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'''[[center: [- [[Characters/JamesBond Main Character Index]] -]]]'''

Character sheet for the Film/JamesBond film ''Film/OnHerMajestysSecretService''.


[[folder: James Bond]]
-->See [[Characters/JamesBondTheCharacter here]].

[[folder: M]]
-->See [[Characters/JamesBondM here]].

[[folder: Moneypenny]]
-->See [[Characters/JamesBondMoneypenny here]].

[[folder: Q]]
-->See [[Characters/JamesBondQ here]].

[[folder: Shaun Campbell]]
!!Shaun Campbell

->'''Played by:''' Bernard Horsfall

A [=MI6=] operative who tries to aid Bond in Switzerland as part of Operation Bedlam.
* NewspaperThinDisguise: He hides his face with a newspaper when he surveils Bond in Switzerland.
* RedShirt: [[spoiler: He seems to be introduced to the plot just to show that Blofeld is still dangerous.]]
* SacrificialLion: [[spoiler: He is killed after being spotted by Blofeld's men while escalating Piz Gloria and his body is left hanging to freeze near the cable car station.]]
* TheVoiceless: Subverted. He's introduced surveying Bond (rather sinisterly) in Switzerland and doesn't speak there, nor while escalating Piz Gloria, but when he's captured by Blofeld's men and brought to him, Campbell loudly voices his complaints to Blofeld.

!!Bond's Allies

[[folder: Tracy di Vicenzo Bond]]
!!Countess Teresa "Tracy" Draco di Vicenzo Bond
[[caption-width-right:350:''"Teresa was a Saint; I'm known as Tracy."'']]
->'''Played by:''' Creator/DianaRigg

A socialite with a taste for mischief, Bond first meets Tracy in the opening of the film as she's about to commit suicide by walking into the ocean. Bond saves her life and later her father, the head of the Corsican Mafia, asks him to court her in exchange for information on Blofeld. They eventually fall in love for real.
* ActionGirl: Of the civilian Bond Girls, Tracy is by far the most adventurous, fearless, and resourceful, pulling off multiple stunts and even fending off a few mooks.
* AffectionateNickname:
-->'''Tracy:''' Teresa was a saint, I'm known as Tracy.
* BadassDriver: Her driving skills in the chase in Switzerland certainly makes her this.
* BigDamnHeroes: Arrives just in time in Switzerland to save Bond with her driving talents.
* BlueBlood: She inherited the title of "Countess di Vicenzo" from her previous husband.
* ButNotTooForeign: In the novel it's mentioned her mother was an Englishwoman looking for adventure who ran into the young Corsican bandit and future leader of France's criminals Marc Ange Draco when journeying in the Corsican mountains.
* BrokenBird: Her first husband died shortly after leaving her for another woman, and her daughter died of spinal meningitis, leaving Tracy in this state.
* DamselInDistress: She gets captured after the avalance set off by Blofeld.
* DamselOutOfDistress: Though she manages to kill the mook who was watching over her before Bond and her father's men can rescue her.
* DeadpanSnarker:
** Most of the time in a back and forth with Bond.
---> ''[Bond finds Tracy in his hotel suite with his gun in her hand]''\\
'''Tracy:''' Suppose I were to kill you for a thrill?\\
'''Bond:''' I can think of something more sociable to do.
** She gets a good remark in while Blofeld is trying to convince her to become his Countess.
---> '''Tracy:''' I'm already a Countess.
* DrivenToSuicide: Her first appearance has her attempting suicide over the loss of her family.
* DrivesLikeCrazy: During the stock car chase.
* FeetFirstIntroduction: How Tracy is introduced in the ice rink in Switzerland later on. Diana Rigg couldn't ice skate, so a stunt double was used.
* FormerTeenRebel: As explained by her father when he first met Bond, she had a habit of rebelling against him. While and as an adult she dearly loves him, she still retains the attitude.
--> '''Draco:''' [After] my wife died, I sent Teresa to Switzerland to finish her education. Unfortunately, I didn't give her a proper home. She was without supervision. So she joined the fast international set. One scandal after another. When I disapproved, cut off her allowance, she committed some greater folly to spite me [...] Without telling me, she married an Italian count, who killed himself in a Maserati with one of his mistresses.
* GirlOfTheWeek: Averted. She ends up being the girl of Bond's life, more exactly.
* GrievousBottleyHarm: After Blofeld orders Grunther and a mook to take care of Tracy during the helicopter attack on Piz Gloria, she takes a wine bottle and smashes it on the mook's head. Afterwards, she briefly tries to defend herself from Grunther with the broken bottle, until he disarms her.
* HappilyMarried: Ends up being with James for the rest of her life [[spoiler: which isn't a very long one]]
* MafiaPrincess: Her father, Marc-Ange Draco, is the leader of Union Corse, an organized crime syndicate.
* PrettyInMink: She wears a red fox coat.
* SacrificialLion: [[spoiler:She's killed at the end of the film by a shot fired from a speeding car by Blofeld and his henchwoman Irma Bunt.]]
* ShowSomeLeg: When she recognises her father's voice on the radio from the approaching "Red Cross" helicopters, she immediately starts being seductive with Blofeld, who gets annoyed when one of his men tries to draw his attention to them.
* SuicideBySea: In her first scene, she tries to commit suicide by walking into the ocean but is saved by James Bond. It was only one of her self-destructive behaviors, which included gambling with money she didn't have.

