British (England); intelligence operative, publicist; Secret Intelligence Service, Graves Corporation
211. Movie; 90s; Russian/Bosnian; anarchist terrorist; KGB turned independemt
212. Movie; 10s-20s; Mexican; field operative; Mexican Secret Service
213. Movie; 70s; Swedish; unrevealed; main villain
214. Movie; 60s; Cayman Islander; fisherman; various characters
215. Movie; 80s; American; Director of Oil and Mines; San Francisco City Hall
216. Movie; 80s; British; assistant secretary; Secret Intelligence Service
217. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; unrevealed; unrevealed
218. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army
219. Movie; 80s; Cuban; freelance hitman; main villain
220. TV Episode; 80s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-C; SPECTRE?
221. TV Miniseries; 10s-20s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division
222. Movie; 60s; Jamaican?; army general; Jamaican government
223. Movie; 80s; Isthmian; national president; Isthmus, Sanchez Cartel
224. Movie; 90s; Swiss; banker; La Banque Suisse de L'Industrie
225. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent
226. Movie; 10s-20s; British; scientist; Secret Intelligence Service
227. Movie; 60s; British; quartermaster, branch head; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service
228. Movie; 90s; Canadian; navy admiral, representative; Canadian Armed Forces, Royal Canadian Navy
229. Movie; 70s; British (England)?; former intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?
230. Movie; 60s; Scandinavian; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly)
231. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence agency Head; American Secret Service, Central Intelligence Agency, FBI, possibly others
232. Movie; 80s; Japanese; narcotics agent posing as drug lord; Hong Kong Narcotics Agency
233. Movie; 80s; Indian; station head; Secret Intelligence Service
234. Movie; 60s; British (England) but posing as Austrian; henchwoman posing as countess; other character
235. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchwoman; main villain
236. TV Episode; 80s; British; agency head; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service
238. TV Episode; 90s; British; agency head; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service
239. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
240. Movie; 80s; Chinese; drug dealer; own cartel?
241. Movie; 70s; American; professional gambler?; independent?
242. Movie; 70s; Thai; businessman, industrialist; independent
243. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency
244. Movie; 80s; French; personal pilot; Drax Industries, Drax Airlines
245. Movie; 70s; British; diamond syndicate chairman; British Government
246. Movie; 80s; American; stockbroker turned accountant; Sanchez Cartel
247. Movie; 60s; British; taxi driver, intelligence operative; Foreign Office, Security Service
248. Movie; 70s; San Monique; reptile handler, tribal chief; Voodoo Cult
249. Movie; 90s; British; navy chief petty officer; Royal Navy
250. Movie; 70s; American; diamond smuggler; SPECTRE
251. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); socialite; none?
252. Movie; 60s; French; bodyguard, assassin, secret society member; SPECTRE
253. Movie; 60s; British; air force group captain; Royal Air Force
254. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; stand-up comic?; unrevealed
255. Movie; 70s; British; ballistics expert; Secret Intelligence Service
256. Movie; 60s; German; personal assistant, criminal operative; SPECTRE
258. Movie; 00s; Canadian; intelligence operative; Canadian Security Intelligence Service
259. Movie; 00s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed
260. Movie; 80s; Soviet; assassin, circus knife-thrower; various characters
261. Movie; 80s; Greek; henchman, smuggler; other character
262. TV Episode; 50s-60s; French; intelligence operative; Soviet Union
263. Movie; 60s; Turkish; station head; Secret Intelligence Service
264. Movie; 80s; Greek; guerilla soldier turned smuggler; Greek Resistance turned independent
265. Movie; 00s; Greek; government contractor; Quantum
266. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchman; SPECTRE
267. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; cultist, bodyguard; Octopus Cult
268. Movie; 80s; Greek; henchman, driver, assassin; main villain
269. Movie; 80s; American; drug enforcement operative; Drug Enforcement Administration
270. Movie; 70s; American;  would-be assistant to wealthy men; independent?
271. Movie; 60s; German; criminal, enforcer; Recurring-C; Red Lightning Tong turned SPECTRE
272. Movie; 70s; British; nuclear submarine staff officer/captain; Royal Navy
273. Movie; 70s; Thai; ninja; Martial Arts School
274. Movie; 60s; East German; spy trainer, assistant; Smersh
276. Movie; 70s; British; solar energy scientist; Secret Intelligence Service
277. Movie; 00s; Cuban; gene therapist, clinic director; La Clinica Alvarez
278. Movie; 10s-20s; French; criminal board member; SPECTRE
279. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; equestrian, enforcer; main villain
280. Movie; 60s; American; gangster; American Mafia
281. Movie; 60s; French; liaison
282. Movie; 60s; American; actor, dancer
283. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative
285. Movie; 60s; Chinese–Jamaican; freelance photographer, spy
286. Movie; 80s; Soviet; intelligence operative
287. Movie; 00s; British; section chief
288. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; bodyguard, enforcer
289. Movie; 80s; German; unrevealed
290. Movie; 60s; American?; masseuse
291. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; bodyguard, enforcer
292. Movie; 00s; Swiss; banker
293. Movie; 80s; American; fisherman
294. Movie; 80s; British; secret society member; Recurring-C
295. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative
296. Movie; 00s; French; intelligence operative
297. Movie; 60s; Swiss; solicitor
298. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; hotel manager
299. Movie; 70s; American; ranger
300. Movie; 70s; American; mortician, diamond smuggler
301. Movie; 10s-20s; American; secret society member    
302. Movie; 60s; Japanese; sumo wrestler
303. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general
304. Movie; 10s-20s; unrevealed; secret society member
305. Movie; 90s; Japanese;  terrorist, chemical weapons expert
306. Movie; 80s; Korean?; bodyguard, enforcer?; Recurring-C
307. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; security agent
308. Movie; 10s-20s; British-French; none
309. Movie; 60s;American; entrepreneur
310. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchman
311. TV Movie; 80s; German?; military general
312. Movie; 80s; French; enforcer, head of security , pilot
313. TV Movie; 80s; unable to determine; unable to determine
314. Movie; 80s; unable to determine; unable to determine
315. Movie; 60s; no citizenship; place of birth unrevealed; pet; Recurring-A or B (hard to tell because the movies tend to use multiple cats)
316. Movie; 80s; Soviet; unrevealed
317. Movie; 90s; British; lab assistant turned quartermaster; Recurring-A
318. Movie; 10s-20s; Russian; terrorist leader, scientist, anarchist
319. Movie; 60s; British; poultry farmer, sleeper agent (unknowingly)
320. Movie; 60s; British?; retired intelligence operative; Recurring-C
321. Movie; 90s; Russian; computer technician, cyber-terrorist
322. Movie; 60s; American; scientist
323. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; card player
324. Movie; 60s; Chinese; intelligence operative
325. Movie; 90s; Russian; lounge singer
326. Movie; 00s; Swiss; enforcer, criminal operative
327. Movie; 80s; American; diver, killer
328. Movie; 90s; unrevealed; television news presenter
329. Movie; 80s; British; quartermaster; Recurring-C
330. Movie; 70s; Italian; secretary
331. Movie; 00s; British; agency head; Recurring-A
332. Movie; 00s; British; intelligence operative
333. Movie; 00s; French; environmentalist, criminal, company founder/head
334. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; driver
335. Movie; 80s; American; intelligence operative
336. Movie; 00s; Algerian (but born in Egypt); intelligence operative, terrorist, honeytrap
337. Movie; 10s-20s; British; assistant
338. Movie; 80s; American; drug enforcement agent
339. Movie; 10s-20s; Austrian; terrorist mastermind; Recurring-A
340. Movie; 10s-20s; British; scientist
341. Commercial; 90s; Polish?; unrevealed; Recurring-C
342. Movie; 00s; Italian; card player
343. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)?; intelligence operative; Recurring-C
344. Movie; 60s; East German; spy trainer
345. Movie; 90s; Russian; army major general
346. Movie; 70s; American; unrevealed
347. Movie; 10s-20s; British; intelligence operative turned secretary; Recurring-A
348. Movie; 80s; Soviet; military lieutenant-general
349. Movie; 70s; French; henchwoman
350. Movie; 00s; Ugandan; resistance army commander
351. Movie; 10s-20s; Cuban; intelligence operative
352. Movie; 60s; Turkish; station agent
353. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; scientist
354. Movie; 60s; Mexican; assassin, enforcer
355. TV Episode; 00s; British?; unwilling criminal agent; Recurring-C
357. Movie; 80s; Greek; guerilla soldier turned heroin smuggler, intelligence operative
358. Movie; 60s; Soviet; cipher clerk, army corporal
359. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative
360. Movie; 60s; Soviet; embassy Chief of Security
361. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative, laboratory assistant
362. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; possible professional gambler
363. TV Movie; 10s-20s; British (England); model
364. Movie; 70s; Soviet; intelligence operative
365. Movie; 00s; American; military general
366. Movie; 60s; British; navy chief petty officer
367. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; criminal associate
368. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; criminal operative, professional assassin
369. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; criminal operative?
370. Movie; 00s; British; field agent
371. Movie; 00s; American; section chief
372. Movie; 00s; Bolivian; army general

 


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4/23/2024 5:01 am  #38


Re: Gotta Catch 'em All Challenge 62 Collage 50 James Bond Live 1 of 2

Adding remaining Group Affiliation clues (being vague if the affiliation is listed as another character). NOTE: SMERSH and Smersh are both accurate depending on the movie. In lieu of a common name for a group used at the time at least one Bond movie was made that is now considered offensive, I've opted to use "Romani" instead.

See first post for explamation of Recurring categories.

1. Movie; 00s; Russian; politician, secret society member; Quantum, Russian Government
2. Movie; 80s; Afghan; Deputy Commander of the Eastern District; Mujaheddin, Snow Leopard Brotherhood
3. Movie; 70s; British (England); diamond smuggler, transport consultant; major villain (unknowingly)
4. Movie; 70s; American; astronaut; W Technologies
5. Movie; 70s; San Monique; crime kingpin, politician; Voodoo Cult
6. Movie; 80s; Soviet; KGB General; KGB
8. Movie; 70s; American; flying school student; Bleeker Flying School
9. TV Episode; 50s-60s; British; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; British Intelligence
10. Movie; 90s; Russian; atomic scientist; Russian Atomic Energy Department
12. Movie; 80s; British; butler, security operative; Secret Intelligence Service
13. Movie; 80s; East German; intelligence operative, biathlete; KGB
14. Movie; 90s; French; helicopter pilot; Eurocopter Tiger
15. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
16. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; professional assassin, criminal operative; Recurring-C; SPECTRE
17. Movie; 00s; Japanese; chemical engineer; other character
18. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; diamond trader; other character
19. Movie; 90s; Russian; programmer;  none
20. Movie; 60s; Chinese; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly)
21. Movie; 60s; British?; adjutant; other character
22. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
23. Movie; 60s; Japanese; intelligence operative; Japanese Secret Service
24. Movie; 80s; British (England); high ranking politician; Recurring-D; British Government, Conservative Party
25. Movie; 70s; American; technology firm administrator; W.W. Tectronics
26. Movie; 80s; Italian; intelligence operative; British Secret Service
27. Movie; 60s; Irish; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly)
28. Movie; 70s; South African; houseboy; missionary school
29. Movie; 70s; Soviet; KGB General; KGB, Ministry of Foreign Affairs
30. Movie; 80s; Russian; curator; USSR
31. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; businessman in novelization; other character
32. Movie; 10s-20s; British; criminal operative; SPECTRE
34. Movie; 60s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-A if you count repeating footage, otherwise Recurring-B; Royal Navy, Secret Intelligence Service
35. Movie; 90s; British; navy captain; Royal Navy
36. Movie; 80s; American; state geologist; State of California
37. Movie; 60s; Russian; cipher clerk; Soviet Armed Forces
38. Movie; 70s; American; enforcer, acrobat; major villain
40. Movie; 70s; American; state trooper; Louisiana State Police
41. Movie; 90s; Russian; escort girl; other character
42. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)?; intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?
43. Movie; 90s; American; media executive; Carver Media Group Network
44. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; honeytrap, intelligence operative; Smersh
45. Movie; 80s; American; Air Force commanding officer; U.S. Air Force
47. Movie; 00s; British; intelligence contact; other character
48. Movie; 80s; no citizenship; place of birth unrevealed; pet; Recurring-B; major villain
49. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); intelligence operative; British Security Coordination
50. Movie; 70s; British; navy captain; Royal Navy
51. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; terrorist, bomb maker; major villain
52. Movie; 70s; American; sheriff; Recurring-A; Louisiana State Police
54. Movie; 80s; Soviet; bomb expert; USSR
55. Movie; 70s; Cuban; detective, sleeper agent/intelligence operative; independent
56. Movie; 70s; Chinese; student?; karate school?
57. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; terrorist, weapons manufacturer; Quantum
58. Movie; 90s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service
59. Movie; 90s; Chinese; Military General; People's Liberation Army
60. Movie; 60s; British; Air Force group captain; Royal Air Force
61. Movie; 10s-20s; British; psychologist; Secret Intelligence Service
62. Movie; 10s-20s; French; mercenary, assassin; Recurring-A only if you count picture; SPECTRE
63. Movie; 70s; British; helicopter pilot, personal assistant; major villain
64. Movie; 90s; British; Deputy Chief of Staff; Secret Intelligence Service
65. Movie; 80s; German; geneticist turned horse breeder, head scientist; Nazi Germany, Soviet Union, Zorin Industries
66. Movie; 00s; British; Special Advisor to the Prime Minister, criminal operative; Quantum, British Government
67. Movie; 60s; Italian; infiltrator; SPECTRE
68. Movie; 80s; British/Greek; unrevealed; Independent
69. Movie; 00s; British; personal security detail, sleeper agent; Secret Intelligence Service, Quantum
70. Movie; 80s; Isthmian; secretary; Banco de Isthmus
71. Movie; 00; North Korean; Military General; Korean People's Army
73. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division
74. Movie; 70s; Soviet; KGB agent; KGB
75. Movie; 80s; Ukrainian SSR; General Secretary; Communist Party of the Soviet Union
76. TV Episode; 00s; American; professional gambler?; none?
77. Movie; 00s; Italian; unrevealed; other character
78. Movie; 60s; American; professional gambler?; unrevealed
79. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; unrevealed; unrevealed
80. Movie; 60s; Bahamian; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
81. Movie; 80s; British; secretary; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service
82. Movie; 60s; French; intelligence agency head; Deuxième Bureau
83. TV Episode; 50-60s; French?; intelligence operative; Soviet Union
84. Movie; 70s; British?; diamond smuggler, missionary teacher; SPECTRE (unknowingly)
85. TV Episode (later expanded on DVD); 00s; British (England)?; intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?
87. Movie; 60s; Japanese; Head of Secret Service; Japanese Secret Service
88. Movie; 80s; Isthmian;  enforcer, henchman, advisor; Sanchez Cartel
89. Movie; 80s; American; police detective; Key West Police Department
90. Movie; 80s; Greek/British (born in Greece); unrevealed; unrevealed
91. Movie; 10s-20s; French; consultant psychiatrist; Recurring-A; Hoffler Klinik, SPECTRE, Quantum (latter two via familial association)
92. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; maintenance and security officer/mechanic; major villain
93. Movie; 00s; German; criminal operative; Quantum
94. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative, astronaut; Central Intelligence Agency
95. Movie; 60s; Italian; criminal operative; Recurring-C; SPECTRE
98. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-A; SPECTRE
99. TV Episode; 80s; British (England)?; businessman, criminal; independent?
100. Movie; 60s; Chinese; technical liaison/nuclear fission specialist, intelligence operative; China
101. Movie; 80s; British; representative; Foreign and Commonwealth Office
102. Movie; 80s; Belgian; henchman, professional assassin; Marseilles and Hong Kong drug syndicates
103. Movie; 00s; British; personal assistant; Secret Intelligence Service
104. Movie; 90s; Ukrainian SSR; head of security, terrorist; King Industries
105. Movie; 60s; Russian; cipher clerk; Soviet Armed Forces
106. Movie; 70s; American; CIA agent; Central Intelligence Agency
107. Movie; 70s; American; flying school owner?; own flying school
108. Movie; 00s; Bolivian; military lieutenant; other character
109. Movie; 90s; British; construction magnate, oil magnate; King Industries
111. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent
112. Movie; 90s; British; navy Fleet Commander; Royal Navy
113. Movie; 60s; British; secretary; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service
114. Movie; 90s; American; Head of Special Projects, vice-president of media company; Carver Media Group Network
115. Movie; 90s; Azerbaijani/British (England); oil tycoon, socialite, CEO; King Industries
116. Movie; 60s; Jamaican; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly)
118. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; assassin, enforcer; major villains
119. Movie; 60s; Jamaican; shell diver; Independent
120. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; guard; Zorin Industries
121. TV Movie; 00s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division
122. Movie; 80s; American; international arms dealer, mercenary, drug dealer; West Point,
Belgian Congo
123. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player?; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent
124. TV Movie; 80s; unable to determine; unable to determine; unable to determine
126. Movie; 70s; Portuguese; gunsmith; independent
127. Movie; 60s; likely none; likely none; Recurring-D; independent?
128. TV Movie; 00s; British (England); socialite; Recurring-C; none?
129. Movie; 60s; Romani; tribal leader; Romani camp
130. Movie; 60s; American?; copilot; Flying Circus
131. Movie; 90s; Russian; Military Colonel, commanding officer of a Soviet nuclear testing facility; CIS (СНГ) Military
132. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Smersh
133. Movie; 70s; Egyptian; intelligence informant; Secret Intelligence Service
134. Movie; 10s-20s; Portuguese or British?; intelligence operative turned cyber-terrorist; Secret Intelligence Service, SPECTRE
135. Movie; 60s; British (England); navy commander, intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service
136. TV Seres (pre-Bond), TV Special (Bond); 00s (pre-Bond), 10s-20s (Bond); British; housewife turned apparent office cleaner; Recurring-D; apparently Secret Intelligence Service in this instance
137. Movie; 90s; Russian; escort girl; other character
138. Movie; 70s; Chinese; henchwoman; main villain
139. Movie; 60s; British; secret service employee; Secret Intelligence Service
140. Movie; 60s; German; bodyguard, criminal operative; SPECTRE
141. Movie; 90s; unrevealed; stealth ship captain, security agent; Carver Media Group Network, Stealth Ship
142. Movie; 70s; American; enforcer, acrobat; main villain
143. Movie; 80s; Nicaraguan; henchman, enforcer; Sanchez Cartel, Contras
145. Movie; 60s; American; enforcer; main villain
146. Movie; 90s; American; media executive; Carver Media Group Network
147. Movie; 70s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service
148. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency
149. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; terrorist; SPECTRE
150. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army
151. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service
152. Movie; 80s; Soviet; military general, intelligence operative; Soviet Union
153. Movie; 60s; Mexican; intelligence operative; Mexican Government?
154. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Central Intelligence Agency
155. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; circus leader, smuggler, henchwoman; Octopus Cult
156. Movie; 70s; American; navy captain; US Navy
157. Movie; 80s; American; geologist; Zorin Industries
158. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-B; SPECTRE (unclear if still active at this point)
159. Movie; 70s; American; customs officer; US Government
160. Movie; 00s; Russian; arms dealer; other character
161. Movie; 00s; Albanian; financier, criminal operative; Recurring-C (Recurring-A if you count a later image in cardboard cut-out); Quantum, SPECTRE (latter indirectly)
163. Movie; 00s; Austrian?; criminal operative, assassin; Recurring-A; Quantum, SPECTRE
164. Movie; 80s; German; mercenary, assassin; main villain
166. TV Special; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service
167. Movie; 00s; Italian; opera singer/actress or singer, depending on how you look at it; Recurring-D; none?
168. Movie; 10s-20s; British; Member of Parliament, Home Secretary, minister of the court, president of the court; British Government
169. Movie; 10s-20s; British; undercover agent; Secret Intelligence Service
170. Movie (deleted scene); 70s; unrevealed; harpist; The Whyte House
171. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service
172. Movie; 00s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service
173. Movie; 90s; Russian; KGB officer turned mafia boss, businessman; KGB turned independent
174. Movie; 60s; Soviet; Director of Military Intelligence; Soviet Embassy of Istanbul
175. Movie; 10s-20s; British; assistant; Secret Intelligence Service
176. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; mercenary, professional assassin, enforcer; KGB
177. Movie; 80s; American; entrepreneur, marine researcher, narcotics smuggler; Sanchez Cartel, Ocean Exotica, Wavekrest Marine Research
178. Movie; 00s; Bolivian/Russian; intelligence operative; Bolivian Secret Service, independent
179. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; scientist; Stromberg Shipping (contracted)
180. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); socialite; Recurring-C; none?
182. Movie; 60s; Australian; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly)
183. Movie; 10s-20s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
184. Movie; 80s; Indian; bodyguard, enforcer; main villain
185. Movie; 60s; American; gangster; American Mafia
186. TV Episode; 50s-60s; Soviet; intelligence operative; SMERSH?
187. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
188. Movie; 90s; French; helicopter pilot; Eurocopter Tiger
189. Movie; 70s; American; stand-up comic; main villain
190. TV Episode; 50s-60s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service
191. Movie; 60s; British; quartermaster; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service
192. Movie; 00s; British; international liaison officer; Recurring-C (Recurring-A if you count archive footage); HM Treasury, Quantum, SPECTRE (latter indirectly)
193. TV Movie; 80s; British?; unable to determine; unable to determine
194. Movie; 80s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency
195. Movie; 90s; German; enforcer, torturer, head of security; Carver Media Group Network
196. Movie; 80s; Soviet; assassin, circus performer; various characters
197. Movie; 60s; French; assassin, secret society member; SPECTRE
198. Movie; 60s; French; intelligence operative; Smersh
199. Movie; 80s; British; spy ship crew member; Secret Intelligence Service
200. Movie; 90s; British; navy lieutenant commander; Royal Navy
201. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Central Intelligence Agency
202. Movie; 60s; French; police inspector; French Special Police
203. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; criminal operative; SPECTRE
204. Movie; 70s; Thai; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
205. Movie; 90s; British; media mogul; Carver Media Group Network
206. Movie; 80s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed
207. Movie; 60s; British/Dutch/Indonesian; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
208. Movie; 80s; unable to determine; nuclear physicist, henchman; SPECTRE
209. Movie; 70s; Thai; unrevealed; other character
210. Movie; 00s; British (England); intelligence operative, publicist; Secret Intelligence Service, Graves Corporation
211. Movie; 90s; Russian/Bosnian; anarchist terrorist; KGB turned independemt
212. Movie; 10s-20s; Mexican; field operative; Mexican Secret Service
213. Movie; 70s; Swedish; unrevealed; main villain
214. Movie; 60s; Cayman Islander; fisherman; various characters
215. Movie; 80s; American; Director of Oil and Mines; San Francisco City Hall
216. Movie; 80s; British; assistant secretary; Secret Intelligence Service
217. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; unrevealed; unrevealed
218. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army
219. Movie; 80s; Cuban; freelance hitman; main villain
220. TV Episode; 80s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-C; SPECTRE?
221. TV Miniseries; 10s-20s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division
222. Movie; 60s; Jamaican?; army general; Jamaican government
223. Movie; 80s; Isthmian; national president; Isthmus, Sanchez Cartel
224. Movie; 90s; Swiss; banker; La Banque Suisse de L'Industrie
225. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent
226. Movie; 10s-20s; British; scientist; Secret Intelligence Service
227. Movie; 60s; British; quartermaster, branch head; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service
228. Movie; 90s; Canadian; navy admiral, representative; Canadian Armed Forces, Royal Canadian Navy
229. Movie; 70s; British (England)?; former intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?
230. Movie; 60s; Scandinavian; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly)
231. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence agency Head; American Secret Service, Central Intelligence Agency, FBI, possibly others
232. Movie; 80s; Japanese; narcotics agent posing as drug lord; Hong Kong Narcotics Agency
233. Movie; 80s; Indian; station head; Secret Intelligence Service
234. Movie; 60s; British (England) but posing as Austrian; henchwoman posing as countess; other character
235. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchwoman; main villain
236. TV Episode; 80s; British; agency head; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service
238. TV Episode; 90s; British; agency head; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service
239. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
240. Movie; 80s; Chinese; drug dealer; own cartel?
241. Movie; 70s; American; professional gambler?; independent?
242. Movie; 70s; Thai; businessman, industrialist; independent
243. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency
244. Movie; 80s; French; personal pilot; Drax Industries, Drax Airlines
245. Movie; 70s; British; diamond syndicate chairman; British Government
246. Movie; 80s; American; stockbroker turned accountant; Sanchez Cartel
247. Movie; 60s; British; taxi driver, intelligence operative; Foreign Office, Security Service
248. Movie; 70s; San Monique; reptile handler, tribal chief; Voodoo Cult
249. Movie; 90s; British; navy chief petty officer; Royal Navy
250. Movie; 70s; American; diamond smuggler; SPECTRE
251. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); socialite; none?
252. Movie; 60s; French; bodyguard, assassin, secret society member; SPECTRE
253. Movie; 60s; British; air force group captain; Royal Air Force
254. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; stand-up comic?; unrevealed
255. Movie; 70s; British; ballistics expert; Secret Intelligence Service
256. Movie; 60s; German; personal assistant, criminal operative; SPECTRE
258. Movie; 00s; Canadian; intelligence operative; Canadian Security Intelligence Service
259. Movie; 00s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed
260. Movie; 80s; Soviet; assassin, circus knife-thrower; various characters
261. Movie; 80s; Greek; henchman, smuggler; other character
262. TV Episode; 50s-60s; French; intelligence operative; Soviet Union
263. Movie; 60s; Turkish; station head; Secret Intelligence Service
264. Movie; 80s; Greek; guerilla soldier turned smuggler; Greek Resistance turned independent
265. Movie; 00s; Greek; government contractor; Quantum
266. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchman; SPECTRE
267. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; cultist, bodyguard; Octopus Cult
268. Movie; 80s; Greek; henchman, driver, assassin; main villain
269. Movie; 80s; American; drug enforcement operative; Drug Enforcement Administration
270. Movie; 70s; American;  would-be assistant to wealthy men; independent?
271. Movie; 60s; German; criminal, enforcer; Recurring-C; Red Lightning Tong turned SPECTRE
272. Movie; 70s; British; nuclear submarine staff officer/captain; Royal Navy
273. Movie; 70s; Thai; ninja; Martial Arts School
274. Movie; 60s; East German; spy trainer, assistant; Smersh
276. Movie; 70s; British; solar energy scientist; Secret Intelligence Service
277. Movie; 00s; Cuban; gene therapist, clinic director; La Clinica Alvarez
278. Movie; 10s-20s; French; criminal board member; SPECTRE
279. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; equestrian, enforcer; main villain
280. Movie; 60s; American; gangster; American Mafia
281. Movie; 60s; French; liaison; Secret Intelligence Service
282. Movie; 60s; American; actor, dancer; independent?
283. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency
285. Movie; 60s; Chinese–Jamaican; freelance photographer, spy; Daily Gleaner
286. Movie; 80s; Soviet; intelligence operative; KGB
287. Movie; 00s; British; section chief/double agent; Secret Intelligence Service
288. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; bodyguard, enforcer; main villain
289. Movie; 80s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed
290. Movie; 60s; American?; masseuse; Fontainebleau Miami Beach Hotel
291. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; bodyguard, enforcer; Quantum
292. Movie; 00s; Swiss; banker; James Bond Wiki suggests a casino he does business with but more likely his bank.
293. Movie; 80s; American; fisherman; own charter business
294. Movie; 80s; British; secret society member; Recurring-C; SPECTRE
295. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
296. Movie; 00s; French; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
297. Movie; 60s; Swiss; solicitor; main villain
298. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; hotel manager; unnamed hotel
299. Movie; 70s; American; ranger; Ranger Station 1
300. Movie; 70s; American; mortician, diamond smuggler; own company
301. Movie; 10s-20s; American; secret society member; SPECTRE
302. Movie; 60s; Japanese; sumo wrestler; presumed Dewanoumi
303. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army
304. Movie; 10s-20s; unrevealed; secret society member; SPECTRE
305. Movie; 90s; Japanese;  terrorist, chemical weapons expert; ADFL (Congolese Rebels in Zaire)  
306. Movie; 80s; Korean?; bodyguard, enforcer?; Recurring-C; unable to determine
307. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; security agent; SPECTRE
308. Movie; 10s-20s; British-French; none; none
309. Movie; 60s;American; entrepreneur; independent/own company
310. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchman; other character
311. TV Movie; 80s; German?; military general; National Socialist German Workers’ Party
312. Movie; 80s; French; enforcer, head of security, pilot; Zorin Industries
313. TV Movie; 80s; unable to determine; unable to determine; unable to determine
314. Movie; 80s; French; intelligence agent; French Secret Service
315. Movie; 60s; no citizenship; place of birth unrevealed; pet; Recurring-A or B (hard to tell because the movies tend to use multiple cats); main villain
316. Movie; 80s; Soviet; unrevealed; KGB
317. Movie; 90s; British; lab assistant turned quartermaster; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service
318. Movie; 10s-20s; Russian; terrorist leader, scientist, anarchist; independent
319. Movie; 60s; British; poultry farmer, sleeper agent (unknowingly); main villain (unknowingly)
320. Movie; 60s; British?; retired intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Smersh, Secret Intelligence Service
321. Movie; 90s; Russian; computer technician, cyber-terrorist; Janus Syndicate
322. Movie; 60s; American; scientist; W.W. Tectronics, G Section
323. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent
324. Movie; 60s; Chinese; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
325. Movie; 90s; Russian; lounge singer; unidentified St. Petersburg nightclub
326. Movie; 00s; Swiss; enforcer, criminal operative; Quantum, Greene Planet
327. Movie; 80s; American; diver, killer; Wavekrest Marine Research, Sanchez Cartel
328. Movie; 90s; unrevealed; television news presenter; Carver Media Group Network
329. Movie; 80s; British; quartermaster; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service
330. Movie; 70s; Italian; secretary; other character(s)
331. Movie; 00s; British; agency head; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service
332. Movie; 00s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
333. Movie; 00s; French; environmentalist, criminal, company founder/head; Quantum, Greene Planet, SPECTRE (indirectly)
334. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; driver; Secret Intelligence Service
335. Movie; 80s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency
336. Movie; 00s; Algerian (but born in Egypt); intelligence operative, terrorist, honeytrap; Quantum, SPECTRE (indirectly)
337. Movie; 10s-20s; British; assistant; Secret Intelligence Service
338. Movie; 80s; American; drug enforcement agent; Drug Enforcement Administration
339. Movie; 10s-20s; Austrian; terrorist mastermind; Recurring-A; SPECTRE, Independent
340. Movie; 10s-20s; British; scientist; Secret Intelligence Service
341. Commercial; 90s; Polish?; unrevealed; Recurring-C; unrevealed if any
342. Movie; 00s; Italian; card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent
343. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)?; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?
344. Movie; 60s; East German; spy trainer; Smersh, International Mothers' Help
345. Movie; 90s; Russian; army major general; Armed Forces of the Russian Federation
346. Movie; 70s; American; unrevealed; unrevealed
347. Movie; 10s-20s; British; intelligence operative turned secretary; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service
348. Movie; 80s; Soviet; military lieutenant-general; USSR
349. Movie; 70s; French; henchwoman; main villain
350. Movie; 00s; Ugandan; resistance army commander; Lord's Resistance Army, Quantum
351. Movie; 10s-20s; Cuban; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency
352. Movie; 60s; Turkish; station agent; Secret Intelligence Service
353. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; scientist; Stromberg Shipping
354. Movie; 60s; Mexican; assassin, enforcer; other character
355. TV Episode; 00s; British?; unwilling criminal agent; Recurring-C; other character (unwillingly)
357. Movie; 80s; Greek; guerilla soldier turned heroin smuggler, intelligence operative; USSR, Great Britain, Greek Resistance (formerly), KGB
358. Movie; 60s; Soviet; cipher clerk, army corporal; Soviet Armed Forces, SPECTRE (Unknowingly)
359. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency
360. Movie; 60s; Soviet; embassy Chief of Security; Soviet Embassy of Istanbul
361. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative, laboratory assistant; Secret Intelligence Service
362. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; possible professional gambler; independent?
363. TV Movie; 10s-20s; British (England); model; likely modeling agency
364. Movie; 70s; Soviet; intelligence operative; KGB
365. Movie; 00s; American; military general; American army
366. Movie; 60s; British; navy chief petty officer; Royal Navy
367. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; criminal associate; Quantum
368. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; criminal operative, professional assassin;  SPECTRE
369. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; criminal operative?; unrevealed
370. Movie; 00s; British; field agent; Secret Intelligence Service
371. Movie; 00s; American; section chief; Central Intelligence Agency
372. Movie; 00s; Bolivian; army general; Bolivia

 


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Re: Gotta Catch 'em All Challenge 62 Collage 50 James Bond Live 1 of 2

Adding character specific clues to 65

See first post for explamation of Recurring categories.

1. Movie; 00s; Russian; politician, secret society member; Quantum, Russian Government; one of several peoples attending a meeting during an opera performance
2. Movie; 80s; Afghan; Deputy Commander of the Eastern District; Mujaheddin, Snow Leopard Brotherhood; freed by Bond from a prison during Bond's own escape attempt
3. Movie; 70s; British (England); diamond smuggler, transport consultant; major villain (unknowingly); impersonated by Bond
4. Movie; 70s; American; astronaut; W Technologies; astronaut testing or training on Whyte-manufactured moon landing equipment
5. Movie; 70s; San Monique; crime kingpin, politician; Voodoo Cult; using poppies, hoped to flood the U.S. market with two tonnes of heroin distributed through his legitimate restaurants free of charge, thus forcing other drug dealers out of business.
6. Movie; 80s; Soviet; KGB General; KGB; Bond was set to kill him but was distristful about the reasons
8. Movie; 70s; American; flying school student; Bleeker Flying School; was in a plane that was targeted by henchmen
9. TV Episode; 50s-60s; British; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; British Intelligence; gave someone 32 million francs to allow him to keep playing in a casino
10. Movie; 90s; Russian; atomic scientist; Russian Atomic Energy Department; gave someone  a plane necessary to steal a nuclear weapon set to be dismantled in Kazakhstan
12. Movie; 80s; British; butler, security operative; Secret Intelligence Service; discovered assassins dumping a cook's body into a chest freezer
13. Movie; 80s; East German; intelligence operative, biathlete; KGB; young woman was interested in him but he only scowled at her
14. Movie; 90s; French; helicopter pilot; Eurocopter Tiger; captain of new helicopter prototype
15. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; had blood thrown at him
16. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; professional assassin, criminal operative; Recurring-C; SPECTRE; deployed in order to protect the secrecy of SPECTRE's plot
17. Movie; 00s; Japanese; chemical engineer; other character; seen only in a photo, along with 160 and someone in part 2
18. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; diamond trader; other character; contracted to supply rogue colonel with African conflict diamonds in exchange for weaponry.
19. Movie; 90s; Russian; programmer;  none; unknowingly friends with a villain, whom she saw as an annoying little brother
20. Movie; 60s; Chinese; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland.
21. Movie; 60s; British?; adjutant; other character; newspaper hints that this character was intended to have a larger role in the film; instead was just present in a meeting between Bond and another character
22. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; tasked with arresting rogue agent dead or alive
23. Movie; 60s; Japanese; intelligence operative; Japanese Secret Service; helped someone with ninja training and pretending to be Japanese
24. Movie; 80s; British (England); high ranking politician; Recurring-D; British Government, Conservative Party; based on real person
25. Movie; 70s; American; technology firm administrator; W.W. Tectronics; under his watch his company constructed an orbital laser weapon
26. Movie; 80s; Italian; intelligence operative; British Secret Service; informed Bond about activities of a killer Bond was chasing.
27. Movie; 60s; Irish; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland.
28. Movie; 70s; South African; houseboy; missionary school; read to school children
29. Movie; 70s; Soviet; KGB General; KGB, Ministry of Foreign Affairs; recurring ally of MI6 despite being on opposite sides during the Cold war
30. Movie; 80s; Russian; curator; USSR; realized a piece of jewelry was a fake
31. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; businessman in novelization; other character; was involved with main villain's mistress
32. Movie; 10s-20s; British; criminal operative; SPECTRE; attended a "birthday" festivity in Cuba
34. Movie; 60s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-A if you count repeating footage, otherwise Recurring-B; Royal Navy, Secret Intelligence Service; targeted by unseen assailant whom he shot
35. Movie; 90s; British; navy captain; Royal Navy; his ship was remotely meaconed off-course into Chinese-held waters by techno-terrorist
36. Movie; 80s; American; state geologist; State of California; her father passed before he could train her how to effectively maintiain control over the family oil company
37. Movie; 60s; Russian; cipher clerk; Soviet Armed Forces; with 105, colleage of major supporting character (in the movie, not series as a whole)
38. Movie; 70s; American; enforcer, acrobat; major villain; with 142, tasked with imprisoning reclusive billionaire
40. Movie; 70s; American; state trooper; Louisiana State Police; helped sheriff try to to catch people on the river
41. Movie; 90s; Russian; escort girl; other character; one of two such characters who entertained someone
42. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)?; intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; unlike other versions of this character, could not hold his liquor
43. Movie; 90s; American; media executive; Carver Media Group Network; tasked to arrange and report any news of havoc that would earn lots of ratings
44. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; honeytrap, intelligence operative; Smersh; masqueraded as a daughter of a late "MI5" head and is only identifiable by pseudonym
45. Movie; 80s; American; Air Force commanding officer; U.S. Air Force; enjoyed a circus performance
47. Movie; 00s; British; intelligence contact; other character; spotted someone shadowing him as he watched a cricket match
48. Movie; 80s; no citizenship; place of birth unrevealed; pet; Recurring-B; major villain; abandoned his human after the latter's plot went awry
49. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); intelligence operative; British Security Coordination; took someone to a bar that was considered a bit of a dive
50. Movie; 70s; British; navy captain; Royal Navy; with his nuclear submarine crew, taken captive by main villain
51. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; terrorist, bomb maker; major villain; attended a mongoose/snake fight in Madagascar
52. Movie; 70s; American; sheriff; Recurring-A; Louisiana State Police; after previously pursuiing someone, encountered them again while on vacation in Thailand
54. Movie; 80s; Soviet; bomb expert; USSR; delivered a nuclear bomb to villains
55. Movie; 70s; Cuban; detective, sleeper agent/intelligence operative; independent;  loaned someone a 1957 Ford Fairlane to travel to Los Organos
56. Movie; 70s; Chinese; student?; karate school?; with sister, helped defeat martial arts students
57. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; terrorist, weapons manufacturer; Quantum; used a Ugandan warlord's money to short-sell stock in a promising aerospace company, thus betting the money on the company's failure; character only known by alias
58. Movie; 90s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; was scolded for calling someone the Evil Queen of Numbers
59. Movie; 90s; Chinese; Military General; People's Liberation Army; intended to wipe out the Chinese top politicians and military officers with nuclear rocket and, afterwards, take over the government in China
60. Movie; 60s; British; Air Force group captain; Royal Air Force; one of the men responsible for overseeing the recovery of atomic weapons hijacked by SPECTRE
61. Movie; 10s-20s; British; psychologist; Secret Intelligence Service; examined someone's mental health after he came back to MI6.
62. Movie; 10s-20s; French; mercenary, assassin; Recurring-A only if you count picture; SPECTRE; upon discovering that he was being tailed, initiated a high speed car chase that attracted the attention of several local police officers
63. Movie; 70s; British; helicopter pilot, personal assistant; major villain; flirted with someone she tried to kill
64. Movie; 90s; British; Deputy Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; helped bring Bond up to speed on the latest events and the parameters of his mission
65. Movie; 80s; German; geneticist turned horse breeder, head scientist; Nazi Germany, Soviet Union, Zorin Industries; experiments led to babieswho  were often psychotic in nature, but grew into children with gifted intelligence.  
66. Movie; 00s; British; Special Advisor to the Prime Minister, criminal operative; Quantum, British Government
67. Movie; 60s; Italian; infiltrator; SPECTRE
68. Movie; 80s; British/Greek; unrevealed; Independent
69. Movie; 00s; British; personal security detail, sleeper agent; Secret Intelligence Service, Quantum
70. Movie; 80s; Isthmian; secretary; Banco de Isthmus
71. Movie; 00; North Korean; Military General; Korean People's Army
73. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division
74. Movie; 70s; Soviet; KGB agent; KGB
75. Movie; 80s; Ukrainian SSR; General Secretary; Communist Party of the Soviet Union
76. TV Episode; 00s; American; professional gambler?; none?
77. Movie; 00s; Italian; unrevealed; other character
78. Movie; 60s; American; professional gambler?; unrevealed
79. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; unrevealed; unrevealed
80. Movie; 60s; Bahamian; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
81. Movie; 80s; British; secretary; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service
82. Movie; 60s; French; intelligence agency head; Deuxième Bureau
83. TV Episode; 50-60s; French?; intelligence operative; Soviet Union
84. Movie; 70s; British?; diamond smuggler, missionary teacher; SPECTRE (unknowingly)
85. TV Episode (later expanded on DVD); 00s; British (England)?; intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?
87. Movie; 60s; Japanese; Head of Secret Service; Japanese Secret Service
88. Movie; 80s; Isthmian;  enforcer, henchman, advisor; Sanchez Cartel
89. Movie; 80s; American; police detective; Key West Police Department
90. Movie; 80s; Greek/British (born in Greece); unrevealed; unrevealed
91. Movie; 10s-20s; French; consultant psychiatrist; Recurring-A; Hoffler Klinik, SPECTRE, Quantum (latter two via familial association)
92. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; maintenance and security officer/mechanic; major villain
93. Movie; 00s; German; criminal operative; Quantum
94. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative, astronaut; Central Intelligence Agency
95. Movie; 60s; Italian; criminal operative; Recurring-C; SPECTRE
98. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-A; SPECTRE
99. TV Episode; 80s; British (England)?; businessman, criminal; independent?
100. Movie; 60s; Chinese; technical liaison/nuclear fission specialist, intelligence operative; China
101. Movie; 80s; British; representative; Foreign and Commonwealth Office
102. Movie; 80s; Belgian; henchman, professional assassin; Marseilles and Hong Kong drug syndicates
103. Movie; 00s; British; personal assistant; Secret Intelligence Service
104. Movie; 90s; Ukrainian SSR; head of security, terrorist; King Industries
105. Movie; 60s; Russian; cipher clerk; Soviet Armed Forces
106. Movie; 70s; American; CIA agent; Central Intelligence Agency
107. Movie; 70s; American; flying school owner?; own flying school
108. Movie; 00s; Bolivian; military lieutenant; other character
109. Movie; 90s; British; construction magnate, oil magnate; King Industries
111. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent
112. Movie; 90s; British; navy Fleet Commander; Royal Navy
113. Movie; 60s; British; secretary; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service
114. Movie; 90s; American; Head of Special Projects, vice-president of media company; Carver Media Group Network
115. Movie; 90s; Azerbaijani/British (England); oil tycoon, socialite, CEO; King Industries
116. Movie; 60s; Jamaican; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly)
118. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; assassin, enforcer; major villains
119. Movie; 60s; Jamaican; shell diver; Independent
120. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; guard; Zorin Industries
121. TV Movie; 00s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division
122. Movie; 80s; American; international arms dealer, mercenary, drug dealer; West Point,
Belgian Congo
123. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player?; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent
124. TV Movie; 80s; unable to determine; unable to determine; unable to determine
126. Movie; 70s; Portuguese; gunsmith; independent
127. Movie; 60s; likely none; likely none; Recurring-D; independent?
128. TV Movie; 00s; British (England); socialite; Recurring-C; none?
129. Movie; 60s; Romani; tribal leader; Romani camp
130. Movie; 60s; American?; copilot; Flying Circus
131. Movie; 90s; Russian; Military Colonel, commanding officer of a Soviet nuclear testing facility; CIS (СНГ) Military
132. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Smersh
133. Movie; 70s; Egyptian; intelligence informant; Secret Intelligence Service
134. Movie; 10s-20s; Portuguese or British?; intelligence operative turned cyber-terrorist; Secret Intelligence Service, SPECTRE
135. Movie; 60s; British (England); navy commander, intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service
136. TV Seres (pre-Bond), TV Special (Bond); 00s (pre-Bond), 10s-20s (Bond); British; housewife turned apparent office cleaner; Recurring-D; apparently Secret Intelligence Service in this instance
137. Movie; 90s; Russian; escort girl; other character
138. Movie; 70s; Chinese; henchwoman; main villain
139. Movie; 60s; British; secret service employee; Secret Intelligence Service
140. Movie; 60s; German; bodyguard, criminal operative; SPECTRE
141. Movie; 90s; unrevealed; stealth ship captain, security agent; Carver Media Group Network, Stealth Ship
142. Movie; 70s; American; enforcer, acrobat; main villain
143. Movie; 80s; Nicaraguan; henchman, enforcer; Sanchez Cartel, Contras
145. Movie; 60s; American; enforcer; main villain
146. Movie; 90s; American; media executive; Carver Media Group Network
147. Movie; 70s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service
148. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency
149. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; terrorist; SPECTRE
150. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army
151. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service
152. Movie; 80s; Soviet; military general, intelligence operative; Soviet Union
153. Movie; 60s; Mexican; intelligence operative; Mexican Government?
154. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Central Intelligence Agency
155. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; circus leader, smuggler, henchwoman; Octopus Cult
156. Movie; 70s; American; navy captain; US Navy
157. Movie; 80s; American; geologist; Zorin Industries
158. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-B; SPECTRE (unclear if still active at this point)
159. Movie; 70s; American; customs officer; US Government
160. Movie; 00s; Russian; arms dealer; other character
161. Movie; 00s; Albanian; financier, criminal operative; Recurring-C (Recurring-A if you count a later image in cardboard cut-out); Quantum, SPECTRE (latter indirectly)
163. Movie; 00s; Austrian?; criminal operative, assassin; Recurring-A; Quantum, SPECTRE
164. Movie; 80s; German; mercenary, assassin; main villain
166. TV Special; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service
167. Movie; 00s; Italian; opera singer/actress or singer, depending on how you look at it; Recurring-D; none?
168. Movie; 10s-20s; British; Member of Parliament, Home Secretary, minister of the court, president of the court; British Government
169. Movie; 10s-20s; British; undercover agent; Secret Intelligence Service
170. Movie (deleted scene); 70s; unrevealed; harpist; The Whyte House
171. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service
172. Movie; 00s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service
173. Movie; 90s; Russian; KGB officer turned mafia boss, businessman; KGB turned independent
174. Movie; 60s; Soviet; Director of Military Intelligence; Soviet Embassy of Istanbul
175. Movie; 10s-20s; British; assistant; Secret Intelligence Service
176. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; mercenary, professional assassin, enforcer; KGB
177. Movie; 80s; American; entrepreneur, marine researcher, narcotics smuggler; Sanchez Cartel, Ocean Exotica, Wavekrest Marine Research
178. Movie; 00s; Bolivian/Russian; intelligence operative; Bolivian Secret Service, independent
179. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; scientist; Stromberg Shipping (contracted)
180. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); socialite; Recurring-C; none?
182. Movie; 60s; Australian; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly)
183. Movie; 10s-20s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
184. Movie; 80s; Indian; bodyguard, enforcer; main villain
185. Movie; 60s; American; gangster; American Mafia
186. TV Episode; 50s-60s; Soviet; intelligence operative; SMERSH?
187. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
188. Movie; 90s; French; helicopter pilot; Eurocopter Tiger
189. Movie; 70s; American; stand-up comic; main villain
190. TV Episode; 50s-60s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service
191. Movie; 60s; British; quartermaster; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service
192. Movie; 00s; British; international liaison officer; Recurring-C (Recurring-A if you count archive footage); HM Treasury, Quantum, SPECTRE (latter indirectly)
193. TV Movie; 80s; British?; unable to determine; unable to determine
194. Movie; 80s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency
195. Movie; 90s; German; enforcer, torturer, head of security; Carver Media Group Network
196. Movie; 80s; Soviet; assassin, circus performer; various characters
197. Movie; 60s; French; assassin, secret society member; SPECTRE
198. Movie; 60s; French; intelligence operative; Smersh
199. Movie; 80s; British; spy ship crew member; Secret Intelligence Service
200. Movie; 90s; British; navy lieutenant commander; Royal Navy
201. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Central Intelligence Agency
202. Movie; 60s; French; police inspector; French Special Police
203. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; criminal operative; SPECTRE
204. Movie; 70s; Thai; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
205. Movie; 90s; British; media mogul; Carver Media Group Network
206. Movie; 80s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed
207. Movie; 60s; British/Dutch/Indonesian; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
208. Movie; 80s; unable to determine; nuclear physicist, henchman; SPECTRE
209. Movie; 70s; Thai; unrevealed; other character
210. Movie; 00s; British (England); intelligence operative, publicist; Secret Intelligence Service, Graves Corporation
211. Movie; 90s; Russian/Bosnian; anarchist terrorist; KGB turned independemt
212. Movie; 10s-20s; Mexican; field operative; Mexican Secret Service
213. Movie; 70s; Swedish; unrevealed; main villain
214. Movie; 60s; Cayman Islander; fisherman; various characters
215. Movie; 80s; American; Director of Oil and Mines; San Francisco City Hall
216. Movie; 80s; British; assistant secretary; Secret Intelligence Service
217. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; unrevealed; unrevealed
218. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army
219. Movie; 80s; Cuban; freelance hitman; main villain
220. TV Episode; 80s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-C; SPECTRE?
221. TV Miniseries; 10s-20s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division
222. Movie; 60s; Jamaican?; army general; Jamaican government
223. Movie; 80s; Isthmian; national president; Isthmus, Sanchez Cartel
224. Movie; 90s; Swiss; banker; La Banque Suisse de L'Industrie
225. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent
226. Movie; 10s-20s; British; scientist; Secret Intelligence Service
227. Movie; 60s; British; quartermaster, branch head; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service
228. Movie; 90s; Canadian; navy admiral, representative; Canadian Armed Forces, Royal Canadian Navy
229. Movie; 70s; British (England)?; former intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?
230. Movie; 60s; Scandinavian; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly)
231. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence agency Head; American Secret Service, Central Intelligence Agency, FBI, possibly others
232. Movie; 80s; Japanese; narcotics agent posing as drug lord; Hong Kong Narcotics Agency
233. Movie; 80s; Indian; station head; Secret Intelligence Service
234. Movie; 60s; British (England) but posing as Austrian; henchwoman posing as countess; other character
235. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchwoman; main villain
236. TV Episode; 80s; British; agency head; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service
238. TV Episode; 90s; British; agency head; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service
239. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
240. Movie; 80s; Chinese; drug dealer; own cartel?
241. Movie; 70s; American; professional gambler?; independent?
242. Movie; 70s; Thai; businessman, industrialist; independent
243. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency
244. Movie; 80s; French; personal pilot; Drax Industries, Drax Airlines
245. Movie; 70s; British; diamond syndicate chairman; British Government
246. Movie; 80s; American; stockbroker turned accountant; Sanchez Cartel
247. Movie; 60s; British; taxi driver, intelligence operative; Foreign Office, Security Service
248. Movie; 70s; San Monique; reptile handler, tribal chief; Voodoo Cult
249. Movie; 90s; British; navy chief petty officer; Royal Navy
250. Movie; 70s; American; diamond smuggler; SPECTRE
251. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); socialite; none?
252. Movie; 60s; French; bodyguard, assassin, secret society member; SPECTRE
253. Movie; 60s; British; air force group captain; Royal Air Force
254. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; stand-up comic?; unrevealed
255. Movie; 70s; British; ballistics expert; Secret Intelligence Service
256. Movie; 60s; German; personal assistant, criminal operative; SPECTRE
258. Movie; 00s; Canadian; intelligence operative; Canadian Security Intelligence Service
259. Movie; 00s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed
260. Movie; 80s; Soviet; assassin, circus knife-thrower; various characters
261. Movie; 80s; Greek; henchman, smuggler; other character
262. TV Episode; 50s-60s; French; intelligence operative; Soviet Union
263. Movie; 60s; Turkish; station head; Secret Intelligence Service
264. Movie; 80s; Greek; guerilla soldier turned smuggler; Greek Resistance turned independent
265. Movie; 00s; Greek; government contractor; Quantum
266. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchman; SPECTRE
267. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; cultist, bodyguard; Octopus Cult
268. Movie; 80s; Greek; henchman, driver, assassin; main villain
269. Movie; 80s; American; drug enforcement operative; Drug Enforcement Administration
270. Movie; 70s; American;  would-be assistant to wealthy men; independent?
271. Movie; 60s; German; criminal, enforcer; Recurring-C; Red Lightning Tong turned SPECTRE
272. Movie; 70s; British; nuclear submarine staff officer/captain; Royal Navy
273. Movie; 70s; Thai; ninja; Martial Arts School
274. Movie; 60s; East German; spy trainer, assistant; Smersh
276. Movie; 70s; British; solar energy scientist; Secret Intelligence Service
277. Movie; 00s; Cuban; gene therapist, clinic director; La Clinica Alvarez
278. Movie; 10s-20s; French; criminal board member; SPECTRE
279. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; equestrian, enforcer; main villain
280. Movie; 60s; American; gangster; American Mafia
281. Movie; 60s; French; liaison; Secret Intelligence Service
282. Movie; 60s; American; actor, dancer; independent?
283. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency
285. Movie; 60s; Chinese–Jamaican; freelance photographer, spy; Daily Gleaner
286. Movie; 80s; Soviet; intelligence operative; KGB
287. Movie; 00s; British; section chief/double agent; Secret Intelligence Service
288. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; bodyguard, enforcer; main villain
289. Movie; 80s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed
290. Movie; 60s; American?; masseuse; Fontainebleau Miami Beach Hotel
291. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; bodyguard, enforcer; Quantum
292. Movie; 00s; Swiss; banker; James Bond Wiki suggests a casino he does business with but more likely his bank.
293. Movie; 80s; American; fisherman; own charter business
294. Movie; 80s; British; secret society member; Recurring-C; SPECTRE
295. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
296. Movie; 00s; French; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
297. Movie; 60s; Swiss; solicitor; main villain
298. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; hotel manager; unnamed hotel
299. Movie; 70s; American; ranger; Ranger Station 1
300. Movie; 70s; American; mortician, diamond smuggler; own company
301. Movie; 10s-20s; American; secret society member; SPECTRE
302. Movie; 60s; Japanese; sumo wrestler; presumed Dewanoumi
303. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army
304. Movie; 10s-20s; unrevealed; secret society member; SPECTRE
305. Movie; 90s; Japanese;  terrorist, chemical weapons expert; ADFL (Congolese Rebels in Zaire)  
306. Movie; 80s; Korean?; bodyguard, enforcer?; Recurring-C; unable to determine
307. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; security agent; SPECTRE
308. Movie; 10s-20s; British-French; none; none
309. Movie; 60s;American; entrepreneur; independent/own company
310. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchman; other character
311. TV Movie; 80s; German?; military general; National Socialist German Workers’ Party
312. Movie; 80s; French; enforcer, head of security, pilot; Zorin Industries
313. TV Movie; 80s; unable to determine; unable to determine; unable to determine
314. Movie; 80s; French; intelligence agent; French Secret Service
315. Movie; 60s; no citizenship; place of birth unrevealed; pet; Recurring-A or B (hard to tell because the movies tend to use multiple cats); main villain
316. Movie; 80s; Soviet; unrevealed; KGB
317. Movie; 90s; British; lab assistant turned quartermaster; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service
318. Movie; 10s-20s; Russian; terrorist leader, scientist, anarchist; independent
319. Movie; 60s; British; poultry farmer, sleeper agent (unknowingly); main villain (unknowingly)
320. Movie; 60s; British?; retired intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Smersh, Secret Intelligence Service
321. Movie; 90s; Russian; computer technician, cyber-terrorist; Janus Syndicate
322. Movie; 60s; American; scientist; W.W. Tectronics, G Section
323. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent
324. Movie; 60s; Chinese; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
325. Movie; 90s; Russian; lounge singer; unidentified St. Petersburg nightclub
326. Movie; 00s; Swiss; enforcer, criminal operative; Quantum, Greene Planet
327. Movie; 80s; American; diver, killer; Wavekrest Marine Research, Sanchez Cartel
328. Movie; 90s; unrevealed; television news presenter; Carver Media Group Network
329. Movie; 80s; British; quartermaster; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service
330. Movie; 70s; Italian; secretary; other character(s)
331. Movie; 00s; British; agency head; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service
332. Movie; 00s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
333. Movie; 00s; French; environmentalist, criminal, company founder/head; Quantum, Greene Planet, SPECTRE (indirectly)
334. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; driver; Secret Intelligence Service
335. Movie; 80s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency
336. Movie; 00s; Algerian (but born in Egypt); intelligence operative, terrorist, honeytrap; Quantum, SPECTRE (indirectly)
337. Movie; 10s-20s; British; assistant; Secret Intelligence Service
338. Movie; 80s; American; drug enforcement agent; Drug Enforcement Administration
339. Movie; 10s-20s; Austrian; terrorist mastermind; Recurring-A; SPECTRE, Independent
340. Movie; 10s-20s; British; scientist; Secret Intelligence Service
341. Commercial; 90s; Polish?; unrevealed; Recurring-C; unrevealed if any
342. Movie; 00s; Italian; card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent
343. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)?; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?
344. Movie; 60s; East German; spy trainer; Smersh, International Mothers' Help
345. Movie; 90s; Russian; army major general; Armed Forces of the Russian Federation
346. Movie; 70s; American; unrevealed; unrevealed
347. Movie; 10s-20s; British; intelligence operative turned secretary; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service
348. Movie; 80s; Soviet; military lieutenant-general; USSR
349. Movie; 70s; French; henchwoman; main villain
350. Movie; 00s; Ugandan; resistance army commander; Lord's Resistance Army, Quantum
351. Movie; 10s-20s; Cuban; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency
352. Movie; 60s; Turkish; station agent; Secret Intelligence Service
353. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; scientist; Stromberg Shipping
354. Movie; 60s; Mexican; assassin, enforcer; other character
355. TV Episode; 00s; British?; unwilling criminal agent; Recurring-C; other character (unwillingly)
357. Movie; 80s; Greek; guerilla soldier turned heroin smuggler, intelligence operative; USSR, Great Britain, Greek Resistance (formerly), KGB
358. Movie; 60s; Soviet; cipher clerk, army corporal; Soviet Armed Forces, SPECTRE (Unknowingly)
359. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency
360. Movie; 60s; Soviet; embassy Chief of Security; Soviet Embassy of Istanbul
361. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative, laboratory assistant; Secret Intelligence Service
362. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; possible professional gambler; independent?
363. TV Movie; 10s-20s; British (England); model; likely modeling agency
364. Movie; 70s; Soviet; intelligence operative; KGB
365. Movie; 00s; American; military general; American army
366. Movie; 60s; British; navy chief petty officer; Royal Navy
367. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; criminal associate; Quantum
368. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; criminal operative, professional assassin;  SPECTRE
369. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; criminal operative?; unrevealed
370. Movie; 00s; British; field agent; Secret Intelligence Service
371. Movie; 00s; American; section chief; Central Intelligence Agency
372. Movie; 00s; Bolivian; army general; Bolivia

 


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Re: Gotta Catch 'em All Challenge 62 Collage 50 James Bond Live 1 of 2

Adding character specific clues to 130

See first post for explamation of Recurring categories.

1. Movie; 00s; Russian; politician, secret society member; Quantum, Russian Government; one of several peoples attending a meeting during an opera performance
2. Movie; 80s; Afghan; Deputy Commander of the Eastern District; Mujaheddin, Snow Leopard Brotherhood; freed by Bond from a prison during Bond's own escape attempt
3. Movie; 70s; British (England); diamond smuggler, transport consultant; major villain (unknowingly); impersonated by Bond
4. Movie; 70s; American; astronaut; W Technologies; astronaut testing or training on Whyte-manufactured moon landing equipment
5. Movie; 70s; San Monique; crime kingpin, politician; Voodoo Cult; using poppies, hoped to flood the U.S. market with two tonnes of heroin distributed through his legitimate restaurants free of charge, thus forcing other drug dealers out of business.
6. Movie; 80s; Soviet; KGB General; KGB; Bond was set to kill him but was distristful about the reasons
8. Movie; 70s; American; flying school student; Bleeker Flying School; was in a plane that was targeted by henchmen
9. TV Episode; 50s-60s; British; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; British Intelligence; gave someone 32 million francs to allow him to keep playing in a casino
10. Movie; 90s; Russian; atomic scientist; Russian Atomic Energy Department; gave someone  a plane necessary to steal a nuclear weapon set to be dismantled in Kazakhstan
12. Movie; 80s; British; butler, security operative; Secret Intelligence Service; discovered assassins dumping a cook's body into a chest freezer
13. Movie; 80s; East German; intelligence operative, biathlete; KGB; young woman was interested in him but he only scowled at her
14. Movie; 90s; French; helicopter pilot; Eurocopter Tiger; captain of new helicopter prototype
15. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; had blood thrown at him
16. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; professional assassin, criminal operative; Recurring-C; SPECTRE; deployed in order to protect the secrecy of SPECTRE's plot
17. Movie; 00s; Japanese; chemical engineer; other character; seen only in a photo, along with 160 and someone in part 2
18. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; diamond trader; other character; contracted to supply rogue colonel with African conflict diamonds in exchange for weaponry.
19. Movie; 90s; Russian; programmer;  none; unknowingly friends with a villain, whom she saw as an annoying little brother
20. Movie; 60s; Chinese; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland.
21. Movie; 60s; British?; adjutant; other character; newspaper hints that this character was intended to have a larger role in the film; instead was just present in a meeting between Bond and another character
22. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; tasked with arresting rogue agent dead or alive
23. Movie; 60s; Japanese; intelligence operative; Japanese Secret Service; helped someone with ninja training and pretending to be Japanese
24. Movie; 80s; British (England); high ranking politician; Recurring-D; British Government, Conservative Party; based on real person
25. Movie; 70s; American; technology firm administrator; W.W. Tectronics; under his watch his company constructed an orbital laser weapon
26. Movie; 80s; Italian; intelligence operative; British Secret Service; informed Bond about activities of a killer Bond was chasing.
27. Movie; 60s; Irish; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland.
28. Movie; 70s; South African; houseboy; missionary school; read to school children
29. Movie; 70s; Soviet; KGB General; KGB, Ministry of Foreign Affairs; recurring ally of MI6 despite being on opposite sides during the Cold war
30. Movie; 80s; Russian; curator; USSR; realized a piece of jewelry was a fake
31. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; businessman in novelization; other character; was involved with main villain's mistress
32. Movie; 10s-20s; British; criminal operative; SPECTRE; attended a "birthday" festivity in Cuba
34. Movie; 60s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-A if you count repeating footage, otherwise Recurring-B; Royal Navy, Secret Intelligence Service; targeted by unseen assailant whom he shot
35. Movie; 90s; British; navy captain; Royal Navy; his ship was remotely meaconed off-course into Chinese-held waters by techno-terrorist
36. Movie; 80s; American; state geologist; State of California; her father passed before he could train her how to effectively maintiain control over the family oil company
37. Movie; 60s; Russian; cipher clerk; Soviet Armed Forces; with 105, colleage of major supporting character (in the movie, not series as a whole)
38. Movie; 70s; American; enforcer, acrobat; major villain; with 142, tasked with imprisoning reclusive billionaire
40. Movie; 70s; American; state trooper; Louisiana State Police; helped sheriff try to to catch people on the river
41. Movie; 90s; Russian; escort girl; other character; one of two such characters who entertained someone
42. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)?; intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; unlike other versions of this character, could not hold his liquor
43. Movie; 90s; American; media executive; Carver Media Group Network; tasked to arrange and report any news of havoc that would earn lots of ratings
44. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; honeytrap, intelligence operative; Smersh; masqueraded as a daughter of a late "MI5" head and is only identifiable by pseudonym
45. Movie; 80s; American; Air Force commanding officer; U.S. Air Force; enjoyed a circus performance
47. Movie; 00s; British; intelligence contact; other character; spotted someone shadowing him as he watched a cricket match
48. Movie; 80s; no citizenship; place of birth unrevealed; pet; Recurring-B; major villain; abandoned his human after the latter's plot went awry
49. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); intelligence operative; British Security Coordination; took someone to a bar that was considered a bit of a dive
50. Movie; 70s; British; navy captain; Royal Navy; with his nuclear submarine crew, taken captive by main villain
51. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; terrorist, bomb maker; major villain; attended a mongoose/snake fight in Madagascar
52. Movie; 70s; American; sheriff; Recurring-A; Louisiana State Police; after previously pursuiing someone, encountered them again while on vacation in Thailand
54. Movie; 80s; Soviet; bomb expert; USSR; delivered a nuclear bomb to villains
55. Movie; 70s; Cuban; detective, sleeper agent/intelligence operative; independent;  loaned someone a 1957 Ford Fairlane to travel to Los Organos
56. Movie; 70s; Chinese; student?; karate school?; with sister, helped defeat martial arts students
57. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; terrorist, weapons manufacturer; Quantum; used a Ugandan warlord's money to short-sell stock in a promising aerospace company, thus betting the money on the company's failure; character only known by alias
58. Movie; 90s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; was scolded for calling someone the Evil Queen of Numbers
59. Movie; 90s; Chinese; Military General; People's Liberation Army; intended to wipe out the Chinese top politicians and military officers with nuclear rocket and, afterwards, take over the government in China
60. Movie; 60s; British; Air Force group captain; Royal Air Force; one of the men responsible for overseeing the recovery of atomic weapons hijacked by SPECTRE
61. Movie; 10s-20s; British; psychologist; Secret Intelligence Service; examined someone's mental health after he came back to MI6.
62. Movie; 10s-20s; French; mercenary, assassin; Recurring-A only if you count picture; SPECTRE; upon discovering that he was being tailed, initiated a high speed car chase that attracted the attention of several local police officers
63. Movie; 70s; British; helicopter pilot, personal assistant; major villain; flirted with someone she tried to kill
64. Movie; 90s; British; Deputy Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; helped bring Bond up to speed on the latest events and the parameters of his mission
65. Movie; 80s; German; geneticist turned horse breeder, head scientist; Nazi Germany, Soviet Union, Zorin Industries; experiments led to babieswho  were often psychotic in nature, but grew into children with gifted intelligence.  
66. Movie; 00s; British; Special Advisor to the Prime Minister, criminal operative; Quantum, British Government; one of several peoples attending a meeting during an opera performance
67. Movie; 60s; Italian; infiltrator; SPECTRE; hired to assassinate and impersonate NATO pilot
68. Movie; 80s; British/Greek; unrevealed; Independent; located assassin who killed her parents at the villa he owned near Madrid, Spain, and went there to exact her revenge
69. Movie; 00s; British; personal security detail, sleeper agent; Secret Intelligence Service, Quantum; mole who passed annual security checks and lie detector tests
70. Movie; 80s; Isthmian; bank secretary; Banco de Isthmus; when someone arrived to make a "small deposit" in the bank (in reality, almost $5 million), she helped her patron count his money.
71. Movie; 00; North Korean; Military General; Korean People's Army; wished for a peaceful reunification of Korea, whereas his son wanted war
73. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division; got himself expelled from Eton and other prestigious public schools before his mother, fed up, sent him to work for Reuters
74. Movie; 70s; Soviet; KGB agent; KGB; with another character, survived a fight with Bond in Egypt
75. Movie; 80s; Ukrainian SSR; General Secretary; Communist Party of the Soviet Union; oversaw a meeting of the Red Army military commissariat
76. TV Episode; 00s; American; professional gambler?; none?; was shocked by the name of a woman who showed up at the table he was sitting at at a casino
77. Movie; 00s; Italian; unrevealed; other character; persuaded boyfriend to assist Bond
78. Movie; 60s; American; professional gambler?; unrevealed; his secretary assisted a rival in cheating him in cards
79. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; unrevealed; unrevealed; someone was worried she'd trigger a code to a missile
80. Movie; 60s; Bahamian; intelligence operative, boating supplies shop owner; Secret Intelligence Service; operated from the basement of his boating supplies shop
81. Movie; 80s; British; secretary; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; helped investigate sniper in Bratislava
82. Movie; 60s; French; intelligence agency head; Deuxième Bureau; implored someone to come out of retirement to deal with org who has been eliminating agents
83. TV Episode; 50-60s; French?; intelligence operative; Soviet Union; threatended someone with a cane-gun
84. Movie; 70s; British?; diamond smuggler, missionary teacher; SPECTRE (unknowingly); transported diamonds off the continent in a hollowed-out Bible
85. TV Episode (later expanded on DVD); 00s; British (England)?; intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; fought three hooded opponents
87. Movie; 60s; Japanese; Head of Secret Service; Japanese Secret Service; headquarters is inside an underground train that constantly travels around the Tokyo subway for his protection
88. Movie; 80s; Isthmian;  enforcer, henchman, advisor; Sanchez Cartel; woth others, caught main villain's mistress with another man
89. Movie; 80s; American; police detective; Key West Police Department; investigated someone's maiming
90. Movie; 80s; Greek/British (born in Greece); unrevealed; unrevealed; mother of 68
91. Movie; 10s-20s; French; consultant psychiatrist; Recurring-A; Hoffler Klinik, SPECTRE, Quantum (latter two via familial association); Bond incorrectly believed she had doublecrossed him
92. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; maintenance and security officer/mechanic; major villain; unsuccessfully tried to flirt with someone
93. Movie; 00s; German; criminal operative; Quantum; met with someone in Venice to receive money
94. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative, astronaut; Central Intelligence Agency; spied on main villain
95. Movie; 60s; Italian; criminal operative; Recurring-C; SPECTRE; collected rare shark species for research and conservation purposes for marine institutes
98. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-A; SPECTRE; uncovered embezzlement and electrocuted the culprit
99. TV Episode; 80s; British (England)?; businessman, criminal; independent?; petted a rabbit stuffed animal
100. Movie; 60s; Chinese; technical liaison/nuclear fission specialist, intelligence operative; China; provided main villain with atomic bomb
101. Movie; 80s; British; representative; Foreign and Commonwealth Office; incoformed someone that another character's yacht, the Flying Saucer, was now heading for Nice, France
102. Movie; 80s; Belgian; henchman, professional assassin; Marseilles and Hong Kong drug syndicates; after being convicted of several particularly brutal murders, he was sentenced to life imprisonment in Namur Prison
103. Movie; 00s; British; personal assistant; Secret Intelligence Service; gagged upon seeing open-eyed corpse
104. Movie; 90s; Ukrainian SSR; head of security, terrorist; King Industries; bhelped Russian scientist smuggle Parahawks
105. Movie; 60s; Russian; cipher clerk; Soviet Armed Forces; with 37, colleage of major supporting character (in the movie, not series as a whole)
106. Movie; 70s; American; CIA agent; Central Intelligence Agency; posted around casino during risky diamond exchange
107. Movie; 70s; American; flying school owner?; own flying school; called someone for compensation after one of his places was destroyed
108. Movie; 00s; Bolivian; military lieutenant; other character; accompanied his commanding officer to Port-au-Prince, Haiti for his meeting with someone
109. Movie; 90s; British; construction magnate, oil magnate; King Industries; became a personal friend of major character after they read law together at Oxford
111. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; took part ina poker match
112. Movie; 90s; British; navy Fleet Commander; Royal Navy; received an urgent message from the Admiralty ordering the fleet to search for a nearby Stealth Ship
113. Movie; 60s; British; secretary; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; given the task of establishing a rigorous programme to train male agents to ignore the charms of women
114. Movie; 90s; American; Head of Special Projects, vice-president of media company; Carver Media Group Network; tasked to arrange and report any news of havoc that would earn lots of ratings
115. Movie; 90s; Azerbaijani/British (England); oil tycoon, socialite, CEO; King Industries; kidnapped in a scheme to extort a large sum from her father, who refused to pay the ransome
116. Movie; 60s; Jamaican; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland.
118. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; assassin, enforcer; major villains; knocked out gondola technician and tried to help kill two agents
119. Movie; 60s; Jamaican; shell diver; Independent; emerged from the sea collecting shells and singing "Under the Mango Tree"
120. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; guard; Zorin Industries; brought someone a helmet
121. TV Movie; 00s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division; during World War II was recruited as personal assistant to the Director of Naval Intelligence
122. Movie; 80s; American; international arms dealer, mercenary, drug dealer; West Point,
Belgian Congo; his military career was a failure, so he turned to arms dealing to organize his own personal military force
123. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player?; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; lost with a straight flush in a poker match
124. TV Movie; 80s; unable to determine; unable to determine; unable to determine; the page with with most info on her got taken down, but played by someone who played another character in a movie
126. Movie; 70s; Portuguese; gunsmith; independent; delivered golden bullets to someone at a casino
127. Movie; 60s; likely none; likely none; Recurring-D; independent?; later played by the same actor in non-Bond movies
128. TV Movie; 00s; British (England); socialite; Recurring-C; none?; wife of major character
129. Movie; 60s; Romani; tribal leader; Romani camp; spied on the Bulgars, reporting information back to his old friend
130. Movie; 60s; American?; copilot; Flying Circus; seen in flight from Switzerland to Kentucky
131. Movie; 90s; Russian; Military Colonel, commanding officer of a Soviet nuclear testing facility; CIS (СНГ) Military
132. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Smersh
133. Movie; 70s; Egyptian; intelligence informant; Secret Intelligence Service
134. Movie; 10s-20s; Portuguese or British?; intelligence operative turned cyber-terrorist; Secret Intelligence Service, SPECTRE
135. Movie; 60s; British (England); navy commander, intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service
136. TV Seres (pre-Bond), TV Special (Bond); 00s (pre-Bond), 10s-20s (Bond); British; housewife turned apparent office cleaner; Recurring-D; apparently Secret Intelligence Service in this instance
137. Movie; 90s; Russian; escort girl; other character
138. Movie; 70s; Chinese; henchwoman; main villain
139. Movie; 60s; British; secret service employee; Secret Intelligence Service
140. Movie; 60s; German; bodyguard, criminal operative; SPECTRE
141. Movie; 90s; unrevealed; stealth ship captain, security agent; Carver Media Group Network, Stealth Ship
142. Movie; 70s; American; enforcer, acrobat; main villain
143. Movie; 80s; Nicaraguan; henchman, enforcer; Sanchez Cartel, Contras
145. Movie; 60s; American; enforcer; main villain
146. Movie; 90s; American; media executive; Carver Media Group Network
147. Movie; 70s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service
148. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency
149. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; terrorist; SPECTRE
150. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army
151. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service
152. Movie; 80s; Soviet; military general, intelligence operative; Soviet Union
153. Movie; 60s; Mexican; intelligence operative; Mexican Government?
154. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Central Intelligence Agency
155. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; circus leader, smuggler, henchwoman; Octopus Cult
156. Movie; 70s; American; navy captain; US Navy
157. Movie; 80s; American; geologist; Zorin Industries
158. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-B; SPECTRE (unclear if still active at this point)
159. Movie; 70s; American; customs officer; US Government
160. Movie; 00s; Russian; arms dealer; other character
161. Movie; 00s; Albanian; financier, criminal operative; Recurring-C (Recurring-A if you count a later image in cardboard cut-out); Quantum, SPECTRE (latter indirectly)
163. Movie; 00s; Austrian?; criminal operative, assassin; Recurring-A; Quantum, SPECTRE
164. Movie; 80s; German; mercenary, assassin; main villain
166. TV Special; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service
167. Movie; 00s; Italian; opera singer/actress or singer, depending on how you look at it; Recurring-D; none?
168. Movie; 10s-20s; British; Member of Parliament, Home Secretary, minister of the court, president of the court; British Government
169. Movie; 10s-20s; British; undercover agent; Secret Intelligence Service
170. Movie (deleted scene); 70s; unrevealed; harpist; The Whyte House
171. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service
172. Movie; 00s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service
173. Movie; 90s; Russian; KGB officer turned mafia boss, businessman; KGB turned independent
174. Movie; 60s; Soviet; Director of Military Intelligence; Soviet Embassy of Istanbul
175. Movie; 10s-20s; British; assistant; Secret Intelligence Service
176. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; mercenary, professional assassin, enforcer; KGB
177. Movie; 80s; American; entrepreneur, marine researcher, narcotics smuggler; Sanchez Cartel, Ocean Exotica, Wavekrest Marine Research
178. Movie; 00s; Bolivian/Russian; intelligence operative; Bolivian Secret Service, independent
179. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; scientist; Stromberg Shipping (contracted)
180. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); socialite; Recurring-C; none?
182. Movie; 60s; Australian; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly)
183. Movie; 10s-20s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
184. Movie; 80s; Indian; bodyguard, enforcer; main villain
185. Movie; 60s; American; gangster; American Mafia
186. TV Episode; 50s-60s; Soviet; intelligence operative; SMERSH?
187. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
188. Movie; 90s; French; helicopter pilot; Eurocopter Tiger
189. Movie; 70s; American; stand-up comic; main villain
190. TV Episode; 50s-60s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service
191. Movie; 60s; British; quartermaster; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service
192. Movie; 00s; British; international liaison officer; Recurring-C (Recurring-A if you count archive footage); HM Treasury, Quantum, SPECTRE (latter indirectly)
193. TV Movie; 80s; British?; unable to determine; unable to determine
194. Movie; 80s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency
195. Movie; 90s; German; enforcer, torturer, head of security; Carver Media Group Network
196. Movie; 80s; Soviet; assassin, circus performer; various characters
197. Movie; 60s; French; assassin, secret society member; SPECTRE
198. Movie; 60s; French; intelligence operative; Smersh
199. Movie; 80s; British; spy ship crew member; Secret Intelligence Service
200. Movie; 90s; British; navy lieutenant commander; Royal Navy
201. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Central Intelligence Agency
202. Movie; 60s; French; police inspector; French Special Police
203. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; criminal operative; SPECTRE
204. Movie; 70s; Thai; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
205. Movie; 90s; British; media mogul; Carver Media Group Network
206. Movie; 80s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed
207. Movie; 60s; British/Dutch/Indonesian; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
208. Movie; 80s; unable to determine; nuclear physicist, henchman; SPECTRE
209. Movie; 70s; Thai; unrevealed; other character
210. Movie; 00s; British (England); intelligence operative, publicist; Secret Intelligence Service, Graves Corporation
211. Movie; 90s; Russian/Bosnian; anarchist terrorist; KGB turned independemt
212. Movie; 10s-20s; Mexican; field operative; Mexican Secret Service
213. Movie; 70s; Swedish; unrevealed; main villain
214. Movie; 60s; Cayman Islander; fisherman; various characters
215. Movie; 80s; American; Director of Oil and Mines; San Francisco City Hall
216. Movie; 80s; British; assistant secretary; Secret Intelligence Service
217. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; unrevealed; unrevealed
218. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army
219. Movie; 80s; Cuban; freelance hitman; main villain
220. TV Episode; 80s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-C; SPECTRE?
221. TV Miniseries; 10s-20s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division
222. Movie; 60s; Jamaican?; army general; Jamaican government
223. Movie; 80s; Isthmian; national president; Isthmus, Sanchez Cartel
224. Movie; 90s; Swiss; banker; La Banque Suisse de L'Industrie
225. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent
226. Movie; 10s-20s; British; scientist; Secret Intelligence Service
227. Movie; 60s; British; quartermaster, branch head; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service
228. Movie; 90s; Canadian; navy admiral, representative; Canadian Armed Forces, Royal Canadian Navy
229. Movie; 70s; British (England)?; former intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?
230. Movie; 60s; Scandinavian; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly)
231. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence agency Head; American Secret Service, Central Intelligence Agency, FBI, possibly others
232. Movie; 80s; Japanese; narcotics agent posing as drug lord; Hong Kong Narcotics Agency
233. Movie; 80s; Indian; station head; Secret Intelligence Service
234. Movie; 60s; British (England) but posing as Austrian; henchwoman posing as countess; other character
235. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchwoman; main villain
236. TV Episode; 80s; British; agency head; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service
238. TV Episode; 90s; British; agency head; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service
239. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
240. Movie; 80s; Chinese; drug dealer; own cartel?
241. Movie; 70s; American; professional gambler?; independent?
242. Movie; 70s; Thai; businessman, industrialist; independent
243. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency
244. Movie; 80s; French; personal pilot; Drax Industries, Drax Airlines
245. Movie; 70s; British; diamond syndicate chairman; British Government
246. Movie; 80s; American; stockbroker turned accountant; Sanchez Cartel
247. Movie; 60s; British; taxi driver, intelligence operative; Foreign Office, Security Service
248. Movie; 70s; San Monique; reptile handler, tribal chief; Voodoo Cult
249. Movie; 90s; British; navy chief petty officer; Royal Navy
250. Movie; 70s; American; diamond smuggler; SPECTRE
251. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); socialite; none?
252. Movie; 60s; French; bodyguard, assassin, secret society member; SPECTRE
253. Movie; 60s; British; air force group captain; Royal Air Force
254. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; stand-up comic?; unrevealed
255. Movie; 70s; British; ballistics expert; Secret Intelligence Service
256. Movie; 60s; German; personal assistant, criminal operative; SPECTRE
258. Movie; 00s; Canadian; intelligence operative; Canadian Security Intelligence Service
259. Movie; 00s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed
260. Movie; 80s; Soviet; assassin, circus knife-thrower; various characters
261. Movie; 80s; Greek; henchman, smuggler; other character
262. TV Episode; 50s-60s; French; intelligence operative; Soviet Union
263. Movie; 60s; Turkish; station head; Secret Intelligence Service
264. Movie; 80s; Greek; guerilla soldier turned smuggler; Greek Resistance turned independent
265. Movie; 00s; Greek; government contractor; Quantum
266. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchman; SPECTRE
267. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; cultist, bodyguard; Octopus Cult
268. Movie; 80s; Greek; henchman, driver, assassin; main villain
269. Movie; 80s; American; drug enforcement operative; Drug Enforcement Administration
270. Movie; 70s; American;  would-be assistant to wealthy men; independent?
271. Movie; 60s; German; criminal, enforcer; Recurring-C; Red Lightning Tong turned SPECTRE
272. Movie; 70s; British; nuclear submarine staff officer/captain; Royal Navy
273. Movie; 70s; Thai; ninja; Martial Arts School
274. Movie; 60s; East German; spy trainer, assistant; Smersh
276. Movie; 70s; British; solar energy scientist; Secret Intelligence Service
277. Movie; 00s; Cuban; gene therapist, clinic director; La Clinica Alvarez
278. Movie; 10s-20s; French; criminal board member; SPECTRE
279. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; equestrian, enforcer; main villain
280. Movie; 60s; American; gangster; American Mafia
281. Movie; 60s; French; liaison; Secret Intelligence Service
282. Movie; 60s; American; actor, dancer; independent?
283. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency
285. Movie; 60s; Chinese–Jamaican; freelance photographer, spy; Daily Gleaner
286. Movie; 80s; Soviet; intelligence operative; KGB
287. Movie; 00s; British; section chief/double agent; Secret Intelligence Service
288. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; bodyguard, enforcer; main villain
289. Movie; 80s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed
290. Movie; 60s; American?; masseuse; Fontainebleau Miami Beach Hotel
291. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; bodyguard, enforcer; Quantum
292. Movie; 00s; Swiss; banker; James Bond Wiki suggests a casino he does business with but more likely his bank.
293. Movie; 80s; American; fisherman; own charter business
294. Movie; 80s; British; secret society member; Recurring-C; SPECTRE
295. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
296. Movie; 00s; French; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
297. Movie; 60s; Swiss; solicitor; main villain
298. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; hotel manager; unnamed hotel
299. Movie; 70s; American; ranger; Ranger Station 1
300. Movie; 70s; American; mortician, diamond smuggler; own company
301. Movie; 10s-20s; American; secret society member; SPECTRE
302. Movie; 60s; Japanese; sumo wrestler; presumed Dewanoumi
303. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army
304. Movie; 10s-20s; unrevealed; secret society member; SPECTRE
305. Movie; 90s; Japanese;  terrorist, chemical weapons expert; ADFL (Congolese Rebels in Zaire)  
306. Movie; 80s; Korean?; bodyguard, enforcer?; Recurring-C; unable to determine
307. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; security agent; SPECTRE
308. Movie; 10s-20s; British-French; none; none
309. Movie; 60s;American; entrepreneur; independent/own company
310. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchman; other character
311. TV Movie; 80s; German?; military general; National Socialist German Workers’ Party
312. Movie; 80s; French; enforcer, head of security, pilot; Zorin Industries
313. TV Movie; 80s; unable to determine; unable to determine; unable to determine
314. Movie; 80s; French; intelligence agent; French Secret Service
315. Movie; 60s; no citizenship; place of birth unrevealed; pet; Recurring-A or B (hard to tell because the movies tend to use multiple cats); main villain
316. Movie; 80s; Soviet; unrevealed; KGB
317. Movie; 90s; British; lab assistant turned quartermaster; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service
318. Movie; 10s-20s; Russian; terrorist leader, scientist, anarchist; independent
319. Movie; 60s; British; poultry farmer, sleeper agent (unknowingly); main villain (unknowingly)
320. Movie; 60s; British?; retired intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Smersh, Secret Intelligence Service
321. Movie; 90s; Russian; computer technician, cyber-terrorist; Janus Syndicate
322. Movie; 60s; American; scientist; W.W. Tectronics, G Section
323. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent
324. Movie; 60s; Chinese; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
325. Movie; 90s; Russian; lounge singer; unidentified St. Petersburg nightclub
326. Movie; 00s; Swiss; enforcer, criminal operative; Quantum, Greene Planet
327. Movie; 80s; American; diver, killer; Wavekrest Marine Research, Sanchez Cartel
328. Movie; 90s; unrevealed; television news presenter; Carver Media Group Network
329. Movie; 80s; British; quartermaster; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service
330. Movie; 70s; Italian; secretary; other character(s)
331. Movie; 00s; British; agency head; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service
332. Movie; 00s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
333. Movie; 00s; French; environmentalist, criminal, company founder/head; Quantum, Greene Planet, SPECTRE (indirectly)
334. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; driver; Secret Intelligence Service
335. Movie; 80s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency
336. Movie; 00s; Algerian (but born in Egypt); intelligence operative, terrorist, honeytrap; Quantum, SPECTRE (indirectly)
337. Movie; 10s-20s; British; assistant; Secret Intelligence Service
338. Movie; 80s; American; drug enforcement agent; Drug Enforcement Administration
339. Movie; 10s-20s; Austrian; terrorist mastermind; Recurring-A; SPECTRE, Independent
340. Movie; 10s-20s; British; scientist; Secret Intelligence Service
341. Commercial; 90s; Polish?; unrevealed; Recurring-C; unrevealed if any
342. Movie; 00s; Italian; card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent
343. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)?; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?
344. Movie; 60s; East German; spy trainer; Smersh, International Mothers' Help
345. Movie; 90s; Russian; army major general; Armed Forces of the Russian Federation
346. Movie; 70s; American; unrevealed; unrevealed
347. Movie; 10s-20s; British; intelligence operative turned secretary; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service
348. Movie; 80s; Soviet; military lieutenant-general; USSR
349. Movie; 70s; French; henchwoman; main villain
350. Movie; 00s; Ugandan; resistance army commander; Lord's Resistance Army, Quantum
351. Movie; 10s-20s; Cuban; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency
352. Movie; 60s; Turkish; station agent; Secret Intelligence Service
353. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; scientist; Stromberg Shipping
354. Movie; 60s; Mexican; assassin, enforcer; other character
355. TV Episode; 00s; British?; unwilling criminal agent; Recurring-C; other character (unwillingly)
357. Movie; 80s; Greek; guerilla soldier turned heroin smuggler, intelligence operative; USSR, Great Britain, Greek Resistance (formerly), KGB
358. Movie; 60s; Soviet; cipher clerk, army corporal; Soviet Armed Forces, SPECTRE (Unknowingly)
359. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency
360. Movie; 60s; Soviet; embassy Chief of Security; Soviet Embassy of Istanbul
361. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative, laboratory assistant; Secret Intelligence Service
362. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; possible professional gambler; independent?
363. TV Movie; 10s-20s; British (England); model; likely modeling agency
364. Movie; 70s; Soviet; intelligence operative; KGB
365. Movie; 00s; American; military general; American army
366. Movie; 60s; British; navy chief petty officer; Royal Navy
367. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; criminal associate; Quantum
368. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; criminal operative, professional assassin;  SPECTRE
369. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; criminal operative?; unrevealed
370. Movie; 00s; British; field agent; Secret Intelligence Service
371. Movie; 00s; American; section chief; Central Intelligence Agency
372. Movie; 00s; Bolivian; army general; Bolivia

 


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Re: Gotta Catch 'em All Challenge 62 Collage 50 James Bond Live 1 of 2

Adding character specific clues to 200

See first post for explamation of Recurring categories.

