The Allies

Dr. No (1962)

Quarrel 

Quarrel

Played by John Kitzmiller
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A fisherman from the Caymans, Bond's first on-screen ally Quarrel guided him to the island of Crab Key in Dr. No. He was later killed there by No's fire-breathing dragon tank.

 
Puss-feller 

Puss-feller

Played by Lester Prendergast
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Puss-feller is the owner of the Kingston nightclub that assists Bond, Leiter, and Quarrel. In the original novel of Dr. No, we are told that the character's bizarre name stems from his legendary battle against an octopus. In the film, he is known for wrestling alligators, thus leaving the origin of his name inconsistent.

 
Felix Leiter 

Felix Leiter

Played by Jack Lord
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Felix Leiter is Bond's contact from the CIA in Dr. No. He eventually becomes one of Bond's close friends. Leiter helps Bond to get in contact with Dr. No.

 

From Russia with Love (1963)

Kerim Bey 

Kerim Bey

Played by Pedro Armendariz
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Kerim Bey is Bond's aid during his mission in Istanbul in From Russia With Love. Pedro Armendariz was terminally ill during filming so towards the end of shooting director Terence Young had to double for him. The actor's son played president Hector Lopez in Licence To Kill 26 years later.

 

Goldfinger (1964)

Colonel Smithers 

Colonel Smithers

Played by Richard Vernon
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Smithers is the distinguished representative of the Bank of England who informs Bond and M about the dangers of Goldfinger's international gold-smuggling operations. As bait for Goldfinger, Smithers lends 007 a rare gold bar which originated from a lost hoard of Nazi bullion.

 
Felix Leiter 

Felix Leiter

Played by Cec Linder
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Leiter reappears in Goldfinger, again as Bond's close friend from the CIA. Leiter helps Bond locate and come in contact with Auric Goldfinger

 

Thunderball (1965)

Felix Leiter 

Felix Leiter

Played by Rik Van Nutter
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Leiter's third appearance as Bond's close friend from the CIA is in Thunderball. Leiter helps Bond locate the downed airplane that held the now stolen nuclear weapon.

 

You Only Live Twice (1967)

Tiger Tanaka 

Tiger Tanaka

Played by Tetsuro Tamba
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Tanaka is the head of Japan's Secret Service and Bond's help while searching for the two hijacked spaceships. In You Only Live Twice, he arranges Bond's fake marriage and ninja training among other things.

 
Dikko Henderson 

Dikko Henderson

Played by Charles Gray
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Henderson is Bond's contact in Japan during You Only Live Twice. Unfortunately, he is stabbed in the back by one of Blofeld's thugs. In contrast to the movie, Henderson had a major role in the Fleming novel. Charles Gray is better remembered for playing Ernst Blofeld in Diamonds Are Forever.

 

On Her Majesty's Secret Service (1969)

Marc-Ange Draco 

Marc-Ange Draco

Played by Gabriele Ferzetti
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Draco promised to tell Bond the location of Ernst Stavro Blofeld if Bond would date his daughter Tracy. Draco also provided the back-up for Bond when attacking Blofeld's Swiss base.

 

Diamonds Are Forever (1971)

Felix Leiter 

Felix Leiter

Played by Norman Burton
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Norman Burton played Bond's close friend from the CIA in Diamonds Are Forever. Burton's character serves as more of a comic relief in the film.

 

Live and Let Die (1973)

Quarrel Jr. 

Quarrel Jr.

Played by Roy Stewart
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The son of Quarrel, Bond's ally from the first movie, Quarrel Jr. is also a fisherman and guides Bond to Kananga's island at the end of Live and Let Die. In the novel, the character was originally Quarrel himself but had to be changed since he was killed in the movie version of Dr. No.

 

The Man with the Golden Gun (1974)

Lieutenant Hip 

Lieutenant Hip

Played by Soon Taik-Oh
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Hip is the Hong Kong police officer assigned to work with Bond to recover the Solex Agitator. When he pretends to arrest Bond following the assassination of Gibson, he inexplicably fails to tell 007 that he is actually bringing him to a meeting with M, thus causing Bond to have to initiate an escape. Later, after he and Bond flee Hai Fat's henchmen, Hip speeds away in his car leaving Bond behind in the dust to fend for himself. Hipe later suffers the indignity of disguising himself as a peanut vendor at a boxing stadium. Although he succeeds in recovering the Agitator, Hip makes the mistake of entrusting it to Mary Goodnight.

