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Characters specific to [[Literature/{{Moonraker}} the novel]] and Film/JamesBond film ''Film/{{Moonraker}}''. For those in the entire film franchise, see [[Characters/JamesBond here]].

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Characters specific to Character sheet for [[Literature/{{Moonraker}} the novel]] and Film/JamesBond film ''Film/{{Moonraker}}''. For those in the entire film franchise, see [[Characters/JamesBond here]].




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[[folder: M]]
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[[folder: Moneypenny]]
-->See [[Characters/JamesBondMoneypenny here]].
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-->See [[Characters/JamesBondQ here]].
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!!Bond's Allies



!!Villains



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[[folder: Dolly]]
!!Dolly
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->'''Played by:''' Blanche Ravalec

A blonde and nerdy young woman (probably a tourist) who helps Jaws to get out of the cable-car wreckage in Rio. [[spoiler: [[LoveAtFirstSight They instantly fall in love]] and she is allowed to follow him onto the space station. When Drax makes his NewWorldOrder speech, Jaws realises that Dolly is the sort of person who will not have a place in Drax's new world, and he immediately wants nothing more to do with Drax]].

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!!Dolly
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Manuela]]
!!Manuela
[[quoteright:350:http://static.
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[[caption-width-right:350:''"Tonight? I think you may find that a little difficult."'']]
->'''Played by:''' Blanche Ravalec

Emily Bolton

A blonde and nerdy young woman (probably a tourist) who helps Jaws to get out [=MI6=] intelligence operative of the cable-car wreckage "VH" station, stationed in Rio. [[spoiler: [[LoveAtFirstSight They instantly fall in love]] Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. She follows Bond after he arrives to the city and when he arrives at his hotel suite, Manuela is already there, where she is allowed to follow presents herself as his Brazilian contact. She helps him onto the space station. When investigate a large distribution company in Rio, subsidiary of Drax makes his NewWorldOrder speech, Jaws realises that Dolly is the sort of person who will not have a place in Drax's new world, and he immediately wants nothing more to do with Drax]].Industries.



* BeastAndBeauty: [[spoiler:The beauty to Jaws' beast.]] Although, she ''is'' rather plain compared to the series' usual fare.
* BuxomIsBetter: Despite HollywoodHomely being invoked for the rest of the film, her introductory scene shows that she has some rather nice [[Film/MontyPythonAndTheHolyGrail tracts of land]].
* EveryoneLovesBlondes: [[spoiler: Well, Jaws did, enough to help save the day]].
* GirlNextDoor: By all appereances, she's an ordinary, nerdy young woman.
* GirlishPigtails: She wears her hair in two quite long braids.
* HeroicBystander: Her first thought when seeing Jaws' cable-car crash is to rush over and try to help.
* HollywoodHomely: Downplayed, she's plain in comparison to the rest of the female cast (and most of it is composed by the supermodel-level women that make up the female half of Drax's group to repopulate the world), but still quite pretty. [[spoiler: This also seems to be invoked in Jaws' HeelFaceTurn scene.]]
* HugeGuyTinyGirl: [[spoiler:The Tiny Girl to Jaws' Huge Guy.]]
* LoveAtFirstSight: She has an archetypical scene of this with Jaws, musical note and all.
* LoveRedeems: She is the key element in [[spoiler:Jaws' HeelFaceTurn against Drax.]]
* {{Meganekko}}: Wears huge glasses. [[spoiler: Becomes more notorius when Jaws sees her standing beside the supermodel-level women of Drax's group and realizes she doesn't fit into his genetically perfect "master race."]]
* PintSizedPowerhouse: For all the difficulty it causes her, the wreckage she finds Jaws pinned under might as well have been made of balsa wood.
* RescueRomance: Gender Flipped. She [[spoiler: helps Jaws out of the wreckage of a cable-car when she first meets him. They fall in love with the first shared smile]].
* TheVoiceless: She's never heard speaking, though we see her whispering to Jaws [[spoiler:persuading him to help Bond and Holly undock their shuttle from the station]].