1. Movie; 00s; Russian; politician, secret society member; Quantum, Russian Government; one of several peoples attending a meeting during an opera performance
2. Movie; 80s; Afghan; Deputy Commander of the Eastern District; Mujaheddin, Snow Leopard Brotherhood; freed by Bond from a prison during Bond's own escape attempt
3. Movie; 70s; British (England); diamond smuggler, transport consultant; major villain (unknowingly); impersonated by Bond
4. Movie; 70s; American; astronaut; W Technologies; astronaut testing or training on Whyte-manufactured moon landing equipment
5. Movie; 70s; San Monique; crime kingpin, politician; Voodoo Cult; using poppies, hoped to flood the U.S. market with two tonnes of heroin distributed through his legitimate restaurants free of charge, thus forcing other drug dealers out of business.
6. Movie; 80s; Soviet; KGB General; KGB; Bond was set to kill him but was distristful about the reasons
8. Movie; 70s; American; flying school student; Bleeker Flying School; was in a plane that was targeted by henchmen
9. TV Episode; 50s-60s; British; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; British Intelligence; gave someone 32 million francs to allow him to keep playing in a casino
10. Movie; 90s; Russian; atomic scientist; Russian Atomic Energy Department; gave someone  a plane necessary to steal a nuclear weapon set to be dismantled in Kazakhstan
12. Movie; 80s; British; butler, security operative; Secret Intelligence Service; discovered assassins dumping a cook's body into a chest freezer
13. Movie; 80s; East German; intelligence operative, biathlete; KGB; young woman was interested in him but he only scowled at her
14. Movie; 90s; French; helicopter pilot; Eurocopter Tiger; captain of new helicopter prototype
15. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; had blood thrown at him
16. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; professional assassin, criminal operative; Recurring-C; SPECTRE; deployed in order to protect the secrecy of SPECTRE's plot
17. Movie; 00s; Japanese; chemical engineer; other character; seen only in a photo, along with 160 and someone in part 2
18. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; diamond trader; other character; contracted to supply rogue colonel with African conflict diamonds in exchange for weaponry.
19. Movie; 90s; Russian; programmer;  none; unknowingly friends with a villain, whom she saw as an annoying little brother
20. Movie; 60s; Chinese; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland.
21. Movie; 60s; British?; adjutant; other character; newspaper hints that this character was intended to have a larger role in the film; instead was just present in a meeting between Bond and another character
22. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; tasked with arresting rogue agent dead or alive
23. Movie; 60s; Japanese; intelligence operative; Japanese Secret Service; helped someone with ninja training and pretending to be Japanese
24. Movie; 80s; British (England); high ranking politician; Recurring-D; British Government, Conservative Party; based on real person
25. Movie; 70s; American; technology firm administrator; W.W. Tectronics; under his watch his company constructed an orbital laser weapon
26. Movie; 80s; Italian; intelligence operative; British Secret Service; informed Bond about activities of a killer Bond was chasing.
27. Movie; 60s; Irish; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland.
28. Movie; 70s; South African; houseboy; missionary school; read to school children
29. Movie; 70s; Soviet; KGB General; KGB, Ministry of Foreign Affairs; recurring ally of MI6 despite being on opposite sides during the Cold war
30. Movie; 80s; Russian; curator; USSR; realized a piece of jewelry was a fake
31. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; businessman in novelization; other character; was involved with main villain's mistress
32. Movie; 10s-20s; British; criminal operative; SPECTRE; attended a "birthday" festivity in Cuba
34. Movie; 60s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-A if you count repeating footage, otherwise Recurring-B; Royal Navy, Secret Intelligence Service; targeted by unseen assailant whom he shot
35. Movie; 90s; British; navy captain; Royal Navy; his ship was remotely meaconed off-course into Chinese-held waters by techno-terrorist
36. Movie; 80s; American; state geologist; State of California; her father passed before he could train her how to effectively maintiain control over the family oil company
37. Movie; 60s; Russian; cipher clerk; Soviet Armed Forces; with 105, colleage of major supporting character (in the movie, not series as a whole)
38. Movie; 70s; American; enforcer, acrobat; major villain; with 142, tasked with imprisoning reclusive billionaire
40. Movie; 70s; American; state trooper; Louisiana State Police; helped sheriff try to to catch people on the river
41. Movie; 90s; Russian; escort girl; other character; one of two such characters who entertained someone, the other being 137
42. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)?; intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; unlike other versions of this character, could not hold his liquor
43. Movie; 90s; American; media executive; Carver Media Group Network; tasked to arrange and report any news of havoc that would earn lots of ratings
44. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; honeytrap, intelligence operative; Smersh; masqueraded as a daughter of a late "MI5" head and is only identifiable by pseudonym
45. Movie; 80s; American; Air Force commanding officer; U.S. Air Force; enjoyed a circus performance
47. Movie; 00s; British; intelligence contact; other character; spotted someone shadowing him as he watched a cricket match
48. Movie; 80s; no citizenship; place of birth unrevealed; pet; Recurring-B; major villain; abandoned his human after the latter's plot went awry
49. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); intelligence operative; British Security Coordination; took someone to a bar that was considered a bit of a dive
50. Movie; 70s; British; navy captain; Royal Navy; with his nuclear submarine crew, taken captive by main villain
51. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; terrorist, bomb maker; major villain; attended a mongoose/snake fight in Madagascar
52. Movie; 70s; American; sheriff; Recurring-A; Louisiana State Police; after previously pursuiing someone, encountered them again while on vacation in Thailand
54. Movie; 80s; Soviet; bomb expert; USSR; delivered a nuclear bomb to villains
55. Movie; 70s; Cuban; detective, sleeper agent/intelligence operative; independent;  loaned someone a 1957 Ford Fairlane to travel to Los Organos
56. Movie; 70s; Chinese; student?; karate school?; with sister, helped defeat martial arts students
57. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; terrorist, weapons manufacturer; Quantum; used a Ugandan warlord's money to short-sell stock in a promising aerospace company, thus betting the money on the company's failure; character only known by alias
58. Movie; 90s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; was scolded for calling someone the Evil Queen of Numbers
59. Movie; 90s; Chinese; Military General; People's Liberation Army; intended to wipe out the Chinese top politicians and military officers with nuclear rocket and, afterwards, take over the government in China
60. Movie; 60s; British; Air Force group captain; Royal Air Force; one of the men responsible for overseeing the recovery of atomic weapons hijacked by SPECTRE
61. Movie; 10s-20s; British; psychologist; Secret Intelligence Service; examined someone's mental health after he came back to MI6.
62. Movie; 10s-20s; French; mercenary, assassin; Recurring-A only if you count picture; SPECTRE; upon discovering that he was being tailed, initiated a high speed car chase that attracted the attention of several local police officers
63. Movie; 70s; British; helicopter pilot, personal assistant; major villain; flirted with someone she tried to kill
64. Movie; 90s; British; Deputy Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; helped bring Bond up to speed on the latest events and the parameters of his mission
65. Movie; 80s; German; geneticist turned horse breeder, head scientist; Nazi Germany, Soviet Union, Zorin Industries; experiments led to babieswho  were often psychotic in nature, but grew into children with gifted intelligence.  
66. Movie; 00s; British; Special Advisor to the Prime Minister, criminal operative; Quantum, British Government; one of several peoples attending a meeting during an opera performance
67. Movie; 60s; Italian; infiltrator; SPECTRE; hired to assassinate and impersonate NATO pilot
68. Movie; 80s; British/Greek; unrevealed; Independent; located assassin who killed her parents at the villa he owned near Madrid, Spain, and went there to exact her revenge
69. Movie; 00s; British; personal security detail, sleeper agent; Secret Intelligence Service, Quantum; mole who passed annual security checks and lie detector tests
70. Movie; 80s; Isthmian; bank secretary; Banco de Isthmus; when someone arrived to make a "small deposit" in the bank (in reality, almost $5 million), she helped her patron count his money.
71. Movie; 00; North Korean; Military General; Korean People's Army; wished for a peaceful reunification of Korea, whereas his son wanted war
73. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division; got himself expelled from Eton and other prestigious public schools before his mother, fed up, sent him to work for Reuters
74. Movie; 70s; Soviet; KGB agent; KGB; with another character, survived a fight with Bond in Egypt
75. Movie; 80s; Ukrainian SSR; General Secretary; Communist Party of the Soviet Union; oversaw a meeting of the Red Army military commissariat
76. TV Episode; 00s; American; professional gambler?; none?; was shocked by the name of a woman who showed up at the table he was sitting at at a casino
77. Movie; 00s; Italian; unrevealed; other character; persuaded boyfriend to assist Bond
78. Movie; 60s; American; professional gambler?; unrevealed; his secretary assisted a rival in cheating him in cards
79. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; unrevealed; unrevealed; someone was worried she'd trigger a code to a missile
80. Movie; 60s; Bahamian; intelligence operative, boating supplies shop owner; Secret Intelligence Service; operated from the basement of his boating supplies shop
81. Movie; 80s; British; secretary; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; helped investigate sniper in Bratislava
82. Movie; 60s; French; intelligence agency head; Deuxième Bureau; implored someone to come out of retirement to deal with org who has been eliminating agents
83. TV Episode; 50-60s; French?; intelligence operative; Soviet Union; threatended someone with a cane-gun
84. Movie; 70s; British?; diamond smuggler, missionary teacher; SPECTRE (unknowingly); transported diamonds off the continent in a hollowed-out Bible
85. TV Episode (later expanded on DVD); 00s; British (England)?; intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; fought three hooded opponents
87. Movie; 60s; Japanese; Head of Secret Service; Japanese Secret Service; headquarters is inside an underground train that constantly travels around the Tokyo subway for his protection
88. Movie; 80s; Isthmian;  enforcer, henchman, advisor; Sanchez Cartel; with others, caught main villain's mistress with another man
89. Movie; 80s; American; police detective; Key West Police Department; investigated someone's maiming
90. Movie; 80s; Greek/British (born in Greece); unrevealed; unrevealed; mother of 68
91. Movie; 10s-20s; French; consultant psychiatrist; Recurring-A; Hoffler Klinik, SPECTRE, Quantum (latter two via familial association); Bond incorrectly believed she had doublecrossed him
92. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; maintenance and security officer/mechanic; major villain; unsuccessfully tried to flirt with someone
93. Movie; 00s; German; criminal operative; Quantum; met with someone in Venice to receive money
94. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative, astronaut; Central Intelligence Agency; spied on main villain
95. Movie; 60s; Italian; criminal operative; Recurring-C; SPECTRE; collected rare shark species for research and conservation purposes for marine institutes
98. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-A; SPECTRE; uncovered embezzlement and electrocuted the culprit
99. TV Episode; 80s; British (England)?; businessman, criminal; independent?; petted a rabbit stuffed animal
100. Movie; 60s; Chinese; technical liaison/nuclear fission specialist, intelligence operative; China; provided main villain with atomic bomb
101. Movie; 80s; British; representative; Foreign and Commonwealth Office; incoformed someone that another character's yacht, the Flying Saucer, was now heading for Nice, France
102. Movie; 80s; Belgian; henchman, professional assassin; Marseilles and Hong Kong drug syndicates; after being convicted of several particularly brutal murders, he was sentenced to life imprisonment in Namur Prison
103. Movie; 00s; British; personal assistant; Secret Intelligence Service; gagged upon seeing open-eyed corpse
104. Movie; 90s; Ukrainian SSR; head of security, terrorist; King Industries; bhelped Russian scientist smuggle Parahawks
105. Movie; 60s; Russian; cipher clerk; Soviet Armed Forces; with 37, colleage of major supporting character (in the movie, not series as a whole)
106. Movie; 70s; American; CIA agent; Central Intelligence Agency; posted around casino during risky diamond exchange
107. Movie; 70s; American; flying school owner?; own flying school; called someone for compensation after one of his places was destroyed
108. Movie; 00s; Bolivian; military lieutenant; other character; accompanied his commanding officer to Port-au-Prince, Haiti for his meeting with someone
109. Movie; 90s; British; construction magnate, oil magnate; King Industries; became a personal friend of major character after they read law together at Oxford
111. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; took part ina poker match
112. Movie; 90s; British; navy Fleet Commander; Royal Navy; received an urgent message from the Admiralty ordering the fleet to search for a nearby Stealth Ship
113. Movie; 60s; British; secretary; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; given the task of establishing a rigorous programme to train male agents to ignore the charms of women
114. Movie; 90s; American; Head of Special Projects, vice-president of media company; Carver Media Group Network; tasked to arrange and report any news of havoc that would earn lots of ratings
115. Movie; 90s; Azerbaijani/British (England); oil tycoon, socialite, CEO; King Industries; kidnapped in a scheme to extort a large sum from her father, who refused to pay the ransome
116. Movie; 60s; Jamaican; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland.
118. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; assassin, enforcer; major villains; knocked out gondola technician and tried to help kill two agents
119. Movie; 60s; Jamaican; shell diver; Independent; emerged from the sea collecting shells and singing "Under the Mango Tree"
120. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; guard; Zorin Industries; brought someone a helmet
121. TV Movie; 00s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division; during World War II was recruited as personal assistant to the Director of Naval Intelligence
122. Movie; 80s; American; international arms dealer, mercenary, drug dealer; West Point,
Belgian Congo; his military career was a failure, so he turned to arms dealing to organize his own personal military force
123. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player?; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; lost with a straight flush in a poker match
124. TV Movie; 80s; unable to determine; unable to determine; unable to determine; the page with with most info on her got taken down, but played by someone who played another character in a movie
126. Movie; 70s; Portuguese; gunsmith; independent; delivered golden bullets to someone at a casino
127. Movie; 60s; likely none; likely none; Recurring-D; independent?; later played by the same actor in non-Bond movies
128. TV Movie; 00s; British (England); socialite; Recurring-C; none?; wife of major character
129. Movie; 60s; Romani; tribal leader; Romani camp; spied on the Bulgars, reporting information back to his old friend
130. Movie; 60s; American?; copilot; Flying Circus; seen in flight from Switzerland to Kentucky
131. Movie; 90s; Russian; Military Colonel, commanding officer of a Soviet nuclear testing facility; CIS (СНГ) Military; commanded guards as the facility was being decommissioned
132. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Smersh; attempted to distract someone in baccarat game by performing elaborate magic tricks
133. Movie; 70s; Egyptian; intelligence informant; Secret Intelligence Service; advised someone  to contact a black market trader and then a businessman
134. Movie; 10s-20s; Portuguese or British?; intelligence operative turned cyber-terrorist; Secret Intelligence Service, SPECTRE; committed a series of terrorist attacks as part of a larger plan to publicly discredit and kill someone
135. Movie; 60s; British (England); navy commander, intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; impersonated someone in an effort to gain access to main villain
136. TV Seres (pre-Bond), TV Special (Bond); 00s (pre-Bond), 10s-20s (Bond); British; housewife turned apparent office cleaner; Recurring-D; apparently Secret Intelligence Service in this instance; spoke to bond on a screen
137. Movie; 90s; Russian; escort girl; other character; one of two such characters who entertained someone, the other being 41
138. Movie; 70s; Chinese; henchwoman; main villain; ordered to watch someone who was changing in plane bathroom
139. Movie; 60s; British; secret service employee; Secret Intelligence Service; began training to resist seductive women
140. Movie; 60s; German; bodyguard, criminal operative; SPECTRE; fed main villain's pet piranhas
141. Movie; 90s; unrevealed; stealth ship captain, security agent; Carver Media Group Network, Stealth Ship;  direct participant in plans to provoke a war between the United Kingdom and China
142. Movie; 70s; American; enforcer, acrobat; main villain; with 38, tasked with imprisoning reclusive billionaire
143. Movie; 80s; Nicaraguan; henchman, enforcer; Sanchez Cartel, Contras; with others, caught main villain's mistress with another man
145. Movie; 60s; American; enforcer; main villain;  in charge of gassing the members of the mafia with Nerve Gas
146. Movie; 90s; American; media executive; Carver Media Group Network; spoke to someone in a meeting giving an update via video uplink
147. Movie; 70s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; said in meeting that the CIA had verifed main villain's fingerprints on bullet
148. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; sent to keep and eye on someone and diamonds
149. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; terrorist; SPECTRE; participated in an attempt in Mexico to blow up a stadium
150. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army; invited to a demonstration of a new satellite that supposed could provide sunlight to areas of the world which lack it in order to promote agricultural development in cold climate countries
151. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; got caught up in a winning streak in a casino
152. Movie; 80s; Soviet; military general, intelligence operative; Soviet Union; faked his defection as part of an illicit arms and drug deal
153. Movie; 60s; Mexican; intelligence operative; Mexican Government?; congratulated someone on destroying heroin lab
154. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Central Intelligence Agency; shadowed Bond starting at Kingston Airport
155. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; circus leader, smuggler, henchwoman; Octopus Cult; cheated against a major in backgammon
156. Movie; 70s; American; navy captain; US Navy; ordered the destruction of main villain's submarine platform
157. Movie; 80s; American; geologist; Zorin Industries; previously employed as chief engineer in a South African gold mine, where a cave-in killed twenty miners
158. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-B; SPECTRE (unclear if still active at this point); targeted someone in a cemetery
159. Movie; 70s; American; customs officer; US Government; at Los Angeles International Airport, wanted to check the supposed body of someone's dead brother
160. Movie; 00s; Russian; arms dealer; other character; listed as deceased in file
161. Movie; 00s; Albanian; financier, criminal operative; Recurring-C (Recurring-A if you count a later image in cardboard cut-out); Quantum, SPECTRE (latter indirectly); banker who finances the world's terrorist organizations
163. Movie; 00s; Austrian?; criminal operative, assassin; Recurring-A; Quantum, SPECTRE; recurring adversaryn prior to thallium poisoning
164. Movie; 80s; German; mercenary, assassin; main villain; ordered top cut someone off as they were leaving biathlon course
166. TV Special; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; accompanied someone on helicopter ride
167. Movie; 00s; Italian; opera singer/actress or singer, depending on how you look at it; Recurring-D; none?; seen on stage in opera performance
168. Movie; 10s-20s; British; Member of Parliament, Home Secretary, minister of the court, president of the court; British Government; consistently negative about someone's actions during recent security crisis
169. Movie; 10s-20s; British; undercover agent; Secret Intelligence Service; one of five undercover agents whose cover was blown by someone after he uploaded images of them on a YouTube video
170. Movie (deleted scene); 70s; unrevealed; harpist; The Whyte House; played harp  from a floating island in a nearby swimming pool
171. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; targeted by someone sitting on a bed with him
172. Movie; 00s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; provided intel on someone recently deceased
173. Movie; 90s; Russian; KGB officer turned mafia boss, businessman; Recurring-A; KGB turned independent; years earlier was shot in the leg by someone who also stole his car and "his girl".
174. Movie; 60s; Soviet; Director of Military Intelligence; Soviet Embassy of Istanbul; seen in a conference at the embassy
175. Movie; 10s-20s; British; assistant; Secret Intelligence Service; assisted in an attempt to retrieve a hard drive
176. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; mercenary, professional assassin, enforcer; KGB; usually seen with personal stereo and strangulation is his preferred killing method
177. Movie; 80s; American; entrepreneur, marine researcher, narcotics smuggler; Sanchez Cartel, Ocean Exotica, Wavekrest Marine Research;  used his company, Wavekrest Marine Research, to move cocaine for drug cartel
178. Movie; 00s; Bolivian/Russian; intelligence operative; Bolivian Secret Service, independent; seeking revenge for the murder of her family by exiled dictator
179. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; scientist; Stromberg Shipping (contracted); one of two scientists  suspected y main villain of trying to sell the scaled-down photographic reproductions of submarine tracking system schematics to competing world powers
180. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); socialite; Recurring-C; none?; part of scheme to ply two Germans with drink and food in an attempt to learn how German U-boats made it through the British minefields near Norway
182. Movie; 60s; Australian; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland.
183. Movie; 10s-20s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; assigned to guard a safe drive containing information on undercover agents embedded into terrorist groups
184. Movie; 80s; Indian; bodyguard, enforcer; main villain; destroyed rigged dice someone used in a game of backgammon at a hotel casino
185. Movie; 60s; American; gangster; American Mafia; was promised one million dollars in stolen gold bullion but was doublecrossed
186. TV Episode; 50s-60s; Soviet; intelligence operative; SMERSH?; believed someone was trying to poison her with cyanide pills and tried to do the same back
187. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; tried to flee with fake Fabergé Egg he stole from circus
188. Movie; 90s; French; helicopter pilot; Eurocopter Tiger; did test flight of new helicopter prototype
189. Movie; 70s; American; stand-up comic; main villain; acted as part of diamond smuggling pipeline
190. TV Episode; 50s-60s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; encountered Russian spy while on holiday
191. Movie; 60s; British; quartermaster; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; replaced someone's Beretta 418 .25 pistol with a Walther PPK handgun
192. Movie; 00s; British; international liaison officer; Recurring-C (Recurring-A if you count archive footage); HM Treasury, Quantum, SPECTRE (latter indirectly); forced to act as double agent due to lover being taken hostage
193. TV Movie; 80s; British?; unable to determine; unable to determine; the page with with most info on her got taken down, but actress playing her has a middle name that is usually masculine when a first name
194. Movie; 80s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; with someone in part two, rescued someone from the Moroccan police in Tangiers
195. Movie; 90s; German; enforcer, torturer, head of security; Carver Media Group Network; shot at survivors of torpedoed ship
196. Movie; 80s; Soviet; assassin, circus performer; various characters; pinned someone to a cabin door with knives
197. Movie; 60s; French; assassin, secret society member; SPECTRE; faked death and posed as own widow
198. Movie; 60s; French; intelligence operative; Smersh; posed as a widow to try to discredit someone
199. Movie; 80s; British; spy ship crew member; Secret Intelligence Service; responsible for using the ATAC system when a mine hit the ship
200. Movie; 90s; British; navy lieutenant commander; Royal Navy; second-in-command of the British Type 23 frigate, HMS Devonshire
201. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Central Intelligence Agency
202. Movie; 60s; French; police inspector; French Special Police
203. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; criminal operative; SPECTRE
204. Movie; 70s; Thai; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
205. Movie; 90s; British; media mogul; Carver Media Group Network
206. Movie; 80s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed
207. Movie; 60s; British/Dutch/Indonesian; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
208. Movie; 80s; unable to determine; nuclear physicist, henchman; SPECTRE
209. Movie; 70s; Thai; unrevealed; other character
210. Movie; 00s; British (England); intelligence operative, publicist; Secret Intelligence Service, Graves Corporation
211. Movie; 90s; Russian/Bosnian; anarchist terrorist; KGB turned independemt
212. Movie; 10s-20s; Mexican; field operative; Mexican Secret Service
213. Movie; 70s; Swedish; unrevealed; main villain
214. Movie; 60s; Cayman Islander; fisherman; various characters
215. Movie; 80s; American; Director of Oil and Mines; San Francisco City Hall
216. Movie; 80s; British; assistant secretary; Secret Intelligence Service
217. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; unrevealed; unrevealed
218. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army
219. Movie; 80s; Cuban; freelance hitman; main villain
220. TV Episode; 80s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-C; SPECTRE?
221. TV Miniseries; 10s-20s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division
222. Movie; 60s; Jamaican?; army general; Jamaican government
223. Movie; 80s; Isthmian; national president; Isthmus, Sanchez Cartel
224. Movie; 90s; Swiss; banker; La Banque Suisse de L'Industrie
225. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent
226. Movie; 10s-20s; British; scientist; Secret Intelligence Service
227. Movie; 60s; British; quartermaster, branch head; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service
228. Movie; 90s; Canadian; navy admiral, representative; Canadian Armed Forces, Royal Canadian Navy
229. Movie; 70s; British (England)?; former intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?
230. Movie; 60s; Scandinavian; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly)
231. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence agency Head; American Secret Service, Central Intelligence Agency, FBI, possibly others
232. Movie; 80s; Japanese; narcotics agent posing as drug lord; Hong Kong Narcotics Agency
233. Movie; 80s; Indian; station head; Secret Intelligence Service
234. Movie; 60s; British (England) but posing as Austrian; henchwoman posing as countess; other character
235. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchwoman; main villain
236. TV Episode; 80s; British; agency head; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service
238. TV Episode; 90s; British; agency head; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service
239. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
240. Movie; 80s; Chinese; drug dealer; own cartel?
241. Movie; 70s; American; professional gambler?; independent?
242. Movie; 70s; Thai; businessman, industrialist; independent
243. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency
244. Movie; 80s; French; personal pilot; Drax Industries, Drax Airlines
245. Movie; 70s; British; diamond syndicate chairman; British Government
246. Movie; 80s; American; stockbroker turned accountant; Sanchez Cartel
247. Movie; 60s; British; taxi driver, intelligence operative; Foreign Office, Security Service
248. Movie; 70s; San Monique; reptile handler, tribal chief; Voodoo Cult
249. Movie; 90s; British; navy chief petty officer; Royal Navy
250. Movie; 70s; American; diamond smuggler; SPECTRE
251. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); socialite; none?
252. Movie; 60s; French; bodyguard, assassin, secret society member; SPECTRE
253. Movie; 60s; British; air force group captain; Royal Air Force
254. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; stand-up comic?; unrevealed
255. Movie; 70s; British; ballistics expert; Secret Intelligence Service
256. Movie; 60s; German; personal assistant, criminal operative; SPECTRE
258. Movie; 00s; Canadian; intelligence operative; Canadian Security Intelligence Service
259. Movie; 00s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed
260. Movie; 80s; Soviet; assassin, circus knife-thrower; various characters
261. Movie; 80s; Greek; henchman, smuggler; other character
262. TV Episode; 50s-60s; French; intelligence operative; Soviet Union
263. Movie; 60s; Turkish; station head; Secret Intelligence Service
264. Movie; 80s; Greek; guerilla soldier turned smuggler; Greek Resistance turned independent
265. Movie; 00s; Greek; government contractor; Quantum
266. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchman; SPECTRE
267. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; cultist, bodyguard; Octopus Cult
268. Movie; 80s; Greek; henchman, driver, assassin; main villain
269. Movie; 80s; American; drug enforcement operative; Drug Enforcement Administration
270. Movie; 70s; American;  would-be assistant to wealthy men; independent?
271. Movie; 60s; German; criminal, enforcer; Recurring-C; Red Lightning Tong turned SPECTRE
272. Movie; 70s; British; nuclear submarine staff officer/captain; Royal Navy
273. Movie; 70s; Thai; ninja; Martial Arts School
274. Movie; 60s; East German; spy trainer, assistant; Smersh
276. Movie; 70s; British; solar energy scientist; Secret Intelligence Service
277. Movie; 00s; Cuban; gene therapist, clinic director; La Clinica Alvarez
278. Movie; 10s-20s; French; criminal board member; SPECTRE
279. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; equestrian, enforcer; main villain
280. Movie; 60s; American; gangster; American Mafia
281. Movie; 60s; French; liaison; Secret Intelligence Service
282. Movie; 60s; American; actor, dancer; independent?
283. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency
285. Movie; 60s; Chinese–Jamaican; freelance photographer, spy; Daily Gleaner
286. Movie; 80s; Soviet; intelligence operative; KGB
287. Movie; 00s; British; section chief/double agent; Secret Intelligence Service
288. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; bodyguard, enforcer; main villain
289. Movie; 80s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed
290. Movie; 60s; American?; masseuse; Fontainebleau Miami Beach Hotel
291. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; bodyguard, enforcer; Quantum
292. Movie; 00s; Swiss; banker; James Bond Wiki suggests a casino he does business with but more likely his bank.
293. Movie; 80s; American; fisherman; own charter business
294. Movie; 80s; British; secret society member; Recurring-C; SPECTRE
295. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
296. Movie; 00s; French; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
297. Movie; 60s; Swiss; solicitor; main villain
298. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; hotel manager; unnamed hotel
299. Movie; 70s; American; ranger; Ranger Station 1
300. Movie; 70s; American; mortician, diamond smuggler; own company
301. Movie; 10s-20s; American; secret society member; SPECTRE
302. Movie; 60s; Japanese; sumo wrestler; presumed Dewanoumi
303. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army
304. Movie; 10s-20s; unrevealed; secret society member; SPECTRE
305. Movie; 90s; Japanese;  terrorist, chemical weapons expert; ADFL (Congolese Rebels in Zaire)  
306. Movie; 80s; Korean?; bodyguard, enforcer?; Recurring-C; unable to determine
307. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; security agent; SPECTRE
308. Movie; 10s-20s; British-French; none; none
309. Movie; 60s;American; entrepreneur; independent/own company
310. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchman; other character
311. TV Movie; 80s; German?; military general; National Socialist German Workers’ Party
312. Movie; 80s; French; enforcer, head of security, pilot; Zorin Industries
313. TV Movie; 80s; unable to determine; unable to determine; unable to determine
314. Movie; 80s; French; intelligence agent; French Secret Service
315. Movie; 60s; no citizenship; place of birth unrevealed; pet; Recurring-A or B (hard to tell because the movies tend to use multiple cats); main villain
316. Movie; 80s; Soviet; unrevealed; KGB
317. Movie; 90s; British; lab assistant turned quartermaster; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service
318. Movie; 10s-20s; Russian; terrorist leader, scientist, anarchist; independent
319. Movie; 60s; British; poultry farmer, sleeper agent (unknowingly); main villain (unknowingly)
320. Movie; 60s; British?; retired intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Smersh, Secret Intelligence Service
321. Movie; 90s; Russian; computer technician, cyber-terrorist; Janus Syndicate
322. Movie; 60s; American; scientist; W.W. Tectronics, G Section
323. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent
324. Movie; 60s; Chinese; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
325. Movie; 90s; Russian; lounge singer; unidentified St. Petersburg nightclub
326. Movie; 00s; Swiss; enforcer, criminal operative; Quantum, Greene Planet
327. Movie; 80s; American; diver, killer; Wavekrest Marine Research, Sanchez Cartel
328. Movie; 90s; unrevealed; television news presenter; Carver Media Group Network
329. Movie; 80s; British; quartermaster; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service
330. Movie; 70s; Italian; secretary; other character(s)
331. Movie; 00s; British; agency head; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service
332. Movie; 00s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
333. Movie; 00s; French; environmentalist, criminal, company founder/head; Quantum, Greene Planet, SPECTRE (indirectly)
334. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; driver; Secret Intelligence Service
335. Movie; 80s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency
336. Movie; 00s; Algerian (but born in Egypt); intelligence operative, terrorist, honeytrap; Quantum, SPECTRE (indirectly)
337. Movie; 10s-20s; British; assistant; Secret Intelligence Service
338. Movie; 80s; American; drug enforcement agent; Drug Enforcement Administration
339. Movie; 10s-20s; Austrian; terrorist mastermind; Recurring-A; SPECTRE, Independent
340. Movie; 10s-20s; British; scientist; Secret Intelligence Service
341. Commercial; 90s; Polish?; unrevealed; Recurring-C; unrevealed if any
342. Movie; 00s; Italian; card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent
343. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)?; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?
344. Movie; 60s; East German; spy trainer; Smersh, International Mothers' Help
345. Movie; 90s; Russian; army major general; Armed Forces of the Russian Federation
346. Movie; 70s; American; unrevealed; unrevealed
347. Movie; 10s-20s; British; intelligence operative turned secretary; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service
348. Movie; 80s; Soviet; military lieutenant-general; USSR
349. Movie; 70s; French; henchwoman; main villain
350. Movie; 00s; Ugandan; resistance army commander; Lord's Resistance Army, Quantum
351. Movie; 10s-20s; Cuban; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency
352. Movie; 60s; Turkish; station agent; Secret Intelligence Service
353. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; scientist; Stromberg Shipping
354. Movie; 60s; Mexican; assassin, enforcer; other character
355. TV Episode; 00s; British?; unwilling criminal agent; Recurring-C; other character (unwillingly)
357. Movie; 80s; Greek; guerilla soldier turned heroin smuggler, intelligence operative; USSR, Great Britain, Greek Resistance (formerly), KGB
358. Movie; 60s; Soviet; cipher clerk, army corporal; Soviet Armed Forces, SPECTRE (Unknowingly)
359. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency
360. Movie; 60s; Soviet; embassy Chief of Security; Soviet Embassy of Istanbul
361. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative, laboratory assistant; Secret Intelligence Service
362. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; possible professional gambler; independent?
363. TV Movie; 10s-20s; British (England); model; likely modeling agency
364. Movie; 70s; Soviet; intelligence operative; KGB
365. Movie; 00s; American; military general; American army
366. Movie; 60s; British; navy chief petty officer; Royal Navy
367. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; criminal associate; Quantum
368. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; criminal operative, professional assassin;  SPECTRE
369. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; criminal operative?; unrevealed
370. Movie; 00s; British; field agent; Secret Intelligence Service
371. Movie; 00s; American; section chief; Central Intelligence Agency
372. Movie; 00s; Bolivian; army general; Bolivia

 


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Re: Gotta Catch 'em All Challenge 62 Collage 50 James Bond Live 1 of 2

Adding character specific clues to 260

See first post for explamation of Recurring categories.

1. Movie; 00s; Russian; politician, secret society member; Quantum, Russian Government; one of several peoples attending a meeting during an opera performance
2. Movie; 80s; Afghan; Deputy Commander of the Eastern District; Mujaheddin, Snow Leopard Brotherhood; freed by Bond from a prison during Bond's own escape attempt
3. Movie; 70s; British (England); diamond smuggler, transport consultant; major villain (unknowingly); impersonated by Bond
4. Movie; 70s; American; astronaut; W Technologies; astronaut testing or training on Whyte-manufactured moon landing equipment
5. Movie; 70s; San Monique; crime kingpin, politician; Voodoo Cult; using poppies, hoped to flood the U.S. market with two tonnes of heroin distributed through his legitimate restaurants free of charge, thus forcing other drug dealers out of business.
6. Movie; 80s; Soviet; KGB General; KGB; Bond was set to kill him but was distristful about the reasons
8. Movie; 70s; American; flying school student; Bleeker Flying School; was in a plane that was targeted by henchmen
9. TV Episode; 50s-60s; British; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; British Intelligence; gave someone 32 million francs to allow him to keep playing in a casino
10. Movie; 90s; Russian; atomic scientist; Russian Atomic Energy Department; gave someone  a plane necessary to steal a nuclear weapon set to be dismantled in Kazakhstan
12. Movie; 80s; British; butler, security operative; Secret Intelligence Service; discovered assassins dumping a cook's body into a chest freezer
13. Movie; 80s; East German; intelligence operative, biathlete; KGB; young woman was interested in him but he only scowled at her
14. Movie; 90s; French; helicopter pilot; Eurocopter Tiger; captain of new helicopter prototype
15. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; had blood thrown at him
16. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; professional assassin, criminal operative; Recurring-C; SPECTRE; deployed in order to protect the secrecy of SPECTRE's plot
17. Movie; 00s; Japanese; chemical engineer; other character; seen only in a photo, along with 160 and someone in part 2
18. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; diamond trader; other character; contracted to supply rogue colonel with African conflict diamonds in exchange for weaponry.
19. Movie; 90s; Russian; programmer;  none; unknowingly friends with a villain, whom she saw as an annoying little brother
20. Movie; 60s; Chinese; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland.
21. Movie; 60s; British?; adjutant; other character; newspaper hints that this character was intended to have a larger role in the film; instead was just present in a meeting between Bond and another character
22. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; tasked with arresting rogue agent dead or alive
23. Movie; 60s; Japanese; intelligence operative; Japanese Secret Service; helped someone with ninja training and pretending to be Japanese
24. Movie; 80s; British (England); high ranking politician; Recurring-D; British Government, Conservative Party; based on real person
25. Movie; 70s; American; technology firm administrator; W.W. Tectronics; under his watch his company constructed an orbital laser weapon
26. Movie; 80s; Italian; intelligence operative; British Secret Service; informed Bond about activities of a killer Bond was chasing.
27. Movie; 60s; Irish; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland.
28. Movie; 70s; South African; houseboy; missionary school; read to school children
29. Movie; 70s; Soviet; KGB General; KGB, Ministry of Foreign Affairs; recurring ally of MI6 despite being on opposite sides during the Cold war
30. Movie; 80s; Russian; curator; USSR; realized a piece of jewelry was a fake
31. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; businessman in novelization; other character; was involved with main villain's mistress
32. Movie; 10s-20s; British; criminal operative; SPECTRE; attended a "birthday" festivity in Cuba
34. Movie; 60s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-A if you count repeating footage, otherwise Recurring-B; Royal Navy, Secret Intelligence Service; targeted by unseen assailant whom he shot
35. Movie; 90s; British; navy captain; Royal Navy; his ship was remotely meaconed off-course into Chinese-held waters by techno-terrorist
36. Movie; 80s; American; state geologist; State of California; her father passed before he could train her how to effectively maintiain control over the family oil company
37. Movie; 60s; Russian; cipher clerk; Soviet Armed Forces; with 105, colleage of major supporting character (in the movie, not series as a whole)
38. Movie; 70s; American; enforcer, acrobat; major villain; with 142, tasked with imprisoning reclusive billionaire
40. Movie; 70s; American; state trooper; Louisiana State Police; helped sheriff try to to catch people on the river
41. Movie; 90s; Russian; escort girl; other character; one of two such characters who entertained someone, the other being 137
42. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)?; intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; unlike other versions of this character, could not hold his liquor
43. Movie; 90s; American; media executive; Carver Media Group Network; tasked to arrange and report any news of havoc that would earn lots of ratings
44. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; honeytrap, intelligence operative; Smersh; masqueraded as a daughter of a late "MI5" head and is only identifiable by pseudonym
45. Movie; 80s; American; Air Force commanding officer; U.S. Air Force; enjoyed a circus performance
47. Movie; 00s; British; intelligence contact; other character; spotted someone shadowing him as he watched a cricket match
48. Movie; 80s; no citizenship; place of birth unrevealed; pet; Recurring-B; major villain; abandoned his human after the latter's plot went awry
49. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); intelligence operative; British Security Coordination; took someone to a bar that was considered a bit of a dive
50. Movie; 70s; British; navy captain; Royal Navy; with his nuclear submarine crew, taken captive by main villain
51. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; terrorist, bomb maker; major villain; attended a mongoose/snake fight in Madagascar
52. Movie; 70s; American; sheriff; Recurring-A; Louisiana State Police; after previously pursuiing someone, encountered them again while on vacation in Thailand
54. Movie; 80s; Soviet; bomb expert; USSR; delivered a nuclear bomb to villains
55. Movie; 70s; Cuban; detective, sleeper agent/intelligence operative; independent;  loaned someone a 1957 Ford Fairlane to travel to Los Organos
56. Movie; 70s; Chinese; student?; karate school?; with sister, helped defeat martial arts students
57. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; terrorist, weapons manufacturer; Quantum; used a Ugandan warlord's money to short-sell stock in a promising aerospace company, thus betting the money on the company's failure; character only known by alias
58. Movie; 90s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; was scolded for calling someone the Evil Queen of Numbers
59. Movie; 90s; Chinese; Military General; People's Liberation Army; intended to wipe out the Chinese top politicians and military officers with nuclear rocket and, afterwards, take over the government in China
60. Movie; 60s; British; Air Force group captain; Royal Air Force; one of the men responsible for overseeing the recovery of atomic weapons hijacked by SPECTRE
61. Movie; 10s-20s; British; psychologist; Secret Intelligence Service; examined someone's mental health after he came back to MI6.
62. Movie; 10s-20s; French; mercenary, assassin; Recurring-A only if you count picture; SPECTRE; upon discovering that he was being tailed, initiated a high speed car chase that attracted the attention of several local police officers
63. Movie; 70s; British; helicopter pilot, personal assistant; major villain; flirted with someone she tried to kill
64. Movie; 90s; British; Deputy Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; helped bring Bond up to speed on the latest events and the parameters of his mission
65. Movie; 80s; German; geneticist turned horse breeder, head scientist; Nazi Germany, Soviet Union, Zorin Industries; experiments led to babieswho  were often psychotic in nature, but grew into children with gifted intelligence.  
66. Movie; 00s; British; Special Advisor to the Prime Minister, criminal operative; Quantum, British Government; one of several peoples attending a meeting during an opera performance
67. Movie; 60s; Italian; infiltrator; SPECTRE; hired to assassinate and impersonate NATO pilot
68. Movie; 80s; British/Greek; unrevealed; Independent; located assassin who killed her parents at the villa he owned near Madrid, Spain, and went there to exact her revenge
69. Movie; 00s; British; personal security detail, sleeper agent; Secret Intelligence Service, Quantum; mole who passed annual security checks and lie detector tests
70. Movie; 80s; Isthmian; bank secretary; Banco de Isthmus; when someone arrived to make a "small deposit" in the bank (in reality, almost $5 million), she helped her patron count his money.
71. Movie; 00; North Korean; Military General; Korean People's Army; wished for a peaceful reunification of Korea, whereas his son wanted war
73. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division; got himself expelled from Eton and other prestigious public schools before his mother, fed up, sent him to work for Reuters
74. Movie; 70s; Soviet; KGB agent; KGB; with another character, survived a fight with Bond in Egypt
75. Movie; 80s; Ukrainian SSR; General Secretary; Communist Party of the Soviet Union; oversaw a meeting of the Red Army military commissariat
76. TV Episode; 00s; American; professional gambler?; none?; was shocked by the name of a woman who showed up at the table he was sitting at at a casino
77. Movie; 00s; Italian; unrevealed; other character; persuaded boyfriend to assist Bond
78. Movie; 60s; American; professional gambler?; unrevealed; his secretary assisted a rival in cheating him in cards
79. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; unrevealed; unrevealed; someone was worried she'd trigger a code to a missile
80. Movie; 60s; Bahamian; intelligence operative, boating supplies shop owner; Secret Intelligence Service; operated from the basement of his boating supplies shop
81. Movie; 80s; British; secretary; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; helped investigate sniper in Bratislava
82. Movie; 60s; French; intelligence agency head; Deuxième Bureau; implored someone to come out of retirement to deal with org who has been eliminating agents
83. TV Episode; 50-60s; French?; intelligence operative; Soviet Union; threatended someone with a cane-gun
84. Movie; 70s; British?; diamond smuggler, missionary teacher; SPECTRE (unknowingly); transported diamonds off the continent in a hollowed-out Bible
85. TV Episode (later expanded on DVD); 00s; British (England)?; intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; fought three hooded opponents
87. Movie; 60s; Japanese; Head of Secret Service; Japanese Secret Service; headquarters is inside an underground train that constantly travels around the Tokyo subway for his protection
88. Movie; 80s; Isthmian;  enforcer, henchman, advisor; Sanchez Cartel; with others, caught main villain's mistress with another man
89. Movie; 80s; American; police detective; Key West Police Department; investigated someone's maiming
90. Movie; 80s; Greek/British (born in Greece); unrevealed; unrevealed; mother of 68
91. Movie; 10s-20s; French; consultant psychiatrist; Recurring-A; Hoffler Klinik, SPECTRE, Quantum (latter two via familial association); Bond incorrectly believed she had doublecrossed him
92. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; maintenance and security officer/mechanic; major villain; unsuccessfully tried to flirt with someone
93. Movie; 00s; German; criminal operative; Quantum; met with someone in Venice to receive money
94. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative, astronaut; Central Intelligence Agency; spied on main villain
95. Movie; 60s; Italian; criminal operative; Recurring-C; SPECTRE; collected rare shark species for research and conservation purposes for marine institutes
98. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-A; SPECTRE; uncovered embezzlement and electrocuted the culprit
99. TV Episode; 80s; British (England)?; businessman, criminal; independent?; petted a rabbit stuffed animal
100. Movie; 60s; Chinese; technical liaison/nuclear fission specialist, intelligence operative; China; provided main villain with atomic bomb
101. Movie; 80s; British; representative; Foreign and Commonwealth Office; incoformed someone that another character's yacht, the Flying Saucer, was now heading for Nice, France
102. Movie; 80s; Belgian; henchman, professional assassin; Marseilles and Hong Kong drug syndicates; after being convicted of several particularly brutal murders, he was sentenced to life imprisonment in Namur Prison
103. Movie; 00s; British; personal assistant; Secret Intelligence Service; gagged upon seeing open-eyed corpse
104. Movie; 90s; Ukrainian SSR; head of security, terrorist; King Industries; bhelped Russian scientist smuggle Parahawks
105. Movie; 60s; Russian; cipher clerk; Soviet Armed Forces; with 37, colleage of major supporting character (in the movie, not series as a whole)
106. Movie; 70s; American; CIA agent; Central Intelligence Agency; posted around casino during risky diamond exchange
107. Movie; 70s; American; flying school owner?; own flying school; called someone for compensation after one of his places was destroyed
108. Movie; 00s; Bolivian; military lieutenant; other character; accompanied his commanding officer to Port-au-Prince, Haiti for his meeting with someone
109. Movie; 90s; British; construction magnate, oil magnate; King Industries; became a personal friend of major character after they read law together at Oxford
111. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; took part ina poker match
112. Movie; 90s; British; navy Fleet Commander; Royal Navy; received an urgent message from the Admiralty ordering the fleet to search for a nearby Stealth Ship
113. Movie; 60s; British; secretary; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; given the task of establishing a rigorous programme to train male agents to ignore the charms of women
114. Movie; 90s; American; Head of Special Projects, vice-president of media company; Carver Media Group Network; tasked to arrange and report any news of havoc that would earn lots of ratings
115. Movie; 90s; Azerbaijani/British (England); oil tycoon, socialite, CEO; King Industries; kidnapped in a scheme to extort a large sum from her father, who refused to pay the ransome
116. Movie; 60s; Jamaican; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland.
118. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; assassin, enforcer; major villains; knocked out gondola technician and tried to help kill two agents
119. Movie; 60s; Jamaican; shell diver; Independent; emerged from the sea collecting shells and singing "Under the Mango Tree"
120. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; guard; Zorin Industries; brought someone a helmet
121. TV Movie; 00s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division; during World War II was recruited as personal assistant to the Director of Naval Intelligence
122. Movie; 80s; American; international arms dealer, mercenary, drug dealer; West Point,
Belgian Congo; his military career was a failure, so he turned to arms dealing to organize his own personal military force
123. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player?; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; lost with a straight flush in a poker match
124. TV Movie; 80s; unable to determine; unable to determine; unable to determine; the page with with most info on her got taken down, but played by someone who played another character in a movie
126. Movie; 70s; Portuguese; gunsmith; independent; delivered golden bullets to someone at a casino
127. Movie; 60s; likely none; likely none; Recurring-D; independent?; later played by the same actor in non-Bond movies
128. TV Movie; 00s; British (England); socialite; Recurring-C; none?; wife of major character
129. Movie; 60s; Romani; tribal leader; Romani camp; spied on the Bulgars, reporting information back to his old friend
130. Movie; 60s; American?; copilot; Flying Circus; seen in flight from Switzerland to Kentucky
131. Movie; 90s; Russian; Military Colonel, commanding officer of a Soviet nuclear testing facility; CIS (СНГ) Military; commanded guards as the facility was being decommissioned
132. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Smersh; attempted to distract someone in baccarat game by performing elaborate magic tricks
133. Movie; 70s; Egyptian; intelligence informant; Secret Intelligence Service; advised someone  to contact a black market trader and then a businessman
134. Movie; 10s-20s; Portuguese or British?; intelligence operative turned cyber-terrorist; Secret Intelligence Service, SPECTRE; committed a series of terrorist attacks as part of a larger plan to publicly discredit and kill someone
135. Movie; 60s; British (England); navy commander, intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; impersonated someone in an effort to gain access to main villain
136. TV Seres (pre-Bond), TV Special (Bond); 00s (pre-Bond), 10s-20s (Bond); British; housewife turned apparent office cleaner; Recurring-D; apparently Secret Intelligence Service in this instance; spoke to bond on a screen
137. Movie; 90s; Russian; escort girl; other character; one of two such characters who entertained someone, the other being 41
138. Movie; 70s; Chinese; henchwoman; main villain; ordered to watch someone who was changing in plane bathroom
139. Movie; 60s; British; secret service employee; Secret Intelligence Service; began training to resist seductive women
140. Movie; 60s; German; bodyguard, criminal operative; SPECTRE; fed main villain's pet piranhas
141. Movie; 90s; unrevealed; stealth ship captain, security agent; Carver Media Group Network, Stealth Ship;  direct participant in plans to provoke a war between the United Kingdom and China
142. Movie; 70s; American; enforcer, acrobat; main villain; with 38, tasked with imprisoning reclusive billionaire
143. Movie; 80s; Nicaraguan; henchman, enforcer; Sanchez Cartel, Contras; with others, caught main villain's mistress with another man
145. Movie; 60s; American; enforcer; main villain;  in charge of gassing the members of the mafia with Nerve Gas
146. Movie; 90s; American; media executive; Carver Media Group Network; spoke to someone in a meeting giving an update via video uplink
147. Movie; 70s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; said in meeting that the CIA had verifed main villain's fingerprints on bullet
148. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; sent to keep and eye on someone and diamonds
149. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; terrorist; SPECTRE; participated in an attempt in Mexico to blow up a stadium
150. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army; with 218 and 303, invited to a demonstration of a new satellite that supposed could provide sunlight to areas of the world which lack it in order to promote agricultural development in cold climate countries
151. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; got caught up in a winning streak in a casino
152. Movie; 80s; Soviet; military general, intelligence operative; Soviet Union; faked his defection as part of an illicit arms and drug deal
153. Movie; 60s; Mexican; intelligence operative; Mexican Government?; congratulated someone on destroying heroin lab
154. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Central Intelligence Agency; shadowed Bond starting at Kingston Airport
155. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; circus leader, smuggler, henchwoman; Octopus Cult; cheated against a major in backgammon
156. Movie; 70s; American; navy captain; US Navy; ordered the destruction of main villain's submarine platform
157. Movie; 80s; American; geologist; Zorin Industries; previously employed as chief engineer in a South African gold mine, where a cave-in killed twenty miners
158. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-B; SPECTRE (unclear if still active at this point); targeted someone in a cemetery
159. Movie; 70s; American; customs officer; US Government; at Los Angeles International Airport, wanted to check the supposed body of someone's dead brother
160. Movie; 00s; Russian; arms dealer; other character; listed as deceased in file
161. Movie; 00s; Albanian; financier, criminal operative; Recurring-C (Recurring-A if you count a later image in cardboard cut-out); Quantum, SPECTRE (latter indirectly); banker who finances the world's terrorist organizations
163. Movie; 00s; Austrian?; criminal operative, assassin; Recurring-A; Quantum, SPECTRE; recurring adversaryn prior to thallium poisoning
164. Movie; 80s; German; mercenary, assassin; main villain; ordered top cut someone off as they were leaving biathlon course
166. TV Special; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; accompanied someone on helicopter ride
167. Movie; 00s; Italian; opera singer/actress or singer, depending on how you look at it; Recurring-D; none?; seen on stage in opera performance
168. Movie; 10s-20s; British; Member of Parliament, Home Secretary, minister of the court, president of the court; British Government; consistently negative about someone's actions during recent security crisis
169. Movie; 10s-20s; British; undercover agent; Secret Intelligence Service; one of five undercover agents whose cover was blown by someone after he uploaded images of them on a YouTube video
170. Movie (deleted scene); 70s; unrevealed; harpist; The Whyte House; played harp  from a floating island in a nearby swimming pool
171. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; targeted by someone sitting on a bed with him
172. Movie; 00s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; provided intel on someone recently deceased
173. Movie; 90s; Russian; KGB officer turned mafia boss, businessman; Recurring-A; KGB turned independent; years earlier was shot in the leg by someone who also stole his car and "his girl".
174. Movie; 60s; Soviet; Director of Military Intelligence; Soviet Embassy of Istanbul; seen in a conference at the embassy
175. Movie; 10s-20s; British; assistant; Secret Intelligence Service; assisted in an attempt to retrieve a hard drive
176. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; mercenary, professional assassin, enforcer; KGB; usually seen with personal stereo and strangulation is his preferred killing method
177. Movie; 80s; American; entrepreneur, marine researcher, narcotics smuggler; Sanchez Cartel, Ocean Exotica, Wavekrest Marine Research;  used his company, Wavekrest Marine Research, to move cocaine for drug cartel
178. Movie; 00s; Bolivian/Russian; intelligence operative; Bolivian Secret Service, independent; seeking revenge for the murder of her family by exiled dictator
179. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; scientist; Stromberg Shipping (contracted); one of two scientists  suspected y main villain of trying to sell the scaled-down photographic reproductions of submarine tracking system schematics to competing world powers
180. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); socialite; Recurring-C; none?; part of scheme to ply two Germans with drink and food in an attempt to learn how German U-boats made it through the British minefields near Norway
182. Movie; 60s; Australian; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland.
183. Movie; 10s-20s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; assigned to guard a safe drive containing information on undercover agents embedded into terrorist groups
184. Movie; 80s; Indian; bodyguard, enforcer; main villain; destroyed rigged dice someone used in a game of backgammon at a hotel casino
185. Movie; 60s; American; gangster; American Mafia; was promised one million dollars in stolen gold bullion but was doublecrossed
186. TV Episode; 50s-60s; Soviet; intelligence operative; SMERSH?; believed someone was trying to poison her with cyanide pills and tried to do the same back
187. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; tried to flee with fake Fabergé Egg he stole from circus
188. Movie; 90s; French; helicopter pilot; Eurocopter Tiger; did test flight of new helicopter prototype
189. Movie; 70s; American; stand-up comic; main villain; acted as part of diamond smuggling pipeline
190. TV Episode; 50s-60s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; encountered Russian spy while on holiday
191. Movie; 60s; British; quartermaster; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; replaced someone's Beretta 418 .25 pistol with a Walther PPK handgun
192. Movie; 00s; British; international liaison officer; Recurring-C (Recurring-A if you count archive footage); HM Treasury, Quantum, SPECTRE (latter indirectly); forced to act as double agent due to lover being taken hostage
193. TV Movie; 80s; British?; unable to determine; unable to determine; the page with with most info on her got taken down, but actress playing her has a middle name that is usually masculine when a first name
194. Movie; 80s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; with someone in part two, rescued someone from the Moroccan police in Tangiers
195. Movie; 90s; German; enforcer, torturer, head of security; Carver Media Group Network; shot at survivors of torpedoed ship
196. Movie; 80s; Soviet; assassin, circus performer; various characters; pinned someone to a cabin door with knives
197. Movie; 60s; French; assassin, secret society member; SPECTRE; faked death and posed as own widow
198. Movie; 60s; French; intelligence operative; Smersh; posed as a widow to try to discredit someone
199. Movie; 80s; British; spy ship crew member; Secret Intelligence Service; responsible for using the ATAC system when a mine hit the ship
200. Movie; 90s; British; navy lieutenant commander; Royal Navy; second-in-command of the British Type 23 frigate, HMS Devonshire
201. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Central Intelligence Agency; pointed out main villain emerging from hotel for daily card game
202. Movie; 60s; French; police inspector; French Special Police; met up with someone in a French pissoir
203. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; criminal operative; SPECTRE; pursued by someone during the Day of the Dead parade at the Zocalo in Mexico City
204. Movie; 70s; Thai; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; discussed the solex agitator with someone
205. Movie; 90s; British; media mogul; own company; attempted to provoke a war between the United Kingdom and China in order to destroy the Chinese government and use the new government to obtain exclusive broadcasting rights in China
206. Movie; 80s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed; offered somone sausage and beer
207. Movie; 60s; British/Dutch/Indonesian; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; uncovered a plan to sell compromising photographs of military leaders from the USA, USSR, China and Great Britain at an "art auction
208. Movie; 80s; unable to determine; nuclear physicist, henchman; SPECTRE; was neverous when speaking to one villain, thyough another villain acted more fatherly towards him
209. Movie; 70s; Thai; unrevealed; other character; seen skinny dipping in a pool
210. Movie; 00s; British (England); intelligence operative, publicist; Secret Intelligence Service, Graves Corporation; Harvard-educated, gold medal-winning Olympic fencer
211. Movie; 90s; Russian/Bosnian; anarchist terrorist; KGB turned independemt; conspired with billionaire heiress to monopolize the world's oil market for profit
212. Movie; 10s-20s; Mexican; field operative; Mexican Secret Service; accompanied someone at the Day of the Dead celebrations in Mexico City
213. Movie; 70s; Swedish; unrevealed; main villain; mistress of professional assassin
214. Movie; 60s; Cayman Islander; fisherman; various characters; helped collect rock samples from the island of Crab Key
215. Movie; 80s; American; Director of Oil and Mines; San Francisco City Hall; unwittingly aided psychotic industrialist in his plot to destroy Silicon Valley
216. Movie; 80s; British; assistant secretary; Secret Intelligence Service; was given a bouquet of carnations
217. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; unrevealed; unrevealed; wanted someone to "make love" to her
218. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army; with 150 and 303, invited to a demonstration of a new satellite that supposed could provide sunlight to areas of the world which lack it in order to promote agricultural development in cold climate countries
219. Movie; 80s; Cuban; freelance hitman; main villain; hoired to kill a family
220. TV Episode; 80s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-C; SPECTRE?; interviewed on talk show
221. TV Miniseries; 10s-20s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division; initially a mischievous playboy who is chasing women, collecting books and living off his family's fortune
222. Movie; 60s; Jamaican?; army general; Jamaican government; aided somone in investigation of main villain
223. Movie; 80s; Isthmian; national president; Isthmus, Sanchez Cartel;  he and others were bribed and intimidated into becoming thralls of drug baron and his cartel
224. Movie; 90s; Swiss; banker; La Banque Suisse de L'Industrie; involved in a number of deals with terrorists and other international criminals.
225. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; participated in casino poker match
226. Movie; 10s-20s; British; scientist; Secret Intelligence Service; with others, worked for over a decade on the creation of the nanonweapon Heracles
227. Movie; 60s; British; quartermaster, branch head; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; gave someone a case containing a throwing-knife, anti-tampering mechanism with a magnetised tear-gas cartridge (disguised as a tin of talcum powder), and fifty gold sovereigns
228. Movie; 90s; Canadian; navy admiral, representative; Canadian Armed Forces, Royal Canadian Navy; lured back to woman's yacht, the Manticore, for a night of fun
229. Movie; 70s; British (England)?; former intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; unlike other versions, this version is a villain
230. Movie; 60s; Scandinavian; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland
231. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence agency Head; American Secret Service, Central Intelligence Agency, FBI, possibly others; has a habit of introducing himself with a stream of "alphabet soup", including all the organisations and branches he is involved with
232. Movie; 80s; Japanese; narcotics agent posing as drug lord; Hong Kong Narcotics Agency; tasked with infiltrating drug lord's operations in Isthmus
233. Movie; 80s; Indian; station head; Secret Intelligence Service; escorrted someone to hotel, pointing out a palace along the way
234. Movie; 60s; British (England) but posing as Austrian; henchwoman posing as countess; other character; mistress of smuggler; sent to extract information from someone
235. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchwoman; main villain; escorted two characters to their rooms
236. TV Episode; 80s; British; agency head; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; upset by amounts on someone's bills
238. TV Episode; 90s; British; agency head; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; listened to a threat to blow up the White House or the Kingdome, or at least a tent near the latter
239. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; ordered killed by the ruler of San Monique
240. Movie; 80s; Chinese; drug dealer; own cartel?; with others, offered exclusive franchises in main villain's cocaine product, priced at one million US dollars per territory
241. Movie; 70s; American; professional gambler?; independent?; lost all his money in a vain attempt to win the affections of opportunist/hustler
242. Movie; 70s; Thai; businessman, industrialist; independent; hired assassin to kill scientist and recover an item
243. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; participated  in raid on Fort Knox
244. Movie; 80s; French; personal pilot; Drax Industries, Drax Airlines; provided someone with an aerial tour of someone else's property
245. Movie; 70s; British; diamond syndicate chairman; British Government; raised concerns with the Prime Minister regarding the increase in smuggling from South Afican mines, urging the British Secret Service to become involved
246. Movie; 80s; American; stockbroker turned accountant; Sanchez Cartel; questioned the financial aspects of someone's decisions.
247. Movie; 60s; British; taxi driver, intelligence operative; Foreign Office, Security Service; assisted someone in her infiltration of International Mother's Help in Berlin
248. Movie; 70s; San Monique; reptile handler, tribal chief; Voodoo Cult; eliminated someone's enemies via sacrifices
249. Movie; 90s; British; navy chief petty officer; Royal Navy; crew member of the British Type 23 frigate, HMS Devonshire
250. Movie; 70s; American; diamond smuggler; SPECTRE; claimed she was named after her (accidental) birthplace, where her parents were going through a choice of wedding bands
251. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); socialite; none?; mother of major character
252. Movie; 60s; French; bodyguard, assassin, secret society member; SPECTRE; waited for someone outside the chapel where the latter's fake funeral is taking place
253. Movie; 60s; British; air force group captain; Royal Air Force; responsible for overseeing a NATO training flight which was subsequently hijacked by SPECTRE
254. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; stand-up comic?; unrevealed; did a monologue on a beach
255. Movie; 70s; British; ballistics expert; Secret Intelligence Service; helped analyse the remains of the bullet that killed someone
256. Movie; 60s; German; personal assistant, criminal operative; SPECTRE; trapped someone on plane with a smoke bomb and a wooden restraint.
258. Movie; 00s; Canadian; intelligence operative; Canadian Security Intelligence Service; someone saved her from being compromised
259. Movie; 00s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed; mistook someone for a valet, and gave him his car keys in order to park his Range Rover
260. Movie; 80s; Soviet; assassin, circus knife-thrower; various characters; attacked someone with welding torch
261. Movie; 80s; Greek; henchman, smuggler; other character
262. TV Episode; 50s-60s; French; intelligence operative; Soviet Union
263. Movie; 60s; Turkish; station head; Secret Intelligence Service
264. Movie; 80s; Greek; guerilla soldier turned smuggler; Greek Resistance turned independent
265. Movie; 00s; Greek; government contractor; Quantum
266. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchman; SPECTRE
267. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; cultist, bodyguard; Octopus Cult
268. Movie; 80s; Greek; henchman, driver, assassin; main villain
269. Movie; 80s; American; drug enforcement operative; Drug Enforcement Administration
270. Movie; 70s; American;  would-be assistant to wealthy men; independent?
271. Movie; 60s; German; criminal, enforcer; Recurring-C; Red Lightning Tong turned SPECTRE
272. Movie; 70s; British; nuclear submarine staff officer/captain; Royal Navy
273. Movie; 70s; Thai; ninja; Martial Arts School
274. Movie; 60s; East German; spy trainer, assistant; Smersh
276. Movie; 70s; British; solar energy scientist; Secret Intelligence Service
277. Movie; 00s; Cuban; gene therapist, clinic director; La Clinica Alvarez
278. Movie; 10s-20s; French; criminal board member; SPECTRE
279. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; equestrian, enforcer; main villain
280. Movie; 60s; American; gangster; American Mafia
281. Movie; 60s; French; liaison; Secret Intelligence Service
282. Movie; 60s; American; actor, dancer; independent?
283. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency
285. Movie; 60s; Chinese–Jamaican; freelance photographer, spy; Daily Gleaner
286. Movie; 80s; Soviet; intelligence operative; KGB
287. Movie; 00s; British; section chief/double agent; Secret Intelligence Service
288. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; bodyguard, enforcer; main villain
289. Movie; 80s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed
290. Movie; 60s; American?; masseuse; Fontainebleau Miami Beach Hotel
291. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; bodyguard, enforcer; Quantum
292. Movie; 00s; Swiss; banker; James Bond Wiki suggests a casino he does business with but more likely his bank.
293. Movie; 80s; American; fisherman; own charter business
294. Movie; 80s; British; secret society member; Recurring-C; SPECTRE
295. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
296. Movie; 00s; French; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
297. Movie; 60s; Swiss; solicitor; main villain
298. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; hotel manager; unnamed hotel
299. Movie; 70s; American; ranger; Ranger Station 1
300. Movie; 70s; American; mortician, diamond smuggler; own company
301. Movie; 10s-20s; American; secret society member; SPECTRE
302. Movie; 60s; Japanese; sumo wrestler; presumed Dewanoumi
303. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army
304. Movie; 10s-20s; unrevealed; secret society member; SPECTRE
305. Movie; 90s; Japanese;  terrorist, chemical weapons expert; ADFL (Congolese Rebels in Zaire)  
306. Movie; 80s; Korean?; bodyguard, enforcer?; Recurring-C; unable to determine
307. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; security agent; SPECTRE
308. Movie; 10s-20s; British-French; none; none
309. Movie; 60s;American; entrepreneur; independent/own company
310. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchman; other character
311. TV Movie; 80s; German?; military general; National Socialist German Workers’ Party
312. Movie; 80s; French; enforcer, head of security, pilot; Zorin Industries
313. TV Movie; 80s; unable to determine; unable to determine; unable to determine
314. Movie; 80s; French; intelligence agent; French Secret Service
315. Movie; 60s; no citizenship; place of birth unrevealed; pet; Recurring-A or B (hard to tell because the movies tend to use multiple cats); main villain
316. Movie; 80s; Soviet; unrevealed; KGB
317. Movie; 90s; British; lab assistant turned quartermaster; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service
318. Movie; 10s-20s; Russian; terrorist leader, scientist, anarchist; independent
319. Movie; 60s; British; poultry farmer, sleeper agent (unknowingly); main villain (unknowingly)
320. Movie; 60s; British?; retired intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Smersh, Secret Intelligence Service
321. Movie; 90s; Russian; computer technician, cyber-terrorist; Janus Syndicate
322. Movie; 60s; American; scientist; W.W. Tectronics, G Section
323. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent
324. Movie; 60s; Chinese; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
325. Movie; 90s; Russian; lounge singer; unidentified St. Petersburg nightclub
326. Movie; 00s; Swiss; enforcer, criminal operative; Quantum, Greene Planet
327. Movie; 80s; American; diver, killer; Wavekrest Marine Research, Sanchez Cartel
328. Movie; 90s; unrevealed; television news presenter; Carver Media Group Network
329. Movie; 80s; British; quartermaster; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service
330. Movie; 70s; Italian; secretary; other character(s)
331. Movie; 00s; British; agency head; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service
332. Movie; 00s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service
333. Movie; 00s; French; environmentalist, criminal, company founder/head; Quantum, Greene Planet, SPECTRE (indirectly)
334. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; driver; Secret Intelligence Service
335. Movie; 80s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency
336. Movie; 00s; Algerian (but born in Egypt); intelligence operative, terrorist, honeytrap; Quantum, SPECTRE (indirectly)
337. Movie; 10s-20s; British; assistant; Secret Intelligence Service
338. Movie; 80s; American; drug enforcement agent; Drug Enforcement Administration
339. Movie; 10s-20s; Austrian; terrorist mastermind; Recurring-A; SPECTRE, Independent
340. Movie; 10s-20s; British; scientist; Secret Intelligence Service
341. Commercial; 90s; Polish?; unrevealed; Recurring-C; unrevealed if any
342. Movie; 00s; Italian; card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent
343. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)?; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?
344. Movie; 60s; East German; spy trainer; Smersh, International Mothers' Help
345. Movie; 90s; Russian; army major general; Armed Forces of the Russian Federation
346. Movie; 70s; American; unrevealed; unrevealed
347. Movie; 10s-20s; British; intelligence operative turned secretary; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service
348. Movie; 80s; Soviet; military lieutenant-general; USSR
349. Movie; 70s; French; henchwoman; main villain
350. Movie; 00s; Ugandan; resistance army commander; Lord's Resistance Army, Quantum
351. Movie; 10s-20s; Cuban; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency
352. Movie; 60s; Turkish; station agent; Secret Intelligence Service
353. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; scientist; Stromberg Shipping
354. Movie; 60s; Mexican; assassin, enforcer; other character
355. TV Episode; 00s; British?; unwilling criminal agent; Recurring-C; other character (unwillingly)
357. Movie; 80s; Greek; guerilla soldier turned heroin smuggler, intelligence operative; USSR, Great Britain, Greek Resistance (formerly), KGB
358. Movie; 60s; Soviet; cipher clerk, army corporal; Soviet Armed Forces, SPECTRE (Unknowingly)
359. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency
360. Movie; 60s; Soviet; embassy Chief of Security; Soviet Embassy of Istanbul
361. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative, laboratory assistant; Secret Intelligence Service
362. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; possible professional gambler; independent?
363. TV Movie; 10s-20s; British (England); model; likely modeling agency
364. Movie; 70s; Soviet; intelligence operative; KGB
365. Movie; 00s; American; military general; American army
366. Movie; 60s; British; navy chief petty officer; Royal Navy
367. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; criminal associate; Quantum
368. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; criminal operative, professional assassin;  SPECTRE
369. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; criminal operative?; unrevealed
370. Movie; 00s; British; field agent; Secret Intelligence Service
371. Movie; 00s; American; section chief; Central Intelligence Agency
372. Movie; 00s; Bolivian; army general; Bolivia

 


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Re: Gotta Catch 'em All Challenge 62 Collage 50 James Bond Live 1 of 2

Adding character specific clues to 335

See first post for explamation of Recurring categories.

