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Desc:James Bond Goon Week continues with the two most adorable goons ever.
Category:Classic Movies, Crime
Tags:James Bond, Mr. Wint and Mr. Kidd, blatant gay subtext
Submitted:cognitivedissonance
Date:10/09/14
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Caminante Nocturno
Eeeh!
cognitivedissonance
The skinny one is Crispin Glover's dad.
Bort
And the other one is Bill Bailey.

BHWW
It is estimated at least 20 percent of American men during the 1970s fit into the sort of archetype that was represented in this film by Mr. Kidd = tall, paunchy guys with slouching posture, walrus moustaches, wispy long hair, bald heads, round wire-rim glasses, and leisure suits.
memedumpster
Archie was really disappointed when he went on to marry Gloria.

Sanest Man Alive
It's extra-neat that someone later made these guys villains in a kid's cartoon and managed to keep the gay subtext intact. And also gave them transforming mecha-chairs, because why the hell not.
Hooker
These two deserved a much better movie.
Jet Bin Fever
pfft, this movie is awesome!

Hooker
I love this movie, but I love Mr. Wint and Mr. Kidd more. Perhaps more importantly, though, they seem like they're taken from a movie with a completely different tone. You can see it in this clip, even. Bond exists in his post-Goldfinger, almost-slide-whistle-Roger-Moore goofiness while they seem like asort-of ethereal, horror-movie-ish archetypal characters. It's like mixing Douglas Adams with Haruki Murakami. I love both authors, but I wouldn't want one to edit the other's work.

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