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Kananga (Character)
from Live and Let Die (1973)

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Biography:
Kananga is Mister Big, the Bond Villain of "Live and Let Die". To the general public... See more »
Alternate Names:
Doctor Kananga / Mr. Big

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Feature:
  1. 007 - Hue Bond: Vive y Deja Chifar (2011) Played by Martín Farfán (as Doctor Kananga)

  2. Live and Let Die (1973) Played by Yaphet Kotto / Yaphet Kotto (as Mr. Big)
    ... aka "Ian Fleming's Live and Let Die" - UK (complete title), USA (complete title)

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Quotes:
From Live and Let Die (1973)
James Bond: Quite ingenious. A sort of junkies welfare system.
Kananga: Well, mainly until the number of addicts in the country has doubled, shall we say. Then I will begin to market that acreage that you blundered into the other day. That heroin will be very expensive, in deed. Later myself and the phone company will be the only the two going monopolies in this nation - for *years* to come.
James Bond: And I thought it was Solitaire that did the fortune telling.
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