1. Movie; 00s; Russian; politician, secret society member; Quantum, Russian Government; one of several peoples attending a meeting during an opera performance
2. Movie; 80s; Afghan; Deputy Commander of the Eastern District; Mujaheddin, Snow Leopard Brotherhood; freed by Bond from a prison during Bond's own escape attempt
3. Movie; 70s; British (England); diamond smuggler, transport consultant; major villain (unknowingly); impersonated by Bond
4. Movie; 70s; American; astronaut; W Technologies; astronaut testing or training on Whyte-manufactured moon landing equipment
5. Movie; 70s; San Monique; crime kingpin, politician; Voodoo Cult; using poppies, hoped to flood the U.S. market with two tonnes of heroin distributed through his legitimate restaurants free of charge, thus forcing other drug dealers out of business.
6. Movie; 80s; Soviet; KGB General; KGB; Bond was set to kill him but was distristful about the reasons
8. Movie; 70s; American; flying school student; Bleeker Flying School; was in a plane that was targeted by henchmen
9. TV Episode; 50s-60s; British; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; British Intelligence; gave someone 32 million francs to allow him to keep playing in a casino
10. Movie; 90s; Russian; atomic scientist; Russian Atomic Energy Department; gave someone  a plane necessary to steal a nuclear weapon set to be dismantled in Kazakhstan
12. Movie; 80s; British; butler, security operative; Secret Intelligence Service; discovered assassins dumping a cook's body into a chest freezer
13. Movie; 80s; East German; intelligence operative, biathlete; KGB; young woman was interested in him but he only scowled at her
14. Movie; 90s; French; helicopter pilot; Eurocopter Tiger; captain of new helicopter prototype
15. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; had blood thrown at him
16. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; professional assassin, criminal operative; Recurring-C; SPECTRE; deployed in order to protect the secrecy of SPECTRE's plot
17. Movie; 00s; Japanese; chemical engineer; other character; seen only in a photo, along with 160 and someone in part 2
18. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; diamond trader; other character; contracted to supply rogue colonel with African conflict diamonds in exchange for weaponry.
19. Movie; 90s; Russian; programmer;  none; unknowingly friends with a villain, whom she saw as an annoying little brother
20. Movie; 60s; Chinese; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland.
21. Movie; 60s; British?; adjutant; other character; newspaper hints that this character was intended to have a larger role in the film; instead was just present in a meeting between Bond and another character
22. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; tasked with arresting rogue agent dead or alive
23. Movie; 60s; Japanese; intelligence operative; Japanese Secret Service; helped someone with ninja training and pretending to be Japanese
24. Movie; 80s; British (England); high ranking politician; Recurring-D; British Government, Conservative Party; based on real person
25. Movie; 70s; American; technology firm administrator; W.W. Tectronics; under his watch his company constructed an orbital laser weapon
26. Movie; 80s; Italian; intelligence operative; British Secret Service; informed Bond about activities of a killer Bond was chasing.
27. Movie; 60s; Irish; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland.
28. Movie; 70s; South African; houseboy; missionary school; read to school children
29. Movie; 70s; Soviet; KGB General; KGB, Ministry of Foreign Affairs; recurring ally of MI6 despite being on opposite sides during the Cold war
30. Movie; 80s; Russian; curator; USSR; realized a piece of jewelry was a fake
31. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; businessman in novelization; other character; was involved with main villain's mistress
32. Movie; 10s-20s; British; criminal operative; SPECTRE; attended a "birthday" festivity in Cuba
34. Movie; 60s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-A if you count repeating footage, otherwise Recurring-B; Royal Navy, Secret Intelligence Service; targeted by unseen assailant whom he shot
35. Movie; 90s; British; navy captain; Royal Navy; his ship was remotely meaconed off-course into Chinese-held waters by techno-terrorist
36. Movie; 80s; American; state geologist; State of California; her father passed before he could train her how to effectively maintiain control over the family oil company
37. Movie; 60s; Russian; cipher clerk; Soviet Armed Forces; with 105, colleage of major supporting character (in the movie, not series as a whole)
38. Movie; 70s; American; enforcer, acrobat; major villain; with 142, tasked with imprisoning reclusive billionaire
40. Movie; 70s; American; state trooper; Louisiana State Police; helped sheriff try to to catch people on the river
41. Movie; 90s; Russian; escort girl; other character; one of two such characters who entertained someone, the other being 137
42. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)?; intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; unlike other versions of this character, could not hold his liquor
43. Movie; 90s; American; media executive; Carver Media Group Network; tasked to arrange and report any news of havoc that would earn lots of ratings
44. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; honeytrap, intelligence operative; Smersh; masqueraded as a daughter of a late "MI5" head and is only identifiable by pseudonym
45. Movie; 80s; American; Air Force commanding officer; U.S. Air Force; enjoyed a circus performance
47. Movie; 00s; British; intelligence contact; other character; spotted someone shadowing him as he watched a cricket match
48. Movie; 80s; no citizenship; place of birth unrevealed; pet; Recurring-B; major villain; abandoned his human after the latter's plot went awry
49. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); intelligence operative; British Security Coordination; took someone to a bar that was considered a bit of a dive
50. Movie; 70s; British; navy captain; Royal Navy; with his nuclear submarine crew, taken captive by main villain
51. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; terrorist, bomb maker; major villain; attended a mongoose/snake fight in Madagascar
52. Movie; 70s; American; sheriff; Recurring-A; Louisiana State Police; after previously pursuiing someone, encountered them again while on vacation in Thailand
54. Movie; 80s; Soviet; bomb expert; USSR; delivered a nuclear bomb to villains
55. Movie; 70s; Cuban; detective, sleeper agent/intelligence operative; independent;  loaned someone a 1957 Ford Fairlane to travel to Los Organos
56. Movie; 70s; Chinese; student?; karate school?; with sister, helped defeat martial arts students
57. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; terrorist, weapons manufacturer; Quantum; used a Ugandan warlord's money to short-sell stock in a promising aerospace company, thus betting the money on the company's failure; character only known by alias
58. Movie; 90s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; was scolded for calling someone the Evil Queen of Numbers
59. Movie; 90s; Chinese; Military General; People's Liberation Army; intended to wipe out the Chinese top politicians and military officers with nuclear rocket and, afterwards, take over the government in China
60. Movie; 60s; British; Air Force group captain; Royal Air Force; one of the men responsible for overseeing the recovery of atomic weapons hijacked by SPECTRE
61. Movie; 10s-20s; British; psychologist; Secret Intelligence Service; examined someone's mental health after he came back to MI6.
62. Movie; 10s-20s; French; mercenary, assassin; Recurring-A only if you count picture; SPECTRE; upon discovering that he was being tailed, initiated a high speed car chase that attracted the attention of several local police officers
63. Movie; 70s; British; helicopter pilot, personal assistant; major villain; flirted with someone she tried to kill
64. Movie; 90s; British; Deputy Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; helped bring Bond up to speed on the latest events and the parameters of his mission
65. Movie; 80s; German; geneticist turned horse breeder, head scientist; Nazi Germany, Soviet Union, Zorin Industries; experiments led to babieswho  were often psychotic in nature, but grew into children with gifted intelligence.  
66. Movie; 00s; British; Special Advisor to the Prime Minister, criminal operative; Quantum, British Government; one of several peoples attending a meeting during an opera performance
67. Movie; 60s; Italian; infiltrator; SPECTRE; hired to assassinate and impersonate NATO pilot
68. Movie; 80s; British/Greek; unrevealed; Independent; located assassin who killed her parents at the villa he owned near Madrid, Spain, and went there to exact her revenge
69. Movie; 00s; British; personal security detail, sleeper agent; Secret Intelligence Service, Quantum; mole who passed annual security checks and lie detector tests
70. Movie; 80s; Isthmian; bank secretary; Banco de Isthmus; when someone arrived to make a "small deposit" in the bank (in reality, almost $5 million), she helped her patron count his money.
71. Movie; 00; North Korean; Military General; Korean People's Army; wished for a peaceful reunification of Korea, whereas his son wanted war
73. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division; got himself expelled from Eton and other prestigious public schools before his mother, fed up, sent him to work for Reuters
74. Movie; 70s; Soviet; KGB agent; KGB; with another character, survived a fight with Bond in Egypt
75. Movie; 80s; Ukrainian SSR; General Secretary; Communist Party of the Soviet Union; oversaw a meeting of the Red Army military commissariat
76. TV Episode; 00s; American; professional gambler?; none?; was shocked by the name of a woman who showed up at the table he was sitting at at a casino
77. Movie; 00s; Italian; unrevealed; other character; persuaded boyfriend to assist Bond
78. Movie; 60s; American; professional gambler?; unrevealed; his secretary assisted a rival in cheating him in cards
79. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; unrevealed; unrevealed; someone was worried she'd trigger a code to a missile
80. Movie; 60s; Bahamian; intelligence operative, boating supplies shop owner; Secret Intelligence Service; operated from the basement of his boating supplies shop
81. Movie; 80s; British; secretary; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; helped investigate sniper in Bratislava
82. Movie; 60s; French; intelligence agency head; Deuxième Bureau; implored someone to come out of retirement to deal with org who has been eliminating agents
83. TV Episode; 50-60s; French?; intelligence operative; Soviet Union; threatended someone with a cane-gun
84. Movie; 70s; British?; diamond smuggler, missionary teacher; SPECTRE (unknowingly); transported diamonds off the continent in a hollowed-out Bible
85. TV Episode (later expanded on DVD); 00s; British (England)?; intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; fought three hooded opponents
87. Movie; 60s; Japanese; Head of Secret Service; Japanese Secret Service; headquarters is inside an underground train that constantly travels around the Tokyo subway for his protection
88. Movie; 80s; Isthmian;  enforcer, henchman, advisor; Sanchez Cartel; with others, caught main villain's mistress with another man
89. Movie; 80s; American; police detective; Key West Police Department; investigated someone's maiming
90. Movie; 80s; Greek/British (born in Greece); unrevealed; unrevealed; mother of 68
91. Movie; 10s-20s; French; consultant psychiatrist; Recurring-A; Hoffler Klinik, SPECTRE, Quantum (latter two via familial association); Bond incorrectly believed she had doublecrossed him
92. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; maintenance and security officer/mechanic; major villain; unsuccessfully tried to flirt with someone
93. Movie; 00s; German; criminal operative; Quantum; met with someone in Venice to receive money
94. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative, astronaut; Central Intelligence Agency; spied on main villain
95. Movie; 60s; Italian; criminal operative; Recurring-C; SPECTRE; collected rare shark species for research and conservation purposes for marine institutes
98. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-A; SPECTRE; uncovered embezzlement and electrocuted the culprit
99. TV Episode; 80s; British (England)?; businessman, criminal; independent?; petted a rabbit stuffed animal
100. Movie; 60s; Chinese; technical liaison/nuclear fission specialist, intelligence operative; China; provided main villain with atomic bomb
101. Movie; 80s; British; representative; Foreign and Commonwealth Office; incoformed someone that another character's yacht, the Flying Saucer, was now heading for Nice, France
102. Movie; 80s; Belgian; henchman, professional assassin; Marseilles and Hong Kong drug syndicates; after being convicted of several particularly brutal murders, he was sentenced to life imprisonment in Namur Prison
103. Movie; 00s; British; personal assistant; Secret Intelligence Service; gagged upon seeing open-eyed corpse
104. Movie; 90s; Ukrainian SSR; head of security, terrorist; King Industries; bhelped Russian scientist smuggle Parahawks
105. Movie; 60s; Russian; cipher clerk; Soviet Armed Forces; with 37, colleage of major supporting character (in the movie, not series as a whole)
106. Movie; 70s; American; CIA agent; Central Intelligence Agency; posted around casino during risky diamond exchange
107. Movie; 70s; American; flying school owner?; own flying school; called someone for compensation after one of his places was destroyed
108. Movie; 00s; Bolivian; military lieutenant; other character; accompanied his commanding officer to Port-au-Prince, Haiti for his meeting with someone
109. Movie; 90s; British; construction magnate, oil magnate; King Industries; became a personal friend of major character after they read law together at Oxford
111. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; took part ina poker match
112. Movie; 90s; British; navy Fleet Commander; Royal Navy; received an urgent message from the Admiralty ordering the fleet to search for a nearby Stealth Ship
113. Movie; 60s; British; secretary; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; given the task of establishing a rigorous programme to train male agents to ignore the charms of women
114. Movie; 90s; American; Head of Special Projects, vice-president of media company; Carver Media Group Network; tasked to arrange and report any news of havoc that would earn lots of ratings
115. Movie; 90s; Azerbaijani/British (England); oil tycoon, socialite, CEO; King Industries; kidnapped in a scheme to extort a large sum from her father, who refused to pay the ransome
116. Movie; 60s; Jamaican; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland.
118. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; assassin, enforcer; major villains; knocked out gondola technician and tried to help kill two agents
119. Movie; 60s; Jamaican; shell diver; Independent; emerged from the sea collecting shells and singing "Under the Mango Tree"
120. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; guard; Zorin Industries; brought someone a helmet
121. TV Movie; 00s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division; during World War II was recruited as personal assistant to the Director of Naval Intelligence
122. Movie; 80s; American; international arms dealer, mercenary, drug dealer; West Point,
Belgian Congo; his military career was a failure, so he turned to arms dealing to organize his own personal military force
123. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player?; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; lost with a straight flush in a poker match
124. TV Movie; 80s; unable to determine; unable to determine; unable to determine; the page with with most info on her got taken down, but played by someone who played another character in a movie
126. Movie; 70s; Portuguese; gunsmith; independent; delivered golden bullets to someone at a casino
127. Movie; 60s; likely none; likely none; Recurring-D; independent?; later played by the same actor in non-Bond movies
128. TV Movie; 00s; British (England); socialite; Recurring-C; none?; wife of major character
129. Movie; 60s; Romani; tribal leader; Romani camp; spied on the Bulgars, reporting information back to his old friend
130. Movie; 60s; American?; copilot; Flying Circus; seen in flight from Switzerland to Kentucky
131. Movie; 90s; Russian; Military Colonel, commanding officer of a Soviet nuclear testing facility; CIS (СНГ) Military; commanded guards as the facility was being decommissioned
132. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Smersh; attempted to distract someone in baccarat game by performing elaborate magic tricks
133. Movie; 70s; Egyptian; intelligence informant; Secret Intelligence Service; advised someone  to contact a black market trader and then a businessman
134. Movie; 10s-20s; Portuguese or British?; intelligence operative turned cyber-terrorist; Secret Intelligence Service, SPECTRE; committed a series of terrorist attacks as part of a larger plan to publicly discredit and kill someone
135. Movie; 60s; British (England); navy commander, intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; impersonated someone in an effort to gain access to main villain
136. TV Seres (pre-Bond), TV Special (Bond); 00s (pre-Bond), 10s-20s (Bond); British; housewife turned apparent office cleaner; Recurring-D; apparently Secret Intelligence Service in this instance; spoke to bond on a screen
137. Movie; 90s; Russian; escort girl; other character; one of two such characters who entertained someone, the other being 41
138. Movie; 70s; Chinese; henchwoman; main villain; ordered to watch someone who was changing in plane bathroom
139. Movie; 60s; British; secret service employee; Secret Intelligence Service; began training to resist seductive women
140. Movie; 60s; German; bodyguard, criminal operative; SPECTRE; fed main villain's pet piranhas
141. Movie; 90s; unrevealed; stealth ship captain, security agent; Carver Media Group Network, Stealth Ship;  direct participant in plans to provoke a war between the United Kingdom and China
142. Movie; 70s; American; enforcer, acrobat; main villain; with 38, tasked with imprisoning reclusive billionaire
143. Movie; 80s; Nicaraguan; henchman, enforcer; Sanchez Cartel, Contras; with others, caught main villain's mistress with another man
145. Movie; 60s; American; enforcer; main villain;  in charge of gassing the members of the mafia with Nerve Gas
146. Movie; 90s; American; media executive; Carver Media Group Network; spoke to someone in a meeting giving an update via video uplink
147. Movie; 70s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; said in meeting that the CIA had verifed main villain's fingerprints on bullet
148. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; sent to keep and eye on someone and diamonds
149. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; terrorist; SPECTRE; participated in an attempt in Mexico to blow up a stadium
150. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army; with 218 and 303, invited to a demonstration of a new satellite that supposed could provide sunlight to areas of the world which lack it in order to promote agricultural development in cold climate countries
151. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; got caught up in a winning streak in a casino
152. Movie; 80s; Soviet; military general, intelligence operative; Soviet Union; faked his defection as part of an illicit arms and drug deal
153. Movie; 60s; Mexican; intelligence operative; Mexican Government?; congratulated someone on destroying heroin lab
154. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Central Intelligence Agency; shadowed Bond starting at Kingston Airport
155. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; circus leader, smuggler, henchwoman; Octopus Cult; cheated against a major in backgammon
156. Movie; 70s; American; navy captain; US Navy; ordered the destruction of main villain's submarine platform
157. Movie; 80s; American; geologist; Zorin Industries; previously employed as chief engineer in a South African gold mine, where a cave-in killed twenty miners
158. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-B; SPECTRE (unclear if still active at this point); targeted someone in a cemetery
159. Movie; 70s; American; customs officer; US Government; at Los Angeles International Airport, wanted to check the supposed body of someone's dead brother
160. Movie; 00s; Russian; arms dealer; other character; listed as deceased in file
161. Movie; 00s; Albanian; financier, criminal operative; Recurring-C (Recurring-A if you count a later image in cardboard cut-out); Quantum, SPECTRE (latter indirectly); banker who finances the world's terrorist organizations
163. Movie; 00s; Austrian?; criminal operative, assassin; Recurring-A; Quantum, SPECTRE; recurring adversaryn prior to thallium poisoning
164. Movie; 80s; German; mercenary, assassin; main villain; ordered top cut someone off as they were leaving biathlon course
166. TV Special; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; accompanied someone on helicopter ride
167. Movie; 00s; Italian; opera singer/actress or singer, depending on how you look at it; Recurring-D; none?; seen on stage in opera performance
168. Movie; 10s-20s; British; Member of Parliament, Home Secretary, minister of the court, president of the court; British Government; consistently negative about someone's actions during recent security crisis
169. Movie; 10s-20s; British; undercover agent; Secret Intelligence Service; one of five undercover agents whose cover was blown by someone after he uploaded images of them on a YouTube video
170. Movie (deleted scene); 70s; unrevealed; harpist; The Whyte House; played harp  from a floating island in a nearby swimming pool
171. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; targeted by someone sitting on a bed with him
172. Movie; 00s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; provided intel on someone recently deceased
173. Movie; 90s; Russian; KGB officer turned mafia boss, businessman; Recurring-A; KGB turned independent; years earlier was shot in the leg by someone who also stole his car and "his girl".
174. Movie; 60s; Soviet; Director of Military Intelligence; Soviet Embassy of Istanbul; seen in a conference at the embassy
175. Movie; 10s-20s; British; assistant; Secret Intelligence Service; assisted in an attempt to retrieve a hard drive
176. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; mercenary, professional assassin, enforcer; KGB; usually seen with personal stereo and strangulation is his preferred killing method
177. Movie; 80s; American; entrepreneur, marine researcher, narcotics smuggler; Sanchez Cartel, Ocean Exotica, Wavekrest Marine Research;  used his company, Wavekrest Marine Research, to move cocaine for drug cartel
178. Movie; 00s; Bolivian/Russian; intelligence operative; Bolivian Secret Service, independent; seeking revenge for the murder of her family by exiled dictator
179. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; scientist; Stromberg Shipping (contracted); one of two scientists  suspected y main villain of trying to sell the scaled-down photographic reproductions of submarine tracking system schematics to competing world powers
180. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); socialite; Recurring-C; none?; part of scheme to ply two Germans with drink and food in an attempt to learn how German U-boats made it through the British minefields near Norway
182. Movie; 60s; Australian; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland.
183. Movie; 10s-20s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; assigned to guard a safe drive containing information on undercover agents embedded into terrorist groups
184. Movie; 80s; Indian; bodyguard, enforcer; main villain; destroyed rigged dice someone used in a game of backgammon at a hotel casino
185. Movie; 60s; American; gangster; American Mafia; with 280 and someone in part 2, was promised one million dollars in stolen gold bullion but was doublecrossed
186. TV Episode; 50s-60s; Soviet; intelligence operative; SMERSH?; believed someone was trying to poison her with cyanide pills and tried to do the same back
187. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; tried to flee with fake Fabergé Egg he stole from circus
188. Movie; 90s; French; helicopter pilot; Eurocopter Tiger; did test flight of new helicopter prototype
189. Movie; 70s; American; stand-up comic; main villain; acted as part of diamond smuggling pipeline
190. TV Episode; 50s-60s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; encountered Russian spy while on holiday
191. Movie; 60s; British; quartermaster; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; replaced someone's Beretta 418 .25 pistol with a Walther PPK handgun
192. Movie; 00s; British; international liaison officer; Recurring-C (Recurring-A if you count archive footage); HM Treasury, Quantum, SPECTRE (latter indirectly); forced to act as double agent due to lover being taken hostage
193. TV Movie; 80s; British?; unable to determine; unable to determine; the page with with most info on her got taken down, but actress playing her has a middle name that is usually masculine when a first name
194. Movie; 80s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; with someone in part two, rescued someone from the Moroccan police in Tangiers
195. Movie; 90s; German; enforcer, torturer, head of security; Carver Media Group Network; shot at survivors of torpedoed ship
196. Movie; 80s; Soviet; assassin, circus performer; various characters; pinned someone to a cabin door with knives
197. Movie; 60s; French; assassin, secret society member; SPECTRE; faked death and posed as own widow
198. Movie; 60s; French; intelligence operative; Smersh; posed as a widow to try to discredit someone
199. Movie; 80s; British; spy ship crew member; Secret Intelligence Service; responsible for using the ATAC system when a mine hit the ship
200. Movie; 90s; British; navy lieutenant commander; Royal Navy; second-in-command of the British Type 23 frigate, HMS Devonshire
201. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Central Intelligence Agency; pointed out main villain emerging from hotel for daily card game
202. Movie; 60s; French; police inspector; French Special Police; met up with someone in a French pissoir
203. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; criminal operative; SPECTRE; pursued by someone during the Day of the Dead parade at the Zocalo in Mexico City
204. Movie; 70s; Thai; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; discussed the solex agitator with someone
205. Movie; 90s; British; media mogul; own company; attempted to provoke a war between the United Kingdom and China in order to destroy the Chinese government and use the new government to obtain exclusive broadcasting rights in China
206. Movie; 80s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed; offered somone sausage and beer
207. Movie; 60s; British/Dutch/Indonesian; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; uncovered a plan to sell compromising photographs of military leaders from the USA, USSR, China and Great Britain at an "art auction
208. Movie; 80s; unable to determine; nuclear physicist, henchman; SPECTRE; was neverous when speaking to one villain, thyough another villain acted more fatherly towards him
209. Movie; 70s; Thai; unrevealed; other character; seen skinny dipping in a pool
210. Movie; 00s; British (England); intelligence operative, publicist; Secret Intelligence Service, Graves Corporation; Harvard-educated, gold medal-winning Olympic fencer
211. Movie; 90s; Russian/Bosnian; anarchist terrorist; KGB turned independemt; conspired with billionaire heiress to monopolize the world's oil market for profit
212. Movie; 10s-20s; Mexican; field operative; Mexican Secret Service; accompanied someone at the Day of the Dead celebrations in Mexico City
213. Movie; 70s; Swedish; unrevealed; main villain; mistress of professional assassin
214. Movie; 60s; Cayman Islander; fisherman; various characters; helped collect rock samples from the island of Crab Key
215. Movie; 80s; American; Director of Oil and Mines; San Francisco City Hall; unwittingly aided psychotic industrialist in his plot to destroy Silicon Valley
216. Movie; 80s; British; assistant secretary; Secret Intelligence Service; was given a bouquet of carnations
217. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; unrevealed; unrevealed; wanted someone to "make love" to her
218. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army; with 150 and 303, invited to a demonstration of a new satellite that supposed could provide sunlight to areas of the world which lack it in order to promote agricultural development in cold climate countries
219. Movie; 80s; Cuban; freelance hitman; main villain; hoired to kill a family
220. TV Episode; 80s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-C; SPECTRE?; interviewed on talk show
221. TV Miniseries; 10s-20s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division; initially a mischievous playboy who is chasing women, collecting books and living off his family's fortune
222. Movie; 60s; Jamaican?; army general; Jamaican government; aided somone in investigation of main villain
223. Movie; 80s; Isthmian; national president; Isthmus, Sanchez Cartel;  he and others were bribed and intimidated into becoming thralls of drug baron and his cartel
224. Movie; 90s; Swiss; banker; La Banque Suisse de L'Industrie; involved in a number of deals with terrorists and other international criminals.
225. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; participated in casino poker match
226. Movie; 10s-20s; British; scientist; Secret Intelligence Service; with others, worked for over a decade on the creation of the nanonweapon Heracles
227. Movie; 60s; British; quartermaster, branch head; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; gave someone a case containing a throwing-knife, anti-tampering mechanism with a magnetised tear-gas cartridge (disguised as a tin of talcum powder), and fifty gold sovereigns
228. Movie; 90s; Canadian; navy admiral, representative; Canadian Armed Forces, Royal Canadian Navy; lured back to woman's yacht, the Manticore, for a night of fun
229. Movie; 70s; British (England)?; former intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; unlike other versions, this version is a villain
230. Movie; 60s; Scandinavian; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland
231. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence agency Head; American Secret Service, Central Intelligence Agency, FBI, possibly others; has a habit of introducing himself with a stream of "alphabet soup", including all the organisations and branches he is involved with
232. Movie; 80s; Japanese; narcotics agent posing as drug lord; Hong Kong Narcotics Agency; tasked with infiltrating drug lord's operations in Isthmus
233. Movie; 80s; Indian; station head; Secret Intelligence Service; escorrted someone to hotel, pointing out a palace along the way
234. Movie; 60s; British (England) but posing as Austrian; henchwoman posing as countess; other character; mistress of smuggler; sent to extract information from someone
235. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchwoman; main villain; escorted two characters to their rooms
236. TV Episode; 80s; British; agency head; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; upset by amounts on someone's bills
238. TV Episode; 90s; British; agency head; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; listened to a threat to blow up the White House or the Kingdome, or at least a tent near the latter
239. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; ordered killed by the ruler of San Monique
240. Movie; 80s; Chinese; drug dealer; own cartel?; with others, offered exclusive franchises in main villain's cocaine product, priced at one million US dollars per territory
241. Movie; 70s; American; professional gambler?; independent?; lost all his money in a vain attempt to win the affections of opportunist/hustler
242. Movie; 70s; Thai; businessman, industrialist; independent; hired assassin to kill scientist and recover an item
243. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; participated  in raid on Fort Knox
244. Movie; 80s; French; personal pilot; Drax Industries, Drax Airlines; provided someone with an aerial tour of someone else's property
245. Movie; 70s; British; diamond syndicate chairman; British Government; raised concerns with the Prime Minister regarding the increase in smuggling from South Afican mines, urging the British Secret Service to become involved
246. Movie; 80s; American; stockbroker turned accountant; Sanchez Cartel; questioned the financial aspects of someone's decisions.
247. Movie; 60s; British; taxi driver, intelligence operative; Foreign Office, Security Service; assisted someone in her infiltration of International Mother's Help in Berlin
248. Movie; 70s; San Monique; reptile handler, tribal chief; Voodoo Cult; eliminated someone's enemies via sacrifices
249. Movie; 90s; British; navy chief petty officer; Royal Navy; crew member of the British Type 23 frigate, HMS Devonshire
250. Movie; 70s; American; diamond smuggler; SPECTRE; claimed she was named after her (accidental) birthplace, where her parents were going through a choice of wedding bands
251. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); socialite; none?; mother of major character
252. Movie; 60s; French; bodyguard, assassin, secret society member; SPECTRE; waited for someone outside the chapel where the latter's fake funeral is taking place
253. Movie; 60s; British; air force group captain; Royal Air Force; responsible for overseeing a NATO training flight which was subsequently hijacked by SPECTRE
254. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; stand-up comic?; unrevealed; did a monologue on a beach
255. Movie; 70s; British; ballistics expert; Secret Intelligence Service; helped analyse the remains of the bullet that killed someone
256. Movie; 60s; German; personal assistant, criminal operative; SPECTRE; trapped someone on plane with a smoke bomb and a wooden restraint.
258. Movie; 00s; Canadian; intelligence operative; Canadian Security Intelligence Service; someone saved her from being compromised
259. Movie; 00s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed; mistook someone for a valet, and gave him his car keys in order to park his Range Rover
260. Movie; 80s; Soviet; assassin, circus knife-thrower; various characters; attacked someone with welding torch
261. Movie; 80s; Greek; henchman, smuggler; other character; aids someone in fight to stop Soviet agents in Greece
262. TV Episode; 50s-60s; French; intelligence operative; Soviet Union; henchman for main villain
263. Movie; 60s; Turkish; fisherman turned station head; Secret Intelligence Service; years ago infiltrated a traveling circus, working as a strongman and wrestler, and spied on the Russians, pretending he didn't know the language
264. Movie; 80s; Greek; guerilla soldier turned smuggler; Greek Resistance turned independent; red herring character in terms of main villain
265. Movie; 00s; Greek; government contractor; Quantum; beaten in a game of poker three kings to three aces
266. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchman; SPECTRE; imposter used in training exercise
267. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; cultist, bodyguard; Octopus Cult; tasked with taking someone to their room
268. Movie; 80s; Greek; henchman, driver, assassin; main villain; participated in the finding of St. Georges (a ship)
269. Movie; 80s; American; drug enforcement operative; Drug Enforcement Administration; informed by someone over the phone that his boss had been maimed
270. Movie; 70s; American;  would-be assistant to wealthy men; independent?; upon stating her first name was told "You certainly are".
271. Movie; 60s; German; criminal, enforcer; Recurring-C; Red Lightning Tong turned SPECTRE; first seen at the Shrublands health spa
272. Movie; 70s; British; nuclear submarine staff officer/captain; Royal Navy; British nuclear submarine staff officer who is the first to learn about the mysterious disappearance of the HMS Ranger
273. Movie; 70s; Thai; ninja; Martial Arts School; student in the training school of wealthy industrialist
274. Movie; 60s; East German; spy trainer, assistant; Smersh; when he gets overexcited, this heart causes him trouble and to go too fast
276. Movie; 70s; British; solar energy scientist; Secret Intelligence Service;  employed by Thai multi-millionaire industrialist to develop a solution to the world's ongoing energy crisis
277. Movie; 00s; Cuban; gene therapist, clinic director; La Clinica Alvarez; corrupt director of the DNA replacement therapy clinic, La Clinica Alvarez, on the Isla de Los Organos, Cuba, who helped North Korean military officer and smuggler change identity
278. Movie; 10s-20s; French; criminal board member; SPECTRE; one of the SPECTRE board members who secretly met at the Palazzo Cadenza in Rome following the death of an operative
279. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; equestrian, enforcer; main villain; in San Francisco City Hall, after a murder, appeared in the doorway with petrol canisters and begins to douse the carpeting so the building can be set aflame
280. Movie; 60s; American; gangster; American Mafia; with 185 and someone in part 2, was promised one million dollars in stolen gold bullion but was doublecrossed
281. Movie; 60s; French; liaison; Secret Intelligence Service; attended a funeral
282. Movie; 60s; American; actor, dancer; independent?; shot by backwards firing gun
283. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency;m helped someone find a hijacked plane that was carrying two atomic bombs, which they eventually find along with the corpse of the phony NATO observer
285. Movie; 60s; Chinese–Jamaican; freelance photographer, spy; Daily Gleaner; employed by main villain to spy on someone
286. Movie; 80s; Soviet; intelligence operative; KGB; taped an incriminating conversation between main villain and his oil company chief
287. Movie; 00s; British; section chief/double agent; Secret Intelligence Service; corrupt MI6 section chief in Prague, Czech Republic
288. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; bodyguard, enforcer; main villain;  present in the Bahamas on-board Le Chiffre's luxury yacht, as the main villain plays poker
289. Movie; 80s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed; thoguht someone was crazy for turning down sausage and beer
290. Movie; 60s; American?; masseuse; Fontainebleau Miami Beach Hotel; was slapped on the behind as she left the man she was massaging so he could have a private conversation with someone else
291. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; bodyguard, enforcer; Quantum; helped main villain  reclaim $101,206,000 due to a failed plot to sabotage an aerospace company
292. Movie; 00s; Swiss; banker; James Bond Wiki suggests a casino he does business with but more likely his bank; responsible for all monetary transactions during and after tournaments at a casino
293. Movie; 80s; American; fisherman; own charter business; attended a wedding
294. Movie; 80s; British; secret society member; Recurring-C; SPECTRE; reported that the criminal organisation earned £250,000 as a consultation fee for the Great Train Robbery of 1963
295. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; trying to sneak into a place, was detected due to a flock of birds near him catching the guards' attention
296. Movie; 00s; French; intelligence operative; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; was falsely believed by Bond to have doublecrossed him
297. Movie; 60s; Swiss; solicitor; main villain; acted as a middle-man between the College of Arms and the main villain
298. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; hotel manager; unnamed hotel; very helpful man and gave the best of his guests
299. Movie; 70s; American; ranger; Ranger Station 1; owned the fastest boat in the bayou and worked for the State Wildlife Department Ranger Station 1
300. Movie; 70s; American; mortician, diamond smuggler; own company;  part of the diamond smuggling pipeline from South Africa via Europe
301. Movie; 10s-20s; American; secret society member; SPECTRE; at a meeting, listened to reports of the attacks on Hamburg and Indonesia
302. Movie; 60s; Japanese; sumo wrestler; presumed Dewanoumi; gave someone tickets to a match
303. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army; with 150 and 218, invited to a demonstration of a new satellite that supposed could provide sunlight to areas of the world which lack it in order to promote agricultural development in cold climate
304. Movie; 10s-20s; unrevealed; secret society member; SPECTRE; present at the SPECTRE meeting at the Palazzo Cadenza in Rome
305. Movie; 90s; Japanese;  terrorist, chemical weapons expert; ADFL (Congolese Rebels in Zaire); wanted for the Tokyo subway sarin gas attack
306. Movie; 80s; Korean?; bodyguard, enforcer?; Recurring-C; unable to determine; leapt off the Eiffel Tower with a parachute
307. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; security agent; SPECTRE; seen during the SPECTRE meeting in Rome
308. Movie; 10s-20s; British-French; none; none; daughter of major supporting character
309. Movie; 60s;American; entrepreneur; independent/own company; reclusive American billionaire industrialist whose vast business empire and identity are subsequently stolen by main villain
310. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchman; other character; attacked someone he later became an ally of in hotel home in Monte Carlo
311. TV Movie; 80s; German?; military general; National Socialist German Workers’ Party; main villain
312. Movie; 80s; French; enforcer, head of security, pilot; Zorin Industries; head of security for the illicit business dealings of billionaire industrialist
313. TV Movie; 80s; unable to determine; unable to determine; unable to determine; info sparse and I never watched this
314. Movie; 80s; French; intelligence agent; French Secret Service; Secret Service contact in the South of France
315. Movie; 60s; no citizenship; place of birth unrevealed; pet; Recurring-A or B (hard to tell because the movies tend to use multiple cats); main villain; in one instance another cat was mistaken for this one
316. Movie; 80s; Soviet; unrevealed; KGB; was partly stripped by someone to distract guards
317. Movie; 90s; British; lab assistant turned quartermaster; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; trained to replace another character
318. Movie; 10s-20s; Russian; terrorist leader, scientist, anarchist; independent; motivated to take down the criminal organisation SPECTRE for the deaths of his family at the hands of assassin
319. Movie; 60s; British; poultry farmer, sleeper agent (unknowingly); main villain (unknowingly); poultry allergy sufferer from Morecambe Bay, Lancashire
320. Movie; 60s; British?; retired intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Smersh, Secret Intelligence Service; former secret agent who has since become a multi-millionaire with a penchant for wearing ridiculously extravagant outfits at her office
321. Movie; 90s; Russian; computer technician, cyber-terrorist; Janus Syndicate; believed himself to be invincible
322. Movie; 60s; American; scientist; W.W. Tectronics, G Section; had been working for the company in "G section" for three years and was part of a team constructing an orbital laser weapon
323. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; took part in a poker match at a casino in Montenegro
324. Movie; 60s; Chinese; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; argued with someone about the taste of the Chinese being different than all other women
325. Movie; 90s; Russian; lounge singer; unidentified St. Petersburg nightclub; worked as a singer at club in St. Petersburg, but appeared to be completely tone deaf
326. Movie; 00s; Swiss; enforcer, criminal operative; Quantum, Greene Planet; tasked with assisting mission to secure a resource-rich patch of land in Latin America by funding the overthrow of the Bolivian president in favor for exiled Bolivian General
327. Movie; 80s; American; diver, killer; Wavekrest Marine Research, Sanchez Cartel; murdered a friend of Bond's
328. Movie; 90s; unrevealed; television news presenter; Carver Media Group Network; present during a party at Hamburg media center, celebrating the launch of a new CMGN satellite
329. Movie; 80s; British; quartermaster; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; felt that things had been dull in the absense of another character
330. Movie; 70s; Italian; secretary; other character(s); secretary to Egyptian black market trader
331. Movie; 00s; British; agency head; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; sent someone to execute a duplicitous station chief in Prague, Czech Republic and his informant
332. Movie; 00s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; tripped and fell into the crowd while chasing someone
333. Movie; 00s; French; environmentalist, criminal, company founder/head; Recurring-A; Quantum, Greene Planet, SPECTRE (indirectly); spearheading the Tierra Project in Bolivia
334. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; driver; Secret Intelligence Service; drove someone to the circus in East Germany
335. Movie; 80s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; picked someone up after he arrived in New York
336. Movie; 00s; Algerian (but born in Egypt); intelligence operative, terrorist, honeytrap; Quantum, SPECTRE (indirectly)
337. Movie; 10s-20s; British; assistant; Secret Intelligence Service
338. Movie; 80s; American; drug enforcement agent; Drug Enforcement Administration
339. Movie; 10s-20s; Austrian; terrorist mastermind; Recurring-A; SPECTRE, Independent
340. Movie; 10s-20s; British; scientist; Secret Intelligence Service
341. Commercial; 90s; Polish?; unrevealed; Recurring-C; unrevealed if any
342. Movie; 00s; Italian; card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent
343. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)?; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?
344. Movie; 60s; East German; spy trainer; Smersh, International Mothers' Help
345. Movie; 90s; Russian; army major general; Armed Forces of the Russian Federation
346. Movie; 70s; American; unrevealed; unrevealed
347. Movie; 10s-20s; British; intelligence operative turned secretary; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service
348. Movie; 80s; Soviet; military lieutenant-general; USSR
349. Movie; 70s; French; henchwoman; main villain
350. Movie; 00s; Ugandan; resistance army commander; Lord's Resistance Army, Quantum
351. Movie; 10s-20s; Cuban; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency
352. Movie; 60s; Turkish; station agent; Secret Intelligence Service
353. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; scientist; Stromberg Shipping
354. Movie; 60s; Mexican; assassin, enforcer; other character
355. TV Episode; 00s; British?; unwilling criminal agent; Recurring-C; other character (unwillingly)
357. Movie; 80s; Greek; guerilla soldier turned heroin smuggler, intelligence operative; USSR, Great Britain, Greek Resistance (formerly), KGB
358. Movie; 60s; Soviet; cipher clerk, army corporal; Soviet Armed Forces, SPECTRE (Unknowingly)
359. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency
360. Movie; 60s; Soviet; embassy Chief of Security; Soviet Embassy of Istanbul
361. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative, laboratory assistant; Secret Intelligence Service
362. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; possible professional gambler; independent?
363. TV Movie; 10s-20s; British (England); model; likely modeling agency
364. Movie; 70s; Soviet; intelligence operative; KGB
365. Movie; 00s; American; military general; American army
366. Movie; 60s; British; navy chief petty officer; Royal Navy
367. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; criminal associate; Quantum
368. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; criminal operative, professional assassin;  SPECTRE
369. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; criminal operative?; unrevealed
370. Movie; 00s; British; field agent; Secret Intelligence Service
371. Movie; 00s; American; section chief; Central Intelligence Agency
372. Movie; 00s; Bolivian; army general; Bolivia

 


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Re: Gotta Catch 'em All Challenge 62 Collage 50 James Bond Live 1 of 2

Adding remaining character specific clues

See first post for explamation of Recurring categories.

1. Movie; 00s; Russian; politician, secret society member; Quantum, Russian Government; one of several peoples attending a meeting during an opera performance
2. Movie; 80s; Afghan; Deputy Commander of the Eastern District; Mujaheddin, Snow Leopard Brotherhood; freed by Bond from a prison during Bond's own escape attempt
3. Movie; 70s; British (England); diamond smuggler, transport consultant; major villain (unknowingly); impersonated by Bond
4. Movie; 70s; American; astronaut; W Technologies; astronaut testing or training on Whyte-manufactured moon landing equipment
5. Movie; 70s; San Monique; crime kingpin, politician; Voodoo Cult; using poppies, hoped to flood the U.S. market with two tonnes of heroin distributed through his legitimate restaurants free of charge, thus forcing other drug dealers out of business.
6. Movie; 80s; Soviet; KGB General; KGB; Bond was set to kill him but was distristful about the reasons
8. Movie; 70s; American; flying school student; Bleeker Flying School; was in a plane that was targeted by henchmen
9. TV Episode; 50s-60s; British; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; British Intelligence; gave someone 32 million francs to allow him to keep playing in a casino
10. Movie; 90s; Russian; atomic scientist; Russian Atomic Energy Department; gave someone  a plane necessary to steal a nuclear weapon set to be dismantled in Kazakhstan
12. Movie; 80s; British; butler, security operative; Secret Intelligence Service; discovered assassins dumping a cook's body into a chest freezer
13. Movie; 80s; East German; intelligence operative, biathlete; KGB; young woman was interested in him but he only scowled at her
14. Movie; 90s; French; helicopter pilot; Eurocopter Tiger; captain of new helicopter prototype
15. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; had blood thrown at him
16. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; professional assassin, criminal operative; Recurring-C; SPECTRE; deployed in order to protect the secrecy of SPECTRE's plot
17. Movie; 00s; Japanese; chemical engineer; other character; seen only in a photo, along with 160 and someone in part 2
18. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; diamond trader; other character; contracted to supply rogue colonel with African conflict diamonds in exchange for weaponry.
19. Movie; 90s; Russian; programmer;  none; unknowingly friends with a villain, whom she saw as an annoying little brother
20. Movie; 60s; Chinese; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland.
21. Movie; 60s; British?; adjutant; other character; newspaper hints that this character was intended to have a larger role in the film; instead was just present in a meeting between Bond and another character
22. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; tasked with arresting rogue agent dead or alive
23. Movie; 60s; Japanese; intelligence operative; Japanese Secret Service; helped someone with ninja training and pretending to be Japanese
24. Movie; 80s; British (England); high ranking politician; Recurring-D; British Government, Conservative Party; based on real person
25. Movie; 70s; American; technology firm administrator; W.W. Tectronics; under his watch his company constructed an orbital laser weapon
26. Movie; 80s; Italian; intelligence operative; British Secret Service; informed Bond about activities of a killer Bond was chasing.
27. Movie; 60s; Irish; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland.
28. Movie; 70s; South African; houseboy; missionary school; read to school children
29. Movie; 70s; Soviet; KGB General; KGB, Ministry of Foreign Affairs; recurring ally of MI6 despite being on opposite sides during the Cold war
30. Movie; 80s; Russian; curator; USSR; realized a piece of jewelry was a fake
31. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; businessman in novelization; other character; was involved with main villain's mistress
32. Movie; 10s-20s; British; criminal operative; SPECTRE; attended a "birthday" festivity in Cuba
34. Movie; 60s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-A if you count repeating footage, otherwise Recurring-B; Royal Navy, Secret Intelligence Service; targeted by unseen assailant whom he shot
35. Movie; 90s; British; navy captain; Royal Navy; his ship was remotely meaconed off-course into Chinese-held waters by techno-terrorist
36. Movie; 80s; American; state geologist; State of California; her father passed before he could train her how to effectively maintiain control over the family oil company
37. Movie; 60s; Russian; cipher clerk; Soviet Armed Forces; with 105, colleage of major supporting character (in the movie, not series as a whole)
38. Movie; 70s; American; enforcer, acrobat; major villain; with 142, tasked with imprisoning reclusive billionaire
40. Movie; 70s; American; state trooper; Louisiana State Police; helped sheriff try to to catch people on the river
41. Movie; 90s; Russian; escort girl; other character; one of two such characters who entertained someone, the other being 137
42. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)?; intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; unlike other versions of this character, could not hold his liquor
43. Movie; 90s; American; media executive; Carver Media Group Network; tasked to arrange and report any news of havoc that would earn lots of ratings
44. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; honeytrap, intelligence operative; Smersh; masqueraded as a daughter of a late "MI5" head and is only identifiable by pseudonym
45. Movie; 80s; American; Air Force commanding officer; U.S. Air Force; enjoyed a circus performance
47. Movie; 00s; British; intelligence contact; other character; spotted someone shadowing him as he watched a cricket match
48. Movie; 80s; no citizenship; place of birth unrevealed; pet; Recurring-B; major villain; abandoned his human after the latter's plot went awry
49. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); intelligence operative; British Security Coordination; took someone to a bar that was considered a bit of a dive
50. Movie; 70s; British; navy captain; Royal Navy; with his nuclear submarine crew, taken captive by main villain
51. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; terrorist, bomb maker; major villain; attended a mongoose/snake fight in Madagascar
52. Movie; 70s; American; sheriff; Recurring-A; Louisiana State Police; after previously pursuiing someone, encountered them again while on vacation in Thailand
54. Movie; 80s; Soviet; bomb expert; USSR; delivered a nuclear bomb to villains
55. Movie; 70s; Cuban; detective, sleeper agent/intelligence operative; independent;  loaned someone a 1957 Ford Fairlane to travel to Los Organos
56. Movie; 70s; Chinese; student?; karate school?; with sister, helped defeat martial arts students
57. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; terrorist, weapons manufacturer; Quantum; used a Ugandan warlord's money to short-sell stock in a promising aerospace company, thus betting the money on the company's failure; character only known by alias
58. Movie; 90s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; was scolded for calling someone the Evil Queen of Numbers
59. Movie; 90s; Chinese; Military General; People's Liberation Army; intended to wipe out the Chinese top politicians and military officers with nuclear rocket and, afterwards, take over the government in China
60. Movie; 60s; British; Air Force group captain; Royal Air Force; one of the men responsible for overseeing the recovery of atomic weapons hijacked by SPECTRE
61. Movie; 10s-20s; British; psychologist; Secret Intelligence Service; examined someone's mental health after he came back to MI6.
62. Movie; 10s-20s; French; mercenary, assassin; Recurring-A only if you count picture; SPECTRE; upon discovering that he was being tailed, initiated a high speed car chase that attracted the attention of several local police officers
63. Movie; 70s; British; helicopter pilot, personal assistant; major villain; flirted with someone she tried to kill
64. Movie; 90s; British; Deputy Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; helped bring Bond up to speed on the latest events and the parameters of his mission
65. Movie; 80s; German; geneticist turned horse breeder, head scientist; Nazi Germany, Soviet Union, Zorin Industries; experiments led to babieswho  were often psychotic in nature, but grew into children with gifted intelligence.  
66. Movie; 00s; British; Special Advisor to the Prime Minister, criminal operative; Quantum, British Government; one of several peoples attending a meeting during an opera performance
67. Movie; 60s; Italian; infiltrator; SPECTRE; hired to assassinate and impersonate NATO pilot
68. Movie; 80s; British/Greek; unrevealed; Independent; located assassin who killed her parents at the villa he owned near Madrid, Spain, and went there to exact her revenge
69. Movie; 00s; British; personal security detail, sleeper agent; Secret Intelligence Service, Quantum; mole who passed annual security checks and lie detector tests
70. Movie; 80s; Isthmian; bank secretary; Banco de Isthmus; when someone arrived to make a "small deposit" in the bank (in reality, almost $5 million), she helped her patron count his money.
71. Movie; 00; North Korean; Military General; Korean People's Army; wished for a peaceful reunification of Korea, whereas his son wanted war
73. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division; got himself expelled from Eton and other prestigious public schools before his mother, fed up, sent him to work for Reuters
74. Movie; 70s; Soviet; KGB agent; KGB; with another character, survived a fight with Bond in Egypt
75. Movie; 80s; Ukrainian SSR; General Secretary; Communist Party of the Soviet Union; oversaw a meeting of the Red Army military commissariat
76. TV Episode; 00s; American; professional gambler?; none?; was shocked by the name of a woman who showed up at the table he was sitting at at a casino
77. Movie; 00s; Italian; unrevealed; other character; persuaded boyfriend to assist Bond
78. Movie; 60s; American; professional gambler?; unrevealed; his secretary assisted a rival in cheating him in cards
79. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; unrevealed; unrevealed; someone was worried she'd trigger a code to a missile
80. Movie; 60s; Bahamian; intelligence operative, boating supplies shop owner; Secret Intelligence Service; operated from the basement of his boating supplies shop
81. Movie; 80s; British; secretary; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; helped investigate sniper in Bratislava
82. Movie; 60s; French; intelligence agency head; Deuxième Bureau; implored someone to come out of retirement to deal with org who has been eliminating agents
83. TV Episode; 50-60s; French?; intelligence operative; Soviet Union; threatended someone with a cane-gun
84. Movie; 70s; British?; diamond smuggler, missionary teacher; SPECTRE (unknowingly); transported diamonds off the continent in a hollowed-out Bible
85. TV Episode (later expanded on DVD); 00s; British (England)?; intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; fought three hooded opponents
87. Movie; 60s; Japanese; Head of Secret Service; Japanese Secret Service; headquarters is inside an underground train that constantly travels around the Tokyo subway for his protection
88. Movie; 80s; Isthmian;  enforcer, henchman, advisor; Sanchez Cartel; with others, caught main villain's mistress with another man
89. Movie; 80s; American; police detective; Key West Police Department; investigated someone's maiming
90. Movie; 80s; Greek/British (born in Greece); unrevealed; unrevealed; mother of 68
91. Movie; 10s-20s; French; consultant psychiatrist; Recurring-A; Hoffler Klinik, SPECTRE, Quantum (latter two via familial association); Bond incorrectly believed she had doublecrossed him
92. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; maintenance and security officer/mechanic; major villain; unsuccessfully tried to flirt with someone
93. Movie; 00s; German; criminal operative; Quantum; met with someone in Venice to receive money
94. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative, astronaut; Central Intelligence Agency; spied on main villain
95. Movie; 60s; Italian; criminal operative; Recurring-C; SPECTRE; collected rare shark species for research and conservation purposes for marine institutes
98. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-A; SPECTRE; uncovered embezzlement and electrocuted the culprit
99. TV Episode; 80s; British (England)?; businessman, criminal; independent?; petted a rabbit stuffed animal
100. Movie; 60s; Chinese; technical liaison/nuclear fission specialist, intelligence operative; China; provided main villain with atomic bomb
101. Movie; 80s; British; representative; Foreign and Commonwealth Office; incoformed someone that another character's yacht, the Flying Saucer, was now heading for Nice, France
102. Movie; 80s; Belgian; henchman, professional assassin; Marseilles and Hong Kong drug syndicates; after being convicted of several particularly brutal murders, he was sentenced to life imprisonment in Namur Prison
103. Movie; 00s; British; personal assistant; Secret Intelligence Service; gagged upon seeing open-eyed corpse
104. Movie; 90s; Ukrainian SSR; head of security, terrorist; King Industries; bhelped Russian scientist smuggle Parahawks
105. Movie; 60s; Russian; cipher clerk; Soviet Armed Forces; with 37, colleage of major supporting character (in the movie, not series as a whole)
106. Movie; 70s; American; CIA agent; Central Intelligence Agency; posted around casino during risky diamond exchange
107. Movie; 70s; American; flying school owner?; own flying school; called someone for compensation after one of his places was destroyed
108. Movie; 00s; Bolivian; military lieutenant; other character; accompanied his commanding officer to Port-au-Prince, Haiti for his meeting with someone
109. Movie; 90s; British; construction magnate, oil magnate; King Industries; became a personal friend of major character after they read law together at Oxford
111. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; took part ina poker match
112. Movie; 90s; British; navy Fleet Commander; Royal Navy; received an urgent message from the Admiralty ordering the fleet to search for a nearby Stealth Ship
113. Movie; 60s; British; secretary; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; given the task of establishing a rigorous programme to train male agents to ignore the charms of women
114. Movie; 90s; American; Head of Special Projects, vice-president of media company; Carver Media Group Network; tasked to arrange and report any news of havoc that would earn lots of ratings
115. Movie; 90s; Azerbaijani/British (England); oil tycoon, socialite, CEO; King Industries; kidnapped in a scheme to extort a large sum from her father, who refused to pay the ransome
116. Movie; 60s; Jamaican; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland.
118. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; assassin, enforcer; major villains; knocked out gondola technician and tried to help kill two agents
119. Movie; 60s; Jamaican; shell diver; Independent; emerged from the sea collecting shells and singing "Under the Mango Tree"
120. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; guard; Zorin Industries; brought someone a helmet
121. TV Movie; 00s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division; during World War II was recruited as personal assistant to the Director of Naval Intelligence
122. Movie; 80s; American; international arms dealer, mercenary, drug dealer; West Point,
Belgian Congo; his military career was a failure, so he turned to arms dealing to organize his own personal military force
123. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player?; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; lost with a straight flush in a poker match
124. TV Movie; 80s; unable to determine; unable to determine; unable to determine; the page with with most info on her got taken down, but played by someone who played another character in a movie
126. Movie; 70s; Portuguese; gunsmith; independent; delivered golden bullets to someone at a casino
127. Movie; 60s; likely none; likely none; Recurring-D; independent?; later played by the same actor in non-Bond movies
128. TV Movie; 00s; British (England); socialite; Recurring-C; none?; wife of major character
129. Movie; 60s; Romani; tribal leader; Romani camp; spied on the Bulgars, reporting information back to his old friend
130. Movie; 60s; American?; copilot; Flying Circus; seen in flight from Switzerland to Kentucky
131. Movie; 90s; Russian; Military Colonel, commanding officer of a Soviet nuclear testing facility; CIS (СНГ) Military; commanded guards as the facility was being decommissioned
132. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Smersh; attempted to distract someone in baccarat game by performing elaborate magic tricks
133. Movie; 70s; Egyptian; intelligence informant; Secret Intelligence Service; advised someone  to contact a black market trader and then a businessman
134. Movie; 10s-20s; Portuguese or British?; intelligence operative turned cyber-terrorist; Secret Intelligence Service, SPECTRE; committed a series of terrorist attacks as part of a larger plan to publicly discredit and kill someone
135. Movie; 60s; British (England); navy commander, intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; impersonated someone in an effort to gain access to main villain
136. TV Seres (pre-Bond), TV Special (Bond); 00s (pre-Bond), 10s-20s (Bond); British; housewife turned apparent office cleaner; Recurring-D; apparently Secret Intelligence Service in this instance; spoke to bond on a screen
137. Movie; 90s; Russian; escort girl; other character; one of two such characters who entertained someone, the other being 41
138. Movie; 70s; Chinese; henchwoman; main villain; ordered to watch someone who was changing in plane bathroom
139. Movie; 60s; British; secret service employee; Secret Intelligence Service; began training to resist seductive women
140. Movie; 60s; German; bodyguard, criminal operative; SPECTRE; fed main villain's pet piranhas
141. Movie; 90s; unrevealed; stealth ship captain, security agent; Carver Media Group Network, Stealth Ship;  direct participant in plans to provoke a war between the United Kingdom and China
142. Movie; 70s; American; enforcer, acrobat; main villain; with 38, tasked with imprisoning reclusive billionaire
143. Movie; 80s; Nicaraguan; henchman, enforcer; Sanchez Cartel, Contras; with others, caught main villain's mistress with another man
145. Movie; 60s; American; enforcer; main villain;  in charge of gassing the members of the mafia with Nerve Gas
146. Movie; 90s; American; media executive; Carver Media Group Network; spoke to someone in a meeting giving an update via video uplink
147. Movie; 70s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; said in meeting that the CIA had verifed main villain's fingerprints on bullet
148. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; sent to keep and eye on someone and diamonds
149. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; terrorist; SPECTRE; participated in an attempt in Mexico to blow up a stadium
150. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army; with 218 and 303, invited to a demonstration of a new satellite that supposed could provide sunlight to areas of the world which lack it in order to promote agricultural development in cold climate countries
151. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; got caught up in a winning streak in a casino
152. Movie; 80s; Soviet; military general, intelligence operative; Soviet Union; faked his defection as part of an illicit arms and drug deal
153. Movie; 60s; Mexican; intelligence operative; Mexican Government?; congratulated someone on destroying heroin lab
154. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Central Intelligence Agency; shadowed Bond starting at Kingston Airport
155. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; circus leader, smuggler, henchwoman; Octopus Cult; cheated against a major in backgammon
156. Movie; 70s; American; navy captain; US Navy; ordered the destruction of main villain's submarine platform
157. Movie; 80s; American; geologist; Zorin Industries; previously employed as chief engineer in a South African gold mine, where a cave-in killed twenty miners
158. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-B; SPECTRE (unclear if still active at this point); targeted someone in a cemetery
159. Movie; 70s; American; customs officer; US Government; at Los Angeles International Airport, wanted to check the supposed body of someone's dead brother
160. Movie; 00s; Russian; arms dealer; other character; listed as deceased in file
161. Movie; 00s; Albanian; financier, criminal operative; Recurring-C (Recurring-A if you count a later image in cardboard cut-out); Quantum, SPECTRE (latter indirectly); banker who finances the world's terrorist organizations
163. Movie; 00s; Austrian?; criminal operative, assassin; Recurring-A; Quantum, SPECTRE; recurring adversaryn prior to thallium poisoning
164. Movie; 80s; German; mercenary, assassin; main villain; ordered top cut someone off as they were leaving biathlon course
166. TV Special; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; accompanied someone on helicopter ride
167. Movie; 00s; Italian; opera singer/actress or singer, depending on how you look at it; Recurring-D; none?; seen on stage in opera performance
168. Movie; 10s-20s; British; Member of Parliament, Home Secretary, minister of the court, president of the court; British Government; consistently negative about someone's actions during recent security crisis
169. Movie; 10s-20s; British; undercover agent; Secret Intelligence Service; one of five undercover agents whose cover was blown by someone after he uploaded images of them on a YouTube video
170. Movie (deleted scene); 70s; unrevealed; harpist; The Whyte House; played harp  from a floating island in a nearby swimming pool
171. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; targeted by someone sitting on a bed with him
172. Movie; 00s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; provided intel on someone recently deceased
173. Movie; 90s; Russian; KGB officer turned mafia boss, businessman; Recurring-A; KGB turned independent; years earlier was shot in the leg by someone who also stole his car and "his girl".
174. Movie; 60s; Soviet; Director of Military Intelligence; Soviet Embassy of Istanbul; seen in a conference at the embassy
175. Movie; 10s-20s; British; assistant; Secret Intelligence Service; assisted in an attempt to retrieve a hard drive
176. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; mercenary, professional assassin, enforcer; KGB; usually seen with personal stereo and strangulation is his preferred killing method
177. Movie; 80s; American; entrepreneur, marine researcher, narcotics smuggler; Sanchez Cartel, Ocean Exotica, Wavekrest Marine Research;  used his company, Wavekrest Marine Research, to move cocaine for drug cartel
178. Movie; 00s; Bolivian/Russian; intelligence operative; Bolivian Secret Service, independent; seeking revenge for the murder of her family by exiled dictator
179. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; scientist; Stromberg Shipping (contracted); one of two scientists (the other 353) suspected by main villain of trying to sell the scaled-down photographic reproductions of submarine tracking system schematics to competing world powers
180. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); socialite; Recurring-C; none?; part of scheme to ply two Germans with drink and food in an attempt to learn how German U-boats made it through the British minefields near Norway
182. Movie; 60s; Australian; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland.
183. Movie; 10s-20s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; assigned to guard a safe drive containing information on undercover agents embedded into terrorist groups
184. Movie; 80s; Indian; bodyguard, enforcer; main villain; destroyed rigged dice someone used in a game of backgammon at a hotel casino
185. Movie; 60s; American; gangster; American Mafia; with 280 and someone in part 2, was promised one million dollars in stolen gold bullion but was doublecrossed
186. TV Episode; 50s-60s; Soviet; intelligence operative; SMERSH?; believed someone was trying to poison her with cyanide pills and tried to do the same back
187. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; tried to flee with fake Fabergé Egg he stole from circus
188. Movie; 90s; French; helicopter pilot; Eurocopter Tiger; did test flight of new helicopter prototype
189. Movie; 70s; American; stand-up comic; main villain; acted as part of diamond smuggling pipeline
190. TV Episode; 50s-60s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; encountered Russian spy while on holiday
191. Movie; 60s; British; quartermaster; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; replaced someone's Beretta 418 .25 pistol with a Walther PPK handgun
192. Movie; 00s; British; international liaison officer; Recurring-C (Recurring-A if you count archive footage); HM Treasury, Quantum, SPECTRE (latter indirectly); forced to act as double agent due to lover being taken hostage
193. TV Movie; 80s; British?; unable to determine; unable to determine; the page with with most info on her got taken down, but actress playing her has a middle name that is usually masculine when a first name
194. Movie; 80s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; with someone in part two, rescued someone from the Moroccan police in Tangiers
195. Movie; 90s; German; enforcer, torturer, head of security; Carver Media Group Network; shot at survivors of torpedoed ship
196. Movie; 80s; Soviet; assassin, circus performer; various characters; pinned someone to a cabin door with knives
197. Movie; 60s; French; assassin, secret society member; SPECTRE; faked death and posed as own widow
198. Movie; 60s; French; intelligence operative; Smersh; posed as a widow to try to discredit someone
199. Movie; 80s; British; spy ship crew member; Secret Intelligence Service; responsible for using the ATAC system when a mine hit the ship
200. Movie; 90s; British; navy lieutenant commander; Royal Navy; second-in-command of the British Type 23 frigate, HMS Devonshire
201. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Central Intelligence Agency; pointed out main villain emerging from hotel for daily card game
202. Movie; 60s; French; police inspector; French Special Police; met up with someone in a French pissoir
203. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; criminal operative; SPECTRE; pursued by someone during the Day of the Dead parade at the Zocalo in Mexico City
204. Movie; 70s; Thai; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; discussed the solex agitator with someone
205. Movie; 90s; British; media mogul; own company; attempted to provoke a war between the United Kingdom and China in order to destroy the Chinese government and use the new government to obtain exclusive broadcasting rights in China
206. Movie; 80s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed; offered somone sausage and beer
207. Movie; 60s; British/Dutch/Indonesian; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; uncovered a plan to sell compromising photographs of military leaders from the USA, USSR, China and Great Britain at an "art auction
208. Movie; 80s; unable to determine; nuclear physicist, henchman; SPECTRE; was neverous when speaking to one villain, thyough another villain acted more fatherly towards him
209. Movie; 70s; Thai; unrevealed; other character; seen skinny dipping in a pool
210. Movie; 00s; British (England); intelligence operative, publicist; Secret Intelligence Service, Graves Corporation; Harvard-educated, gold medal-winning Olympic fencer
211. Movie; 90s; Russian/Bosnian; anarchist terrorist; KGB turned independemt; conspired with billionaire heiress to monopolize the world's oil market for profit
212. Movie; 10s-20s; Mexican; field operative; Mexican Secret Service; accompanied someone at the Day of the Dead celebrations in Mexico City
213. Movie; 70s; Swedish; unrevealed; main villain; mistress of professional assassin
214. Movie; 60s; Cayman Islander; fisherman; various characters; helped collect rock samples from the island of Crab Key
215. Movie; 80s; American; Director of Oil and Mines; San Francisco City Hall; unwittingly aided psychotic industrialist in his plot to destroy Silicon Valley
216. Movie; 80s; British; assistant secretary; Secret Intelligence Service; was given a bouquet of carnations
217. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; unrevealed; unrevealed; wanted someone to "make love" to her
218. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army; with 150 and 303, invited to a demonstration of a new satellite that supposed could provide sunlight to areas of the world which lack it in order to promote agricultural development in cold climate countries
219. Movie; 80s; Cuban; freelance hitman; main villain; hoired to kill a family
220. TV Episode; 80s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-C; SPECTRE?; interviewed on talk show
221. TV Miniseries; 10s-20s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division; initially a mischievous playboy who is chasing women, collecting books and living off his family's fortune
222. Movie; 60s; Jamaican?; army general; Jamaican government; aided somone in investigation of main villain
223. Movie; 80s; Isthmian; national president; Isthmus, Sanchez Cartel;  he and others were bribed and intimidated into becoming thralls of drug baron and his cartel
224. Movie; 90s; Swiss; banker; La Banque Suisse de L'Industrie; involved in a number of deals with terrorists and other international criminals.
225. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; participated in casino poker match
226. Movie; 10s-20s; British; scientist; Secret Intelligence Service; with others, worked for over a decade on the creation of the nanonweapon Heracles
227. Movie; 60s; British; quartermaster, branch head; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; gave someone a case containing a throwing-knife, anti-tampering mechanism with a magnetised tear-gas cartridge (disguised as a tin of talcum powder), and fifty gold sovereigns
228. Movie; 90s; Canadian; navy admiral, representative; Canadian Armed Forces, Royal Canadian Navy; lured back to woman's yacht, the Manticore, for a night of fun
229. Movie; 70s; British (England)?; former intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; unlike other versions, this version is a villain
230. Movie; 60s; Scandinavian; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland
231. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence agency Head; American Secret Service, Central Intelligence Agency, FBI, possibly others; has a habit of introducing himself with a stream of "alphabet soup", including all the organisations and branches he is involved with
232. Movie; 80s; Japanese; narcotics agent posing as drug lord; Hong Kong Narcotics Agency; tasked with infiltrating drug lord's operations in Isthmus
233. Movie; 80s; Indian; station head; Secret Intelligence Service; escorrted someone to hotel, pointing out a palace along the way
234. Movie; 60s; British (England) but posing as Austrian; henchwoman posing as countess; other character; mistress of smuggler; sent to extract information from someone
235. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchwoman; main villain; escorted two characters to their rooms
236. TV Episode; 80s; British; agency head; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; upset by amounts on someone's bills
238. TV Episode; 90s; British; agency head; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; listened to a threat to blow up the White House or the Kingdome, or at least a tent near the latter
239. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; ordered killed by the ruler of San Monique
240. Movie; 80s; Chinese; drug dealer; own cartel?; with others, offered exclusive franchises in main villain's cocaine product, priced at one million US dollars per territory
241. Movie; 70s; American; professional gambler?; independent?; lost all his money in a vain attempt to win the affections of opportunist/hustler
242. Movie; 70s; Thai; businessman, industrialist; independent; hired assassin to kill scientist and recover an item
243. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; participated  in raid on Fort Knox
244. Movie; 80s; French; personal pilot; Drax Industries, Drax Airlines; provided someone with an aerial tour of someone else's property
245. Movie; 70s; British; diamond syndicate chairman; British Government; raised concerns with the Prime Minister regarding the increase in smuggling from South Afican mines, urging the British Secret Service to become involved
246. Movie; 80s; American; stockbroker turned accountant; Sanchez Cartel; questioned the financial aspects of someone's decisions.
247. Movie; 60s; British; taxi driver, intelligence operative; Foreign Office, Security Service; assisted someone in her infiltration of International Mother's Help in Berlin
248. Movie; 70s; San Monique; reptile handler, tribal chief; Voodoo Cult; eliminated someone's enemies via sacrifices
249. Movie; 90s; British; navy chief petty officer; Royal Navy; crew member of the British Type 23 frigate, HMS Devonshire
250. Movie; 70s; American; diamond smuggler; SPECTRE; claimed she was named after her (accidental) birthplace, where her parents were going through a choice of wedding bands
251. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); socialite; none?; mother of major character
252. Movie; 60s; French; bodyguard, assassin, secret society member; SPECTRE; waited for someone outside the chapel where the latter's fake funeral is taking place
253. Movie; 60s; British; air force group captain; Royal Air Force; responsible for overseeing a NATO training flight which was subsequently hijacked by SPECTRE
254. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; stand-up comic?; unrevealed; did a monologue on a beach
255. Movie; 70s; British; ballistics expert; Secret Intelligence Service; helped analyse the remains of the bullet that killed someone
256. Movie; 60s; German; personal assistant, criminal operative; SPECTRE; trapped someone on plane with a smoke bomb and a wooden restraint.
258. Movie; 00s; Canadian; intelligence operative; Canadian Security Intelligence Service; someone saved her from being compromised
259. Movie; 00s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed; mistook someone for a valet, and gave him his car keys in order to park his Range Rover
260. Movie; 80s; Soviet; assassin, circus knife-thrower; various characters; attacked someone with welding torch
261. Movie; 80s; Greek; henchman, smuggler; other character; aids someone in fight to stop Soviet agents in Greece
262. TV Episode; 50s-60s; French; intelligence operative; Soviet Union; henchman for main villain
263. Movie; 60s; Turkish; fisherman turned station head; Secret Intelligence Service; years ago infiltrated a traveling circus, working as a strongman and wrestler, and spied on the Russians, pretending he didn't know the language
264. Movie; 80s; Greek; guerilla soldier turned smuggler; Greek Resistance turned independent; red herring character in terms of main villain
265. Movie; 00s; Greek; government contractor; Quantum; beaten in a game of poker three kings to three aces
266. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchman; SPECTRE; imposter used in training exercise
267. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; cultist, bodyguard; Octopus Cult; tasked with taking someone to their room
268. Movie; 80s; Greek; henchman, driver, assassin; main villain; participated in the finding of St. Georges (a ship)
269. Movie; 80s; American; drug enforcement operative; Drug Enforcement Administration; informed by someone over the phone that his boss had been maimed
270. Movie; 70s; American;  would-be assistant to wealthy men; independent?; upon stating her first name was told "You certainly are".
271. Movie; 60s; German; criminal, enforcer; Recurring-C; Red Lightning Tong turned SPECTRE; first seen at the Shrublands health spa
272. Movie; 70s; British; nuclear submarine staff officer/captain; Royal Navy; British nuclear submarine staff officer who is the first to learn about the mysterious disappearance of the HMS Ranger
273. Movie; 70s; Thai; ninja; Martial Arts School; student in the training school of wealthy industrialist
274. Movie; 60s; East German; spy trainer, assistant; Smersh; when he gets overexcited, this heart causes him trouble and to go too fast
276. Movie; 70s; British; solar energy scientist; Secret Intelligence Service;  employed by Thai multi-millionaire industrialist to develop a solution to the world's ongoing energy crisis
277. Movie; 00s; Cuban; gene therapist, clinic director; La Clinica Alvarez; corrupt director of the DNA replacement therapy clinic, La Clinica Alvarez, on the Isla de Los Organos, Cuba, who helped North Korean military officer and smuggler change identity
278. Movie; 10s-20s; French; criminal board member; SPECTRE; one of the SPECTRE board members who secretly met at the Palazzo Cadenza in Rome following the death of an operative
279. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; equestrian, enforcer; main villain; in San Francisco City Hall, after a murder, appeared in the doorway with petrol canisters and begins to douse the carpeting so the building can be set aflame
280. Movie; 60s; American; gangster; American Mafia; with 185 and someone in part 2, was promised one million dollars in stolen gold bullion but was doublecrossed
281. Movie; 60s; French; liaison; Secret Intelligence Service; attended a funeral
282. Movie; 60s; American; actor, dancer; independent?; shot by backwards firing gun
283. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency;m helped someone find a hijacked plane that was carrying two atomic bombs, which they eventually find along with the corpse of the phony NATO observer
285. Movie; 60s; Chinese–Jamaican; freelance photographer, spy; Daily Gleaner; employed by main villain to spy on someone
286. Movie; 80s; Soviet; intelligence operative; KGB; taped an incriminating conversation between main villain and his oil company chief
287. Movie; 00s; British; section chief/double agent; Secret Intelligence Service; corrupt MI6 section chief in Prague, Czech Republic
288. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; bodyguard, enforcer; main villain;  present in the Bahamas on-board Le Chiffre's luxury yacht, as the main villain plays poker
289. Movie; 80s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed; thoguht someone was crazy for turning down sausage and beer
290. Movie; 60s; American?; masseuse; Fontainebleau Miami Beach Hotel; was slapped on the behind as she left the man she was massaging so he could have a private conversation with someone else
291. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; bodyguard, enforcer; Quantum; helped main villain  reclaim $101,206,000 due to a failed plot to sabotage an aerospace company
292. Movie; 00s; Swiss; banker; James Bond Wiki suggests a casino he does business with but more likely his bank; responsible for all monetary transactions during and after tournaments at a casino
293. Movie; 80s; American; fisherman; own charter business; attended a wedding
294. Movie; 80s; British; secret society member; Recurring-C; SPECTRE; reported that the criminal organisation earned £250,000 as a consultation fee for the Great Train Robbery of 1963
295. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; trying to sneak into a place, was detected due to a flock of birds near him catching the guards' attention
296. Movie; 00s; French; intelligence operative; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; was falsely believed by Bond to have doublecrossed him
297. Movie; 60s; Swiss; solicitor; main villain; acted as a middle-man between the College of Arms and the main villain
298. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; hotel manager; unnamed hotel; very helpful man and gave the best of his guests
299. Movie; 70s; American; ranger; Ranger Station 1; owned the fastest boat in the bayou and worked for the State Wildlife Department Ranger Station 1
300. Movie; 70s; American; mortician, diamond smuggler; own company;  part of the diamond smuggling pipeline from South Africa via Europe
301. Movie; 10s-20s; American; secret society member; SPECTRE; at a meeting, listened to reports of the attacks on Hamburg and Indonesia
302. Movie; 60s; Japanese; sumo wrestler; presumed Dewanoumi; gave someone tickets to a match
303. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army; with 150 and 218, invited to a demonstration of a new satellite that supposed could provide sunlight to areas of the world which lack it in order to promote agricultural development in cold climate
304. Movie; 10s-20s; unrevealed; secret society member; SPECTRE; present at the SPECTRE meeting at the Palazzo Cadenza in Rome
305. Movie; 90s; Japanese;  terrorist, chemical weapons expert; ADFL (Congolese Rebels in Zaire); wanted for the Tokyo subway sarin gas attack
306. Movie; 80s; Korean?; bodyguard, enforcer?; Recurring-C; unable to determine; leapt off the Eiffel Tower with a parachute
307. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; security agent; SPECTRE; seen during the SPECTRE meeting in Rome
308. Movie; 10s-20s; British-French; none; none; daughter of major supporting character
309. Movie; 60s;American; entrepreneur; independent/own company; reclusive American billionaire industrialist whose vast business empire and identity are subsequently stolen by main villain
310. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchman; other character; attacked someone he later became an ally of in hotel home in Monte Carlo
311. TV Movie; 80s; German?; military general; National Socialist German Workers’ Party; main villain
312. Movie; 80s; French; enforcer, head of security, pilot; Zorin Industries; head of security for the illicit business dealings of billionaire industrialist
313. TV Movie; 80s; unable to determine; unable to determine; unable to determine; info sparse and I never watched this
314. Movie; 80s; French; intelligence agent; French Secret Service; Secret Service contact in the South of France
315. Movie; 60s; no citizenship; place of birth unrevealed; pet; Recurring-A or B (hard to tell because the movies tend to use multiple cats); main villain; in one instance another cat was mistaken for this one
316. Movie; 80s; Soviet; unrevealed; KGB; was partly stripped by someone to distract guards
317. Movie; 90s; British; lab assistant turned quartermaster; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; trained to replace another character
318. Movie; 10s-20s; Russian; terrorist leader, scientist, anarchist; independent; motivated to take down the criminal organisation SPECTRE for the deaths of his family at the hands of assassin
319. Movie; 60s; British; poultry farmer, sleeper agent (unknowingly); main villain (unknowingly); poultry allergy sufferer from Morecambe Bay, Lancashire
320. Movie; 60s; British?; retired intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Smersh, Secret Intelligence Service; former secret agent who has since become a multi-millionaire with a penchant for wearing ridiculously extravagant outfits at her office
321. Movie; 90s; Russian; computer technician, cyber-terrorist; Janus Syndicate; believed himself to be invincible
322. Movie; 60s; American; scientist; W.W. Tectronics, G Section; had been working for the company in "G section" for three years and was part of a team constructing an orbital laser weapon
323. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; took part in a poker match at a casino in Montenegro
324. Movie; 60s; Chinese; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; argued with someone about the taste of the Chinese being different than all other women
325. Movie; 90s; Russian; lounge singer; unidentified St. Petersburg nightclub; worked as a singer at club in St. Petersburg, but appeared to be completely tone deaf
326. Movie; 00s; Swiss; enforcer, criminal operative; Quantum, Greene Planet; tasked with assisting mission to secure a resource-rich patch of land in Latin America by funding the overthrow of the Bolivian president in favor for exiled Bolivian General
327. Movie; 80s; American; diver, killer; Wavekrest Marine Research, Sanchez Cartel; murdered a friend of Bond's
328. Movie; 90s; unrevealed; television news presenter; Carver Media Group Network; present during a party at Hamburg media center, celebrating the launch of a new CMGN satellite
329. Movie; 80s; British; quartermaster; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; felt that things had been dull in the absense of another character
330. Movie; 70s; Italian; secretary; other character(s); secretary to Egyptian black market trader
331. Movie; 00s; British; agency head; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; sent someone to execute a duplicitous station chief in Prague, Czech Republic and his informant
332. Movie; 00s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; tripped and fell into the crowd while chasing someone
333. Movie; 00s; French; environmentalist, criminal, company founder/head; Recurring-A; Quantum, Greene Planet, SPECTRE (indirectly); spearheading the Tierra Project in Bolivia
334. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; driver; Secret Intelligence Service; drove someone to the circus in East Germany
335. Movie; 80s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; picked someone up after he arrived in New York
336. Movie; 00s; Algerian (but born in Egypt); intelligence operative, terrorist, honeytrap; Quantum, SPECTRE (indirectly); seduced high-ranking women with valuable connections
337. Movie; 10s-20s; British; assistant; Secret Intelligence Service; briefly met with Bond and another character
338. Movie; 80s; American; drug enforcement agent; Drug Enforcement Administration;  accepted a $2 million bribe to free drug baron from U.S. custody
339. Movie; 10s-20s; Austrian; terrorist mastermind; Recurring-A; SPECTRE, Independent; murdered father in a staged avalanche in Kitzbühel due to father's close relationship with  foster brother
340. Movie; 10s-20s; British; scientist; Secret Intelligence Service; responsible for the development of nanoweapon
341. Commercial; 90s; Polish?; unrevealed; Recurring-C; unrevealed if any; seen riding a highway or tour bus
342. Movie; 00s; Italian; card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; took pasrt in casino poker match
343. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)?; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; put can in trash bag and then dropped the bag
344. Movie; 60s; East German; spy trainer; Smersh, International Mothers' Help; ran school for spies, based in East Berlin, that is a Smersh cover operation
345. Movie; 90s; Russian; army major general; Armed Forces of the Russian Federation; was Russia's liaison to the joint MI6 / Admirality team in the British Situation Room
346. Movie; 70s; American; unrevealed; unrevealed; accompanied husband on holiday in Thailand
347. Movie; 10s-20s; British; intelligence operative turned secretary; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; inadvertently shot ally non-fatally
348. Movie; 80s; Soviet; military lieutenant-general; USSR; believed that the Warsaw Pact had a decisive advantage over NATO in conventional military strength that was being tossed away by its leaders in détente
349. Movie; 70s; French; henchwoman; main villain; someone choked her with her bikini top to extract info on main villain's whereabouts
350. Movie; 00s; Ugandan; resistance army commander; Lord's Resistance Army, Quantum; angered that main villain lost his money
351. Movie; 10s-20s; Cuban; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; despite claiming to have had only three weeks of training, proved to be highly effective in combat
352. Movie; 60s; Turkish; station agent; Secret Intelligence Service; someone asked to help to get across the frontier between Yugoslavia and Trieste
353. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; scientist; Stromberg Shipping; one of two scientists (the other 353) suspected by main villain of trying to sell the scaled-down photographic reproductions of submarine tracking system schematics to competing world powers
354. Movie; 60s; Mexican; assassin, enforcer; other character; involved in plot of selling heroin through the front of selling bananas
355. TV Episode; 00s; British?; unwilling criminal agent; Recurring-C; other character (unwillingly); had to work for villain because her brother was being held hostage
357. Movie; 80s; Greek; guerilla soldier turned heroin smuggler, intelligence operative; USSR, Great Britain, Greek Resistance (formerly), KGB; hired by KGB to obtain the ATAC device
358. Movie; 60s; Soviet; cipher clerk, army corporal; Soviet Armed Forces, SPECTRE (Unknowingly); originally was a ballerina, but had to abandon her goal of dancing for the Bolshoi Ballet when she grew one inch taller than the maximum height permitted for girls
359. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; claimed to be on her second assignment
360. Movie; 60s; Soviet; embassy Chief of Security; Soviet Embassy of Istanbul; seen in conference that was spied upon
361. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative, laboratory assistant; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; helped test an arm cast, which flipped out and crushed the head of an adjacent dummy
362. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; possible professional gambler; independent?; watched a card game that she did not participate in
363. TV Movie; 10s-20s; British (England); model; likely modeling agency; nickname was the sound a farm animal makes
364. Movie; 70s; Soviet; intelligence operative; KGB; tried to assassinate someone on a downhill ski chase in Austria
365. Movie; 00s; American; military general; American army; leader of the American army in the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea
366. Movie; 60s; British; navy chief petty officer turned butler; Royal Navy; greeted someone at the front door and took him to his former Admiral, whom he was now the butler for
367. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; criminal associate; Quantum; tried to poison someone during casino match
368. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; criminal operative, professional assassin;  SPECTRE; broke  out of Dartmoor Prison and two years later was recruited by the international criminal organisation SPECTRE and from then on trained as an agent and assassin
369. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; criminal operative?; unrevealed; while sitting on bed with someone, pulled out gun and threatened to kill him
370. Movie; 00s; British; field agent; Secret Intelligence Service; with another agent, tazed someone and dragged him away
371. Movie; 00s; American; section chief; Central Intelligence Agency; negotiated a deal with someone to ignore his orchestrated coup in Bolivia in exchange for oil
372. Movie; 00s; Bolivian; army general; Bolivia; military dictator of his home country, Bolivia, but was later overthrown and exiled

 


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Re: Gotta Catch 'em All Challenge 62 Collage 50 James Bond Live 1 of 2

Tally (as before hiding some of the more obscure ones unless previously identified; with so many characters errors could arise)

Casino Royale 2006    29
Diamonds Are Forever    19
For Your Eyes Only    17
Octopussy    16
Licence to Kill    15
Tomorrow Never Dies    15
Casino Royale 1967    14
From Russia with Love    14
Quantum of Solace    14
On Her Majesty's Secret Service    13
Man with The Golden Gun    12
Thunderball    12
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Re: Gotta Catch 'em All Challenge 62 Collage 50 James Bond Live 1 of 2

For the James Bond Hangman round, numbers spelled out where possible. If a one word name (M, Q, or R) has a known or implied real name, that will be used instead; otherwise such characters will be locked but not noted as such.

The Random Number Generator picks R.

Letters found so far: R

See first post for explamation of Recurring categories.

