Rape as Redemption - All The Tropes

No real life examples, please; First, this is a rape trope, and All The Tropes does not care to squick its readers. Second, this is a trope about how characters are depicted in media. Please don't use this page to smear the reputations of real people.

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Goldfinger/Characters | All The Tropes Wiki | Fandom

A pilot for Auric Goldfinger and one of the most recognizable of all Bond Action Girl, Classy Cat Burglar, Double Entendre: In fact, it's a triple Entendre since she's also a Cat Burglar., Heel Face Turn, Meaningful Name: And how!, No Bisexuals: Ian Fleming's take on the literary character is she had yet to meet a real man. (She was unable to outrun her uncle at age 12.), Slap Slap Kiss

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Early examples of GPS-type things in movies/TV? - film

Jul 23,  · I've already pointed him to this Ask from April, which has examples of War Rooms, Situation Rooms, and The Big Board (including a link to TV Tropes, reader beware). He could use more examples, though, especially older ones, and going beyond The Big Board. For instance, he mentions that Goldfinger has a "back-lit, moving map in 007’s Aston Martin which is very similar to most in-car GPS

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The 20 worst science and technology errors in films

A far-from-definitive list of the 20 most annoying science and technology errors in films, from slow-moving lasers to extraterrestrials who use Windows Vista.

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James Bond 007 Movie Chronology – THE TIMELINE MACHINE

The Bond movies and TV series in chronological order: 001. Casino Royale (2006) 002. Quantum of Solace 003. Skyfall 004. Spectre 005. Ian Fleming’s Dr. No 006. Ian Fleming’s ‘From Russia with Love’ 007. Ian Fleming’s Goldfinger 008. Ian Fleming’s Thunderball 009. Ian Fleming’s You Only Live Twice 010. Ian Fleming’s On Her

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Buffy The Vampire Slayer: Each Main Character's First

Buffy the Vampire Slayer is beloved by fans for its unique blend of high school, horror, and comedy tropes, its epic trajectory, and its witty and effervescent dialogue. Related: Buffy The Vampire Slayer: 10 Unpopular Opinions (According To Reddit) The characters' first and last lines can offer a

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Goldfinger / Trivia - TV Tropes

For many years in the pre-home video era many viewers of the film on American television never saw the pre-credits sequence because it was almost always cut in order to sell more commercials. For many who never got to see the film in a theater, the scene remained "missing" until Goldfinger was released on home video formats beginning in the 1980s.

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Wavekrest | James Bond Wiki | Fandom

The Wavekrest was a fictional ship owned by Milton Krest. Initially envisioned as a luxury yacht, the vessel first appeared in the Ian Fleming short story The Hildebrand Rarity and was later re-imagined as a marine research vessel in the 1989 James Bond film Licence to Kill, along with John Gardner's accompanying novelization. 1 Novel appearance 2 Film appearance 3 Gadgets 4 Behind the scenes

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James Bond: 5 Ways Dr. No Established The Bond Formula

No, the first-ever Bond movie, established a lot of the tropes that now make up the familiar formula, but that formula wasn't perfected until Guy Hamilton stepped in to direct Goldfinger, the third entry in the franchise, two years later. 10 Dr. No: The Gun Barrel

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James Bond Jr. (TV Series 1991-1992) - IMDb

Created by Andy Heyward, Robby London, Michael G. Wilson. With Corey Burton, Jeff Bennett, Jan Rabson, Mari Devon. The nephew of MI6's greatest spy carries on his uncle's legacy by combating a rogue's gallery of new and familiar villains with the help of his schoolmates.

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15 Types of Villains Screenwriters Need to Know - ScreenCraft

Aug 26,  · 12. The Mastermind. Examples: Hans Gruber — Die Hard Auric Goldfinger — Goldfinger Lex Luthor — Superman Dr. Evil — Austin Powers Trilogy The Mastermind is a favorite in the spy thriller genre especially, namely in almost every James Bond film,

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Early examples of GPS-type things in movies/TV? - film cinema

Jul 23, · Another example would be the James Bond film Goldfinger which has a back-lit, moving map in 007’s Aston Martin which is very similar to most in-car GPS devices. I was wondering if the community had other examples from films/TV that they recall early examples of what are now standard modern mapping or GPS devices.

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Garfield Specials (Western Animation) - TV Tropes

A series of 12 animated TV specials based off the popular comic strip Garfield.All of them (except the first two, which were animated by Mendleson/Melendez Productions, famous for the Peanuts and Cathy specials) were animated by Film Roman, and all of them were broadcast on CBS between the years of 1982 and 1991.

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Line # Film/Goldfinger - TV Tropes

Tropes Media Browse Indexes Forums Videos Ask The Tropers Trope Finder You Know That Show Trope Launch Pad Tools Cut List New Edits Edit Reasons Launches Images List Crowner Activity Un-typed Pages Recent Page Type Changes

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Goldfinger (film) - Wikipedia

Goldfinger is a 1964 British spy film and the third installment in the James Bond series produced by Eon Productions, starring Sean Connery as the fictional MI6 agent James Bond.It is based on the 1959 novel of the same name by Ian Fleming.The film also stars Honor Blackman as Bond girl Pussy Galore and Gert Fröbe as the title character Auric Goldfinger, along with Shirley Eaton as the iconic

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You Only Live Twice (1967) - IMDb

Directed by Lewis Gilbert. With Sean Connery, Akiko Wakabayashi, Mie Hama, Tetsurô Tanba. Secret Agent James Bond and the Japanese Secret Service must find and stop the true culprit of a series of space hijackings, before war is provoked between Russia and the United States.

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