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I need you to listen to me very carefully

[during the tense interrogation scene over Solitaire]

Solitaire... my dear. I need you to listen to me very carefully. On the back of Mr. Bond's wristwatch, the registration number is 3266. Do I speak the truth?
[after a tense moment, Solitaire carefully lifts up a tarot card and looks at it]

You speak the truth.
[there is another long and tense pause as Kananga glares at Solitaire then back at Bond with his back turned. Not reacting or even blinking, Kananga gesters a command to Tee-Hee who removes his metal claw from Mr. Bond's right hand and also removes his restraints. A relieved Bond stands up from his chair as Kananga, still quiet, tosses his wristwatch back to Bond who puts it back on]

James Bond:
Well, if there's nothing else I guess I've laid your fears to rest. My compliments on a splended operation. There is one thing however that...
[suddenly and without warning Tee-Hee knocks out Bond with his prosthetic metal arm. Whisper then walks in from another room]

Whisper, take him to the farm.
[Tee-Hee walks out and Whisper, picking up the unconscious Bond, leaves the room, leaving Kananga and Solitaire alone]

I want you to listen to me very carefully.
On the back of Mr. Bond's watch,
the registration number
Do I speak the truth?
You speak the truth.

Clip duration: 68 seconds
Views: 8
Movie: Live and Let Die
Year: 1973
Genres: action, adventure, thriller
Summary: James Bond is sent to stop a diabolically brilliant heroin magnate armed with a complex organisation and a reliable psychic tarot card reader.

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Kananga - Yaphet Kotto
Solitaire - Jane Seymour
James Bond - Roger Moore