1. Movie; 00s; Russian; politician, secret society member; Quantum, Russian Government; one of several peoples attending a meeting during an opera performance *****R **R****
2. Movie; 80s; Afghan; Deputy Commander of the Eastern District; Mujaheddin, Snow Leopard Brotherhood; freed by Bond from a prison during Bond's own escape attempt ***R** ****
3. Movie; 70s; British (England); diamond smuggler, transport consultant; major villain (unknowingly); impersonated by Bond  ****R *R****
4. Movie; 70s; American; astronaut; W Technologies; astronaut testing or training on Whyte-manufactured moon landing equipment **RR*
5. Movie; 70s; San Monique; crime kingpin, politician; Voodoo Cult; using poppies, hoped to flood the U.S. market with two tonnes of heroin distributed through his legitimate restaurants free of charge, thus forcing other drug dealers out of business. *R. *** [(*R.) *******
6. Movie; 80s; Soviet; KGB General; KGB; Bond was set to kill him but was distristful about the reasons [****R**] ****** *******
8. Movie; 70s; American; flying school student; Bleeker Flying School; was in a plane that was targeted by henchmen [*R*.] ****
9. TV Episode; 50s-60s; British; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; British Intelligence; gave someone 32 million francs to allow him to keep playing in a casino ***R**** *****R
10. Movie; 90s; Russian; atomic scientist; Russian Atomic Energy Department; gave someone  a plane necessary to steal a nuclear weapon set to be dismantled in Kazakhstan [*R.] ******* *R***
12. Movie; 80s; British; butler, security operative; Secret Intelligence Service; discovered assassins dumping a cook's body into a chest freezer *R*** ***R
13. Movie; 80s; East German; intelligence operative, biathlete; KGB; young woman was interested in him but he only scowled at her *R*** *R*****R
14. Movie; 90s; French; helicopter pilot; Eurocopter Tiger; captain of new helicopter prototype [****.] **R**R* *****R*
15. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; had blood thrown at him
16. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; professional assassin, criminal operative; Recurring-C; SPECTRE; deployed in order to protect the secrecy of SPECTRE's plot
17. Movie; 00s; Japanese; chemical engineer; other character; seen only in a photo, along with 160 and someone in part 2
18. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; diamond trader; other character; contracted to supply rogue colonel with African conflict diamonds in exchange for weaponry. *** ***R*
19. Movie; 90s; Russian; programmer;  none; unknowingly friends with a villain, whom she saw as an annoying little brother ******* *****R**** ********
20. Movie; 60s; Chinese; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland.
21. Movie; 60s; British?; adjutant; other character; newspaper hints that this character was intended to have a larger role in the film; instead was just present in a meeting between Bond and another character
22. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; tasked with arresting rogue agent dead or alive
23. Movie; 60s; Japanese; intelligence operative; Japanese Secret Service; helped someone with ninja training and pretending to be Japanese
24. Movie; 80s; British (England); high ranking politician; Recurring-D; British Government, Conservative Party; based on real person **R**R** *******R
25. Movie; 70s; American; technology firm administrator; W.W. Tectronics; under his watch his company constructed an orbital laser weapon
26. Movie; 80s; Italian; intelligence operative; British Secret Service; informed Bond about activities of a killer Bond was chasing ***** **RR*R*
27. Movie; 60s; Irish; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland *R*** ***** ** *****
28. Movie; 70s; South African; houseboy; missionary school; read to school children
29. Movie; 70s; Soviet; KGB General; KGB, Ministry of Foreign Affairs; recurring ally of MI6 despite being on opposite sides during the Cold war [****R**] ****** *****
30. Movie; 80s; Russian; curator; USSR; realized a piece of jewelry was a fake **R****
31. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; businessman in novelization; other character; was involved with main villain's mistress ****R**
32. Movie; 10s-20s; British; criminal operative; SPECTRE; attended a "birthday" festivity in Cuba [**R] ********* *'***
34. Movie; 60s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-A if you count repeating footage, otherwise Recurring-B; Royal Navy, Secret Intelligence Service; targeted by unseen assailant whom he shot
35. Movie; 90s; British; navy captain; Royal Navy; his ship was remotely meaconed off-course into Chinese-held waters by techno-terrorist [********R] R****R* ***
36. Movie; 80s; American; state geologist; State of California; her father passed before he could train her how to effectively maintiain control over the family oil company
37. Movie; 60s; Russian; cipher clerk; Soviet Armed Forces; with 105, colleage of major supporting character (in the movie, not series as a whole)
38. Movie; 70s; American; enforcer, acrobat; major villain; with 142, tasked with imprisoning reclusive billionaire
40. Movie; 70s; American; state trooper; Louisiana State Police; helped sheriff try to to catch people on the river
41. Movie; 90s; Russian; escort girl; other character; one of two such characters who entertained someone, the other being 137 **R*****
42. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)?; intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; unlike other versions of this character, could not hold his liquor
43. Movie; 90s; American; media executive; Carver Media Group Network; tasked to arrange and report any news of havoc that would earn lots of ratings
44. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; honeytrap, intelligence operative; Smersh; masqueraded as a daughter of a late "MI5" head and is only identifiable by pseudonym *** ****RR*
45. Movie; 80s; American; Air Force commanding officer; U.S. Air Force; enjoyed a circus performance [********** ****R**] ****R***
47. Movie; 00s; British; intelligence contact; other character; spotted someone shadowing him as he watched a cricket match *****R
48. Movie; 80s; no citizenship; place of birth unrevealed; pet; Recurring-B; major villain; abandoned his human after the latter's plot went awry
49. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); intelligence operative; British Security Coordination; took someone to a bar that was considered a bit of a dive ***R *R***
50. Movie; 70s; British; navy captain; Royal Navy; with his nuclear submarine crew, taken captive by main villain [********R] ******
51. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; terrorist, bomb maker; major villain; attended a mongoose/snake fight in Madagascar
52. Movie; 70s; American; sheriff; Recurring-A; Louisiana State Police; after previously pursuiing someone, encountered them again while on vacation in Thailand [***R***] *.*. *****R
54. Movie; 80s; Soviet; bomb expert; USSR; delivered a nuclear bomb to villains [*****R **********] ****
55. Movie; 70s; Cuban; detective, sleeper agent/intelligence operative; independent;  loaned someone a 1957 Ford Fairlane to travel to Los Organos R****
56. Movie; 70s; Chinese; student?; karate school?; with sister, helped defeat martial arts students
57. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; terrorist, weapons manufacturer; Quantum; used a Ugandan warlord's money to short-sell stock in a promising aerospace company, thus betting the money on the company's failure; character only known by alias **R*** *******
58. Movie; 90s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; was scolded for calling someone the Evil Queen of Numbers **** *****R
59. Movie; 90s; Chinese; Military General; People's Liberation Army; intended to wipe out the Chinese top politicians and military officers with nuclear rocket and, afterwards, take over the government in China [****R**] *****
60. Movie; 60s; British; Air Force group captain; Royal Air Force; one of the men responsible for overseeing the recovery of atomic weapons hijacked by SPECTRE *R*****R*
61. Movie; 10s-20s; British; psychologist; Secret Intelligence Service; examined someone's mental health after he came back to MI6. [*****R] ****
62. Movie; 10s-20s; French; mercenary, assassin; Recurring-A only if you count picture; SPECTRE; upon discovering that he was being tailed, initiated a high speed car chase that attracted the attention of several local police officers ***R***
63. Movie; 70s; British; helicopter pilot, personal assistant; major villain; flirted with someone she tried to kill
64. Movie; 90s; British; Deputy Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; helped bring Bond up to speed on the latest events and the parameters of his mission ***R*** R*******
65. Movie; 80s; German; geneticist turned horse breeder, head scientist; Nazi Germany, Soviet Union, Zorin Industries; experiments led to babies who  were often psychotic in nature, but grew into children with gifted intelligence.  [**.] **R* **R***R (**** *****)
66. Movie; 00s; British; Special Advisor to the Prime Minister, criminal operative; Quantum, British Government; one of several peoples attending a meeting during an opera performance
67. Movie; 60s; Italian; infiltrator; SPECTRE; hired to assassinate and impersonate NATO pilot
68. Movie; 80s; British/Greek; unrevealed; Independent; located assassin who killed her parents at the villa he owned near Madrid, Spain, and went there to exact her revenge
69. Movie; 00s; British; personal security detail, sleeper agent; Secret Intelligence Service, Quantum; mole who passed annual security checks and lie detector tests *R*** ********
70. Movie; 80s; Isthmian; bank secretary; Banco de Isthmus; when someone arrived to make a "small deposit" in the bank (in reality, almost $5 million), she helped her patron count his money.
71. Movie; 00; North Korean; Military General; Korean People's Army; wished for a peaceful reunification of Korea, whereas his son wanted war [****R**] ****
73. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division; got himself expelled from Eton and other prestigious public schools before his mother, fed up, sent him to work for Reuters
74. Movie; 70s; Soviet; KGB agent; KGB; with another character, survived a fight with Bond in Egypt **R**
75. Movie; 80s; Ukrainian SSR; General Secretary; Communist Party of the Soviet Union; oversaw a meeting of the Red Army military commissariat ****** *R******
76. TV Episode; 00s; American; professional gambler?; none?; was shocked by the name of a woman who showed up at the table he was sitting at at a casino
77. Movie; 00s; Italian; unrevealed; other character; persuaded boyfriend to assist Bond
78. Movie; 60s; American; professional gambler?; unrevealed; his secretary assisted a rival in cheating him in cards
79. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; unrevealed; unrevealed; someone was worried she'd trigger a code to a missile
80. Movie; 60s; Bahamian; intelligence operative, boating supplies shop owner; Secret Intelligence Service; operated from the basement of his boating supplies shop *****R
81. Movie; 80s; British; secretary; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; helped investigate sniper in Bratislava
82. Movie; 60s; French; intelligence agency head; Deuxième Bureau; implored someone to come out of retirement to deal with org who has been eliminating agents ***R***
83. TV Episode; 50-60s; French?; intelligence operative; Soviet Union; threatended someone with a cane-gun
84. Movie; 70s; British?; diamond smuggler, missionary teacher; SPECTRE (unknowingly); transported diamonds off the continent in a hollowed-out Bible [*R*.] ********
85. TV Episode (later expanded on DVD); 00s; British (England)?; intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; fought three hooded opponents
87. Movie; 60s; Japanese; Head of Secret Service; Japanese Secret Service; headquarters is inside an underground train that constantly travels around the Tokyo subway for his protection ****R ******
88. Movie; 80s; Isthmian;  enforcer, henchman, advisor; Sanchez Cartel; with others, caught main villain's mistress with another man **R**
89. Movie; 80s; American; police detective; Key West Police Department; investigated someone's maiming R*******
90. Movie; 80s; Greek/British (born in Greece); unrevealed; unrevealed; mother of 68
91. Movie; 10s-20s; French; consultant psychiatrist; Recurring-A; Hoffler Klinik, SPECTRE, Quantum (latter two via familial association); Bond incorrectly believed she had doublecrossed him [*R.] ********* *****
92. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; maintenance and security officer/mechanic; major villain; unsuccessfully tried to flirt with someone *R*
93. Movie; 00s; German; criminal operative; Quantum; met with someone in Venice to receive money
94. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative, astronaut; Central Intelligence Agency; spied on main villain
95. Movie; 60s; Italian; criminal operative; Recurring-C; SPECTRE; collected rare shark species for research and conservation purposes for marine institutes ****** **R**
98. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-A; SPECTRE; uncovered embezzlement and electrocuted the culprit *R*** ****R* *******
99. TV Episode; 80s; British (England)?; businessman, criminal; independent?; petted a rabbit stuffed animal
100. Movie; 60s; Chinese; technical liaison/nuclear fission specialist, intelligence operative; China; provided main villain with atomic bomb [*R.] ****
101. Movie; 80s; British; representative; Foreign and Commonwealth Office; incoformed someone that another character's yacht, the Flying Saucer, was now heading for Nice, France
102. Movie; 80s; Belgian; henchman, professional assassin; Marseilles and Hong Kong drug syndicates; after being convicted of several particularly brutal murders, he was sentenced to life imprisonment in Namur Prison
103. Movie; 00s; British; personal assistant; Secret Intelligence Service; gagged upon seeing open-eyed corpse ******R*
104. Movie; 90s; Ukrainian SSR; head of security, terrorist; King Industries; bhelped Russian scientist smuggle Parahawks
105. Movie; 60s; Russian; cipher clerk; Soviet Armed Forces; with 37, colleage of major supporting character (in the movie, not series as a whole) *R***
106. Movie; 70s; American; CIA agent; Central Intelligence Agency; posted around casino during risky diamond exchange
107. Movie; 70s; American; flying school owner?; own flying school; called someone for compensation after one of his places was destroyed ******R
108. Movie; 00s; Bolivian; military lieutenant; other character; accompanied his commanding officer to Port-au-Prince, Haiti for his meeting with someone [********** *R**]
109. Movie; 90s; British; construction magnate, oil magnate; King Industries; became a personal friend of major character after they read law together at Oxford [**R] R***R* ****
111. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; took part ina poker match *****R**
112. Movie; 90s; British; navy Fleet Commander; Royal Navy; received an urgent message from the Admiralty ordering the fleet to search for a nearby Stealth Ship [****-****R**] *****
113. Movie; 60s; British; secretary; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; given the task of establishing a rigorous programme to train male agents to ignore the charms of women
114. Movie; 90s; American; Head of Special Projects, vice-president of media company; Carver Media Group Network; tasked to arrange and report any news of havoc that would earn lots of ratings
115. Movie; 90s; Azerbaijani/British (England); oil tycoon, socialite, CEO; King Industries; kidnapped in a scheme to extort a large sum from her father, who refused to pay the ransome *****R* ****
116. Movie; 60s; Jamaican; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland.
118. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; assassin, enforcer; major villains; knocked out gondola technician and tried to help kill two agents
119. Movie; 60s; Jamaican; shell diver; Independent; emerged from the sea collecting shells and singing "Under the Mango Tree"  ***** R***R
120. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; guard; Zorin Industries; brought someone a helmet **RR*
121. TV Movie; 00s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division; during World War II was recruited as personal assistant to the Director of Naval Intelligence
122. Movie; 80s; American; international arms dealer, mercenary, drug dealer; West Point,
Belgian Congo; his military career was a failure, so he turned to arms dealing to organize his own personal military force *R** ********R
123. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player?; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; lost with a straight flush in a poker match
124. TV Movie; 80s; unable to determine; unable to determine; unable to determine; the page with with most info on her got taken down, but played by someone who played another character in a movie [****] **R***** **R****
126. Movie; 70s; Portuguese; gunsmith; independent; delivered golden bullets to someone at a casino ****R
127. Movie; 60s; likely none; likely none; Recurring-D; independent?; later played by the same actor in non-Bond movies *R********** *R****R*
128. TV Movie; 00s; British (England); socialite; Recurring-C; none?; wife of major character
129. Movie; 60s; Romani; tribal leader; Romani camp; spied on the Bulgars, reporting information back to his old friend ***R*
130. Movie; 60s; American?; copilot; Flying Circus; seen in flight from Switzerland to Kentucky
131. Movie; 90s; Russian; Military Colonel, commanding officer of a Soviet nuclear testing facility; CIS (СНГ) Military; commanded guards as the facility was being decommissioned
132. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Smersh; attempted to distract someone in baccarat game by performing elaborate magic tricksm [**] *****R*
133. Movie; 70s; Egyptian; intelligence informant; Secret Intelligence Service; advised someone  to contact a black market trader and then a businessman
134. Movie; 10s-20s; Portuguese or British?; intelligence operative turned cyber-terrorist; Secret Intelligence Service, SPECTRE; committed a series of terrorist attacks as part of a larger plan to publicly discredit and kill someone R**** *****
135. Movie; 60s; British (England); navy commander, intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; impersonated someone in an effort to gain access to main villain
136. TV Seres (pre-Bond), TV Special (Bond); 00s (pre-Bond), 10s-20s (Bond); British; housewife turned apparent office cleaner; Recurring-D; apparently Secret Intelligence Service in this instance; spoke to bond on a screen *** (****** *****R)
137. Movie; 90s; Russian; escort girl; other character; one of two such characters who entertained someone, the other being 41
138. Movie; 70s; Chinese; henchwoman; main villain; ordered to watch someone who was changing in plane bathroom
139. Movie; 60s; British; secret service employee; Secret Intelligence Service; began training to resist seductive women *****R
140. Movie; 60s; German; bodyguard, criminal operative; SPECTRE; fed main villain's pet piranhas
141. Movie; 90s; unrevealed; stealth ship captain, security agent; Carver Media Group Network, Stealth Ship;  direct participant in plans to provoke a war between the United Kingdom and China
142. Movie; 70s; American; enforcer, acrobat; main villain; with 38, tasked with imprisoning reclusive billionaire ******R
143. Movie; 80s; Nicaraguan; henchman, enforcer; Sanchez Cartel, Contras; with others, caught main villain's mistress with another man **R**
145. Movie; 60s; American; enforcer; main villain;  in charge of gassing the members of the mafia with Nerve Gas
146. Movie; 90s; American; media executive; Carver Media Group Network; spoke to someone in a meeting giving an update via video uplink
147. Movie; 70s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; said in meeting that the CIA had verifed main villain's fingerprints on bullet **** *****R
148. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; sent to keep and eye on someone and diamonds
149. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; terrorist; SPECTRE; participated in an attempt in Mexico to blow up a stadium
150. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army; with 218 and 303, invited to a demonstration of a new satellite that supposed could provide sunlight to areas of the world which lack it in order to promote agricultural development in cold climate countries [****R**] ******** ****
151. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; got caught up in a winning streak in a casino
152. Movie; 80s; Soviet; military general, intelligence operative; Soviet Union; faked his defection as part of an illicit arms and drug deal [****R**] ***R** ******
153. Movie; 60s; Mexican; intelligence operative; Mexican Government?; congratulated someone on destroying heroin lab ***RR*
154. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Central Intelligence Agency; shadowed Bond starting at Kingston Airport ***** *****R
155. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; circus leader, smuggler, henchwoman; Octopus Cult; cheated against a major in backgammon
156. Movie; 70s; American; navy captain; US Navy; ordered the destruction of main villain's submarine platform [********R] **R**R
157. Movie; 80s; American; geologist; Zorin Industries; previously employed as chief engineer in a South African gold mine, where a cave-in killed twenty miners
158. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-B; SPECTRE (unclear if still active at this point); targeted someone in a cemetery *R*** ****R* *******
159. Movie; 70s; American; customs officer; US Government; at Los Angeles International Airport, wanted to check the supposed body of someone's dead brother **RR*
160. Movie; 00s; Russian; arms dealer; other character; listed as deceased in file ***** **R
161. Movie; 00s; Albanian; financier, criminal operative; Recurring-C (Recurring-A if you count a later image in cardboard cut-out); Quantum, SPECTRE (latter indirectly); banker who finances the world's terrorist organizations [**] *****R*
163. Movie; 00s; Austrian?; criminal operative, assassin; Recurring-A; Quantum, SPECTRE; recurring adversaryn prior to thallium poisoning [*R.] *****
164. Movie; 80s; German; mercenary, assassin; main villain; ordered top cut someone off as they were leaving biathlon course
166. TV Special; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; accompanied someone on helicopter ride
167. Movie; 00s; Italian; opera singer/actress or singer, depending on how you look at it; Recurring-D; none?; seen on stage in opera performance ***R** *****
168. Movie; 10s-20s; British; Member of Parliament, Home Secretary, minister of the court, president of the court; British Government; consistently negative about someone's actions during recent security crisis ****R ****R
169. Movie; 10s-20s; British; undercover agent; Secret Intelligence Service; one of five undercover agents whose cover was blown by someone after he uploaded images of them on a YouTube video
170. Movie (deleted scene); 70s; unrevealed; harpist; The Whyte House; played harp  from a floating island in a nearby swimming pool **R**
171. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; targeted by someone sitting on a bed with him
172. Movie; 00s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; provided intel on someone recently deceased **** *****R
173. Movie; 90s; Russian; KGB officer turned mafia boss, businessman; Recurring-A; KGB turned independent; years earlier was shot in the leg by someone who also stole his car and "his girl".
174. Movie; 60s; Soviet; Director of Military Intelligence; Soviet Embassy of Istanbul; seen in a conference at the embassy [****R**] *******
175. Movie; 10s-20s; British; assistant; Secret Intelligence Service; assisted in an attempt to retrieve a hard drive
176. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; mercenary, professional assassin, enforcer; KGB; usually seen with personal stereo and strangulation is his preferred killing method ***R**
177. Movie; 80s; American; entrepreneur, marine researcher, narcotics smuggler; Sanchez Cartel, Ocean Exotica, Wavekrest Marine Research;  used his company, Wavekrest Marine Research, to move cocaine for drug cartel ****** *R***
178. Movie; 00s; Bolivian/Russian; intelligence operative; Bolivian Secret Service, independent; seeking revenge for the murder of her family by exiled dictator ******* ****** R***R*
179. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; scientist; Stromberg Shipping (contracted); one of two scientists (the other 353) suspected by main villain of trying to sell the scaled-down photographic reproductions of submarine tracking system schematics to competing world powers [*R******R] **R******
180. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); socialite; Recurring-C; none?; part of scheme to ply two Germans with drink and food in an attempt to learn how German U-boats made it through the British minefields near Norway
182. Movie; 60s; Australian; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland ****R***** ***** ** *****
183. Movie; 10s-20s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; assigned to guard a safe drive containing information on undercover agents embedded into terrorist groups R*****
184. Movie; 80s; Indian; bodyguard, enforcer; main villain; destroyed rigged dice someone used in a game of backgammon at a hotel casino
185. Movie; 60s; American; gangster; American Mafia; with 280 and someone in part 2, was promised one million dollars in stolen gold bullion but was doublecrossed
186. TV Episode; 50s-60s; Soviet; intelligence operative; SMERSH?; believed someone was trying to poison her with cyanide pills and tried to do the same back
187. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; tried to flee with fake Fabergé Egg he stole from circus
188. Movie; 90s; French; helicopter pilot; Eurocopter Tiger; did test flight of new helicopter prototype [**********] *R****** *R****
189. Movie; 70s; American; stand-up comic; main villain; acted as part of diamond smuggling pipeline
190. TV Episode; 50s-60s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; encountered Russian spy while on holiday
191. Movie; 60s; British; quartermaster; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; replaced someone's Beretta 418 .25 pistol with a Walther PPK handgun [****R] *****R***
192. Movie; 00s; British; international liaison officer; Recurring-C (Recurring-A if you count archive footage); HM Treasury, Quantum, SPECTRE (latter indirectly); forced to act as double agent due to lover being taken hostage *****R ****
193. TV Movie; 80s; British?; unable to determine; unable to determine; the page with with most info on her got taken down, but actress playing her has a middle name that is usually masculine when a first name
194. Movie; 80s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; with someone in part two, rescued someone from the Moroccan police in Tangiers
195. Movie; 90s; German; enforcer, torturer, head of security; Carver Media Group Network; shot at survivors of torpedoed ship R****R* ******R
196. Movie; 80s; Soviet; assassin, circus performer; various characters; pinned someone to a cabin door with knives *R******
197. Movie; 60s; French; assassin, secret society member; SPECTRE; faked death and posed as own widow ******* *****R
198. Movie; 60s; French; intelligence operative; Smersh; posed as a widow to try to discredit someone
199. Movie; 80s; British; spy ship crew member; Secret Intelligence Service; responsible for using the ATAC system when a mine hit the ship ***R***R
200. Movie; 90s; British; navy lieutenant commander; Royal Navy; second-in-command of the British Type 23 frigate, HMS Devonshire [********** ********R] ****R ****
201. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Central Intelligence Agency; pointed out main villain emerging from hotel for daily card game ***** *****R
202. Movie; 60s; French; police inspector; French Special Police; met up with someone in a French pissoir [********R] ******
203. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; criminal operative; SPECTRE; pursued by someone during the Day of the Dead parade at the Zocalo in Mexico City **R** ****RR*
204. Movie; 70s; Thai; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; discussed the solex agitator with someone
205. Movie; 90s; British; media mogul; own company; attempted to provoke a war between the United Kingdom and China in order to destroy the Chinese government and use the new government to obtain exclusive broadcasting rights in China ***** *****R
206. Movie; 80s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed; offered somone sausage and beer
207. Movie; 60s; British/Dutch/Indonesian; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; uncovered a plan to sell compromising photographs of military leaders from the USA, USSR, China and Great Britain at an "art auction
208. Movie; 80s; unable to determine; nuclear physicist, henchman; SPECTRE; was neverous when speaking to one villain, thyough another villain acted more fatherly towards him
209. Movie; 70s; Thai; unrevealed; other character; seen skinny dipping in a pool
210. Movie; 00s; British (England); intelligence operative, publicist; Secret Intelligence Service, Graves Corporation; Harvard-educated, gold medal-winning Olympic fencer **R**** *R***
211. Movie; 90s; Russian/Bosnian; anarchist terrorist; KGB turned independemt; conspired with billionaire heiress to monopolize the world's oil market for profit R***R* (*****R *****)
212. Movie; 10s-20s; Mexican; field operative; Mexican Secret Service; accompanied someone at the Day of the Dead celebrations in Mexico City ***R****
213. Movie; 70s; Swedish; unrevealed; main villain; mistress of professional assassin ***R** ****R*
214. Movie; 60s; Cayman Islander; fisherman; various characters; helped collect rock samples from the island of Crab Key ***RR**
215. Movie; 80s; American; Director of Oil and Mines; San Francisco City Hall; unwittingly aided psychotic industrialist in his plot to destroy Silicon Valley
216. Movie; 80s; British; assistant secretary; Secret Intelligence Service; was given a bouquet of carnations
217. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; unrevealed; unrevealed; wanted someone to "make love" to her ***** **R*****
218. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army; with 150 and 303, invited to a demonstration of a new satellite that supposed could provide sunlight to areas of the world which lack it in order to promote agricultural development in cold climate countries [****R**] ***
219. Movie; 80s; Cuban; freelance hitman; main villain; hired to kill a family *****R ********
220. TV Episode; 80s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-C; SPECTRE?; interviewed on talk show *R*** ****R* *******
221. TV Miniseries; 10s-20s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division; initially a mischievous playboy who is chasing women, collecting books and living off his family's fortune
222. Movie; 60s; Jamaican?; army general; Jamaican government; aided somone in investigation of main villain [****R*********] ****
223. Movie; 80s; Isthmian; national president; Isthmus, Sanchez Cartel;  he and others were bribed and intimidated into becoming thralls of drug baron and his cartel *****R *****
224. Movie; 90s; Swiss; banker; La Banque Suisse de L'Industrie; involved in a number of deals with terrorists and other international criminals.
225. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; participated in casino poker match
226. Movie; 10s-20s; British; scientist; Secret Intelligence Service; with others, worked for over a decade on the creation of the nanonweapon Heracles [*R.] *****
227. Movie; 60s; British; quartermaster, branch head; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; gave someone a case containing a throwing-knife, anti-tampering mechanism with a magnetised tear-gas cartridge (disguised as a tin of talcum powder), and fifty gold sovereigns [****R] *****R***
228. Movie; 90s; Canadian; navy admiral, representative; Canadian Armed Forces, Royal Canadian Navy; lured back to woman's yacht, the Manticore, for a night of fun [****R**] ***** **RR**
229. Movie; 70s; British (England)?; former intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; unlike other versions, this version is a villain
230. Movie; 60s; Scandinavian; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland
231. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence agency Head; American Secret Service, Central Intelligence Agency, FBI, possibly others; has a habit of introducing himself with a stream of "alphabet soup", including all the organisations and branches he is involved with R******
232. Movie; 80s; Japanese; narcotics agent posing as drug lord; Hong Kong Narcotics Agency; tasked with infiltrating drug lord's operations in Isthmus
233. Movie; 80s; Indian; station head; Secret Intelligence Service; escorrted someone to hotel, pointing out a palace along the way ***R*****
234. Movie; 60s; British (England) but posing as Austrian; henchwoman posing as countess; other character; mistress of smuggler; sent to extract information from someone
235. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchwoman; main villain; escorted two characters to their rooms [*****R] ****
236. TV Episode; 80s; British; agency head; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; upset by amounts on someone's bills
238. TV Episode; 90s; British; agency head; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; listened to a threat to blow up the White House or the Kingdome, or at least a tent near the latter
239. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; ordered killed by the ruler of San Monique
240. Movie; 80s; Chinese; drug dealer; own cartel?; with others, offered exclusive franchises in main villain's cocaine product, priced at one million US dollars per territory [*R.] ***
241. Movie; 70s; American; professional gambler?; independent?; lost all his money in a vain attempt to win the affections of opportunist/hustler
242. Movie; 70s; Thai; businessman, industrialist; independent; hired assassin to kill scientist and recover an item
243. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; participated  in raid on Fort Knox
244. Movie; 80s; French; personal pilot; Drax Industries, Drax Airlines; provided someone with an aerial tour of someone else's property **R**** *****R
245. Movie; 70s; British; diamond syndicate chairman; British Government; raised concerns with the Prime Minister regarding the increase in smuggling from South Afican mines, urging the British Secret Service to become involved [*8R] ****** *****R
246. Movie; 80s; American; stockbroker turned accountant; Sanchez Cartel; questioned the financial aspects of someone's decisions *R****-*****
247. Movie; 60s; British; taxi driver, intelligence operative; Foreign Office, Security Service; assisted someone in her infiltration of International Mother's Help in Berlin **R**** ****R*
248. Movie; 70s; San Monique; reptile handler, tribal chief; Voodoo Cult; eliminated someone's enemies via sacrifices
249. Movie; 90s; British; navy chief petty officer; Royal Navy; crew member of the British Type 23 frigate, HMS Devonshire [***** ***** ******R] *. ****
250. Movie; 70s; American; diamond smuggler; SPECTRE; claimed she was named after her (accidental) birthplace, where her parents were going through a choice of wedding bands
251. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); socialite; none?; mother of major character
252. Movie; 60s; French; bodyguard, assassin, secret society member; SPECTRE; waited for someone outside the chapel where the latter's fake funeral is taking place *R****
253. Movie; 60s; British; air force group captain; Royal Air Force; responsible for overseeing a NATO training flight which was subsequently hijacked by SPECTRE
254. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; stand-up comic?; unrevealed; did a monologue on a beach ***** ******R**
255. Movie; 70s; British; ballistics expert; Secret Intelligence Service; helped analyse the remains of the bullet that killed someone ******R**
256. Movie; 60s; German; personal assistant, criminal operative; SPECTRE; trapped someone on plane with a smoke bomb and a wooden restraint ***** *R****
258. Movie; 00s; Canadian; intelligence operative; Canadian Security Intelligence Service; someone saved her from being compromised **RR*** ******
259. Movie; 00s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed; mistook someone for a valet, and gave him his car keys in order to park his Range Rover
260. Movie; 80s; Soviet; assassin, circus knife-thrower; various characters; attacked someone with welding torch
261. Movie; 80s; Greek; henchman, smuggler; other character; aids someone in fight to stop Soviet agents in Greece **R****R**
262. TV Episode; 50s-60s; French; intelligence operative; Soviet Union; henchman for main villain
263. Movie; 60s; Turkish; fisherman turned station head; Secret Intelligence Service; years ago infiltrated a traveling circus, working as a strongman and wrestler, and spied on the Russians, pretending he didn't know the language *** **R** ***
264. Movie; 80s; Greek; guerilla soldier turned smuggler; Greek Resistance turned independent; red herring character in terms of main villain
265. Movie; 00s; Greek; government contractor; Quantum; beaten in a game of poker three kings to three aces
266. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchman; SPECTRE; imposter used in training exercise
267. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; cultist, bodyguard; Octopus Cult; tasked with taking someone to their room
268. Movie; 80s; Greek; henchman, driver, assassin; main villain; participated in the finding of St. Georges (a ship)
269. Movie; 80s; American; drug enforcement operative; Drug Enforcement Administration; informed by someone over the phone that his boss had been maimed
270. Movie; 70s; American;  would-be assistant to wealthy men; independent?; upon stating her first name was told "You certainly are".
271. Movie; 60s; German; criminal, enforcer; Recurring-C; Red Lightning Tong turned SPECTRE; first seen at the Shrublands health spa
272. Movie; 70s; British; nuclear submarine staff officer/captain; Royal Navy; British nuclear submarine staff officer who is the first to learn about the mysterious disappearance of the HMS Ranger
273. Movie; 70s; Thai; ninja; Martial Arts School; student in the training school of wealthy industrialist
274. Movie; 60s; East German; spy trainer, assistant; Smersh; when he gets overexcited, this heart causes him trouble and to go too fast
276. Movie; 70s; British; solar energy scientist; Secret Intelligence Service;  employed by Thai multi-millionaire industrialist to develop a solution to the world's ongoing energy crisis
277. Movie; 00s; Cuban; gene therapist, clinic director; La Clinica Alvarez; corrupt director of the DNA replacement therapy clinic, La Clinica Alvarez, on the Isla de Los Organos, Cuba, who helped North Korean military officer and smuggler change identity [*R.] ****R**
278. Movie; 10s-20s; French; criminal board member; SPECTRE; one of the SPECTRE board members who secretly met at the Palazzo Cadenza in Rome following the death of an operative **R***
279. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; equestrian, enforcer; main villain; in San Francisco City Hall, after a murder, appeared in the doorway with petrol canisters and begins to douse the carpeting so the building can be set aflame
280. Movie; 60s; American; gangster; American Mafia; with 185 and someone in part 2, was promised one million dollars in stolen gold bullion but was doublecrossed **** **R**
281. Movie; 60s; French; liaison; Secret Intelligence Service; attended a funeral [****.] ** **R**
282. Movie; 60s; American; actor, dancer; independent?; shot by backwards firing gun ***R** R***
283. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; helped someone find a hijacked plane that was carrying two atomic bombs, which they eventually find along with the corpse of the phony NATO observer ***** *****R
285. Movie; 60s; Chinese–Jamaican; freelance photographer, spy; Daily Gleaner; employed by main villain to spy on someone
286. Movie; 80s; Soviet; intelligence operative; KGB; taped an incriminating conversation between main villain and his oil company chief
287. Movie; 00s; British; section chief/double agent; Secret Intelligence Service; corrupt MI6 section chief in Prague, Czech Republic *R****
288. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; bodyguard, enforcer; main villain;  present in the Bahamas on-board Le Chiffre's luxury yacht, as the main villain plays poker *R***
289. Movie; 80s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed; thoguht someone was crazy for turning down sausage and beer
290. Movie; 60s; American?; masseuse; Fontainebleau Miami Beach Hotel; was slapped on the behind as she left the man she was massaging so he could have a private conversation with someone else
291. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; bodyguard, enforcer; Quantum; helped main villain  reclaim $101,206,000 due to a failed plot to sabotage an aerospace company
292. Movie; 00s; Swiss; banker; James Bond Wiki suggests a casino he does business with but more likely his bank; responsible for all monetary transactions during and after tournaments at a casino
293. Movie; 80s; American; fisherman; own charter business; attended a wedding ***R***
294. Movie; 80s; British; secret society member; Recurring-C; SPECTRE; reported that the criminal organisation earned £250,000 as a consultation fee for the Great Train Robbery of 1963 ******R ****
295. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; trying to sneak into a place, was detected due to a flock of birds near him catching the guards' attention
296. Movie; 00s; French; intelligence operative; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; was falsely believed by Bond to have doublecrossed him R*** ******
297. Movie; 60s; Swiss; solicitor; main villain; acted as a middle-man between the College of Arms and the main villain
298. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; hotel manager; unnamed hotel; very helpful man and gave the best of his guests
299. Movie; 70s; American; ranger; Ranger Station 1; owned the fastest boat in the bayou and worked for the State Wildlife Department Ranger Station 1
300. Movie; 70s; American; mortician, diamond smuggler; own company;  part of the diamond smuggling pipeline from South Africa via Europe **R*** ******R
301. Movie; 10s-20s; American; secret society member; SPECTRE; at a meeting, listened to reports of the attacks on Hamburg and Indonesia **R*****
302. Movie; 60s; Japanese; sumo wrestler; presumed Dewanoumi; gave someone tickets to a match
303. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army; with 150 and 218, invited to a demonstration of a new satellite that supposed could provide sunlight to areas of the world which lack it in order to promote agricultural development in cold climate [****R**] **
304. Movie; 10s-20s; unrevealed; secret society member; SPECTRE; present at the SPECTRE meeting at the Palazzo Cadenza in Rome ****R***
305. Movie; 90s; Japanese;  terrorist, chemical weapons expert; ADFL (Congolese Rebels in Zaire); wanted for the Tokyo subway sarin gas attack ******* *****R*
306. Movie; 80s; Korean?; bodyguard, enforcer?; Recurring-C; unable to determine; leapt off the Eiffel Tower with a parachute
307. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; security agent; SPECTRE; seen during the SPECTRE meeting in Rome **R****
308. Movie; 10s-20s; British-French; none; none; daughter of major supporting character
309. Movie; 60s;American; entrepreneur; independent/own company; reclusive American billionaire industrialist whose vast business empire and identity are subsequently stolen by main villain *****R* *****
310. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchman; other character; attacked someone he later became an ally of in hotel home in Monte Carlo
311. TV Movie; 80s; German?; military general; National Socialist German Workers’ Party; main villain [***.] **R**R* *********
312. Movie; 80s; French; enforcer, head of security, pilot; Zorin Industries; head of security for the illicit business dealings of billionaire industrialist ***R****
313. TV Movie; 80s; unable to determine; unable to determine; unable to determine; info sparse and I never watched this
314. Movie; 80s; French; intelligence agent; French Secret Service; Secret Service contact in the South of France ***** **R** ******-***
315. Movie; 60s; no citizenship; place of birth unrevealed; pet; Recurring-A or B (hard to tell because the movies tend to use multiple cats); main villain; in one instance another cat was mistaken for this one
316. Movie; 80s; Soviet; unrevealed; KGB; was partly stripped by someone to distract guards R********
317. Movie; 90s; British; lab assistant turned quartermaster; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; trained to replace another character
318. Movie; 10s-20s; Russian; terrorist leader, scientist, anarchist; independent; motivated to take down the criminal organisation SPECTRE for the deaths of his family at the hands of assassin ********* *****
319. Movie; 60s; British; poultry farmer, sleeper agent (unknowingly); main villain (unknowingly); poultry allergy sufferer from Morecambe Bay, Lancashire R*** **R*****
320. Movie; 60s; British?; retired intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Smersh, Secret Intelligence Service; former secret agent who has since become a multi-millionaire with a penchant for wearing ridiculously extravagant outfits at her office *****R ****
321. Movie; 90s; Russian; computer technician, cyber-terrorist; Janus Syndicate; believed himself to be invincible **R** ********* *R*******
322. Movie; 60s; American; scientist; W.W. Tectronics, G Section; had been working for the company in "G section" for three years and was part of a team constructing an orbital laser weapon ***** **R**R*******
323. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; took part in a poker match at a casino in Montenegro
324. Movie; 60s; Chinese; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; argued with someone about the taste of the Chinese being different than all other women
325. Movie; 90s; Russian; lounge singer; unidentified St. Petersburg nightclub; worked as a singer at club in St. Petersburg, but appeared to be completely tone deaf *R***
326. Movie; 00s; Swiss; enforcer, criminal operative; Quantum, Greene Planet; tasked with assisting mission to secure a resource-rich patch of land in Latin America by funding the overthrow of the Bolivian president in favor for exiled Bolivian General
327. Movie; 80s; American; diver, killer; Wavekrest Marine Research, Sanchez Cartel; murdered a friend of Bond's
328. Movie; 90s; unrevealed; television news presenter; Carver Media Group Network; present during a party at Hamburg media center, celebrating the launch of a new CMGN satellite ****R* *****
329. Movie; 80s; British; quartermaster; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; felt that things had been dull in the absense of another character
330. Movie; 70s; Italian; secretary; other character(s); secretary to Egyptian black market trader
331. Movie; 00s; British; agency head; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; sent someone to execute a duplicitous station chief in Prague, Czech Republic and his informant ****** *********
332. Movie; 00s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; tripped and fell into the crowd while chasing someone **R**R
333. Movie; 00s; French; environmentalist, criminal, company founder/head; Recurring-A; Quantum, Greene Planet, SPECTRE (indirectly); spearheading the Tierra Project in Bolivia ******* *R****
334. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; driver; Secret Intelligence Service; drove someone to the circus in East Germany **R*
335. Movie; 80s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; picked someone up after he arrived in New York ***R***
336. Movie; 00s; Algerian (but born in Egypt); intelligence operative, terrorist, honeytrap; Quantum, SPECTRE (indirectly); seduced high-ranking women with valuable connections ***** ****R*
337. Movie; 10s-20s; British; assistant; Secret Intelligence Service; briefly met with Bond and another character
338. Movie; 80s; American; drug enforcement agent; Drug Enforcement Administration;  accepted a $2 million bribe to free drug baron from U.S. custody ** *******R
339. Movie; 10s-20s; Austrian; terrorist mastermind; Recurring-A; SPECTRE, Independent; murdered father in a staged avalanche in Kitzbühel due to father's close relationship with  foster brother *R*** ****R* ******* (*R*** ****R*****R)
340. Movie; 10s-20s; British; scientist; Secret Intelligence Service; responsible for the development of nanoweapon [*R.] **R**
341. Commercial; 90s; Polish?; unrevealed; Recurring-C; unrevealed if any; seen riding a highway or tour bus
342. Movie; 00s; Italian; card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; took pasrt in casino poker match
343. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)?; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; put can in trash bag and then dropped the bag
344. Movie; 60s; East German; spy trainer; Smersh, International Mothers' Help; ran school for spies, based in East Berlin, that is a Smersh cover operation [*R**] ******R
345. Movie; 90s; Russian; army major general; Armed Forces of the Russian Federation; was Russia's liaison to the joint MI6 / Admirality team in the British Situation Room [****R ****R**] *****R**
346. Movie; 70s; American; unrevealed; unrevealed; accompanied husband on holiday in Thailand ******** *****R
347. Movie; 10s-20s; British; intelligence operative turned secretary; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; inadvertently shot ally non-fatally
348. Movie; 80s; Soviet; military lieutenant-general; USSR; believed that the Warsaw Pact had a decisive advantage over NATO in conventional military strength that was being tossed away by its leaders in détente [**********-****R**] *R***
349. Movie; 70s; French; henchwoman; main villain; someone choked her with her bikini top to extract info on main villain's whereabouts **R**
350. Movie; 00s; Ugandan; resistance army commander; Lord's Resistance Army, Quantum; angered that main villain lost his money
351. Movie; 10s-20s; Cuban; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; despite claiming to have had only three weeks of training, proved to be highly effective in combat
352. Movie; 60s; Turkish; station agent; Secret Intelligence Service; someone asked to help to get across the frontier between Yugoslavia and Trieste
353. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; scientist; Stromberg Shipping; one of two scientists (the other 353) suspected by main villain of trying to sell the scaled-down photographic reproductions of submarine tracking system schematics to competing world powers [*R.] ********
354. Movie; 60s; Mexican; assassin, enforcer; other character; involved in plot of selling heroin through the front of selling bananas
355. TV Episode; 00s; British?; unwilling criminal agent; Recurring-C; other character (unwillingly); had to work for villain because her brother was being held hostage ***** ****R*
357. Movie; 80s; Greek; guerilla soldier turned heroin smuggler, intelligence operative; USSR, Great Britain, Greek Resistance (formerly), KGB; hired by KGB to obtain the ATAC device *R** *R*******
358. Movie; 60s; Soviet; cipher clerk, army corporal; Soviet Armed Forces, SPECTRE (Unknowingly); originally was a ballerina, but had to abandon her goal of dancing for the Bolshoi Ballet when she grew one inch taller than the maximum height permitted for girls ******** R*******
359. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; claimed to be on her second assignment R**** **R**R
360. Movie; 60s; Soviet; embassy Chief of Security; Soviet Embassy of Istanbul; seen in conference that was spied upon
361. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative, laboratory assistant; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; helped test an arm cast, which flipped out and crushed the head of an adjacent dummy ******R*
362. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; possible professional gambler; independent?; watched a card game that she did not participate in *R**
363. TV Movie; 10s-20s; British (England); model; likely modeling agency; nickname was the sound a farm animal makes **R*** "***" *R****
364. Movie; 70s; Soviet; intelligence operative; KGB; tried to assassinate someone on a downhill ski chase in Austria **R*** **R***
365. Movie; 00s; American; military general; American army; leader of the American army in the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea [****R**] *******R
366. Movie; 60s; British; navy chief petty officer turned butler; Royal Navy; greeted someone at the front door and took him to his former Admiral, whom he was now the butler for [***** ***** ******R] *******
367. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; criminal associate; Quantum; tried to poison someone during casino match
368. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; criminal operative, professional assassin;  SPECTRE; broke out of Dartmoor Prison and two years later was recruited by the international criminal organisation SPECTRE and from then on trained as an agent and assassin R** *R***
369. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; criminal operative?; unrevealed; while sitting on bed with someone, pulled out gun and threatened to kill him
370. Movie; 00s; British; field agent; Secret Intelligence Service; with another agent, tazed someone and dragged him away
371. Movie; 00s; American; section chief; Central Intelligence Agency; negotiated a deal with someone to ignore his orchestrated coup in Bolivia in exchange for oil *R***R* ******* "*R***" ****
372. Movie; 00s; Bolivian; army general; Bolivia; military dictator of his home country, Bolivia, but was later overthrown and exiled [****R**] ***R**


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Re: Gotta Catch 'em All Challenge 62 Collage 50 James Bond Live 1 of 2

For the James Bond Hangman round, numbers spelled out where possible. If a one word name (M, Q, or R) has a known or implied real name, that will be used instead; otherwise such characters will be locked but not noted as such.

The Random Number Generator picks W.

Letters found so far: RW

See first post for explamation of Recurring categories.

1. Movie; 00s; Russian; politician, secret society member; Quantum, Russian Government; one of several peoples attending a meeting during an opera performance *****R **R****
2. Movie; 80s; Afghan; Deputy Commander of the Eastern District; Mujaheddin, Snow Leopard Brotherhood; freed by Bond from a prison during Bond's own escape attempt ***R** ****
3. Movie; 70s; British (England); diamond smuggler, transport consultant; major villain (unknowingly); impersonated by Bond  ****R *R****
4. Movie; 70s; American; astronaut; W Technologies; astronaut testing or training on Whyte-manufactured moon landing equipment **RR*
5. Movie; 70s; San Monique; crime kingpin, politician; Voodoo Cult; using poppies, hoped to flood the U.S. market with two tonnes of heroin distributed through his legitimate restaurants free of charge, thus forcing other drug dealers out of business. *R. *** [(*R.) *******
6. Movie; 80s; Soviet; KGB General; KGB; Bond was set to kill him but was distristful about the reasons [****R**] ****** *******
8. Movie; 70s; American; flying school student; Bleeker Flying School; was in a plane that was targeted by henchmen [*R*.] ****
9. TV Episode; 50s-60s; British; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; British Intelligence; gave someone 32 million francs to allow him to keep playing in a casino ***R**** *****R
10. Movie; 90s; Russian; atomic scientist; Russian Atomic Energy Department; gave someone  a plane necessary to steal a nuclear weapon set to be dismantled in Kazakhstan [*R.] ******* *R***
12. Movie; 80s; British; butler, security operative; Secret Intelligence Service; discovered assassins dumping a cook's body into a chest freezer *R*** ***R
13. Movie; 80s; East German; intelligence operative, biathlete; KGB; young woman was interested in him but he only scowled at her *R*** *R*****R
14. Movie; 90s; French; helicopter pilot; Eurocopter Tiger; captain of new helicopter prototype [****.] **R**R* *****R*
15. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; had blood thrown at him
16. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; professional assassin, criminal operative; Recurring-C; SPECTRE; deployed in order to protect the secrecy of SPECTRE's plot
17. Movie; 00s; Japanese; chemical engineer; other character; seen only in a photo, along with 160 and someone in part 2 ***** **W***W*
18. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; diamond trader; other character; contracted to supply rogue colonel with African conflict diamonds in exchange for weaponry. *** ***R*
19. Movie; 90s; Russian; programmer;  none; unknowingly friends with a villain, whom she saw as an annoying little brother ******* *****R**** ********
20. Movie; 60s; Chinese; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland.
21. Movie; 60s; British?; adjutant; other character; newspaper hints that this character was intended to have a larger role in the film; instead was just present in a meeting between Bond and another character
22. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; tasked with arresting rogue agent dead or alive
23. Movie; 60s; Japanese; intelligence operative; Japanese Secret Service; helped someone with ninja training and pretending to be Japanese
24. Movie; 80s; British (England); high ranking politician; Recurring-D; British Government, Conservative Party; based on real person **R**R** *******R
25. Movie; 70s; American; technology firm administrator; W.W. Tectronics; under his watch his company constructed an orbital laser weapon
26. Movie; 80s; Italian; intelligence operative; British Secret Service; informed Bond about activities of a killer Bond was chasing ***** **RR*R*
27. Movie; 60s; Irish; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland *R*** ***** ** *****
28. Movie; 70s; South African; houseboy; missionary school; read to school children
29. Movie; 70s; Soviet; KGB General; KGB, Ministry of Foreign Affairs; recurring ally of MI6 despite being on opposite sides during the Cold war [****R**] ****** *****
30. Movie; 80s; Russian; curator; USSR; realized a piece of jewelry was a fake **R****
31. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; businessman in novelization; other character; was involved with main villain's mistress ****R**
32. Movie; 10s-20s; British; criminal operative; SPECTRE; attended a "birthday" festivity in Cuba [**R] ********* *'***
34. Movie; 60s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-A if you count repeating footage, otherwise Recurring-B; Royal Navy, Secret Intelligence Service; targeted by unseen assailant whom he shot
35. Movie; 90s; British; navy captain; Royal Navy; his ship was remotely meaconed off-course into Chinese-held waters by techno-terrorist [********R] R****R* ***
36. Movie; 80s; American; state geologist; State of California; her father passed before he could train her how to effectively maintiain control over the family oil company
37. Movie; 60s; Russian; cipher clerk; Soviet Armed Forces; with 105, colleage of major supporting character (in the movie, not series as a whole)
38. Movie; 70s; American; enforcer, acrobat; major villain; with 142, tasked with imprisoning reclusive billionaire
40. Movie; 70s; American; state trooper; Louisiana State Police; helped sheriff try to to catch people on the river
41. Movie; 90s; Russian; escort girl; other character; one of two such characters who entertained someone, the other being 137 **R*****
42. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)?; intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; unlike other versions of this character, could not hold his liquor *****W***** ***** ****
43. Movie; 90s; American; media executive; Carver Media Group Network; tasked to arrange and report any news of havoc that would earn lots of ratings
44. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; honeytrap, intelligence operative; Smersh; masqueraded as a daughter of a late "MI5" head and is only identifiable by pseudonym *** ****RR*
45. Movie; 80s; American; Air Force commanding officer; U.S. Air Force; enjoyed a circus performance [********** ****R**] ****R***
47. Movie; 00s; British; intelligence contact; other character; spotted someone shadowing him as he watched a cricket match *****R
48. Movie; 80s; no citizenship; place of birth unrevealed; pet; Recurring-B; major villain; abandoned his human after the latter's plot went awry
49. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); intelligence operative; British Security Coordination; took someone to a bar that was considered a bit of a dive ***R *R***
50. Movie; 70s; British; navy captain; Royal Navy; with his nuclear submarine crew, taken captive by main villain [********R] ******
51. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; terrorist, bomb maker; major villain; attended a mongoose/snake fight in Madagascar
52. Movie; 70s; American; sheriff; Recurring-A; Louisiana State Police; after previously pursuiing someone, encountered them again while on vacation in Thailand [***R***] *.W. *****R
54. Movie; 80s; Soviet; bomb expert; USSR; delivered a nuclear bomb to villains [*****R **********] ****
55. Movie; 70s; Cuban; detective, sleeper agent/intelligence operative; independent;  loaned someone a 1957 Ford Fairlane to travel to Los Organos R****
56. Movie; 70s; Chinese; student?; karate school?; with sister, helped defeat martial arts students
57. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; terrorist, weapons manufacturer; Quantum; used a Ugandan warlord's money to short-sell stock in a promising aerospace company, thus betting the money on the company's failure; character only known by alias **R*** *******
58. Movie; 90s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; was scolded for calling someone the Evil Queen of Numbers **** *****R
59. Movie; 90s; Chinese; Military General; People's Liberation Army; intended to wipe out the Chinese top politicians and military officers with nuclear rocket and, afterwards, take over the government in China [****R**] *****
60. Movie; 60s; British; Air Force group captain; Royal Air Force; one of the men responsible for overseeing the recovery of atomic weapons hijacked by SPECTRE *R*****R*
61. Movie; 10s-20s; British; psychologist; Secret Intelligence Service; examined someone's mental health after he came back to MI6. [*****R] ****
62. Movie; 10s-20s; French; mercenary, assassin; Recurring-A only if you count picture; SPECTRE; upon discovering that he was being tailed, initiated a high speed car chase that attracted the attention of several local police officers ***R***
63. Movie; 70s; British; helicopter pilot, personal assistant; major villain; flirted with someone she tried to kill
64. Movie; 90s; British; Deputy Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; helped bring Bond up to speed on the latest events and the parameters of his mission ***R*** R*******
65. Movie; 80s; German; geneticist turned horse breeder, head scientist; Nazi Germany, Soviet Union, Zorin Industries; experiments led to babies who  were often psychotic in nature, but grew into children with gifted intelligence.  [**.] **R* **R***R (**** *****)
66. Movie; 00s; British; Special Advisor to the Prime Minister, criminal operative; Quantum, British Government; one of several peoples attending a meeting during an opera performance
67. Movie; 60s; Italian; infiltrator; SPECTRE; hired to assassinate and impersonate NATO pilot
68. Movie; 80s; British/Greek; unrevealed; Independent; located assassin who killed her parents at the villa he owned near Madrid, Spain, and went there to exact her revenge
69. Movie; 00s; British; personal security detail, sleeper agent; Secret Intelligence Service, Quantum; mole who passed annual security checks and lie detector tests *R*** ********
70. Movie; 80s; Isthmian; bank secretary; Banco de Isthmus; when someone arrived to make a "small deposit" in the bank (in reality, almost $5 million), she helped her patron count his money.
71. Movie; 00; North Korean; Military General; Korean People's Army; wished for a peaceful reunification of Korea, whereas his son wanted war [****R**] ****
73. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division; got himself expelled from Eton and other prestigious public schools before his mother, fed up, sent him to work for Reuters
74. Movie; 70s; Soviet; KGB agent; KGB; with another character, survived a fight with Bond in Egypt **R**
75. Movie; 80s; Ukrainian SSR; General Secretary; Communist Party of the Soviet Union; oversaw a meeting of the Red Army military commissariat ****** *R******
76. TV Episode; 00s; American; professional gambler?; none?; was shocked by the name of a woman who showed up at the table he was sitting at at a casino
77. Movie; 00s; Italian; unrevealed; other character; persuaded boyfriend to assist Bond
78. Movie; 60s; American; professional gambler?; unrevealed; his secretary assisted a rival in cheating him in cards
79. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; unrevealed; unrevealed; someone was worried she'd trigger a code to a missile
80. Movie; 60s; Bahamian; intelligence operative, boating supplies shop owner; Secret Intelligence Service; operated from the basement of his boating supplies shop *****R
81. Movie; 80s; British; secretary; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; helped investigate sniper in Bratislava
82. Movie; 60s; French; intelligence agency head; Deuxième Bureau; implored someone to come out of retirement to deal with org who has been eliminating agents ***R***
83. TV Episode; 50-60s; French?; intelligence operative; Soviet Union; threatended someone with a cane-gun
84. Movie; 70s; British?; diamond smuggler, missionary teacher; SPECTRE (unknowingly); transported diamonds off the continent in a hollowed-out Bible [*R*.] W*******
85. TV Episode (later expanded on DVD); 00s; British (England)?; intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; fought three hooded opponents
87. Movie; 60s; Japanese; Head of Secret Service; Japanese Secret Service; headquarters is inside an underground train that constantly travels around the Tokyo subway for his protection ****R ******
88. Movie; 80s; Isthmian;  enforcer, henchman, advisor; Sanchez Cartel; with others, caught main villain's mistress with another man **R**
89. Movie; 80s; American; police detective; Key West Police Department; investigated someone's maiming R*******
90. Movie; 80s; Greek/British (born in Greece); unrevealed; unrevealed; mother of 68
91. Movie; 10s-20s; French; consultant psychiatrist; Recurring-A; Hoffler Klinik, SPECTRE, Quantum (latter two via familial association); Bond incorrectly believed she had doublecrossed him [*R.] ********* *W***
92. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; maintenance and security officer/mechanic; major villain; unsuccessfully tried to flirt with someone *R*
93. Movie; 00s; German; criminal operative; Quantum; met with someone in Venice to receive money
94. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative, astronaut; Central Intelligence Agency; spied on main villain
95. Movie; 60s; Italian; criminal operative; Recurring-C; SPECTRE; collected rare shark species for research and conservation purposes for marine institutes ****** **R**
98. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-A; SPECTRE; uncovered embezzlement and electrocuted the culprit *R*** ****R* *******
99. TV Episode; 80s; British (England)?; businessman, criminal; independent?; petted a rabbit stuffed animal
100. Movie; 60s; Chinese; technical liaison/nuclear fission specialist, intelligence operative; China; provided main villain with atomic bomb [*R.] ****
101. Movie; 80s; British; representative; Foreign and Commonwealth Office; informed someone that another character's yacht, the Flying Saucer, was now heading for Nice, France ***** *****-**W****
102. Movie; 80s; Belgian; henchman, professional assassin; Marseilles and Hong Kong drug syndicates; after being convicted of several particularly brutal murders, he was sentenced to life imprisonment in Namur Prison
103. Movie; 00s; British; personal assistant; Secret Intelligence Service; gagged upon seeing open-eyed corpse ******R*
104. Movie; 90s; Ukrainian SSR; head of security, terrorist; King Industries; bhelped Russian scientist smuggle Parahawks
105. Movie; 60s; Russian; cipher clerk; Soviet Armed Forces; with 37, colleage of major supporting character (in the movie, not series as a whole) *R***
106. Movie; 70s; American; CIA agent; Central Intelligence Agency; posted around casino during risky diamond exchange
107. Movie; 70s; American; flying school owner?; own flying school; called someone for compensation after one of his places was destroyed ******R
108. Movie; 00s; Bolivian; military lieutenant; other character; accompanied his commanding officer to Port-au-Prince, Haiti for his meeting with someone [********** *R**]
109. Movie; 90s; British; construction magnate, oil magnate; King Industries; became a personal friend of major character after they read law together at Oxford [**R] R***R* ****
111. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; took part ina poker match *****R**
112. Movie; 90s; British; navy Fleet Commander; Royal Navy; received an urgent message from the Admiralty ordering the fleet to search for a nearby Stealth Ship [****-****R**] *****
113. Movie; 60s; British; secretary; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; given the task of establishing a rigorous programme to train male agents to ignore the charms of women
114. Movie; 90s; American; Head of Special Projects, vice-president of media company; Carver Media Group Network; tasked to arrange and report any news of havoc that would earn lots of ratings *** W******
115. Movie; 90s; Azerbaijani/British (England); oil tycoon, socialite, CEO; King Industries; kidnapped in a scheme to extort a large sum from her father, who refused to pay the ransome *****R* ****
116. Movie; 60s; Jamaican; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland.
118. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; assassin, enforcer; major villains; knocked out gondola technician and tried to help kill two agents
119. Movie; 60s; Jamaican; shell diver; Independent; emerged from the sea collecting shells and singing "Under the Mango Tree"  ***** R***R
120. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; guard; Zorin Industries; brought someone a helmet **RR*
121. TV Movie; 00s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division; during World War II was recruited as personal assistant to the Director of Naval Intelligence
122. Movie; 80s; American; international arms dealer, mercenary, drug dealer; West Point,
Belgian Congo; his military career was a failure, so he turned to arms dealing to organize his own personal military force *R** W*******R
123. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player?; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; lost with a straight flush in a poker match
124. TV Movie; 80s; unable to determine; unable to determine; unable to determine; the page with with most info on her got taken down, but played by someone who played another character in a movie [****] **R***** **R****
126. Movie; 70s; Portuguese; gunsmith; independent; delivered golden bullets to someone at a casino ****R
127. Movie; 60s; likely none; likely none; Recurring-D; independent?; later played by the same actor in non-Bond movies *R********** *R****R*
128. TV Movie; 00s; British (England); socialite; Recurring-C; none?; wife of major character
129. Movie; 60s; Romani; tribal leader; Romani camp; spied on the Bulgars, reporting information back to his old friend ***R*
130. Movie; 60s; American?; copilot; Flying Circus; seen in flight from Switzerland to Kentucky
131. Movie; 90s; Russian; Military Colonel, commanding officer of a Soviet nuclear testing facility; CIS (СНГ) Military; commanded guards as the facility was being decommissioned
132. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Smersh; attempted to distract someone in baccarat game by performing elaborate magic tricksm [**] *****R*
133. Movie; 70s; Egyptian; intelligence informant; Secret Intelligence Service; advised someone  to contact a black market trader and then a businessman
134. Movie; 10s-20s; Portuguese or British?; intelligence operative turned cyber-terrorist; Secret Intelligence Service, SPECTRE; committed a series of terrorist attacks as part of a larger plan to publicly discredit and kill someone R**** *****
135. Movie; 60s; British (England); navy commander, intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; impersonated someone in an effort to gain access to main villain
136. TV Seres (pre-Bond), TV Special (Bond); 00s (pre-Bond), 10s-20s (Bond); British; housewife turned apparent office cleaner; Recurring-D; apparently Secret Intelligence Service in this instance; spoke to bond on a screen *** (****** *****R)
137. Movie; 90s; Russian; escort girl; other character; one of two such characters who entertained someone, the other being 41
138. Movie; 70s; Chinese; henchwoman; main villain; ordered to watch someone who was changing in plane bathroom
139. Movie; 60s; British; secret service employee; Secret Intelligence Service; began training to resist seductive women *****R
140. Movie; 60s; German; bodyguard, criminal operative; SPECTRE; fed main villain's pet piranhas
141. Movie; 90s; unrevealed; stealth ship captain, security agent; Carver Media Group Network, Stealth Ship;  direct participant in plans to provoke a war between the United Kingdom and China
142. Movie; 70s; American; enforcer, acrobat; main villain; with 38, tasked with imprisoning reclusive billionaire ******R
143. Movie; 80s; Nicaraguan; henchman, enforcer; Sanchez Cartel, Contras; with others, caught main villain's mistress with another man **R**
145. Movie; 60s; American; enforcer; main villain;  in charge of gassing the members of the mafia with Nerve Gas
146. Movie; 90s; American; media executive; Carver Media Group Network; spoke to someone in a meeting giving an update via video uplink
147. Movie; 70s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; said in meeting that the CIA had verifed main villain's fingerprints on bullet **** *****R
148. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; sent to keep and eye on someone and diamonds ***W****
149. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; terrorist; SPECTRE; participated in an attempt in Mexico to blow up a stadium
150. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army; with 218 and 303, invited to a demonstration of a new satellite that supposed could provide sunlight to areas of the world which lack it in order to promote agricultural development in cold climate countries [****R**] ******** ****
151. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; got caught up in a winning streak in a casino
152. Movie; 80s; Soviet; military general, intelligence operative; Soviet Union; faked his defection as part of an illicit arms and drug deal [****R**] ***R** ******
153. Movie; 60s; Mexican; intelligence operative; Mexican Government?; congratulated someone on destroying heroin lab ***RR*
154. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Central Intelligence Agency; shadowed Bond starting at Kingston Airport ***** *****R
155. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; circus leader, smuggler, henchwoman; Octopus Cult; cheated against a major in backgammon
156. Movie; 70s; American; navy captain; US Navy; ordered the destruction of main villain's submarine platform [********R] **R**R
157. Movie; 80s; American; geologist; Zorin Industries; previously employed as chief engineer in a South African gold mine, where a cave-in killed twenty miners
158. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-B; SPECTRE (unclear if still active at this point); targeted someone in a cemetery *R*** ****R* *******
159. Movie; 70s; American; customs officer; US Government; at Los Angeles International Airport, wanted to check the supposed body of someone's dead brother **RR*
160. Movie; 00s; Russian; arms dealer; other character; listed as deceased in file ***** **R
161. Movie; 00s; Albanian; financier, criminal operative; Recurring-C (Recurring-A if you count a later image in cardboard cut-out); Quantum, SPECTRE (latter indirectly); banker who finances the world's terrorist organizations [**] *****R*
163. Movie; 00s; Austrian?; criminal operative, assassin; Recurring-A; Quantum, SPECTRE; recurring adversaryn prior to thallium poisoning [*R.] *W***
164. Movie; 80s; German; mercenary, assassin; main villain; ordered top cut someone off as they were leaving biathlon course
166. TV Special; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; accompanied someone on helicopter ride
167. Movie; 00s; Italian; opera singer/actress or singer, depending on how you look at it; Recurring-D; none?; seen on stage in opera performance ***R** *****
168. Movie; 10s-20s; British; Member of Parliament, Home Secretary, minister of the court, president of the court; British Government; consistently negative about someone's actions during recent security crisis ****R ****R
169. Movie; 10s-20s; British; undercover agent; Secret Intelligence Service; one of five undercover agents whose cover was blown by someone after he uploaded images of them on a YouTube video
170. Movie (deleted scene); 70s; unrevealed; harpist; The Whyte House; played harp  from a floating island in a nearby swimming pool **R**
171. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; targeted by someone sitting on a bed with him
172. Movie; 00s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; provided intel on someone recently deceased **** *****R
173. Movie; 90s; Russian; KGB officer turned mafia boss, businessman; Recurring-A; KGB turned independent; years earlier was shot in the leg by someone who also stole his car and "his girl".
174. Movie; 60s; Soviet; Director of Military Intelligence; Soviet Embassy of Istanbul; seen in a conference at the embassy [****R**] *******
175. Movie; 10s-20s; British; assistant; Secret Intelligence Service; assisted in an attempt to retrieve a hard drive
176. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; mercenary, professional assassin, enforcer; KGB; usually seen with personal stereo and strangulation is his preferred killing method ***R**
177. Movie; 80s; American; entrepreneur, marine researcher, narcotics smuggler; Sanchez Cartel, Ocean Exotica, Wavekrest Marine Research;  used his company, Wavekrest Marine Research, to move cocaine for drug cartel ****** *R***
178. Movie; 00s; Bolivian/Russian; intelligence operative; Bolivian Secret Service, independent; seeking revenge for the murder of her family by exiled dictator ******* ****** R***R*
179. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; scientist; Stromberg Shipping (contracted); one of two scientists (the other 353) suspected by main villain of trying to sell the scaled-down photographic reproductions of submarine tracking system schematics to competing world powers [*R******R] **R******
180. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); socialite; Recurring-C; none?; part of scheme to ply two Germans with drink and food in an attempt to learn how German U-boats made it through the British minefields near Norway
182. Movie; 60s; Australian; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland ****R***** ***** ** *****
183. Movie; 10s-20s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; assigned to guard a safe drive containing information on undercover agents embedded into terrorist groups R*****
184. Movie; 80s; Indian; bodyguard, enforcer; main villain; destroyed rigged dice someone used in a game of backgammon at a hotel casino
185. Movie; 60s; American; gangster; American Mafia; with 280 and someone in part 2, was promised one million dollars in stolen gold bullion but was doublecrossed
186. TV Episode; 50s-60s; Soviet; intelligence operative; SMERSH?; believed someone was trying to poison her with cyanide pills and tried to do the same back
187. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; tried to flee with fake Fabergé Egg he stole from circus
188. Movie; 90s; French; helicopter pilot; Eurocopter Tiger; did test flight of new helicopter prototype [**********] *R****** *R****
189. Movie; 70s; American; stand-up comic; main villain; acted as part of diamond smuggling pipeline
190. TV Episode; 50s-60s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; encountered Russian spy while on holiday
191. Movie; 60s; British; quartermaster; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; replaced someone's Beretta 418 .25 pistol with a Walther PPK handgun [****R] *****R***
192. Movie; 00s; British; international liaison officer; Recurring-C (Recurring-A if you count archive footage); HM Treasury, Quantum, SPECTRE (latter indirectly); forced to act as double agent due to lover being taken hostage *****R ****
193. TV Movie; 80s; British?; unable to determine; unable to determine; the page with with most info on her got taken down, but actress playing her has a middle name that is usually masculine when a first name
194. Movie; 80s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; with someone in part two, rescued someone from the Moroccan police in Tangiers
195. Movie; 90s; German; enforcer, torturer, head of security; Carver Media Group Network; shot at survivors of torpedoed ship R****R* ******R
196. Movie; 80s; Soviet; assassin, circus performer; various characters; pinned someone to a cabin door with knives *R******
197. Movie; 60s; French; assassin, secret society member; SPECTRE; faked death and posed as own widow ******* *****R
198. Movie; 60s; French; intelligence operative; Smersh; posed as a widow to try to discredit someone
199. Movie; 80s; British; spy ship crew member; Secret Intelligence Service; responsible for using the ATAC system when a mine hit the ship ***R***R
200. Movie; 90s; British; navy lieutenant commander; Royal Navy; second-in-command of the British Type 23 frigate, HMS Devonshire [********** ********R] ****R ****
201. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Central Intelligence Agency; pointed out main villain emerging from hotel for daily card game ***** *****R
202. Movie; 60s; French; police inspector; French Special Police; met up with someone in a French pissoir [********R] ******
203. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; criminal operative; SPECTRE; pursued by someone during the Day of the Dead parade at the Zocalo in Mexico City **R** ****RR*
204. Movie; 70s; Thai; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; discussed the solex agitator with someone
205. Movie; 90s; British; media mogul; own company; attempted to provoke a war between the United Kingdom and China in order to destroy the Chinese government and use the new government to obtain exclusive broadcasting rights in China ***** *****R
206. Movie; 80s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed; offered somone sausage and beer
207. Movie; 60s; British/Dutch/Indonesian; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; uncovered a plan to sell compromising photographs of military leaders from the USA, USSR, China and Great Britain at an "art auction
208. Movie; 80s; unable to determine; nuclear physicist, henchman; SPECTRE; was neverous when speaking to one villain, thyough another villain acted more fatherly towards him
209. Movie; 70s; Thai; unrevealed; other character; seen skinny dipping in a pool ***W ***
210. Movie; 00s; British (England); intelligence operative, publicist; Secret Intelligence Service, Graves Corporation; Harvard-educated, gold medal-winning Olympic fencer **R**** *R***
211. Movie; 90s; Russian/Bosnian; anarchist terrorist; KGB turned independemt; conspired with billionaire heiress to monopolize the world's oil market for profit R***R* (*****R *****)
212. Movie; 10s-20s; Mexican; field operative; Mexican Secret Service; accompanied someone at the Day of the Dead celebrations in Mexico City ***R****
213. Movie; 70s; Swedish; unrevealed; main villain; mistress of professional assassin ***R** ****R*
214. Movie; 60s; Cayman Islander; fisherman; various characters; helped collect rock samples from the island of Crab Key ***RR**
215. Movie; 80s; American; Director of Oil and Mines; San Francisco City Hall; unwittingly aided psychotic industrialist in his plot to destroy Silicon Valley W.*. **W*
216. Movie; 80s; British; assistant secretary; Secret Intelligence Service; was given a bouquet of carnations
217. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; unrevealed; unrevealed; wanted someone to "make love" to her ***** **R*****
218. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army; with 150 and 303, invited to a demonstration of a new satellite that supposed could provide sunlight to areas of the world which lack it in order to promote agricultural development in cold climate countries [****R**] ***
219. Movie; 80s; Cuban; freelance hitman; main villain; hired to kill a family *****R ********
220. TV Episode; 80s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-C; SPECTRE?; interviewed on talk show *R*** ****R* *******
221. TV Miniseries; 10s-20s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division; initially a mischievous playboy who is chasing women, collecting books and living off his family's fortune
222. Movie; 60s; Jamaican?; army general; Jamaican government; aided somone in investigation of main villain [****R*********] ****
223. Movie; 80s; Isthmian; national president; Isthmus, Sanchez Cartel;  he and others were bribed and intimidated into becoming thralls of drug baron and his cartel *****R *****
224. Movie; 90s; Swiss; banker; La Banque Suisse de L'Industrie; involved in a number of deals with terrorists and other international criminals.
225. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; participated in casino poker match
226. Movie; 10s-20s; British; scientist; Secret Intelligence Service; with others, worked for over a decade on the creation of the nanonweapon Heracles [*R.] *****
227. Movie; 60s; British; quartermaster, branch head; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; gave someone a case containing a throwing-knife, anti-tampering mechanism with a magnetised tear-gas cartridge (disguised as a tin of talcum powder), and fifty gold sovereigns [****R] *****R***
228. Movie; 90s; Canadian; navy admiral, representative; Canadian Armed Forces, Royal Canadian Navy; lured back to woman's yacht, the Manticore, for a night of fun [****R**] ***** **RR**
229. Movie; 70s; British (England)?; former intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; unlike other versions, this version is a villain
230. Movie; 60s; Scandinavian; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland
231. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence agency Head; American Secret Service, Central Intelligence Agency, FBI, possibly others; has a habit of introducing himself with a stream of "alphabet soup", including all the organisations and branches he is involved with R******
232. Movie; 80s; Japanese; narcotics agent posing as drug lord; Hong Kong Narcotics Agency; tasked with infiltrating drug lord's operations in Isthmus
233. Movie; 80s; Indian; station head; Secret Intelligence Service; escorrted someone to hotel, pointing out a palace along the way ***R*****
234. Movie; 60s; British (England) but posing as Austrian; henchwoman posing as countess; other character; mistress of smuggler; sent to extract information from someone
235. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchwoman; main villain; escorted two characters to their rooms [*****R] ****
236. TV Episode; 80s; British; agency head; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; upset by amounts on someone's bills
238. TV Episode; 90s; British; agency head; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; listened to a threat to blow up the White House or the Kingdome, or at least a tent near the latter
239. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; ordered killed by the ruler of San Monique **W**
240. Movie; 80s; Chinese; drug dealer; own cartel?; with others, offered exclusive franchises in main villain's cocaine product, priced at one million US dollars per territory [*R.] ***
241. Movie; 70s; American; professional gambler?; independent?; lost all his money in a vain attempt to win the affections of opportunist/hustler
242. Movie; 70s; Thai; businessman, industrialist; independent; hired assassin to kill scientist and recover an item
243. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; participated  in raid on Fort Knox
244. Movie; 80s; French; personal pilot; Drax Industries, Drax Airlines; provided someone with an aerial tour of someone else's property **R**** *****R
245. Movie; 70s; British; diamond syndicate chairman; British Government; raised concerns with the Prime Minister regarding the increase in smuggling from South Afican mines, urging the British Secret Service to become involved [*8R] ****** *****R
246. Movie; 80s; American; stockbroker turned accountant; Sanchez Cartel; questioned the financial aspects of someone's decisions *R****-*****
247. Movie; 60s; British; taxi driver, intelligence operative; Foreign Office, Security Service; assisted someone in her infiltration of International Mother's Help in Berlin **R**** ****R*
248. Movie; 70s; San Monique; reptile handler, tribal chief; Voodoo Cult; eliminated someone's enemies via sacrifices
249. Movie; 90s; British; navy chief petty officer; Royal Navy; crew member of the British Type 23 frigate, HMS Devonshire [***** ***** ******R] *. ****
250. Movie; 70s; American; diamond smuggler; SPECTRE; claimed she was named after her (accidental) birthplace, where her parents were going through a choice of wedding bands
251. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); socialite; none?; mother of major character
252. Movie; 60s; French; bodyguard, assassin, secret society member; SPECTRE; waited for someone outside the chapel where the latter's fake funeral is taking place *R****
253. Movie; 60s; British; air force group captain; Royal Air Force; responsible for overseeing a NATO training flight which was subsequently hijacked by SPECTRE **W***
254. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; stand-up comic?; unrevealed; did a monologue on a beach ***** ******R**
255. Movie; 70s; British; ballistics expert; Secret Intelligence Service; helped analyse the remains of the bullet that killed someone ******R**
256. Movie; 60s; German; personal assistant, criminal operative; SPECTRE; trapped someone on plane with a smoke bomb and a wooden restraint ***** *R****
258. Movie; 00s; Canadian; intelligence operative; Canadian Security Intelligence Service; someone saved her from being compromised **RR*** ******
259. Movie; 00s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed; mistook someone for a valet, and gave him his car keys in order to park his Range Rover
260. Movie; 80s; Soviet; assassin, circus knife-thrower; various characters; attacked someone with welding torch
261. Movie; 80s; Greek; henchman, smuggler; other character; aids someone in fight to stop Soviet agents in Greece **R****R**
262. TV Episode; 50s-60s; French; intelligence operative; Soviet Union; henchman for main villain
263. Movie; 60s; Turkish; fisherman turned station head; Secret Intelligence Service; years ago infiltrated a traveling circus, working as a strongman and wrestler, and spied on the Russians, pretending he didn't know the language *** **R** ***
264. Movie; 80s; Greek; guerilla soldier turned smuggler; Greek Resistance turned independent; red herring character in terms of main villain
265. Movie; 00s; Greek; government contractor; Quantum; beaten in a game of poker three kings to three aces
266. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchman; SPECTRE; imposter used in training exercise
267. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; cultist, bodyguard; Octopus Cult; tasked with taking someone to their room *W********
268. Movie; 80s; Greek; henchman, driver, assassin; main villain; participated in the finding of St. Georges (a ship)
269. Movie; 80s; American; drug enforcement operative; Drug Enforcement Administration; informed by someone over the phone that his boss had been maimed
270. Movie; 70s; American;  would-be assistant to wealthy men; independent?; upon stating her first name was told "You certainly are".
271. Movie; 60s; German; criminal, enforcer; Recurring-C; Red Lightning Tong turned SPECTRE; first seen at the Shrublands health spa
272. Movie; 70s; British; nuclear submarine staff officer/captain; Royal Navy; British nuclear submarine staff officer who is the first to learn about the mysterious disappearance of the HMS Ranger
273. Movie; 70s; Thai; ninja; Martial Arts School; student in the training school of wealthy industrialist
274. Movie; 60s; East German; spy trainer, assistant; Smersh; when he gets overexcited, this heart causes him trouble and to go too fast
276. Movie; 70s; British; solar energy scientist; Secret Intelligence Service;  employed by Thai multi-millionaire industrialist to develop a solution to the world's ongoing energy crisis
277. Movie; 00s; Cuban; gene therapist, clinic director; La Clinica Alvarez; corrupt director of the DNA replacement therapy clinic, La Clinica Alvarez, on the Isla de Los Organos, Cuba, who helped North Korean military officer and smuggler change identity [*R.] ****R**
278. Movie; 10s-20s; French; criminal board member; SPECTRE; one of the SPECTRE board members who secretly met at the Palazzo Cadenza in Rome following the death of an operative **R***
279. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; equestrian, enforcer; main villain; in San Francisco City Hall, after a murder, appeared in the doorway with petrol canisters and begins to douse the carpeting so the building can be set aflame
280. Movie; 60s; American; gangster; American Mafia; with 185 and someone in part 2, was promised one million dollars in stolen gold bullion but was doublecrossed **** **R**
281. Movie; 60s; French; liaison; Secret Intelligence Service; attended a funeral [****.] ** **R**
282. Movie; 60s; American; actor, dancer; independent?; shot by backwards firing gun ***R** R***
283. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; helped someone find a hijacked plane that was carrying two atomic bombs, which they eventually find along with the corpse of the phony NATO observer ***** *****R
285. Movie; 60s; Chinese–Jamaican; freelance photographer, spy; Daily Gleaner; employed by main villain to spy on someone
286. Movie; 80s; Soviet; intelligence operative; KGB; taped an incriminating conversation between main villain and his oil company chief
287. Movie; 00s; British; section chief/double agent; Secret Intelligence Service; corrupt MI6 section chief in Prague, Czech Republic *R****
288. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; bodyguard, enforcer; main villain;  present in the Bahamas on-board Le Chiffre's luxury yacht, as the main villain plays poker *R***
289. Movie; 80s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed; thoguht someone was crazy for turning down sausage and beer
290. Movie; 60s; American?; masseuse; Fontainebleau Miami Beach Hotel; was slapped on the behind as she left the man she was massaging so he could have a private conversation with someone else
291. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; bodyguard, enforcer; Quantum; helped main villain  reclaim $101,206,000 due to a failed plot to sabotage an aerospace company
292. Movie; 00s; Swiss; banker; James Bond Wiki suggests a casino he does business with but more likely his bank; responsible for all monetary transactions during and after tournaments at a casino
293. Movie; 80s; American; fisherman; own charter business; attended a wedding ***R***
294. Movie; 80s; British; secret society member; Recurring-C; SPECTRE; reported that the criminal organisation earned £250,000 as a consultation fee for the Great Train Robbery of 1963 ******R ****
295. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; trying to sneak into a place, was detected due to a flock of birds near him catching the guards' attention
296. Movie; 00s; French; intelligence operative; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; was falsely believed by Bond to have doublecrossed him R*** ******
297. Movie; 60s; Swiss; solicitor; main villain; acted as a middle-man between the College of Arms and the main villain
298. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; hotel manager; unnamed hotel; very helpful man and gave the best of his guests
299. Movie; 70s; American; ranger; Ranger Station 1; owned the fastest boat in the bayou and worked for the State Wildlife Department Ranger Station 1
300. Movie; 70s; American; mortician, diamond smuggler; own company;  part of the diamond smuggling pipeline from South Africa via Europe **R*** ******R
301. Movie; 10s-20s; American; secret society member; SPECTRE; at a meeting, listened to reports of the attacks on Hamburg and Indonesia **R*****
302. Movie; 60s; Japanese; sumo wrestler; presumed Dewanoumi; gave someone tickets to a match
303. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army; with 150 and 218, invited to a demonstration of a new satellite that supposed could provide sunlight to areas of the world which lack it in order to promote agricultural development in cold climate [****R**] **
304. Movie; 10s-20s; unrevealed; secret society member; SPECTRE; present at the SPECTRE meeting at the Palazzo Cadenza in Rome ****R***
305. Movie; 90s; Japanese;  terrorist, chemical weapons expert; ADFL (Congolese Rebels in Zaire); wanted for the Tokyo subway sarin gas attack ******* *****R*
306. Movie; 80s; Korean?; bodyguard, enforcer?; Recurring-C; unable to determine; leapt off the Eiffel Tower with a parachute
307. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; security agent; SPECTRE; seen during the SPECTRE meeting in Rome **R****
308. Movie; 10s-20s; British-French; none; none; daughter of major supporting character ******** *W***
309. Movie; 60s;American; entrepreneur; independent/own company; reclusive American billionaire industrialist whose vast business empire and identity are subsequently stolen by main villain W****R* W****
310. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchman; other character; attacked someone he later became an ally of in hotel home in Monte Carlo
311. TV Movie; 80s; German?; military general; National Socialist German Workers’ Party; main villain [***.] **R**R* *********
312. Movie; 80s; French; enforcer, head of security, pilot; Zorin Industries; head of security for the illicit business dealings of billionaire industrialist ***R****
313. TV Movie; 80s; unable to determine; unable to determine; unable to determine; info sparse and I never watched this
314. Movie; 80s; French; intelligence agent; French Secret Service; Secret Service contact in the South of France ***** **R** *W****-***
315. Movie; 60s; no citizenship; place of birth unrevealed; pet; Recurring-A or B (hard to tell because the movies tend to use multiple cats); main villain; in one instance another cat was mistaken for this one *******'* W**** ***
316. Movie; 80s; Soviet; unrevealed; KGB; was partly stripped by someone to distract guards R********
317. Movie; 90s; British; lab assistant turned quartermaster; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; trained to replace another character
318. Movie; 10s-20s; Russian; terrorist leader, scientist, anarchist; independent; motivated to take down the criminal organisation SPECTRE for the deaths of his family at the hands of assassin ********* *****
319. Movie; 60s; British; poultry farmer, sleeper agent (unknowingly); main villain (unknowingly); poultry allergy sufferer from Morecambe Bay, Lancashire R*** **R*****
320. Movie; 60s; British?; retired intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Smersh, Secret Intelligence Service; former secret agent who has since become a multi-millionaire with a penchant for wearing ridiculously extravagant outfits at her office *****R ****
321. Movie; 90s; Russian; computer technician, cyber-terrorist; Janus Syndicate; believed himself to be invincible **R** ********* *R*******
322. Movie; 60s; American; scientist; W.W. Tectronics, G Section; had been working for the company in "G section" for three years and was part of a team constructing an orbital laser weapon ***** **R**R*******
323. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; took part in a poker match at a casino in Montenegro [*****] W*
324. Movie; 60s; Chinese; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; argued with someone about the taste of the Chinese being different than all other women
325. Movie; 90s; Russian; lounge singer; unidentified St. Petersburg nightclub; worked as a singer at club in St. Petersburg, but appeared to be completely tone deaf *R***
326. Movie; 00s; Swiss; enforcer, criminal operative; Quantum, Greene Planet; tasked with assisting mission to secure a resource-rich patch of land in Latin America by funding the overthrow of the Bolivian president in favor for exiled Bolivian General
327. Movie; 80s; American; diver, killer; Wavekrest Marine Research, Sanchez Cartel; murdered a friend of Bond's
328. Movie; 90s; unrevealed; television news presenter; Carver Media Group Network; present during a party at Hamburg media center, celebrating the launch of a new CMGN satellite ****R* *****
329. Movie; 80s; British; quartermaster; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; felt that things had been dull in the absense of another character
330. Movie; 70s; Italian; secretary; other character(s); secretary to Egyptian black market trader
331. Movie; 00s; British; agency head; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; sent someone to execute a duplicitous station chief in Prague, Czech Republic and his informant ****** *********
332. Movie; 00s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; tripped and fell into the crowd while chasing someone **R**R
333. Movie; 00s; French; environmentalist, criminal, company founder/head; Recurring-A; Quantum, Greene Planet, SPECTRE (indirectly); spearheading the Tierra Project in Bolivia ******* *R****
334. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; driver; Secret Intelligence Service; drove someone to the circus in East Germany **R*
335. Movie; 80s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; picked someone up after he arrived in New York ***R***
336. Movie; 00s; Algerian (but born in Egypt); intelligence operative, terrorist, honeytrap; Quantum, SPECTRE (indirectly); seduced high-ranking women with valuable connections ***** ****R*
337. Movie; 10s-20s; British; assistant; Secret Intelligence Service; briefly met with Bond and another character
338. Movie; 80s; American; drug enforcement agent; Drug Enforcement Administration;  accepted a $2 million bribe to free drug baron from U.S. custody ** *******R
339. Movie; 10s-20s; Austrian; terrorist mastermind; Recurring-A; SPECTRE, Independent; murdered father in a staged avalanche in Kitzbühel due to father's close relationship with  foster brother *R*** ****R* ******* (*R*** ****R*****R)
340. Movie; 10s-20s; British; scientist; Secret Intelligence Service; responsible for the development of nanoweapon [*R.] **R**
341. Commercial; 90s; Polish?; unrevealed; Recurring-C; unrevealed if any; seen riding a highway or tour bus **W*
342. Movie; 00s; Italian; card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; took pasrt in casino poker match
343. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)?; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; put can in trash bag and then dropped the bag
344. Movie; 60s; East German; spy trainer; Smersh, International Mothers' Help; ran school for spies, based in East Berlin, that is a Smersh cover operation [*R**] ******R
345. Movie; 90s; Russian; army major general; Armed Forces of the Russian Federation; was Russia's liaison to the joint MI6 / Admirality team in the British Situation Room [****R ****R**] *****R**
346. Movie; 70s; American; unrevealed; unrevealed; accompanied husband on holiday in Thailand ******** *****R
347. Movie; 10s-20s; British; intelligence operative turned secretary; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; inadvertently shot ally non-fatally
348. Movie; 80s; Soviet; military lieutenant-general; USSR; believed that the Warsaw Pact had a decisive advantage over NATO in conventional military strength that was being tossed away by its leaders in détente [**********-****R**] *R***
349. Movie; 70s; French; henchwoman; main villain; someone choked her with her bikini top to extract info on main villain's whereabouts **R**
350. Movie; 00s; Ugandan; resistance army commander; Lord's Resistance Army, Quantum; angered that main villain lost his money
351. Movie; 10s-20s; Cuban; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; despite claiming to have had only three weeks of training, proved to be highly effective in combat
352. Movie; 60s; Turkish; station agent; Secret Intelligence Service; someone asked to help to get across the frontier between Yugoslavia and Trieste
353. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; scientist; Stromberg Shipping; one of two scientists (the other 353) suspected by main villain of trying to sell the scaled-down photographic reproductions of submarine tracking system schematics to competing world powers [*R.] ********
354. Movie; 60s; Mexican; assassin, enforcer; other character; involved in plot of selling heroin through the front of selling bananas
355. TV Episode; 00s; British?; unwilling criminal agent; Recurring-C; other character (unwillingly); had to work for villain because her brother was being held hostage ***** ****R*
357. Movie; 80s; Greek; guerilla soldier turned heroin smuggler, intelligence operative; USSR, Great Britain, Greek Resistance (formerly), KGB; hired by KGB to obtain the ATAC device *R** *R*******
358. Movie; 60s; Soviet; cipher clerk, army corporal; Soviet Armed Forces, SPECTRE (Unknowingly); originally was a ballerina, but had to abandon her goal of dancing for the Bolshoi Ballet when she grew one inch taller than the maximum height permitted for girls ******** R*******
359. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; claimed to be on her second assignment R**** **R**R
360. Movie; 60s; Soviet; embassy Chief of Security; Soviet Embassy of Istanbul; seen in conference that was spied upon
361. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative, laboratory assistant; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; helped test an arm cast, which flipped out and crushed the head of an adjacent dummy ******R*
362. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; possible professional gambler; independent?; watched a card game that she did not participate in *R**
363. TV Movie; 10s-20s; British (England); model; likely modeling agency; nickname was the sound a farm animal makes **R*** "***" WR****
364. Movie; 70s; Soviet; intelligence operative; KGB; tried to assassinate someone on a downhill ski chase in Austria **R*** **R***
365. Movie; 00s; American; military general; American army; leader of the American army in the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea [****R**] *******R
366. Movie; 60s; British; navy chief petty officer turned butler; Royal Navy; greeted someone at the front door and took him to his former Admiral, whom he was now the butler for [***** ***** ******R] *******
367. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; criminal associate; Quantum; tried to poison someone during casino match
368. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; criminal operative, professional assassin;  SPECTRE; broke out of Dartmoor Prison and two years later was recruited by the international criminal organisation SPECTRE and from then on trained as an agent and assassin R** *R***
369. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; criminal operative?; unrevealed; while sitting on bed with someone, pulled out gun and threatened to kill him
370. Movie; 00s; British; field agent; Secret Intelligence Service; with another agent, tazed someone and dragged him away W*******
371. Movie; 00s; American; section chief; Central Intelligence Agency; negotiated a deal with someone to ignore his orchestrated coup in Bolivia in exchange for oil *R***R* ***W*** "*R***" ****
372. Movie; 00s; Bolivian; army general; Bolivia; military dictator of his home country, Bolivia, but was later overthrown and exiled [****R**] ***R***

 


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Re: Gotta Catch 'em All Challenge 62 Collage 50 James Bond Live 1 of 2

For the James Bond Hangman round, numbers spelled out where applicable because there are fewer than in the superhero rounds (but do use the actual numbers in answers where appropriate). If a one word name (M, Q, or R) has a known or implied real name, that will be used instead; otherwise such characters will be locked but not noted as such.

The Random Number Generator picks O.

Letters found so far: ORW

See first post for explamation of Recurring categories.

