Dr. No

Flattery will get you nowhere.
But don't stop trying.

- Now...
- What's all this to-do about?

Strangways. And it looks serious.
We've been burning the air between
here and Jamaica for three hours.

Oh. In you go.
Don't forget to write.
Good evening, sir.
It happens to be 3am.
When do you sleep, 007?
Never on the firm's time, sir.
Sit down.
Jamaica went off the air tonight,
in the middle of the opening procedure.
We've checked and...

Strangways has disappeared.
So has his secretary.
A new girl. We'd only just sent her out.

Was Strangways on something... special?
He was checking
an enquiry from the Americans.

They complained about interference
with their Cape Canaveral rockets.

They think it comes
from the Jamaica area.

- Does "toppling" mean anything to you?
- A little.

It's throwing the gyroscopic controls
of a guided missile off balance with a...

a radio beam or something.
Five million dollars' worth of missile
aimed at a spot in the South Atlantic,

but finishing up in the Brazilian jungle,
is bad enough.

Now they're gonna try orbiting a rocket
round the moon.

The American CIA sent a man down
to work with Strangways.

- A fellow called Leiter. Do you know him?
- I've heard of him. Never met him.

Has he found out anything important?
Better ask "him". You're booked
on the 7 o'clock plane to Kingston.

That gives you exactly
three hours, 22 minutes.

You'll get a set of background papers
at the airport, in a self-destructor bag.

You can study them during the flight.