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Question 1: Jaws is an unlockable multiplayer character in the game ________.
James Bond 007: Everything or NothingGoldenEye 007From Russia with Love (video game)James Bond 007: Nightfire

Question 2: Richard Kiel is one of the participants (along with ________ and Nick Nack) and is billed in the credits as 'Famous Guy with Metal Teeth'.
Francisco ScaramangaJames BondAuric GoldfingerList of James Bond henchmen in Goldfinger

Question 3: This is a list of henchman from the 1979 ________ film Moonraker, from the List of James Bond henchmen.
James Bond (character)00 AgentJames BondBond girl

Question 4: In Wood's version, Jaws's real name is Zbigniew Krycsiwiki and he was born in Kraków, ________.
GermanyGreeceHungaryPoland

Question 5: There is a throwaway line at the end of the movie about the American ________ rescuing a man and a woman in a fragment of space station, implying that Jaws survived yet again.
Space ShuttleAres VAres IApollo program

Question 6: Jaws' nickname is due to his strong stainless steel teeth (________, according to some sources) that can bite through virtually anything.
NickelCobaltZincChromium

Question 7: Jaws first appeared in the 1977 film The Spy Who Loved Me as a ________ to the villain Karl Stromberg.
HenchmanThe Lion KingAladdin (1992 film)Palpatine

Question 8: Bond then climbs into the ________ of a plane and ejects his seat as the lift plummets to the ground.
Aircraft flight control systemCockpitAutopilotGlass cockpit

Question 9: Jaws is a fictional assassin in the ________ films The Spy Who Loved Me and Moonraker (plus some later videogames).
00 AgentJames BondBond girlJames Bond (character)

Question 10: Most of the background information on Jaws comes from Christopher Wood's novelisation of the film The Spy Who Loved Me; published as James Bond, The Spy Who Loved Me to differentiate from ________'s novel.
From Russia, with Love (novel)Casino Royale (novel)Thunderball (novel)Ian Fleming
















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