1. Movie; 00s; Russian; politician, secret society member; Quantum, Russian Government; one of several peoples attending a meeting during an opera performance ****OR **R**O*
2. Movie; 80s; Afghan; Deputy Commander of the Eastern District; Mujaheddin, Snow Leopard Brotherhood; freed by Bond from a prison during Bond's own escape attempt ***R** ****
3. Movie; 70s; British (England); diamond smuggler, transport consultant; major villain (unknowingly); impersonated by Bond  ****R *R****
4. Movie; 70s; American; astronaut; W Technologies; astronaut testing or training on Whyte-manufactured moon landing equipment **RR*
5. Movie; 70s; San Monique; crime kingpin, politician; Voodoo Cult; using poppies, hoped to flood the U.S. market with two tonnes of heroin distributed through his legitimate restaurants free of charge, thus forcing other drug dealers out of business. *R. *** [(*R.) *******
6. Movie; 80s; Soviet; KGB General; KGB; Bond was set to kill him but was distristful about the reasons [****R**] **O*** *******
8. Movie; 70s; American; flying school student; Bleeker Flying School; was in a plane that was targeted by henchmen [*R*.] ****
9. TV Episode; 50s-60s; British; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; British Intelligence; gave someone 32 million francs to allow him to keep playing in a casino ***R**** *****R
10. Movie; 90s; Russian; atomic scientist; Russian Atomic Energy Department; gave someone  a plane necessary to steal a nuclear weapon set to be dismantled in Kazakhstan [*R.] ******* *R*O*
12. Movie; 80s; British; butler, security operative; Secret Intelligence Service; discovered assassins dumping a cook's body into a chest freezer *R*** *O*R
13. Movie; 80s; East German; intelligence operative, biathlete; KGB; young woman was interested in him but he only scowled at her *R*** *R*****R
14. Movie; 90s; French; helicopter pilot; Eurocopter Tiger; captain of new helicopter prototype [****.] **R**R* *****R*
15. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; had blood thrown at him
16. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; professional assassin, criminal operative; Recurring-C; SPECTRE; deployed in order to protect the secrecy of SPECTRE's plot
17. Movie; 00s; Japanese; chemical engineer; other character; seen only in a photo, along with 160 and someone in part 2 ***** **W**OW*
18. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; diamond trader; other character; contracted to supply rogue colonel with African conflict diamonds in exchange for weaponry. *** ***R*
19. Movie; 90s; Russian; programmer;  none; unknowingly friends with a villain, whom she saw as an annoying little brother ******* **O*OR*O** ***O*O**
20. Movie; 60s; Chinese; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland ******* ***** O* *****
21. Movie; 60s; British?; adjutant; other character; newspaper hints that this character was intended to have a larger role in the film; instead was just present in a meeting between Bond and another character
22. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; tasked with arresting rogue agent dead or alive *****O*
23. Movie; 60s; Japanese; intelligence operative; Japanese Secret Service; helped someone with ninja training and pretending to be Japanese
24. Movie; 80s; British (England); high ranking politician; Recurring-D; British Government, Conservative Party; based on real person **R**R** *******R
25. Movie; 70s; American; technology firm administrator; W.W. Tectronics; under his watch his company constructed an orbital laser weapon *O*
26. Movie; 80s; Italian; intelligence operative; British Secret Service; informed Bond about activities of a killer Bond was chasing ***** **RR*R*
27. Movie; 60s; Irish; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland *R*** ***** O* *****
28. Movie; 70s; South African; houseboy; missionary school; read to school children *O****
29. Movie; 70s; Soviet; KGB General; KGB, Ministry of Foreign Affairs; recurring ally of MI6 despite being on opposite sides during the Cold war [****R**] ****O* *O*O*
30. Movie; 80s; Russian; curator; USSR; realized a piece of jewelry was a fake *OR**O*
31. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; businessman in novelization; other character; was involved with main villain's mistress ****R**
32. Movie; 10s-20s; British; criminal operative; SPECTRE; attended a "birthday" festivity in Cuba [**R] ********* *'***
34. Movie; 60s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-A if you count repeating footage, otherwise Recurring-B; Royal Navy, Secret Intelligence Service; targeted by unseen assailant whom he shot ***** *O**
35. Movie; 90s; British; navy captain; Royal Navy; his ship was remotely meaconed off-course into Chinese-held waters by techno-terrorist [*O******R] R****R* ***
36. Movie; 80s; American; state geologist; State of California; her father passed before he could train her how to effectively maintiain control over the family oil company ****** ****O*
37. Movie; 60s; Russian; cipher clerk; Soviet Armed Forces; with 105, colleage of major supporting character (in the movie, not series as a whole)
38. Movie; 70s; American; enforcer, acrobat; major villain; with 142, tasked with imprisoning reclusive billionaire
40. Movie; 70s; American; state trooper; Louisiana State Police; helped sheriff try to to catch people on the river
41. Movie; 90s; Russian; escort girl; other character; one of two such characters who entertained someone, the other being 137 **R*****
42. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)?; intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; unlike other versions of this character, could not hold his liquor *****W***** ***** *O**
43. Movie; 90s; American; media executive; Carver Media Group Network; tasked to arrange and report any news of havoc that would earn lots of ratings **** *O***
44. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; honeytrap, intelligence operative; Smersh; masqueraded as a daughter of a late "MI5" head and is only identifiable by pseudonym *** ****RR*
45. Movie; 80s; American; Air Force commanding officer; U.S. Air Force; enjoyed a circus performance [********** ****R**] ****R*O*
47. Movie; 00s; British; intelligence contact; other character; spotted someone shadowing him as he watched a cricket match *****R
48. Movie; 80s; no citizenship; place of birth unrevealed; pet; Recurring-B; major villain; abandoned his human after the latter's plot went awry *O*O*O*
49. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); intelligence operative; British Security Coordination; took someone to a bar that was considered a bit of a dive ***R *R***
50. Movie; 70s; British; navy captain; Royal Navy; with his nuclear submarine crew, taken captive by main villain [*O******R] ****O*
51. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; terrorist, bomb maker; major villain; attended a mongoose/snake fight in Madagascar *O***** ****O
52. Movie; 70s; American; sheriff; Recurring-A; Louisiana State Police; after previously pursuiing someone, encountered them again while on vacation in Thailand [***R***] *.W. *****R
54. Movie; 80s; Soviet; bomb expert; USSR; delivered a nuclear bomb to villains [****OR **********] ****
55. Movie; 70s; Cuban; detective, sleeper agent/intelligence operative; independent;  loaned someone a 1957 Ford Fairlane to travel to Los Organos R*O**
56. Movie; 70s; Chinese; student?; karate school?; with sister, helped defeat martial arts students
57. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; terrorist, weapons manufacturer; Quantum; used a Ugandan warlord's money to short-sell stock in a promising aerospace company, thus betting the money on the company's failure; character only known by alias **R*O* ***O***
58. Movie; 90s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; was scolded for calling someone the Evil Queen of Numbers **** *****R
59. Movie; 90s; Chinese; Military General; People's Liberation Army; intended to wipe out the Chinese top politicians and military officers with nuclear rocket and, afterwards, take over the government in China [****R**] *****
60. Movie; 60s; British; Air Force group captain; Royal Air Force; one of the men responsible for overseeing the recovery of atomic weapons hijacked by SPECTRE *R*****R*
61. Movie; 10s-20s; British; psychologist; Secret Intelligence Service; examined someone's mental health after he came back to MI6. [*O**OR] ****
62. Movie; 10s-20s; French; mercenary, assassin; Recurring-A only if you count picture; SPECTRE; upon discovering that he was being tailed, initiated a high speed car chase that attracted the attention of several local police officers ***R***
63. Movie; 70s; British; helicopter pilot, personal assistant; major villain; flirted with someone she tried to kill **O**
64. Movie; 90s; British; Deputy Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; helped bring Bond up to speed on the latest events and the parameters of his mission ***R*** RO****O*
65. Movie; 80s; German; geneticist turned horse breeder, head scientist; Nazi Germany, Soviet Union, Zorin Industries; experiments led to babies who  were often psychotic in nature, but grew into children with gifted intelligence.  [**.] **R* *OR***R (**** *****)
66. Movie; 00s; British; Special Advisor to the Prime Minister, criminal operative; Quantum, British Government; one of several peoples attending a meeting during an opera performance
67. Movie; 60s; Italian; infiltrator; SPECTRE; hired to assassinate and impersonate NATO pilot *****O *******
68. Movie; 80s; British/Greek; unrevealed; Independent; located assassin who killed her parents at the villa he owned near Madrid, Spain, and went there to exact her revenge ****** *****O**
69. Movie; 00s; British; personal security detail, sleeper agent; Secret Intelligence Service, Quantum; mole who passed annual security checks and lie detector tests *R*** ********
70. Movie; 80s; Isthmian; bank secretary; Banco de Isthmus; when someone arrived to make a "small deposit" in the bank (in reality, almost $5 million), she helped her patron count his money *O*****O
71. Movie; 00; North Korean; Military General; Korean People's Army; wished for a peaceful reunification of Korea, whereas his son wanted war [****R**] *OO*
73. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division; got himself expelled from Eton and other prestigious public schools before his mother, fed up, sent him to work for Reuters
74. Movie; 70s; Soviet; KGB agent; KGB; with another character, survived a fight with Bond in Egypt *OR**
75. Movie; 80s; Ukrainian SSR; General Secretary; Communist Party of the Soviet Union; oversaw a meeting of the Red Army military commissariat **O*** *R******
76. TV Episode; 00s; American; professional gambler?; none?; was shocked by the name of a woman who showed up at the table he was sitting at at a casino *W**** *O****
77. Movie; 00s; Italian; unrevealed; other character; persuaded boyfriend to assist Bond
78. Movie; 60s; American; professional gambler?; unrevealed; his secretary assisted a rival in cheating him in cards ****O**
79. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; unrevealed; unrevealed; someone was worried she'd trigger a code to a missile
80. Movie; 60s; Bahamian; intelligence operative, boating supplies shop owner; Secret Intelligence Service; operated from the basement of his boating supplies shop *****R
81. Movie; 80s; British; secretary; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; helped investigate sniper in Bratislava [****] *O*********
82. Movie; 60s; French; intelligence agency head; Deuxième Bureau; implored someone to come out of retirement to deal with org who has been eliminating agents ***R***
83. TV Episode; 50-60s; French?; intelligence operative; Soviet Union; threatended someone with a cane-gun *O****
84. Movie; 70s; British?; diamond smuggler, missionary teacher; SPECTRE (unknowingly); transported diamonds off the continent in a hollowed-out Bible [*R*.] W*******
85. TV Episode (later expanded on DVD); 00s; British (England)?; intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; fought three hooded opponents ***** *O**
87. Movie; 60s; Japanese; Head of Secret Service; Japanese Secret Service; headquarters is inside an underground train that constantly travels around the Tokyo subway for his protection ****R ******
88. Movie; 80s; Isthmian;  enforcer, henchman, advisor; Sanchez Cartel; with others, caught main villain's mistress with another man **R**
89. Movie; 80s; American; police detective; Key West Police Department; investigated someone's maiming R*******
90. Movie; 80s; Greek/British (born in Greece); unrevealed; unrevealed; mother of 68 *O** *****O**
91. Movie; 10s-20s; French; consultant psychiatrist; Recurring-A; Hoffler Klinik, SPECTRE, Quantum (latter two via familial association); Bond incorrectly believed she had doublecrossed him [*R.] ********* *W***
92. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; maintenance and security officer/mechanic; major villain; unsuccessfully tried to flirt with someone *R*
93. Movie; 00s; German; criminal operative; Quantum; met with someone in Venice to receive money **O*** *******
94. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative, astronaut; Central Intelligence Agency; spied on main villain *O*** *OO*****
95. Movie; 60s; Italian; criminal operative; Recurring-C; SPECTRE; collected rare shark species for research and conservation purposes for marine institutes *****O **R*O
98. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-A; SPECTRE; uncovered embezzlement and electrocuted the culprit *R*** ****RO **O****
99. TV Episode; 80s; British (England)?; businessman, criminal; independent?; petted a rabbit stuffed animal *O*******
100. Movie; 60s; Chinese; technical liaison/nuclear fission specialist, intelligence operative; China; provided main villain with atomic bomb [*R.] ****
101. Movie; 80s; British; representative; Foreign and Commonwealth Office; informed someone that another character's yacht, the Flying Saucer, was now heading for Nice, France ***** *****-**W****
102. Movie; 80s; Belgian; henchman, professional assassin; Marseilles and Hong Kong drug syndicates; after being convicted of several particularly brutal murders, he was sentenced to life imprisonment in Namur Prison ***** **O*O** *O****
103. Movie; 00s; British; personal assistant; Secret Intelligence Service; gagged upon seeing open-eyed corpse ******R*
104. Movie; 90s; Ukrainian SSR; head of security, terrorist; King Industries; bhelped Russian scientist smuggle Parahawks ***** *****O*
105. Movie; 60s; Russian; cipher clerk; Soviet Armed Forces; with 37, colleage of major supporting character (in the movie, not series as a whole) *R***
106. Movie; 70s; American; CIA agent; Central Intelligence Agency; posted around casino during risky diamond exchange
107. Movie; 70s; American; flying school owner?; own flying school; called someone for compensation after one of his places was destroyed ******R
108. Movie; 00s; Bolivian; military lieutenant; other character; accompanied his commanding officer to Port-au-Prince, Haiti for his meeting with someone [**********] OR*O [partially LOCKED; only one letter remaining in second word (first is saluation; letters found at time of locking: ORW]
109. Movie; 90s; British; construction magnate, oil magnate; King Industries; became a personal friend of major character after they read law together at Oxford [**R] RO**R* ****
111. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; took part ina poker match *****R*O
112. Movie; 90s; British; navy Fleet Commander; Royal Navy; received an urgent message from the Admiralty ordering the fleet to search for a nearby Stealth Ship [****-****R**] *****
113. Movie; 60s; British; secretary; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; given the task of establishing a rigorous programme to train male agents to ignore the charms of women [****] *O*********
114. Movie; 90s; American; Head of Special Projects, vice-president of media company; Carver Media Group Network; tasked to arrange and report any news of havoc that would earn lots of ratings *O* W******
115. Movie; 90s; Azerbaijani/British (England); oil tycoon, socialite, CEO; King Industries; kidnapped in a scheme to extort a large sum from her father, who refused to pay the ransome *****R* ****
116. Movie; 60s; Jamaican; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland ******** ***** O* *****
118. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; assassin, enforcer; major villains; knocked out gondola technician and tried to help kill two agents
119. Movie; 60s; Jamaican; shell diver; Independent; emerged from the sea collecting shells and singing "Under the Mango Tree"  *O*** R***R
120. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; guard; Zorin Industries; brought someone a helmet **RR*
121. TV Movie; 00s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division; during World War II was recruited as personal assistant to the Director of Naval Intelligence
122. Movie; 80s; American; international arms dealer, mercenary, drug dealer; West Point,
Belgian Congo; his military career was a failure, so he turned to arms dealing to organize his own personal military force *R** W*******R
123. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player?; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; lost with a straight flush in a poker match
124. TV Movie; 80s; unable to determine; unable to determine; unable to determine; the page with with most info on her got taken down, but played by someone who played another character in a movie [****] **RO**** *OR****
126. Movie; 70s; Portuguese; gunsmith; independent; delivered golden bullets to someone at a casino ****R
127. Movie; 60s; likely none; likely none; Recurring-D; independent?; later played by the same actor in non-Bond movies *R********** *R****R*
128. TV Movie; 00s; British (England); socialite; Recurring-C; none?; wife of major character
129. Movie; 60s; Romani; tribal leader; Romani camp; spied on the Bulgars, reporting information back to his old friend ***R*
130. Movie; 60s; American?; copilot; Flying Circus; seen in flight from Switzerland to Kentucky
131. Movie; 90s; Russian; Military Colonel, commanding officer of a Soviet nuclear testing facility; CIS (СНГ) Military; commanded guards as the facility was being decommissioned [*O*O***] **********
132. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Smersh; attempted to distract someone in baccarat game by performing elaborate magic tricksm [**] *****R*
133. Movie; 70s; Egyptian; intelligence informant; Secret Intelligence Service; advised someone  to contact a black market trader and then a businessman [******] *O*****
134. Movie; 10s-20s; Portuguese or British?; intelligence operative turned cyber-terrorist; Secret Intelligence Service, SPECTRE; committed a series of terrorist attacks as part of a larger plan to publicly discredit and kill someone R*O** *****
135. Movie; 60s; British (England); navy commander, intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; impersonated someone in an effort to gain access to main villain ***** *O**
136. TV Seres (pre-Bond), TV Special (Bond); 00s (pre-Bond), 10s-20s (Bond); British; housewife turned apparent office cleaner; Recurring-D; apparently Secret Intelligence Service in this instance; spoke to bond on a screen *** (*O**** ****OR)
137. Movie; 90s; Russian; escort girl; other character; one of two such characters who entertained someone, the other being 41
138. Movie; 70s; Chinese; henchwoman; main villain; ordered to watch someone who was changing in plane bathroom
139. Movie; 60s; British; secret service employee; Secret Intelligence Service; began training to resist seductive women *OO**R
140. Movie; 60s; German; bodyguard, criminal operative; SPECTRE; fed main villain's pet piranhas
141. Movie; 90s; unrevealed; stealth ship captain, security agent; Carver Media Group Network, Stealth Ship;  direct participant in plans to provoke a war between the United Kingdom and China [*******] **O**
142. Movie; 70s; American; enforcer, acrobat; main villain; with 38, tasked with imprisoning reclusive billionaire ******R
143. Movie; 80s; Nicaraguan; henchman, enforcer; Sanchez Cartel, Contras; with others, caught main villain's mistress with another man **R*O
145. Movie; 60s; American; enforcer; main villain;  in charge of gassing the members of the mafia with Nerve Gas
146. Movie; 90s; American; media executive; Carver Media Group Network; spoke to someone in a meeting giving an update via video uplink ***** ******O*
147. Movie; 70s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; said in meeting that the CIA had verifed main villain's fingerprints on bullet **** *****R
148. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; sent to keep and eye on someone and diamonds ***W****
149. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; terrorist; SPECTRE; participated in an attempt in Mexico to blow up a stadium ****O
150. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army; with 218 and 303, invited to a demonstration of a new satellite that supposed could provide sunlight to areas of the world which lack it in order to promote agricultural development in cold climate countries [****R**] ******** *O**
151. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; got caught up in a winning streak in a casino ***** *O**
152. Movie; 80s; Soviet; military general, intelligence operative; Soviet Union; faked his defection as part of an illicit arms and drug deal [****R**] **OR** *O**O*
153. Movie; 60s; Mexican; intelligence operative; Mexican Government?; congratulated someone on destroying heroin lab ***RR*
154. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Central Intelligence Agency; shadowed Bond starting at Kingston Airport ***** *****R
155. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; circus leader, smuggler, henchwoman; Octopus Cult; cheated against a major in backgammon
156. Movie; 70s; American; navy captain; US Navy; ordered the destruction of main villain's submarine platform [*O******R] **R**R
157. Movie; 80s; American; geologist; Zorin Industries; previously employed as chief engineer in a South African gold mine, where a cave-in killed twenty miners *O* *O****
158. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-B; SPECTRE (unclear if still active at this point); targeted someone in a cemetery *R*** ****RO **O****
159. Movie; 70s; American; customs officer; US Government; at Los Angeles International Airport, wanted to check the supposed body of someone's dead brother **RR*
160. Movie; 00s; Russian; arms dealer; other character; listed as deceased in file ***** *OR
161. Movie; 00s; Albanian; financier, criminal operative; Recurring-C (Recurring-A if you count a later image in cardboard cut-out); Quantum, SPECTRE (latter indirectly); banker who finances the world's terrorist organizations [**] *****R*
163. Movie; 00s; Austrian?; criminal operative, assassin; Recurring-A; Quantum, SPECTRE; recurring adversaryn prior to thallium poisoning [*R.] *W***
164. Movie; 80s; German; mercenary, assassin; main villain; ordered top cut someone off as they were leaving biathlon course
166. TV Special; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; accompanied someone on helicopter ride ***** *O**
167. Movie; 00s; Italian; opera singer/actress or singer, depending on how you look at it; Recurring-D; none?; seen on stage in opera performance **OR** *O***
168. Movie; 10s-20s; British; Member of Parliament, Home Secretary, minister of the court, president of the court; British Government; consistently negative about someone's actions during recent security crisis ****R *O**R
169. Movie; 10s-20s; British; undercover agent; Secret Intelligence Service; one of five undercover agents whose cover was blown by someone after he uploaded images of them on a YouTube video
170. Movie (deleted scene); 70s; unrevealed; harpist; The Whyte House; played harp  from a floating island in a nearby swimming pool **R**
171. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; targeted by someone sitting on a bed with him ***** *O**
172. Movie; 00s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; provided intel on someone recently deceased **** *****R
173. Movie; 90s; Russian; KGB officer turned mafia boss, businessman; Recurring-A; KGB turned independent; years earlier was shot in the leg by someone who also stole his car and "his girl" ******** ***O****
174. Movie; 60s; Soviet; Director of Military Intelligence; Soviet Embassy of Istanbul; seen in a conference at the embassy [****R**] *******
175. Movie; 10s-20s; British; assistant; Secret Intelligence Service; assisted in an attempt to retrieve a hard drive
176. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; mercenary, professional assassin, enforcer; KGB; usually seen with personal stereo and strangulation is his preferred killing method ***RO*
177. Movie; 80s; American; entrepreneur, marine researcher, narcotics smuggler; Sanchez Cartel, Ocean Exotica, Wavekrest Marine Research;  used his company, Wavekrest Marine Research, to move cocaine for drug cartel ****O* *R***
178. Movie; 00s; Bolivian/Russian; intelligence operative; Bolivian Secret Service, independent; seeking revenge for the murder of her family by exiled dictator ******* *O**** R***RO
179. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; scientist; Stromberg Shipping (contracted); one of two scientists (the other 353) suspected by main villain of trying to sell the scaled-down photographic reproductions of submarine tracking system schematics to competing world powers [*RO****OR] **R*O****
180. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); socialite; Recurring-C; none?; part of scheme to ply two Germans with drink and food in an attempt to learn how German U-boats made it through the British minefields near Norway
182. Movie; 60s; Australian; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland ****R***** ***** O* *****
183. Movie; 10s-20s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; assigned to guard a safe drive containing information on undercover agents embedded into terrorist groups RO**O*
184. Movie; 80s; Indian; bodyguard, enforcer; main villain; destroyed rigged dice someone used in a game of backgammon at a hotel casino *O*****
185. Movie; 60s; American; gangster; American Mafia; with 280 and someone in part 2, was promised one million dollars in stolen gold bullion but was doublecrossed
186. TV Episode; 50s-60s; Soviet; intelligence operative; SMERSH?; believed someone was trying to poison her with cyanide pills and tried to do the same back *O*** ***O**
187. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; tried to flee with fake Fabergé Egg he stole from circus *O****-O* ****
188. Movie; 90s; French; helicopter pilot; Eurocopter Tiger; did test flight of new helicopter prototype [**********] *R***O** *RO***
189. Movie; 70s; American; stand-up comic; main villain; acted as part of diamond smuggling pipeline
190. TV Episode; 50s-60s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; encountered Russian spy while on holiday ***** *O**
191. Movie; 60s; British; quartermaster; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; replaced someone's Beretta 418 .25 pistol with a Walther PPK handgun [***OR] *OO**RO**
192. Movie; 00s; British; international liaison officer; Recurring-C (Recurring-A if you count archive footage); HM Treasury, Quantum, SPECTRE (latter indirectly); forced to act as double agent due to lover being taken hostage *****R ****
193. TV Movie; 80s; British?; unable to determine; unable to determine; the page with with most info on her got taken down, but actress playing her has a middle name that is usually masculine when a first name
194. Movie; 80s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; with someone in part two, rescued someone from the Moroccan police in Tangiers
195. Movie; 90s; German; enforcer, torturer, head of security; Carver Media Group Network; shot at survivors of torpedoed ship R****R* ******R
196. Movie; 80s; Soviet; assassin, circus performer; various characters; pinned someone to a cabin door with knives *R******
197. Movie; 60s; French; assassin, secret society member; SPECTRE; faked death and posed as own widow ******* *O***R
198. Movie; 60s; French; intelligence operative; Smersh; posed as a widow to try to discredit someone
199. Movie; 80s; British; spy ship crew member; Secret Intelligence Service; responsible for using the ATAC system when a mine hit the ship ***R**OR
200. Movie; 90s; British; navy lieutenant commander; Royal Navy; second-in-command of the British Type 23 frigate, HMS Devonshire [********** *O******R] ****R ****
201. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Central Intelligence Agency; pointed out main villain emerging from hotel for daily card game ***** *****R
202. Movie; 60s; French; police inspector; French Special Police; met up with someone in a French pissoir [*******OR] ******
203. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; criminal operative; SPECTRE; pursued by someone during the Day of the Dead parade at the Zocalo in Mexico City **R*O ****RR*
204. Movie; 70s; Thai; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; discussed the solex agitator with someone
205. Movie; 90s; British; media mogul; own company; attempted to provoke a war between the United Kingdom and China in order to destroy the Chinese government and use the new government to obtain exclusive broadcasting rights in China ***O* *****R
206. Movie; 80s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed; offered somone sausage and beer
207. Movie; 60s; British/Dutch/Indonesian; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; uncovered a plan to sell compromising photographs of military leaders from the USA, USSR, China and Great Britain at an "art auction **** *O**
208. Movie; 80s; unable to determine; nuclear physicist, henchman; SPECTRE; was neverous when speaking to one villain, thyough another villain acted more fatherly towards him *O****
209. Movie; 70s; Thai; unrevealed; other character; seen skinny dipping in a pool ***W ***
210. Movie; 00s; British (England); intelligence operative, publicist; Secret Intelligence Service, Graves Corporation; Harvard-educated, gold medal-winning Olympic fencer **R**** *RO**
211. Movie; 90s; Russian/Bosnian; anarchist terrorist; KGB turned independemt; conspired with billionaire heiress to monopolize the world's oil market for profit R***R* (****OR *O***)
212. Movie; 10s-20s; Mexican; field operative; Mexican Secret Service; accompanied someone at the Day of the Dead celebrations in Mexico City ***R****
213. Movie; 70s; Swedish; unrevealed; main villain; mistress of professional assassin ***R** ****R*
214. Movie; 60s; Cayman Islander; fisherman; various characters; helped collect rock samples from the island of Crab Key ***RR**
215. Movie; 80s; American; Director of Oil and Mines; San Francisco City Hall; unwittingly aided psychotic industrialist in his plot to destroy Silicon Valley W.*. *OW*
216. Movie; 80s; British; assistant secretary; Secret Intelligence Service; was given a bouquet of carnations *****O** ******O**
217. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; unrevealed; unrevealed; wanted someone to "make love" to her ***** **R*****
218. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army; with 150 and 303, invited to a demonstration of a new satellite that supposed could provide sunlight to areas of the world which lack it in order to promote agricultural development in cold climate countries [****R**] ***
219. Movie; 80s; Cuban; freelance hitman; main villain; hired to kill a family ****OR *O******
220. TV Episode; 80s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-C; SPECTRE?; interviewed on talk show *R*** ****RO **O****
221. TV Miniseries; 10s-20s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division; initially a mischievous playboy who is chasing women, collecting books and living off his family's fortune
222. Movie; 60s; Jamaican?; army general; Jamaican government; aided somone in investigation of main villain [****R*********] ****
223. Movie; 80s; Isthmian; national president; Isthmus, Sanchez Cartel;  he and others were bribed and intimidated into becoming thralls of drug baron and his cartel ****OR *O***
224. Movie; 90s; Swiss; banker; La Banque Suisse de L'Industrie; involved in a number of deals with terrorists and other international criminals.
225. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; participated in casino poker match *****O****
226. Movie; 10s-20s; British; scientist; Secret Intelligence Service; with others, worked for over a decade on the creation of the nanonweapon Heracles [*R.] *****
227. Movie; 60s; British; quartermaster, branch head; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; gave someone a case containing a throwing-knife, anti-tampering mechanism with a magnetised tear-gas cartridge (disguised as a tin of talcum powder), and fifty gold sovereigns [***OR] *OO**RO**
228. Movie; 90s; Canadian; navy admiral, representative; Canadian Armed Forces, Royal Canadian Navy; lured back to woman's yacht, the Manticore, for a night of fun [****R**] ***** **RR**
229. Movie; 70s; British (England)?; former intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; unlike other versions, this version is a villain ***** *O**
230. Movie; 60s; Scandinavian; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland
231. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence agency Head; American Secret Service, Central Intelligence Agency, FBI, possibly others; has a habit of introducing himself with a stream of "alphabet soup", including all the organisations and branches he is involved with R***O**
232. Movie; 80s; Japanese; narcotics agent posing as drug lord; Hong Kong Narcotics Agency; tasked with infiltrating drug lord's operations in Isthmus *O**
233. Movie; 80s; Indian; station head; Secret Intelligence Service; escorrted someone to hotel, pointing out a palace along the way ***R*****
234. Movie; 60s; British (England) but posing as Austrian; henchwoman posing as countess; other character; mistress of smuggler; sent to extract information from someone **** *O* ******
235. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchwoman; main villain; escorted two characters to their rooms [*****R] ****
236. TV Episode; 80s; British; agency head; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; upset by amounts on someone's bills
238. TV Episode; 90s; British; agency head; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; listened to a threat to blow up the White House or the Kingdome, or at least a tent near the latter
239. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; ordered killed by the ruler of San Monique **W**
240. Movie; 80s; Chinese; drug dealer; own cartel?; with others, offered exclusive franchises in main villain's cocaine product, priced at one million US dollars per territory [*R.] ***
241. Movie; 70s; American; professional gambler?; independent?; lost all his money in a vain attempt to win the affections of opportunist/hustler *O***
242. Movie; 70s; Thai; businessman, industrialist; independent; hired assassin to kill scientist and recover an item
243. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; participated  in raid on Fort Knox *O****
244. Movie; 80s; French; personal pilot; Drax Industries, Drax Airlines; provided someone with an aerial tour of someone else's property *OR**** ***O*R
245. Movie; 70s; British; diamond syndicate chairman; British Government; raised concerns with the Prime Minister regarding the increase in smuggling from South Afican mines, urging the British Secret Service to become involved [**R] *O**** *****R
246. Movie; 80s; American; stockbroker turned accountant; Sanchez Cartel; questioned the financial aspects of someone's decisions *R****-*O***
247. Movie; 60s; British; taxi driver, intelligence operative; Foreign Office, Security Service; assisted someone in her infiltration of International Mother's Help in Berlin **R**O* *O**R*
248. Movie; 70s; San Monique; reptile handler, tribal chief; Voodoo Cult; eliminated someone's enemies via sacrifices
249. Movie; 90s; British; navy chief petty officer; Royal Navy; crew member of the British Type 23 frigate, HMS Devonshire [***** ***** O*****R] *. ****
250. Movie; 70s; American; diamond smuggler; SPECTRE; claimed she was named after her (accidental) birthplace, where her parents were going through a choice of wedding bands
251. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); socialite; none?; mother of major character
252. Movie; 60s; French; bodyguard, assassin, secret society member; SPECTRE; waited for someone outside the chapel where the latter's fake funeral is taking place *R**O*
253. Movie; 60s; British; air force group captain; Royal Air Force; responsible for overseeing a NATO training flight which was subsequently hijacked by SPECTRE **W*O*
254. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; stand-up comic?; unrevealed; did a monologue on a beach ***** ******R**
255. Movie; 70s; British; ballistics expert; Secret Intelligence Service; helped analyse the remains of the bullet that killed someone *O***OR**
256. Movie; 60s; German; personal assistant, criminal operative; SPECTRE; trapped someone on plane with a smoke bomb and a wooden restraint ***** *R****
258. Movie; 00s; Canadian; intelligence operative; Canadian Security Intelligence Service; someone saved her from being compromised *ORR*** ******
259. Movie; 00s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed; mistook someone for a valet, and gave him his car keys in order to park his Range Rover
260. Movie; 80s; Soviet; assassin, circus knife-thrower; various characters; attacked someone with welding torch
261. Movie; 80s; Greek; henchman, smuggler; other character; aids someone in fight to stop Soviet agents in Greece **R***OR**
262. TV Episode; 50s-60s; French; intelligence operative; Soviet Union; henchman for main villain
263. Movie; 60s; Turkish; fisherman turned station head; Secret Intelligence Service; years ago infiltrated a traveling circus, working as a strongman and wrestler, and spied on the Russians, pretending he didn't know the language *** **R** ***
264. Movie; 80s; Greek; guerilla soldier turned smuggler; Greek Resistance turned independent; red herring character in terms of main villain ***O* *O****O
265. Movie; 00s; Greek; government contractor; Quantum; beaten in a game of poker three kings to three aces **** *******O*
266. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchman; SPECTRE; imposter used in training exercise **** ***** *O**
267. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; cultist, bodyguard; Octopus Cult; tasked with taking someone to their room *W***O****
268. Movie; 80s; Greek; henchman, driver, assassin; main villain; participated in the finding of St. Georges (a ship) **O****
269. Movie; 80s; American; drug enforcement operative; Drug Enforcement Administration; informed by someone over the phone that his boss had been maimed **O****
270. Movie; 70s; American;  would-be assistant to wealthy men; independent?; upon stating her first name was told "You certainly are" ****** O'*OO**
271. Movie; 60s; German; criminal, enforcer; Recurring-C; Red Lightning Tong turned SPECTRE; first seen at the Shrublands health spa [*O***] *****
272. Movie; 70s; British; nuclear submarine staff officer/captain; Royal Navy; British nuclear submarine staff officer who is the first to learn about the mysterious disappearance of the HMS Ranger [*******] ****O*
273. Movie; 70s; Thai; ninja; Martial Arts School; student in the training school of wealthy industrialist
274. Movie; 60s; East German; spy trainer, assistant; Smersh; when he gets overexcited, this heart causes him trouble and to go too fast *O*O
276. Movie; 70s; British; solar energy scientist; Secret Intelligence Service;  employed by Thai multi-millionaire industrialist to develop a solution to the world's ongoing energy crisis ****O*
277. Movie; 00s; Cuban; gene therapist, clinic director; La Clinica Alvarez; corrupt director of the DNA replacement therapy clinic, La Clinica Alvarez, on the Isla de Los Organos, Cuba, who helped North Korean military officer and smuggler change identity [*R.] ****R**
278. Movie; 10s-20s; French; criminal board member; SPECTRE; one of the SPECTRE board members who secretly met at the Palazzo Cadenza in Rome following the death of an operative *OR***
279. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; equestrian, enforcer; main villain; in San Francisco City Hall, after a murder, appeared in the doorway with petrol canisters and begins to douse the carpeting so the building can be set aflame
280. Movie; 60s; American; gangster; American Mafia; with 185 and someone in part 2, was promised one million dollars in stolen gold bullion but was doublecrossed **** **R**
281. Movie; 60s; French; liaison; Secret Intelligence Service; attended a funeral [****.] ** *OR**
282. Movie; 60s; American; actor, dancer; independent?; shot by backwards firing gun **OR** R***
283. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; helped someone find a hijacked plane that was carrying two atomic bombs, which they eventually find along with the corpse of the phony NATO observer ***** *****R
285. Movie; 60s; Chinese–Jamaican; freelance photographer, spy; Daily Gleaner; employed by main villain to spy on someone
286. Movie; 80s; Soviet; intelligence operative; KGB; taped an incriminating conversation between main villain and his oil company chief *O** ****O**
287. Movie; 00s; British; section chief/double agent; Secret Intelligence Service; corrupt MI6 section chief in Prague, Czech Republic *R****
288. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; bodyguard, enforcer; main villain;  present in the Bahamas on-board Le Chiffre's luxury yacht, as the main villain plays poker *R***
289. Movie; 80s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed; thoguht someone was crazy for turning down sausage and beer
290. Movie; 60s; American?; masseuse; Fontainebleau Miami Beach Hotel; was slapped on the behind as she left the man she was massaging so he could have a private conversation with someone else
291. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; bodyguard, enforcer; Quantum; helped main villain  reclaim $101,206,000 due to a failed plot to sabotage an aerospace company **O
292. Movie; 00s; Swiss; banker; James Bond Wiki suggests a casino he does business with but more likely his bank; responsible for all monetary transactions during and after tournaments at a casino
293. Movie; 80s; American; fisherman; own charter business; attended a wedding ***R***
294. Movie; 80s; British; secret society member; Recurring-C; SPECTRE; reported that the criminal organisation earned £250,000 as a consultation fee for the Great Train Robbery of 1963 ******R ****
295. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; trying to sneak into a place, was detected due to a flock of birds near him catching the guards' attention
296. Movie; 00s; French; intelligence operative; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; was falsely believed by Bond to have doublecrossed him R*** ******
297. Movie; 60s; Swiss; solicitor; main villain; acted as a middle-man between the College of Arms and the main villain ****O**
298. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; hotel manager; unnamed hotel; very helpful man and gave the best of his guests
299. Movie; 70s; American; ranger; Ranger Station 1; owned the fastest boat in the bayou and worked for the State Wildlife Department Ranger Station 1 *****-*O*
300. Movie; 70s; American; mortician, diamond smuggler; own company;  part of the diamond smuggling pipeline from South Africa via Europe *OR*O* ******R
301. Movie; 10s-20s; American; secret society member; SPECTRE; at a meeting, listened to reports of the attacks on Hamburg and Indonesia **R*****
302. Movie; 60s; Japanese; sumo wrestler; presumed Dewanoumi; gave someone tickets to a match *****O**** *********
303. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army; with 150 and 218, invited to a demonstration of a new satellite that supposed could provide sunlight to areas of the world which lack it in order to promote agricultural development in cold climate [****R**] **
304. Movie; 10s-20s; unrevealed; secret society member; SPECTRE; present at the SPECTRE meeting at the Palazzo Cadenza in Rome ****R***
305. Movie; 90s; Japanese;  terrorist, chemical weapons expert; ADFL (Congolese Rebels in Zaire); wanted for the Tokyo subway sarin gas attack ***O*** *****R*
306. Movie; 80s; Korean?; bodyguard, enforcer?; Recurring-C; unable to determine; leapt off the Eiffel Tower with a parachute O***O*
307. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; security agent; SPECTRE; seen during the SPECTRE meeting in Rome *OR***O
308. Movie; 10s-20s; British-French; none; none; daughter of major supporting character ******** *W***
309. Movie; 60s;American; entrepreneur; independent/own company; reclusive American billionaire industrialist whose vast business empire and identity are subsequently stolen by main villain W****R* W****
310. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchman; other character; attacked someone he later became an ally of in hotel home in Monte Carlo
311. TV Movie; 80s; German?; military general; National Socialist German Workers’ Party; main villain [***.] **R**R* *********
312. Movie; 80s; French; enforcer, head of security, pilot; Zorin Industries; head of security for the illicit business dealings of billionaire industrialist ***R****
313. TV Movie; 80s; unable to determine; unable to determine; unable to determine; info sparse and I never watched this
314. Movie; 80s; French; intelligence agent; French Secret Service; Secret Service contact in the South of France ***** **R** *W****-*** (***O**)
315. Movie; 60s; no citizenship; place of birth unrevealed; pet; Recurring-A or B (hard to tell because the movies tend to use multiple cats); main villain; in one instance another cat was mistaken for this one **O****'* W**** ***
316. Movie; 80s; Soviet; unrevealed; KGB; was partly stripped by someone to distract guards R********
317. Movie; 90s; British; lab assistant turned quartermaster; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; trained to replace another character
318. Movie; 10s-20s; Russian; terrorist leader, scientist, anarchist; independent; motivated to take down the criminal organisation SPECTRE for the deaths of his family at the hands of assassin ********* *****
319. Movie; 60s; British; poultry farmer, sleeper agent (unknowingly); main villain (unknowingly); poultry allergy sufferer from Morecambe Bay, Lancashire R*** **R*****
320. Movie; 60s; British?; retired intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Smersh, Secret Intelligence Service; former secret agent who has since become a multi-millionaire with a penchant for wearing ridiculously extravagant outfits at her office *****R ****
321. Movie; 90s; Russian; computer technician, cyber-terrorist; Janus Syndicate; believed himself to be invincible *OR** ****O**** *R******O
322. Movie; 60s; American; scientist; W.W. Tectronics, G Section; had been working for the company in "G section" for three years and was part of a team constructing an orbital laser weapon ***** **R**R*******
323. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; took part in a poker match at a casino in Montenegro [*****] W*
324. Movie; 60s; Chinese; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; argued with someone about the taste of the Chinese being different than all other women
325. Movie; 90s; Russian; lounge singer; unidentified St. Petersburg nightclub; worked as a singer at club in St. Petersburg, but appeared to be completely tone deaf *R***
326. Movie; 00s; Swiss; enforcer, criminal operative; Quantum, Greene Planet; tasked with assisting mission to secure a resource-rich patch of land in Latin America by funding the overthrow of the Bolivian president in favor for exiled Bolivian General
327. Movie; 80s; American; diver, killer; Wavekrest Marine Research, Sanchez Cartel; murdered a friend of Bond's
328. Movie; 90s; unrevealed; television news presenter; Carver Media Group Network; present during a party at Hamburg media center, celebrating the launch of a new CMGN satellite ****R* *****
329. Movie; 80s; British; quartermaster; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; felt that things had been dull in the absense of another character
330. Movie; 70s; Italian; secretary; other character(s); secretary to Egyptian black market trader
331. Movie; 00s; British; agency head; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; sent someone to execute a duplicitous station chief in Prague, Czech Republic and his informant O***** *********
332. Movie; 00s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; tripped and fell into the crowd while chasing someone **R**R
333. Movie; 00s; French; environmentalist, criminal, company founder/head; Recurring-A; Quantum, Greene Planet, SPECTRE (indirectly); spearheading the Tierra Project in Bolivia *O***** *R****
334. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; driver; Secret Intelligence Service; drove someone to the circus in East Germany **R*
335. Movie; 80s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; picked someone up after he arrived in New York ***R***
336. Movie; 00s; Algerian (but born in Egypt); intelligence operative, terrorist, honeytrap; Quantum, SPECTRE (indirectly); seduced high-ranking women with valuable connections ***** ****R*
337. Movie; 10s-20s; British; assistant; Secret Intelligence Service; briefly met with Bond and another character ****O* *****
338. Movie; 80s; American; drug enforcement agent; Drug Enforcement Administration;  accepted a $2 million bribe to free drug baron from U.S. custody ** *******R
339. Movie; 10s-20s; Austrian; terrorist mastermind; Recurring-A; SPECTRE, Independent; murdered father in a staged avalanche in Kitzbühel due to father's close relationship with  foster brother *R*** ****RO **O**** (*R*** O***R*****R)
340. Movie; 10s-20s; British; scientist; Secret Intelligence Service; responsible for the development of nanoweapon [*R.] **R**
341. Commercial; 90s; Polish?; unrevealed; Recurring-C; unrevealed if any; seen riding a highway or tour bus **W*
342. Movie; 00s; Italian; card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; took part in casino poker match *O*****
343. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)?; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; put can in trash bag and then dropped the bag ***** *O**
344. Movie; 60s; East German; spy trainer; Smersh, International Mothers' Help; ran school for spies, based in East Berlin, that is a Smersh cover operation [*R**] *O****R
345. Movie; 90s; Russian; army major general; Armed Forces of the Russian Federation; was Russia's liaison to the joint MI6 / Admirality team in the British Situation Room [***OR ****R**] *****R**
346. Movie; 70s; American; unrevealed; unrevealed; accompanied husband on holiday in Thailand ******** *****R
347. Movie; 10s-20s; British; intelligence operative turned secretary; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; inadvertently shot ally non-fatally *** *O*********
348. Movie; 80s; Soviet; military lieutenant-general; USSR; believed that the Warsaw Pact had a decisive advantage over NATO in conventional military strength that was being tossed away by its leaders in détente [**********-****R**] OR*O*
349. Movie; 70s; French; henchwoman; main villain; someone choked her with her bikini top to extract info on main villain's whereabouts **R**
350. Movie; 00s; Ugandan; resistance army commander; Lord's Resistance Army, Quantum; angered that main villain lost his money ****** O****O
351. Movie; 10s-20s; Cuban; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; despite claiming to have had only three weeks of training, proved to be highly effective in combat ***O**
352. Movie; 60s; Turkish; station agent; Secret Intelligence Service; someone asked to help to get across the frontier between Yugoslavia and Trieste
353. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; scientist; Stromberg Shipping; one of two scientists (the other 353) suspected by main villain of trying to sell the scaled-down photographic reproductions of submarine tracking system schematics to competing world powers [*R.] ********
354. Movie; 60s; Mexican; assassin, enforcer; other character; involved in plot of selling heroin through the front of selling bananas ******O
355. TV Episode; 00s; British?; unwilling criminal agent; Recurring-C; other character (unwillingly); had to work for villain because her brother was being held hostage ***** ***OR*
357. Movie; 80s; Greek; guerilla soldier turned heroin smuggler, intelligence operative; USSR, Great Britain, Greek Resistance (formerly), KGB; hired by KGB to obtain the ATAC device *R** *R*****O*
358. Movie; 60s; Soviet; cipher clerk, army corporal; Soviet Armed Forces, SPECTRE (Unknowingly); originally was a ballerina, but had to abandon her goal of dancing for the Bolshoi Ballet when she grew one inch taller than the maximum height permitted for girls ******** R****O**
359. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; claimed to be on her second assignment RO*** **R**R
360. Movie; 60s; Soviet; embassy Chief of Security; Soviet Embassy of Istanbul; seen in conference that was spied upon *O**O****
361. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative, laboratory assistant; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; helped test an arm cast, which flipped out and crushed the head of an adjacent dummy ******R*
362. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; possible professional gambler; independent?; watched a card game that she did not participate in *R**
363. TV Movie; 10s-20s; British (England); model; likely modeling agency; nickname was the sound a farm animal makes **R*** "*OO" WR****
364. Movie; 70s; Soviet; intelligence operative; KGB; tried to assassinate someone on a downhill ski chase in Austria **R*** **R*O*
365. Movie; 00s; American; military general; American army; leader of the American army in the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea [****R**] *******R
366. Movie; 60s; British; navy chief petty officer turned butler; Royal Navy; greeted someone at the front door and took him to his former Admiral, whom he was now the butler for [***** ***** O*****R] ****O**
367. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; criminal associate; Quantum; tried to poison someone during casino match
368. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; criminal operative, professional assassin;  SPECTRE; broke out of Dartmoor Prison and two years later was recruited by the international criminal organisation SPECTRE and from then on trained as an agent and assassin R** *R***
369. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; criminal operative?; unrevealed; while sitting on bed with someone, pulled out gun and threatened to kill him ***** ****O*
370. Movie; 00s; British; field agent; Secret Intelligence Service; with another agent, tazed someone and dragged him away W*******
371. Movie; 00s; American; section chief; Central Intelligence Agency; negotiated a deal with someone to ignore his orchestrated coup in Bolivia in exchange for oil *R**OR* ***WOO* "*R***" ****
372. Movie; 00s; Bolivian; army general; Bolivia; military dictator of his home country, Bolivia, but was later overthrown and exiled [****R**] ***R**O

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Re: Gotta Catch 'em All Challenge 62 Collage 50 James Bond Live 1 of 2

For the James Bond Hangman round, numbers spelled out where applicable because there are fewer than in the superhero rounds (but do use the actual numbers in answers where appropriate). If a one word name (M, Q, or R) has a known or implied real name, that will be used instead; otherwise such characters will be locked but not noted as such.

The Random Number Generator picks A.

Letters found so far: AORW

See first post for explamation of Recurring categories.

1. Movie; 00s; Russian; politician, secret society member; Quantum, Russian Government; one of several peoples attending a meeting during an opera performance ****OR *ARA*O*
2. Movie; 80s; Afghan; Deputy Commander of the Eastern District; Mujaheddin, Snow Leopard Brotherhood; freed by Bond from a prison during Bond's own escape attempt *A*RA* **A*
3. Movie; 70s; British (England); diamond smuggler, transport consultant; major villain (unknowingly); impersonated by Bond  ****R *RA***
4. Movie; 70s; American; astronaut; W Technologies; astronaut testing or training on Whyte-manufactured moon landing equipment *ARR*
5. Movie; 70s; San Monique; crime kingpin, politician; Voodoo Cult; using poppies, hoped to flood the U.S. market with two tonnes of heroin distributed through his legitimate restaurants free of charge, thus forcing other drug dealers out of business. *R. *** [(*R.) *A*A**A
6. Movie; 80s; Soviet; KGB General; KGB; Bond was set to kill him but was distristful about the reasons [****RA*] **O*** *******
8. Movie; 70s; American; flying school student; Bleeker Flying School; was in a plane that was targeted by henchmen [*R*.] ****
9. TV Episode; 50s-60s; British; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; British Intelligence; gave someone 32 million francs to allow him to keep playing in a casino **AR**** *****R
10. Movie; 90s; Russian; atomic scientist; Russian Atomic Energy Department; gave someone  a plane necessary to steal a nuclear weapon set to be dismantled in Kazakhstan [*R.] ****A** AR*O*
12. Movie; 80s; British; butler, security operative; Secret Intelligence Service; discovered assassins dumping a cook's body into a chest freezer *R*** *O*R
13. Movie; 80s; East German; intelligence operative, biathlete; KGB; young woman was interested in him but he only scowled at her *R*** *R*****R
14. Movie; 90s; French; helicopter pilot; Eurocopter Tiger; captain of new helicopter prototype [*A**.] **R*AR* *A***R*
15. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; had blood thrown at him *A****
16. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; professional assassin, criminal operative; Recurring-C; SPECTRE; deployed in order to protect the secrecy of SPECTRE's plot
17. Movie; 00s; Japanese; chemical engineer; other character; seen only in a photo, along with 160 and someone in part 2 ***** *AWA*OWA
18. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; diamond trader; other character; contracted to supply rogue colonel with African conflict diamonds in exchange for weaponry *A* ***R*
19. Movie; 90s; Russian; programmer;  none; unknowingly friends with a villain, whom she saw as an annoying little brother *A*A**A **O*ORO**A ***O*O*A
20. Movie; 60s; Chinese; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland ******* A**** O* **A**
21. Movie; 60s; British?; adjutant; other character; newspaper hints that this character was intended to have a larger role in the film; instead was just present in a meeting between Bond and another character *****A*
22. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; tasked with arresting rogue agent dead or alive *A**O*
23. Movie; 60s; Japanese; intelligence operative; Japanese Secret Service; helped someone with ninja training and pretending to be Japanese A**
24. Movie; 80s; British (England); high ranking politician; Recurring-D; British Government, Conservative Party; based on real person *AR*AR** **A****R
25. Movie; 70s; American; technology firm administrator; W.W. Tectronics; under his watch his company constructed an orbital laser weapon *O*
26. Movie; 80s; Italian; intelligence operative; British Secret Service; informed Bond about activities of a killer Bond was chasing ***** **RRARA
27. Movie; 60s; Irish; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland *R*** A**** O* **A**
28. Movie; 70s; South African; houseboy; missionary school; read to school children *O***A
29. Movie; 70s; Soviet; KGB General; KGB, Ministry of Foreign Affairs; recurring ally of MI6 despite being on opposite sides during the Cold war [****RA*] A*A*O* *O*O*
30. Movie; 80s; Russian; curator; USSR; realized a piece of jewelry was a fake *OR**O*
31. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; businessman in novelization; other character; was involved with main villain's mistress A**AR**
32. Movie; 10s-20s; British; criminal operative; SPECTRE; attended a "birthday" festivity in Cuba [**R] ***A***A* *'A**
34. Movie; 60s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-A if you count repeating footage, otherwise Recurring-B; Royal Navy, Secret Intelligence Service; targeted by unseen assailant whom he shot *A*** *O**
35. Movie; 90s; British; navy captain; Royal Navy; his ship was remotely meaconed off-course into Chinese-held waters by techno-terrorist [*O**A***R] R***AR* *A*
36. Movie; 80s; American; state geologist; State of California; her father passed before he could train her how to effectively maintiain control over the family oil company **A*** ****O*
37. Movie; 60s; Russian; cipher clerk; Soviet Armed Forces; with 105, colleage of major supporting character (in the movie, not series as a whole) *A*A**A
38. Movie; 70s; American; enforcer, acrobat; major villain; with 142, tasked with imprisoning reclusive billionaire *A***
40. Movie; 70s; American; state trooper; Louisiana State Police; helped sheriff try to to catch people on the river
41. Movie; 90s; Russian; escort girl; other character; one of two such characters who entertained someone, the other being 137 **R****A
42. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)?; intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; unlike other versions of this character, could not hold his liquor *****W***** *A*** *O**
43. Movie; 90s; American; media executive; Carver Media Group Network; tasked to arrange and report any news of havoc that would earn lots of ratings **** *O***
44. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; honeytrap, intelligence operative; Smersh; masqueraded as a daughter of a late "MI5" head and is only identifiable by pseudonym *** ***ARR*
45. Movie; 80s; American; Air Force commanding officer; U.S. Air Force; enjoyed a circus performance [*******A** ****RA*] ****R*O*
47. Movie; 00s; British; intelligence contact; other character; spotted someone shadowing him as he watched a cricket match *****R
48. Movie; 80s; no citizenship; place of birth unrevealed; pet; Recurring-B; major villain; abandoned his human after the latter's plot went awry *O*O*O*
49. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); intelligence operative; British Security Coordination; took someone to a bar that was considered a bit of a dive **AR *R***
50. Movie; 70s; British; navy captain; Royal Navy; with his nuclear submarine crew, taken captive by main villain [*O**A***R] *A**O*
51. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; terrorist, bomb maker; major villain; attended a mongoose/snake fight in Madagascar *O**A*A *A**O
52. Movie; 70s; American; sheriff; Recurring-A; Louisiana State Police; after previously pursuiing someone, encountered them again while on vacation in Thailand [***R***] *.W. *****R
54. Movie; 80s; Soviet; bomb expert; USSR; delivered a nuclear bomb to villains [****OR *******A**] *A**
55. Movie; 70s; Cuban; detective, sleeper agent/intelligence operative; independent;  loaned someone a 1957 Ford Fairlane to travel to Los Organos RAO**
56. Movie; 70s; Chinese; student?; karate school?; with sister, helped defeat martial arts students **A
57. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; terrorist, weapons manufacturer; Quantum; used a Ugandan warlord's money to short-sell stock in a promising aerospace company, thus betting the money on the company's failure; character only known by alias *AR*O* ***O***
58. Movie; 90s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; was scolded for calling someone the Evil Queen of Numbers **** *A***R
59. Movie; 90s; Chinese; Military General; People's Liberation Army; intended to wipe out the Chinese top politicians and military officers with nuclear rocket and, afterwards, take over the government in China [****RA*] **A**
60. Movie; 60s; British; Air Force group captain; Royal Air Force; one of the men responsible for overseeing the recovery of atomic weapons hijacked by SPECTRE *R****AR*
61. Movie; 10s-20s; British; psychologist; Secret Intelligence Service; examined someone's mental health after he came back to MI6. [*O**OR] *A**
62. Movie; 10s-20s; French; mercenary, assassin; Recurring-A only if you count picture; SPECTRE; upon discovering that he was being tailed, initiated a high speed car chase that attracted the attention of several local police officers *A*R***
63. Movie; 70s; British; helicopter pilot, personal assistant; major villain; flirted with someone she tried to kill *AO**
64. Movie; 90s; British; Deputy Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; helped bring Bond up to speed on the latest events and the parameters of his mission **AR*** RO****O*
65. Movie; 80s; German; geneticist turned horse breeder, head scientist; Nazi Germany, Soviet Union, Zorin Industries; experiments led to babies who  were often psychotic in nature, but grew into children with gifted intelligence.  [**.] *AR* *OR***R (*A** **A**)
66. Movie; 00s; British; Special Advisor to the Prime Minister, criminal operative; Quantum, British Government; one of several peoples attending a meeting during an opera performance *** *A****
67. Movie; 60s; Italian; infiltrator; SPECTRE; hired to assassinate and impersonate NATO pilot A****O *A*A***
68. Movie; 80s; British/Greek; unrevealed; Independent; located assassin who killed her parents at the villa he owned near Madrid, Spain, and went there to exact her revenge *****A *A***O**
69. Movie; 00s; British; personal security detail, sleeper agent; Secret Intelligence Service, Quantum; mole who passed annual security checks and lie detector tests *RA** ********
70. Movie; 80s; Isthmian; bank secretary; Banco de Isthmus; when someone arrived to make a "small deposit" in the bank (in reality, almost $5 million), she helped her patron count his money *O*****O
71. Movie; 00; North Korean; Military General; Korean People's Army; wished for a peaceful reunification of Korea, whereas his son wanted war [****RA*] *OO*
73. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division; got himself expelled from Eton and other prestigious public schools before his mother, fed up, sent him to work for Reuters *A* *******
74. Movie; 70s; Soviet; KGB agent; KGB; with another character, survived a fight with Bond in Egypt *OR**
75. Movie; 80s; Ukrainian SSR; General Secretary; Communist Party of the Soviet Union; oversaw a meeting of the Red Army military commissariat **O*** *R******
76. TV Episode; 00s; American; professional gambler?; none?; was shocked by the name of a woman who showed up at the table he was sitting at at a casino *WA*** *O****
77. Movie; 00s; Italian; unrevealed; other character; persuaded boyfriend to assist Bond ****A
78. Movie; 60s; American; professional gambler?; unrevealed; his secretary assisted a rival in cheating him in cards ****O**
79. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; unrevealed; unrevealed; someone was worried she'd trigger a code to a missile **A *******
80. Movie; 60s; Bahamian; intelligence operative, boating supplies shop owner; Secret Intelligence Service; operated from the basement of his boating supplies shop *****R
81. Movie; 80s; British; secretary; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; helped investigate sniper in Bratislava [****] *O*********
82. Movie; 60s; French; intelligence agency head; Deuxième Bureau; implored someone to come out of retirement to deal with org who has been eliminating agents ***RA**
83. TV Episode; 50-60s; French?; intelligence operative; Soviet Union; threatended someone with a cane-gun *O**A*
84. Movie; 70s; British?; diamond smuggler, missionary teacher; SPECTRE (unknowingly); transported diamonds off the continent in a hollowed-out Bible [*R*.] W*******
85. TV Episode (later expanded on DVD); 00s; British (England)?; intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; fought three hooded opponents *A*** *O**
87. Movie; 60s; Japanese; Head of Secret Service; Japanese Secret Service; headquarters is inside an underground train that constantly travels around the Tokyo subway for his protection ****R *A*A*A
88. Movie; 80s; Isthmian;  enforcer, henchman, advisor; Sanchez Cartel; with others, caught main villain's mistress with another man **R**
89. Movie; 80s; American; police detective; Key West Police Department; investigated someone's maiming RA******
90. Movie; 80s; Greek/British (born in Greece); unrevealed; unrevealed; mother of 68 *O*A *A***O**
91. Movie; 10s-20s; French; consultant psychiatrist; Recurring-A; Hoffler Klinik, SPECTRE, Quantum (latter two via familial association); Bond incorrectly believed she had doublecrossed him [*R.] *A******* *WA**
92. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; maintenance and security officer/mechanic; major villain; unsuccessfully tried to flirt with someone *RA [LOCKED; only one letter remaining; Letters found at time of locking: AORW]
93. Movie; 00s; German; criminal operative; Quantum; met with someone in Venice to receive money A*O*** *******
94. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative, astronaut; Central Intelligence Agency; spied on main villain *O*** *OO***A*
95. Movie; 60s; Italian; criminal operative; Recurring-C; SPECTRE; collected rare shark species for research and conservation purposes for marine institutes *****O *AR*O
98. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-A; SPECTRE; uncovered embezzlement and electrocuted the culprit *R*** **A*RO **O****
99. TV Episode; 80s; British (England)?; businessman, criminal; independent?; petted a rabbit stuffed animal *O*******
100. Movie; 60s; Chinese; technical liaison/nuclear fission specialist, intelligence operative; China; provided main villain with atomic bomb [*R.] ****
101. Movie; 80s; British; representative; Foreign and Commonwealth Office; informed someone that another character's yacht, the Flying Saucer, was now heading for Nice, France ***** **A**-*AW****
102. Movie; 80s; Belgian; henchman, professional assassin; Marseilles and Hong Kong drug syndicates; after being convicted of several particularly brutal murders, he was sentenced to life imprisonment in Namur Prison ***** **O*O** *O****
103. Movie; 00s; British; personal assistant; Secret Intelligence Service; gagged upon seeing open-eyed corpse ******R*
104. Movie; 90s; Ukrainian SSR; head of security, terrorist; King Industries; bhelped Russian scientist smuggle Parahawks *A**A *A***O*
105. Movie; 60s; Russian; cipher clerk; Soviet Armed Forces; with 37, colleage of major supporting character (in the movie, not series as a whole) *R**A
106. Movie; 70s; American; CIA agent; Central Intelligence Agency; posted around casino during risky diamond exchange
107. Movie; 70s; American; flying school owner?; own flying school; called someone for compensation after one of his places was destroyed ******R
108. Movie; 00s; Bolivian; military lieutenant; other character; accompanied his commanding officer to Port-au-Prince, Haiti for his meeting with someone [*******A**] OR*O [partially LOCKED; only one letter remaining in second word (first is saluation; letters found at time of locking: ORW]
109. Movie; 90s; British; construction magnate, oil magnate; King Industries; became a personal friend of major character after they read law together at Oxford [**R] RO**R* ****
111. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; took part ina poker match *A**AR*O
112. Movie; 90s; British; navy Fleet Commander; Royal Navy; received an urgent message from the Admiralty ordering the fleet to search for a nearby Stealth Ship [****-A***RA*] *****
113. Movie; 60s; British; secretary; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; given the task of establishing a rigorous programme to train male agents to ignore the charms of women [****] *O*********
114. Movie; 90s; American; Head of Special Projects, vice-president of media company; Carver Media Group Network; tasked to arrange and report any news of havoc that would earn lots of ratings *O* WA**A**
115. Movie; 90s; Azerbaijani/British (England); oil tycoon, socialite, CEO; King Industries; kidnapped in a scheme to extort a large sum from her father, who refused to pay the ransome *****R* ****
116. Movie; 60s; Jamaican; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland *A*A**A* A**** O* **A**
118. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; assassin, enforcer; major villains; knocked out gondola technician and tried to help kill two agents *A****
119. Movie; 60s; Jamaican; shell diver; Independent; emerged from the sea collecting shells and singing "Under the Mango Tree"  *O*** R***R
120. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; guard; Zorin Industries; brought someone a helmet **RR*
121. TV Movie; 00s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division; during World War II was recruited as personal assistant to the Director of Naval Intelligence *A* *******
122. Movie; 80s; American; international arms dealer, mercenary, drug dealer; West Point,
Belgian Congo; his military career was a failure, so he turned to arms dealing to organize his own personal military force *RA* W****A**R
123. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player?; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; lost with a straight flush in a poker match
124. TV Movie; 80s; unable to determine; unable to determine; unable to determine; the page with with most info on her got taken down, but played by someone who played another character in a movie [*A**] *ARO**** *OR****
126. Movie; 70s; Portuguese; gunsmith; independent; delivered golden bullets to someone at a casino *A*AR
127. Movie; 60s; likely none; likely none; Recurring-D; independent?; later played by the same actor in non-Bond movies *RA********* *R*A**R*
128. TV Movie; 00s; British (England); socialite; Recurring-C; none?; wife of major character A** *******
129. Movie; 60s; Romani; tribal leader; Romani camp; spied on the Bulgars, reporting information back to his old friend *A*RA  [LOCKED; only one letter remaining; Letters found at time of locking: AORW]
130. Movie; 60s; American?; copilot; Flying Circus; seen in flight from Switzerland to Kentucky
131. Movie; 90s; Russian; Military Colonel, commanding officer of a Soviet nuclear testing facility; CIS (СНГ) Military; commanded guards as the facility was being decommissioned [*O*O***] A*A*******
132. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Smersh; attempted to distract someone in baccarat game by performing elaborate magic tricksm [**] *****R*
133. Movie; 70s; Egyptian; intelligence informant; Secret Intelligence Service; advised someone  to contact a black market trader and then a businessman [******] *O*****
134. Movie; 10s-20s; Portuguese or British?; intelligence operative turned cyber-terrorist; Secret Intelligence Service, SPECTRE; committed a series of terrorist attacks as part of a larger plan to publicly discredit and kill someone RAO** ****A
135. Movie; 60s; British (England); navy commander, intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; impersonated someone in an effort to gain access to main villain *A*** *O**
136. TV Seres (pre-Bond), TV Special (Bond); 00s (pre-Bond), 10s-20s (Bond); British; housewife turned apparent office cleaner; Recurring-D; apparently Secret Intelligence Service in this instance; spoke to bond on a screen *A* (*OA*** *A**OR) [code name LOCKED; only one letter remaining; Letters found at time of locking: AORW]
137. Movie; 90s; Russian; escort girl; other character; one of two such characters who entertained someone, the other being 41 ***A
138. Movie; 70s; Chinese; henchwoman; main villain; ordered to watch someone who was changing in plane bathroom
139. Movie; 60s; British; secret service employee; Secret Intelligence Service; began training to resist seductive women *OO**R
140. Movie; 60s; German; bodyguard, criminal operative; SPECTRE; fed main villain's pet piranhas *A**
141. Movie; 90s; unrevealed; stealth ship captain, security agent; Carver Media Group Network, Stealth Ship;  direct participant in plans to provoke a war between the United Kingdom and China [*A**A**] **O**
142. Movie; 70s; American; enforcer, acrobat; main villain; with 38, tasked with imprisoning reclusive billionaire ******R
143. Movie; 80s; Nicaraguan; henchman, enforcer; Sanchez Cartel, Contras; with others, caught main villain's mistress with another man *AR*O
145. Movie; 60s; American; enforcer; main villain;  in charge of gassing the members of the mafia with Nerve Gas
146. Movie; 90s; American; media executive; Carver Media Group Network; spoke to someone in a meeting giving an update via video uplink ***** *A****O*
147. Movie; 70s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; said in meeting that the CIA had verifed main villain's fingerprints on bullet **** *A***R
148. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; sent to keep and eye on someone and diamonds *A*W****
149. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; terrorist; SPECTRE; participated in an attempt in Mexico to blow up a stadium *A**O
150. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army; with 218 and 303, invited to a demonstration of a new satellite that supposed could provide sunlight to areas of the world which lack it in order to promote agricultural development in cold climate countries [****RA*] *A**A** *O**
151. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; got caught up in a winning streak in a casino *A*** *O**
152. Movie; 80s; Soviet; military general, intelligence operative; Soviet Union; faked his defection as part of an illicit arms and drug deal [****RA*] **OR** *O**O*
153. Movie; 60s; Mexican; intelligence operative; Mexican Government?; congratulated someone on destroying heroin lab ***RRA
154. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Central Intelligence Agency; shadowed Bond starting at Kingston Airport ***** *****R
155. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; circus leader, smuggler, henchwoman; Octopus Cult; cheated against a major in backgammon *A**A
156. Movie; 70s; American; navy captain; US Navy; ordered the destruction of main villain's submarine platform [*O**A***R] *AR**R
157. Movie; 80s; American; geologist; Zorin Industries; previously employed as chief engineer in a South African gold mine, where a cave-in killed twenty miners *O* *O****
158. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-B; SPECTRE (unclear if still active at this point); targeted someone in a cemetery *R*** **A*RO **O****
159. Movie; 70s; American; customs officer; US Government; at Los Angeles International Airport, wanted to check the supposed body of someone's dead brother **RR*
160. Movie; 00s; Russian; arms dealer; other character; listed as deceased in file *A**A *OR
161. Movie; 00s; Albanian; financier, criminal operative; Recurring-C (Recurring-A if you count a later image in cardboard cut-out); Quantum, SPECTRE (latter indirectly); banker who finances the world's terrorist organizations [**] *****R*
163. Movie; 00s; Austrian?; criminal operative, assassin; Recurring-A; Quantum, SPECTRE; recurring adversaryn prior to thallium poisoning [*R.] W****
164. Movie; 80s; German; mercenary, assassin; main villain; ordered top cut someone off as they were leaving biathlon course **A**
166. TV Special; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; accompanied someone on helicopter ride *A*** *O**
167. Movie; 00s; Italian; opera singer/actress or singer, depending on how you look at it; Recurring-D; none?; seen on stage in opera performance **OR*A *O**A
168. Movie; 10s-20s; British; Member of Parliament, Home Secretary, minister of the court, president of the court; British Government; consistently negative about someone's actions during recent security crisis **A*R *O*AR
169. Movie; 10s-20s; British; undercover agent; Secret Intelligence Service; one of five undercover agents whose cover was blown by someone after he uploaded images of them on a YouTube video *A* ******
170. Movie (deleted scene); 70s; unrevealed; harpist; The Whyte House; played harp  from a floating island in a nearby swimming pool *AR*A
171. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; targeted by someone sitting on a bed with him *A*** *O**
172. Movie; 00s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; provided intel on someone recently deceased **** *A***R
173. Movie; 90s; Russian; KGB officer turned mafia boss, businessman; Recurring-A; KGB turned independent; years earlier was shot in the leg by someone who also stole his car and "his girl" *A****** ***O****
174. Movie; 60s; Soviet; Director of Military Intelligence; Soviet Embassy of Istanbul; seen in a conference at the embassy [****RA*] *A*****
175. Movie; 10s-20s; British; assistant; Secret Intelligence Service; assisted in an attempt to retrieve a hard drive *A****A
176. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; mercenary, professional assassin, enforcer; KGB; usually seen with personal stereo and strangulation is his preferred killing method ***RO*
177. Movie; 80s; American; entrepreneur, marine researcher, narcotics smuggler; Sanchez Cartel, Ocean Exotica, Wavekrest Marine Research;  used his company, Wavekrest Marine Research, to move cocaine for drug cartel ****O* *R***
178. Movie; 00s; Bolivian/Russian; intelligence operative; Bolivian Secret Service, independent; seeking revenge for the murder of her family by exiled dictator *A***** *O**** R***RO
179. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; scientist; Stromberg Shipping (contracted); one of two scientists (the other 353) suspected by main villain of trying to sell the scaled-down photographic reproductions of submarine tracking system schematics to competing world powers [*RO****OR] *AR*O****
180. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); socialite; Recurring-C; none?; part of scheme to ply two Germans with drink and food in an attempt to learn how German U-boats made it through the British minefields near Norway A** *******
182. Movie; 60s; Australian; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland A***RA**A* A**** O* **A**
183. Movie; 10s-20s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; assigned to guard a safe drive containing information on undercover agents embedded into terrorist groups RO**O*
184. Movie; 80s; Indian; bodyguard, enforcer; main villain; destroyed rigged dice someone used in a game of backgammon at a hotel casino *O****A
185. Movie; 60s; American; gangster; American Mafia; with 280 and someone in part 2, was promised one million dollars in stolen gold bullion but was doublecrossed
186. TV Episode; 50s-60s; Soviet; intelligence operative; SMERSH?; believed someone was trying to poison her with cyanide pills and tried to do the same back *O**A ***O*A
187. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; tried to flee with fake Fabergé Egg he stole from circus *O****-O* ****
188. Movie; 90s; French; helicopter pilot; Eurocopter Tiger; did test flight of new helicopter prototype [*******A**] *RA**O** *RO***
189. Movie; 70s; American; stand-up comic; main villain; acted as part of diamond smuggling pipeline **A** ****
190. TV Episode; 50s-60s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; encountered Russian spy while on holiday *A*** *O**
191. Movie; 60s; British; quartermaster; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; replaced someone's Beretta 418 .25 pistol with a Walther PPK handgun [*A*OR] *OO**RO**
192. Movie; 00s; British; international liaison officer; Recurring-C (Recurring-A if you count archive footage); HM Treasury, Quantum, SPECTRE (latter indirectly); forced to act as double agent due to lover being taken hostage *****R ****
193. TV Movie; 80s; British?; unable to determine; unable to determine; the page with with most info on her got taken down, but actress playing her has a middle name that is usually masculine when a first name ***A **. *A*R***
194. Movie; 80s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; with someone in part two, rescued someone from the Moroccan police in Tangiers
195. Movie; 90s; German; enforcer, torturer, head of security; Carver Media Group Network; shot at survivors of torpedoed ship R***AR* **A***R
196. Movie; 80s; Soviet; assassin, circus performer; various characters; pinned someone to a cabin door with knives *R*****A
197. Movie; 60s; French; assassin, secret society member; SPECTRE; faked death and posed as own widow *A***** *O**AR
198. Movie; 60s; French; intelligence operative; Smersh; posed as a widow to try to discredit someone [A****] ****
199. Movie; 80s; British; spy ship crew member; Secret Intelligence Service; responsible for using the ATAC system when a mine hit the ship ***R**OR
200. Movie; 90s; British; navy lieutenant commander; Royal Navy; second-in-command of the British Type 23 frigate, HMS Devonshire [*******A** *O**A***R] ****R ****
201. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Central Intelligence Agency; pointed out main villain emerging from hotel for daily card game ***** *****R
202. Movie; 60s; French; police inspector; French Special Police; met up with someone in a French pissoir [*******OR] *A****
203. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; criminal operative; SPECTRE; pursued by someone during the Day of the Dead parade at the Zocalo in Mexico City *AR*O ***ARRA
204. Movie; 70s; Thai; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; discussed the solex agitator with someone [*******A**] ***
205. Movie; 90s; British; media mogul; own company; attempted to provoke a war between the United Kingdom and China in order to destroy the Chinese government and use the new government to obtain exclusive broadcasting rights in China ***O* *A***R
206. Movie; 80s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed; offered somone sausage and beer ***A***
207. Movie; 60s; British/Dutch/Indonesian; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; uncovered a plan to sell compromising photographs of military leaders from the USA, USSR, China and Great Britain at an "art auction *A*A *O**
208. Movie; 80s; unable to determine; nuclear physicist, henchman; SPECTRE; was neverous when speaking to one villain, thyough another villain acted more fatherly towards him *O****
209. Movie; 70s; Thai; unrevealed; other character; seen skinny dipping in a pool ***W ***
210. Movie; 00s; British (England); intelligence operative, publicist; Secret Intelligence Service, Graves Corporation; Harvard-educated, gold medal-winning Olympic fencer **RA**A *RO**
211. Movie; 90s; Russian/Bosnian; anarchist terrorist; KGB turned independemt; conspired with billionaire heiress to monopolize the world's oil market for profit R**AR* (****OR *O*A*)
212. Movie; 10s-20s; Mexican; field operative; Mexican Secret Service; accompanied someone at the Day of the Dead celebrations in Mexico City ***R***A
213. Movie; 70s; Swedish; unrevealed; main villain; mistress of professional assassin A**R*A A***R*
214. Movie; 60s; Cayman Islander; fisherman; various characters; helped collect rock samples from the island of Crab Key **ARR**
215. Movie; 80s; American; Director of Oil and Mines; San Francisco City Hall; unwittingly aided psychotic industrialist in his plot to destroy Silicon Valley W.*. *OW*
216. Movie; 80s; British; assistant secretary; Secret Intelligence Service; was given a bouquet of carnations *****O** **A***O**
217. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; unrevealed; unrevealed; wanted someone to "make love" to her ***** *AR**A**
218. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army; with 150 and 303, invited to a demonstration of a new satellite that supposed could provide sunlight to areas of the world which lack it in order to promote agricultural development in cold climate countries [****RA*] *A*
219. Movie; 80s; Cuban; freelance hitman; main villain; hired to kill a family ****OR *O**A***
220. TV Episode; 80s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-C; SPECTRE?; interviewed on talk show *R*** **A*RO **O****
221. TV Miniseries; 10s-20s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division; initially a mischievous playboy who is chasing women, collecting books and living off his family's fortune *A* *******
222. Movie; 60s; Jamaican?; army general; Jamaican government; aided somone in investigation of main villain [****R*********] ****
223. Movie; 80s; Isthmian; national president; Isthmus, Sanchez Cartel;  he and others were bribed and intimidated into becoming thralls of drug baron and his cartel ****OR *O***
224. Movie; 90s; Swiss; banker; La Banque Suisse de L'Industrie; involved in a number of deals with terrorists and other international criminals *A**A***
225. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; participated in casino poker match *A***O****
226. Movie; 10s-20s; British; scientist; Secret Intelligence Service; with others, worked for over a decade on the creation of the nanonweapon Heracles [*R.] *****
227. Movie; 60s; British; quartermaster, branch head; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; gave someone a case containing a throwing-knife, anti-tampering mechanism with a magnetised tear-gas cartridge (disguised as a tin of talcum powder), and fifty gold sovereigns [*A*OR] *OO**RO**
228. Movie; 90s; Canadian; navy admiral, representative; Canadian Armed Forces, Royal Canadian Navy; lured back to woman's yacht, the Manticore, for a night of fun [A***RA*] ***** *ARR**
229. Movie; 70s; British (England)?; former intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; unlike other versions, this version is a villain *A*** *O**
230. Movie; 60s; Scandinavian; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland
231. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence agency Head; American Secret Service, Central Intelligence Agency, FBI, possibly others; has a habit of introducing himself with a stream of "alphabet soup", including all the organisations and branches he is involved with RA**O**
232. Movie; 80s; Japanese; narcotics agent posing as drug lord; Hong Kong Narcotics Agency; tasked with infiltrating drug lord's operations in Isthmus *O**
233. Movie; 80s; Indian; station head; Secret Intelligence Service; escorrted someone to hotel, pointing out a palace along the way *A*R*****
234. Movie; 60s; British (England) but posing as Austrian; henchwoman posing as countess; other character; mistress of smuggler; sent to extract information from someone **** *O* ****A*
235. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchwoman; main villain; escorted two characters to their rooms [*****R] ****
236. TV Episode; 80s; British; agency head; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; upset by amounts on someone's bills
238. TV Episode; 90s; British; agency head; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; listened to a threat to blow up the White House or the Kingdome, or at least a tent near the latter
239. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; ordered killed by the ruler of San Monique *AW**
240. Movie; 80s; Chinese; drug dealer; own cartel?; with others, offered exclusive franchises in main villain's cocaine product, priced at one million US dollars per territory [*R.] *A*
241. Movie; 70s; American; professional gambler?; independent?; lost all his money in a vain attempt to win the affections of opportunist/hustler *A***
242. Movie; 70s; Thai; businessman, industrialist; independent; hired assassin to kill scientist and recover an item *A* *A*
243. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; participated  in raid on Fort Knox *O****
244. Movie; 80s; French; personal pilot; Drax Industries, Drax Airlines; provided someone with an aerial tour of someone else's property *OR**** ***O*R
245. Movie; 70s; British; diamond syndicate chairman; British Government; raised concerns with the Prime Minister regarding the increase in smuggling from South Afican mines, urging the British Secret Service to become involved [**R] *O*A** *****R
246. Movie; 80s; American; stockbroker turned accountant; Sanchez Cartel; questioned the financial aspects of someone's decisions *R****-*O***
247. Movie; 60s; British; taxi driver, intelligence operative; Foreign Office, Security Service; assisted someone in her infiltration of International Mother's Help in Berlin *AR**O* *O**R*
248. Movie; 70s; San Monique; reptile handler, tribal chief; Voodoo Cult; eliminated someone's enemies via sacrifices *A**A*A
249. Movie; 90s; British; navy chief petty officer; Royal Navy; crew member of the British Type 23 frigate, HMS Devonshire [***** ***** O*****R] *. ****
250. Movie; 70s; American; diamond smuggler; SPECTRE; claimed she was named after her (accidental) birthplace, where her parents were going through a choice of wedding bands ****A** *A**
251. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); socialite; none?; mother of major character [*A**] ****** *******
252. Movie; 60s; French; bodyguard, assassin, secret society member; SPECTRE; waited for someone outside the chapel where the latter's fake funeral is taking place *R**O*
253. Movie; 60s; British; air force group captain; Royal Air Force; responsible for overseeing a NATO training flight which was subsequently hijacked by SPECTRE *AW*O*
254. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; stand-up comic?; unrevealed; did a monologue on a beach ***** ******R**
255. Movie; 70s; British; ballistics expert; Secret Intelligence Service; helped analyse the remains of the bullet that killed someone *O***OR**
256. Movie; 60s; German; personal assistant, criminal operative; SPECTRE; trapped someone on plane with a smoke bomb and a wooden restraint ****A *RA***
258. Movie; 00s; Canadian; intelligence operative; Canadian Security Intelligence Service; someone saved her from being compromised *ORR*** ****A*
259. Movie; 00s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed; mistook someone for a valet, and gave him his car keys in order to park his Range Rover
260. Movie; 80s; Soviet; assassin, circus knife-thrower; various characters; attacked someone with welding torch ******A
261. Movie; 80s; Greek; henchman, smuggler; other character; aids someone in fight to stop Soviet agents in Greece *ARA**OR**
262. TV Episode; 50s-60s; French; intelligence operative; Soviet Union; henchman for main villain *A***
263. Movie; 60s; Turkish; fisherman turned station head; Secret Intelligence Service; years ago infiltrated a traveling circus, working as a strongman and wrestler, and spied on the Russians, pretending he didn't know the language A** **R** ***
264. Movie; 80s; Greek; guerilla soldier turned smuggler; Greek Resistance turned independent; red herring character in terms of main villain ***O* *O****O
265. Movie; 00s; Greek; government contractor; Quantum; beaten in a game of poker three kings to three aces A*** *******O*
266. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchman; SPECTRE; imposter used in training exercise *A** *A*** *O**
267. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; cultist, bodyguard; Octopus Cult; tasked with taking someone to their room *W***O****
268. Movie; 80s; Greek; henchman, driver, assassin; main villain; participated in the finding of St. Georges (a ship) A*O****
269. Movie; 80s; American; drug enforcement operative; Drug Enforcement Administration; informed by someone over the phone that his boss had been maimed *A*****
270. Movie; 70s; American;  would-be assistant to wealthy men; independent?; upon stating her first name was told "You certainly are" ****** O'*OO**
271. Movie; 60s; German; criminal, enforcer; Recurring-C; Red Lightning Tong turned SPECTRE; first seen at the Shrublands health spa [*O***] *****
272. Movie; 70s; British; nuclear submarine staff officer/captain; Royal Navy; British nuclear submarine staff officer who is the first to learn about the mysterious disappearance of the HMS Ranger [*A**A**] ****O*
273. Movie; 70s; Thai; ninja; Martial Arts School; student in the training school of wealthy industrialist ****A
274. Movie; 60s; East German; spy trainer, assistant; Smersh; when he gets overexcited, this heart causes him trouble and to go too fast *O*O
276. Movie; 70s; British; solar energy scientist; Secret Intelligence Service;  employed by Thai multi-millionaire industrialist to develop a solution to the world's ongoing energy crisis ****O*
277. Movie; 00s; Cuban; gene therapist, clinic director; La Clinica Alvarez; corrupt director of the DNA replacement therapy clinic, La Clinica Alvarez, on the Isla de Los Organos, Cuba, who helped North Korean military officer and smuggler change identity [*R.] A**AR**
278. Movie; 10s-20s; French; criminal board member; SPECTRE; one of the SPECTRE board members who secretly met at the Palazzo Cadenza in Rome following the death of an operative *OR*A*
279. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; equestrian, enforcer; main villain; in San Francisco City Hall, after a murder, appeared in the doorway with petrol canisters and begins to douse the carpeting so the building can be set aflame
280. Movie; 60s; American; gangster; American Mafia; with 185 and someone in part 2, was promised one million dollars in stolen gold bullion but was doublecrossed *A** **RA*
281. Movie; 60s; French; liaison; Secret Intelligence Service; attended a funeral [****.] *A *OR**
282. Movie; 60s; American; actor, dancer; independent?; shot by backwards firing gun **OR** RA**
283. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; helped someone find a hijacked plane that was carrying two atomic bombs, which they eventually find along with the corpse of the phony NATO observer ***** *****R
285. Movie; 60s; Chinese–Jamaican; freelance photographer, spy; Daily Gleaner; employed by main villain to spy on someone A**A*** *****
286. Movie; 80s; Soviet; intelligence operative; KGB; taped an incriminating conversation between main villain and his oil company chief *O*A **A*O*A
287. Movie; 00s; British; section chief/double agent; Secret Intelligence Service; corrupt MI6 section chief in Prague, Czech Republic *R****
288. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; bodyguard, enforcer; main villain;  present in the Bahamas on-board Le Chiffre's luxury yacht, as the main villain plays poker *RA**
289. Movie; 80s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed; thoguht someone was crazy for turning down sausage and beer
290. Movie; 60s; American?; masseuse; Fontainebleau Miami Beach Hotel; was slapped on the behind as she left the man she was massaging so he could have a private conversation with someone else
291. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; bodyguard, enforcer; Quantum; helped main villain  reclaim $101,206,000 due to a failed plot to sabotage an aerospace company **O
292. Movie; 00s; Swiss; banker; James Bond Wiki suggests a casino he does business with but more likely his bank; responsible for all monetary transactions during and after tournaments at a casino
293. Movie; 80s; American; fisherman; own charter business; attended a wedding **AR***
294. Movie; 80s; British; secret society member; Recurring-C; SPECTRE; reported that the criminal organisation earned £250,000 as a consultation fee for the Great Train Robbery of 1963 ******R ****
295. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; trying to sneak into a place, was detected due to a flock of birds near him catching the guards' attention **A** *A******
296. Movie; 00s; French; intelligence operative; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; was falsely believed by Bond to have doublecrossed him R*** *A****
297. Movie; 60s; Swiss; solicitor; main villain; acted as a middle-man between the College of Arms and the main villain ****O**
298. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; hotel manager; unnamed hotel; very helpful man and gave the best of his guests *A****
299. Movie; 70s; American; ranger; Ranger Station 1; owned the fastest boat in the bayou and worked for the State Wildlife Department Ranger Station 1 *****-*O*
300. Movie; 70s; American; mortician, diamond smuggler; own company;  part of the diamond smuggling pipeline from South Africa via Europe *OR*O* ******R
301. Movie; 10s-20s; American; secret society member; SPECTRE; at a meeting, listened to reports of the attacks on Hamburg and Indonesia *AR**A**
302. Movie; 60s; Japanese; sumo wrestler; presumed Dewanoumi; gave someone tickets to a match *A*A*O*A*A *****A***
303. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army; with 150 and 218, invited to a demonstration of a new satellite that supposed could provide sunlight to areas of the world which lack it in order to promote agricultural development in cold climate [****RA*] **
304. Movie; 10s-20s; unrevealed; secret society member; SPECTRE; present at the SPECTRE meeting at the Palazzo Cadenza in Rome *A**R***
305. Movie; 90s; Japanese;  terrorist, chemical weapons expert; ADFL (Congolese Rebels in Zaire); wanted for the Tokyo subway sarin gas attack *A*O*** **A**RA
306. Movie; 80s; Korean?; bodyguard, enforcer?; Recurring-C; unable to determine; leapt off the Eiffel Tower with a parachute O***O*
307. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; security agent; SPECTRE; seen during the SPECTRE meeting in Rome *OR***O
308. Movie; 10s-20s; British-French; none; none; daughter of major supporting character *A****** *WA**
309. Movie; 60s;American; entrepreneur; independent/own company; reclusive American billionaire industrialist whose vast business empire and identity are subsequently stolen by main villain W***AR* W****
310. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchman; other character; attacked someone he later became an ally of in hotel home in Monte Carlo
311. TV Movie; 80s; German?; military general; National Socialist German Workers’ Party; main villain [***.] **R*AR* *********
312. Movie; 80s; French; enforcer, head of security, pilot; Zorin Industries; head of security for the illicit business dealings of billionaire industrialist **AR****
313. TV Movie; 80s; unable to determine; unable to determine; unable to determine; info sparse and I never watched this *A****
314. Movie; 80s; French; intelligence agent; French Secret Service; Secret Service contact in the South of France A**** **R** *W****-*** (***O**)
315. Movie; 60s; no citizenship; place of birth unrevealed; pet; Recurring-A or B (hard to tell because the movies tend to use multiple cats); main villain; in one instance another cat was mistaken for this one **O****'* W**** *A*
316. Movie; 80s; Soviet; unrevealed; KGB; was partly stripped by someone to distract guards R**A*****
317. Movie; 90s; British; lab assistant turned quartermaster; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; trained to replace another character
318. Movie; 10s-20s; Russian; terrorist leader, scientist, anarchist; independent; motivated to take down the criminal organisation SPECTRE for the deaths of his family at the hands of assassin ********R *A***
319. Movie; 60s; British; poultry farmer, sleeper agent (unknowingly); main villain (unknowingly); poultry allergy sufferer from Morecambe Bay, Lancashire R*** *AR*****
320. Movie; 60s; British?; retired intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Smersh, Secret Intelligence Service; former secret agent who has since become a multi-millionaire with a penchant for wearing ridiculously extravagant outfits at her office *****R ****
321. Movie; 90s; Russian; computer technician, cyber-terrorist; Janus Syndicate; believed himself to be invincible *OR** **A*O**** *R******O
322. Movie; 60s; American; scientist; W.W. Tectronics, G Section; had been working for the company in "G section" for three years and was part of a team constructing an orbital laser weapon **A** **R**R*******
323. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; took part in a poker match at a casino in Montenegro [*A*A*] W* [partially LOCKED; only one letter remaining in second word (first is saluation; letters found at time of locking: RW]
324. Movie; 60s; Chinese; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; argued with someone about the taste of the Chinese being different than all other women
325. Movie; 90s; Russian; lounge singer; unidentified St. Petersburg nightclub; worked as a singer at club in St. Petersburg, but appeared to be completely tone deaf *R**A
326. Movie; 00s; Swiss; enforcer, criminal operative; Quantum, Greene Planet; tasked with assisting mission to secure a resource-rich patch of land in Latin America by funding the overthrow of the Bolivian president in favor for exiled Bolivian General
327. Movie; 80s; American; diver, killer; Wavekrest Marine Research, Sanchez Cartel; murdered a friend of Bond's
328. Movie; 90s; unrevealed; television news presenter; Carver Media Group Network; present during a party at Hamburg media center, celebrating the launch of a new CMGN satellite *A*ARA *****
329. Movie; 80s; British; quartermaster; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; felt that things had been dull in the absense of another character
330. Movie; 70s; Italian; secretary; other character(s); secretary to Egyptian black market trader ******A
331. Movie; 00s; British; agency head; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; sent someone to execute a duplicitous station chief in Prague, Czech Republic and his informant O****A *A*******
332. Movie; 00s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; tripped and fell into the crowd while chasing someone *AR**R
333. Movie; 00s; French; environmentalist, criminal, company founder/head; Recurring-A; Quantum, Greene Planet, SPECTRE (indirectly); spearheading the Tierra Project in Bolivia *O***** *R****
334. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; driver; Secret Intelligence Service; drove someone to the circus in East Germany *AR*
335. Movie; 80s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; picked someone up after he arrived in New York **AR***
336. Movie; 00s; Algerian (but born in Egypt); intelligence operative, terrorist, honeytrap; Quantum, SPECTRE (indirectly); seduced high-ranking women with valuable connections ***** ****RA
337. Movie; 10s-20s; British; assistant; Secret Intelligence Service; briefly met with Bond and another character A***O* *****
338. Movie; 80s; American; drug enforcement agent; Drug Enforcement Administration;  accepted a $2 million bribe to free drug baron from U.S. custody ** *******R
339. Movie; 10s-20s; Austrian; terrorist mastermind; Recurring-A; SPECTRE, Independent; murdered father in a staged avalanche in Kitzbühel due to father's close relationship with  foster brother *R*** **A*RO **O**** (*RA** O***R*A***R)
340. Movie; 10s-20s; British; scientist; Secret Intelligence Service; responsible for the development of nanoweapon [*R.] *AR**
341. Commercial; 90s; Polish?; unrevealed; Recurring-C; unrevealed if any; seen riding a highway or tour bus *AW*
342. Movie; 00s; Italian; card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; took part in casino poker match *O*****
343. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)?; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; put can in trash bag and then dropped the bag *A*** *O**
344. Movie; 60s; East German; spy trainer; Smersh, International Mothers' Help; ran school for spies, based in East Berlin, that is a Smersh cover operation [*RA*] *O****R
345. Movie; 90s; Russian; army major general; Armed Forces of the Russian Federation; was Russia's liaison to the joint MI6 / Admirality team in the British Situation Room [*A*OR ****RA*] ****AR**
346. Movie; 70s; American; unrevealed; unrevealed; accompanied husband on holiday in Thailand *A****** *****R
347. Movie; 10s-20s; British; intelligence operative turned secretary; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; inadvertently shot ally non-fatally *** *O*********
348. Movie; 80s; Soviet; military lieutenant-general; USSR; believed that the Warsaw Pact had a decisive advantage over NATO in conventional military strength that was being tossed away by its leaders in détente [*******A**-****RA*] OR*O*
349. Movie; 70s; French; henchwoman; main villain; someone choked her with her bikini top to extract info on main villain's whereabouts *AR**
350. Movie; 00s; Ugandan; resistance army commander; Lord's Resistance Army, Quantum; angered that main villain lost his money ****** O*A**O
351. Movie; 10s-20s; Cuban; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; despite claiming to have had only three weeks of training, proved to be highly effective in combat ***O*A
352. Movie; 60s; Turkish; station agent; Secret Intelligence Service; someone asked to help to get across the frontier between Yugoslavia and Trieste
353. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; scientist; Stromberg Shipping; one of two scientists (the other 353) suspected by main villain of trying to sell the scaled-down photographic reproductions of submarine tracking system schematics to competing world powers [*R.] *****A**
354. Movie; 60s; Mexican; assassin, enforcer; other character; involved in plot of selling heroin through the front of selling bananas *A****O
355. TV Episode; 00s; British?; unwilling criminal agent; Recurring-C; other character (unwillingly); had to work for villain because her brother was being held hostage ***** *A*OR*
357. Movie; 80s; Greek; guerilla soldier turned heroin smuggler, intelligence operative; USSR, Great Britain, Greek Resistance (formerly), KGB; hired by KGB to obtain the ATAC device AR** *R***A*O*
358. Movie; 60s; Soviet; cipher clerk, army corporal; Soviet Armed Forces, SPECTRE (Unknowingly); originally was a ballerina, but had to abandon her goal of dancing for the Bolshoi Ballet when she grew one inch taller than the maximum height permitted for girls *A**A*A R**A*O*A
359. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; claimed to be on her second assignment RO*** *AR**R
360. Movie; 60s; Soviet; embassy Chief of Security; Soviet Embassy of Istanbul; seen in conference that was spied upon *O**O****
361. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative, laboratory assistant; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; helped test an arm cast, which flipped out and crushed the head of an adjacent dummy ******R*
362. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; possible professional gambler; independent?; watched a card game that she did not participate in *R**
363. TV Movie; 10s-20s; British (England); model; likely modeling agency; nickname was the sound a farm animal makes **R*** "*OO" WR****
364. Movie; 70s; Soviet; intelligence operative; KGB; tried to assassinate someone on a downhill ski chase in Austria **R*** *AR*O*
365. Movie; 00s; American; military general; American army; leader of the American army in the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea [****RA*] **A****R
366. Movie; 60s; British; navy chief petty officer turned butler; Royal Navy; greeted someone at the front door and took him to his former Admiral, whom he was now the butler for [***** ***** O*****R] ****O**
367. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; criminal associate; Quantum; tried to poison someone during casino match *A****A
368. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; criminal operative, professional assassin;  SPECTRE; broke out of Dartmoor Prison and two years later was recruited by the international criminal organisation SPECTRE and from then on trained as an agent and assassin R** *RA**
369. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; criminal operative?; unrevealed; while sitting on bed with someone, pulled out gun and threatened to kill him **A** **A*O*
370. Movie; 00s; British; field agent; Secret Intelligence Service; with another agent, tazed someone and dragged him away W****A**
371. Movie; 00s; American; section chief; Central Intelligence Agency; negotiated a deal with someone to ignore his orchestrated coup in Bolivia in exchange for oil *R**OR* ***WOO* "*R***" **A*
372. Movie; 00s; Bolivian; army general; Bolivia; military dictator of his home country, Bolivia, but was later overthrown and exiled [****RA*] *A*RA*O

 


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Re: Gotta Catch 'em All Challenge 62 Collage 50 James Bond Live 1 of 2

LOCKED CHARACTERS:
92
128
Some one-letter characters

PARTIALLY LOCKED CHARACTERS:
108
136
323
Some characters with one-letter code names

Other clues:
Two different characters played by the same actress decades appear consecutively.
There are six instances of a fictional/fictionalized character playing a fictional character, of which four are covered in the next point.
There are five characters from the Bond Girls skit mentioned in the first post, of which four are covered by rule 13.
There is one instance of the same character played by two actors in the same movie where both versions are in part 1. One has been identified, one has not.
Two consecutive characters phoenetically (and with only one letter difference) give you the name of a major character from Agents of SHIELD

Tally (as before hiding some of the more obscure ones unless previously identified; with so many characters errors could arise)

Casino Royale 2006    29
Diamonds Are Forever    19
For Your Eyes Only    17
Octopussy    16
Licence to Kill    15
Tomorrow Never Dies    15
Casino Royale 1967    14
From Russia with Love    14
Quantum of Solace    14
On Her Majesty's Secret Service    13
Man with The Golden Gun    12
Thunderball    12
Goldfinger    11
Live and Let Die    11
Spy Who Loved Me    11
SNL    10
World Is Not Enough    10
Die Another Day    9
Dr. No    9
Spectre    9
The Living Daylights    9
GoldenEye    8
Skyfall    8
View to a Kill     8
No Time to Die    7
[Ian Fleming biopic]    6
You Only Live Twice    6
Never Say Never Again    5
Climax Theater: Casino Royale    3
Moonraker    3
[Ian Fleming miniseries]    2
[Ian Fleming biopic]    2
[Ian Fleming biopic]     2
[sketch show]    2
[sketch show]    1
[fundraiser show]     1
[martial arts movie]    1
James Bond and the Queen    1
[talk show]    1
[movie about master thief]    1
[soft drink commercial]    1
[talk show]    1
[short film within sketch show of sorts]    1

 


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Re: Gotta Catch 'em All Challenge 62 Collage 50 James Bond Live 1 of 2

LOCKED CHARACTERS:
92
128
Some one-letter characters

PARTIALLY LOCKED CHARACTERS:
108
136
323
Some characters with one-letter code names

Other clues:
Two different characters played by the same actress decades appear consecutively.
There are six instances of a fictional/fictionalized character playing a fictional character, of which four are covered in the next point.
There are five characters from the Bond Girls skit mentioned in the first post, of which four are covered by rule 13.
There is one instance of the same character played by two actors in the same movie where both versions are in part 1. One has been identified, one has not.
Two consecutive characters phoenetically (and with only one letter difference) give you the name of a major character from Agents of SHIELD

Tally (as before hiding some of the more obscure ones unless previously identified; with so many characters errors could arise)

Casino Royale 2006    29
Diamonds Are Forever    19
For Your Eyes Only    17
Octopussy    16
Licence to Kill    15
Tomorrow Never Dies    15
Casino Royale 1967    14
From Russia with Love    14
Quantum of Solace    14
On Her Majesty's Secret Service    13
Man with The Golden Gun    12
Thunderball    12
Goldfinger    11
Live and Let Die    11
Spy Who Loved Me    11
SNL    10
World Is Not Enough    10
Die Another Day    9
Dr. No    9
Spectre    9
The Living Daylights    9
GoldenEye    8
Skyfall    8
View to a Kill     8
No Time to Die    7
[Ian Fleming biopic]    6
You Only Live Twice    6
Never Say Never Again    5
Climax Theater: Casino Royale    3
Moonraker    3
[Ian Fleming miniseries]    2
[Ian Fleming biopic]    2
[Ian Fleming biopic]     2
[sketch show]    2
[sketch show]    1
[fundraiser show]     1
[martial arts movie]    1
James Bond and the Queen    1
[talk show]    1
[movie about master thief]    1
[soft drink commercial]    1
[talk show]    1
[short film within sketch show of sorts]    1


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Re: Gotta Catch 'em All Challenge 62 Collage 50 James Bond Live 1 of 2

For the James Bond Hangman round, numbers spelled out where applicable because there are fewer than in the superhero rounds (but do use the actual numbers in answers where appropriate). If a one word name (M, Q, or R) has a known or implied real name, that will be used instead; otherwise such characters will be locked but not noted as such.

