Played by: Adolfo CeliThe second-in-command of SPECTRE and architect / supervisor of the events inside the book/movie. He is a brutal sadist.
- Bad Boss: He has Quist thrown in his Shark Pool for failing him and later close the pool when Bond is fighting a mook down there, leaving them both for the sharks.
- Cool Boat: The Disco Volante.
- Dragon-in-Chief / The Heavy
- Eyepatch of Power: Wears one over his eye.
- Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: Like Vargas, he gets speared, but in Largo's case, it's a spear in the back.
- Karmic Death: Shot In the Back with a Harpoon Gun, by his own mistress. If, for some reason, that didn't kill him, the explosive crash of his hydrofoil did.
- Kick the Dog: The torture of Domino.
- Kingpin in His Gym: He enjoys skeet shooting with Fiona Volpe.
- No, Mr. Bond, I Expect You to Dine: Well, lunch.
- Number Two: In the SPECTRE organization, below Blofeld.
- Red Right Hand: Largo's eyepatch in the movie. His head and hands are abnormally large in the books.
- Shark Pool: Possibly the Trope Codifier.
- The Starscream: The book illustrates that he would have taken over from Blofeld in the event of the latter's death.
- Supervillain Lair: His yacht. Remarkably low-key for a Bond villain.
- Unusually Uninteresting Sight: His reaction to one of his fellow SPECTRE boardmembers being electrocuted.
- Too Kinky to Torture: His proposed torture of Domino wouldn't work in life but seems designed to be sexually dominating.
- Torture Technician: Uses a cigarette and ice to torture Domino.
- Villain with Good Publicity: Apparently a renowned socialite.
- Wicked Cultured: Has a large estate in Nassau.
- Wealthy Yacht Owner: Owns a yacht, the Disco Volante (Flying Saucer). Its front part is a detachable hydrofoil.
Dominique "Domino" Derval
Played by: Claudine AugerEmilio Largo's mistress and the sister of François Derval, the NATO pilot who was killed and impersonated by Angelo Palazzi.
- Affectionate Nickname: Her friends call her Domino.
- Color Motif: Always wears black and white.
- The Dog Bites Back: Comes back to spear Largo after Kutze lets her out of her room.
- Everything Sounds Sexier in French: In the movie, the character's name and backstory were retconned from Italian to French to fit the actress' nationality.
- Fluffy Fashion Feathers: First appears in a white wrap trimmed with white feathers.
- Ms. Fanservice: The actress was Miss France Monde and was also the first runner-up in the 1958 Miss World contest.
- Nice Girl
- Revenge: She shoots Largo in the back with a harpoon gun for the murder of her brother (and for torturing her).
- Sex–Face Turn: Part of what makes her join Bond's side. The other part is The Reveal of what hapenned to her brother.
Played by: Luciana PaluzziA high-ranking SPECTRE assassin who is charged with seeing Largo's operation through.
- Corporate Samurai: Meets much of the criteria. Orders around mooks including Count Lippe, negotiates a new deal with Angelo and has a strange Not So Different relationship with Bond.
- Dark Action Girl: Blows up Lippe with a motorcycle.
- The Dragon: She is a little too independent to qualify as Largo's dragon.
- Drives Like Crazy: Bond thinks so.
- Duel of Seduction: Bond and Fiona both fail.
- Evil Redhead: Largo's right hand.
- Fluffy Fashion Feathers: Her blue feather boa.
- High-Heel–Face Turn: Subverted.
- Hoist By Her Own Petard: She's killed by the bullet meant for Bond when he sees the shooter.
- Honey Trap: She's a specialist in setting them.
- Karmic Death: Shot by her own henchman.
- Ms. Fanservice
- Sex–Face Turn: Averted and openly mocked in the face of Bond by her.
- Taking the Bullet: Involuntarily. She dies of it.
Number One (Ernst Stavro Blofeld)
Played by: Anthony Dawson
Voiced by: Eric PohlmanThe mysterious chief of the SPECTRE organisation.
- Bad Boss: Doesn't take to suspecting someone stealing from him very well.
