Live and Let Die

Bond places timers in Kananga's poppy fields which he uses for heroin. He attacks a Voodoo ceremony where a priest is about to kill Solitare with a snake bite but he shoots the priest and then Baron Samedi arrives. Bond shoots him in the head but it is only a dummy. The real Samedi arrives but Bond knocks him in a coffin filled with snakes and dies. Bond finds a way into Kananga's lair and kills him by putting a heavy duty air capsule into his mouth which makes him inflate and explode. Bond and Solitare take a train to New York but Kananga's henchman attacks but is thrown off the train.

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