The Random Number Generator picks J.

Letters found so far: AJORW

See first post for explamation of Recurring categories.

1. Movie; 00s; Russian; politician, secret society member; Quantum, Russian Government; one of several peoples attending a meeting during an opera performance ****OR *ARA*O*
2. Movie; 80s; Afghan; Deputy Commander of the Eastern District; Mujaheddin, Snow Leopard Brotherhood; freed by Bond from a prison during Bond's own escape attempt *A*RA* **A*
3. Movie; 70s; British (England); diamond smuggler, transport consultant; major villain (unknowingly); impersonated by Bond  ****R *RA***
4. Movie; 70s; American; astronaut; W Technologies; astronaut testing or training on Whyte-manufactured moon landing equipment *ARR*
5. Movie; 70s; San Monique; crime kingpin, politician; Voodoo Cult; using poppies, hoped to flood the U.S. market with two tonnes of heroin distributed through his legitimate restaurants free of charge, thus forcing other drug dealers out of business. *R. *** [(*R.) *A*A**A
6. Movie; 80s; Soviet; KGB General; KGB; Bond was set to kill him but was distristful about the reasons [****RA*] **O*** *******
8. Movie; 70s; American; flying school student; Bleeker Flying School; was in a plane that was targeted by henchmen [*R*.] ****
9. TV Episode; 50s-60s; British; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; British Intelligence; gave someone 32 million francs to allow him to keep playing in a casino **AR**** *****R
10. Movie; 90s; Russian; atomic scientist; Russian Atomic Energy Department; gave someone  a plane necessary to steal a nuclear weapon set to be dismantled in Kazakhstan [*R.] ****A** AR*O*
12. Movie; 80s; British; butler, security operative; Secret Intelligence Service; discovered assassins dumping a cook's body into a chest freezer *R*** *O*R
13. Movie; 80s; East German; intelligence operative, biathlete; KGB; young woman was interested in him but he only scowled at her *R*** *R*****R
14. Movie; 90s; French; helicopter pilot; Eurocopter Tiger; captain of new helicopter prototype [*A**.] **R*AR* JA***R*
15. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; had blood thrown at him *A****
16. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; professional assassin, criminal operative; Recurring-C; SPECTRE; deployed in order to protect the secrecy of SPECTRE's plot
17. Movie; 00s; Japanese; chemical engineer; other character; seen only in a photo, along with 160 and someone in part 2 ***** *AWA*OWA
18. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; diamond trader; other character; contracted to supply rogue colonel with African conflict diamonds in exchange for weaponry *A* ***R*
19. Movie; 90s; Russian; programmer;  none; unknowingly friends with a villain, whom she saw as an annoying little brother *A*A**A **O*ORO**A ***O*O*A
20. Movie; 60s; Chinese; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland ******* A**** O* **A**
21. Movie; 60s; British?; adjutant; other character; newspaper hints that this character was intended to have a larger role in the film; instead was just present in a meeting between Bond and another character *****A*
22. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; tasked with arresting rogue agent dead or alive *A**O*
23. Movie; 60s; Japanese; intelligence operative; Japanese Secret Service; helped someone with ninja training and pretending to be Japanese A**
24. Movie; 80s; British (England); high ranking politician; Recurring-D; British Government, Conservative Party; based on real person *AR*AR** **A****R
25. Movie; 70s; American; technology firm administrator; W.W. Tectronics; under his watch his company constructed an orbital laser weapon *O*
26. Movie; 80s; Italian; intelligence operative; British Secret Service; informed Bond about activities of a killer Bond was chasing ***** **RRARA
27. Movie; 60s; Irish; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland *R*** A**** O* **A**
28. Movie; 70s; South African; houseboy; missionary school; read to school children JO***A
29. Movie; 70s; Soviet; KGB General; KGB, Ministry of Foreign Affairs; recurring ally of MI6 despite being on opposite sides during the Cold war [****RA*] A*A*O* *O*O*
30. Movie; 80s; Russian; curator; USSR; realized a piece of jewelry was a fake *OR**O*
31. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; businessman in novelization; other character; was involved with main villain's mistress A**AR**
32. Movie; 10s-20s; British; criminal operative; SPECTRE; attended a "birthday" festivity in Cuba [**R] ***A***A* *'A**
34. Movie; 60s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-A if you count repeating footage, otherwise Recurring-B; Royal Navy, Secret Intelligence Service; targeted by unseen assailant whom he shot JA*** *O**
35. Movie; 90s; British; navy captain; Royal Navy; his ship was remotely meaconed off-course into Chinese-held waters by techno-terrorist [*O**A***R] R***AR* *A*
36. Movie; 80s; American; state geologist; State of California; her father passed before he could train her how to effectively maintiain control over the family oil company **A*** ****O*
37. Movie; 60s; Russian; cipher clerk; Soviet Armed Forces; with 105, colleage of major supporting character (in the movie, not series as a whole) *A*A**A
38. Movie; 70s; American; enforcer, acrobat; major villain; with 142, tasked with imprisoning reclusive billionaire *A***
40. Movie; 70s; American; state trooper; Louisiana State Police; helped sheriff try to to catch people on the river
41. Movie; 90s; Russian; escort girl; other character; one of two such characters who entertained someone, the other being 137 **R****A
42. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)?; intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; unlike other versions of this character, could not hold his liquor *****W***** JA*** *O**
43. Movie; 90s; American; media executive; Carver Media Group Network; tasked to arrange and report any news of havoc that would earn lots of ratings J*** *O***
44. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; honeytrap, intelligence operative; Smersh; masqueraded as a daughter of a late "MI5" head and is only identifiable by pseudonym *** ***ARR*
45. Movie; 80s; American; Air Force commanding officer; U.S. Air Force; enjoyed a circus performance [*******A** ****RA*] ****R*O*
47. Movie; 00s; British; intelligence contact; other character; spotted someone shadowing him as he watched a cricket match *****R
48. Movie; 80s; no citizenship; place of birth unrevealed; pet; Recurring-B; major villain; abandoned his human after the latter's plot went awry *O*O*O*
49. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); intelligence operative; British Security Coordination; took someone to a bar that was considered a bit of a dive **AR *R***
50. Movie; 70s; British; navy captain; Royal Navy; with his nuclear submarine crew, taken captive by main villain [*O**A***R] *A**O*
51. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; terrorist, bomb maker; major villain; attended a mongoose/snake fight in Madagascar *O**A*A *A**O
52. Movie; 70s; American; sheriff; Recurring-A; Louisiana State Police; after previously pursuiing someone, encountered them again while on vacation in Thailand [***R***] J.W. *****R
54. Movie; 80s; Soviet; bomb expert; USSR; delivered a nuclear bomb to villains [****OR *******A**] *A**
55. Movie; 70s; Cuban; detective, sleeper agent/intelligence operative; independent;  loaned someone a 1957 Ford Fairlane to travel to Los Organos RAO**
56. Movie; 70s; Chinese; student?; karate school?; with sister, helped defeat martial arts students **A
57. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; terrorist, weapons manufacturer; Quantum; used a Ugandan warlord's money to short-sell stock in a promising aerospace company, thus betting the money on the company's failure; character only known by alias *AR*O* ***O***
58. Movie; 90s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; was scolded for calling someone the Evil Queen of Numbers **** *A***R
59. Movie; 90s; Chinese; Military General; People's Liberation Army; intended to wipe out the Chinese top politicians and military officers with nuclear rocket and, afterwards, take over the government in China [****RA*] **A**
60. Movie; 60s; British; Air Force group captain; Royal Air Force; one of the men responsible for overseeing the recovery of atomic weapons hijacked by SPECTRE *R****AR*
61. Movie; 10s-20s; British; psychologist; Secret Intelligence Service; examined someone's mental health after he came back to MI6. [*O**OR] *A**
62. Movie; 10s-20s; French; mercenary, assassin; Recurring-A only if you count picture; SPECTRE; upon discovering that he was being tailed, initiated a high speed car chase that attracted the attention of several local police officers *A*R***
63. Movie; 70s; British; helicopter pilot, personal assistant; major villain; flirted with someone she tried to kill *AO**
64. Movie; 90s; British; Deputy Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; helped bring Bond up to speed on the latest events and the parameters of his mission **AR*** RO****O*
65. Movie; 80s; German; geneticist turned horse breeder, head scientist; Nazi Germany, Soviet Union, Zorin Industries; experiments led to babies who  were often psychotic in nature, but grew into children with gifted intelligence.  [**.] *AR* *OR***R (*A** **A**)
66. Movie; 00s; British; Special Advisor to the Prime Minister, criminal operative; Quantum, British Government; one of several peoples attending a meeting during an opera performance *** *A****
67. Movie; 60s; Italian; infiltrator; SPECTRE; hired to assassinate and impersonate NATO pilot A****O *A*A***
68. Movie; 80s; British/Greek; unrevealed; Independent; located assassin who killed her parents at the villa he owned near Madrid, Spain, and went there to exact her revenge *****A *A***O**
69. Movie; 00s; British; personal security detail, sleeper agent; Secret Intelligence Service, Quantum; mole who passed annual security checks and lie detector tests *RA** ********
70. Movie; 80s; Isthmian; bank secretary; Banco de Isthmus; when someone arrived to make a "small deposit" in the bank (in reality, almost $5 million), she helped her patron count his money *O*****O
71. Movie; 00; North Korean; Military General; Korean People's Army; wished for a peaceful reunification of Korea, whereas his son wanted war [****RA*] *OO*
73. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division; got himself expelled from Eton and other prestigious public schools before his mother, fed up, sent him to work for Reuters *A* *******
74. Movie; 70s; Soviet; KGB agent; KGB; with another character, survived a fight with Bond in Egypt *OR**
75. Movie; 80s; Ukrainian SSR; General Secretary; Communist Party of the Soviet Union; oversaw a meeting of the Red Army military commissariat **O*** *R******
76. TV Episode; 00s; American; professional gambler?; none?; was shocked by the name of a woman who showed up at the table he was sitting at at a casino *WA*** *O****
77. Movie; 00s; Italian; unrevealed; other character; persuaded boyfriend to assist Bond ****A
78. Movie; 60s; American; professional gambler?; unrevealed; his secretary assisted a rival in cheating him in cards ****O**
79. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; unrevealed; unrevealed; someone was worried she'd trigger a code to a missile **A *******
80. Movie; 60s; Bahamian; intelligence operative, boating supplies shop owner; Secret Intelligence Service; operated from the basement of his boating supplies shop *****R
81. Movie; 80s; British; secretary; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; helped investigate sniper in Bratislava [****] *O*********
82. Movie; 60s; French; intelligence agency head; Deuxième Bureau; implored someone to come out of retirement to deal with org who has been eliminating agents ***RA**
83. TV Episode; 50-60s; French?; intelligence operative; Soviet Union; threatended someone with a cane-gun *O**A*
84. Movie; 70s; British?; diamond smuggler, missionary teacher; SPECTRE (unknowingly); transported diamonds off the continent in a hollowed-out Bible [*R*.] W*******
85. TV Episode (later expanded on DVD); 00s; British (England)?; intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; fought three hooded opponents JA*** *O**
87. Movie; 60s; Japanese; Head of Secret Service; Japanese Secret Service; headquarters is inside an underground train that constantly travels around the Tokyo subway for his protection ****R *A*A*A
88. Movie; 80s; Isthmian;  enforcer, henchman, advisor; Sanchez Cartel; with others, caught main villain's mistress with another man **R**
89. Movie; 80s; American; police detective; Key West Police Department; investigated someone's maiming RA******
90. Movie; 80s; Greek/British (born in Greece); unrevealed; unrevealed; mother of 68 *O*A *A***O**
91. Movie; 10s-20s; French; consultant psychiatrist; Recurring-A; Hoffler Klinik, SPECTRE, Quantum (latter two via familial association); Bond incorrectly believed she had doublecrossed him [*R.] *A******* *WA**
92. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; maintenance and security officer/mechanic; major villain; unsuccessfully tried to flirt with someone *RA [LOCKED; only one letter remaining; Letters found at time of locking: AORW]
93. Movie; 00s; German; criminal operative; Quantum; met with someone in Venice to receive money A*O*** *******
94. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative, astronaut; Central Intelligence Agency; spied on main villain *O*** *OO***A*
95. Movie; 60s; Italian; criminal operative; Recurring-C; SPECTRE; collected rare shark species for research and conservation purposes for marine institutes *****O *AR*O
98. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-A; SPECTRE; uncovered embezzlement and electrocuted the culprit *R*** **A*RO **O****
99. TV Episode; 80s; British (England)?; businessman, criminal; independent?; petted a rabbit stuffed animal *O*******
100. Movie; 60s; Chinese; technical liaison/nuclear fission specialist, intelligence operative; China; provided main villain with atomic bomb [*R.] ****
101. Movie; 80s; British; representative; Foreign and Commonwealth Office; informed someone that another character's yacht, the Flying Saucer, was now heading for Nice, France ***** **A**-*AW****
102. Movie; 80s; Belgian; henchman, professional assassin; Marseilles and Hong Kong drug syndicates; after being convicted of several particularly brutal murders, he was sentenced to life imprisonment in Namur Prison ***** **O*O** *O****
103. Movie; 00s; British; personal assistant; Secret Intelligence Service; gagged upon seeing open-eyed corpse ******R*
104. Movie; 90s; Ukrainian SSR; head of security, terrorist; King Industries; bhelped Russian scientist smuggle Parahawks *A**A *A***O*
105. Movie; 60s; Russian; cipher clerk; Soviet Armed Forces; with 37, colleage of major supporting character (in the movie, not series as a whole) *R**A
106. Movie; 70s; American; CIA agent; Central Intelligence Agency; posted around casino during risky diamond exchange
107. Movie; 70s; American; flying school owner?; own flying school; called someone for compensation after one of his places was destroyed ******R
108. Movie; 00s; Bolivian; military lieutenant; other character; accompanied his commanding officer to Port-au-Prince, Haiti for his meeting with someone [*******A**] OR*O [partially LOCKED; only one letter remaining in second word (first is saluation; letters found at time of locking: ORW]
109. Movie; 90s; British; construction magnate, oil magnate; King Industries; became a personal friend of major character after they read law together at Oxford [**R] RO**R* ****
111. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; took part ina poker match *A**AR*O
112. Movie; 90s; British; navy Fleet Commander; Royal Navy; received an urgent message from the Admiralty ordering the fleet to search for a nearby Stealth Ship [****-A***RA*] *****
113. Movie; 60s; British; secretary; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; given the task of establishing a rigorous programme to train male agents to ignore the charms of women [****] *O*********
114. Movie; 90s; American; Head of Special Projects, vice-president of media company; Carver Media Group Network; tasked to arrange and report any news of havoc that would earn lots of ratings *O* WA**A**
115. Movie; 90s; Azerbaijani/British (England); oil tycoon, socialite, CEO; King Industries; kidnapped in a scheme to extort a large sum from her father, who refused to pay the ransome *****R* ****
116. Movie; 60s; Jamaican; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland JA*A**A* A**** O* **A**
118. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; assassin, enforcer; major villains; knocked out gondola technician and tried to help kill two agents *A****
119. Movie; 60s; Jamaican; shell diver; Independent; emerged from the sea collecting shells and singing "Under the Mango Tree"  *O*** R***R
120. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; guard; Zorin Industries; brought someone a helmet **RR*
121. TV Movie; 00s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division; during World War II was recruited as personal assistant to the Director of Naval Intelligence *A* *******
122. Movie; 80s; American; international arms dealer, mercenary, drug dealer; West Point,
Belgian Congo; his military career was a failure, so he turned to arms dealing to organize his own personal military force *RA* W****A**R
123. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player?; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; lost with a straight flush in a poker match
124. TV Movie; 80s; unable to determine; unable to determine; unable to determine; the page with with most info on her got taken down, but played by someone who played another character in a movie [*A**] *ARO**** *OR****
126. Movie; 70s; Portuguese; gunsmith; independent; delivered golden bullets to someone at a casino *A*AR
127. Movie; 60s; likely none; likely none; Recurring-D; independent?; later played by the same actor in non-Bond movies *RA********* *R*A**R*
128. TV Movie; 00s; British (England); socialite; Recurring-C; none?; wife of major character A** *******
129. Movie; 60s; Romani; tribal leader; Romani camp; spied on the Bulgars, reporting information back to his old friend *A*RA  [LOCKED; only one letter remaining; Letters found at time of locking: AORW]
130. Movie; 60s; American?; copilot; Flying Circus; seen in flight from Switzerland to Kentucky
131. Movie; 90s; Russian; Military Colonel, commanding officer of a Soviet nuclear testing facility; CIS (СНГ) Military; commanded guards as the facility was being decommissioned [*O*O***] A*A*******
132. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Smersh; attempted to distract someone in baccarat game by performing elaborate magic tricksm [**] *****R*
133. Movie; 70s; Egyptian; intelligence informant; Secret Intelligence Service; advised someone  to contact a black market trader and then a businessman [******] *O*****
134. Movie; 10s-20s; Portuguese or British?; intelligence operative turned cyber-terrorist; Secret Intelligence Service, SPECTRE; committed a series of terrorist attacks as part of a larger plan to publicly discredit and kill someone RAO** ****A
135. Movie; 60s; British (England); navy commander, intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; impersonated someone in an effort to gain access to main villain JA*** *O**
136. TV Seres (pre-Bond), TV Special (Bond); 00s (pre-Bond), 10s-20s (Bond); British; housewife turned apparent office cleaner; Recurring-D; apparently Secret Intelligence Service in this instance; spoke to bond on a screen *A* (JOA*** *A**OR) [code name LOCKED; only one letter remaining; Letters found at time of locking: AORW]
137. Movie; 90s; Russian; escort girl; other character; one of two such characters who entertained someone, the other being 41 ***A
138. Movie; 70s; Chinese; henchwoman; main villain; ordered to watch someone who was changing in plane bathroom
139. Movie; 60s; British; secret service employee; Secret Intelligence Service; began training to resist seductive women *OO**R
140. Movie; 60s; German; bodyguard, criminal operative; SPECTRE; fed main villain's pet piranhas *A**
141. Movie; 90s; unrevealed; stealth ship captain, security agent; Carver Media Group Network, Stealth Ship;  direct participant in plans to provoke a war between the United Kingdom and China [*A**A**] **O**
142. Movie; 70s; American; enforcer, acrobat; main villain; with 38, tasked with imprisoning reclusive billionaire ******R
143. Movie; 80s; Nicaraguan; henchman, enforcer; Sanchez Cartel, Contras; with others, caught main villain's mistress with another man *AR*O
145. Movie; 60s; American; enforcer; main villain;  in charge of gassing the members of the mafia with Nerve Gas
146. Movie; 90s; American; media executive; Carver Media Group Network; spoke to someone in a meeting giving an update via video uplink ***** *A****O*
147. Movie; 70s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; said in meeting that the CIA had verifed main villain's fingerprints on bullet **** *A***R
148. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; sent to keep and eye on someone and diamonds *A*W****
149. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; terrorist; SPECTRE; participated in an attempt in Mexico to blow up a stadium *A**O
150. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army; with 218 and 303, invited to a demonstration of a new satellite that supposed could provide sunlight to areas of the world which lack it in order to promote agricultural development in cold climate countries [****RA*] *A**JA** *O**
151. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; got caught up in a winning streak in a casino JA*** *O**
152. Movie; 80s; Soviet; military general, intelligence operative; Soviet Union; faked his defection as part of an illicit arms and drug deal [****RA*] **OR** *O**O*
153. Movie; 60s; Mexican; intelligence operative; Mexican Government?; congratulated someone on destroying heroin lab ***RRA
154. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Central Intelligence Agency; shadowed Bond starting at Kingston Airport ***** *****R
155. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; circus leader, smuggler, henchwoman; Octopus Cult; cheated against a major in backgammon *A**A
156. Movie; 70s; American; navy captain; US Navy; ordered the destruction of main villain's submarine platform [*O**A***R] *AR**R
157. Movie; 80s; American; geologist; Zorin Industries; previously employed as chief engineer in a South African gold mine, where a cave-in killed twenty miners *O* *O****
158. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-B; SPECTRE (unclear if still active at this point); targeted someone in a cemetery *R*** **A*RO **O****
159. Movie; 70s; American; customs officer; US Government; at Los Angeles International Airport, wanted to check the supposed body of someone's dead brother J*RR*
160. Movie; 00s; Russian; arms dealer; other character; listed as deceased in file *A**A *OR
161. Movie; 00s; Albanian; financier, criminal operative; Recurring-C (Recurring-A if you count a later image in cardboard cut-out); Quantum, SPECTRE (latter indirectly); banker who finances the world's terrorist organizations [**] *****R*
163. Movie; 00s; Austrian?; criminal operative, assassin; Recurring-A; Quantum, SPECTRE; recurring adversaryn prior to thallium poisoning [*R.] W****
164. Movie; 80s; German; mercenary, assassin; main villain; ordered top cut someone off as they were leaving biathlon course **A**
166. TV Special; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; accompanied someone on helicopter ride JA*** *O**
167. Movie; 00s; Italian; opera singer/actress or singer, depending on how you look at it; Recurring-D; none?; seen on stage in opera performance **OR*A *O**A
168. Movie; 10s-20s; British; Member of Parliament, Home Secretary, minister of the court, president of the court; British Government; consistently negative about someone's actions during recent security crisis **A*R *O*AR
169. Movie; 10s-20s; British; undercover agent; Secret Intelligence Service; one of five undercover agents whose cover was blown by someone after he uploaded images of them on a YouTube video *A* ******
170. Movie (deleted scene); 70s; unrevealed; harpist; The Whyte House; played harp  from a floating island in a nearby swimming pool *AR*A
171. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; targeted by someone sitting on a bed with him JA*** *O**
172. Movie; 00s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; provided intel on someone recently deceased **** *A***R
173. Movie; 90s; Russian; KGB officer turned mafia boss, businessman; Recurring-A; KGB turned independent; years earlier was shot in the leg by someone who also stole his car and "his girl" *A****** ***O****
174. Movie; 60s; Soviet; Director of Military Intelligence; Soviet Embassy of Istanbul; seen in a conference at the embassy [****RA*] *A*****
175. Movie; 10s-20s; British; assistant; Secret Intelligence Service; assisted in an attempt to retrieve a hard drive *A****A
176. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; mercenary, professional assassin, enforcer; KGB; usually seen with personal stereo and strangulation is his preferred killing method ***RO*
177. Movie; 80s; American; entrepreneur, marine researcher, narcotics smuggler; Sanchez Cartel, Ocean Exotica, Wavekrest Marine Research;  used his company, Wavekrest Marine Research, to move cocaine for drug cartel ****O* *R***
178. Movie; 00s; Bolivian/Russian; intelligence operative; Bolivian Secret Service, independent; seeking revenge for the murder of her family by exiled dictator *A***** *O**** R***RO
179. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; scientist; Stromberg Shipping (contracted); one of two scientists (the other 353) suspected by main villain of trying to sell the scaled-down photographic reproductions of submarine tracking system schematics to competing world powers [*RO****OR] *AR*O****
180. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); socialite; Recurring-C; none?; part of scheme to ply two Germans with drink and food in an attempt to learn how German U-boats made it through the British minefields near Norway A** *******
182. Movie; 60s; Australian; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland A***RA**A* A**** O* **A**
183. Movie; 10s-20s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; assigned to guard a safe drive containing information on undercover agents embedded into terrorist groups RO**O*
184. Movie; 80s; Indian; bodyguard, enforcer; main villain; destroyed rigged dice someone used in a game of backgammon at a hotel casino *O****A
185. Movie; 60s; American; gangster; American Mafia; with 280 and someone in part 2, was promised one million dollars in stolen gold bullion but was doublecrossed J** ********
186. TV Episode; 50s-60s; Soviet; intelligence operative; SMERSH?; believed someone was trying to poison her with cyanide pills and tried to do the same back *O**A ***O*A
187. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; tried to flee with fake Fabergé Egg he stole from circus *O****-O* ****
188. Movie; 90s; French; helicopter pilot; Eurocopter Tiger; did test flight of new helicopter prototype [*******A**] *RA**O** *RO***
189. Movie; 70s; American; stand-up comic; main villain; acted as part of diamond smuggling pipeline **A** ****
190. TV Episode; 50s-60s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; encountered Russian spy while on holiday JA*** *O**
191. Movie; 60s; British; quartermaster; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; replaced someone's Beretta 418 .25 pistol with a Walther PPK handgun [*AJOR] *OO**RO**
192. Movie; 00s; British; international liaison officer; Recurring-C (Recurring-A if you count archive footage); HM Treasury, Quantum, SPECTRE (latter indirectly); forced to act as double agent due to lover being taken hostage *****R ****
193. TV Movie; 80s; British?; unable to determine; unable to determine; the page with with most info on her got taken down, but actress playing her has a middle name that is usually masculine when a first name ***A **. *A*R***
194. Movie; 80s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; with someone in part two, rescued someone from the Moroccan police in Tangiers
195. Movie; 90s; German; enforcer, torturer, head of security; Carver Media Group Network; shot at survivors of torpedoed ship R***AR* **A***R
196. Movie; 80s; Soviet; assassin, circus performer; various characters; pinned someone to a cabin door with knives *R*****A
197. Movie; 60s; French; assassin, secret society member; SPECTRE; faked death and posed as own widow JA***** *O**AR
198. Movie; 60s; French; intelligence operative; Smersh; posed as a widow to try to discredit someone [A****] ****
199. Movie; 80s; British; spy ship crew member; Secret Intelligence Service; responsible for using the ATAC system when a mine hit the ship ***R**OR
200. Movie; 90s; British; navy lieutenant commander; Royal Navy; second-in-command of the British Type 23 frigate, HMS Devonshire [*******A** *O**A***R] ****R ****
201. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Central Intelligence Agency; pointed out main villain emerging from hotel for daily card game ***** *****R
202. Movie; 60s; French; police inspector; French Special Police; met up with someone in a French pissoir [*******OR] *A****
203. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; criminal operative; SPECTRE; pursued by someone during the Day of the Dead parade at the Zocalo in Mexico City *AR*O ***ARRA
204. Movie; 70s; Thai; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; discussed the solex agitator with someone [*******A**] ***
205. Movie; 90s; British; media mogul; own company; attempted to provoke a war between the United Kingdom and China in order to destroy the Chinese government and use the new government to obtain exclusive broadcasting rights in China ***O* *A***R
206. Movie; 80s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed; offered somone sausage and beer ***A***
207. Movie; 60s; British/Dutch/Indonesian; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; uncovered a plan to sell compromising photographs of military leaders from the USA, USSR, China and Great Britain at an "art auction *A*A *O**
208. Movie; 80s; unable to determine; nuclear physicist, henchman; SPECTRE; was neverous when speaking to one villain, thyough another villain acted more fatherly towards him *O****
209. Movie; 70s; Thai; unrevealed; other character; seen skinny dipping in a pool ***W ***
210. Movie; 00s; British (England); intelligence operative, publicist; Secret Intelligence Service, Graves Corporation; Harvard-educated, gold medal-winning Olympic fencer **RA**A *RO**
211. Movie; 90s; Russian/Bosnian; anarchist terrorist; KGB turned independemt; conspired with billionaire heiress to monopolize the world's oil market for profit R**AR* (****OR *O*A*)
212. Movie; 10s-20s; Mexican; field operative; Mexican Secret Service; accompanied someone at the Day of the Dead celebrations in Mexico City ***R***A
213. Movie; 70s; Swedish; unrevealed; main villain; mistress of professional assassin A**R*A A***R*
214. Movie; 60s; Cayman Islander; fisherman; various characters; helped collect rock samples from the island of Crab Key **ARR**
215. Movie; 80s; American; Director of Oil and Mines; San Francisco City Hall; unwittingly aided psychotic industrialist in his plot to destroy Silicon Valley W.*. *OW*
216. Movie; 80s; British; assistant secretary; Secret Intelligence Service; was given a bouquet of carnations *****O** **A***O**
217. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; unrevealed; unrevealed; wanted someone to "make love" to her ***** *AR**A**
218. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army; with 150 and 303, invited to a demonstration of a new satellite that supposed could provide sunlight to areas of the world which lack it in order to promote agricultural development in cold climate countries [****RA*] *A*
219. Movie; 80s; Cuban; freelance hitman; main villain; hired to kill a family ****OR *O**A***
220. TV Episode; 80s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-C; SPECTRE?; interviewed on talk show *R*** **A*RO **O****
221. TV Miniseries; 10s-20s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division; initially a mischievous playboy who is chasing women, collecting books and living off his family's fortune *A* *******
222. Movie; 60s; Jamaican?; army general; Jamaican government; aided somone in investigation of main villain [****R*********] ****
223. Movie; 80s; Isthmian; national president; Isthmus, Sanchez Cartel;  he and others were bribed and intimidated into becoming thralls of drug baron and his cartel ****OR *O***
224. Movie; 90s; Swiss; banker; La Banque Suisse de L'Industrie; involved in a number of deals with terrorists and other international criminals *A**A***
225. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; participated in casino poker match *A***O****
226. Movie; 10s-20s; British; scientist; Secret Intelligence Service; with others, worked for over a decade on the creation of the nanonweapon Heracles [*R.] *****
227. Movie; 60s; British; quartermaster, branch head; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; gave someone a case containing a throwing-knife, anti-tampering mechanism with a magnetised tear-gas cartridge (disguised as a tin of talcum powder), and fifty gold sovereigns [*AJOR] *OO**RO**
228. Movie; 90s; Canadian; navy admiral, representative; Canadian Armed Forces, Royal Canadian Navy; lured back to woman's yacht, the Manticore, for a night of fun [A***RA*] ***** *ARR**
229. Movie; 70s; British (England)?; former intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; unlike other versions, this version is a villain JA*** *O**
230. Movie; 60s; Scandinavian; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland
231. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence agency Head; American Secret Service, Central Intelligence Agency, FBI, possibly others; has a habit of introducing himself with a stream of "alphabet soup", including all the organisations and branches he is involved with RA**O**
232. Movie; 80s; Japanese; narcotics agent posing as drug lord; Hong Kong Narcotics Agency; tasked with infiltrating drug lord's operations in Isthmus *O**
233. Movie; 80s; Indian; station head; Secret Intelligence Service; escorrted someone to hotel, pointing out a palace along the way *A*R*****
234. Movie; 60s; British (England) but posing as Austrian; henchwoman posing as countess; other character; mistress of smuggler; sent to extract information from someone **** *O* ****A*
235. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchwoman; main villain; escorted two characters to their rooms [*****R] ****
236. TV Episode; 80s; British; agency head; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; upset by amounts on someone's bills
238. TV Episode; 90s; British; agency head; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; listened to a threat to blow up the White House or the Kingdome, or at least a tent near the latter
239. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; ordered killed by the ruler of San Monique *AW**
240. Movie; 80s; Chinese; drug dealer; own cartel?; with others, offered exclusive franchises in main villain's cocaine product, priced at one million US dollars per territory [*R.] *A*
241. Movie; 70s; American; professional gambler?; independent?; lost all his money in a vain attempt to win the affections of opportunist/hustler *A***
242. Movie; 70s; Thai; businessman, industrialist; independent; hired assassin to kill scientist and recover an item *A* *A*
243. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; participated  in raid on Fort Knox JO****
244. Movie; 80s; French; personal pilot; Drax Industries, Drax Airlines; provided someone with an aerial tour of someone else's property *OR**** ***O*R
245. Movie; 70s; British; diamond syndicate chairman; British Government; raised concerns with the Prime Minister regarding the increase in smuggling from South Afican mines, urging the British Secret Service to become involved [**R] *O*A** *****R
246. Movie; 80s; American; stockbroker turned accountant; Sanchez Cartel; questioned the financial aspects of someone's decisions *R****-*O***
247. Movie; 60s; British; taxi driver, intelligence operative; Foreign Office, Security Service; assisted someone in her infiltration of International Mother's Help in Berlin *AR**O* *O**R*
248. Movie; 70s; San Monique; reptile handler, tribal chief; Voodoo Cult; eliminated someone's enemies via sacrifices *A**A*A
249. Movie; 90s; British; navy chief petty officer; Royal Navy; crew member of the British Type 23 frigate, HMS Devonshire [***** ***** O*****R] J. ****
250. Movie; 70s; American; diamond smuggler; SPECTRE; claimed she was named after her (accidental) birthplace, where her parents were going through a choice of wedding bands ****A** *A**
251. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); socialite; none?; mother of major character [*A**] ****** *******
252. Movie; 60s; French; bodyguard, assassin, secret society member; SPECTRE; waited for someone outside the chapel where the latter's fake funeral is taking place *R**O*
253. Movie; 60s; British; air force group captain; Royal Air Force; responsible for overseeing a NATO training flight which was subsequently hijacked by SPECTRE *AW*O*
254. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; stand-up comic?; unrevealed; did a monologue on a beach ***** ******R**
255. Movie; 70s; British; ballistics expert; Secret Intelligence Service; helped analyse the remains of the bullet that killed someone *O***OR**
256. Movie; 60s; German; personal assistant, criminal operative; SPECTRE; trapped someone on plane with a smoke bomb and a wooden restraint ****A *RA***
258. Movie; 00s; Canadian; intelligence operative; Canadian Security Intelligence Service; someone saved her from being compromised *ORR*** ****A*
259. Movie; 00s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed; mistook someone for a valet, and gave him his car keys in order to park his Range Rover
260. Movie; 80s; Soviet; assassin, circus knife-thrower; various characters; attacked someone with welding torch ******A
261. Movie; 80s; Greek; henchman, smuggler; other character; aids someone in fight to stop Soviet agents in Greece *ARA**OR**
262. TV Episode; 50s-60s; French; intelligence operative; Soviet Union; henchman for main villain *A***
263. Movie; 60s; Turkish; fisherman turned station head; Secret Intelligence Service; years ago infiltrated a traveling circus, working as a strongman and wrestler, and spied on the Russians, pretending he didn't know the language A** **R** ***
264. Movie; 80s; Greek; guerilla soldier turned smuggler; Greek Resistance turned independent; red herring character in terms of main villain ***O* *O****O
265. Movie; 00s; Greek; government contractor; Quantum; beaten in a game of poker three kings to three aces A*** *******O*
266. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchman; SPECTRE; imposter used in training exercise *A** *A*** *O**
267. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; cultist, bodyguard; Octopus Cult; tasked with taking someone to their room *W***O****
268. Movie; 80s; Greek; henchman, driver, assassin; main villain; participated in the finding of St. Georges (a ship) A*O****
269. Movie; 80s; American; drug enforcement operative; Drug Enforcement Administration; informed by someone over the phone that his boss had been maimed *A*****
270. Movie; 70s; American;  would-be assistant to wealthy men; independent?; upon stating her first name was told "You certainly are" ****** O'*OO**
271. Movie; 60s; German; criminal, enforcer; Recurring-C; Red Lightning Tong turned SPECTRE; first seen at the Shrublands health spa [*O***] *****
272. Movie; 70s; British; nuclear submarine staff officer/captain; Royal Navy; British nuclear submarine staff officer who is the first to learn about the mysterious disappearance of the HMS Ranger [*A**A**] ****O*
273. Movie; 70s; Thai; ninja; Martial Arts School; student in the training school of wealthy industrialist ****A
274. Movie; 60s; East German; spy trainer, assistant; Smersh; when he gets overexcited, this heart causes him trouble and to go too fast *O*O
276. Movie; 70s; British; solar energy scientist; Secret Intelligence Service;  employed by Thai multi-millionaire industrialist to develop a solution to the world's ongoing energy crisis ****O*
277. Movie; 00s; Cuban; gene therapist, clinic director; La Clinica Alvarez; corrupt director of the DNA replacement therapy clinic, La Clinica Alvarez, on the Isla de Los Organos, Cuba, who helped North Korean military officer and smuggler change identity [*R.] A**AR**
278. Movie; 10s-20s; French; criminal board member; SPECTRE; one of the SPECTRE board members who secretly met at the Palazzo Cadenza in Rome following the death of an operative *OR*A*
279. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; equestrian, enforcer; main villain; in San Francisco City Hall, after a murder, appeared in the doorway with petrol canisters and begins to douse the carpeting so the building can be set aflame J**** ****
280. Movie; 60s; American; gangster; American Mafia; with 185 and someone in part 2, was promised one million dollars in stolen gold bullion but was doublecrossed JA** **RA*
281. Movie; 60s; French; liaison; Secret Intelligence Service; attended a funeral [****.] *A *OR**
282. Movie; 60s; American; actor, dancer; independent?; shot by backwards firing gun **OR** RA**
283. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; helped someone find a hijacked plane that was carrying two atomic bombs, which they eventually find along with the corpse of the phony NATO observer ***** *****R
285. Movie; 60s; Chinese–Jamaican; freelance photographer, spy; Daily Gleaner; employed by main villain to spy on someone A**A*** *****
286. Movie; 80s; Soviet; intelligence operative; KGB; taped an incriminating conversation between main villain and his oil company chief *O*A **A*O*A
287. Movie; 00s; British; section chief/double agent; Secret Intelligence Service; corrupt MI6 section chief in Prague, Czech Republic *R****
288. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; bodyguard, enforcer; main villain;  present in the Bahamas on-board Le Chiffre's luxury yacht, as the main villain plays poker *RA**
289. Movie; 80s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed; thoguht someone was crazy for turning down sausage and beer
290. Movie; 60s; American?; masseuse; Fontainebleau Miami Beach Hotel; was slapped on the behind as she left the man she was massaging so he could have a private conversation with someone else
291. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; bodyguard, enforcer; Quantum; helped main villain  reclaim $101,206,000 due to a failed plot to sabotage an aerospace company **O
292. Movie; 00s; Swiss; banker; James Bond Wiki suggests a casino he does business with but more likely his bank; responsible for all monetary transactions during and after tournaments at a casino
293. Movie; 80s; American; fisherman; own charter business; attended a wedding **AR***
294. Movie; 80s; British; secret society member; Recurring-C; SPECTRE; reported that the criminal organisation earned £250,000 as a consultation fee for the Great Train Robbery of 1963 ******R ****
295. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; trying to sneak into a place, was detected due to a flock of birds near him catching the guards' attention **A** *A******
296. Movie; 00s; French; intelligence operative; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; was falsely believed by Bond to have doublecrossed him R*** *A****
297. Movie; 60s; Swiss; solicitor; main villain; acted as a middle-man between the College of Arms and the main villain ****O**
298. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; hotel manager; unnamed hotel; very helpful man and gave the best of his guests *A****
299. Movie; 70s; American; ranger; Ranger Station 1; owned the fastest boat in the bayou and worked for the State Wildlife Department Ranger Station 1 *****-*O*
300. Movie; 70s; American; mortician, diamond smuggler; own company;  part of the diamond smuggling pipeline from South Africa via Europe *OR*O* ******R
301. Movie; 10s-20s; American; secret society member; SPECTRE; at a meeting, listened to reports of the attacks on Hamburg and Indonesia *AR**A**
302. Movie; 60s; Japanese; sumo wrestler; presumed Dewanoumi; gave someone tickets to a match *A*A*O*A*A *****A***
303. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army; with 150 and 218, invited to a demonstration of a new satellite that supposed could provide sunlight to areas of the world which lack it in order to promote agricultural development in cold climate [****RA*] **
304. Movie; 10s-20s; unrevealed; secret society member; SPECTRE; present at the SPECTRE meeting at the Palazzo Cadenza in Rome *A**R***
305. Movie; 90s; Japanese;  terrorist, chemical weapons expert; ADFL (Congolese Rebels in Zaire); wanted for the Tokyo subway sarin gas attack *A*O*** **A**RA
306. Movie; 80s; Korean?; bodyguard, enforcer?; Recurring-C; unable to determine; leapt off the Eiffel Tower with a parachute O**JO*
307. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; security agent; SPECTRE; seen during the SPECTRE meeting in Rome *OR***O
308. Movie; 10s-20s; British-French; none; none; daughter of major supporting character *A****** *WA**
309. Movie; 60s;American; entrepreneur; independent/own company; reclusive American billionaire industrialist whose vast business empire and identity are subsequently stolen by main villain W***AR* W****
310. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchman; other character; attacked someone he later became an ally of in hotel home in Monte Carlo
311. TV Movie; 80s; German?; military general; National Socialist German Workers’ Party; main villain [***.] **R*AR* *********
312. Movie; 80s; French; enforcer, head of security, pilot; Zorin Industries; head of security for the illicit business dealings of billionaire industrialist **AR****
313. TV Movie; 80s; unable to determine; unable to determine; unable to determine; info sparse and I never watched this *A****
314. Movie; 80s; French; intelligence agent; French Secret Service; Secret Service contact in the South of France A**** **R** *W****-*** (***O**)
315. Movie; 60s; no citizenship; place of birth unrevealed; pet; Recurring-A or B (hard to tell because the movies tend to use multiple cats); main villain; in one instance another cat was mistaken for this one **O****'* W**** *A*
316. Movie; 80s; Soviet; unrevealed; KGB; was partly stripped by someone to distract guards R**A*****
317. Movie; 90s; British; lab assistant turned quartermaster; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; trained to replace another character
318. Movie; 10s-20s; Russian; terrorist leader, scientist, anarchist; independent; motivated to take down the criminal organisation SPECTRE for the deaths of his family at the hands of assassin ********R *A***
319. Movie; 60s; British; poultry farmer, sleeper agent (unknowingly); main villain (unknowingly); poultry allergy sufferer from Morecambe Bay, Lancashire R*** *AR*****
320. Movie; 60s; British?; retired intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Smersh, Secret Intelligence Service; former secret agent who has since become a multi-millionaire with a penchant for wearing ridiculously extravagant outfits at her office *****R ****
321. Movie; 90s; Russian; computer technician, cyber-terrorist; Janus Syndicate; believed himself to be invincible *OR** **A*O**** *R******O
322. Movie; 60s; American; scientist; W.W. Tectronics, G Section; had been working for the company in "G section" for three years and was part of a team constructing an orbital laser weapon **A** **R**R*******
323. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; took part in a poker match at a casino in Montenegro [*A*A*] W* [partially LOCKED; only one letter remaining in second word (first is saluation; letters found at time of locking: RW]
324. Movie; 60s; Chinese; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; argued with someone about the taste of the Chinese being different than all other women
325. Movie; 90s; Russian; lounge singer; unidentified St. Petersburg nightclub; worked as a singer at club in St. Petersburg, but appeared to be completely tone deaf *R**A
326. Movie; 00s; Swiss; enforcer, criminal operative; Quantum, Greene Planet; tasked with assisting mission to secure a resource-rich patch of land in Latin America by funding the overthrow of the Bolivian president in favor for exiled Bolivian General
327. Movie; 80s; American; diver, killer; Wavekrest Marine Research, Sanchez Cartel; murdered a friend of Bond's
328. Movie; 90s; unrevealed; television news presenter; Carver Media Group Network; present during a party at Hamburg media center, celebrating the launch of a new CMGN satellite *A*ARA *****
329. Movie; 80s; British; quartermaster; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; felt that things had been dull in the absense of another character
330. Movie; 70s; Italian; secretary; other character(s); secretary to Egyptian black market trader ******A
331. Movie; 00s; British; agency head; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; sent someone to execute a duplicitous station chief in Prague, Czech Republic and his informant O****A *A*******
332. Movie; 00s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; tripped and fell into the crowd while chasing someone *AR**R
333. Movie; 00s; French; environmentalist, criminal, company founder/head; Recurring-A; Quantum, Greene Planet, SPECTRE (indirectly); spearheading the Tierra Project in Bolivia *O***** *R****
334. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; driver; Secret Intelligence Service; drove someone to the circus in East Germany *AR*
335. Movie; 80s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; picked someone up after he arrived in New York **AR***
336. Movie; 00s; Algerian (but born in Egypt); intelligence operative, terrorist, honeytrap; Quantum, SPECTRE (indirectly); seduced high-ranking women with valuable connections ***** ****RA
337. Movie; 10s-20s; British; assistant; Secret Intelligence Service; briefly met with Bond and another character A***O* *****
338. Movie; 80s; American; drug enforcement agent; Drug Enforcement Administration;  accepted a $2 million bribe to free drug baron from U.S. custody ** *******R
339. Movie; 10s-20s; Austrian; terrorist mastermind; Recurring-A; SPECTRE, Independent; murdered father in a staged avalanche in Kitzbühel due to father's close relationship with  foster brother *R*** **A*RO **O**** (*RA** O***R*A***R)
340. Movie; 10s-20s; British; scientist; Secret Intelligence Service; responsible for the development of nanoweapon [*R.] *AR**
341. Commercial; 90s; Polish?; unrevealed; Recurring-C; unrevealed if any; seen riding a highway or tour bus JAW* [LOCKED; only one letter remaining; Letters found at time of locking: AJORW]
342. Movie; 00s; Italian; card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; took part in casino poker match *O*****
343. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)?; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; put can in trash bag and then dropped the bag JA*** *O**
344. Movie; 60s; East German; spy trainer; Smersh, International Mothers' Help; ran school for spies, based in East Berlin, that is a Smersh cover operation [*RA*] *O****R
345. Movie; 90s; Russian; army major general; Armed Forces of the Russian Federation; was Russia's liaison to the joint MI6 / Admirality team in the British Situation Room [*A*OR ****RA*] ****AR**
346. Movie; 70s; American; unrevealed; unrevealed; accompanied husband on holiday in Thailand *A****** *****R
347. Movie; 10s-20s; British; intelligence operative turned secretary; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; inadvertently shot ally non-fatally *** *O*********
348. Movie; 80s; Soviet; military lieutenant-general; USSR; believed that the Warsaw Pact had a decisive advantage over NATO in conventional military strength that was being tossed away by its leaders in détente [*******A**-****RA*] OR*O*
349. Movie; 70s; French; henchwoman; main villain; someone choked her with her bikini top to extract info on main villain's whereabouts *AR**
350. Movie; 00s; Ugandan; resistance army commander; Lord's Resistance Army, Quantum; angered that main villain lost his money ****** O*A**O
351. Movie; 10s-20s; Cuban; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; despite claiming to have had only three weeks of training, proved to be highly effective in combat ***O*A
352. Movie; 60s; Turkish; station agent; Secret Intelligence Service; someone asked to help to get across the frontier between Yugoslavia and Trieste
353. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; scientist; Stromberg Shipping; one of two scientists (the other 353) suspected by main villain of trying to sell the scaled-down photographic reproductions of submarine tracking system schematics to competing world powers [*R.] *****A**
354. Movie; 60s; Mexican; assassin, enforcer; other character; involved in plot of selling heroin through the front of selling bananas *A****O
355. TV Episode; 00s; British?; unwilling criminal agent; Recurring-C; other character (unwillingly); had to work for villain because her brother was being held hostage ***** *A*OR*
357. Movie; 80s; Greek; guerilla soldier turned heroin smuggler, intelligence operative; USSR, Great Britain, Greek Resistance (formerly), KGB; hired by KGB to obtain the ATAC device AR** *R***A*O*
358. Movie; 60s; Soviet; cipher clerk, army corporal; Soviet Armed Forces, SPECTRE (Unknowingly); originally was a ballerina, but had to abandon her goal of dancing for the Bolshoi Ballet when she grew one inch taller than the maximum height permitted for girls *A**A*A R**A*O*A
359. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; claimed to be on her second assignment RO*** *AR**R
360. Movie; 60s; Soviet; embassy Chief of Security; Soviet Embassy of Istanbul; seen in conference that was spied upon *O**O****
361. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative, laboratory assistant; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; helped test an arm cast, which flipped out and crushed the head of an adjacent dummy ******R*
362. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; possible professional gambler; independent?; watched a card game that she did not participate in *R**
363. TV Movie; 10s-20s; British (England); model; likely modeling agency; nickname was the sound a farm animal makes **R*** "*OO" WR****
364. Movie; 70s; Soviet; intelligence operative; KGB; tried to assassinate someone on a downhill ski chase in Austria **R*** *AR*O*
365. Movie; 00s; American; military general; American army; leader of the American army in the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea [****RA*] **A****R
366. Movie; 60s; British; navy chief petty officer turned butler; Royal Navy; greeted someone at the front door and took him to his former Admiral, whom he was now the butler for [***** ***** O*****R] ****O**
367. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; criminal associate; Quantum; tried to poison someone during casino match *A****A
368. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; criminal operative, professional assassin;  SPECTRE; broke out of Dartmoor Prison and two years later was recruited by the international criminal organisation SPECTRE and from then on trained as an agent and assassin R** *RA**
369. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; criminal operative?; unrevealed; while sitting on bed with someone, pulled out gun and threatened to kill him **A** **A*O*
370. Movie; 00s; British; field agent; Secret Intelligence Service; with another agent, tazed someone and dragged him away W****A**
371. Movie; 00s; American; section chief; Central Intelligence Agency; negotiated a deal with someone to ignore his orchestrated coup in Bolivia in exchange for oil *R**OR* ***WOO* "*R***" **A*
372. Movie; 00s; Bolivian; army general; Bolivia; military dictator of his home country, Bolivia, but was later overthrown and exiled [****RA*] *A*RA*O

 


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Re: Gotta Catch 'em All Challenge 62 Collage 50 James Bond Live 1 of 2

For locked characters *=newly added.

LOCKED CHARACTERS:
92
128
341*
Some one-letter characters

PARTIALLY LOCKED CHARACTERS:
108
136
323
Some characters with one-letter code names

Other clues:
Two different characters played by the same actress decades appear consecutively.
There are six instances of a fictional/fictionalized character playing a fictional character, of which four are covered in the next point.
There are five characters from the Bond Girls skit mentioned in the first post, of which four are covered by rule 13.
There is one instance of the same character played by two actors in the same movie where both versions are in part 1. One has been identified, one has not.
Two consecutive characters phoenetically (and with only one letter difference) give you the name of a major character from Agents of SHIELD


Tally (as before hiding some of the more obscure ones unless previously identified; with so many characters errors could arise)

Casino Royale 2006    29
Diamonds Are Forever    19
For Your Eyes Only    17
Octopussy    16
Licence to Kill    15
Tomorrow Never Dies    15
Casino Royale 1967    14
From Russia with Love    14
Quantum of Solace    14
On Her Majesty's Secret Service    13
Man with The Golden Gun    12
Thunderball    12
Goldfinger    11
Live and Let Die    11
Spy Who Loved Me    11
SNL    10
World Is Not Enough    10
Die Another Day    9
Dr. No    9
Spectre    9
The Living Daylights    9
GoldenEye    8
Skyfall    8
View to a Kill     8
No Time to Die    7
[Ian Fleming biopic]    6
You Only Live Twice    6
Never Say Never Again    5
Climax Theater: Casino Royale    3
Moonraker    3
[Ian Fleming miniseries]    2
[Ian Fleming biopic]    2
[Ian Fleming biopic]     2
[sketch show]    2
[sketch show]    1
[fundraiser show]     1
[martial arts movie]    1
James Bond and the Queen    1
[talk show]    1
[movie about master thief]    1
[soft drink commercial]    1
[talk show]    1
[short film within sketch show of sorts]    1

 


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Re: Gotta Catch 'em All Challenge 62 Collage 50 James Bond Live 1 of 2

For the James Bond Hangman round, numbers spelled out where applicable because there are fewer than in the superhero rounds (but do use the actual numbers in answers where appropriate). If a one word name (M, Q, or R) has a known or implied real name, that will be used instead; otherwise such characters will be locked but not noted as such.

The Random Number Generator picks T.

Letters found so far: AJORTW

See first post for explamation of Recurring categories.

1. Movie; 00s; Russian; politician, secret society member; Quantum, Russian Government; one of several peoples attending a meeting during an opera performance ****OR *ARA*O*
2. Movie; 80s; Afghan; Deputy Commander of the Eastern District; Mujaheddin, Snow Leopard Brotherhood; freed by Bond from a prison during Bond's own escape attempt *A*RA* **A*
3. Movie; 70s; British (England); diamond smuggler, transport consultant; major villain (unknowingly); impersonated by Bond  **T*R *RA***
4. Movie; 70s; American; astronaut; W Technologies; astronaut testing or training on Whyte-manufactured moon landing equipment *ARR*
5. Movie; 70s; San Monique; crime kingpin, politician; Voodoo Cult; using poppies, hoped to flood the U.S. market with two tonnes of heroin distributed through his legitimate restaurants free of charge, thus forcing other drug dealers out of business. *R. *** [(*R.) *A*A**A
6. Movie; 80s; Soviet; KGB General; KGB; Bond was set to kill him but was distristful about the reasons [****RA*] **O*** *******
8. Movie; 70s; American; flying school student; Bleeker Flying School; was in a plane that was targeted by henchmen [*R*.] ****
9. TV Episode; 50s-60s; British; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; British Intelligence; gave someone 32 million francs to allow him to keep playing in a casino **AR**** ***T*R
10. Movie; 90s; Russian; atomic scientist; Russian Atomic Energy Department; gave someone  a plane necessary to steal a nuclear weapon set to be dismantled in Kazakhstan [*R.] ****A** AR*O*
12. Movie; 80s; British; butler, security operative; Secret Intelligence Service; discovered assassins dumping a cook's body into a chest freezer *R*** *O*R
13. Movie; 80s; East German; intelligence operative, biathlete; KGB; young woman was interested in him but he only scowled at her *R*** *R*****R
14. Movie; 90s; French; helicopter pilot; Eurocopter Tiger; captain of new helicopter prototype [*A*T.] **R*AR* JA***RT
15. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; had blood thrown at him *A****
16. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; professional assassin, criminal operative; Recurring-C; SPECTRE; deployed in order to protect the secrecy of SPECTRE's plot
17. Movie; 00s; Japanese; chemical engineer; other character; seen only in a photo, along with 160 and someone in part 2 ***** *AWA*OWA
18. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; diamond trader; other character; contracted to supply rogue colonel with African conflict diamonds in exchange for weaponry *A* ***R*
19. Movie; 90s; Russian; programmer;  none; unknowingly friends with a villain, whom she saw as an annoying little brother *ATA**A **O*ORO**A ***O*O*A
20. Movie; 60s; Chinese; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland ******* A**** O* **AT*
21. Movie; 60s; British?; adjutant; other character; newspaper hints that this character was intended to have a larger role in the film; instead was just present in a meeting between Bond and another character *****A*
22. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; tasked with arresting rogue agent dead or alive *A**O*
23. Movie; 60s; Japanese; intelligence operative; Japanese Secret Service; helped someone with ninja training and pretending to be Japanese A**
24. Movie; 80s; British (England); high ranking politician; Recurring-D; British Government, Conservative Party; based on real person *AR*AR*T T*AT***R
25. Movie; 70s; American; technology firm administrator; W.W. Tectronics; under his watch his company constructed an orbital laser weapon TO* [LOCKED; only one letter remaining; letters/numbers found at time of locking: AJORTW]
26. Movie; 80s; Italian; intelligence operative; British Secret Service; informed Bond about activities of a killer Bond was chasing ***** **RRARA
27. Movie; 60s; Irish; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland *R*** A**** O* **AT*
28. Movie; 70s; South African; houseboy; missionary school; read to school children JO***A
29. Movie; 70s; Soviet; KGB General; KGB, Ministry of Foreign Affairs; recurring ally of MI6 despite being on opposite sides during the Cold war [****RA*] A*ATO* *O*O*
30. Movie; 80s; Russian; curator; USSR; realized a piece of jewelry was a fake *OR**O*
31. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; businessman in novelization; other character; was involved with main villain's mistress A**AR**
32. Movie; 10s-20s; British; criminal operative; SPECTRE; attended a "birthday" festivity in Cuba [**R] ***A*T*A* *'AT*
34. Movie; 60s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-A if you count repeating footage, otherwise Recurring-B; Royal Navy, Secret Intelligence Service; targeted by unseen assailant whom he shot JA*** *O**
35. Movie; 90s; British; navy captain; Royal Navy; his ship was remotely meaconed off-course into Chinese-held waters by techno-terrorist [*O**A***R] R***AR* *A*
36. Movie; 80s; American; state geologist; State of California; her father passed before he could train her how to effectively maintain control over the family oil company *TA*** **TTO*
37. Movie; 60s; Russian; cipher clerk; Soviet Armed Forces; with 105, colleage of major supporting character (in the movie, not series as a whole) *ATA**A
38. Movie; 70s; American; enforcer, acrobat; major villain; with 142, tasked with imprisoning reclusive billionaire *A***
40. Movie; 70s; American; state trooper; Louisiana State Police; helped sheriff try to to catch people on the river
41. Movie; 90s; Russian; escort girl; other character; one of two such characters who entertained someone, the other being 137 **R****A
42. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)?; intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; unlike other versions of this character, could not hold his liquor ****TW****T JA*** *O**
43. Movie; 90s; American; media executive; Carver Media Group Network; tasked to arrange and report any news of havoc that would earn lots of ratings J*** *O***
44. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; honeytrap, intelligence operative; Smersh; masqueraded as a daughter of a late "MI5" head and is only identifiable by pseudonym *** **TARR*
45. Movie; 80s; American; Air Force commanding officer; U.S. Air Force; enjoyed a circus performance [****T**A*T ****RA*] **T*R*O*
47. Movie; 00s; British; intelligence contact; other character; spotted someone shadowing him as he watched a cricket match *****R
48. Movie; 80s; no citizenship; place of birth unrevealed; pet; Recurring-B; major villain; abandoned his human after the latter's plot went awry *O*O*O*
49. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); intelligence operative; British Security Coordination; took someone to a bar that was considered a bit of a dive **AR *R***
50. Movie; 70s; British; navy captain; Royal Navy; with his nuclear submarine crew, taken captive by main villain [*O**A***R] TA**OT
51. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; terrorist, bomb maker; major villain; attended a mongoose/snake fight in Madagascar *O**A*A *A**O
52. Movie; 70s; American; sheriff; Recurring-A; Louisiana State Police; after previously pursuiing someone, encountered them again while on vacation in Thailand [***R***] J.W. *****R
54. Movie; 80s; Soviet; bomb expert; USSR; delivered a nuclear bomb to villains [****OR ****T**A*T] *A**
55. Movie; 70s; Cuban; detective, sleeper agent/intelligence operative; independent;  loaned someone a 1957 Ford Fairlane to travel to Los Organos RAO**
56. Movie; 70s; Chinese; student?; karate school?; with sister, helped defeat martial arts students **A
57. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; terrorist, weapons manufacturer; Quantum; used a Ugandan warlord's money to short-sell stock in a promising aerospace company, thus betting the money on the company's failure; character only known by alias *AR*O* ***O***
58. Movie; 90s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; was scolded for calling someone the Evil Queen of Numbers **** TA***R
59. Movie; 90s; Chinese; Military General; People's Liberation Army; intended to wipe out the Chinese top politicians and military officers with nuclear rocket and, afterwards, take over the government in China [****RA*] **A**
60. Movie; 60s; British; Air Force group captain; Royal Air Force; one of the men responsible for overseeing the recovery of atomic weapons hijacked by SPECTRE *R*T**AR*
61. Movie; 10s-20s; British; psychologist; Secret Intelligence Service; examined someone's mental health after he came back to MI6. [*O*TOR] *A**
62. Movie; 10s-20s; French; mercenary, assassin; Recurring-A only if you count picture; SPECTRE; upon discovering that he was being tailed, initiated a high speed car chase that attracted the attention of several local police officers *ATR***
63. Movie; 70s; British; helicopter pilot, personal assistant; major villain; flirted with someone she tried to kill *AO**
64. Movie; 90s; British; Deputy Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; helped bring Bond up to speed on the latest events and the parameters of his mission **AR*** RO****O*
65. Movie; 80s; German; geneticist turned horse breeder, head scientist; Nazi Germany, Soviet Union, Zorin Industries; experiments led to babies who  were often psychotic in nature, but grew into children with gifted intelligence.  [**.] *AR* *ORT**R (*A** **A**)
66. Movie; 00s; British; Special Advisor to the Prime Minister, criminal operative; Quantum, British Government; one of several peoples attending a meeting during an opera performance *** *A****
67. Movie; 60s; Italian; infiltrator; SPECTRE; hired to assassinate and impersonate NATO pilot A****O *A*A***
68. Movie; 80s; British/Greek; unrevealed; Independent; located assassin who killed her parents at the villa he owned near Madrid, Spain, and went there to exact her revenge *****A *A***O**
69. Movie; 00s; British; personal security detail, sleeper agent; Secret Intelligence Service, Quantum; mole who passed annual security checks and lie detector tests *RA** **T*****
70. Movie; 80s; Isthmian; bank secretary; Banco de Isthmus; when someone arrived to make a "small deposit" in the bank (in reality, almost $5 million), she helped her patron count his money *O*****O
71. Movie; 00; North Korean; Military General; Korean People's Army; wished for a peaceful reunification of Korea, whereas his son wanted war [****RA*] *OO*
73. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division; got himself expelled from Eton and other prestigious public schools before his mother, fed up, sent him to work for Reuters *A* *******
74. Movie; 70s; Soviet; KGB agent; KGB; with another character, survived a fight with Bond in Egypt *OR**
75. Movie; 80s; Ukrainian SSR; General Secretary; Communist Party of the Soviet Union; oversaw a meeting of the Red Army military commissariat **O*** *R******
76. TV Episode; 00s; American; professional gambler?; none?; was shocked by the name of a woman who showed up at the table he was sitting at at a casino *WA*** *O****
77. Movie; 00s; Italian; unrevealed; other character; persuaded boyfriend to assist Bond ****A
78. Movie; 60s; American; professional gambler?; unrevealed; his secretary assisted a rival in cheating him in cards ****O**
79. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; unrevealed; unrevealed; someone was worried she'd trigger a code to a missile **A *******
80. Movie; 60s; Bahamian; intelligence operative, boating supplies shop owner; Secret Intelligence Service; operated from the basement of his boating supplies shop *****R
81. Movie; 80s; British; secretary; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; helped investigate sniper in Bratislava [****] *O*********
82. Movie; 60s; French; intelligence agency head; Deuxième Bureau; implored someone to come out of retirement to deal with org who has been eliminating agents ***RA**
83. TV Episode; 50-60s; French?; intelligence operative; Soviet Union; threatended someone with a cane-gun *O*TA*
84. Movie; 70s; British?; diamond smuggler, missionary teacher; SPECTRE (unknowingly); transported diamonds off the continent in a hollowed-out Bible [*R*.] W***T***
85. TV Episode (later expanded on DVD); 00s; British (England)?; intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; fought three hooded opponents JA*** *O**
87. Movie; 60s; Japanese; Head of Secret Service; Japanese Secret Service; headquarters is inside an underground train that constantly travels around the Tokyo subway for his protection T***R TA*A*A
88. Movie; 80s; Isthmian;  enforcer, henchman, advisor; Sanchez Cartel; with others, caught main villain's mistress with another man **R**
89. Movie; 80s; American; police detective; Key West Police Department; investigated someone's maiming RA******
90. Movie; 80s; Greek/British (born in Greece); unrevealed; unrevealed; mother of 68 *O*A *A***O**
91. Movie; 10s-20s; French; consultant psychiatrist; Recurring-A; Hoffler Klinik, SPECTRE, Quantum (latter two via familial association); Bond incorrectly believed she had doublecrossed him [*R.] *A******* *WA**
92. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; maintenance and security officer/mechanic; major villain; unsuccessfully tried to flirt with someone *RA [LOCKED; only one letter remaining; Letters found at time of locking: AORW]
93. Movie; 00s; German; criminal operative; Quantum; met with someone in Venice to receive money A*O*** **TT***
94. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative, astronaut; Central Intelligence Agency; spied on main villain *O*** *OO***A*
95. Movie; 60s; Italian; criminal operative; Recurring-C; SPECTRE; collected rare shark species for research and conservation purposes for marine institutes *****O *AR*O
98. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-A; SPECTRE; uncovered embezzlement and electrocuted the culprit *R**T *TA*RO **O****
99. TV Episode; 80s; British (England)?; businessman, criminal; independent?; petted a rabbit stuffed animal *O***T***
100. Movie; 60s; Chinese; technical liaison/nuclear fission specialist, intelligence operative; China; provided main villain with atomic bomb [*R.] ****
101. Movie; 80s; British; representative; Foreign and Commonwealth Office; informed someone that another character's yacht, the Flying Saucer, was now heading for Nice, France ***** **A**-*AW**TT
102. Movie; 80s; Belgian; henchman, professional assassin; Marseilles and Hong Kong drug syndicates; after being convicted of several particularly brutal murders, he was sentenced to life imprisonment in Namur Prison ***** **O*O** *O****
103. Movie; 00s; British; personal assistant; Secret Intelligence Service; gagged upon seeing open-eyed corpse ******R*
104. Movie; 90s; Ukrainian SSR; head of security, terrorist; King Industries; bhelped Russian scientist smuggle Parahawks *A**A *A***O*
105. Movie; 60s; Russian; cipher clerk; Soviet Armed Forces; with 37, colleage of major supporting character (in the movie, not series as a whole) *R**A
106. Movie; 70s; American; CIA agent; Central Intelligence Agency; posted around casino during risky diamond exchange
107. Movie; 70s; American; flying school owner?; own flying school; called someone for compensation after one of his places was destroyed ******R
108. Movie; 00s; Bolivian; military lieutenant; other character; accompanied his commanding officer to Port-au-Prince, Haiti for his meeting with someone [****T**A*T] OR*O [partially LOCKED; only one letter remaining in second word (first is saluation; letters found at time of locking: ORW]
109. Movie; 90s; British; construction magnate, oil magnate; King Industries; became a personal friend of major character after they read law together at Oxford [**R] RO**RT ****
111. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; took part ina poker match *A**AR*O
112. Movie; 90s; British; navy Fleet Commander; Royal Navy; received an urgent message from the Admiralty ordering the fleet to search for a nearby Stealth Ship [****-A***RA*] *****
113. Movie; 60s; British; secretary; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; given the task of establishing a rigorous programme to train male agents to ignore the charms of women [****] *O*********
114. Movie; 90s; American; Head of Special Projects, vice-president of media company; Carver Media Group Network; tasked to arrange and report any news of havoc that would earn lots of ratings TO* WA**A**
115. Movie; 90s; Azerbaijani/British (England); oil tycoon, socialite, CEO; King Industries; kidnapped in a scheme to extort a large sum from her father, who refused to pay the ransome ****TR* ****
116. Movie; 60s; Jamaican; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland JA*A**A* A**** O* **AT*
118. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; assassin, enforcer; major villains; knocked out gondola technician and tried to help kill two agents *A****
119. Movie; 60s; Jamaican; shell diver; Independent; emerged from the sea collecting shells and singing "Under the Mango Tree"  *O*** R***R
120. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; guard; Zorin Industries; brought someone a helmet **RR*
121. TV Movie; 00s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division; during World War II was recruited as personal assistant to the Director of Naval Intelligence *A* *******
122. Movie; 80s; American; international arms dealer, mercenary, drug dealer; West Point,
Belgian Congo; his military career was a failure, so he turned to arms dealing to organize his own personal military force *RA* W**TA**R
123. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player?; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; lost with a straight flush in a poker match ****T*
124. TV Movie; 80s; unable to determine; unable to determine; unable to determine; the page with with most info on her got taken down, but played by someone who played another character in a movie [*A**] *ARO**** *OR****
126. Movie; 70s; Portuguese; gunsmith; independent; delivered golden bullets to someone at a casino *A*AR
127. Movie; 60s; likely none; likely none; Recurring-D; independent?; later played by the same actor in non-Bond movies *RA*****T*** *R*AT*R*
128. TV Movie; 00s; British (England); socialite; Recurring-C; none?; wife of major character A** *******
129. Movie; 60s; Romani; tribal leader; Romani camp; spied on the Bulgars, reporting information back to his old friend *A*RA  [LOCKED; only one letter remaining; Letters found at time of locking: AORW]
130. Movie; 60s; American?; copilot; Flying Circus; seen in flight from Switzerland to Kentucky
131. Movie; 90s; Russian; Military Colonel, commanding officer of a Soviet nuclear testing facility; CIS (СНГ) Military; commanded guards as the facility was being decommissioned [*O*O***] A*A*******
132. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Smersh; attempted to distract someone in baccarat game by performing elaborate magic tricksm [**] *****R*
133. Movie; 70s; Egyptian; intelligence informant; Secret Intelligence Service; advised someone  to contact a black market trader and then a businessman [******] *O*****
134. Movie; 10s-20s; Portuguese or British?; intelligence operative turned cyber-terrorist; Secret Intelligence Service, SPECTRE; committed a series of terrorist attacks as part of a larger plan to publicly discredit and kill someone RAO** ****A
135. Movie; 60s; British (England); navy commander, intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; impersonated someone in an effort to gain access to main villain JA*** *O**
136. TV Seres (pre-Bond), TV Special (Bond); 00s (pre-Bond), 10s-20s (Bond); British; housewife turned apparent office cleaner; Recurring-D; apparently Secret Intelligence Service in this instance; spoke to bond on a screen *A* (JOA*** TA**OR) [code name LOCKED; only one letter remaining; Letters found at time of locking: AORW]
137. Movie; 90s; Russian; escort girl; other character; one of two such characters who entertained someone, the other being 41 ***A
138. Movie; 70s; Chinese; henchwoman; main villain; ordered to watch someone who was changing in plane bathroom
139. Movie; 60s; British; secret service employee; Secret Intelligence Service; began training to resist seductive women *OO**R
140. Movie; 60s; German; bodyguard, criminal operative; SPECTRE; fed main villain's pet piranhas *A**
141. Movie; 90s; unrevealed; stealth ship captain, security agent; Carver Media Group Network, Stealth Ship;  direct participant in plans to provoke a war between the United Kingdom and China [*A*TA**] **OTT
142. Movie; 70s; American; enforcer, acrobat; main villain; with 38, tasked with imprisoning reclusive billionaire T*****R
143. Movie; 80s; Nicaraguan; henchman, enforcer; Sanchez Cartel, Contras; with others, caught main villain's mistress with another man *AR*O
145. Movie; 60s; American; enforcer; main villain;  in charge of gassing the members of the mafia with Nerve Gas
146. Movie; 90s; American; media executive; Carver Media Group Network; spoke to someone in a meeting giving an update via video uplink ***** *A****O*
147. Movie; 70s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; said in meeting that the CIA had verifed main villain's fingerprints on bullet **** TA***R
148. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; sent to keep and eye on someone and diamonds *A*W****
149. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; terrorist; SPECTRE; participated in an attempt in Mexico to blow up a stadium *A**O
150. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army; with 218 and 303, invited to a demonstration of a new satellite that supposed could provide sunlight to areas of the world which lack it in order to promote agricultural development in cold climate countries [****RA*] *A**JA** *O**
151. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; got caught up in a winning streak in a casino JA*** *O**
152. Movie; 80s; Soviet; military general, intelligence operative; Soviet Union; faked his defection as part of an illicit arms and drug deal [****RA*] **OR** *O**O*
153. Movie; 60s; Mexican; intelligence operative; Mexican Government?; congratulated someone on destroying heroin lab ***RRA
154. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Central Intelligence Agency; shadowed Bond starting at Kingston Airport ***** ***T*R
155. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; circus leader, smuggler, henchwoman; Octopus Cult; cheated against a major in backgammon *A**A
156. Movie; 70s; American; navy captain; US Navy; ordered the destruction of main villain's submarine platform [*O**A***R] *ART*R
157. Movie; 80s; American; geologist; Zorin Industries; previously employed as chief engineer in a South African gold mine, where a cave-in killed twenty miners *O* *O****
158. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-B; SPECTRE (unclear if still active at this point); targeted someone in a cemetery *R**T *TA*RO **O****
159. Movie; 70s; American; customs officer; US Government; at Los Angeles International Airport, wanted to check the supposed body of someone's dead brother J*RR*
160. Movie; 00s; Russian; arms dealer; other character; listed as deceased in file *A**A *OR
161. Movie; 00s; Albanian; financier, criminal operative; Recurring-C (Recurring-A if you count a later image in cardboard cut-out); Quantum, SPECTRE (latter indirectly); banker who finances the world's terrorist organizations [**] *****R*
163. Movie; 00s; Austrian?; criminal operative, assassin; Recurring-A; Quantum, SPECTRE; recurring adversaryn prior to thallium poisoning [*R.] W**T*
164. Movie; 80s; German; mercenary, assassin; main villain; ordered top cut someone off as they were leaving biathlon course **A**
166. TV Special; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; accompanied someone on helicopter ride JA*** *O**
167. Movie; 00s; Italian; opera singer/actress or singer, depending on how you look at it; Recurring-D; none?; seen on stage in opera performance **OR*A TO**A
168. Movie; 10s-20s; British; Member of Parliament, Home Secretary, minister of the court, president of the court; British Government; consistently negative about someone's actions during recent security crisis **A*R *O*AR
169. Movie; 10s-20s; British; undercover agent; Secret Intelligence Service; one of five undercover agents whose cover was blown by someone after he uploaded images of them on a YouTube video *A* ******
170. Movie (deleted scene); 70s; unrevealed; harpist; The Whyte House; played harp  from a floating island in a nearby swimming pool *AR*A
171. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; targeted by someone sitting on a bed with him JA*** *O**
172. Movie; 00s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; provided intel on someone recently deceased **** TA***R
173. Movie; 90s; Russian; KGB officer turned mafia boss, businessman; Recurring-A; KGB turned independent; years earlier was shot in the leg by someone who also stole his car and "his girl" *A***T** ***O****
174. Movie; 60s; Soviet; Director of Military Intelligence; Soviet Embassy of Istanbul; seen in a conference at the embassy [****RA*] *A*****
175. Movie; 10s-20s; British; assistant; Secret Intelligence Service; assisted in an attempt to retrieve a hard drive *A****A
176. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; mercenary, professional assassin, enforcer; KGB; usually seen with personal stereo and strangulation is his preferred killing method ***RO*
177. Movie; 80s; American; entrepreneur, marine researcher, narcotics smuggler; Sanchez Cartel, Ocean Exotica, Wavekrest Marine Research;  used his company, Wavekrest Marine Research, to move cocaine for drug cartel ***TO* *R**T
178. Movie; 00s; Bolivian/Russian; intelligence operative; Bolivian Secret Service, independent; seeking revenge for the murder of her family by exiled dictator *A***** *O*T** R***RO
179. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; scientist; Stromberg Shipping (contracted); one of two scientists (the other 353) suspected by main villain of trying to sell the scaled-down photographic reproductions of submarine tracking system schematics to competing world powers [*RO****OR] *AR*O**T*
180. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); socialite; Recurring-C; none?; part of scheme to ply two Germans with drink and food in an attempt to learn how German U-boats made it through the British minefields near Norway A** *******
182. Movie; 60s; Australian; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland A**TRA**A* A**** O* **AT*
183. Movie; 10s-20s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; assigned to guard a safe drive containing information on undercover agents embedded into terrorist groups RO**O*
184. Movie; 80s; Indian; bodyguard, enforcer; main villain; destroyed rigged dice someone used in a game of backgammon at a hotel casino *O****A
185. Movie; 60s; American; gangster; American Mafia; with 280 and someone in part 2, was promised one million dollars in stolen gold bullion but was doublecrossed J** *******T
186. TV Episode; 50s-60s; Soviet; intelligence operative; SMERSH?; believed someone was trying to poison her with cyanide pills and tried to do the same back *O**A ***O*A
187. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; tried to flee with fake Fabergé Egg he stole from circus *O****-O* ****
188. Movie; 90s; French; helicopter pilot; Eurocopter Tiger; did test flight of new helicopter prototype [****T**A*T] *RA**O** *RO***
189. Movie; 70s; American; stand-up comic; main villain; acted as part of diamond smuggling pipeline **A** T***
190. TV Episode; 50s-60s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; encountered Russian spy while on holiday JA*** *O**
191. Movie; 60s; British; quartermaster; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; replaced someone's Beretta 418 .25 pistol with a Walther PPK handgun [*AJOR] *OOT*RO**
192. Movie; 00s; British; international liaison officer; Recurring-C (Recurring-A if you count archive footage); HM Treasury, Quantum, SPECTRE (latter indirectly); forced to act as double agent due to lover being taken hostage *****R ****
193. TV Movie; 80s; British?; unable to determine; unable to determine; the page with with most info on her got taken down, but actress playing her has a middle name that is usually masculine when a first name ***A S*. *A*R***
194. Movie; 80s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; with someone in part two, rescued someone from the Moroccan police in Tangiers
195. Movie; 90s; German; enforcer, torturer, head of security; Carver Media Group Network; shot at survivors of torpedoed ship R***AR* *TA***R
196. Movie; 80s; Soviet; assassin, circus performer; various characters; pinned someone to a cabin door with knives *R*****A
197. Movie; 60s; French; assassin, secret society member; SPECTRE; faked death and posed as own widow JA***** *O**AR
198. Movie; 60s; French; intelligence operative; Smersh; posed as a widow to try to discredit someone [A***T] ****
199. Movie; 80s; British; spy ship crew member; Secret Intelligence Service; responsible for using the ATAC system when a mine hit the ship ***R**OR
200. Movie; 90s; British; navy lieutenant commander; Royal Navy; second-in-command of the British Type 23 frigate, HMS Devonshire [****T**A*T *O**A***R] **T*R ****
201. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Central Intelligence Agency; pointed out main villain emerging from hotel for daily card game ***** ***T*R
202. Movie; 60s; French; police inspector; French Special Police; met up with someone in a French pissoir [******TOR] *AT***
203. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; criminal operative; SPECTRE; pursued by someone during the Day of the Dead parade at the Zocalo in Mexico City *AR*O ***ARRA
204. Movie; 70s; Thai; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; discussed the solex agitator with someone [****T**A*T] ***
205. Movie; 90s; British; media mogul; own company; attempted to provoke a war between the United Kingdom and China in order to destroy the Chinese government and use the new government to obtain exclusive broadcasting rights in China ***OT *A***R
206. Movie; 80s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed; offered somone sausage and beer ***AT**
207. Movie; 60s; British/Dutch/Indonesian; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; uncovered a plan to sell compromising photographs of military leaders from the USA, USSR, China and Great Britain at an "art auction *ATA *O**
208. Movie; 80s; unable to determine; nuclear physicist, henchman; SPECTRE; was neverous when speaking to one villain, thyough another villain acted more fatherly towards him *O****
209. Movie; 70s; Thai; unrevealed; other character; seen skinny dipping in a pool ***W ***
210. Movie; 00s; British (England); intelligence operative, publicist; Secret Intelligence Service, Graves Corporation; Harvard-educated, gold medal-winning Olympic fencer **RA**A *RO*T
211. Movie; 90s; Russian/Bosnian; anarchist terrorist; KGB turned independemt; conspired with billionaire heiress to monopolize the world's oil market for profit R**AR* (***TOR *O*A*)
212. Movie; 10s-20s; Mexican; field operative; Mexican Secret Service; accompanied someone at the Day of the Dead celebrations in Mexico City **TR***A
213. Movie; 70s; Swedish; unrevealed; main villain; mistress of professional assassin A**R*A A***R*
214. Movie; 60s; Cayman Islander; fisherman; various characters; helped collect rock samples from the island of Crab Key **ARR**
215. Movie; 80s; American; Director of Oil and Mines; San Francisco City Hall; unwittingly aided psychotic industrialist in his plot to destroy Silicon Valley W.*. *OW*
216. Movie; 80s; British; assistant secretary; Secret Intelligence Service; was given a bouquet of carnations *****O** **A***O**
217. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; unrevealed; unrevealed; wanted someone to "make love" to her ***** *AR**A**
218. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army; with 150 and 303, invited to a demonstration of a new satellite that supposed could provide sunlight to areas of the world which lack it in order to promote agricultural development in cold climate countries [****RA*] *A*
219. Movie; 80s; Cuban; freelance hitman; main villain; hired to kill a family ****OR *O**A***
220. TV Episode; 80s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-C; SPECTRE?; interviewed on talk show *R**T *TA*RO **O****
221. TV Miniseries; 10s-20s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division; initially a mischievous playboy who is chasing women, collecting books and living off his family's fortune *A* *******
222. Movie; 60s; Jamaican?; army general; Jamaican government; aided somone in investigation of main villain [****R**T*****T] ****
223. Movie; 80s; Isthmian; national president; Isthmus, Sanchez Cartel;  he and others were bribed and intimidated into becoming thralls of drug baron and his cartel ***TOR *O***
224. Movie; 90s; Swiss; banker; La Banque Suisse de L'Industrie; involved in a number of deals with terrorists and other international criminals *A**A***
225. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; participated in casino poker match *A***O****
226. Movie; 10s-20s; British; scientist; Secret Intelligence Service; with others, worked for over a decade on the creation of the nanonweapon Heracles [*R.] *****
227. Movie; 60s; British; quartermaster, branch head; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; gave someone a case containing a throwing-knife, anti-tampering mechanism with a magnetised tear-gas cartridge (disguised as a tin of talcum powder), and fifty gold sovereigns [*AJOR] *OOT*RO**
228. Movie; 90s; Canadian; navy admiral, representative; Canadian Armed Forces, Royal Canadian Navy; lured back to woman's yacht, the Manticore, for a night of fun [A***RA*] ***** *ARR**
229. Movie; 70s; British (England)?; former intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; unlike other versions, this version is a villain JA*** *O**
230. Movie; 60s; Scandinavian; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland
231. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence agency Head; American Secret Service, Central Intelligence Agency, FBI, possibly others; has a habit of introducing himself with a stream of "alphabet soup", including all the organisations and branches he is involved with RA**O**
232. Movie; 80s; Japanese; narcotics agent posing as drug lord; Hong Kong Narcotics Agency; tasked with infiltrating drug lord's operations in Isthmus *OT*
233. Movie; 80s; Indian; station head; Secret Intelligence Service; escorrted someone to hotel, pointing out a palace along the way *A*R*****
234. Movie; 60s; British (England) but posing as Austrian; henchwoman posing as countess; other character; mistress of smuggler; sent to extract information from someone **** *O* ****A*
235. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchwoman; main villain; escorted two characters to their rooms [***T*R] ****
236. TV Episode; 80s; British; agency head; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; upset by amounts on someone's bills
238. TV Episode; 90s; British; agency head; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; listened to a threat to blow up the White House or the Kingdome, or at least a tent near the latter
239. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; ordered killed by the ruler of San Monique *AW**
240. Movie; 80s; Chinese; drug dealer; own cartel?; with others, offered exclusive franchises in main villain's cocaine product, priced at one million US dollars per territory [*R.] TA*  [partial LOCKED; only one letter remaining in second word (first is salutation); letters/numbers found at time of locking: AJORTW]
241. Movie; 70s; American; professional gambler?; independent?; lost all his money in a vain attempt to win the affections of opportunist/hustler *A***
242. Movie; 70s; Thai; businessman, industrialist; independent; hired assassin to kill scientist and recover an item *A* *AT
243. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; participated  in raid on Fort Knox JO****
244. Movie; 80s; French; personal pilot; Drax Industries, Drax Airlines; provided someone with an aerial tour of someone else's property *OR**** ***O*R
245. Movie; 70s; British; diamond syndicate chairman; British Government; raised concerns with the Prime Minister regarding the increase in smuggling from South Afican mines, urging the British Secret Service to become involved [**R] *O*A** *****R
246. Movie; 80s; American; stockbroker turned accountant; Sanchez Cartel; questioned the financial aspects of someone's decisions TR****-*O***
247. Movie; 60s; British; taxi driver, intelligence operative; Foreign Office, Security Service; assisted someone in her infiltration of International Mother's Help in Berlin *AR*TO* TO**R*
248. Movie; 70s; San Monique; reptile handler, tribal chief; Voodoo Cult; eliminated someone's enemies via sacrifices *A**A*A
249. Movie; 90s; British; navy chief petty officer; Royal Navy; crew member of the British Type 23 frigate, HMS Devonshire [***** **TT* O*****R] J. T*TT  [partially LOCKED; only one letter remainingin non-salutation part; letters/numbers found at time of locking: AJORTW]
250. Movie; 70s; American; diamond smuggler; SPECTRE; claimed she was named after her (accidental) birthplace, where her parents were going through a choice of wedding bands T***A** *A**
251. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); socialite; none?; mother of major character [*A**] ****** *******
252. Movie; 60s; French; bodyguard, assassin, secret society member; SPECTRE; waited for someone outside the chapel where the latter's fake funeral is taking place *R**O*
253. Movie; 60s; British; air force group captain; Royal Air Force; responsible for overseeing a NATO training flight which was subsequently hijacked by SPECTRE *AW*O*
254. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; stand-up comic?; unrevealed; did a monologue on a beach ***** ******R**
255. Movie; 70s; British; ballistics expert; Secret Intelligence Service; helped analyse the remains of the bullet that killed someone *O*T*OR**
256. Movie; 60s; German; personal assistant, criminal operative; SPECTRE; trapped someone on plane with a smoke bomb and a wooden restraint ****A *RA**T
258. Movie; 00s; Canadian; intelligence operative; Canadian Security Intelligence Service; someone saved her from being compromised *ORR*** ****A*
259. Movie; 00s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed; mistook someone for a valet, and gave him his car keys in order to park his Range Rover *****T*
260. Movie; 80s; Soviet; assassin, circus knife-thrower; various characters; attacked someone with welding torch ******A
261. Movie; 80s; Greek; henchman, smuggler; other character; aids someone in fight to stop Soviet agents in Greece *ARA**OR**
262. TV Episode; 50s-60s; French; intelligence operative; Soviet Union; henchman for main villain *A***
263. Movie; 60s; Turkish; fisherman turned station head; Secret Intelligence Service; years ago infiltrated a traveling circus, working as a strongman and wrestler, and spied on the Russians, pretending he didn't know the language A** **R** ***
264. Movie; 80s; Greek; guerilla soldier turned smuggler; Greek Resistance turned independent; red herring character in terms of main villain ***O* *O****O
265. Movie; 00s; Greek; government contractor; Quantum; beaten in a game of poker three kings to three aces A*** ****TR*O*
266. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchman; SPECTRE; imposter used in training exercise *A** *A*** *O**
267. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; cultist, bodyguard; Octopus Cult; tasked with taking someone to their room *W***O****
268. Movie; 80s; Greek; henchman, driver, assassin; main villain; participated in the finding of St. Georges (a ship) A*O*T**
269. Movie; 80s; American; drug enforcement operative; Drug Enforcement Administration; informed by someone over the phone that his boss had been maimed *A*****
270. Movie; 70s; American;  would-be assistant to wealthy men; independent?; upon stating her first name was told "You certainly are" ****T* O'TOO**
271. Movie; 60s; German; criminal, enforcer; Recurring-C; Red Lightning Tong turned SPECTRE; first seen at the Shrublands health spa [*O**T] *****
272. Movie; 70s; British; nuclear submarine staff officer/captain; Royal Navy; British nuclear submarine staff officer who is the first to learn about the mysterious disappearance of the HMS Ranger [*A*TA**] ****O*
273. Movie; 70s; Thai; ninja; Martial Arts School; student in the training school of wealthy industrialist ****A
274. Movie; 60s; East German; spy trainer, assistant; Smersh; when he gets overexcited, this heart causes him trouble and to go too fast *O*O
276. Movie; 70s; British; solar energy scientist; Secret Intelligence Service;  employed by Thai multi-millionaire industrialist to develop a solution to the world's ongoing energy crisis ****O*
277. Movie; 00s; Cuban; gene therapist, clinic director; La Clinica Alvarez; corrupt director of the DNA replacement therapy clinic, La Clinica Alvarez, on the Isla de Los Organos, Cuba, who helped North Korean military officer and smuggler change identity [*R.] A**AR**
278. Movie; 10s-20s; French; criminal board member; SPECTRE; one of the SPECTRE board members who secretly met at the Palazzo Cadenza in Rome following the death of an operative *OR*A*
279. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; equestrian, enforcer; main villain; in San Francisco City Hall, after a murder, appeared in the doorway with petrol canisters and begins to douse the carpeting so the building can be set aflame J**** ****
280. Movie; 60s; American; gangster; American Mafia; with 185 and someone in part 2, was promised one million dollars in stolen gold bullion but was doublecrossed JA** *TRA*
281. Movie; 60s; French; liaison; Secret Intelligence Service; attended a funeral [****.] *A *ORT*
282. Movie; 60s; American; actor, dancer; independent?; shot by backwards firing gun **OR** RA*T
283. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; helped someone find a hijacked plane that was carrying two atomic bombs, which they eventually find along with the corpse of the phony NATO observer ***** ***T*R
285. Movie; 60s; Chinese–Jamaican; freelance photographer, spy; Daily Gleaner; employed by main villain to spy on someone A**A*** *****
286. Movie; 80s; Soviet; intelligence operative; KGB; taped an incriminating conversation between main villain and his oil company chief *O*A **A*O*A
287. Movie; 00s; British; section chief/double agent; Secret Intelligence Service; corrupt MI6 section chief in Prague, Czech Republic *R****
288. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; bodyguard, enforcer; main villain;  present in the Bahamas on-board Le Chiffre's luxury yacht, as the main villain plays poker *RATT   [LOCKED; only one letter remaining; letters/numbers found at time of locking: AJORTW]
289. Movie; 80s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed; thoguht someone was crazy for turning down sausage and beer
290. Movie; 60s; American?; masseuse; Fontainebleau Miami Beach Hotel; was slapped on the behind as she left the man she was massaging so he could have a private conversation with someone else
291. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; bodyguard, enforcer; Quantum; helped main villain  reclaim $101,206,000 due to a failed plot to sabotage an aerospace company **O
292. Movie; 00s; Swiss; banker; James Bond Wiki suggests a casino he does business with but more likely his bank; responsible for all monetary transactions during and after tournaments at a casino
293. Movie; 80s; American; fisherman; own charter business; attended a wedding **AR***
294. Movie; 80s; British; secret society member; Recurring-C; SPECTRE; reported that the criminal organisation earned £250,000 as a consultation fee for the Great Train Robbery of 1963 ******R ****
295. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; trying to sneak into a place, was detected due to a flock of birds near him catching the guards' attention **A** *A******
296. Movie; 00s; French; intelligence operative; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; was falsely believed by Bond to have doublecrossed him R*** *AT***
297. Movie; 60s; Swiss; solicitor; main villain; acted as a middle-man between the College of Arms and the main villain ****O**
298. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; hotel manager; unnamed hotel; very helpful man and gave the best of his guests *A****
299. Movie; 70s; American; ranger; Ranger Station 1; owned the fastest boat in the bayou and worked for the State Wildlife Department Ranger Station 1 *****-*O*
300. Movie; 70s; American; mortician, diamond smuggler; own company;  part of the diamond smuggling pipeline from South Africa via Europe *ORTO* ******R
301. Movie; 10s-20s; American; secret society member; SPECTRE; at a meeting, listened to reports of the attacks on Hamburg and Indonesia *AR**A**
302. Movie; 60s; Japanese; sumo wrestler; presumed Dewanoumi; gave someone tickets to a match *A*A*O*A*A *****AT**
303. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army; with 150 and 218, invited to a demonstration of a new satellite that supposed could provide sunlight to areas of the world which lack it in order to promote agricultural development in cold climate [****RA*] **
304. Movie; 10s-20s; unrevealed; secret society member; SPECTRE; present at the SPECTRE meeting at the Palazzo Cadenza in Rome *A**R***
305. Movie; 90s; Japanese;  terrorist, chemical weapons expert; ADFL (Congolese Rebels in Zaire); wanted for the Tokyo subway sarin gas attack *ATO*** **A**RA
306. Movie; 80s; Korean?; bodyguard, enforcer?; Recurring-C; unable to determine; leapt off the Eiffel Tower with a parachute O**JO*
307. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; security agent; SPECTRE; seen during the SPECTRE meeting in Rome *OR***O
308. Movie; 10s-20s; British-French; none; none; daughter of major supporting character *AT***** *WA**
309. Movie; 60s;American; entrepreneur; independent/own company; reclusive American billionaire industrialist whose vast business empire and identity are subsequently stolen by main villain W***AR* W**T*
310. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchman; other character; attacked someone he later became an ally of in hotel home in Monte Carlo
311. TV Movie; 80s; German?; military general; National Socialist German Workers’ Party; main villain [***.] **R*AR* *********
312. Movie; 80s; French; enforcer, head of security, pilot; Zorin Industries; head of security for the illicit business dealings of billionaire industrialist **AR****
313. TV Movie; 80s; unable to determine; unable to determine; unable to determine; info sparse and I never watched this *A****
314. Movie; 80s; French; intelligence agent; French Secret Service; Secret Service contact in the South of France A***T T*R** TW**T*-*** (***O**)
315. Movie; 60s; no citizenship; place of birth unrevealed; pet; Recurring-A or B (hard to tell because the movies tend to use multiple cats); main villain; in one instance another cat was mistaken for this one **O****'* W**T* *AT
316. Movie; 80s; Soviet; unrevealed; KGB; was partly stripped by someone to distract guards R**A**T**
317. Movie; 90s; British; lab assistant turned quartermaster; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; trained to replace another character
318. Movie; 10s-20s; Russian; terrorist leader, scientist, anarchist; independent; motivated to take down the criminal organisation SPECTRE for the deaths of his family at the hands of assassin ***T****R *A***
319. Movie; 60s; British; poultry farmer, sleeper agent (unknowingly); main villain (unknowingly); poultry allergy sufferer from Morecambe Bay, Lancashire R*** *ART**TT
320. Movie; 60s; British?; retired intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Smersh, Secret Intelligence Service; former secret agent who has since become a multi-millionaire with a penchant for wearing ridiculously extravagant outfits at her office *****R ****
321. Movie; 90s; Russian; computer technician, cyber-terrorist; Janus Syndicate; believed himself to be invincible *OR** **A*O**** *R******O
322. Movie; 60s; American; scientist; W.W. Tectronics, G Section; had been working for the company in "G section" for three years and was part of a team constructing an orbital laser weapon **A** **R**R*******
323. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; took part in a poker match at a casino in Montenegro [*A*A*] W* [partially LOCKED; only one letter remaining in second word (first is saluation; letters found at time of locking: RW]
324. Movie; 60s; Chinese; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; argued with someone about the taste of the Chinese being different than all other women
325. Movie; 90s; Russian; lounge singer; unidentified St. Petersburg nightclub; worked as a singer at club in St. Petersburg, but appeared to be completely tone deaf *R**A
326. Movie; 00s; Swiss; enforcer, criminal operative; Quantum, Greene Planet; tasked with assisting mission to secure a resource-rich patch of land in Latin America by funding the overthrow of the Bolivian president in favor for exiled Bolivian General
327. Movie; 80s; American; diver, killer; Wavekrest Marine Research, Sanchez Cartel; murdered a friend of Bond's
328. Movie; 90s; unrevealed; television news presenter; Carver Media Group Network; present during a party at Hamburg media center, celebrating the launch of a new CMGN satellite TA*ARA *T***
329. Movie; 80s; British; quartermaster; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; felt that things had been dull in the absense of another character
330. Movie; 70s; Italian; secretary; other character(s); secretary to Egyptian black market trader ******A
331. Movie; 00s; British; agency head; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; sent someone to execute a duplicitous station chief in Prague, Czech Republic and his informant O****A *A*******
332. Movie; 00s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; tripped and fell into the crowd while chasing someone *ART*R
333. Movie; 00s; French; environmentalist, criminal, company founder/head; Recurring-A; Quantum, Greene Planet, SPECTRE (indirectly); spearheading the Tierra Project in Bolivia *O***** *R****
334. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; driver; Secret Intelligence Service; drove someone to the circus in East Germany *AR*
335. Movie; 80s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; picked someone up after he arrived in New York **AR***
336. Movie; 00s; Algerian (but born in Egypt); intelligence operative, terrorist, honeytrap; Quantum, SPECTRE (indirectly); seduced high-ranking women with valuable connections ***** ****RA
337. Movie; 10s-20s; British; assistant; Secret Intelligence Service; briefly met with Bond and another character A***O* *****
338. Movie; 80s; American; drug enforcement agent; Drug Enforcement Administration;  accepted a $2 million bribe to free drug baron from U.S. custody ** *******R
339. Movie; 10s-20s; Austrian; terrorist mastermind; Recurring-A; SPECTRE, Independent; murdered father in a staged avalanche in Kitzbühel due to father's close relationship with  foster brother *R**T *TA*RO **O**** (*RA** O***R*A***R)
340. Movie; 10s-20s; British; scientist; Secret Intelligence Service; responsible for the development of nanoweapon [*R.] *AR**
341. Commercial; 90s; Polish?; unrevealed; Recurring-C; unrevealed if any; seen riding a highway or tour bus JAW* [LOCKED; only one letter remaining; Letters found at time of locking: AJORW]
342. Movie; 00s; Italian; card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; took part in casino poker match TO*****
343. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)?; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; put can in trash bag and then dropped the bag JA*** *O**
344. Movie; 60s; East German; spy trainer; Smersh, International Mothers' Help; ran school for spies, based in East Berlin, that is a Smersh cover operation [*RA*] *O****R
345. Movie; 90s; Russian; army major general; Armed Forces of the Russian Federation; was Russia's liaison to the joint MI6 / Admirality team in the British Situation Room [*A*OR ****RA*] ****AR**
346. Movie; 70s; American; unrevealed; unrevealed; accompanied husband on holiday in Thailand *A****** *****R
347. Movie; 10s-20s; British; intelligence operative turned secretary; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; inadvertently shot ally non-fatally *** *O*********
348. Movie; 80s; Soviet; military lieutenant-general; USSR; believed that the Warsaw Pact had a decisive advantage over NATO in conventional military strength that was being tossed away by its leaders in détente [****T**A*T-****RA*] OR*O*
349. Movie; 70s; French; henchwoman; main villain; someone choked her with her bikini top to extract info on main villain's whereabouts *AR**
350. Movie; 00s; Ugandan; resistance army commander; Lord's Resistance Army, Quantum; angered that main villain lost his money *T**** O*A**O
351. Movie; 10s-20s; Cuban; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; despite claiming to have had only three weeks of training, proved to be highly effective in combat ***O*A
352. Movie; 60s; Turkish; station agent; Secret Intelligence Service; someone asked to help to get across the frontier between Yugoslavia and Trieste *****T
353. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; scientist; Stromberg Shipping; one of two scientists (the other 353) suspected by main villain of trying to sell the scaled-down photographic reproductions of submarine tracking system schematics to competing world powers [*R.] *****A**
354. Movie; 60s; Mexican; assassin, enforcer; other character; involved in plot of selling heroin through the front of selling bananas *A****O
355. TV Episode; 00s; British?; unwilling criminal agent; Recurring-C; other character (unwillingly); had to work for villain because her brother was being held hostage ***** *A*OR*
357. Movie; 80s; Greek; guerilla soldier turned heroin smuggler, intelligence operative; USSR, Great Britain, Greek Resistance (formerly), KGB; hired by KGB to obtain the ATAC device AR** *R**TATO*
358. Movie; 60s; Soviet; cipher clerk, army corporal; Soviet Armed Forces, SPECTRE (Unknowingly); originally was a ballerina, but had to abandon her goal of dancing for the Bolshoi Ballet when she grew one inch taller than the maximum height permitted for girls TAT*A*A R**A*O*A
359. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; claimed to be on her second assignment RO*** *AR**R
360. Movie; 60s; Soviet; embassy Chief of Security; Soviet Embassy of Istanbul; seen in conference that was spied upon *O**O****
361. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative, laboratory assistant; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; helped test an arm cast, which flipped out and crushed the head of an adjacent dummy ***T**R*
362. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; possible professional gambler; independent?; watched a card game that she did not participate in *R**
363. TV Movie; 10s-20s; British (England); model; likely modeling agency; nickname was the sound a farm animal makes **R*** "*OO" WR****
364. Movie; 70s; Soviet; intelligence operative; KGB; tried to assassinate someone on a downhill ski chase in Austria **R*** *AR*O*
365. Movie; 00s; American; military general; American army; leader of the American army in the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea [****RA*] **A****R
366. Movie; 60s; British; navy chief petty officer turned butler; Royal Navy; greeted someone at the front door and took him to his former Admiral, whom he was now the butler for [***** **TT* O*****R] ****O**
367. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; criminal associate; Quantum; tried to poison someone during casino match *A****A
368. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; criminal operative, professional assassin;  SPECTRE; broke out of Dartmoor Prison and two years later was recruited by the international criminal organisation SPECTRE and from then on trained as an agent and assassin R** *RA*T
369. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; criminal operative?; unrevealed; while sitting on bed with someone, pulled out gun and threatened to kill him **A** **ATO*
370. Movie; 00s; British; field agent; Secret Intelligence Service; with another agent, tazed someone and dragged him away W****A**
371. Movie; 00s; American; section chief; Central Intelligence Agency; negotiated a deal with someone to ignore his orchestrated coup in Bolivia in exchange for oil *R**OR* ***WOO* "*R***" **A*
372. Movie; 00s; Bolivian; army general; Bolivia; military dictator of his home country, Bolivia, but was later overthrown and exiled [****RA*] *A*RA*O