- Bigger Bad: He gives the orders to go forward with the NATO project and also orders two people killed, but is again not directly involved with SPECTRE's field operations.
- Blofeld Ploy: Trope Namer. He electrocutes one of the henchmen sitting at his conference table for embezzling money from him, only after interrogating another (and totally innocent) henchman for the reason why their drug trafficking ring had turned in such poor profits.
- Evil Sounds Deep: Dubbed by Eric Pohlman once again.
- The Faceless: Hidden behind blinds, but you can still see small parts of Anthony Dawson's face.
- Karma Houdini: Since he stays in his office in Paris.
- Large and in Charge: In the novel, which first introduces him, he is very large, coming in at 20 stone (280 pounds, 130 kg) with the muscle of a former amateur weightlifter. And he is the founder and chairman of SPECTRE, "private enterprise for private profit".
- Nebulous Evil Organization: SPECTRE, the Special Executive for Counter Intelligence, Terrorism, Revenge and Extortion.
- Right-Hand Cat: Again has the white cat.
- Soft-Spoken Sadist: Speaks in a casual tone before turning on Number 9's electric chair.
Played by: Martine BeswickBond's ally in Nassau.
- Better to Die Than Be Killed: She takes a Cyanide Pill after being abducted by Fiona Volpe.
- Ms. Fanservice: She wears a swimsuit at one point.
Played by: Molly PetersA physiotherapist at Shrublands Clinic.
- Black Comedy Rape: One of the most unnerving pieces of Values Dissonance in the series, as Bond actually blackmails her into having sex with him. She had been sternly rebuffing his advances the whole time beforehand. Afterward though she is hopelessly infatuated with Bond and wants more of his manliness. Interestingly, though, Bond is a little freaked out by how infatuated she is with him post-coitus.
- Ms. Fanservice: In the sauna.
Played by: Phillip LockeLargo's personal assistant and henchman.
- Asexual: See Largo's quote below.
- Blond Guys Are Evil: Blond and an emotionless villain.
- The Dragon: To Largo.
- Impaled with Extreme Prejudice: Bond casually shoots him with a spear on Love Beach.
- Sinister Shades: Seen wearing these when Largo says the quote below.
- Straight Edge Evil / Consummate Professional:Largo: Vargas does not drink. Does not smoke. Does not make love. What does Vargas do?
- The Voiceless: He doesn't speak either.
Played by: Bill CummingsQuist is sent by Largo to murder Bond in his Nassau hotel suite, but blundered into a booby-trap the spy had prepared: an audio recorder disguised as a copy of the Nassau telephone directory. Retracing the sound of Quist's activity, Bond finds him hiding in the shower. After scalding him with hot water, the intruder was quickly overpowered. Rather than kill the man, 007 gives him back his pistol and sends him back to Largo with a message: "Tell them the little fish I throw back into the sea." Quist promptly reports back to Largo at Palmyra, only to be thrown into the Shark Pool for his failing his mission.
- Asshole Victim: Well, he did slip up his mission.
- Mook: To Largo.
- We Hardly Knew Ye: Only appears twice before dying.
- You Have Failed Me: He gets caught by Bond in the hotel, and sent back to Largo with the words, "The Little Fish I Throw Back Into The Sea." He doesn't say this or anything else when Largo questions him about Bond, and Largo realizes immediately that he failed. He then becomes shark food.
Played by: George PravdaA Polish nuclear physicist who aids Largo with the captured bombs. He eventually redeems himself by releasing Domino following her torture at Largo's hands and expresses regret over his part in enabling use of the atomic weapons, stating that he had disposed of the arming device by throwing it overboard - thus rendering the bombs harmless. Curiously, his fate is unknown. At the end of the film, Bond (perhaps unintentionally) abandons him somewhere off the coast of Florida. It is likely that he perished, as his last words were "I never learned to swim," to which Bond replied "never too late to learn" before throwing him a life preserver.
- Everyone Has Standards: He was horrified that Largo intended to use the bombs, so he disarmed the second one (the first was captured by MI6).
- Evil Genius
- Fake Nationality: George Pravda was Czechoslovakian.