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* BeastAndBeauty: [[spoiler:The beauty to Jaws' beast.]] Although, she ''is'' rather plain compared to the series' usual fare.
* BuxomIsBetter: Despite HollywoodHomely being invoked for the rest of the film, her introductory scene shows
InformedAbility: There's nothing that she has some rather nice [[Film/MontyPythonAndTheHolyGrail tracts of land]].
* EveryoneLovesBlondes: [[spoiler: Well, Jaws did, enough to help save the day]].
* GirlNextDoor: By all appereances,
implies that she's an ordinary, nerdy young woman.
* GirlishPigtails: She wears her hair in two quite long braids.
* HeroicBystander: Her first thought when seeing Jaws' cable-car crash is
not equal to rush over Bond, being a fellow intelligence operative, and try to help.
* HollywoodHomely: Downplayed, she's plain in comparison to the rest of the female cast (and most of it is composed by the supermodel-level women that make up the female half of Drax's group to repopulate the world), but still quite pretty. [[spoiler: This also seems to be invoked in Jaws' HeelFaceTurn scene.]]
* HugeGuyTinyGirl: [[spoiler:The Tiny Girl to Jaws' Huge Guy.]]
* LoveAtFirstSight: She has an archetypical scene of this with Jaws, musical note and all.
* LoveRedeems: She is the key element in [[spoiler:Jaws' HeelFaceTurn against Drax.]]
* {{Meganekko}}: Wears huge glasses. [[spoiler: Becomes more notorius when Jaws sees her standing beside the supermodel-level women of Drax's group and realizes she doesn't fit into his genetically perfect "master race."]]
* PintSizedPowerhouse: For all the difficulty it causes her, the wreckage she finds Jaws pinned under might as well have been made of balsa wood.
* RescueRomance: Gender Flipped. She [[spoiler: helps Jaws out of the wreckage of a cable-car
even looking unflappable when she first meets him. They fall Bond... up until she meets Jaws. Granted, by then Jaws had already established himself as one of the most badass henchmen of the series, but Manuela straight up descends into being a DamselInDistress.
* KidnappedByAnAlly: A variation; Manuela follows Bond after he arrives to Rio, and he smells something wrong once he notices it, before she presents herself at his suite as his Brazilian contact.
* MsFanservice: She is the kind of person that can [[MundaneMadeAwesome make sitting on a sofa sexy]]. Needless to say, Bond decides to kill some hours
in love Rio with the her.
* PunnyName: In some Latin American countries, "doing a Manuela" is an euphemism for ADateWithRosiePalms. It might be just a coincidence, but in a movie where another woman is named Holly Goodhead, it being intentional doesn't sound too far-fetched.
* ShesGotLegs: Her bottom open dress when
first shared smile]].
* TheVoiceless: She's never heard speaking, though we see
meeting Bond lovely showcases her whispering to legs.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: The last time she's seen is after Bond saves her from
Jaws [[spoiler:persuading him to help Bond and Holly undock their shuttle from the station]].says that she should go somewhere safe, but there's no confirmation for it.



[[folder: Corinne Dufour]]
!!Corinne Dufour
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[[caption-width-right:200: ''"The Drax residence. Every stone brought from France. Cute, isn't it?"'']]
->'''Played by:''' Corinne Cléry

Drax's personal pilot and assistant.

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[[folder: Corinne Dufour]]
!!Corinne Dufour
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!!Drax's Girls
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[[caption-width-right:200: ''"The Drax residence. Every stone brought from France. Cute, isn't it?"'']]
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->'''Played by:''' Corinne Cléry

Drax's personal pilot and assistant.
Françoise Gayat (Lady Victoria Devon), Catherine Serre (Countess Labinsky), Béatrice Libert (Mademoiselle Deladier), Chichinou Kaeppler (Signorina de Mateo), Anne Lonnberg (Museum Guide), Irka Bochenko (receptionist at Venini Glass), Christina Hui, Nicaise Jean-Louis, Melinda Maxwell

A group of [[MasterRace "perfect" women]] who are tasked by Drax with repopulating the human race after he destroys all human life on Earth.



* EverythingSoundsSexierInFrench: Her accent does certainly add to her charm.
* FedToTheBeast: [[spoiler:Drax orders his hunting dogs to attack her.]]
* HeelFaceTurn: She aids Bond into finding the blueprints of Drax's plan.
%%* PunnyName
* SexySecretary: She's Drax's personal assistant.
* WeHardlyKnewYe: [[spoiler:The audience gets to know little about her before her death.]]
* YouHaveFailedMe: [[spoiler:Drax has Dufour {{Fed to the Beast}}s for assisting Bond.]]

