TV and Movies·Posted on Oct 28, 2021These 21 Lines From The Bond Movies Are The Epitome Of 007Trust Bond to come with the witty humor.by Stan ShunpikeBuzzFeed ContributorFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink James Bond is widely seen as a spy icon: tall, handsome, lethal, lucky, suave, sophisticated, vigorous, and full of wit. Eon Productions His wit often attracts bad men as well as ladies, but with different emotions and intentions. These are the wittiest lines spoken by 007, his villains, and his love interests. Eon Productions 1. One of the most iconic lines comes from a villain from the movie named after him, Goldfinger: Eon Productions Bond thinks that his foe Goldfinger is trying to scare him and extract information, but Goldfinger informs him that he intends to kill him. 2. At the end of The Spy Who Loved Me, Bond is celebrating his victory in his usual style when he is interrupted by a minister: © UNITED ARTISTS courtesy APL Archive / Alamy Stock Photo Minister of Defence: "Bond! What do you think you're doing?"James Bond: "Keeping the British end up, sir." 3. One of the most recognizable and catchy lines, "Shaken, not stirred," appeared in the first Bond film, Dr. No. Ironically, the first time this line was spoken was by the villain and not Bond. Eon Productions A variation of it does appear earlier in the movie when a server speaks it, but "shaken, not stirred" originated from the mouth of Dr. No. Eon Productions 4. When Bond comes back to the poker game in Casino Royale after he survives a near assassination by Le Chiffre: Eon Productions 5. When Bond shoots a henchman with a harpoon gun in Thunderball: Eon Productions 6. When Bond arrives at the ice palace of Gustav Graves in Die Another Day, he meets Graves' henchman: Eon Productions 7. When Bond first met Goldfinger's chief pilot in Goldfinger: Eon Productions 8. In Die Another Day, Bond's fencing instructor is none another than Madonna (playing the role of Verity), and this is how Bond returns her compliment: Eon Productions 9. In Thunderball, Bond is given a very speedy ride by Fiona Volpe, a SPECTRE agent, who thinks that Bond doesn't know who she works for. Bond sees through her and gives her a friendly repartee. Eon Productions 10. In Live and Let Die, after Bond causes Dr. Kananga to explode by inflating him, he quips, "He always did have an inflated opinion of himself." Eon Productions 11. In the movie Thunderball, when Bond finally leaves the health clinic where he is recuperating, a nurse asks him: Eon Productions 12. Bond's witticism in Die Another Day comes to bite him: Eon Productions 13. Bond electrocutes a henchman in Goldfinger and quips, "Shocking. Positively shocking." Eon Productions 14. In GoldenEye, Bond takes an MI6 officer for a ride and is met by a mysterious woman driving a Ferrari. This follows: Eon Productions 15. Bond's first exchange with the first Bond girl: Eon Productions 16. When Bond is about to shave in Skyfall, Moneypenny comes in and comments about Bond's choice of razor (a straight razor). Bond explains his choice: Eon Productions 17. Somewhere in From Russia With Love, Bond has this aphorism to offer: "There’s a saying in England. Where there’s smoke, there’s fire." Eon Productions 18. Before tragedy strikes Jill Masterson in Goldfinger, Bond explains the importance of temperature in relishing expensive champagnes: Eon Productions "My dear girl, there are some things that just aren’t done, such as drinking Dom Perignon 53 above the temperature of 38 degrees Fahrenheit. That’s just as bad as listening to the Beatles without earmuffs." 19. While enjoying the Junkanoo in Thunderball, Fiona Volpe gets killed by her own henchmen, and Bond makes light of the irony: Eon Productions 20. Just at the end of The World Is Not Enough, Bond celebrates his victory in his usual style: Eon Productions 21. The most iconic line from the whole franchise came from Dr. No. Eon Productions Bond: I admire your courage Miss...?Baccarat player: Trench. Sylvia Trench. I admire your luck. Mr...?Bond: Bond... James Bond.