 
Sheriff JW Pepper 

Sheriff JW Pepper

Played by Clifton James
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A hick sheriff from Louisiana, Pepper first met Bond in Live and Let Die while Bond was escaping from Kananga's henchmen by motorboat. JW serves as comic relief in The Man With The Golden Gun. He really isn't an ally, so to speak. Instead, he serves as one of Bond's contacts.

 

The Spy Who Loved Me (1977)

General Gogol 

General Gogol

Played by Walter Gotell
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Beginning with The Spy Who Loved Me, head of KGB Anatol Gogol and M strived for Anglo-Soviet cooperation. On one occassion, though, Gogol worked against MI6: in For Your Eyes Only he tried to get the ATAC decoding machine before the British.

 

For Your Eyes Only (1981)

Columbo 

Columbo

Played by Topol
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Columbo is a pistacchio-loving smuggler who teams up with Bond in For Your Eyes Only. The twisted Kristatos tries to use Bond to kill his competitor but gets killed by Columbo instead.

 

Octopussy (1983)

Vijay 

Vijay

Played by Vijay Armitraj
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Vijay is Bond's Indian connection in Octopussy. Vijay drives a "company car" and plays tennis in his freetime. Unfortunately, like most of Bond's fellow agents, he gets killed. The real-life Vijay is a tennis player as well.

 

The Living Daylights (1987)

Felix Leiter 

Felix Leiter

Played by John Terry
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John Terry played Bond's close friend from the CIA The Living Daylights, this time in a more stand-off-ish role.

 

Licence to Kill (1989)

Sharkey 

Sharkey

Played by Frank McRae
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This likable deep-sea fisherman is a personal friend of Bond and Leiter (as well as a member of Leiter's wedding ceremony). He proves to be a valuable ally to Bond when he pursues Sanchez as a rogue agent and doesn't hesitate to accompany 007 into life-threatening situations, which ultimately leads to his unfortunate murder by Krest's men.

 
Felix Leiter 

Felix Leiter

Played by David Hedison
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After having his legs mauled by a shark, he is put in the hospital and taken off of active duty for the CIA. Leiter's role in Licence To Kill is the most notable of any of the films. This is Bond's close friend from the CIA's final appearance.

 

GoldenEye (1995)

Valentin Zukovsky 

Valentin Zukovsky

Played by Robbie Coltrane
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Zukovsky is the head of the Russian Mafia in St. Petersburg and a former enemy of Bond. The two form an awkward alliance - Bond motivated by Zukovsky's information about Janus and Zukovsky motivated by greed.

 
Jack Wade 

Jack Wade

Played by Joe Don Baker
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A replacement for Felix Leiter, Wade first appeared in GoldenEye as Bond's friend from the CIA. He is a middle-aged man who has had many love interests, enjoys gardening and has a rose-shaped tattoo over his right butt cheek, saying "Muffy". Joe Don Baker also played the villain Whitaker in The Living Daylights.

 

The World Is Not Enough (1999)

Valentin Zukovsky 

Valentin Zukovsky

Played by Robbie Coltrane
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Zukovsky reappears in TWINE, again as the former KGB agent and somewhat reluctant ally of Bond's. He now owns and operates a casino and a caviar factory in Baku. He helps Bond figure out Elektra's oil domination plan.

 

Die Another Day (2002)

Falco 

Falco

Played by Michael Madsen
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Falco is the head of the NSA in Die Another Day. Falco is Jinx's boss, and is not fond of 007.




 

Casino Royale (2006)

Felix Leiter 

Felix Leiter

Played by Jeffrey Wright
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Bond's "brother from Langley" is on a mission from the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) to monitor the high stakes poker game attended by Bond and Le Chiffre. After Bond loses his bankroll, Leiter stops him from attempting to kill Le Chiffre and buys him back into the tournament on the CIA's bill. Leiter turns out to be a life saver for Bond at the tournament.