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This is the James Bond film that resurrected Sean Connery as Bond, released the same year as Roger Moore's Octopussy. It's as stupid and fun as any Bond film, where the villians are all utterly incompetent and Bond always escapes. Barbara Carrera is Fatima Blush, a secret agent for Specter, who no longer needs the services of a drugged and brainwashed American serviceman so she drives beside him and throws a Boa Constrictor through his car window. He is so terrified of the snake that he loses control of the car and crashes through a brick wall. She goes to the wreckage and plants a bomb to finish him off. She finds the snake alive in the wreckage and is so happy to find it alive that she kisses it, drapes it around her neck and takes it back to her car where she detonates the bomb and drives away kissing the snake again. She does all her own snake handling, too. Beauty, Brains, Bombs, and Boas - Fatima Blush must be the best Bond Femme Fatale of all.