 


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Re: Gotta Catch 'em All Challenge 62 Collage 50 James Bond Live 1 of 2

For locked characters *=newly added.
LOCKED CHARACTERS:
25*
92
128
288*
341
Some one-letter characters

PARTIALLY LOCKED CHARACTERS:
108
136
240*
249*
323
Some characters with one-letter code names

Other clues:
Two different characters played by the same actress decades appear consecutively.
There are six instances of a fictional/fictionalized character playing a fictional character, of which four are covered in the next point.
There are five characters from the Bond Girls skit mentioned in the first post, of which four are covered by rule 13.
There is one instance of the same character played by two actors in the same movie where both versions are in part 1. One has been identified, one has not.
Two consecutive characters phonetically (and with only one letter difference) give you the name of a major character from Agents of SHIELD

 


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Re: Gotta Catch 'em All Challenge 62 Collage 50 James Bond Live 1 of 2

For the James Bond Hangman round, numbers spelled out where applicable because there are fewer than in the superhero rounds (but do use the actual numbers in answers where appropriate). If a one word name (M, Q, or R) has a known or implied real name, that will be used instead; otherwise such characters will be locked but not noted as such.

The Random Number Generator picks P.

Letters found so far: AJOPRTW

See first post for explamation of Recurring categories.

1. Movie; 00s; Russian; politician, secret society member; Quantum, Russian Government; one of several peoples attending a meeting during an opera performance ****OR *ARA*O*
2. Movie; 80s; Afghan; Deputy Commander of the Eastern District; Mujaheddin, Snow Leopard Brotherhood; freed by Bond from a prison during Bond's own escape attempt *A*RA* **A*
3. Movie; 70s; British (England); diamond smuggler, transport consultant; major villain (unknowingly); impersonated by Bond  P*T*R *RA***
4. Movie; 70s; American; astronaut; W Technologies; astronaut testing or training on Whyte-manufactured moon landing equipment *ARR*
5. Movie; 70s; San Monique; crime kingpin, politician; Voodoo Cult; using poppies, hoped to flood the U.S. market with two tonnes of heroin distributed through his legitimate restaurants free of charge, thus forcing other drug dealers out of business. *R. *** [(*R.) *A*A**A
6. Movie; 80s; Soviet; KGB General; KGB; Bond was set to kill him but was distristful about the reasons [****RA*] **O*** P******
8. Movie; 70s; American; flying school student; Bleeker Flying School; was in a plane that was targeted by henchmen [*R*.] ****
9. TV Episode; 50s-60s; British; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; British Intelligence; gave someone 32 million francs to allow him to keep playing in a casino **AR**** ***T*R
10. Movie; 90s; Russian; atomic scientist; Russian Atomic Energy Department; gave someone  a plane necessary to steal a nuclear weapon set to be dismantled in Kazakhstan [*R.] ****A** AR*O*
12. Movie; 80s; British; butler, security operative; Secret Intelligence Service; discovered assassins dumping a cook's body into a chest freezer *R*** *O*R
13. Movie; 80s; East German; intelligence operative, biathlete; KGB; young woman was interested in him but he only scowled at her *R*** *R*****R
14. Movie; 90s; French; helicopter pilot; Eurocopter Tiger; captain of new helicopter prototype [*A*T.] **R*AR* JA***RT
15. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; had blood thrown at him *A****
16. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; professional assassin, criminal operative; Recurring-C; SPECTRE; deployed in order to protect the secrecy of SPECTRE's plot **PP*
17. Movie; 00s; Japanese; chemical engineer; other character; seen only in a photo, along with 160 and someone in part 2 ***** *AWA*OWA
18. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; diamond trader; other character; contracted to supply rogue colonel with African conflict diamonds in exchange for weaponry *A* ***R*
19. Movie; 90s; Russian; programmer;  none; unknowingly friends with a villain, whom she saw as an annoying little brother *ATA**A **O*ORO**A ***O*O*A
20. Movie; 60s; Chinese; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland ******* A**** O* **AT*
21. Movie; 60s; British?; adjutant; other character; newspaper hints that this character was intended to have a larger role in the film; instead was just present in a meeting between Bond and another character P****A*
22. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; tasked with arresting rogue agent dead or alive *A**O*
23. Movie; 60s; Japanese; intelligence operative; Japanese Secret Service; helped someone with ninja training and pretending to be Japanese A**
24. Movie; 80s; British (England); high ranking politician; Recurring-D; British Government, Conservative Party; based on real person *AR*AR*T T*AT***R
25. Movie; 70s; American; technology firm administrator; W.W. Tectronics; under his watch his company constructed an orbital laser weapon TO* [LOCKED; only one letter remaining; letters/numbers found at time of locking: AJORTW]
26. Movie; 80s; Italian; intelligence operative; British Secret Service; informed Bond about activities of a killer Bond was chasing ***** **RRARA
27. Movie; 60s; Irish; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland *R*** A**** O* **AT*
28. Movie; 70s; South African; houseboy; missionary school; read to school children JO***A
29. Movie; 70s; Soviet; KGB General; KGB, Ministry of Foreign Affairs; recurring ally of MI6 despite being on opposite sides during the Cold war [****RA*] A*ATO* *O*O*
30. Movie; 80s; Russian; curator; USSR; realized a piece of jewelry was a fake *OR**O*
31. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; businessman in novelization; other character; was involved with main villain's mistress A**AR**
32. Movie; 10s-20s; British; criminal operative; SPECTRE; attended a "birthday" festivity in Cuba [**R] ***A*T*A* *'AT*
34. Movie; 60s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-A if you count repeating footage, otherwise Recurring-B; Royal Navy, Secret Intelligence Service; targeted by unseen assailant whom he shot JA*** *O**
35. Movie; 90s; British; navy captain; Royal Navy; his ship was remotely meaconed off-course into Chinese-held waters by techno-terrorist [*O**A***R] R***AR* *A*
36. Movie; 80s; American; state geologist; State of California; her father passed before he could train her how to effectively maintain control over the family oil company *TA*** **TTO*
37. Movie; 60s; Russian; cipher clerk; Soviet Armed Forces; with 105, colleage of major supporting character (in the movie, not series as a whole) *ATA**A
38. Movie; 70s; American; enforcer, acrobat; major villain; with 142, tasked with imprisoning reclusive billionaire *A***
40. Movie; 70s; American; state trooper; Louisiana State Police; helped sheriff try to to catch people on the river
41. Movie; 90s; Russian; escort girl; other character; one of two such characters who entertained someone, the other being 137 **R****A
42. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)?; intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; unlike other versions of this character, could not hold his liquor ****TW****T JA*** *O**
43. Movie; 90s; American; media executive; Carver Media Group Network; tasked to arrange and report any news of havoc that would earn lots of ratings J*** *O***
44. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; honeytrap, intelligence operative; Smersh; masqueraded as a daughter of a late "MI5" head and is only identifiable by pseudonym P** **TARR*
45. Movie; 80s; American; Air Force commanding officer; U.S. Air Force; enjoyed a circus performance [****T**A*T ****RA*] P*T*R*O*
47. Movie; 00s; British; intelligence contact; other character; spotted someone shadowing him as he watched a cricket match *****R
48. Movie; 80s; no citizenship; place of birth unrevealed; pet; Recurring-B; major villain; abandoned his human after the latter's plot went awry *O*O*O*
49. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); intelligence operative; British Security Coordination; took someone to a bar that was considered a bit of a dive **AR *R***
50. Movie; 70s; British; navy captain; Royal Navy; with his nuclear submarine crew, taken captive by main villain [*O**A***R] TA**OT
51. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; terrorist, bomb maker; major villain; attended a mongoose/snake fight in Madagascar *O**A*A *A**O
52. Movie; 70s; American; sheriff; Recurring-A; Louisiana State Police; after previously pursuiing someone, encountered them again while on vacation in Thailand [***R***] J.W. P*PP*R [partially LOCKED; only one letter remaining in non-salutation part; letters found at time of locking: AJOPRTW]
54. Movie; 80s; Soviet; bomb expert; USSR; delivered a nuclear bomb to villains [****OR ****T**A*T] *A**
55. Movie; 70s; Cuban; detective, sleeper agent/intelligence operative; independent;  loaned someone a 1957 Ford Fairlane to travel to Los Organos RAO**
56. Movie; 70s; Chinese; student?; karate school?; with sister, helped defeat martial arts students **A
57. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; terrorist, weapons manufacturer; Quantum; used a Ugandan warlord's money to short-sell stock in a promising aerospace company, thus betting the money on the company's failure; character only known by alias *AR*O* ***O***
58. Movie; 90s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; was scolded for calling someone the Evil Queen of Numbers **** TA***R
59. Movie; 90s; Chinese; Military General; People's Liberation Army; intended to wipe out the Chinese top politicians and military officers with nuclear rocket and, afterwards, take over the government in China [****RA*] **A**
60. Movie; 60s; British; Air Force group captain; Royal Air Force; one of the men responsible for overseeing the recovery of atomic weapons hijacked by SPECTRE PR*T**AR*
61. Movie; 10s-20s; British; psychologist; Secret Intelligence Service; examined someone's mental health after he came back to MI6. [*O*TOR] *A**
62. Movie; 10s-20s; French; mercenary, assassin; Recurring-A only if you count picture; SPECTRE; upon discovering that he was being tailed, initiated a high speed car chase that attracted the attention of several local police officers PATR***
63. Movie; 70s; British; helicopter pilot, personal assistant; major villain; flirted with someone she tried to kill *AO**
64. Movie; 90s; British; Deputy Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; helped bring Bond up to speed on the latest events and the parameters of his mission **AR*** RO****O*
65. Movie; 80s; German; geneticist turned horse breeder, head scientist; Nazi Germany, Soviet Union, Zorin Industries; experiments led to babies who  were often psychotic in nature, but grew into children with gifted intelligence.  [**.] *AR* *ORT**R (*A** **A**)
66. Movie; 00s; British; Special Advisor to the Prime Minister, criminal operative; Quantum, British Government; one of several peoples attending a meeting during an opera performance *** *A****
67. Movie; 60s; Italian; infiltrator; SPECTRE; hired to assassinate and impersonate NATO pilot A****O PA*A***
68. Movie; 80s; British/Greek; unrevealed; Independent; located assassin who killed her parents at the villa he owned near Madrid, Spain, and went there to exact her revenge *****A *A***O**
69. Movie; 00s; British; personal security detail, sleeper agent; Secret Intelligence Service, Quantum; mole who passed annual security checks and lie detector tests *RA** **T*****
70. Movie; 80s; Isthmian; bank secretary; Banco de Isthmus; when someone arrived to make a "small deposit" in the bank (in reality, almost $5 million), she helped her patron count his money *O*****O
71. Movie; 00; North Korean; Military General; Korean People's Army; wished for a peaceful reunification of Korea, whereas his son wanted war [****RA*] *OO*
73. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division; got himself expelled from Eton and other prestigious public schools before his mother, fed up, sent him to work for Reuters *A* *******
74. Movie; 70s; Soviet; KGB agent; KGB; with another character, survived a fight with Bond in Egypt *OR**
75. Movie; 80s; Ukrainian SSR; General Secretary; Communist Party of the Soviet Union; oversaw a meeting of the Red Army military commissariat **O*** *R******
76. TV Episode; 00s; American; professional gambler?; none?; was shocked by the name of a woman who showed up at the table he was sitting at at a casino *WA*** *O****
77. Movie; 00s; Italian; unrevealed; other character; persuaded boyfriend to assist Bond ****A
78. Movie; 60s; American; professional gambler?; unrevealed; his secretary assisted a rival in cheating him in cards ****O**
79. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; unrevealed; unrevealed; someone was worried she'd trigger a code to a missile **A *******
80. Movie; 60s; Bahamian; intelligence operative, boating supplies shop owner; Secret Intelligence Service; operated from the basement of his boating supplies shop P****R
81. Movie; 80s; British; secretary; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; helped investigate sniper in Bratislava [****] *O*********
82. Movie; 60s; French; intelligence agency head; Deuxième Bureau; implored someone to come out of retirement to deal with org who has been eliminating agents ***RA**
83. TV Episode; 50-60s; French?; intelligence operative; Soviet Union; threatended someone with a cane-gun *O*TA*
84. Movie; 70s; British?; diamond smuggler, missionary teacher; SPECTRE (unknowingly); transported diamonds off the continent in a hollowed-out Bible [*R*.] W***T***
85. TV Episode (later expanded on DVD); 00s; British (England)?; intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; fought three hooded opponents JA*** *O**
87. Movie; 60s; Japanese; Head of Secret Service; Japanese Secret Service; headquarters is inside an underground train that constantly travels around the Tokyo subway for his protection T***R TA*A*A
88. Movie; 80s; Isthmian;  enforcer, henchman, advisor; Sanchez Cartel; with others, caught main villain's mistress with another man P*R**
89. Movie; 80s; American; police detective; Key West Police Department; investigated someone's maiming RA******
90. Movie; 80s; Greek/British (born in Greece); unrevealed; unrevealed; mother of 68 *O*A *A***O**
91. Movie; 10s-20s; French; consultant psychiatrist; Recurring-A; Hoffler Klinik, SPECTRE, Quantum (latter two via familial association); Bond incorrectly believed she had doublecrossed him [*R.] *A******* *WA**
92. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; maintenance and security officer/mechanic; major villain; unsuccessfully tried to flirt with someone *RA [LOCKED; only one letter remaining; Letters found at time of locking: AORW]
93. Movie; 00s; German; criminal operative; Quantum; met with someone in Venice to receive money A*O*P* **TT***
94. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative, astronaut; Central Intelligence Agency; spied on main villain *O*** *OO***A*
95. Movie; 60s; Italian; criminal operative; Recurring-C; SPECTRE; collected rare shark species for research and conservation purposes for marine institutes *****O *AR*O
98. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-A; SPECTRE; uncovered embezzlement and electrocuted the culprit *R**T *TA*RO **O****
99. TV Episode; 80s; British (England)?; businessman, criminal; independent?; petted a rabbit stuffed animal *O***T***
100. Movie; 60s; Chinese; technical liaison/nuclear fission specialist, intelligence operative; China; provided main villain with atomic bomb [*R.] ****
101. Movie; 80s; British; representative; Foreign and Commonwealth Office; informed someone that another character's yacht, the Flying Saucer, was now heading for Nice, France ***** **A**-*AW**TT
102. Movie; 80s; Belgian; henchman, professional assassin; Marseilles and Hong Kong drug syndicates; after being convicted of several particularly brutal murders, he was sentenced to life imprisonment in Namur Prison ***** **OPO** *O****
103. Movie; 00s; British; personal assistant; Secret Intelligence Service; gagged upon seeing open-eyed corpse ******R*
104. Movie; 90s; Ukrainian SSR; head of security, terrorist; King Industries; bhelped Russian scientist smuggle Parahawks *A**A *A***O*
105. Movie; 60s; Russian; cipher clerk; Soviet Armed Forces; with 37, colleage of major supporting character (in the movie, not series as a whole) *R**A
106. Movie; 70s; American; CIA agent; Central Intelligence Agency; posted around casino during risky diamond exchange
107. Movie; 70s; American; flying school owner?; own flying school; called someone for compensation after one of his places was destroyed ******R
108. Movie; 00s; Bolivian; military lieutenant; other character; accompanied his commanding officer to Port-au-Prince, Haiti for his meeting with someone [****T**A*T] OR*O [partially LOCKED; only one letter remaining in second word (first is saluation; letters found at time of locking: ORW]
109. Movie; 90s; British; construction magnate, oil magnate; King Industries; became a personal friend of major character after they read law together at Oxford [**R] RO**RT ****
111. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; took part ina poker match *A**AR*O
112. Movie; 90s; British; navy Fleet Commander; Royal Navy; received an urgent message from the Admiralty ordering the fleet to search for a nearby Stealth Ship [****-A***RA*] *****
113. Movie; 60s; British; secretary; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; given the task of establishing a rigorous programme to train male agents to ignore the charms of women [****] *O***P****
114. Movie; 90s; American; Head of Special Projects, vice-president of media company; Carver Media Group Network; tasked to arrange and report any news of havoc that would earn lots of ratings TO* WA**A**
115. Movie; 90s; Azerbaijani/British (England); oil tycoon, socialite, CEO; King Industries; kidnapped in a scheme to extort a large sum from her father, who refused to pay the ransome ****TR* ****
116. Movie; 60s; Jamaican; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland JA*A**A* A**** O* **AT*
118. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; assassin, enforcer; major villains; knocked out gondola technician and tried to help kill two agents *A****
119. Movie; 60s; Jamaican; shell diver; Independent; emerged from the sea collecting shells and singing "Under the Mango Tree"  *O*** R***R
120. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; guard; Zorin Industries; brought someone a helmet **RR*
121. TV Movie; 00s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division; during World War II was recruited as personal assistant to the Director of Naval Intelligence *A* *******
122. Movie; 80s; American; international arms dealer, mercenary, drug dealer; West Point,
Belgian Congo; his military career was a failure, so he turned to arms dealing to organize his own personal military force *RA* W**TA**R
123. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player?; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; lost with a straight flush in a poker match ****T*
124. TV Movie; 80s; unable to determine; unable to determine; unable to determine; the page with with most info on her got taken down, but played by someone who played another character in a movie [*A**] *ARO**** *OR****
126. Movie; 70s; Portuguese; gunsmith; independent; delivered golden bullets to someone at a casino *A*AR
127. Movie; 60s; likely none; likely none; Recurring-D; independent?; later played by the same actor in non-Bond movies *RA*****T*** *R*AT*R*
128. TV Movie; 00s; British (England); socialite; Recurring-C; none?; wife of major character A** *******
129. Movie; 60s; Romani; tribal leader; Romani camp; spied on the Bulgars, reporting information back to his old friend *A*RA  [LOCKED; only one letter remaining; Letters found at time of locking: AORW]
130. Movie; 60s; American?; copilot; Flying Circus; seen in flight from Switzerland to Kentucky
131. Movie; 90s; Russian; Military Colonel, commanding officer of a Soviet nuclear testing facility; CIS (СНГ) Military; commanded guards as the facility was being decommissioned [*O*O***] A*A*******
132. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Smersh; attempted to distract someone in baccarat game by performing elaborate magic tricksm [**] *****R*
133. Movie; 70s; Egyptian; intelligence informant; Secret Intelligence Service; advised someone  to contact a black market trader and then a businessman [******] *O*****
134. Movie; 10s-20s; Portuguese or British?; intelligence operative turned cyber-terrorist; Secret Intelligence Service, SPECTRE; committed a series of terrorist attacks as part of a larger plan to publicly discredit and kill someone RAO** ****A
135. Movie; 60s; British (England); navy commander, intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; impersonated someone in an effort to gain access to main villain JA*** *O**
136. TV Seres (pre-Bond), TV Special (Bond); 00s (pre-Bond), 10s-20s (Bond); British; housewife turned apparent office cleaner; Recurring-D; apparently Secret Intelligence Service in this instance; spoke to bond on a screen *A* (JOA*** TA**OR) [code name LOCKED; only one letter remaining; Letters found at time of locking: AORW]
137. Movie; 90s; Russian; escort girl; other character; one of two such characters who entertained someone, the other being 41 ***A
138. Movie; 70s; Chinese; henchwoman; main villain; ordered to watch someone who was changing in plane bathroom
139. Movie; 60s; British; secret service employee; Secret Intelligence Service; began training to resist seductive women *OOP*R
140. Movie; 60s; German; bodyguard, criminal operative; SPECTRE; fed main villain's pet piranhas *A**
141. Movie; 90s; unrevealed; stealth ship captain, security agent; Carver Media Group Network, Stealth Ship;  direct participant in plans to provoke a war between the United Kingdom and China [*APTA**] **OTT
142. Movie; 70s; American; enforcer, acrobat; main villain; with 38, tasked with imprisoning reclusive billionaire T***P*R
143. Movie; 80s; Nicaraguan; henchman, enforcer; Sanchez Cartel, Contras; with others, caught main villain's mistress with another man *AR*O
145. Movie; 60s; American; enforcer; main villain;  in charge of gassing the members of the mafia with Nerve Gas
146. Movie; 90s; American; media executive; Carver Media Group Network; spoke to someone in a meeting giving an update via video uplink ***** *A****O*
147. Movie; 70s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; said in meeting that the CIA had verifed main villain's fingerprints on bullet **** TA***R
148. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; sent to keep and eye on someone and diamonds *A*W****
149. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; terrorist; SPECTRE; participated in an attempt in Mexico to blow up a stadium *A**O
150. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army; with 218 and 303, invited to a demonstration of a new satellite that supposed could provide sunlight to areas of the world which lack it in order to promote agricultural development in cold climate countries [****RA*] *A**JA** *O**
151. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; got caught up in a winning streak in a casino JA*** *O**
152. Movie; 80s; Soviet; military general, intelligence operative; Soviet Union; faked his defection as part of an illicit arms and drug deal [****RA*] **OR** *O**O*
153. Movie; 60s; Mexican; intelligence operative; Mexican Government?; congratulated someone on destroying heroin lab ***RRA
154. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Central Intelligence Agency; shadowed Bond starting at Kingston Airport ***** ***T*R
155. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; circus leader, smuggler, henchwoman; Octopus Cult; cheated against a major in backgammon *A**A
156. Movie; 70s; American; navy captain; US Navy; ordered the destruction of main villain's submarine platform [*O**A***R] *ART*R
157. Movie; 80s; American; geologist; Zorin Industries; previously employed as chief engineer in a South African gold mine, where a cave-in killed twenty miners *O* *O****
158. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-B; SPECTRE (unclear if still active at this point); targeted someone in a cemetery *R**T *TA*RO **O****
159. Movie; 70s; American; customs officer; US Government; at Los Angeles International Airport, wanted to check the supposed body of someone's dead brother J*RR*
160. Movie; 00s; Russian; arms dealer; other character; listed as deceased in file *A**A *OR
161. Movie; 00s; Albanian; financier, criminal operative; Recurring-C (Recurring-A if you count a later image in cardboard cut-out); Quantum, SPECTRE (latter indirectly); banker who finances the world's terrorist organizations [**] *****R*
163. Movie; 00s; Austrian?; criminal operative, assassin; Recurring-A; Quantum, SPECTRE; recurring adversaryn prior to thallium poisoning [*R.] W**T*
164. Movie; 80s; German; mercenary, assassin; main villain; ordered top cut someone off as they were leaving biathlon course **A**
166. TV Special; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; accompanied someone on helicopter ride JA*** *O**
167. Movie; 00s; Italian; opera singer/actress or singer, depending on how you look at it; Recurring-D; none?; seen on stage in opera performance **OR*A TO**A
168. Movie; 10s-20s; British; Member of Parliament, Home Secretary, minister of the court, president of the court; British Government; consistently negative about someone's actions during recent security crisis **A*R *O*AR
169. Movie; 10s-20s; British; undercover agent; Secret Intelligence Service; one of five undercover agents whose cover was blown by someone after he uploaded images of them on a YouTube video *A* ******
170. Movie (deleted scene); 70s; unrevealed; harpist; The Whyte House; played harp  from a floating island in a nearby swimming pool *AR*A
171. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; targeted by someone sitting on a bed with him JA*** *O**
172. Movie; 00s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; provided intel on someone recently deceased **** TA***R
173. Movie; 90s; Russian; KGB officer turned mafia boss, businessman; Recurring-A; KGB turned independent; years earlier was shot in the leg by someone who also stole his car and "his girl" *A***T** ***O****
174. Movie; 60s; Soviet; Director of Military Intelligence; Soviet Embassy of Istanbul; seen in a conference at the embassy [****RA*] *A*****
175. Movie; 10s-20s; British; assistant; Secret Intelligence Service; assisted in an attempt to retrieve a hard drive *A****A
176. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; mercenary, professional assassin, enforcer; KGB; usually seen with personal stereo and strangulation is his preferred killing method ***RO*
177. Movie; 80s; American; entrepreneur, marine researcher, narcotics smuggler; Sanchez Cartel, Ocean Exotica, Wavekrest Marine Research;  used his company, Wavekrest Marine Research, to move cocaine for drug cartel ***TO* *R**T
178. Movie; 00s; Bolivian/Russian; intelligence operative; Bolivian Secret Service, independent; seeking revenge for the murder of her family by exiled dictator *A***** *O*T** R***RO
179. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; scientist; Stromberg Shipping (contracted); one of two scientists (the other 353) suspected by main villain of trying to sell the scaled-down photographic reproductions of submarine tracking system schematics to competing world powers [PRO****OR] *AR*O**T*
180. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); socialite; Recurring-C; none?; part of scheme to ply two Germans with drink and food in an attempt to learn how German U-boats made it through the British minefields near Norway A** *******
182. Movie; 60s; Australian; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland A**TRA**A* A**** O* **AT*
183. Movie; 10s-20s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; assigned to guard a safe drive containing information on undercover agents embedded into terrorist groups RO**O*
184. Movie; 80s; Indian; bodyguard, enforcer; main villain; destroyed rigged dice someone used in a game of backgammon at a hotel casino *O****A
185. Movie; 60s; American; gangster; American Mafia; with 280 and someone in part 2, was promised one million dollars in stolen gold bullion but was doublecrossed J** *******T
186. TV Episode; 50s-60s; Soviet; intelligence operative; SMERSH?; believed someone was trying to poison her with cyanide pills and tried to do the same back *O**A ***O*A
187. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; tried to flee with fake Fabergé Egg he stole from circus *O****-O* ****
188. Movie; 90s; French; helicopter pilot; Eurocopter Tiger; did test flight of new helicopter prototype [****T**A*T] *RA**O** *RO***
189. Movie; 70s; American; stand-up comic; main villain; acted as part of diamond smuggling pipeline **A** T***
190. TV Episode; 50s-60s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; encountered Russian spy while on holiday JA*** *O**
191. Movie; 60s; British; quartermaster; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; replaced someone's Beretta 418 .25 pistol with a Walther PPK handgun [*AJOR] *OOT*RO**
192. Movie; 00s; British; international liaison officer; Recurring-C (Recurring-A if you count archive footage); HM Treasury, Quantum, SPECTRE (latter indirectly); forced to act as double agent due to lover being taken hostage *****R ****
193. TV Movie; 80s; British?; unable to determine; unable to determine; the page with with most info on her got taken down, but actress playing her has a middle name that is usually masculine when a first name ***A S*. *A*R***
194. Movie; 80s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; with someone in part two, rescued someone from the Moroccan police in Tangiers
195. Movie; 90s; German; enforcer, torturer, head of security; Carver Media Group Network; shot at survivors of torpedoed ship R***AR* *TA***R
196. Movie; 80s; Soviet; assassin, circus performer; various characters; pinned someone to a cabin door with knives *R*****A
197. Movie; 60s; French; assassin, secret society member; SPECTRE; faked death and posed as own widow JA***** *O**AR
198. Movie; 60s; French; intelligence operative; Smersh; posed as a widow to try to discredit someone [A***T] ****
199. Movie; 80s; British; spy ship crew member; Secret Intelligence Service; responsible for using the ATAC system when a mine hit the ship ***R**OR
200. Movie; 90s; British; navy lieutenant commander; Royal Navy; second-in-command of the British Type 23 frigate, HMS Devonshire [****T**A*T *O**A***R] P*T*R ****
201. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Central Intelligence Agency; pointed out main villain emerging from hotel for daily card game ***** ***T*R
202. Movie; 60s; French; police inspector; French Special Police; met up with someone in a French pissoir [******TOR] *AT***
203. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; criminal operative; SPECTRE; pursued by someone during the Day of the Dead parade at the Zocalo in Mexico City *AR*O ***ARRA
204. Movie; 70s; Thai; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; discussed the solex agitator with someone [****T**A*T] **P
205. Movie; 90s; British; media mogul; own company; attempted to provoke a war between the United Kingdom and China in order to destroy the Chinese government and use the new government to obtain exclusive broadcasting rights in China ***OT *A***R
206. Movie; 80s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed; offered somone sausage and beer ***AT**
207. Movie; 60s; British/Dutch/Indonesian; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; uncovered a plan to sell compromising photographs of military leaders from the USA, USSR, China and Great Britain at an "art auction *ATA *O**
208. Movie; 80s; unable to determine; nuclear physicist, henchman; SPECTRE; was neverous when speaking to one villain, thyough another villain acted more fatherly towards him *O****
209. Movie; 70s; Thai; unrevealed; other character; seen skinny dipping in a pool ***W ***
210. Movie; 00s; British (England); intelligence operative, publicist; Secret Intelligence Service, Graves Corporation; Harvard-educated, gold medal-winning Olympic fencer **RA**A *RO*T
211. Movie; 90s; Russian/Bosnian; anarchist terrorist; KGB turned independemt; conspired with billionaire heiress to monopolize the world's oil market for profit R**AR* (***TOR *O*A*)
212. Movie; 10s-20s; Mexican; field operative; Mexican Secret Service; accompanied someone at the Day of the Dead celebrations in Mexico City **TR***A
213. Movie; 70s; Swedish; unrevealed; main villain; mistress of professional assassin A**R*A A***R*
214. Movie; 60s; Cayman Islander; fisherman; various characters; helped collect rock samples from the island of Crab Key **ARR**
215. Movie; 80s; American; Director of Oil and Mines; San Francisco City Hall; unwittingly aided psychotic industrialist in his plot to destroy Silicon Valley W.*. *OW*
216. Movie; 80s; British; assistant secretary; Secret Intelligence Service; was given a bouquet of carnations P****OP* **A***O**
217. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; unrevealed; unrevealed; wanted someone to "make love" to her P**** *AR**A**
218. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army; with 150 and 303, invited to a demonstration of a new satellite that supposed could provide sunlight to areas of the world which lack it in order to promote agricultural development in cold climate countries [****RA*] *A*
219. Movie; 80s; Cuban; freelance hitman; main villain; hired to kill a family ****OR *O**A***
220. TV Episode; 80s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-C; SPECTRE?; interviewed on talk show *R**T *TA*RO **O****
221. TV Miniseries; 10s-20s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division; initially a mischievous playboy who is chasing women, collecting books and living off his family's fortune *A* *******
222. Movie; 60s; Jamaican?; army general; Jamaican government; aided somone in investigation of main villain [**P*R**T*****T] ****
223. Movie; 80s; Isthmian; national president; Isthmus, Sanchez Cartel;  he and others were bribed and intimidated into becoming thralls of drug baron and his cartel ***TOR *OP**
224. Movie; 90s; Swiss; banker; La Banque Suisse de L'Industrie; involved in a number of deals with terrorists and other international criminals *A**A***
225. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; participated in casino poker match *A***O****
226. Movie; 10s-20s; British; scientist; Secret Intelligence Service; with others, worked for over a decade on the creation of the nanonweapon Heracles [*R.] *****
227. Movie; 60s; British; quartermaster, branch head; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; gave someone a case containing a throwing-knife, anti-tampering mechanism with a magnetised tear-gas cartridge (disguised as a tin of talcum powder), and fifty gold sovereigns [*AJOR] *OOT*RO**
228. Movie; 90s; Canadian; navy admiral, representative; Canadian Armed Forces, Royal Canadian Navy; lured back to woman's yacht, the Manticore, for a night of fun [A***RA*] ***** *ARR**
229. Movie; 70s; British (England)?; former intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; unlike other versions, this version is a villain JA*** *O**
230. Movie; 60s; Scandinavian; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland
231. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence agency Head; American Secret Service, Central Intelligence Agency, FBI, possibly others; has a habit of introducing himself with a stream of "alphabet soup", including all the organisations and branches he is involved with RA**O**
232. Movie; 80s; Japanese; narcotics agent posing as drug lord; Hong Kong Narcotics Agency; tasked with infiltrating drug lord's operations in Isthmus *OT*
233. Movie; 80s; Indian; station head; Secret Intelligence Service; escorrted someone to hotel, pointing out a palace along the way *A*R*****
234. Movie; 60s; British (England) but posing as Austrian; henchwoman posing as countess; other character; mistress of smuggler; sent to extract information from someone **** *O* ****A*
235. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchwoman; main villain; escorted two characters to their rooms [***T*R] ****
236. TV Episode; 80s; British; agency head; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; upset by amounts on someone's bills
238. TV Episode; 90s; British; agency head; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; listened to a threat to blow up the White House or the Kingdome, or at least a tent near the latter
239. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; ordered killed by the ruler of San Monique *AW**
240. Movie; 80s; Chinese; drug dealer; own cartel?; with others, offered exclusive franchises in main villain's cocaine product, priced at one million US dollars per territory [*R.] TA*  [partial LOCKED; only one letter remaining in second word (first is salutation); letters/numbers found at time of locking: AJORTW]
241. Movie; 70s; American; professional gambler?; independent?; lost all his money in a vain attempt to win the affections of opportunist/hustler *A***
242. Movie; 70s; Thai; businessman, industrialist; independent; hired assassin to kill scientist and recover an item *A* *AT
243. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; participated  in raid on Fort Knox JO****
244. Movie; 80s; French; personal pilot; Drax Industries, Drax Airlines; provided someone with an aerial tour of someone else's property *OR**** ***O*R
245. Movie; 70s; British; diamond syndicate chairman; British Government; raised concerns with the Prime Minister regarding the increase in smuggling from South Afican mines, urging the British Secret Service to become involved [**R] *O*A** *****R
246. Movie; 80s; American; stockbroker turned accountant; Sanchez Cartel; questioned the financial aspects of someone's decisions TR****-*O***
247. Movie; 60s; British; taxi driver, intelligence operative; Foreign Office, Security Service; assisted someone in her infiltration of International Mother's Help in Berlin *AR*TO* TO**R*
248. Movie; 70s; San Monique; reptile handler, tribal chief; Voodoo Cult; eliminated someone's enemies via sacrifices *A**A*A
249. Movie; 90s; British; navy chief petty officer; Royal Navy; crew member of the British Type 23 frigate, HMS Devonshire [***** P*TT* O*****R] J. T*TT  [partially LOCKED; only one letter remaining in non-salutation part; letters/numbers found at time of locking: AJORTW]
250. Movie; 70s; American; diamond smuggler; SPECTRE; claimed she was named after her (accidental) birthplace, where her parents were going through a choice of wedding bands T***A** *A**
251. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); socialite; none?; mother of major character [*A**] ****** *******
252. Movie; 60s; French; bodyguard, assassin, secret society member; SPECTRE; waited for someone outside the chapel where the latter's fake funeral is taking place *R**O*
253. Movie; 60s; British; air force group captain; Royal Air Force; responsible for overseeing a NATO training flight which was subsequently hijacked by SPECTRE *AW*O*
254. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; stand-up comic?; unrevealed; did a monologue on a beach ***** ******R**
255. Movie; 70s; British; ballistics expert; Secret Intelligence Service; helped analyse the remains of the bullet that killed someone *O*T*ORP*
256. Movie; 60s; German; personal assistant, criminal operative; SPECTRE; trapped someone on plane with a smoke bomb and a wooden restraint ****A *RA**T
258. Movie; 00s; Canadian; intelligence operative; Canadian Security Intelligence Service; someone saved her from being compromised *ORR*** ****A*
259. Movie; 00s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed; mistook someone for a valet, and gave him his car keys in order to park his Range Rover *****T*
260. Movie; 80s; Soviet; assassin, circus knife-thrower; various characters; attacked someone with welding torch ******A
261. Movie; 80s; Greek; henchman, smuggler; other character; aids someone in fight to stop Soviet agents in Greece *ARA**OR**
262. TV Episode; 50s-60s; French; intelligence operative; Soviet Union; henchman for main villain *A***
263. Movie; 60s; Turkish; fisherman turned station head; Secret Intelligence Service; years ago infiltrated a traveling circus, working as a strongman and wrestler, and spied on the Russians, pretending he didn't know the language A** **R** ***
264. Movie; 80s; Greek; guerilla soldier turned smuggler; Greek Resistance turned independent; red herring character in terms of main villain ***O* *O****O
265. Movie; 00s; Greek; government contractor; Quantum; beaten in a game of poker three kings to three aces A*** ****TR*O*
266. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchman; SPECTRE; imposter used in training exercise *A** *A*** *O**
267. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; cultist, bodyguard; Octopus Cult; tasked with taking someone to their room *W***O****
268. Movie; 80s; Greek; henchman, driver, assassin; main villain; participated in the finding of St. Georges (a ship) APO*T**
269. Movie; 80s; American; drug enforcement operative; Drug Enforcement Administration; informed by someone over the phone that his boss had been maimed *A*****
270. Movie; 70s; American;  would-be assistant to wealthy men; independent?; upon stating her first name was told "You certainly are" P***T* O'TOO**
271. Movie; 60s; German; criminal, enforcer; Recurring-C; Red Lightning Tong turned SPECTRE; first seen at the Shrublands health spa [*O**T] **PP*
272. Movie; 70s; British; nuclear submarine staff officer/captain; Royal Navy; British nuclear submarine staff officer who is the first to learn about the mysterious disappearance of the HMS Ranger [*APTA**] ****O*
273. Movie; 70s; Thai; ninja; Martial Arts School; student in the training school of wealthy industrialist ****A
274. Movie; 60s; East German; spy trainer, assistant; Smersh; when he gets overexcited, this heart causes him trouble and to go too fast PO*O [LOCKED; only one letter remaining; letters found at time of locking: AJOPRTW]
276. Movie; 70s; British; solar energy scientist; Secret Intelligence Service;  employed by Thai multi-millionaire industrialist to develop a solution to the world's ongoing energy crisis ****O*
277. Movie; 00s; Cuban; gene therapist, clinic director; La Clinica Alvarez; corrupt director of the DNA replacement therapy clinic, La Clinica Alvarez, on the Isla de Los Organos, Cuba, who helped North Korean military officer and smuggler change identity [*R.] A**AR**
278. Movie; 10s-20s; French; criminal board member; SPECTRE; one of the SPECTRE board members who secretly met at the Palazzo Cadenza in Rome following the death of an operative *OR*A*
279. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; equestrian, enforcer; main villain; in San Francisco City Hall, after a murder, appeared in the doorway with petrol canisters and begins to douse the carpeting so the building can be set aflame J**** ****
280. Movie; 60s; American; gangster; American Mafia; with 185 and someone in part 2, was promised one million dollars in stolen gold bullion but was doublecrossed JA** *TRAP
281. Movie; 60s; French; liaison; Secret Intelligence Service; attended a funeral [****.] *A PORT*
282. Movie; 60s; American; actor, dancer; independent?; shot by backwards firing gun **OR** RA*T
283. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; helped someone find a hijacked plane that was carrying two atomic bombs, which they eventually find along with the corpse of the phony NATO observer ***** ***T*R
285. Movie; 60s; Chinese–Jamaican; freelance photographer, spy; Daily Gleaner; employed by main villain to spy on someone A**A*** *****
286. Movie; 80s; Soviet; intelligence operative; KGB; taped an incriminating conversation between main villain and his oil company chief PO*A **A*O*A
287. Movie; 00s; British; section chief/double agent; Secret Intelligence Service; corrupt MI6 section chief in Prague, Czech Republic *R****
288. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; bodyguard, enforcer; main villain;  present in the Bahamas on-board Le Chiffre's luxury yacht, as the main villain plays poker *RATT   [LOCKED; only one letter remaining; letters/numbers found at time of locking: AJORTW]
289. Movie; 80s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed; thoguht someone was crazy for turning down sausage and beer
290. Movie; 60s; American?; masseuse; Fontainebleau Miami Beach Hotel; was slapped on the behind as she left the man she was massaging so he could have a private conversation with someone else
291. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; bodyguard, enforcer; Quantum; helped main villain  reclaim $101,206,000 due to a failed plot to sabotage an aerospace company **O
292. Movie; 00s; Swiss; banker; James Bond Wiki suggests a casino he does business with but more likely his bank; responsible for all monetary transactions during and after tournaments at a casino
293. Movie; 80s; American; fisherman; own charter business; attended a wedding **AR***
294. Movie; 80s; British; secret society member; Recurring-C; SPECTRE; reported that the criminal organisation earned £250,000 as a consultation fee for the Great Train Robbery of 1963 ******R ****
295. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; trying to sneak into a place, was detected due to a flock of birds near him catching the guards' attention **A** *A*P****
296. Movie; 00s; French; intelligence operative; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; was falsely believed by Bond to have doublecrossed him R*** *AT***
297. Movie; 60s; Swiss; solicitor; main villain; acted as a middle-man between the College of Arms and the main villain ****O**
298. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; hotel manager; unnamed hotel; very helpful man and gave the best of his guests *A****
299. Movie; 70s; American; ranger; Ranger Station 1; owned the fastest boat in the bayou and worked for the State Wildlife Department Ranger Station 1 *****-*O*
300. Movie; 70s; American; mortician, diamond smuggler; own company;  part of the diamond smuggling pipeline from South Africa via Europe *ORTO* ******R
301. Movie; 10s-20s; American; secret society member; SPECTRE; at a meeting, listened to reports of the attacks on Hamburg and Indonesia *AR**A**
302. Movie; 60s; Japanese; sumo wrestler; presumed Dewanoumi; gave someone tickets to a match *A*A*O*A*A *****AT**
303. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army; with 150 and 218, invited to a demonstration of a new satellite that supposed could provide sunlight to areas of the world which lack it in order to promote agricultural development in cold climate [****RA*] **
304. Movie; 10s-20s; unrevealed; secret society member; SPECTRE; present at the SPECTRE meeting at the Palazzo Cadenza in Rome *A**R***
305. Movie; 90s; Japanese;  terrorist, chemical weapons expert; ADFL (Congolese Rebels in Zaire); wanted for the Tokyo subway sarin gas attack *ATO*** **A**RA
306. Movie; 80s; Korean?; bodyguard, enforcer?; Recurring-C; unable to determine; leapt off the Eiffel Tower with a parachute O**JO*
307. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; security agent; SPECTRE; seen during the SPECTRE meeting in Rome *OR***O
308. Movie; 10s-20s; British-French; none; none; daughter of major supporting character *AT***** *WA**
309. Movie; 60s;American; entrepreneur; independent/own company; reclusive American billionaire industrialist whose vast business empire and identity are subsequently stolen by main villain W***AR* W**T*
310. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchman; other character; attacked someone he later became an ally of in hotel home in Monte Carlo
311. TV Movie; 80s; German?; military general; National Socialist German Workers’ Party; main villain [***.] **R*AR* *********
312. Movie; 80s; French; enforcer, head of security, pilot; Zorin Industries; head of security for the illicit business dealings of billionaire industrialist **ARP***
313. TV Movie; 80s; unable to determine; unable to determine; unable to determine; info sparse and I never watched this *AP***
314. Movie; 80s; French; intelligence agent; French Secret Service; Secret Service contact in the South of France A***T T*R** TW**T*-*** (***O**)
315. Movie; 60s; no citizenship; place of birth unrevealed; pet; Recurring-A or B (hard to tell because the movies tend to use multiple cats); main villain; in one instance another cat was mistaken for this one **O****'* W**T* *AT
316. Movie; 80s; Soviet; unrevealed; KGB; was partly stripped by someone to distract guards R**A**T**
317. Movie; 90s; British; lab assistant turned quartermaster; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; trained to replace another character
318. Movie; 10s-20s; Russian; terrorist leader, scientist, anarchist; independent; motivated to take down the criminal organisation SPECTRE for the deaths of his family at the hands of assassin ***T****R *A***
319. Movie; 60s; British; poultry farmer, sleeper agent (unknowingly); main villain (unknowingly); poultry allergy sufferer from Morecambe Bay, Lancashire R*** *ART**TT
320. Movie; 60s; British?; retired intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Smersh, Secret Intelligence Service; former secret agent who has since become a multi-millionaire with a penchant for wearing ridiculously extravagant outfits at her office *****R ****
321. Movie; 90s; Russian; computer technician, cyber-terrorist; Janus Syndicate; believed himself to be invincible *OR** **A*O**** *R******O
322. Movie; 60s; American; scientist; W.W. Tectronics, G Section; had been working for the company in "G section" for three years and was part of a team constructing an orbital laser weapon **A** **R**R*******
323. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; took part in a poker match at a casino in Montenegro [*A*A*] W* [partially LOCKED; only one letter remaining in second word (first is saluation; letters found at time of locking: RW]
324. Movie; 60s; Chinese; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; argued with someone about the taste of the Chinese being different than all other women
325. Movie; 90s; Russian; lounge singer; unidentified St. Petersburg nightclub; worked as a singer at club in St. Petersburg, but appeared to be completely tone deaf *R**A
326. Movie; 00s; Swiss; enforcer, criminal operative; Quantum, Greene Planet; tasked with assisting mission to secure a resource-rich patch of land in Latin America by funding the overthrow of the Bolivian president in favor for exiled Bolivian General
327. Movie; 80s; American; diver, killer; Wavekrest Marine Research, Sanchez Cartel; murdered a friend of Bond's
328. Movie; 90s; unrevealed; television news presenter; Carver Media Group Network; present during a party at Hamburg media center, celebrating the launch of a new CMGN satellite TA*ARA *T***
329. Movie; 80s; British; quartermaster; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; felt that things had been dull in the absense of another character
330. Movie; 70s; Italian; secretary; other character(s); secretary to Egyptian black market trader ******A
331. Movie; 00s; British; agency head; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; sent someone to execute a duplicitous station chief in Prague, Czech Republic and his informant O****A *A*******
332. Movie; 00s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; tripped and fell into the crowd while chasing someone *ART*R
333. Movie; 00s; French; environmentalist, criminal, company founder/head; Recurring-A; Quantum, Greene Planet, SPECTRE (indirectly); spearheading the Tierra Project in Bolivia *O***** *R****
334. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; driver; Secret Intelligence Service; drove someone to the circus in East Germany *AR*
335. Movie; 80s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; picked someone up after he arrived in New York **AR***
336. Movie; 00s; Algerian (but born in Egypt); intelligence operative, terrorist, honeytrap; Quantum, SPECTRE (indirectly); seduced high-ranking women with valuable connections ***** ****RA
337. Movie; 10s-20s; British; assistant; Secret Intelligence Service; briefly met with Bond and another character A***O* *****
338. Movie; 80s; American; drug enforcement agent; Drug Enforcement Administration;  accepted a $2 million bribe to free drug baron from U.S. custody ** *******R
339. Movie; 10s-20s; Austrian; terrorist mastermind; Recurring-A; SPECTRE, Independent; murdered father in a staged avalanche in Kitzbühel due to father's close relationship with  foster brother *R**T *TA*RO **O**** (*RA** O***R*A***R)
340. Movie; 10s-20s; British; scientist; Secret Intelligence Service; responsible for the development of nanoweapon [*R.] *AR**
341. Commercial; 90s; Polish?; unrevealed; Recurring-C; unrevealed if any; seen riding a highway or tour bus JAW* [LOCKED; only one letter remaining; Letters found at time of locking: AJORW]
342. Movie; 00s; Italian; card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; took part in casino poker match TO*****
343. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)?; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; put can in trash bag and then dropped the bag JA*** *O**
344. Movie; 60s; East German; spy trainer; Smersh, International Mothers' Help; ran school for spies, based in East Berlin, that is a Smersh cover operation [*RA*] *O****R
345. Movie; 90s; Russian; army major general; Armed Forces of the Russian Federation; was Russia's liaison to the joint MI6 / Admirality team in the British Situation Room [*A*OR ****RA*] ****AR**
346. Movie; 70s; American; unrevealed; unrevealed; accompanied husband on holiday in Thailand *A****** P*PP*R
347. Movie; 10s-20s; British; intelligence operative turned secretary; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; inadvertently shot ally non-fatally *** *O***P****
348. Movie; 80s; Soviet; military lieutenant-general; USSR; believed that the Warsaw Pact had a decisive advantage over NATO in conventional military strength that was being tossed away by its leaders in détente [****T**A*T-****RA*] OR*O*
349. Movie; 70s; French; henchwoman; main villain; someone choked her with her bikini top to extract info on main villain's whereabouts *AR**
350. Movie; 00s; Ugandan; resistance army commander; Lord's Resistance Army, Quantum; angered that main villain lost his money *T**** O*A**O
351. Movie; 10s-20s; Cuban; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; despite claiming to have had only three weeks of training, proved to be highly effective in combat PA*O*A
352. Movie; 60s; Turkish; station agent; Secret Intelligence Service; someone asked to help to get across the frontier between Yugoslavia and Trieste *****T
353. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; scientist; Stromberg Shipping; one of two scientists (the other 353) suspected by main villain of trying to sell the scaled-down photographic reproductions of submarine tracking system schematics to competing world powers [*R.] *****A**
354. Movie; 60s; Mexican; assassin, enforcer; other character; involved in plot of selling heroin through the front of selling bananas *AP***O
355. TV Episode; 00s; British?; unwilling criminal agent; Recurring-C; other character (unwillingly); had to work for villain because her brother was being held hostage P**** *A*OR*
357. Movie; 80s; Greek; guerilla soldier turned heroin smuggler, intelligence operative; USSR, Great Britain, Greek Resistance (formerly), KGB; hired by KGB to obtain the ATAC device AR** *R**TATO*
358. Movie; 60s; Soviet; cipher clerk, army corporal; Soviet Armed Forces, SPECTRE (Unknowingly); originally was a ballerina, but had to abandon her goal of dancing for the Bolshoi Ballet when she grew one inch taller than the maximum height permitted for girls TAT*A*A R**A*O*A
359. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; claimed to be on her second assignment RO*** *AR**R
360. Movie; 60s; Soviet; embassy Chief of Security; Soviet Embassy of Istanbul; seen in conference that was spied upon *O**O****
361. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative, laboratory assistant; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; helped test an arm cast, which flipped out and crushed the head of an adjacent dummy ***T**R*
362. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; possible professional gambler; independent?; watched a card game that she did not participate in PR**
363. TV Movie; 10s-20s; British (England); model; likely modeling agency; nickname was the sound a farm animal makes **R*** "*OO" WR****
364. Movie; 70s; Soviet; intelligence operative; KGB; tried to assassinate someone on a downhill ski chase in Austria **R*** *AR*O*
365. Movie; 00s; American; military general; American army; leader of the American army in the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea [****RA*] **A****R
366. Movie; 60s; British; navy chief petty officer turned butler; Royal Navy; greeted someone at the front door and took him to his former Admiral, whom he was now the butler for [***** P*TT* O*****R] ****O**
367. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; criminal associate; Quantum; tried to poison someone during casino match *A****A
368. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; criminal operative, professional assassin;  SPECTRE; broke out of Dartmoor Prison and two years later was recruited by the international criminal organisation SPECTRE and from then on trained as an agent and assassin R** *RA*T
369. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; criminal operative?; unrevealed; while sitting on bed with someone, pulled out gun and threatened to kill him **A** **ATO*
370. Movie; 00s; British; field agent; Secret Intelligence Service; with another agent, tazed someone and dragged him away W****A**
371. Movie; 00s; American; section chief; Central Intelligence Agency; negotiated a deal with someone to ignore his orchestrated coup in Bolivia in exchange for oil *R**OR* ***WOO* "*R***" **A*
372. Movie; 00s; Bolivian; army general; Bolivia; military dictator of his home country, Bolivia, but was later overthrown and exiled [****RA*] *A*RA*O


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Re: Gotta Catch 'em All Challenge 62 Collage 50 James Bond Live 1 of 2

For locked characters *=newly added.

LOCKED CHARACTERS:
25
92
128
274*
288
341
Some one-letter characters

PARTIALLY LOCKED CHARACTERS:
52*
108
136
240
249
323
Some characters with one-letter code names

Other clues:
Two different characters played by the same actress decades appear consecutively.
There are six instances of a fictional/fictionalized character playing a fictional character, of which four are covered in the next point.
There are five characters from the Bond Girls skit mentioned in the first post, of which four are covered by rule 13.
There is one instance of the same character played by two actors in the same movie where both versions are in part 1. One has been identified, one has not.
Two consecutive characters phonetically (and with only one letter difference) give you the name of a major character from Agents of SHIELD

 


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Re: Gotta Catch 'em All Challenge 62 Collage 50 James Bond Live 1 of 2

For the James Bond Hangman round, numbers spelled out where applicable because there are fewer than in the superhero rounds (but do use the actual numbers in answers where appropriate). If a one word name (M, Q, or R) has a known or implied real name, that will be used instead; otherwise such characters will be locked but not noted as such.

The Random Number Generator picks U.

Letters found so far: AJOPRTUW

See first post for explamation of Recurring categories.