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* EverythingSoundsSexierInFrench: Her accent does certainly add AbsoluteCleavage: Their dresses are cut down to her charm.
the top half of their stomachs.
* FedToTheBeast: [[spoiler:Drax orders TheBeautifulElite: They fit the bill, being incredibly beautiful and some of them seemingly having titles (Lady Victoria Devon and Countess Labinsky), but also, Drax' plan is to enforce this by destroying all human life on Earth so it can be repopulated it with only genetically perfect specimens that he selected.
* ButWhatAboutTheAstronauts: Enforced. Drax and them go to
his hunting dogs space station to attack her.]]
survive while humanity on Earth is wiped out with a nerve gas.
* HeelFaceTurn: She aids Bond into finding ChekhovsGunman: They appear as part of the blueprints of people shown working out at Drax's plan.
%%* PunnyName
estate at the beginning of the film, Lady Victoria Devon and Countess Labinsky appear when Hugo Drax meets Bond in his château for the first time, Mademoiselle Deladier and Signorina de Mateo during the pheasant hunt, and another two as a museum guide and the receptionist at the glass factory in Venice, all before all of them were revealed to be the same people intended by Drax to seed his "master race".
* SexySecretary: She's DissonantSerenity: They watch Bond in a life-and-death struggle with a python with eerie calm, some of them with smiles on their faces.
* EqualOpportunityEvil: Say what you want about Drax, but his master race doesn't discriminate by race. The fact that he has at least one black, Asian, and AmbiguouslyBrown woman among them is impressive - especially for 1979. Even more impressive that this also counts for the crew of his space station.
* FanserviceExtra: In a film with some quite exotic Bond Girls (such as Corinne and Manuela),
Drax's personal assistant.
women put the icing on the (cheese)cake; but for once, they also become [[ChekhovsGunman Chekhov's Gunwomen]].
* WeHardlyKnewYe: [[spoiler:The audience gets to know little about MasterRace: They tick all the boxes except for the part that they don't proclaim neither that they're superior nor that they have interest in conquering the world, but that's because that's Drax's part.
* NoahsStoryArc: When Bond and Goodhead see that their space shuttle is carrying a cargo of women (and their male partners) who would repopulate the Earth after Drax's deadly spores killed everyone on the surface, Bond lampshades the similarities with the story of Noah, with the space station as the ark.
* TraitorShot: As Bond leaves Venini Glass, the camera lingers on the receptionist, and she has a devious look on
her face.
* TheVoiceless: Out of all of them, the only ones heard speaking are the museum guide and the receptionist at the glass factory.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: They vanish from the narrative just
before her death.]]
* YouHaveFailedMe: [[spoiler:Drax has Dufour {{Fed to
the Beast}}s for assisting Bond.]]attack on the space station. Whether any actually survive is never revealed. This is noticeable as the film takes pains to focus on that the women among them are the same ones Bond sees earlier at Drax' estate and in the glass factory in Venice, yet we never learn their fate.



[[folder: Manuela]]
!!Manuela
[[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/manuela.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350:''"Tonight? I think you may find that a little difficult."'']]
->'''Played by:''' Emily Bolton

A [=MI6=] intelligence operative of the "VH" station, stationed in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. She follows Bond after he arrives to the city and when he arrives at his hotel suite, Manuela is already there, where she presents herself as his Brazilian contact. She helps him investigate a large distribution company in Rio, subsidiary of Drax Industries.

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!!Other Characters

[[folder: Manuela]]
!!Manuela
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Dolly]]
!!Dolly
[[quoteright:221:http://static.
tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/manuela.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:350:''"Tonight? I think you may find that a little difficult."'']]
org/pmwiki/pub/images/BlancheRavalec_6689.png]]
->'''Played by:''' Emily Bolton

Blanche Ravalec

A [=MI6=] intelligence operative blonde and nerdy young woman (probably a tourist) who helps Jaws to get out of the "VH" station, stationed cable-car wreckage in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. She follows Bond after he arrives Rio. [[spoiler: [[LoveAtFirstSight They instantly fall in love]] and she is allowed to follow him onto the city and when he arrives at his hotel suite, Manuela is already there, where she presents herself as his Brazilian contact. She helps him investigate a large distribution company in Rio, subsidiary of space station. When Drax Industries.makes his NewWorldOrder speech, Jaws realises that Dolly is the sort of person who will not have a place in Drax's new world, and he immediately wants nothing more to do with Drax]].



