British Secret Service code name for Alec Trevelyan (Sean Bean) in GoldenEye. He’s now Janus, head of a Russian crime syndicate.
A U.S. Army base protecting the gold repository of the United States, where, in 1964, $15 billion in gold bullion was stored. It is named after General Henry Knox, America’s first Secretary of War. Major plot location in the James Bond movie, Goldfinger.
Colorful, innovative British production designer who, and starting with Dr. No in 1962, gave the interior sequences he designed a vibrant, exciting style and look that would become the hallmark of the James Bond series for nearly three decades.
In Goldfinger, one of four cities (along with Amsterdam, Caracas, and Hong Kong) in which Auric Goldfinger (Gert Fröbe) has stashed the 20 million in pounds sterling worth of gold
Drink of choice for Dr. Madeleine Swann (Léa Seydoux) on the train to the base of operations of Ernst Stavro Blofeld (Christoph Waltz) in Spectre.
Cover name for the ambitious plan by Dominic Greene (Mathieu Amalric) to corner the world’s freshwater supply on behalf of the crime syndicate Quantum, in Quantum of Solace.
English poet whose poem “Ulysses,” is quoted as a source of strength by M (Dame Judi Dench) during the relevancy hearings in which she’s forced to testify in Skyfall.
Nervous twitch displayed by Le Chiffre (Mads Mikkelsen) in Casino Royale, which James Bond (Daniel Craig) concludes is a clue that his nemesis is bluffing.
Teaser is a film term for a sequence that takes place before a movie’s opening titles—a hallmark of the Eon Productions James Bond series.