Sir James Bond‘s (DAVID NIVEN) secretary, portrayed by Barbara Bouchet, in the 1967 spoof Casino Royale. The new Miss Moneypenny was working for the late M (JOHN HUSTON), whose job Bond has assumed. Having failed to seduce Bond after all those years, her mother took her nun’s vows and left the service. The new Miss Moneypenny helps Bond select an AFSD (Anti-Female Spy Device) that will neutralize a rash of agent assassinations. The successful candidate is supposed to be immune to seduction.
Lining up a group of candidates, Moneypenny proceeds to kiss them, until she discovers Cooper (TERENCE COOPER), whom she deems worthy of further investigation. Actually, the AFSD turns out to be Evelyn Tremble (PETER SELLERS), a mild-mannered card expert, who is sent to Monte Carlo to bankrupt a Soviet masterspy named Le Chiffre (ORSON WELLES)—a mission that has absolutely nothing to do with the rash of agent assassinations.