- Heel–Face Turn: Frees Domino from her hold in the Disco Volante, which allows her to kill Largo.
- Punchclock Villain
Played by: Paul StassinoSPECTRE operative trained and surgically modified to impersonate French military officer Colonel and pilot François Derval.
- Acting for Two: Paul Stassino plays both Francois and Angelo since Palazzi's real face and voice are never heard or seen.
- Bandaged Face: When he is undergoing the plastic surgery necessary to make him look like Major Derval.
- Can't Kill You, Still Need You: Count Lippe was sorely tempted to kill Angelo for demanding his raise, but Angelo smugly points out he's the only person who can do his job. But when word of his behavior reaches Blofeld, Blofeld orders both Angelo and Lippe to be eliminated.
- Decomposite Character: One half of one with the aforementioned François Derval — in the book, he was a pilot named Giuseppe Petacchi from Fascist Italy (who had kind of an interesting story for which the movie didn't have time) planted on the plane by SPECTRE.
- Death by Materialism
- Kill and Replace: Gasses the real Derval in his apartment.
- Magic Plastic Surgery: Underwent this at Shrublands; he's played by the same actor who plays Francois.
- Smug Snake: Before he goes on his mission, he makes Count Lippe and Fiona increase his reward simply because he's the only one who can do their job. This gets him killed when Blofeld and Largo hear of his new demand, but Largo leaves his body, with Francois Derval's face AND personal belongings, in the sunken jet for Bond to find later.
- You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: In response to his behavior, he is executed by Largo himself, who cuts his air hose underwater after Palazzi's seat belt jammed.
Played by: Guy DolemanA SPECTRE agent who is charged to guard Angelo Palazzi while the latter recovers from his plastic surgery at Shrublands. There, he tries to kill Bond. His whole experience with Bond, along with Palazzi electing to take advantage of the NATO agreement at the Eleventh Hour for more money, gets both of them killed, with Lippe being blown up in his car by Volpe.
- Aristocrats Are Evil: It is never known why he is a Count.
- Minor Crime Reveals Major Plot: If he hadn't tried to kill Bond, SPECTRE's plan might've succeeded.
- Smug Snake: Had a condescending tone when he traps Bond in a machine, but didn't take the advantage of killing Bond, which gets him killed.
- Tattooed Crook: He has a Red Lightning Tong tattoo on the left wrist.
- Villain Ball: See Minor Crime Reveals Major Plot. His goofup with both Bond and Angelo Palazzi starts the chain of events that ultimately derail SPECTRE's NATO project.
- You Have Failed Me / You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: The Villain Ball is unforgiving, Count Lippe.
Colonel Jacques Bouvar
Played by: Bob SimmonsThe villain of the pre-credits sequence and an influential member of SPECTRE (number 6). Bond and his French liason were present at his funeral, investigating his apparent death. As the pair stand on the balcony outside the chapel, Bond observes Bouvar's widow behaving suspiciously. It is revealed that in an attempt to evade reprisals, Colonel Bouvar has faked his death and disguised himself as his own widow. Bond surprises him at his French château, where a fight ensues and ends with Bond breaking his neck and escaping with the jet-pack.He was played by Bob Simmons, the main stuntman of the Bond franchise until A View to a Kill.
- Attending Your Own Funeral: Plays this card to try to escape MI6, but when he opens the door to his car, it tips Bond off to the ruse.
- Disguised in Drag / Harmless Lady Disguise: Poses as his widow.
- Faking the Dead: Disguised as his widow after supposedly dying in his sleep.
- Hero Killer: Bond laments that he did not have the opportunity to kill him, stating that he had murdered two of his colleagues.
- Hoist by His Own Petard: Bond breaks Bouvar's neck with his fire poker.
- Improbable Weapon User: Uses a fire poker against Bond.
- Just One Little Mistake:Bond: Madame, I've come to offer my sincere condoleances. [punches Bouvar] My dear Colonel Bouvar, I don't think you should have opened that car door by yourself!
- You Are Number 6: His code name was Number 6 when Blofeld holds the NATO meeting after the opening credits.