1. Movie; 00s; Russian; politician, secret society member; Quantum, Russian Government; one of several peoples attending a meeting during an opera performance ****OR *ARA*O*
2. Movie; 80s; Afghan; Deputy Commander of the Eastern District; Mujaheddin, Snow Leopard Brotherhood; freed by Bond from a prison during Bond's own escape attempt *A*RA* **A*
3. Movie; 70s; British (England); diamond smuggler, transport consultant; major villain (unknowingly); impersonated by Bond  P*T*R *RA***
4. Movie; 70s; American; astronaut; W Technologies; astronaut testing or training on Whyte-manufactured moon landing equipment *ARR*
5. Movie; 70s; San Monique; crime kingpin, politician; Voodoo Cult; using poppies, hoped to flood the U.S. market with two tonnes of heroin distributed through his legitimate restaurants free of charge, thus forcing other drug dealers out of business. *R. *** [(*R.) *A*A**A
6. Movie; 80s; Soviet; KGB General; KGB; Bond was set to kill him but was distristful about the reasons [****RA*] **O*** PU*****
8. Movie; 70s; American; flying school student; Bleeker Flying School; was in a plane that was targeted by henchmen [*R*.] ****
9. TV Episode; 50s-60s; British; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; British Intelligence; gave someone 32 million francs to allow him to keep playing in a casino **AR**** ***T*R
10. Movie; 90s; Russian; atomic scientist; Russian Atomic Energy Department; gave someone  a plane necessary to steal a nuclear weapon set to be dismantled in Kazakhstan [*R.] ****A** AR*O*
12. Movie; 80s; British; butler, security operative; Secret Intelligence Service; discovered assassins dumping a cook's body into a chest freezer *R*** *OUR
13. Movie; 80s; East German; intelligence operative, biathlete; KGB; young woman was interested in him but he only scowled at her *R*** *R*****R
14. Movie; 90s; French; helicopter pilot; Eurocopter Tiger; captain of new helicopter prototype [*A*T.] **R*AR* JAU**RT
15. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; had blood thrown at him *A****
16. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; professional assassin, criminal operative; Recurring-C; SPECTRE; deployed in order to protect the secrecy of SPECTRE's plot **PP*
17. Movie; 00s; Japanese; chemical engineer; other character; seen only in a photo, along with 160 and someone in part 2 ***** *AWA*OWA
18. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; diamond trader; other character; contracted to supply rogue colonel with African conflict diamonds in exchange for weaponry *A* ***R*
19. Movie; 90s; Russian; programmer;  none; unknowingly friends with a villain, whom she saw as an annoying little brother *ATA**A **O*ORO**A ***O*O*A
20. Movie; 60s; Chinese; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland ******* A**** O* **AT*
21. Movie; 60s; British?; adjutant; other character; newspaper hints that this character was intended to have a larger role in the film; instead was just present in a meeting between Bond and another character P****A*
22. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; tasked with arresting rogue agent dead or alive *A**O*
23. Movie; 60s; Japanese; intelligence operative; Japanese Secret Service; helped someone with ninja training and pretending to be Japanese A**
24. Movie; 80s; British (England); high ranking politician; Recurring-D; British Government, Conservative Party; based on real person *AR*AR*T T*AT***R
25. Movie; 70s; American; technology firm administrator; W.W. Tectronics; under his watch his company constructed an orbital laser weapon TO* [LOCKED; only one letter remaining; letters/numbers found at time of locking: AJORTW]
26. Movie; 80s; Italian; intelligence operative; British Secret Service; informed Bond about activities of a killer Bond was chasing *U*** **RRARA
27. Movie; 60s; Irish; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland *R*** A**** O* **AT*
28. Movie; 70s; South African; houseboy; missionary school; read to school children JO**UA
29. Movie; 70s; Soviet; KGB General; KGB, Ministry of Foreign Affairs; recurring ally of MI6 despite being on opposite sides during the Cold war [****RA*] A*ATO* *O*O*
30. Movie; 80s; Russian; curator; USSR; realized a piece of jewelry was a fake *OR**O*
31. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; businessman in novelization; other character; was involved with main villain's mistress A**AR**
32. Movie; 10s-20s; British; criminal operative; SPECTRE; attended a "birthday" festivity in Cuba [**R] ***A*T*A* *'AT*
34. Movie; 60s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-A if you count repeating footage, otherwise Recurring-B; Royal Navy, Secret Intelligence Service; targeted by unseen assailant whom he shot JA*** *O**
35. Movie; 90s; British; navy captain; Royal Navy; his ship was remotely meaconed off-course into Chinese-held waters by techno-terrorist [*O**A***R] R***AR* *A*
36. Movie; 80s; American; state geologist; State of California; her father passed before he could train her how to effectively maintain control over the family oil company *TA*** *UTTO*
37. Movie; 60s; Russian; cipher clerk; Soviet Armed Forces; with 105, colleage of major supporting character (in the movie, not series as a whole) *ATA**A
38. Movie; 70s; American; enforcer, acrobat; major villain; with 142, tasked with imprisoning reclusive billionaire *A***
40. Movie; 70s; American; state trooper; Louisiana State Police; helped sheriff try to to catch people on the river
41. Movie; 90s; Russian; escort girl; other character; one of two such characters who entertained someone, the other being 137 **RU***A
42. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)?; intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; unlike other versions of this character, could not hold his liquor ****TW****T JA*** *O**
43. Movie; 90s; American; media executive; Carver Media Group Network; tasked to arrange and report any news of havoc that would earn lots of ratings J*** *O***
44. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; honeytrap, intelligence operative; Smersh; masqueraded as a daughter of a late "MI5" head and is only identifiable by pseudonym P** **TARR*
45. Movie; 80s; American; Air Force commanding officer; U.S. Air Force; enjoyed a circus performance [***UT**A*T ****RA*] P*T*R*O*
47. Movie; 00s; British; intelligence contact; other character; spotted someone shadowing him as he watched a cricket match *****R
48. Movie; 80s; no citizenship; place of birth unrevealed; pet; Recurring-B; major villain; abandoned his human after the latter's plot went awry *O*O*O*
49. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); intelligence operative; British Security Coordination; took someone to a bar that was considered a bit of a dive **AR *R***
50. Movie; 70s; British; navy captain; Royal Navy; with his nuclear submarine crew, taken captive by main villain [*O**A***R] TA**OT
51. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; terrorist, bomb maker; major villain; attended a mongoose/snake fight in Madagascar *O**A*A *A**O
52. Movie; 70s; American; sheriff; Recurring-A; Louisiana State Police; after previously pursuiing someone, encountered them again while on vacation in Thailand [***R***] J.W. P*PP*R [partially LOCKED; only one letter remaining in non-salutation part; letters found at time of locking: AJOPRTW]
54. Movie; 80s; Soviet; bomb expert; USSR; delivered a nuclear bomb to villains [****OR ***UT**A*T] *A**
55. Movie; 70s; Cuban; detective, sleeper agent/intelligence operative; independent;  loaned someone a 1957 Ford Fairlane to travel to Los Organos RAOU* [LOCKED; only one letter remaining; letters foubnd at time of locking:  AJOPRTUW]
56. Movie; 70s; Chinese; student?; karate school?; with sister, helped defeat martial arts students **A
57. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; terrorist, weapons manufacturer; Quantum; used a Ugandan warlord's money to short-sell stock in a promising aerospace company, thus betting the money on the company's failure; character only known by alias *AR*O* ***O***
58. Movie; 90s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; was scolded for calling someone the Evil Queen of Numbers **** TA***R
59. Movie; 90s; Chinese; Military General; People's Liberation Army; intended to wipe out the Chinese top politicians and military officers with nuclear rocket and, afterwards, take over the government in China [****RA*] **A**
60. Movie; 60s; British; Air Force group captain; Royal Air Force; one of the men responsible for overseeing the recovery of atomic weapons hijacked by SPECTRE PR*T**AR*
61. Movie; 10s-20s; British; psychologist; Secret Intelligence Service; examined someone's mental health after he came back to MI6. [*O*TOR] *A**
62. Movie; 10s-20s; French; mercenary, assassin; Recurring-A only if you count picture; SPECTRE; upon discovering that he was being tailed, initiated a high speed car chase that attracted the attention of several local police officers PATR***
63. Movie; 70s; British; helicopter pilot, personal assistant; major villain; flirted with someone she tried to kill *AO**
64. Movie; 90s; British; Deputy Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; helped bring Bond up to speed on the latest events and the parameters of his mission **AR*** RO****O*
65. Movie; 80s; German; geneticist turned horse breeder, head scientist; Nazi Germany, Soviet Union, Zorin Industries; experiments led to babies who  were often psychotic in nature, but grew into children with gifted intelligence.  [**.] *AR* *ORT**R (*A** **AU*)
66. Movie; 00s; British; Special Advisor to the Prime Minister, criminal operative; Quantum, British Government; one of several peoples attending a meeting during an opera performance *** *A****
67. Movie; 60s; Italian; infiltrator; SPECTRE; hired to assassinate and impersonate NATO pilot A****O PA*A***
68. Movie; 80s; British/Greek; unrevealed; Independent; located assassin who killed her parents at the villa he owned near Madrid, Spain, and went there to exact her revenge *****A *A***O**
69. Movie; 00s; British; personal security detail, sleeper agent; Secret Intelligence Service, Quantum; mole who passed annual security checks and lie detector tests *RA** **T*****
70. Movie; 80s; Isthmian; bank secretary; Banco de Isthmus; when someone arrived to make a "small deposit" in the bank (in reality, almost $5 million), she helped her patron count his money *O**U**O
71. Movie; 00; North Korean; Military General; Korean People's Army; wished for a peaceful reunification of Korea, whereas his son wanted war [****RA*] *OO*
73. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division; got himself expelled from Eton and other prestigious public schools before his mother, fed up, sent him to work for Reuters *A* *******
74. Movie; 70s; Soviet; KGB agent; KGB; with another character, survived a fight with Bond in Egypt *OR**
75. Movie; 80s; Ukrainian SSR; General Secretary; Communist Party of the Soviet Union; oversaw a meeting of the Red Army military commissariat **O*** *R******
76. TV Episode; 00s; American; professional gambler?; none?; was shocked by the name of a woman who showed up at the table he was sitting at at a casino *WA*** *O****
77. Movie; 00s; Italian; unrevealed; other character; persuaded boyfriend to assist Bond ****A
78. Movie; 60s; American; professional gambler?; unrevealed; his secretary assisted a rival in cheating him in cards ****O**
79. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; unrevealed; unrevealed; someone was worried she'd trigger a code to a missile **A *******
80. Movie; 60s; Bahamian; intelligence operative, boating supplies shop owner; Secret Intelligence Service; operated from the basement of his boating supplies shop P****R
81. Movie; 80s; British; secretary; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; helped investigate sniper in Bratislava [****] *O*********
82. Movie; 60s; French; intelligence agency head; Deuxième Bureau; implored someone to come out of retirement to deal with org who has been eliminating agents ***RA**
83. TV Episode; 50-60s; French?; intelligence operative; Soviet Union; threatended someone with a cane-gun *O*TA*
84. Movie; 70s; British?; diamond smuggler, missionary teacher; SPECTRE (unknowingly); transported diamonds off the continent in a hollowed-out Bible [*R*.] W***T***
85. TV Episode (later expanded on DVD); 00s; British (England)?; intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; fought three hooded opponents JA*** *O**
87. Movie; 60s; Japanese; Head of Secret Service; Japanese Secret Service; headquarters is inside an underground train that constantly travels around the Tokyo subway for his protection T***R TA*A*A
88. Movie; 80s; Isthmian;  enforcer, henchman, advisor; Sanchez Cartel; with others, caught main villain's mistress with another man P*R**
89. Movie; 80s; American; police detective; Key West Police Department; investigated someone's maiming RA**U****
90. Movie; 80s; Greek/British (born in Greece); unrevealed; unrevealed; mother of 68 *O*A *A***O**
91. Movie; 10s-20s; French; consultant psychiatrist; Recurring-A; Hoffler Klinik, SPECTRE, Quantum (latter two via familial association); Bond incorrectly believed she had doublecrossed him [*R.] *A******* *WA**
92. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; maintenance and security officer/mechanic; major villain; unsuccessfully tried to flirt with someone *RA [LOCKED; only one letter remaining; Letters found at time of locking: AORW]
93. Movie; 00s; German; criminal operative; Quantum; met with someone in Venice to receive money A*O*P* **TT***
94. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative, astronaut; Central Intelligence Agency; spied on main villain *O*** *OO***A*
95. Movie; 60s; Italian; criminal operative; Recurring-C; SPECTRE; collected rare shark species for research and conservation purposes for marine institutes *****O *AR*O
98. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-A; SPECTRE; uncovered embezzlement and electrocuted the culprit *R**T *TA*RO **O****
99. TV Episode; 80s; British (England)?; businessman, criminal; independent?; petted a rabbit stuffed animal *O***T***
100. Movie; 60s; Chinese; technical liaison/nuclear fission specialist, intelligence operative; China; provided main villain with atomic bomb [*R.] ****
101. Movie; 80s; British; representative; Foreign and Commonwealth Office; informed someone that another character's yacht, the Flying Saucer, was now heading for Nice, France ***** **A**-*AW**TT
102. Movie; 80s; Belgian; henchman, professional assassin; Marseilles and Hong Kong drug syndicates; after being convicted of several particularly brutal murders, he was sentenced to life imprisonment in Namur Prison ***** **OPO** *O**U*
103. Movie; 00s; British; personal assistant; Secret Intelligence Service; gagged upon seeing open-eyed corpse ******R*
104. Movie; 90s; Ukrainian SSR; head of security, terrorist; King Industries; bhelped Russian scientist smuggle Parahawks *A**A *A***O*
105. Movie; 60s; Russian; cipher clerk; Soviet Armed Forces; with 37, colleage of major supporting character (in the movie, not series as a whole) *R**A
106. Movie; 70s; American; CIA agent; Central Intelligence Agency; posted around casino during risky diamond exchange
107. Movie; 70s; American; flying school owner?; own flying school; called someone for compensation after one of his places was destroyed ******R
108. Movie; 00s; Bolivian; military lieutenant; other character; accompanied his commanding officer to Port-au-Prince, Haiti for his meeting with someone [***UT**A*T] OR*O [partially LOCKED; only one letter remaining in second word (first is saluation; letters found at time of locking: ORW]
109. Movie; 90s; British; construction magnate, oil magnate; King Industries; became a personal friend of major character after they read law together at Oxford [**R] RO**RT ****
111. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; took part ina poker match *A**AR*O
112. Movie; 90s; British; navy Fleet Commander; Royal Navy; received an urgent message from the Admiralty ordering the fleet to search for a nearby Stealth Ship [****-A***RA*] *****
113. Movie; 60s; British; secretary; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; given the task of establishing a rigorous programme to train male agents to ignore the charms of women [****] *O***P****
114. Movie; 90s; American; Head of Special Projects, vice-president of media company; Carver Media Group Network; tasked to arrange and report any news of havoc that would earn lots of ratings TO* WA**A**
115. Movie; 90s; Azerbaijani/British (England); oil tycoon, socialite, CEO; King Industries; kidnapped in a scheme to extort a large sum from her father, who refused to pay the ransome ****TR* ****
116. Movie; 60s; Jamaican; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland JA*A**A* A**** O* **AT*
118. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; assassin, enforcer; major villains; knocked out gondola technician and tried to help kill two agents *A*U**
119. Movie; 60s; Jamaican; shell diver; Independent; emerged from the sea collecting shells and singing "Under the Mango Tree"  *O*** R***R
120. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; guard; Zorin Industries; brought someone a helmet **RR*
121. TV Movie; 00s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division; during World War II was recruited as personal assistant to the Director of Naval Intelligence *A* *******
122. Movie; 80s; American; international arms dealer, mercenary, drug dealer; West Point,
Belgian Congo; his military career was a failure, so he turned to arms dealing to organize his own personal military force *RA* W**TA**R
123. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player?; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; lost with a straight flush in a poker match *U*UTU
124. TV Movie; 80s; unable to determine; unable to determine; unable to determine; the page with with most info on her got taken down, but played by someone who played another character in a movie [*A**] *ARO**** *OR****
126. Movie; 70s; Portuguese; gunsmith; independent; delivered golden bullets to someone at a casino *A*AR
127. Movie; 60s; likely none; likely none; Recurring-D; independent?; later played by the same actor in non-Bond movies *RA*****T*** *R*AT*R*
128. TV Movie; 00s; British (England); socialite; Recurring-C; none?; wife of major character A** *******
129. Movie; 60s; Romani; tribal leader; Romani camp; spied on the Bulgars, reporting information back to his old friend *A*RA  [LOCKED; only one letter remaining; Letters found at time of locking: AORW]
130. Movie; 60s; American?; copilot; Flying Circus; seen in flight from Switzerland to Kentucky
131. Movie; 90s; Russian; Military Colonel, commanding officer of a Soviet nuclear testing facility; CIS (СНГ) Military; commanded guards as the facility was being decommissioned [*O*O***] A*A*******
132. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Smersh; attempted to distract someone in baccarat game by performing elaborate magic tricksm [**] *****R*
133. Movie; 70s; Egyptian; intelligence informant; Secret Intelligence Service; advised someone  to contact a black market trader and then a businessman [******] *O*****
134. Movie; 10s-20s; Portuguese or British?; intelligence operative turned cyber-terrorist; Secret Intelligence Service, SPECTRE; committed a series of terrorist attacks as part of a larger plan to publicly discredit and kill someone RAOU* ****A
135. Movie; 60s; British (England); navy commander, intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; impersonated someone in an effort to gain access to main villain JA*** *O**
136. TV Seres (pre-Bond), TV Special (Bond); 00s (pre-Bond), 10s-20s (Bond); British; housewife turned apparent office cleaner; Recurring-D; apparently Secret Intelligence Service in this instance; spoke to bond on a screen *A* (JOA*** TA**OR) [code name LOCKED; only one letter remaining; Letters found at time of locking: AORW]
137. Movie; 90s; Russian; escort girl; other character; one of two such characters who entertained someone, the other being 41 ***A
138. Movie; 70s; Chinese; henchwoman; main villain; ordered to watch someone who was changing in plane bathroom
139. Movie; 60s; British; secret service employee; Secret Intelligence Service; began training to resist seductive women *OOP*R
140. Movie; 60s; German; bodyguard, criminal operative; SPECTRE; fed main villain's pet piranhas *A**
141. Movie; 90s; unrevealed; stealth ship captain, security agent; Carver Media Group Network, Stealth Ship;  direct participant in plans to provoke a war between the United Kingdom and China [*APTA**] **OTT
142. Movie; 70s; American; enforcer, acrobat; main villain; with 38, tasked with imprisoning reclusive billionaire T*U*P*R
143. Movie; 80s; Nicaraguan; henchman, enforcer; Sanchez Cartel, Contras; with others, caught main villain's mistress with another man *AR*O
145. Movie; 60s; American; enforcer; main villain;  in charge of gassing the members of the mafia with Nerve Gas
146. Movie; 90s; American; media executive; Carver Media Group Network; spoke to someone in a meeting giving an update via video uplink ***** *A****O*
147. Movie; 70s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; said in meeting that the CIA had verifed main villain's fingerprints on bullet **** TA***R
148. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; sent to keep and eye on someone and diamonds *A*W****
149. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; terrorist; SPECTRE; participated in an attempt in Mexico to blow up a stadium *A**O
150. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army; with 218 and 303, invited to a demonstration of a new satellite that supposed could provide sunlight to areas of the world which lack it in order to promote agricultural development in cold climate countries [****RA*] *A**JA** *O**
151. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; got caught up in a winning streak in a casino JA*** *O**
152. Movie; 80s; Soviet; military general, intelligence operative; Soviet Union; faked his defection as part of an illicit arms and drug deal [****RA*] **OR** *O**O*
153. Movie; 60s; Mexican; intelligence operative; Mexican Government?; congratulated someone on destroying heroin lab ***RRA
154. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Central Intelligence Agency; shadowed Bond starting at Kingston Airport ***** ***T*R
155. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; circus leader, smuggler, henchwoman; Octopus Cult; cheated against a major in backgammon *A**A
156. Movie; 70s; American; navy captain; US Navy; ordered the destruction of main villain's submarine platform [*O**A***R] *ART*R
157. Movie; 80s; American; geologist; Zorin Industries; previously employed as chief engineer in a South African gold mine, where a cave-in killed twenty miners *O* *O****
158. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-B; SPECTRE (unclear if still active at this point); targeted someone in a cemetery *R**T *TA*RO **O****
159. Movie; 70s; American; customs officer; US Government; at Los Angeles International Airport, wanted to check the supposed body of someone's dead brother J*RR*
160. Movie; 00s; Russian; arms dealer; other character; listed as deceased in file *A**A *OR
161. Movie; 00s; Albanian; financier, criminal operative; Recurring-C (Recurring-A if you count a later image in cardboard cut-out); Quantum, SPECTRE (latter indirectly); banker who finances the world's terrorist organizations [**] *****R*
163. Movie; 00s; Austrian?; criminal operative, assassin; Recurring-A; Quantum, SPECTRE; recurring adversaryn prior to thallium poisoning [*R.] W**T*
164. Movie; 80s; German; mercenary, assassin; main villain; ordered top cut someone off as they were leaving biathlon course **AU*
166. TV Special; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; accompanied someone on helicopter ride JA*** *O**
167. Movie; 00s; Italian; opera singer/actress or singer, depending on how you look at it; Recurring-D; none?; seen on stage in opera performance **OR*A TO**A
168. Movie; 10s-20s; British; Member of Parliament, Home Secretary, minister of the court, president of the court; British Government; consistently negative about someone's actions during recent security crisis **A*R *O*AR
169. Movie; 10s-20s; British; undercover agent; Secret Intelligence Service; one of five undercover agents whose cover was blown by someone after he uploaded images of them on a YouTube video *A* *U****
170. Movie (deleted scene); 70s; unrevealed; harpist; The Whyte House; played harp  from a floating island in a nearby swimming pool *AR*A
171. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; targeted by someone sitting on a bed with him JA*** *O**
172. Movie; 00s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; provided intel on someone recently deceased **** TA***R
173. Movie; 90s; Russian; KGB officer turned mafia boss, businessman; Recurring-A; KGB turned independent; years earlier was shot in the leg by someone who also stole his car and "his girl" *A***T** ***O****
174. Movie; 60s; Soviet; Director of Military Intelligence; Soviet Embassy of Istanbul; seen in a conference at the embassy [****RA*] *A*****
175. Movie; 10s-20s; British; assistant; Secret Intelligence Service; assisted in an attempt to retrieve a hard drive *A****A
176. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; mercenary, professional assassin, enforcer; KGB; usually seen with personal stereo and strangulation is his preferred killing method ***RO*
177. Movie; 80s; American; entrepreneur, marine researcher, narcotics smuggler; Sanchez Cartel, Ocean Exotica, Wavekrest Marine Research;  used his company, Wavekrest Marine Research, to move cocaine for drug cartel ***TO* *R**T
178. Movie; 00s; Bolivian/Russian; intelligence operative; Bolivian Secret Service, independent; seeking revenge for the murder of her family by exiled dictator *A***** *O*T** R***RO
179. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; scientist; Stromberg Shipping (contracted); one of two scientists (the other 353) suspected by main villain of trying to sell the scaled-down photographic reproductions of submarine tracking system schematics to competing world powers [PRO****OR] *AR*O**T*
180. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); socialite; Recurring-C; none?; part of scheme to ply two Germans with drink and food in an attempt to learn how German U-boats made it through the British minefields near Norway A** *******
182. Movie; 60s; Australian; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland AU*TRA**A* A**** O* **AT*
183. Movie; 10s-20s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; assigned to guard a safe drive containing information on undercover agents embedded into terrorist groups RO**O*
184. Movie; 80s; Indian; bodyguard, enforcer; main villain; destroyed rigged dice someone used in a game of backgammon at a hotel casino *O****A
185. Movie; 60s; American; gangster; American Mafia; with 280 and someone in part 2, was promised one million dollars in stolen gold bullion but was doublecrossed J** *******T
186. TV Episode; 50s-60s; Soviet; intelligence operative; SMERSH?; believed someone was trying to poison her with cyanide pills and tried to do the same back *O**A ***O*A
187. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; tried to flee with fake Fabergé Egg he stole from circus *OU***-O* ****
188. Movie; 90s; French; helicopter pilot; Eurocopter Tiger; did test flight of new helicopter prototype [***UT**A*T] *RA**O** *ROU**
189. Movie; 70s; American; stand-up comic; main villain; acted as part of diamond smuggling pipeline **A** T***
190. TV Episode; 50s-60s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; encountered Russian spy while on holiday JA*** *O**
191. Movie; 60s; British; quartermaster; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; replaced someone's Beretta 418 .25 pistol with a Walther PPK handgun [*AJOR] *OOT*RO**
192. Movie; 00s; British; international liaison officer; Recurring-C (Recurring-A if you count archive footage); HM Treasury, Quantum, SPECTRE (latter indirectly); forced to act as double agent due to lover being taken hostage *****R ****
193. TV Movie; 80s; British?; unable to determine; unable to determine; the page with with most info on her got taken down, but actress playing her has a middle name that is usually masculine when a first name ***A S*. *A*R***
194. Movie; 80s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; with someone in part two, rescued someone from the Moroccan police in Tangiers
195. Movie; 90s; German; enforcer, torturer, head of security; Carver Media Group Network; shot at survivors of torpedoed ship R***AR* *TA***R
196. Movie; 80s; Soviet; assassin, circus performer; various characters; pinned someone to a cabin door with knives *R*****A
197. Movie; 60s; French; assassin, secret society member; SPECTRE; faked death and posed as own widow JA***** *OU*AR
198. Movie; 60s; French; intelligence operative; Smersh; posed as a widow to try to discredit someone [A***T] ****
199. Movie; 80s; British; spy ship crew member; Secret Intelligence Service; responsible for using the ATAC system when a mine hit the ship ***R**OR
200. Movie; 90s; British; navy lieutenant commander; Royal Navy; second-in-command of the British Type 23 frigate, HMS Devonshire [***UT**A*T *O**A***R] P*T*R *U**
201. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Central Intelligence Agency; pointed out main villain emerging from hotel for daily card game ***** ***T*R
202. Movie; 60s; French; police inspector; French Special Police; met up with someone in a French pissoir [******TOR] *AT***
203. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; criminal operative; SPECTRE; pursued by someone during the Day of the Dead parade at the Zocalo in Mexico City *AR*O ***ARRA
204. Movie; 70s; Thai; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; discussed the solex agitator with someone [***UT**A*T] **P
205. Movie; 90s; British; media mogul; own company; attempted to provoke a war between the United Kingdom and China in order to destroy the Chinese government and use the new government to obtain exclusive broadcasting rights in China ***OT *A***R
206. Movie; 80s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed; offered somone sausage and beer ***AT**
207. Movie; 60s; British/Dutch/Indonesian; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; uncovered a plan to sell compromising photographs of military leaders from the USA, USSR, China and Great Britain at an "art auction *ATA *O**
208. Movie; 80s; unable to determine; nuclear physicist, henchman; SPECTRE; was neverous when speaking to one villain, thyough another villain acted more fatherly towards him *O****
209. Movie; 70s; Thai; unrevealed; other character; seen skinny dipping in a pool ***W ***
210. Movie; 00s; British (England); intelligence operative, publicist; Secret Intelligence Service, Graves Corporation; Harvard-educated, gold medal-winning Olympic fencer **RA**A *RO*T
211. Movie; 90s; Russian/Bosnian; anarchist terrorist; KGB turned independemt; conspired with billionaire heiress to monopolize the world's oil market for profit R**AR* (***TOR *O*A*)
212. Movie; 10s-20s; Mexican; field operative; Mexican Secret Service; accompanied someone at the Day of the Dead celebrations in Mexico City **TR***A
213. Movie; 70s; Swedish; unrevealed; main villain; mistress of professional assassin A**R*A A***R*
214. Movie; 60s; Cayman Islander; fisherman; various characters; helped collect rock samples from the island of Crab Key **ARR**
215. Movie; 80s; American; Director of Oil and Mines; San Francisco City Hall; unwittingly aided psychotic industrialist in his plot to destroy Silicon Valley W.*. *OW*
216. Movie; 80s; British; assistant secretary; Secret Intelligence Service; was given a bouquet of carnations P****OP* **A***O**
217. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; unrevealed; unrevealed; wanted someone to "make love" to her P**** *AR**A**
218. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army; with 150 and 303, invited to a demonstration of a new satellite that supposed could provide sunlight to areas of the world which lack it in order to promote agricultural development in cold climate countries [****RA*] *A*
219. Movie; 80s; Cuban; freelance hitman; main villain; hired to kill a family ****OR *O**A***
220. TV Episode; 80s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-C; SPECTRE?; interviewed on talk show *R**T *TA*RO **O****
221. TV Miniseries; 10s-20s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division; initially a mischievous playboy who is chasing women, collecting books and living off his family's fortune *A* *******
222. Movie; 60s; Jamaican?; army general; Jamaican government; aided somone in investigation of main villain [*UP*R**T*****T] *U**
223. Movie; 80s; Isthmian; national president; Isthmus, Sanchez Cartel;  he and others were bribed and intimidated into becoming thralls of drug baron and his cartel ***TOR *OP**
224. Movie; 90s; Swiss; banker; La Banque Suisse de L'Industrie; involved in a number of deals with terrorists and other international criminals *A**A***
225. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; participated in casino poker match *A***O****
226. Movie; 10s-20s; British; scientist; Secret Intelligence Service; with others, worked for over a decade on the creation of the nanonweapon Heracles [*R.] *****
227. Movie; 60s; British; quartermaster, branch head; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; gave someone a case containing a throwing-knife, anti-tampering mechanism with a magnetised tear-gas cartridge (disguised as a tin of talcum powder), and fifty gold sovereigns [*AJOR] *OOT*RO**
228. Movie; 90s; Canadian; navy admiral, representative; Canadian Armed Forces, Royal Canadian Navy; lured back to woman's yacht, the Manticore, for a night of fun [A***RA*] **U** *ARR**
229. Movie; 70s; British (England)?; former intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; unlike other versions, this version is a villain JA*** *O**
230. Movie; 60s; Scandinavian; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland
231. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence agency Head; American Secret Service, Central Intelligence Agency, FBI, possibly others; has a habit of introducing himself with a stream of "alphabet soup", including all the organisations and branches he is involved with RA**O**
232. Movie; 80s; Japanese; narcotics agent posing as drug lord; Hong Kong Narcotics Agency; tasked with infiltrating drug lord's operations in Isthmus *OT*
233. Movie; 80s; Indian; station head; Secret Intelligence Service; escorrted someone to hotel, pointing out a palace along the way *A*RU****
234. Movie; 60s; British (England) but posing as Austrian; henchwoman posing as countess; other character; mistress of smuggler; sent to extract information from someone **** *O* ****A*
235. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchwoman; main villain; escorted two characters to their rooms [***T*R] ****
236. TV Episode; 80s; British; agency head; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; upset by amounts on someone's bills
238. TV Episode; 90s; British; agency head; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; listened to a threat to blow up the White House or the Kingdome, or at least a tent near the latter
239. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; ordered killed by the ruler of San Monique *AW**
240. Movie; 80s; Chinese; drug dealer; own cartel?; with others, offered exclusive franchises in main villain's cocaine product, priced at one million US dollars per territory [*R.] TA*  [partial LOCKED; only one letter remaining in second word (first is salutation); letters/numbers found at time of locking: AJORTW]
241. Movie; 70s; American; professional gambler?; independent?; lost all his money in a vain attempt to win the affections of opportunist/hustler *A***
242. Movie; 70s; Thai; businessman, industrialist; independent; hired assassin to kill scientist and recover an item *A* *AT
243. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; participated  in raid on Fort Knox JO****
244. Movie; 80s; French; personal pilot; Drax Industries, Drax Airlines; provided someone with an aerial tour of someone else's property *OR**** *U*OUR
245. Movie; 70s; British; diamond syndicate chairman; British Government; raised concerns with the Prime Minister regarding the increase in smuggling from South Afican mines, urging the British Secret Service to become involved [**R] *O*A** *U***R
246. Movie; 80s; American; stockbroker turned accountant; Sanchez Cartel; questioned the financial aspects of someone's decisions TRU***-*O***
247. Movie; 60s; British; taxi driver, intelligence operative; Foreign Office, Security Service; assisted someone in her infiltration of International Mother's Help in Berlin *AR*TO* TO**R*
248. Movie; 70s; San Monique; reptile handler, tribal chief; Voodoo Cult; eliminated someone's enemies via sacrifices *A**A*A
249. Movie; 90s; British; navy chief petty officer; Royal Navy; crew member of the British Type 23 frigate, HMS Devonshire [***** P*TT* O*****R] J. T*TT  [partially LOCKED; only one letter remaining in non-salutation part; letters/numbers found at time of locking: AJORTW]
250. Movie; 70s; American; diamond smuggler; SPECTRE; claimed she was named after her (accidental) birthplace, where her parents were going through a choice of wedding bands T***A** *A**
251. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); socialite; none?; mother of major character [*A**] ****** *******
252. Movie; 60s; French; bodyguard, assassin, secret society member; SPECTRE; waited for someone outside the chapel where the latter's fake funeral is taking place *R**O*
253. Movie; 60s; British; air force group captain; Royal Air Force; responsible for overseeing a NATO training flight which was subsequently hijacked by SPECTRE *AW*O*
254. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; stand-up comic?; unrevealed; did a monologue on a beach ***** ******R**
255. Movie; 70s; British; ballistics expert; Secret Intelligence Service; helped analyse the remains of the bullet that killed someone *O*T*ORP*
256. Movie; 60s; German; personal assistant, criminal operative; SPECTRE; trapped someone on plane with a smoke bomb and a wooden restraint ****A *RA**T
258. Movie; 00s; Canadian; intelligence operative; Canadian Security Intelligence Service; someone saved her from being compromised *ORR*** ****AU
259. Movie; 00s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed; mistook someone for a valet, and gave him his car keys in order to park his Range Rover ***U*T*
260. Movie; 80s; Soviet; assassin, circus knife-thrower; various characters; attacked someone with welding torch ******A
261. Movie; 80s; Greek; henchman, smuggler; other character; aids someone in fight to stop Soviet agents in Greece *ARA**OR**
262. TV Episode; 50s-60s; French; intelligence operative; Soviet Union; henchman for main villain *A***
263. Movie; 60s; Turkish; fisherman turned station head; Secret Intelligence Service; years ago infiltrated a traveling circus, working as a strongman and wrestler, and spied on the Russians, pretending he didn't know the language A** **R** ***
264. Movie; 80s; Greek; guerilla soldier turned smuggler; Greek Resistance turned independent; red herring character in terms of main villain ***O* *O*U**O
265. Movie; 00s; Greek; government contractor; Quantum; beaten in a game of poker three kings to three aces A*** ****TR*O*
266. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchman; SPECTRE; imposter used in training exercise *A** *A*** *O**
267. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; cultist, bodyguard; Octopus Cult; tasked with taking someone to their room *W***O****
268. Movie; 80s; Greek; henchman, driver, assassin; main villain; participated in the finding of St. Georges (a ship) APO*T**
269. Movie; 80s; American; drug enforcement operative; Drug Enforcement Administration; informed by someone over the phone that his boss had been maimed *A*****
270. Movie; 70s; American;  would-be assistant to wealthy men; independent?; upon stating her first name was told "You certainly are" P***T* O'TOO**
271. Movie; 60s; German; criminal, enforcer; Recurring-C; Red Lightning Tong turned SPECTRE; first seen at the Shrublands health spa [*OU*T] **PP*
272. Movie; 70s; British; nuclear submarine staff officer/captain; Royal Navy; British nuclear submarine staff officer who is the first to learn about the mysterious disappearance of the HMS Ranger [*APTA**] ****O*
273. Movie; 70s; Thai; ninja; Martial Arts School; student in the training school of wealthy industrialist **U*A
274. Movie; 60s; East German; spy trainer, assistant; Smersh; when he gets overexcited, this heart causes him trouble and to go too fast PO*O [LOCKED; only one letter remaining; letters found at time of locking: AJOPRTW]
276. Movie; 70s; British; solar energy scientist; Secret Intelligence Service;  employed by Thai multi-millionaire industrialist to develop a solution to the world's ongoing energy crisis ****O*
277. Movie; 00s; Cuban; gene therapist, clinic director; La Clinica Alvarez; corrupt director of the DNA replacement therapy clinic, La Clinica Alvarez, on the Isla de Los Organos, Cuba, who helped North Korean military officer and smuggler change identity [*R.] A**AR**
278. Movie; 10s-20s; French; criminal board member; SPECTRE; one of the SPECTRE board members who secretly met at the Palazzo Cadenza in Rome following the death of an operative *OR*AU
279. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; equestrian, enforcer; main villain; in San Francisco City Hall, after a murder, appeared in the doorway with petrol canisters and begins to douse the carpeting so the building can be set aflame J**** ****
280. Movie; 60s; American; gangster; American Mafia; with 185 and someone in part 2, was promised one million dollars in stolen gold bullion but was doublecrossed JA** *TRAP
281. Movie; 60s; French; liaison; Secret Intelligence Service; attended a funeral [****.] *A PORT*
282. Movie; 60s; American; actor, dancer; independent?; shot by backwards firing gun **OR** RA*T
283. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; helped someone find a hijacked plane that was carrying two atomic bombs, which they eventually find along with the corpse of the phony NATO observer ***** ***T*R
285. Movie; 60s; Chinese–Jamaican; freelance photographer, spy; Daily Gleaner; employed by main villain to spy on someone A**A*** **U**
286. Movie; 80s; Soviet; intelligence operative; KGB; taped an incriminating conversation between main villain and his oil company chief PO*A **A*O*A
287. Movie; 00s; British; section chief/double agent; Secret Intelligence Service; corrupt MI6 section chief in Prague, Czech Republic *R****
288. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; bodyguard, enforcer; main villain;  present in the Bahamas on-board Le Chiffre's luxury yacht, as the main villain plays poker *RATT   [LOCKED; only one letter remaining; letters/numbers found at time of locking: AJORTW]
289. Movie; 80s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed; thoguht someone was crazy for turning down sausage and beer
290. Movie; 60s; American?; masseuse; Fontainebleau Miami Beach Hotel; was slapped on the behind as she left the man she was massaging so he could have a private conversation with someone else
291. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; bodyguard, enforcer; Quantum; helped main villain  reclaim $101,206,000 due to a failed plot to sabotage an aerospace company **O
292. Movie; 00s; Swiss; banker; James Bond Wiki suggests a casino he does business with but more likely his bank; responsible for all monetary transactions during and after tournaments at a casino
293. Movie; 80s; American; fisherman; own charter business; attended a wedding **AR***
294. Movie; 80s; British; secret society member; Recurring-C; SPECTRE; reported that the criminal organisation earned £250,000 as a consultation fee for the Great Train Robbery of 1963 *U****R ****
295. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; trying to sneak into a place, was detected due to a flock of birds near him catching the guards' attention **AU* *A*P****
296. Movie; 00s; French; intelligence operative; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; was falsely believed by Bond to have doublecrossed him R*** *AT***
297. Movie; 60s; Swiss; solicitor; main villain; acted as a middle-man between the College of Arms and the main villain *U**O**
298. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; hotel manager; unnamed hotel; very helpful man and gave the best of his guests *A*U**
299. Movie; 70s; American; ranger; Ranger Station 1; owned the fastest boat in the bayou and worked for the State Wildlife Department Ranger Station 1 *****-*O*
300. Movie; 70s; American; mortician, diamond smuggler; own company;  part of the diamond smuggling pipeline from South Africa via Europe *ORTO* **U***R
301. Movie; 10s-20s; American; secret society member; SPECTRE; at a meeting, listened to reports of the attacks on Hamburg and Indonesia *AR**A**
302. Movie; 60s; Japanese; sumo wrestler; presumed Dewanoumi; gave someone tickets to a match *A*A*O*A*A *****AT*U
303. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army; with 150 and 218, invited to a demonstration of a new satellite that supposed could provide sunlight to areas of the world which lack it in order to promote agricultural development in cold climate [****RA*] **
304. Movie; 10s-20s; unrevealed; secret society member; SPECTRE; present at the SPECTRE meeting at the Palazzo Cadenza in Rome *A**R***
305. Movie; 90s; Japanese;  terrorist, chemical weapons expert; ADFL (Congolese Rebels in Zaire); wanted for the Tokyo subway sarin gas attack *ATO*** **A*URA
306. Movie; 80s; Korean?; bodyguard, enforcer?; Recurring-C; unable to determine; leapt off the Eiffel Tower with a parachute O**JO*
307. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; security agent; SPECTRE; seen during the SPECTRE meeting in Rome *OR***O
308. Movie; 10s-20s; British-French; none; none; daughter of major supporting character *AT***** *WA**
309. Movie; 60s;American; entrepreneur; independent/own company; reclusive American billionaire industrialist whose vast business empire and identity are subsequently stolen by main villain W***AR* W**T*
310. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchman; other character; attacked someone he later became an ally of in hotel home in Monte Carlo
311. TV Movie; 80s; German?; military general; National Socialist German Workers’ Party; main villain [***.] **R*AR* *********
312. Movie; 80s; French; enforcer, head of security, pilot; Zorin Industries; head of security for the illicit business dealings of billionaire industrialist **ARP***
313. TV Movie; 80s; unable to determine; unable to determine; unable to determine; info sparse and I never watched this *AP***
314. Movie; 80s; French; intelligence agent; French Secret Service; Secret Service contact in the South of France A***T T*R** TW**T*-*** (***O**)
315. Movie; 60s; no citizenship; place of birth unrevealed; pet; Recurring-A or B (hard to tell because the movies tend to use multiple cats); main villain; in one instance another cat was mistaken for this one **O****'* W**T* *AT
316. Movie; 80s; Soviet; unrevealed; KGB; was partly stripped by someone to distract guards RU*A**T**
317. Movie; 90s; British; lab assistant turned quartermaster; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; trained to replace another character
318. Movie; 10s-20s; Russian; terrorist leader, scientist, anarchist; independent; motivated to take down the criminal organisation SPECTRE for the deaths of his family at the hands of assassin **UT****R *A***
319. Movie; 60s; British; poultry farmer, sleeper agent (unknowingly); main villain (unknowingly); poultry allergy sufferer from Morecambe Bay, Lancashire RU** *ART**TT
320. Movie; 60s; British?; retired intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Smersh, Secret Intelligence Service; former secret agent who has since become a multi-millionaire with a penchant for wearing ridiculously extravagant outfits at her office *****R ****
321. Movie; 90s; Russian; computer technician, cyber-terrorist; Janus Syndicate; believed himself to be invincible *OR** **A*O**** *R******O
322. Movie; 60s; American; scientist; W.W. Tectronics, G Section; had been working for the company in "G section" for three years and was part of a team constructing an orbital laser weapon **AU* **R**R*******
323. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; took part in a poker match at a casino in Montenegro [*A*A*] W* [partially LOCKED; only one letter remaining in second word (first is saluation; letters found at time of locking: RW]
324. Movie; 60s; Chinese; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; argued with someone about the taste of the Chinese being different than all other women
325. Movie; 90s; Russian; lounge singer; unidentified St. Petersburg nightclub; worked as a singer at club in St. Petersburg, but appeared to be completely tone deaf *R**A
326. Movie; 00s; Swiss; enforcer, criminal operative; Quantum, Greene Planet; tasked with assisting mission to secure a resource-rich patch of land in Latin America by funding the overthrow of the Bolivian president in favor for exiled Bolivian General
327. Movie; 80s; American; diver, killer; Wavekrest Marine Research, Sanchez Cartel; murdered a friend of Bond's
328. Movie; 90s; unrevealed; television news presenter; Carver Media Group Network; present during a party at Hamburg media center, celebrating the launch of a new CMGN satellite TA*ARA *T***
329. Movie; 80s; British; quartermaster; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; felt that things had been dull in the absense of another character
330. Movie; 70s; Italian; secretary; other character(s); secretary to Egyptian black market trader ******A
331. Movie; 00s; British; agency head; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; sent someone to execute a duplicitous station chief in Prague, Czech Republic and his informant O****A *A*******
332. Movie; 00s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; tripped and fell into the crowd while chasing someone *ART*R
333. Movie; 00s; French; environmentalist, criminal, company founder/head; Recurring-A; Quantum, Greene Planet, SPECTRE (indirectly); spearheading the Tierra Project in Bolivia *O***** *R****
334. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; driver; Secret Intelligence Service; drove someone to the circus in East Germany *AR*
335. Movie; 80s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; picked someone up after he arrived in New York **AR***
336. Movie; 00s; Algerian (but born in Egypt); intelligence operative, terrorist, honeytrap; Quantum, SPECTRE (indirectly); seduced high-ranking women with valuable connections *U*** ****RA
337. Movie; 10s-20s; British; assistant; Secret Intelligence Service; briefly met with Bond and another character A***O* *****
338. Movie; 80s; American; drug enforcement agent; Drug Enforcement Administration;  accepted a $2 million bribe to free drug baron from U.S. custody ** *******R
339. Movie; 10s-20s; Austrian; terrorist mastermind; Recurring-A; SPECTRE, Independent; murdered father in a staged avalanche in Kitzbühel due to father's close relationship with  foster brother *R**T *TA*RO **O**** (*RA** O***R*AU**R)
340. Movie; 10s-20s; British; scientist; Secret Intelligence Service; responsible for the development of nanoweapon [*R.] *AR**
341. Commercial; 90s; Polish?; unrevealed; Recurring-C; unrevealed if any; seen riding a highway or tour bus JAW* [LOCKED; only one letter remaining; Letters found at time of locking: AJORW]
342. Movie; 00s; Italian; card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; took part in casino poker match TO*****
343. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)?; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; put can in trash bag and then dropped the bag JA*** *O**
344. Movie; 60s; East German; spy trainer; Smersh, International Mothers' Help; ran school for spies, based in East Berlin, that is a Smersh cover operation [*RAU] *O****R
345. Movie; 90s; Russian; army major general; Armed Forces of the Russian Federation; was Russia's liaison to the joint MI6 / Admirality team in the British Situation Room [*A*OR ****RA*] *U**AR**
346. Movie; 70s; American; unrevealed; unrevealed; accompanied husband on holiday in Thailand *A****** P*PP*R
347. Movie; 10s-20s; British; intelligence operative turned secretary; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; inadvertently shot ally non-fatally *** *O***P****
348. Movie; 80s; Soviet; military lieutenant-general; USSR; believed that the Warsaw Pact had a decisive advantage over NATO in conventional military strength that was being tossed away by its leaders in détente [***UT**A*T-****RA*] OR*O*
349. Movie; 70s; French; henchwoman; main villain; someone choked her with her bikini top to extract info on main villain's whereabouts *AR**
350. Movie; 00s; Ugandan; resistance army commander; Lord's Resistance Army, Quantum; angered that main villain lost his money *T**** O*A**O
351. Movie; 10s-20s; Cuban; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; despite claiming to have had only three weeks of training, proved to be highly effective in combat PA*O*A
352. Movie; 60s; Turkish; station agent; Secret Intelligence Service; someone asked to help to get across the frontier between Yugoslavia and Trieste *****T
353. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; scientist; Stromberg Shipping; one of two scientists (the other 353) suspected by main villain of trying to sell the scaled-down photographic reproductions of submarine tracking system schematics to competing world powers [*R.] *****A**
354. Movie; 60s; Mexican; assassin, enforcer; other character; involved in plot of selling heroin through the front of selling bananas *APU**O
355. TV Episode; 00s; British?; unwilling criminal agent; Recurring-C; other character (unwillingly); had to work for villain because her brother was being held hostage PU*** *A*OR*
357. Movie; 80s; Greek; guerilla soldier turned heroin smuggler, intelligence operative; USSR, Great Britain, Greek Resistance (formerly), KGB; hired by KGB to obtain the ATAC device AR** *R**TATO*
358. Movie; 60s; Soviet; cipher clerk, army corporal; Soviet Armed Forces, SPECTRE (Unknowingly); originally was a ballerina, but had to abandon her goal of dancing for the Bolshoi Ballet when she grew one inch taller than the maximum height permitted for girls TAT*A*A R**A*O*A
359. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; claimed to be on her second assignment RO*** *AR**R
360. Movie; 60s; Soviet; embassy Chief of Security; Soviet Embassy of Istanbul; seen in conference that was spied upon *O**O****
361. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative, laboratory assistant; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; helped test an arm cast, which flipped out and crushed the head of an adjacent dummy ***T**R*
362. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; possible professional gambler; independent?; watched a card game that she did not participate in PRU*  [LOCKED; only one letter remaining; letters foubnd at time of locking:  AJOPRTUW]
363. TV Movie; 10s-20s; British (England); model; likely modeling agency; nickname was the sound a farm animal makes *UR*** "*OO" WR****
364. Movie; 70s; Soviet; intelligence operative; KGB; tried to assassinate someone on a downhill ski chase in Austria **R*** *AR*O*
365. Movie; 00s; American; military general; American army; leader of the American army in the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea [****RA*] **A****R
366. Movie; 60s; British; navy chief petty officer turned butler; Royal Navy; greeted someone at the front door and took him to his former Admiral, whom he was now the butler for [***** P*TT* O*****R] ****O**
367. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; criminal associate; Quantum; tried to poison someone during casino match *A****A
368. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; criminal operative, professional assassin;  SPECTRE; broke out of Dartmoor Prison and two years later was recruited by the international criminal organisation SPECTRE and from then on trained as an agent and assassin R** *RA*T
369. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; criminal operative?; unrevealed; while sitting on bed with someone, pulled out gun and threatened to kill him **A** **ATO*
370. Movie; 00s; British; field agent; Secret Intelligence Service; with another agent, tazed someone and dragged him away W****A**
371. Movie; 00s; American; section chief; Central Intelligence Agency; negotiated a deal with someone to ignore his orchestrated coup in Bolivia in exchange for oil *R**OR* ***WOO* "*R***" **A*
372. Movie; 00s; Bolivian; army general; Bolivia; military dictator of his home country, Bolivia, but was later overthrown and exiled [****RA*] *A*RA*O

 


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Re: Gotta Catch 'em All Challenge 62 Collage 50 James Bond Live 1 of 2

For locked characters *=newly added.

LOCKED CHARACTERS:
25
55*
92
128
274
288
341
362*
Some one-letter characters

PARTIALLY LOCKED CHARACTERS:
52
108
136
240
249
323
Some characters with one-letter code names

Other clues:
Two different characters played by the same actress decades appear consecutively.
There are six instances of a fictional/fictionalized character playing a fictional character, of which four are covered in the next point.
There are five characters from the Bond Girls skit mentioned in the first post, of which four are covered by rule 13.
There is one instance of the same character played by two actors in the same movie where both versions are in part 1. One has been identified, one has not.
Two consecutive characters phonetically (and with only one letter difference) give you the name of a major character from Agents of SHIELD


Tally (as before hiding some of the more obscure ones unless previously identified; with so many characters errors could arise)

Casino Royale 2006    29
Diamonds Are Forever    19
For Your Eyes Only    17
Octopussy    16
Licence to Kill    15
Tomorrow Never Dies    15
Casino Royale 1967    14
From Russia with Love    14
Quantum of Solace    14
On Her Majesty's Secret Service    13
Man with The Golden Gun    12
Thunderball    12
Goldfinger    11
Live and Let Die    11
Spy Who Loved Me    11
SNL    10
World Is Not Enough    10
Die Another Day    9
Dr. No    9
Spectre    9
The Living Daylights    9
GoldenEye    8
Skyfall    8
View to a Kill     8
No Time to Die    7
[Ian Fleming biopic]    6
You Only Live Twice    6
Never Say Never Again    5
Climax Theater: Casino Royale    3
Moonraker    3
[Ian Fleming miniseries]    2
[Ian Fleming biopic]    2
[Ian Fleming biopic]     2
[sketch show]    2
[sketch show]    1
[fundraiser show]     1
[martial arts movie]    1
James Bond and the Queen    1
[talk show]    1
[movie about master thief]    1
[soft drink commercial]    1
[talk show]    1
[short film within sketch show of sorts]    1

 


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Re: Gotta Catch 'em All Challenge 62 Collage 50 James Bond Live 1 of 2

For the James Bond Hangman round, numbers spelled out where applicable because there are fewer than in the superhero rounds (but do use the actual numbers in answers where appropriate). If a one word name (M, Q, or R) has a known or implied real name, that will be used instead; otherwise such characters will be locked but not noted as such.

The Random Number Generator picks M.

Letters found so far: AJMOPRTUW

See first post for explamation of Recurring categories.

1. Movie; 00s; Russian; politician, secret society member; Quantum, Russian Government; one of several peoples attending a meeting during an opera performance ****OR *ARA*O*
2. Movie; 80s; Afghan; Deputy Commander of the Eastern District; Mujaheddin, Snow Leopard Brotherhood; freed by Bond from a prison during Bond's own escape attempt *AMRA* **A*
3. Movie; 70s; British (England); diamond smuggler, transport consultant; major villain (unknowingly); impersonated by Bond  P*T*R *RA***
4. Movie; 70s; American; astronaut; W Technologies; astronaut testing or training on Whyte-manufactured moon landing equipment *ARR*
5. Movie; 70s; San Monique; crime kingpin, politician; Voodoo Cult; using poppies, hoped to flood the U.S. market with two tonnes of heroin distributed through his legitimate restaurants free of charge, thus forcing other drug dealers out of business. MR. *** [(*R.) *A*A**A
6. Movie; 80s; Soviet; KGB General; KGB; Bond was set to kill him but was distristful about the reasons [****RA*] **O*** PU*****
8. Movie; 70s; American; flying school student; Bleeker Flying School; was in a plane that was targeted by henchmen [MR*.] ****
9. TV Episode; 50s-60s; British; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; British Intelligence; gave someone 32 million francs to allow him to keep playing in a casino **AR**** ***T*R
10. Movie; 90s; Russian; atomic scientist; Russian Atomic Energy Department; gave someone  a plane necessary to steal a nuclear weapon set to be dismantled in Kazakhstan [*R.] M***A** AR*O*
12. Movie; 80s; British; butler, security operative; Secret Intelligence Service; discovered assassins dumping a cook's body into a chest freezer *R*** *OUR
13. Movie; 80s; East German; intelligence operative, biathlete; KGB; young woman was interested in him but he only scowled at her *R*** *R*****R
14. Movie; 90s; French; helicopter pilot; Eurocopter Tiger; captain of new helicopter prototype [*A*T.] **R*AR* JAU**RT
15. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; had blood thrown at him *A****
16. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; professional assassin, criminal operative; Recurring-C; SPECTRE; deployed in order to protect the secrecy of SPECTRE's plot **PP*
17. Movie; 00s; Japanese; chemical engineer; other character; seen only in a photo, along with 160 and someone in part 2 ***** *AWA*OWA
18. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; diamond trader; other character; contracted to supply rogue colonel with African conflict diamonds in exchange for weaponry *A* ***R*
19. Movie; 90s; Russian; programmer;  none; unknowingly friends with a villain, whom she saw as an annoying little brother *ATA**A **O*ORO**A ***OMO*A
20. Movie; 60s; Chinese; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland ******* A**** O* **AT*
21. Movie; 60s; British?; adjutant; other character; newspaper hints that this character was intended to have a larger role in the film; instead was just present in a meeting between Bond and another character P****A*
22. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; tasked with arresting rogue agent dead or alive *A**O*
23. Movie; 60s; Japanese; intelligence operative; Japanese Secret Service; helped someone with ninja training and pretending to be Japanese A**
24. Movie; 80s; British (England); high ranking politician; Recurring-D; British Government, Conservative Party; based on real person MAR*AR*T T*AT***R
25. Movie; 70s; American; technology firm administrator; W.W. Tectronics; under his watch his company constructed an orbital laser weapon TO* [LOCKED; only one letter remaining; letters/numbers found at time of locking: AJORTW]
26. Movie; 80s; Italian; intelligence operative; British Secret Service; informed Bond about activities of a killer Bond was chasing *U*** **RRARA
27. Movie; 60s; Irish; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland *R*** A**** O* **AT*
28. Movie; 70s; South African; houseboy; missionary school; read to school children JO**UA
29. Movie; 70s; Soviet; KGB General; KGB, Ministry of Foreign Affairs; recurring ally of MI6 despite being on opposite sides during the Cold war [****RA*] A*ATO* *O*O*
30. Movie; 80s; Russian; curator; USSR; realized a piece of jewelry was a fake *OR**O*
31. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; businessman in novelization; other character; was involved with main villain's mistress A**AR**
32. Movie; 10s-20s; British; criminal operative; SPECTRE; attended a "birthday" festivity in Cuba [**R] ***A*T*A* *'AT*
34. Movie; 60s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-A if you count repeating footage, otherwise Recurring-B; Royal Navy, Secret Intelligence Service; targeted by unseen assailant whom he shot JAM** *O**
35. Movie; 90s; British; navy captain; Royal Navy; his ship was remotely meaconed off-course into Chinese-held waters by techno-terrorist [*OMMA***R] R***AR* *A*
36. Movie; 80s; American; state geologist; State of California; her father passed before he could train her how to effectively maintain control over the family oil company *TA*** *UTTO*
37. Movie; 60s; Russian; cipher clerk; Soviet Armed Forces; with 105, colleage of major supporting character (in the movie, not series as a whole) *ATA**A
38. Movie; 70s; American; enforcer, acrobat; major villain; with 142, tasked with imprisoning reclusive billionaire *AM**
40. Movie; 70s; American; state trooper; Louisiana State Police; helped sheriff try to to catch people on the river
41. Movie; 90s; Russian; escort girl; other character; one of two such characters who entertained someone, the other being 137 **RU***A
42. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)?; intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; unlike other versions of this character, could not hold his liquor ****TW****T JAM** *O**
43. Movie; 90s; American; media executive; Carver Media Group Network; tasked to arrange and report any news of havoc that would earn lots of ratings J*** *O***
44. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; honeytrap, intelligence operative; Smersh; masqueraded as a daughter of a late "MI5" head and is only identifiable by pseudonym P** M*TARR*
45. Movie; 80s; American; Air Force commanding officer; U.S. Air Force; enjoyed a circus performance [***UT**A*T ****RA*] P*T*R*O*
47. Movie; 00s; British; intelligence contact; other character; spotted someone shadowing him as he watched a cricket match *****R
48. Movie; 80s; no citizenship; place of birth unrevealed; pet; Recurring-B; major villain; abandoned his human after the latter's plot went awry *O*O*O*
49. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); intelligence operative; British Security Coordination; took someone to a bar that was considered a bit of a dive **AR *R***
50. Movie; 70s; British; navy captain; Royal Navy; with his nuclear submarine crew, taken captive by main villain [*OMMA***R] TA**OT
51. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; terrorist, bomb maker; major villain; attended a mongoose/snake fight in Madagascar MO**A*A *A**O
52. Movie; 70s; American; sheriff; Recurring-A; Louisiana State Police; after previously pursuiing someone, encountered them again while on vacation in Thailand [***R***] J.W. P*PP*R [partially LOCKED; only one letter remaining in non-salutation part; letters found at time of locking: AJOPRTW]
54. Movie; 80s; Soviet; bomb expert; USSR; delivered a nuclear bomb to villains [****OR ***UT**A*T] *A**
55. Movie; 70s; Cuban; detective, sleeper agent/intelligence operative; independent;  loaned someone a 1957 Ford Fairlane to travel to Los Organos RAOU* [LOCKED; only one letter remaining; letters foubnd at time of locking:  AJOPRTUW]
56. Movie; 70s; Chinese; student?; karate school?; with sister, helped defeat martial arts students **A
57. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; terrorist, weapons manufacturer; Quantum; used a Ugandan warlord's money to short-sell stock in a promising aerospace company, thus betting the money on the company's failure; character only known by alias *AR*O* ***O***
58. Movie; 90s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; was scolded for calling someone the Evil Queen of Numbers **** TA***R
59. Movie; 90s; Chinese; Military General; People's Liberation Army; intended to wipe out the Chinese top politicians and military officers with nuclear rocket and, afterwards, take over the government in China [****RA*] **A**
60. Movie; 60s; British; Air Force group captain; Royal Air Force; one of the men responsible for overseeing the recovery of atomic weapons hijacked by SPECTRE PR*T**AR*
61. Movie; 10s-20s; British; psychologist; Secret Intelligence Service; examined someone's mental health after he came back to MI6. [*O*TOR] *A**
62. Movie; 10s-20s; French; mercenary, assassin; Recurring-A only if you count picture; SPECTRE; upon discovering that he was being tailed, initiated a high speed car chase that attracted the attention of several local police officers PATR***
63. Movie; 70s; British; helicopter pilot, personal assistant; major villain; flirted with someone she tried to kill *AOM*
64. Movie; 90s; British; Deputy Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; helped bring Bond up to speed on the latest events and the parameters of his mission **AR*** RO****O*
65. Movie; 80s; German; geneticist turned horse breeder, head scientist; Nazi Germany, Soviet Union, Zorin Industries; experiments led to babies who  were often psychotic in nature, but grew into children with gifted intelligence.  [**.] *AR* MORT**R (*A** **AU*)
66. Movie; 00s; British; Special Advisor to the Prime Minister, criminal operative; Quantum, British Government; one of several peoples attending a meeting during an opera performance *** *A****
67. Movie; 60s; Italian; infiltrator; SPECTRE; hired to assassinate and impersonate NATO pilot A****O PA*A***
68. Movie; 80s; British/Greek; unrevealed; Independent; located assassin who killed her parents at the villa he owned near Madrid, Spain, and went there to exact her revenge M****A *A***O**
69. Movie; 00s; British; personal security detail, sleeper agent; Secret Intelligence Service, Quantum; mole who passed annual security checks and lie detector tests *RA** M*T*****
70. Movie; 80s; Isthmian; bank secretary; Banco de Isthmus; when someone arrived to make a "small deposit" in the bank (in reality, almost $5 million), she helped her patron count his money *O**U**O
71. Movie; 00; North Korean; Military General; Korean People's Army; wished for a peaceful reunification of Korea, whereas his son wanted war [****RA*] MOO* [partly LOCKED; only one letter remaining in non-saluation; letters found at time of locking: AJMOPRTUW]
73. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division; got himself expelled from Eton and other prestigious public schools before his mother, fed up, sent him to work for Reuters *A* ***M***
74. Movie; 70s; Soviet; KGB agent; KGB; with another character, survived a fight with Bond in Egypt *OR**
75. Movie; 80s; Ukrainian SSR; General Secretary; Communist Party of the Soviet Union; oversaw a meeting of the Red Army military commissariat **O*** *R******
76. TV Episode; 00s; American; professional gambler?; none?; was shocked by the name of a woman who showed up at the table he was sitting at at a casino *WA*** *O****
77. Movie; 00s; Italian; unrevealed; other character; persuaded boyfriend to assist Bond **MMA
78. Movie; 60s; American; professional gambler?; unrevealed; his secretary assisted a rival in cheating him in cards **MMO**
79. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; unrevealed; unrevealed; someone was worried she'd trigger a code to a missile **A M******
80. Movie; 60s; Bahamian; intelligence operative, boating supplies shop owner; Secret Intelligence Service; operated from the basement of his boating supplies shop P****R
81. Movie; 80s; British; secretary; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; helped investigate sniper in Bratislava [M***] MO***P*****
82. Movie; 60s; French; intelligence agency head; Deuxième Bureau; implored someone to come out of retirement to deal with org who has been eliminating agents ***RA**
83. TV Episode; 50-60s; French?; intelligence operative; Soviet Union; threatended someone with a cane-gun *O*TA*
84. Movie; 70s; British?; diamond smuggler, missionary teacher; SPECTRE (unknowingly); transported diamonds off the continent in a hollowed-out Bible [MR*.] W***T***
85. TV Episode (later expanded on DVD); 00s; British (England)?; intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; fought three hooded opponents JAM** *O**
87. Movie; 60s; Japanese; Head of Secret Service; Japanese Secret Service; headquarters is inside an underground train that constantly travels around the Tokyo subway for his protection T***R TA*A*A
88. Movie; 80s; Isthmian;  enforcer, henchman, advisor; Sanchez Cartel; with others, caught main villain's mistress with another man P*R**
89. Movie; 80s; American; police detective; Key West Police Department; investigated someone's maiming RA*MU****
90. Movie; 80s; Greek/British (born in Greece); unrevealed; unrevealed; mother of 68 *O*A *A***O**
91. Movie; 10s-20s; French; consultant psychiatrist; Recurring-A; Hoffler Klinik, SPECTRE, Quantum (latter two via familial association); Bond incorrectly believed she had doublecrossed him [*R.] MA******* *WA**
92. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; maintenance and security officer/mechanic; major villain; unsuccessfully tried to flirt with someone *RA [LOCKED; only one letter remaining; Letters found at time of locking: AORW]
93. Movie; 00s; German; criminal operative; Quantum; met with someone in Venice to receive money A*O*P* **TT***
94. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative, astronaut; Central Intelligence Agency; spied on main villain *O*** *OO***A*
95. Movie; 60s; Italian; criminal operative; Recurring-C; SPECTRE; collected rare shark species for research and conservation purposes for marine institutes *M***O *AR*O
98. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-A; SPECTRE; uncovered embezzlement and electrocuted the culprit *R**T *TA*RO **O****
99. TV Episode; 80s; British (England)?; businessman, criminal; independent?; petted a rabbit stuffed animal *O***T***
100. Movie; 60s; Chinese; technical liaison/nuclear fission specialist, intelligence operative; China; provided main villain with atomic bomb [MR.] ****
101. Movie; 80s; British; representative; Foreign and Commonwealth Office; informed someone that another character's yacht, the Flying Saucer, was now heading for Nice, France ***** *MA**-*AW**TT
102. Movie; 80s; Belgian; henchman, professional assassin; Marseilles and Hong Kong drug syndicates; after being convicted of several particularly brutal murders, he was sentenced to life imprisonment in Namur Prison *M*** **OPO** *O**U*
103. Movie; 00s; British; personal assistant; Secret Intelligence Service; gagged upon seeing open-eyed corpse ******R*
104. Movie; 90s; Ukrainian SSR; head of security, terrorist; King Industries; bhelped Russian scientist smuggle Parahawks *A**A *A***O*
105. Movie; 60s; Russian; cipher clerk; Soviet Armed Forces; with 37, colleage of major supporting character (in the movie, not series as a whole) *R**A
106. Movie; 70s; American; CIA agent; Central Intelligence Agency; posted around casino during risky diamond exchange
107. Movie; 70s; American; flying school owner?; own flying school; called someone for compensation after one of his places was destroyed ******R
108. Movie; 00s; Bolivian; military lieutenant; other character; accompanied his commanding officer to Port-au-Prince, Haiti for his meeting with someone [***UT**A*T] OR*O [partially LOCKED; only one letter remaining in second word (first is saluation; letters found at time of locking: ORW]
109. Movie; 90s; British; construction magnate, oil magnate; King Industries; became a personal friend of major character after they read law together at Oxford [**R] RO**RT ****
111. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; took part ina poker match *A**AR*O
112. Movie; 90s; British; navy Fleet Commander; Royal Navy; received an urgent message from the Admiralty ordering the fleet to search for a nearby Stealth Ship [****-A*M*RA*] *****
113. Movie; 60s; British; secretary; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; given the task of establishing a rigorous programme to train male agents to ignore the charms of women [M***] MO***P****
114. Movie; 90s; American; Head of Special Projects, vice-president of media company; Carver Media Group Network; tasked to arrange and report any news of havoc that would earn lots of ratings TOM WA**A**
115. Movie; 90s; Azerbaijani/British (England); oil tycoon, socialite, CEO; King Industries; kidnapped in a scheme to extort a large sum from her father, who refused to pay the ransome ****TR* ****
116. Movie; 60s; Jamaican; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland JAMA**A* A**** O* **AT*
118. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; assassin, enforcer; major villains; knocked out gondola technician and tried to help kill two agents *A*U**
119. Movie; 60s; Jamaican; shell diver; Independent; emerged from the sea collecting shells and singing "Under the Mango Tree"  *O*** R***R
120. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; guard; Zorin Industries; brought someone a helmet **RR*
121. TV Movie; 00s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division; during World War II was recruited as personal assistant to the Director of Naval Intelligence *A* ***M***
122. Movie; 80s; American; international arms dealer, mercenary, drug dealer; West Point,
Belgian Congo; his military career was a failure, so he turned to arms dealing to organize his own personal military force *RA* W**TA**R
123. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player?; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; lost with a straight flush in a poker match *U*UTU
124. TV Movie; 80s; unable to determine; unable to determine; unable to determine; the page with with most info on her got taken down, but played by someone who played another character in a movie [*A**] *ARO**** *OR****
126. Movie; 70s; Portuguese; gunsmith; independent; delivered golden bullets to someone at a casino *A*AR
127. Movie; 60s; likely none; likely none; Recurring-D; independent?; later played by the same actor in non-Bond movies *RA*****T*** *R*AT*R*
128. TV Movie; 00s; British (England); socialite; Recurring-C; none?; wife of major character A** ***M***
129. Movie; 60s; Romani; tribal leader; Romani camp; spied on the Bulgars, reporting information back to his old friend *A*RA  [LOCKED; only one letter remaining; Letters found at time of locking: AORW]
130. Movie; 60s; American?; copilot; Flying Circus; seen in flight from Switzerland to Kentucky
131. Movie; 90s; Russian; Military Colonel, commanding officer of a Soviet nuclear testing facility; CIS (СНГ) Military; commanded guards as the facility was being decommissioned [*O*O***] A*A*******
132. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Smersh; attempted to distract someone in baccarat game by performing elaborate magic tricksm [**] *****R*
133. Movie; 70s; Egyptian; intelligence informant; Secret Intelligence Service; advised someone  to contact a black market trader and then a businessman [******] *O*****
134. Movie; 10s-20s; Portuguese or British?; intelligence operative turned cyber-terrorist; Secret Intelligence Service, SPECTRE; committed a series of terrorist attacks as part of a larger plan to publicly discredit and kill someone RAOU* ****A
135. Movie; 60s; British (England); navy commander, intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; impersonated someone in an effort to gain access to main villain JAM** *O**
136. TV Seres (pre-Bond), TV Special (Bond); 00s (pre-Bond), 10s-20s (Bond); British; housewife turned apparent office cleaner; Recurring-D; apparently Secret Intelligence Service in this instance; spoke to bond on a screen *A* (JOA*** TA**OR) [code name LOCKED; only one letter remaining; Letters found at time of locking: AORW]
137. Movie; 90s; Russian; escort girl; other character; one of two such characters who entertained someone, the other being 41 ***A
138. Movie; 70s; Chinese; henchwoman; main villain; ordered to watch someone who was changing in plane bathroom M**-***
139. Movie; 60s; British; secret service employee; Secret Intelligence Service; began training to resist seductive women *OOP*R
140. Movie; 60s; German; bodyguard, criminal operative; SPECTRE; fed main villain's pet piranhas *A**
141. Movie; 90s; unrevealed; stealth ship captain, security agent; Carver Media Group Network, Stealth Ship;  direct participant in plans to provoke a war between the United Kingdom and China [*APTA**] **OTT
142. Movie; 70s; American; enforcer, acrobat; main villain; with 38, tasked with imprisoning reclusive billionaire T*UMP*R
143. Movie; 80s; Nicaraguan; henchman, enforcer; Sanchez Cartel, Contras; with others, caught main villain's mistress with another man *AR*O
145. Movie; 60s; American; enforcer; main villain;  in charge of gassing the members of the mafia with Nerve Gas
146. Movie; 90s; American; media executive; Carver Media Group Network; spoke to someone in a meeting giving an update via video uplink ***** *A****O*
147. Movie; 70s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; said in meeting that the CIA had verifed main villain's fingerprints on bullet **** TA***R
148. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; sent to keep and eye on someone and diamonds MA*W****
149. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; terrorist; SPECTRE; participated in an attempt in Mexico to blow up a stadium *A**O
150. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army; with 218 and 303, invited to a demonstration of a new satellite that supposed could provide sunlight to areas of the world which lack it in order to promote agricultural development in cold climate countries [****RA*] *A**JA** *O**
151. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; got caught up in a winning streak in a casino JAM** *O**
152. Movie; 80s; Soviet; military general, intelligence operative; Soviet Union; faked his defection as part of an illicit arms and drug deal [****RA*] **OR** *O**O*
153. Movie; 60s; Mexican; intelligence operative; Mexican Government?; congratulated someone on destroying heroin lab ***RRA
154. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Central Intelligence Agency; shadowed Bond starting at Kingston Airport ***** ***T*R
155. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; circus leader, smuggler, henchwoman; Octopus Cult; cheated against a major in backgammon MA**A
156. Movie; 70s; American; navy captain; US Navy; ordered the destruction of main villain's submarine platform [*OMMA***R] *ART*R
157. Movie; 80s; American; geologist; Zorin Industries; previously employed as chief engineer in a South African gold mine, where a cave-in killed twenty miners *O* *O****
158. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-B; SPECTRE (unclear if still active at this point); targeted someone in a cemetery *R**T *TA*RO **O****
159. Movie; 70s; American; customs officer; US Government; at Los Angeles International Airport, wanted to check the supposed body of someone's dead brother J*RR*
160. Movie; 00s; Russian; arms dealer; other character; listed as deceased in file *A**A *OR
161. Movie; 00s; Albanian; financier, criminal operative; Recurring-C (Recurring-A if you count a later image in cardboard cut-out); Quantum, SPECTRE (latter indirectly); banker who finances the world's terrorist organizations [**] *****R*
163. Movie; 00s; Austrian?; criminal operative, assassin; Recurring-A; Quantum, SPECTRE; recurring adversaryn prior to thallium poisoning [MR.] W**T*
164. Movie; 80s; German; mercenary, assassin; main villain; ordered top cut someone off as they were leaving biathlon course **AU*
166. TV Special; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; accompanied someone on helicopter ride JAM** *O**
167. Movie; 00s; Italian; opera singer/actress or singer, depending on how you look at it; Recurring-D; none?; seen on stage in opera performance **OR*A TO**A
168. Movie; 10s-20s; British; Member of Parliament, Home Secretary, minister of the court, president of the court; British Government; consistently negative about someone's actions during recent security crisis **A*R *O*AR
169. Movie; 10s-20s; British; undercover agent; Secret Intelligence Service; one of five undercover agents whose cover was blown by someone after he uploaded images of them on a YouTube video *A* *U****
170. Movie (deleted scene); 70s; unrevealed; harpist; The Whyte House; played harp  from a floating island in a nearby swimming pool MAR*A  [LOCKED; only one letter remaining; letters found at time of locking: AJMOPRTUW]
171. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; targeted by someone sitting on a bed with him JAM** *O**
172. Movie; 00s; British; Chief of Staff; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; provided intel on someone recently deceased **** TA***R
173. Movie; 90s; Russian; KGB officer turned mafia boss, businessman; Recurring-A; KGB turned independent; years earlier was shot in the leg by someone who also stole his car and "his girl" *A***T** ***O****
174. Movie; 60s; Soviet; Director of Military Intelligence; Soviet Embassy of Istanbul; seen in a conference at the embassy [****RA*] *A*****
175. Movie; 10s-20s; British; assistant; Secret Intelligence Service; assisted in an attempt to retrieve a hard drive *A****A
176. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; mercenary, professional assassin, enforcer; KGB; usually seen with personal stereo and strangulation is his preferred killing method ***RO*
177. Movie; 80s; American; entrepreneur, marine researcher, narcotics smuggler; Sanchez Cartel, Ocean Exotica, Wavekrest Marine Research;  used his company, Wavekrest Marine Research, to move cocaine for drug cartel M**TO* *R**T
178. Movie; 00s; Bolivian/Russian; intelligence operative; Bolivian Secret Service, independent; seeking revenge for the murder of her family by exiled dictator *AM**** MO*T** R***RO
179. Movie; 70s; unrevealed; scientist; Stromberg Shipping (contracted); one of two scientists (the other 353) suspected by main villain of trying to sell the scaled-down photographic reproductions of submarine tracking system schematics to competing world powers [PRO****OR] MAR*O**T*
180. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); socialite; Recurring-C; none?; part of scheme to ply two Germans with drink and food in an attempt to learn how German U-boats made it through the British minefields near Norway A** ***M***
182. Movie; 60s; Australian; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland AU*TRA**A* A**** O* **AT*
183. Movie; 10s-20s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; assigned to guard a safe drive containing information on undercover agents embedded into terrorist groups RO**O*
184. Movie; 80s; Indian; bodyguard, enforcer; main villain; destroyed rigged dice someone used in a game of backgammon at a hotel casino *O****A
185. Movie; 60s; American; gangster; American Mafia; with 280 and someone in part 2, was promised one million dollars in stolen gold bullion but was doublecrossed J** M******T
186. TV Episode; 50s-60s; Soviet; intelligence operative; SMERSH?; believed someone was trying to poison her with cyanide pills and tried to do the same back *O**A ***O*A
187. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; tried to flee with fake Fabergé Egg he stole from circus *OU***-O* ****
188. Movie; 90s; French; helicopter pilot; Eurocopter Tiger; did test flight of new helicopter prototype [***UT**A*T] *RA**O** *ROU**
189. Movie; 70s; American; stand-up comic; main villain; acted as part of diamond smuggling pipeline **A** T***
190. TV Episode; 50s-60s; British (England); intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; encountered Russian spy while on holiday JAM** *O**
191. Movie; 60s; British; quartermaster; Recurring-B; Secret Intelligence Service; replaced someone's Beretta 418 .25 pistol with a Walther PPK handgun [MAJOR] *OOT*RO**
192. Movie; 00s; British; international liaison officer; Recurring-C (Recurring-A if you count archive footage); HM Treasury, Quantum, SPECTRE (latter indirectly); forced to act as double agent due to lover being taken hostage *****R ****
193. TV Movie; 80s; British?; unable to determine; unable to determine; the page with with most info on her got taken down, but actress playing her has a middle name that is usually masculine when a first name ***A S*. *A*R***
194. Movie; 80s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; with someone in part two, rescued someone from the Moroccan police in Tangiers
195. Movie; 90s; German; enforcer, torturer, head of security; Carver Media Group Network; shot at survivors of torpedoed ship R***AR* *TAMP*R
196. Movie; 80s; Soviet; assassin, circus performer; various characters; pinned someone to a cabin door with knives *R*****A
197. Movie; 60s; French; assassin, secret society member; SPECTRE; faked death and posed as own widow JA***** *OU*AR
198. Movie; 60s; French; intelligence operative; Smersh; posed as a widow to try to discredit someone [A***T] M*M*  [partly LOCKED; only one letter remaining in non-salutation; letters found at time of locking: AJMOPRTUW]
199. Movie; 80s; British; spy ship crew member; Secret Intelligence Service; responsible for using the ATAC system when a mine hit the ship M**R**OR
200. Movie; 90s; British; navy lieutenant commander; Royal Navy; second-in-command of the British Type 23 frigate, HMS Devonshire [***UT**A*T *OMMA***R] P*T*R *UM*
201. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Recurring-B; Central Intelligence Agency; pointed out main villain emerging from hotel for daily card game ***** ***T*R
202. Movie; 60s; French; police inspector; French Special Police; met up with someone in a French pissoir [******TOR] MAT***
203. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; criminal operative; SPECTRE; pursued by someone during the Day of the Dead parade at the Zocalo in Mexico City MAR*O ***ARRA
204. Movie; 70s; Thai; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; discussed the solex agitator with someone [***UT**A*T] **P
205. Movie; 90s; British; media mogul; own company; attempted to provoke a war between the United Kingdom and China in order to destroy the Chinese government and use the new government to obtain exclusive broadcasting rights in China ***OT *A***R
206. Movie; 80s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed; offered somone sausage and beer ***AT**
207. Movie; 60s; British/Dutch/Indonesian; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; uncovered a plan to sell compromising photographs of military leaders from the USA, USSR, China and Great Britain at an "art auction MATA *O**
208. Movie; 80s; unable to determine; nuclear physicist, henchman; SPECTRE; was neverous when speaking to one villain, thyough another villain acted more fatherly towards him *O****
209. Movie; 70s; Thai; unrevealed; other character; seen skinny dipping in a pool ***W M**
210. Movie; 00s; British (England); intelligence operative, publicist; Secret Intelligence Service, Graves Corporation; Harvard-educated, gold medal-winning Olympic fencer M*RA**A *RO*T
211. Movie; 90s; Russian/Bosnian; anarchist terrorist; KGB turned independemt; conspired with billionaire heiress to monopolize the world's oil market for profit R**AR* (***TOR *O*A*)
212. Movie; 10s-20s; Mexican; field operative; Mexican Secret Service; accompanied someone at the Day of the Dead celebrations in Mexico City **TR***A
213. Movie; 70s; Swedish; unrevealed; main villain; mistress of professional assassin A**R*A A***R*
214. Movie; 60s; Cayman Islander; fisherman; various characters; helped collect rock samples from the island of Crab Key **ARR**
215. Movie; 80s; American; Director of Oil and Mines; San Francisco City Hall; unwittingly aided psychotic industrialist in his plot to destroy Silicon Valley W.*. *OW*
216. Movie; 80s; British; assistant secretary; Secret Intelligence Service; was given a bouquet of carnations P****OP* *MA***O**
217. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; unrevealed; unrevealed; wanted someone to "make love" to her P**** MAR**A**
218. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army; with 150 and 303, invited to a demonstration of a new satellite that supposed could provide sunlight to areas of the world which lack it in order to promote agricultural development in cold climate countries [****RA*] *A*
219. Movie; 80s; Cuban; freelance hitman; main villain; hired to kill a family ****OR *O**A***
220. TV Episode; 80s; unrevealed; crime boss; Recurring-C; SPECTRE?; interviewed on talk show *R**T *TA*RO **O****
221. TV Miniseries; 10s-20s; British (England); author, journalist, officer; Recurring-C; Britain's Naval Intelligence Division; initially a mischievous playboy who is chasing women, collecting books and living off his family's fortune *A* ***M***
222. Movie; 60s; Jamaican?; army general; Jamaican government; aided somone in investigation of main villain [*UP*R**T*****T] *U**
223. Movie; 80s; Isthmian; national president; Isthmus, Sanchez Cartel;  he and others were bribed and intimidated into becoming thralls of drug baron and his cartel ***TOR *OP**
224. Movie; 90s; Swiss; banker; La Banque Suisse de L'Industrie; involved in a number of deals with terrorists and other international criminals *A**A***
225. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; professional card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; participated in casino poker match *AM**O****
226. Movie; 10s-20s; British; scientist; Secret Intelligence Service; with others, worked for over a decade on the creation of the nanonweapon Heracles [*R.] **M**
227. Movie; 60s; British; quartermaster, branch head; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; gave someone a case containing a throwing-knife, anti-tampering mechanism with a magnetised tear-gas cartridge (disguised as a tin of talcum powder), and fifty gold sovereigns [MAJOR] *OOT*RO**
228. Movie; 90s; Canadian; navy admiral, representative; Canadian Armed Forces, Royal Canadian Navy; lured back to woman's yacht, the Manticore, for a night of fun [A*M*RA*] **U** *ARR**
229. Movie; 70s; British (England)?; former intelligence operative?; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; unlike other versions, this version is a villain JAM** *O**
230. Movie; 60s; Scandinavian; sleeper agent (unknowingly); major villain (unknowingly); part of a plan, with others, to contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world's food supply according to their respective allergies, which are staple foods from their homeland
231. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence agency Head; American Secret Service, Central Intelligence Agency, FBI, possibly others; has a habit of introducing himself with a stream of "alphabet soup", including all the organisations and branches he is involved with RA**OM*
232. Movie; 80s; Japanese; narcotics agent posing as drug lord; Hong Kong Narcotics Agency; tasked with infiltrating drug lord's operations in Isthmus *OT*
233. Movie; 80s; Indian; station head; Secret Intelligence Service; escorrted someone to hotel, pointing out a palace along the way *A*RU****
234. Movie; 60s; British (England) but posing as Austrian; henchwoman posing as countess; other character; mistress of smuggler; sent to extract information from someone **** *O* ****A*
235. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchwoman; main villain; escorted two characters to their rooms [***T*R] ****
236. TV Episode; 80s; British; agency head; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; upset by amounts on someone's bills
238. TV Episode; 90s; British; agency head; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; listened to a threat to blow up the White House or the Kingdome, or at least a tent near the latter
239. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; ordered killed by the ruler of San Monique *AW**
240. Movie; 80s; Chinese; drug dealer; own cartel?; with others, offered exclusive franchises in main villain's cocaine product, priced at one million US dollars per territory [*R.] TA*  [partial LOCKED; only one letter remaining in second word (first is salutation); letters/numbers found at time of locking: AJORTW]
241. Movie; 70s; American; professional gambler?; independent?; lost all his money in a vain attempt to win the affections of opportunist/hustler MA***
242. Movie; 70s; Thai; businessman, industrialist; independent; hired assassin to kill scientist and recover an item *A* *AT
243. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; participated  in raid on Fort Knox JO****
244. Movie; 80s; French; personal pilot; Drax Industries, Drax Airlines; provided someone with an aerial tour of someone else's property *OR**** *U*OUR
245. Movie; 70s; British; diamond syndicate chairman; British Government; raised concerns with the Prime Minister regarding the increase in smuggling from South Afican mines, urging the British Secret Service to become involved [**R] *O*A** MU***R
246. Movie; 80s; American; stockbroker turned accountant; Sanchez Cartel; questioned the financial aspects of someone's decisions TRUM**-*O***
247. Movie; 60s; British; taxi driver, intelligence operative; Foreign Office, Security Service; assisted someone in her infiltration of International Mother's Help in Berlin *AR*TO* TO**R*
248. Movie; 70s; San Monique; reptile handler, tribal chief; Voodoo Cult; eliminated someone's enemies via sacrifices *AM*A*A
249. Movie; 90s; British; navy chief petty officer; Royal Navy; crew member of the British Type 23 frigate, HMS Devonshire [***** P*TT* O*****R] J. T*TT  [partially LOCKED; only one letter remaining in non-salutation part; letters/numbers found at time of locking: AJORTW]
250. Movie; 70s; American; diamond smuggler; SPECTRE; claimed she was named after her (accidental) birthplace, where her parents were going through a choice of wedding bands T***A** *A**
251. TV Movie; 80s; British (England); socialite; none?; mother of major character [*A**] ****** *******
252. Movie; 60s; French; bodyguard, assassin, secret society member; SPECTRE; waited for someone outside the chapel where the latter's fake funeral is taking place *R**O*
253. Movie; 60s; British; air force group captain; Royal Air Force; responsible for overseeing a NATO training flight which was subsequently hijacked by SPECTRE *AW*O*
254. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; stand-up comic?; unrevealed; did a monologue on a beach ***** ******R**
255. Movie; 70s; British; ballistics expert; Secret Intelligence Service; helped analyse the remains of the bullet that killed someone *O*T*ORP*
256. Movie; 60s; German; personal assistant, criminal operative; SPECTRE; trapped someone on plane with a smoke bomb and a wooden restraint ****A *RA**T
258. Movie; 00s; Canadian; intelligence operative; Canadian Security Intelligence Service; someone saved her from being compromised *ORR*** ****AU
259. Movie; 00s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed; mistook someone for a valet, and gave him his car keys in order to park his Range Rover ***U*T*
260. Movie; 80s; Soviet; assassin, circus knife-thrower; various characters; attacked someone with welding torch M*****A
261. Movie; 80s; Greek; henchman, smuggler; other character; aids someone in fight to stop Soviet agents in Greece *ARA**OR**
262. TV Episode; 50s-60s; French; intelligence operative; Soviet Union; henchman for main villain *A***
263. Movie; 60s; Turkish; fisherman turned station head; Secret Intelligence Service; years ago infiltrated a traveling circus, working as a strongman and wrestler, and spied on the Russians, pretending he didn't know the language A** **R*M ***
264. Movie; 80s; Greek; guerilla soldier turned smuggler; Greek Resistance turned independent; red herring character in terms of main villain M**O* *O*UM*O
265. Movie; 00s; Greek; government contractor; Quantum; beaten in a game of poker three kings to three aces A*** **M*TR*O*
266. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchman; SPECTRE; imposter used in training exercise *A** *A*** *O**
267. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; cultist, bodyguard; Octopus Cult; tasked with taking someone to their room *W***O****
268. Movie; 80s; Greek; henchman, driver, assassin; main villain; participated in the finding of St. Georges (a ship) APO*T**
269. Movie; 80s; American; drug enforcement operative; Drug Enforcement Administration; informed by someone over the phone that his boss had been maimed *A*****
270. Movie; 70s; American;  would-be assistant to wealthy men; independent?; upon stating her first name was told "You certainly are" P***T* O'TOO**
271. Movie; 60s; German; criminal, enforcer; Recurring-C; Red Lightning Tong turned SPECTRE; first seen at the Shrublands health spa [*OU*T] **PP*
272. Movie; 70s; British; nuclear submarine staff officer/captain; Royal Navy; British nuclear submarine staff officer who is the first to learn about the mysterious disappearance of the HMS Ranger [*APTA**] ****O*
273. Movie; 70s; Thai; ninja; Martial Arts School; student in the training school of wealthy industrialist **U*A
274. Movie; 60s; East German; spy trainer, assistant; Smersh; when he gets overexcited, this heart causes him trouble and to go too fast PO*O [LOCKED; only one letter remaining; letters found at time of locking: AJOPRTW]
276. Movie; 70s; British; solar energy scientist; Secret Intelligence Service;  employed by Thai multi-millionaire industrialist to develop a solution to the world's ongoing energy crisis ****O*
277. Movie; 00s; Cuban; gene therapist, clinic director; La Clinica Alvarez; corrupt director of the DNA replacement therapy clinic, La Clinica Alvarez, on the Isla de Los Organos, Cuba, who helped North Korean military officer and smuggler change identity [*R.] A**AR**
278. Movie; 10s-20s; French; criminal board member; SPECTRE; one of the SPECTRE board members who secretly met at the Palazzo Cadenza in Rome following the death of an operative MOR*AU  [LOCKED; only one letter remaining; letters found at time of locking: AJMOPRTUW]
279. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; equestrian, enforcer; main villain; in San Francisco City Hall, after a murder, appeared in the doorway with petrol canisters and begins to douse the carpeting so the building can be set aflame J**** ****
280. Movie; 60s; American; gangster; American Mafia; with 185 and someone in part 2, was promised one million dollars in stolen gold bullion but was doublecrossed JA** *TRAP
281. Movie; 60s; French; liaison; Secret Intelligence Service; attended a funeral [M***.] *A PORT*
282. Movie; 60s; American; actor, dancer; independent?; shot by backwards firing gun **OR** RA*T
283. Movie; 60s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; helped someone find a hijacked plane that was carrying two atomic bombs, which they eventually find along with the corpse of the phony NATO observer ***** ***T*R
285. Movie; 60s; Chinese–Jamaican; freelance photographer, spy; Daily Gleaner; employed by main villain to spy on someone A**A*** **U**
286. Movie; 80s; Soviet; intelligence operative; KGB; taped an incriminating conversation between main villain and his oil company chief PO*A **A*O*A
287. Movie; 00s; British; section chief/double agent; Secret Intelligence Service; corrupt MI6 section chief in Prague, Czech Republic *R****
288. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; bodyguard, enforcer; main villain;  present in the Bahamas on-board Le Chiffre's luxury yacht, as the main villain plays poker *RATT   [LOCKED; only one letter remaining; letters/numbers found at time of locking: AJORTW]
289. Movie; 80s; German; unrevealed; unrevealed; thoguht someone was crazy for turning down sausage and beer
290. Movie; 60s; American?; masseuse; Fontainebleau Miami Beach Hotel; was slapped on the behind as she left the man she was massaging so he could have a private conversation with someone else
291. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; bodyguard, enforcer; Quantum; helped main villain  reclaim $101,206,000 due to a failed plot to sabotage an aerospace company **O
292. Movie; 00s; Swiss; banker; James Bond Wiki suggests a casino he does business with but more likely his bank; responsible for all monetary transactions during and after tournaments at a casino M*****
293. Movie; 80s; American; fisherman; own charter business; attended a wedding **AR***
294. Movie; 80s; British; secret society member; Recurring-C; SPECTRE; reported that the criminal organisation earned £250,000 as a consultation fee for the Great Train Robbery of 1963 *UM**R ****
295. Movie; 60s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; trying to sneak into a place, was detected due to a flock of birds near him catching the guards' attention **AU* *AMP****
296. Movie; 00s; French; intelligence operative; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; was falsely believed by Bond to have doublecrossed him R*** MAT***
297. Movie; 60s; Swiss; solicitor; main villain; acted as a middle-man between the College of Arms and the main villain *UM*O**
298. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; hotel manager; unnamed hotel; very helpful man and gave the best of his guests MA*U**
299. Movie; 70s; American; ranger; Ranger Station 1; owned the fastest boat in the bayou and worked for the State Wildlife Department Ranger Station 1 *****-*O*
300. Movie; 70s; American; mortician, diamond smuggler; own company;  part of the diamond smuggling pipeline from South Africa via Europe MORTO* **UM**R
301. Movie; 10s-20s; American; secret society member; SPECTRE; at a meeting, listened to reports of the attacks on Hamburg and Indonesia MAR**A**
302. Movie; 60s; Japanese; sumo wrestler; presumed Dewanoumi; gave someone tickets to a match *A*A*O*AMA ****MAT*U
303. Movie; 00s; North Korean; military general; Korean People's Army; with 150 and 218, invited to a demonstration of a new satellite that supposed could provide sunlight to areas of the world which lack it in order to promote agricultural development in cold climate [****RA*] **
304. Movie; 10s-20s; unrevealed; secret society member; SPECTRE; present at the SPECTRE meeting at the Palazzo Cadenza in Rome *A**R***
305. Movie; 90s; Japanese;  terrorist, chemical weapons expert; ADFL (Congolese Rebels in Zaire); wanted for the Tokyo subway sarin gas attack *ATO*** **A*URA
306. Movie; 80s; Korean?; bodyguard, enforcer?; Recurring-C; unable to determine; leapt off the Eiffel Tower with a parachute O**JO*
307. Movie; 10s-20s; Italian; security agent; SPECTRE; seen during the SPECTRE meeting in Rome *OR***O
308. Movie; 10s-20s; British-French; none; none; daughter of major supporting character MAT***** *WA**
309. Movie; 60s;American; entrepreneur; independent/own company; reclusive American billionaire industrialist whose vast business empire and identity are subsequently stolen by main villain W***AR* W**T*
310. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; henchman; other character; attacked someone he later became an ally of in hotel home in Monte Carlo
311. TV Movie; 80s; German?; military general; National Socialist German Workers’ Party; main villain [***.] **R*AR* *********
312. Movie; 80s; French; enforcer, head of security, pilot; Zorin Industries; head of security for the illicit business dealings of billionaire industrialist **ARP***
313. TV Movie; 80s; unable to determine; unable to determine; unable to determine; info sparse and I never watched this *AP***
314. Movie; 80s; French; intelligence agent; French Secret Service; Secret Service contact in the South of France A***T T*R** TW**T*-*** (***O**)
315. Movie; 60s; no citizenship; place of birth unrevealed; pet; Recurring-A or B (hard to tell because the movies tend to use multiple cats); main villain; in one instance another cat was mistaken for this one **O****'* W**T* *AT
316. Movie; 80s; Soviet; unrevealed; KGB; was partly stripped by someone to distract guards RU*A**T**
317. Movie; 90s; British; lab assistant turned quartermaster; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; trained to replace another character
318. Movie; 10s-20s; Russian; terrorist leader, scientist, anarchist; independent; motivated to take down the criminal organisation SPECTRE for the deaths of his family at the hands of assassin **UT****R *A***
319. Movie; 60s; British; poultry farmer, sleeper agent (unknowingly); main villain (unknowingly); poultry allergy sufferer from Morecambe Bay, Lancashire RU** *ART**TT
320. Movie; 60s; British?; retired intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Smersh, Secret Intelligence Service; former secret agent who has since become a multi-millionaire with a penchant for wearing ridiculously extravagant outfits at her office *****R ****
321. Movie; 90s; Russian; computer technician, cyber-terrorist; Janus Syndicate; believed himself to be invincible *OR** **A*O**** *R******O
322. Movie; 60s; American; scientist; W.W. Tectronics, G Section; had been working for the company in "G section" for three years and was part of a team constructing an orbital laser weapon **AU* **R**R****M**
323. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; took part in a poker match at a casino in Montenegro [MA*AM] W* [partially LOCKED; only one letter remaining in second word (first is saluation; letters found at time of locking: RW]
324. Movie; 60s; Chinese; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; argued with someone about the taste of the Chinese being different than all other women
325. Movie; 90s; Russian; lounge singer; unidentified St. Petersburg nightclub; worked as a singer at club in St. Petersburg, but appeared to be completely tone deaf *R**A
326. Movie; 00s; Swiss; enforcer, criminal operative; Quantum, Greene Planet; tasked with assisting mission to secure a resource-rich patch of land in Latin America by funding the overthrow of the Bolivian president in favor for exiled Bolivian General
327. Movie; 80s; American; diver, killer; Wavekrest Marine Research, Sanchez Cartel; murdered a friend of Bond's
328. Movie; 90s; unrevealed; television news presenter; Carver Media Group Network; present during a party at Hamburg media center, celebrating the launch of a new CMGN satellite TAMARA *T***
329. Movie; 80s; British; quartermaster; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service; felt that things had been dull in the absense of another character
330. Movie; 70s; Italian; secretary; other character(s); secretary to Egyptian black market trader ******A
331. Movie; 00s; British; agency head; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; sent someone to execute a duplicitous station chief in Prague, Czech Republic and his informant O****A MA*******
332. Movie; 00s; British; intelligence operative; Secret Intelligence Service; tripped and fell into the crowd while chasing someone *ART*R
333. Movie; 00s; French; environmentalist, criminal, company founder/head; Recurring-A; Quantum, Greene Planet, SPECTRE (indirectly); spearheading the Tierra Project in Bolivia *OM**** *R****
334. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; driver; Secret Intelligence Service; drove someone to the circus in East Germany *AR*
335. Movie; 80s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; picked someone up after he arrived in New York **AR***
336. Movie; 00s; Algerian (but born in Egypt); intelligence operative, terrorist, honeytrap; Quantum, SPECTRE (indirectly); seduced high-ranking women with valuable connections *U*** ****RA
337. Movie; 10s-20s; British; assistant; Secret Intelligence Service; briefly met with Bond and another character A***O* *M***
338. Movie; 80s; American; drug enforcement agent; Drug Enforcement Administration;  accepted a $2 million bribe to free drug baron from U.S. custody ** *******R
339. Movie; 10s-20s; Austrian; terrorist mastermind; Recurring-A; SPECTRE, Independent; murdered father in a staged avalanche in Kitzbühel due to father's close relationship with  foster brother *R**T *TA*RO **O**** (*RA** O***R*AU**R)
340. Movie; 10s-20s; British; scientist; Secret Intelligence Service; responsible for the development of nanoweapon [*R.] *AR**
341. Commercial; 90s; Polish?; unrevealed; Recurring-C; unrevealed if any; seen riding a highway or tour bus JAW* [LOCKED; only one letter remaining; Letters found at time of locking: AJORW]
342. Movie; 00s; Italian; card player; James Bond Wiki says a casino but more likely independent; took part in casino poker match TOM****
343. TV Episode; 10s-20s; British (England)?; intelligence operative; Recurring-C; Secret Intelligence Service?; put can in trash bag and then dropped the bag JAM** *O**
344. Movie; 60s; East German; spy trainer; Smersh, International Mothers' Help; ran school for spies, based in East Berlin, that is a Smersh cover operation [*RAU] *O****R
345. Movie; 90s; Russian; army major general; Armed Forces of the Russian Federation; was Russia's liaison to the joint MI6 / Admirality team in the British Situation Room [MA*OR ****RA*] *U**AR**
346. Movie; 70s; American; unrevealed; unrevealed; accompanied husband on holiday in Thailand MA****** P*PP*R
347. Movie; 10s-20s; British; intelligence operative turned secretary; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; inadvertently shot ally non-fatally *** MO***P****
348. Movie; 80s; Soviet; military lieutenant-general; USSR; believed that the Warsaw Pact had a decisive advantage over NATO in conventional military strength that was being tossed away by its leaders in détente [***UT**A*T-****RA*] OR*O*
349. Movie; 70s; French; henchwoman; main villain; someone choked her with her bikini top to extract info on main villain's whereabouts MAR**
350. Movie; 00s; Ugandan; resistance army commander; Lord's Resistance Army, Quantum; angered that main villain lost his money *T**** O*A**O
351. Movie; 10s-20s; Cuban; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; despite claiming to have had only three weeks of training, proved to be highly effective in combat PA*OMA  [LOCKED; only one letter remaining; letters found at time of locking: AJMOPRTUW]
352. Movie; 60s; Turkish; station agent; Secret Intelligence Service; someone asked to help to get across the frontier between Yugoslavia and Trieste M**M*T
353. Movie; 80s; unrevealed; scientist; Stromberg Shipping; one of two scientists (the other 353) suspected by main villain of trying to sell the scaled-down photographic reproductions of submarine tracking system schematics to competing world powers [*R.] ****MA**
354. Movie; 60s; Mexican; assassin, enforcer; other character; involved in plot of selling heroin through the front of selling bananas *APU**O
355. TV Episode; 00s; British?; unwilling criminal agent; Recurring-C; other character (unwillingly); had to work for villain because her brother was being held hostage PU*** *A*OR*
357. Movie; 80s; Greek; guerilla soldier turned heroin smuggler, intelligence operative; USSR, Great Britain, Greek Resistance (formerly), KGB; hired by KGB to obtain the ATAC device AR** *R**TATO*
358. Movie; 60s; Soviet; cipher clerk, army corporal; Soviet Armed Forces, SPECTRE (Unknowingly); originally was a ballerina, but had to abandon her goal of dancing for the Bolshoi Ballet when she grew one inch taller than the maximum height permitted for girls TAT*A*A R*MA*O*A
359. Movie; 70s; American; intelligence operative; Central Intelligence Agency; claimed to be on her second assignment RO*** *AR**R
360. Movie; 60s; Soviet; embassy Chief of Security; Soviet Embassy of Istanbul; seen in conference that was spied upon *O**O****
361. Movie; 80s; British; intelligence operative, laboratory assistant; Recurring-A; Secret Intelligence Service; helped test an arm cast, which flipped out and crushed the head of an adjacent dummy *M*T**R*
362. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; possible professional gambler; independent?; watched a card game that she did not participate in PRU*  [LOCKED; only one letter remaining; letters foubnd at time of locking:  AJOPRTUW]
363. TV Movie; 10s-20s; British (England); model; likely modeling agency; nickname was the sound a farm animal makes MUR*** "MOO" WR****
364. Movie; 70s; Soviet; intelligence operative; KGB; tried to assassinate someone on a downhill ski chase in Austria **R*** *AR*O*
365. Movie; 00s; American; military general; American army; leader of the American army in the demilitarized zone between North and South Korea [****RA*] **A****R
366. Movie; 60s; British; navy chief petty officer turned butler; Royal Navy; greeted someone at the front door and took him to his former Admiral, whom he was now the butler for [***** P*TT* O*****R] **MMO**
367. Movie; 00s; unrevealed; criminal associate; Quantum; tried to poison someone during casino match *A****A
368. Movie; 60s; unrevealed; criminal operative, professional assassin;  SPECTRE; broke out of Dartmoor Prison and two years later was recruited by the international criminal organisation SPECTRE and from then on trained as an agent and assassin R** *RA*T
369. TV Episode; 10s-20s; unrevealed; criminal operative?; unrevealed; while sitting on bed with someone, pulled out gun and threatened to kill him **A** **ATO*
370. Movie; 00s; British; field agent; Secret Intelligence Service; with another agent, tazed someone and dragged him away W****AM*
371. Movie; 00s; American; section chief; Central Intelligence Agency; negotiated a deal with someone to ignore his orchestrated coup in Bolivia in exchange for oil *R**OR* ***WOO* "*R***" **AM
372. Movie; 00s; Bolivian; army general; Bolivia; military dictator of his home country, Bolivia, but was later overthrown and exiled [****RA*] M**RA*O


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