Live and Let Die

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Live and Let Die (1973) is the eighth of the James Bond series of movies directed by Guy Hamilton and screenplay by Tom Mankiewicz, based upon the character created in novels by Ian Fleming.


  • Black Cabdriver: Hey, you know where you're going man?
    Bond: Uptown I believe?!
    Cabdriver: Uptown? You're heading into Harlem man.
    Bond: Well, you just keep on the tail of that jukebox and there's an extra 20 in there for you.
    Cabdriver: Hey man, for 20 bucks I'll take you to a Klu Klux Klan cookup.
  • (Bond flips over a tarot card, the card is The Fool.)
    Solitaire: You have found yourself!
  • Bond: "Harold Strutter, CIA". Where were you when I didn't need you?
    Strutter: Kind of obvious you weren't coming out front. Not even with that clever disguise you were wearing.
    Bond: Hmm?
    Strutter: White face in Harlem. "Good" thinking, Bond!
  • (After a wild boat chase, Felix Leiter explains to the American cop J.W. Pepper about Bond)
    Leiter: That man is an English man working for our boys. Sort of a secret agent.
    Pepper: SECRET AGENT! On whose side?

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