[[folder: Marc-Ange Draco]]
!!Marc-Ange Draco
[[caption-width-right:350: ''"Do not kill me, Mr. Bond. At least not 'til we've had a drink."'']]
->'''Played by:''' Gabriele Ferzetti

Head of the Union Corse, a major crime syndicate, and Tracy's father.
* AffablyEvil: A friendly, polite mafia don who dearly loves his daughter.
* TheCasanova: In his youth.
* TheDon: Just like in the book, Draco is the leader of Union Corse, an organized crime syndicate.
* EveryoneHasStandards: Even though Draco gives Bond the information about Blofeld rather because he wants Bond to continue romancing Tracy, and he admits that he is a criminal with lots of shady businesses, even he thinks that Blofeld is a horrible person.
* TheMafia: Union Corse.
* ManOfWealthAndTaste: A mafia don who always appears in sharp-looking suits.
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: He helps Bond with the investigation about Blofeld when M orders Bond to stop it, and Bond later enlists Draco and his forces to attack Blofeld's headquarters when M forbids him to.


[[folder: Ernst Stavro Blofeld]]
-->See [[Characters/JamesBondBlofeld here]].

[[folder: Irma Bunt]]
!!Irma Bunt
[[caption-width-right:350: ''"Make sure that everyone is locked up. The guest is not to be disturbed."'']]
->'''Played by:''' Ilse Steppat

Blofeld's Swiss henchwoman who manages the care for the "Death Angels" and assists in the attempts to eliminate Bond.
* ApronMatron: To Blofeld's young female patients, the "Death Angels".
* TheDragon: She watches over the "Death Angels", who are a basic part of Blofeld's EvilPlan, and heads the first group of mooks sent to recapture Bond in Switzerland.
* EvilRedhead: Well, she's redhead, and besides working for Blofeld, she's [[spoiler:the one who shot Tracy.]]
* HeroKiller: [[spoiler:She kills Tracy in the end in an attempt to kill both her and Bond.]]
* KarmaHoudini: Unlike most Dragons in the franchise, Bond never has a chance to kill her. However, this is due to AuthorExistenceFailure; her actor died three days after the film premiered. Her comeuppance actually occurs in [[AllThereInTheManual a short story]] published in the January 1997 issue of ''Playboy'', where Bond kills her in response to an assassination attempt.

[[folder: Grunther]]
->'''Played by:''' Yuri Borienko

A stocky imposing character, Grunther is a henchman to Blofeld and head of security at Piz Gloria.
* TheBrute: Imposing and, well, [[ShapedLikeItself brutish]].
* ImpaledWithExtremePrejudice: He is killed when Tracy impales him on a set of ornamental wall spikes hung on the wall.
* {{Mooks}}: One of Blofeld's mooks at Piz Gloria. Albeit he's also a...
* MookLieutenant: He's the head of security at Piz Gloria.

!!Other Characters

[[folder: The "Death Angels"]]
!!The "Death Angels"
->'''Played by:''' Angela Scoular, Creator/JoannaLumley, Dani Sheridan, Anouska Hempel, Ingrit Black, Julie Ege, Zara, Jenny Hanley, Helena Ronee, Sylvana Henriques, Mona Chong, Catherina von Schell

Twelve beautiful young women from all over the world being brainwashed by Blofeld under the guise of allergy or phobia treatment in order to spread the sterility virus. [[ForeignFanservice A number appeared in the representative styles of dress of their particular nation]]. Their mission is to help Blofeld contaminate and ultimately sterilise the world's food supply. Irma Bunt watches over them.
* {{Brainwashed}}: They're being brainwashed by Blofeld under the guise of an allergy/phobia treatment to be instructed on how to release the virus.
* FilleFatale: While her age is never specified (her actress was 23 at the time), Ruby Bartlett acts much younger and less mature than the rest of the "Death Angels", and she relentlessly pursues Bond.
* FlatCharacter: None of them get much characterization, except maybe Ruby Bartlett. In fact, the only ones who get named in the film are Ruby and Nancy, the other woman with whom Bond has sex in the clinic.
* ForeignFanservice: Some of them appeared in the representative dress styles of their particular nation, and as seen in TrademarkFavoriteFood below, some of them even ate a representative food from their particular nation.
* OnlyOneName: Bunt refuses to let the girls reveal their full names, claiming clinic rules. Ruby Bartlett tells "Hilly" her name anyway when she's alone with Bond.
* SupportingHarem: They all end up becoming quite the admirers of "Sir Hilary Bray", but none of them is the main Bond Girl of the film.
* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Each of them could only eat one and only one kind of food as part of their treatment: chicken for Ruby; flatbread for the Indian girl, bananas for the Jamaican girl; and so on.
* UnwittingPawn: They all believe that they're just under an allergy/phobia treatment which in reality is part of a plan to destroy the world's entire agriculture and livestock.

[[folder: Sir Hilary Bray]]
!!Sir Hilary Bray
[[caption-width-right:314: ''"Our methods are very exacting. We never like to speak until we're certain that there can be no possibility of error on our side."'']]
->'''Played by:''' George Baker

Professor in the London College of Arms, whom Bond impersonates in Piz Gloria.

Baker also provided the voice of Bray whilst Bond was imitating him. (He had nearly been cast as Bond himself, and semi-jokingly maintained he recorded enough of Bond's dialogue that he should have been credited as Bond too!)
* AdaptationExpansion[=/=]CompositeCharacter: The novel's version of Bray never appears, and Bond's contact at the College of Arms is another character. The film merges the two.
* IdentityImpersonator: For a matter of national security, he agrees to allow Bond to impersonate him at Piz Gloria. He even has his details altered slightly so that Bond can be mistaken for him.
* TheProfessor: Of heraldry in the London College of Arms.