* InformedAbility: There's nothing that implies that she's not equal to Bond, being a fellow intelligence operative, and even looking unflappable when she first meets Bond... up until she meets Jaws. Granted, by then Jaws had already established himself as one of the most badass henchmen of the series, but Manuela straight up descends into being a DamselInDistress.
* KidnappedByAnAlly: A variation; Manuela follows Bond after he arrives to Rio, and he smells something wrong once he notices it, before she presents herself at his suite as his Brazilian contact.
* MsFanservice: She is the kind of person that can [[MundaneMadeAwesome make sitting on a sofa sexy]]. Needless to say, Bond decides to kill some hours in Rio with her.
* PunnyName: In some Latin American countries, "doing a Manuela" is an euphemism for ADateWithRosiePalms. It might be just a coincidence, but in a movie where another woman is named Holly Goodhead, it being intentional doesn't sound too far-fetched.
* ShesGotLegs: Her bottom open dress when first meeting Bond lovely showcases her legs.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: The last time she's seen is after Bond saves her from Jaws and says that she should go somewhere safe, but there's no confirmation for it.

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* InformedAbility: There's nothing BeastAndBeauty: [[spoiler:The beauty to Jaws' beast.]] Although, she ''is'' rather plain compared to the series' usual fare.
* BuxomIsBetter: Despite HollywoodHomely being invoked for the rest of the film, her introductory scene shows
that implies that she has some rather nice [[Film/MontyPythonAndTheHolyGrail tracts of land]].
* EveryoneLovesBlondes: [[spoiler: Well, Jaws did, enough to help save the day]].
* GirlNextDoor: By all appereances,
she's not equal an ordinary, nerdy young woman.
* GirlishPigtails: She wears her hair in two quite long braids.
* HeroicBystander: Her first thought when seeing Jaws' cable-car crash is
to Bond, being a fellow intelligence operative, rush over and even looking unflappable try to help.
* HollywoodHomely: Downplayed, she's plain in comparison to the rest of the female cast (and most of it is composed by the supermodel-level women that make up the female half of Drax's group to repopulate the world), but still quite pretty. [[spoiler: This also seems to be invoked in Jaws' HeelFaceTurn scene.]]
* HugeGuyTinyGirl: [[spoiler:The Tiny Girl to Jaws' Huge Guy.]]
* LoveAtFirstSight: She has an archetypical scene of this with Jaws, musical note and all.
* LoveRedeems: She is the key element in [[spoiler:Jaws' HeelFaceTurn against Drax.]]
* {{Meganekko}}: Wears huge glasses. [[spoiler: Becomes more notorius when Jaws sees her standing beside the supermodel-level women of Drax's group and realizes she doesn't fit into his genetically perfect "master race."]]
* PintSizedPowerhouse: For all the difficulty it causes her, the wreckage she finds Jaws pinned under might as well have been made of balsa wood.
* RescueRomance: Gender Flipped. She [[spoiler: helps Jaws out of the wreckage of a cable-car
when she first meets Bond... up until she meets Jaws. Granted, by then him. They fall in love with the first shared smile]].
* TheVoiceless: She's never heard speaking, though we see her whispering to
Jaws had already established himself as one of the most badass henchmen of the series, but Manuela straight up descends into being a DamselInDistress.
* KidnappedByAnAlly: A variation; Manuela follows
[[spoiler:persuading him to help Bond after he arrives to Rio, and he smells something wrong once he notices it, before she presents herself at his suite as his Brazilian contact.
* MsFanservice: She is the kind of person that can [[MundaneMadeAwesome make sitting on a sofa sexy]]. Needless to say, Bond decides to kill some hours in Rio with her.
* PunnyName: In some Latin American countries, "doing a Manuela" is an euphemism for ADateWithRosiePalms. It might be just a coincidence, but in a movie where another woman is named
Holly Goodhead, it being intentional doesn't sound too far-fetched.
* ShesGotLegs: Her bottom open dress when first meeting Bond lovely showcases her legs.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: The last time she's seen is after Bond saves her
undock their shuttle from Jaws and says that she should go somewhere safe, but there's no confirmation for it.the station]].



