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Octopussy

Synopsis

Octopussy is a Spy film with a space connection which was released in 1983 and is directed by John Glen. The film's theme tune is 'All Time High' and was sung by Rita Coolidge.

James Bond's colleague 009 is killed by Twin One and Twin Two. In the agents hand is a Feberge egg.

Bond is tasked with investigating the plot which takes him to India to meet with the mysterious Octopussy and her martial art experts. In India, his contact is Vijay who ends up being killed when Bond has sneaked into Octopussy's base.

In Russia, General Orlov is putting a plan together that will see Russia invade eastern and then western Europe. The plan is to explode a nuclear device on an American military base in Germany which will garner support amongst the Germans and force them out of Europe. He will use Kamal Khan and his henchman Gobinda to do the dirty work of getting the nuclear device into the base.

General Orlov is killed by General Gogol when Gogol discovers what is going on.

Cast Members

Vijay ( Vijay Amritaj )


Octopussy ( Maud Adams )


Octopussy ( Maud Adams )

Twin One ( David Meyer )


Twin One ( David Meyer )

Twin Two ( Tony Meyer )


Gobinda ( Kabir Bedi )


Gobinda ( Kabir Bedi )

Magda ( Kristina Wayborn )


Kamal Khan ( Louis Jourdan )


General Orlov ( Steven Berkoff )


General Orlov ( Steven Berkoff ) General Orlov only appears in Octopussy. General Orlov is a Russian General who is at odds with his colleagues in the Military. He has a plan to invade Western Europe by forcing the Americans out of Europe therefore leaving Europe undefended. His plan is to detonate a nuclear device at a U.S. army base in West Germany. The nuclear explosion will be blamed on the Americans causing the Americans to be expelled. James Bond thwarts the plans and at the end, Orlov is shot by border police as he is running after a train.

Associated Characters

Bill TannerFelix LeiterMMiss MoneypennyMr White
Q    

Associated Spaceships

Moonraker    

Associated Films

A View to a KillCasino Royale 1967Casino Royale 2006
Diamonds Are ForeverDie Another DayDr. No
For Your Eyes OnlyFrom Russia With LoveGoldeneye
GoldfingerLicence to KillLive and Let Die
MoonrakerNever Say Never AgainOn Her Majesty's Secret Service
Quantum of SolaceSkyfallSpectre
The Living DaylightsThe Man with the Golden GunThe Spy Who Loved Me
The World is Not EnoughThunderballTomorrow Never Dies
You Only Live Twice  



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