29. February 2016 11:47
This Competition is now closed. Congratulations to our winner, Enno, from Bonn, Germany!
The correct answer (as 86% of you knew) was B, David Hedison.
Unlike the others listed, David Hedison appeared in two James Bond films as the same character, Felix Leiter. Hedison played Leiter in both Live And Let Die (1973) and Licence To Kill (1989), which was fitting since the whole "He disagreed with something that ate him" idea was taken directly from the novel Live And Let Die.
7% of the answers were for Joe Don Baker, who appeared as CIA agent Jack Wade in Goldeneye (1995) and Tomorrow Never Dies (1997). However, he also appeared as arms dealer Brad Whitaker in The Living Daylights (1987).
5% of the answers were for Maud Adams, who played Andrea in The Man With The Golden Gun and the titular Octopussy in Octopussy (1983). Adams also made a cameo appearance as an extra in the crowd in A View To A Kill (1985).
2% of the answers were for Charles Gray who played Australian agent Richard "Dikko" Henderson in You Only Live Twice (1967) and multiple clones of Blofeld in Diamonds Are Forever (1971).
There are many other actors and actresses who have had smaller roles in more than one Bond film, for example Martine Beswick as Vida (one of the Gypsy girls) in From Russia With Love and as Bond's contact, Paula in Thunderball.
Walter Gotell appeared as General Gogol in six Bond films but also as a member of Spectre (named Morzeny) in From Russia With Love (1963).
When researching the question for this competition I was surprised to discover that Diane Hartford (Bond's dancing partner at the Kiss Kiss Club in Thunderball in 1965) also made a cameo as a card player in the Bahamas in Casino Royale (2006).
As did Tsai Chin, seen briefly as Ling, in bed with Bond at the beginning of You Only Live Twice (1967) and again as Madam Wu at the Poker table in Casino Royale (2006).
It is little touches like this, nods to the Bond films of the past, that I find very endearing, even if I missed them on first viewing. They demonstrate just how far, above and beyond, the producers at Eon go to tie the franchise together.
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Which actor/actress did not appear as two different characters in the James Bond series?
A. Charles Gray
B. David Hedison
C. Joe Don Baker
D. Maud Adams
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