Dr. No

That's a naughty little habit -
listening at keyholes.

I wasn't listening.
I was looking for those files.

Anything that can't be found,
I get the blame.

Oh, forget it.
Actually, it's not very important anyhow.

I hate to think of you spending
all afternoon looking for them.

No. I have the afternoon off.
There's a coincidence. So have I.
Why don't you show me round the island?

What should I say to an invitation
from a strange gentleman?

You should say yes.
I should say maybe.
Three o'clock, my hotel,
Yes, maybe.
The luminous dial activates it.
Here, hold this.

Now, where exactly did Commander
Strangways place those samples?

- About where your feet is, sir.
- Good.

- Hi, there.
- Hi.

- Lose something?
- Take a look at this Geiger reading.

Those samples Strangways brought back
from Crab Key... were radioactive.

Yet Professor Dent told me
they were worthless chunks of iron ore.

- He's either a bad professor or a poor liar.
- I intend to find out which.

Quarrel, how soon can you
get us over to Crab Key?

Well... it's like this here, Captain.
Commander Strangways,
he done take samples of "all" the islands.

- We could check the nearest ones first.
- No. I'm interested in Crab Key.

I done take the commander there.
We got away without trouble.

It don't do to tempt providence too often.
You see... there's a dragon.