James Bond: Moneypenny, what would I do without you?
Moneypenny: My problem is that you never do anything with me.
Ernst Stavro Blofeld: I've taught you to love chickens, to love their flesh, their voice.
James Bond: Tracy, I was always taught that mistakes should be remedied, especially between friends - or lovers.
Draco: Do not kill me, Mr. Bond. At least not until we've had a drink. And if you wish, I'll give you another chance.
James Bond: Now, when we authorize a coat of arms, it can include all sorts of funny things: crescent moons, portcullis, beasts, cochons, rampants, bars, bezants.
Nancy: Please, what is bezants?
James Bond: Gold balls. I brought a book on the subject with me. There's a picture of my own coat of arms, actually - which includes four of them. If you'd care to see them.
Ruby: I'd love to.
Sir Hilary Bray: Our methods are very exacting. We never like to speak until we're absolutely certain that there can be no possibility of error on our side or... forgery on anyone else's.
James Bond: I hope I can live up to your high standards.