[[folder: Drax's Girls]]
!!Drax's Girls
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->'''Played by:''' Françoise Gayat (Lady Victoria Devon), Catherine Serre (Countess Labinsky), Béatrice Libert (Mademoiselle Deladier), Chichinou Kaeppler (Signorina de Mateo), Anne Lonnberg (Museum Guide), Irka Bochenko (receptionist at Venini Glass), Christina Hui, Nicaise Jean-Louis, Melinda Maxwell

A group of [[MasterRace "perfect" women]] who are tasked by Drax with repopulating the human race after he destroys all human life on Earth.

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[[folder: Drax's Girls]]
!!Drax's Girls
[[quoteright:350:http://static.
Corinne Dufour]]
!!Corinne Dufour
[[quoteright:200:http://static.
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org/pmwiki/pub/images/cor-1_2041.jpg]]
[[caption-width-right:200: ''"The Drax residence. Every stone brought from France. Cute, isn't it?"'']]
->'''Played by:''' Françoise Gayat (Lady Victoria Devon), Catherine Serre (Countess Labinsky), Béatrice Libert (Mademoiselle Deladier), Chichinou Kaeppler (Signorina de Mateo), Anne Lonnberg (Museum Guide), Irka Bochenko (receptionist at Venini Glass), Christina Hui, Nicaise Jean-Louis, Melinda Maxwell

A group of [[MasterRace "perfect" women]] who are tasked by Drax with repopulating the human race after he destroys all human life on Earth.
Corinne Cléry

Drax's personal pilot and assistant.



* AbsoluteCleavage: Their dresses are cut down to the top half of their stomachs.
* TheBeautifulElite: They fit the bill, being incredibly beautiful and some of them seemingly having titles (Lady Victoria Devon and Countess Labinsky), but also, Drax' plan is to enforce this by destroying all human life on Earth so it can be repopulated it with only genetically perfect specimens that he selected.
* ButWhatAboutTheAstronauts: Enforced. Drax and them go to his space station to survive while humanity on Earth is wiped out with a nerve gas.
* ChekhovsGunman: They appear as part of the people shown working out at Drax's estate at the beginning of the film, Lady Victoria Devon and Countess Labinsky appear when Hugo Drax meets Bond in his château for the first time, Mademoiselle Deladier and Signorina de Mateo during the pheasant hunt, and another two as a museum guide and the receptionist at the glass factory in Venice, all before all of them were revealed to be the same people intended by Drax to seed his "master race".
* DissonantSerenity: They watch Bond in a life-and-death struggle with a python with eerie calm, some of them with smiles on their faces.
* EqualOpportunityEvil: Say what you want about Drax, but his master race doesn't discriminate by race. The fact that he has at least one black, Asian, and AmbiguouslyBrown woman among them is impressive - especially for 1979. Even more impressive that this also counts for the crew of his space station.
* FanserviceExtra: In a film with some quite exotic Bond Girls (such as Corinne and Manuela), Drax's women put the icing on the (cheese)cake; but for once, they also become [[ChekhovsGunman Chekhov's Gunwomen]].
* MasterRace: They tick all the boxes except for the part that they don't proclaim neither that they're superior nor that they have interest in conquering the world, but that's because that's Drax's part.
* NoahsStoryArc: When Bond and Goodhead see that their space shuttle is carrying a cargo of women (and their male partners) who would repopulate the Earth after Drax's deadly spores killed everyone on the surface, Bond lampshades the similarities with the story of Noah, with the space station as the ark.
* TraitorShot: As Bond leaves Venini Glass, the camera lingers on the receptionist, and she has a devious look on her face.
* TheVoiceless: Out of all of them, the only ones heard speaking are the museum guide and the receptionist at the glass factory.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: They vanish from the narrative just before the attack on the space station. Whether any actually survive is never revealed. This is noticeable as the film takes pains to focus on that the women among them are the same ones Bond sees earlier at Drax' estate and in the glass factory in Venice, yet we never learn their fate.

