Albert - A fictional crocodile which appears in the 1973 James Bond film Live and Let Die. The reptile was one of numerous crocodiles owned by farm owner Ross Kananga. Albert is one of the oldest crocodiles in Dr. Kananga's farm. In the past he had bitten off Tee Hee's arm, which was replaced by a mechanical one. In a bid to dispose of Bond, Tee Hee strands him on a tiny island in the middle of the crocodile/alligator enclosure. 007 escapes by leaping across the creatures and opens the enclosure gate, luring them into the adjacent drug lab with chunks of meat. Subsequently, the building was set alight and the crocodiles' fate remains unknown.
Franz Sanchez's iguana - A fictional unnamed iguana which appears in the 1989 James Bond film Licence to Kill.
Octopussy - A fictional blue-ringed octopus (genus Hapalochlaena) which appears in the 1983 James Bond film Octopussy. Produces a venom that's invariably fatal in seconds. After Smythe became a jewel smuggler all around Asia, he lived in wealthy. He then devoted himself to the study of octopi. He named his daughter after his favourite pet, Octopussy, whom he taught the arts of jewel smuggling. After his death, Octopussy be the owner of the pet. When the hired thugs want to kill Bond, one of them smashed the aquarium and the octopus attacked his face. Octopussy killed the thug.
Blofeld's Persian cat - Blofeld's cat is a white blue-eyed Turkish Angora cat often seen in its owner's lap. Although implied to be loyal to its owner, there have been a few scenes that indicate its loyalty was not absolute. One scene was in You Only Live Twice when the base was self-destructing, where the cat is struggling to get out of Blofeld's arms (an unscripted reaction to the sudden explosions). Another was right before Blofeld's death, where the cat is seen making a run for it when Bond reveals his survival and flies toward Blofeld. It was initially a convention of the films not to show Blofeld's face, only a close-up of him stroking his cat.
Pussy - A cat in the 1985 film A View to a Kill. Pussy was Stacey's cat. Pussy is very friendly and hungry cat. She first seen when Bond go to Stacey's house. Next when Stacey feed her.
Pegasus - One of Max Zorin's racehorse in the James Bond film A View to a Kill. Pegasus first seen at the Ascot Racecourse, where he won the race on the last second's. When Zorin got the chalice, Pegasus went crazy, he want to run away, but May Day soothed. Bond and Tibbett travel to Chantilly, France where Bond poses as St. John Smythe, a horse dealer and he want to buy brother of Pegasus, the Ithacus colt. Bond and Tibbett locate and break into Zorin's secret labs where Tibbett learns that Zorin is using microchips in Pegasus to release a drug in the horse when prompted by a switch hidden in Zorin's cane.
Fluke - a racehorse in the James Bond film A View to a Kill. Fluke seen at the Ascot Racecourse, where he nearly won the race, but suddenly Pegasus (Max Zorin's hourse) has taken the lead and won the first place. He will be the second and Cooper Girl the third. Miss Moneypenny bet on to Fluke.
Cooper Girl - A racehorse in the James Bond film A View to a Kill. Cooper Girl seen at the Ascot Racecourse, where she is in the second place, but suddenly Pegasus (Max Zorin's hourse) has taken the lead and won the first place. She will be the third and Fluke will be the second.
Misty - One of Max Zorin's mentioned racehorse in the James Bond film A View to a Kill. Misty was Max Zorin's one of the racehorse with good bloodline. Inferno is its offspring. Misty is seen on a painting in Zorin's office. It is unclear as to whether it is even an actual horse since it is never seen on screen and is used as a ploy for Zorin to evaluate and identify 007.
Inferno - One of Max Zorin's racehorse in the James Bond film A View to a Kill. When Zorin suspected of St. John Smythe, Scarpine bringed him to his study. Than they are talking to horses but with a computer and camera he tracked down he is James Bond. Than Zorin selected a fast and sustained horse with good bloodline: Inferno. He is a black stallion. Zorin makes a proposition to Bond. He can got the Ithacus colt gratis if he stay the course. Bond accepted the challenge and the race was began. But after a lot of trap and exercise boys Bond has taken the lead. Than Zorin activated the microchip in Inferno's leg and the deadly gallop has began to Bond. He jumped out of his car which drvied by May Day. And Bond losed.
Max - A parrot in the 1981 film For Your Eyes Only. Max's first owner is Sir Timothy Havelock. He is a very clever parrot. He remembers every sentence and he repeat it. He likes pistachios. His favorite sentence is "Give Us a Kiss". After Timothy's death her daughter Melina Havelock will be his owner. When Kristatos stole the ATAC Max remember the sentence "ATAC to St. Cyrils." It helps Bond to find Kristatos. He also has a conversation with the Prime Minister at the end of the movie. Bond is sent a Phone Call from MI6 directly to Margaret Thatcher who wishes to personally speak to Bond and thank him for completing his mission however when she thinks she's speaking to Bond he had cunningly given Q's watch to Max and the PM was tricked into thinking she's was speaking to Bond especially when the he Squawks "Bond, Bond!!!" and "Give Us a Kiss" but actually Bond was busy Skinny - dipping with Melina Havelock.
Unidentified parrot - A parrot in the 1987 film The Living Daylights. The parrot is present in the kitchen of Blayden House, as assassin Necros attempts to murder the cook and security officer. Although intended to be a different parrot, the bird is actually the same parrot from For Your Eyes Only.
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