Monday, 5 October 2015

The Daily Teaser — 5-10-2015: The Name’s Bond … 

Right … 

Did you see where I put my iron … ?

More to the point, did you see where I put my posh trousers?

I think I’m going to need both, frankly … !

“OK,” I hear you ask.

“Why DOES Paul want me to find his trousers?”

Well … 

I’ve got an interview, today: at my local post office.

Which, of course means, I’ll be needing my posh shoes and trousers.   And need an iron, so I can iron a shirt.

Oh … 

And will possibly need to print out a copy of my CV and references.   I just hope the printers at the library are working, today.

I think I’m going to need them … 

~≈Ê≈~

But let’s get a move on, shall we?

Yesterday’s Teaser saw both Olga* and Debbi† putting in their answers: with both scoring five out of five.

Let’s see how everyone does with today’s questions, shall we?

Here they are, along with the How To, License and video … 

Q1)  Eon Productions released the first officially sanctioned James Bond movie: 5th October, 1962.   Which James Bond film was it?
Q2) Who played Bond in that film?
Q3) The villain of the film is using a form of radio jamming, to bring down US what: planes, rockets or missiles?
Q4) Who plays the villain?
Q5) In the film, Bond is helped by Honey Ryder.   Which heavily dubbed Swiss actress played Ryder?
Q6) Early in the film, the plot sees one minor character — the MI5 head of station in Jamaica — killed by a group of assassins.   The assassins are called the Three … what?
Q7) This first Bond film introduces us to  Bond’s boss: played by Bernard Lee.   What’s Bond’s boss’s name?
Q8) It ALSO introduces us to Bond’s boss’s secretary, played by Lois Maxwell.   Maxwell played Miss … who?
Q9) The film also introduces us to Major Boothroyd: the head of Q-branch.   Later version of the character are called what?
Q10) Finally … The film’s villain is a member of an organization to feature in the new Bond film, to be released in 2015.   What’s the name of the organization?
Here’s yesterday’s questions and answers …
Q1) 4th october is the feast day of Saint Francis of Assisi.   Assisi is in which European country?
A1) Italy.
Q2) More to the point, which Pope — and former nightclub bouncer —  takes his papal name from Saint Francis?
A2) Pope Francis.
Q3) Gunpei Yokoi died on 3rd October, 1997.   Which hand-held video game device did he create: the Game Boy or the Atari Lynx?
A3) The Game Boy.
Q4) The Rome General Peace Accords were signed on 4th October, 1992.   The Accords ended the sixteen year civil war: in which African country?
Q5) Finally … 4th October, 1626, saw the birth of Richard Cromwell, one of only two commoners to become England’s head of state.   As such, what title did he hold: Lord Sheriff, Lord Provost or Lord Protector?
I’ll leave you with this thought …
“His name is Bond; James Bond.”

Tagline form the movie’s poster.
And this tune … 


Enjoy your day … 









*        My pleasure, Olga!   (The same basics — trade-in and business discount/financing — apply to their laptops: JUST so you know.)   And, yes … I think we can say I thoroughly enjoyed Dr Who … !

†      Really, Debbi … ?   That’s sort of a shame: still, hopefully, it’ll drive prices up, and hand you a huge pile of free, good publicity.   Either way … ?   Means I’ll be looking at some of the odder sellers on Amazon.   No change, THERE, then … !   (A badonkadonk … ?   OKAAAAAAAY … )

2 comments:

Debbi said...

They'll be rare first editions, at any rate! :) And, yes, Doctor Who was great!

1. Dr. No
2. Sean Connery
3. rockets
4. Joseph Wiseman
5. Ursula Andress
6. Blind Mice
7. M
8. Moneypenny
9. Q
10. SPECTRE

Olga Nunez Miret said...

Q1) Dr No
Q2) Sean Connery
Q3) Rockets
Q4) Joseph Wiseman
Q5) Ursula Andress
Q6) The Three Blind Mice
Q7) M
Q8) Miss Moneypenny
Q9) Q
Q10) Spectre
I hope you found everything and all was in order for the interview. Keep us posted!