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* AbsoluteCleavage: Their dresses are cut down EverythingSoundsSexierInFrench: Her accent does certainly add to her charm.
* FedToTheBeast: [[spoiler:Drax orders his hunting dogs to attack her.]]
* HeelFaceTurn: She aids Bond into finding
the top half blueprints of their stomachs.
* TheBeautifulElite: They fit the bill, being incredibly beautiful and some of them seemingly having titles (Lady Victoria Devon and Countess Labinsky), but also, Drax' plan is to enforce this by destroying all human life on Earth so it can be repopulated it with only genetically perfect specimens that he selected.
* ButWhatAboutTheAstronauts: Enforced. Drax and them go to his space station to survive while humanity on Earth is wiped out with a nerve gas.
* ChekhovsGunman: They appear as part of the people shown working out at
Drax's estate at the beginning of the film, Lady Victoria Devon and Countess Labinsky appear when Hugo Drax meets Bond in his château for the first time, Mademoiselle Deladier and Signorina de Mateo during the pheasant hunt, and another two as a museum guide and the receptionist at the glass factory in Venice, all before all of them were revealed to be the same people intended by Drax to seed his "master race".
plan.
%%* PunnyName
* DissonantSerenity: They watch Bond in a life-and-death struggle with a python with eerie calm, some of them with smiles on their faces.
* EqualOpportunityEvil: Say what you want about Drax, but his master race doesn't discriminate by race. The fact that he has at least one black, Asian, and AmbiguouslyBrown woman among them is impressive - especially for 1979. Even more impressive that this also counts for the crew of his space station.
* FanserviceExtra: In a film with some quite exotic Bond Girls (such as Corinne and Manuela),
SexySecretary: She's Drax's women put the icing on the (cheese)cake; but for once, they also become [[ChekhovsGunman Chekhov's Gunwomen]].
personal assistant.
* MasterRace: They tick all the boxes except for the part that they don't proclaim neither that they're superior nor that they have interest in conquering the world, but that's because that's Drax's part.
* NoahsStoryArc: When Bond and Goodhead see that their space shuttle is carrying a cargo of women (and their male partners) who would repopulate the Earth after Drax's deadly spores killed everyone on the surface, Bond lampshades the similarities with the story of Noah, with the space station as the ark.
* TraitorShot: As Bond leaves Venini Glass, the camera lingers on the receptionist, and she has a devious look on
WeHardlyKnewYe: [[spoiler:The audience gets to know little about her face.
* TheVoiceless: Out of all of them, the only ones heard speaking are the museum guide and the receptionist at the glass factory.
* WhatHappenedToTheMouse: They vanish from the narrative just
before her death.]]
* YouHaveFailedMe: [[spoiler:Drax has Dufour {{Fed to
the attack on the space station. Whether any actually survive is never revealed. This is noticeable as the film takes pains to focus on that the women among them are the same ones Bond sees earlier at Drax' estate and in the glass factory in Venice, yet we never learn their fate.Beast}}s for assisting Bond.]]
9th May '18 1:44:13 PM Caswin
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* MadEye: The surgery around his left eye was a disaster, as the missing skin make it seem larger in appearance and perpetually bloodshot.

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* MadEye: The surgery around his left eye was a disaster, as the missing skin make it seem larger in appearance and perpetually bloodshot. Bond wonders if he can properly close it, and in an official audiobook, read by Creator/BillNighy, there's a constant stress to his voice even when he seems to be having a good time.
13th Apr '18 10:40:23 AM Njein
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* AdaptationalNationality: In the book, he's a former Nazi masquerading as an Englishman. In the film, he's French.

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* AdaptationalNationality: In the book, he's a former Nazi masquerading as an Englishman. In the film, he's French.a FrenchJerk.
23rd Mar '18 9:27:27 PM Njein
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* DestinationDefenestration: Bond throws him through the ornate glass of the clock tower's dial, causing him to plunge to his DisneyVillainDeath by impaling a piano with a loud clang.
19th Mar '18 9:31:42 AM Njein
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* ThrownOutTheAirlock: [[spoiler:Bond does this to Drax after shooting him with a poison wrist-dart. Just take a look at the current page image.]]

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* ThrownOutTheAirlock: [[spoiler:Bond does this to Drax after shooting him with a poison wrist-dart. Just take a look at the current page image. Surely, he does take a giant leap for mankind.]]
12th Mar '18 11:38:45 AM upupandaway42
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* ClaspYourHandIfYouDeceive: Does this a lot.

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* ClaspYourHandIfYouDeceive: ClaspYourHandsIfYouDeceive: Does this a lot.
15th Jan '18 4:35:55 AM Njein
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* AdaptationNameChange: In the novel, his name was Hugo von der Drache and "Hugo Drax" was a stolen name. Here, he is genuinely called by the latter name.

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* AdaptationNameChange: In the novel, his real name was Hugo von der Drache and "Hugo Drax" was a stolen name. Here, he is genuinely called by the latter name.


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* ClaspYourHandIfYouDeceive: Does this a lot.
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