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Jaws is one of the most popular James Bond henchmen and a recurring character in the James Bond video games. He is a highly skilled killer relying on his brute strength and steel teeth to quickly dispatch Jaws Of Insanity - Headlock - It Found Me victims.
When Horror speaks, he reveals steel-capped teeth. The initial script of The Spy Who Loved Me concluded with Jaws being killed by the shark, but after a Huoli Ja Ikävä - Transkaakko - Kulo test screening, Jaws was so well-liked that the scene was changed to have him survive. In the storyboard of the sequence from MoonrakerJaws appears with an Emilio Largo -style eye patch, and a mustache, neither of which was seen in the actual films in which the character appeared.
The character's teeth play a prominent role in the films. Albert R. Katharina Kubrick Hobbs designed the teeth as cog-like in shape, as he felt that pointed teeth could have injured Kiel. Broccoli then sent Kiel to Peter Thomas, a dental technician who worked near Pinewood Studios to construct the appliances.
Kiel stated the props were uncomfortable for him and he could only wear them for less than one minute before gagging. He was an assassin employed by Karl Strombergand is last seen swimming in the ocean after escaping from the Atlantis city ship on which Bond had killed Stromberg before it was torpedoed and sunk. In the next film, MoonrakerJaws is employed by both Bond's unspecified enemy in the pre-credits sequence, and the main villain Hugo Drax.
Jaws is evidently well known amongst criminals, as Drax is pleased to learn that Jaws is available to hire. In his second appearance Jaws changed from a ruthless and unstoppable killing machine to more of a comedic figure commencing with the cable car sequence and he eventually turns against Drax and helps Bond to defeat him.
In addition to having steel teeth, Jaws was also gigantic and extremely strong, which forced Bond to be especially inventive while fighting him. In combat during The Spy Who Loved MeBond found himself caught in an unbreakable death grip by Jaws, who was about to fatally bite him; Bond only escaped by using a broken electric lamp to send an electric shock through the assassin's teeth to stun him. In Moonraker he gains a girlfriend Dolly who, like Jaws, seems to almost never speak she says nothing audible in the film and who is the primary reason for his reformation.
Jaws also has an uncanny ability to survive any misfortune seemingly unscathed and come back to challenge Bond again. In The Spy Who Loved MeJaws survives an Egyptian structure's collapse on top of him, being hit by a van, being thrown from a rapidly moving train, sitting in the passenger seat of a car which veers off a cliff in Sardinia and lands in a hut below to the owner's dismaya battle underwater with a shark and the destruction of Stromberg's lair.
In Moonrakerhe survives falling several thousand feet after accidentally disabling his own parachute he falls through a circus tent and lands in the trapeze neta crash through a building inside a runaway cable car where he meets Dolly and going over Iguazu Falls. After each of these incidents except the lasthe always picks himself up, dusts off his jacket, straightens his tie and nonchalantly Jaws Of Insanity - Headlock - It Found Me away.
At the end of the Placebo - Black Market Music, Jaws escapes from Drax's disintegrating space station Bendita tierra canaria - nuestra españa - antologia folklorica an escape pod with his girlfriend; they open Titel 41 - Johannes Steck liest Simon Beckett - Verwesung bottle of champagne, and Jaws speaks Jaws Of Insanity - Headlock - It Found Me only line in the entire franchise: "Well, here's to us.
In there were plans to bring Jaws back Qua Per Di Qua - SULUTUMANa - La Storia Cominciò a third film. In Wood's version, Jaws' real name is Zbigniew Krycsiwiki. The relationship and subsequent marriage had been a stormy one and, when it broke up, the young Zbigniew stayed with his mother and attended school and subsequently university in Cracow.
He grew to a prodigious height but in temperament he followed his father and was surly and uncooperative, given to sudden outbreaks of violent temper. Because of his size he commanded a place in the university basketball team, but he was sluggish of reaction and his lack of speed was constantly exposed by more skilful but less physically endowed players.
After a failed attempt at a basketball career, Krycsiwiki was arrested by the secret police for having taken part in the fictitious " bread riots". While he was imprisoned, the police "beat him with hollow steel clubs encased in thick leather" until they thought he was dead, leaving his jaw broken beyond repair.
Krycsiwiki later Jaws Of Insanity - Headlock - It Found Me and stowed aboard one of Stromberg's vessels. Eventually he was caught, but instead of turning him in, Stromberg hired a prestigious doctor to create an artificial jaw. After 14 operations Krycsiwiki's jaw was restored using steel components that created two rows of terrifying razor-sharp teeth, although Jaws was left mute.
Since none of the above is actually mentioned in either movie, this is not necessarily considered canonicaland Wood contradicts his own continuity when one compares his scripts and his novelisations. However, though Jaws remains mute in Wood's James Bond and Moonraker novelisation, he actually does speak at the end of the film.
In the book, Jaws remains attached to the magnet that Bond dips Jaws Of Insanity - Headlock - It Found Me the tank, as opposed to the film where Bond releases Jaws from the magnet into the water: "Now both hands were tearing at the magnet, and Jaws twisted furiously like a fish on the hook.
As Bond watched in fascinated horror, a relentless triangle streaked up behind the stricken giant. A huge gray force launched itself through the wild water, and two rows of white teeth closed around the threshing flesh. Jaws appeared in the s animated spin-off James Bond Jr. In the show, Jaws underwent some change in his appearance; he was more muscular, his chin was also metal, and he spoke regularly.
Jaws' principal video game appearances are in the Nintendo 64 game GoldenEye in a bonus mission in which he is a henchman to the deceased Hugo Drax whom Bond needs to defeat, and has multiple appearances in the multi-platform game Everything or Nothing as a henchman to Nikolai Diavolo.
Both games use Richard Kiel's likeness and voice grunts and sound effects. In Everything or NothingJaws is electrocuted and is inside a train that plummets into a canyon.
Later he drives a tanker intending to destroy the New Orleans levees, but Bond destroys his tanker by sending it off of the Lake Pontchartrain Causeway ; Bond exclaiming, "I have a sinking feeling that won't be the last I'll see of him".
In a fight on a large lift, in which Jaws is equipped with a flamethrower, Bond shoots the flamethrower backpack which ignites Jaws. Bond then climbs into the cockpit of a plane and ejects his seat as the lift plummets to the Jaws Of Insanity - Headlock - It Found Me . When Bond subsequently lands on the remains of the lift, Jaws is nowhere to be found, leaving his fate ambiguous.
He can not be hurt himself, and any players that try to hurt him will be killed almost immediately by him. Jaws is an unlockable multiplayer character in GoldenEye as well as in Nightfirewhere he is the tallest character in the game, his punches can kill almost instantly, and the character model's teeth are visible at close range.
Jaws is a playable multiplayer character in the remake GoldenEye for the Wiiand in the re-release GoldenEye Reloaded for the PlayStation 3 and Xbox He is also in the James Bond game Legends.
He also serves as the game's final boss. Jaws also appears in the Game Boy game James Bond as a boss, where Bond must lead him to magnetized pads that will temporarily hold him in place, allowing time for Bond Jaws Of Insanity - Headlock - It Found Me attack him. Jaws was spoofed in Mel Brooks ' film High Anxietyfeaturing a hired killer named Braces played by Rudy De Luca who is wearing large metal braces on his teeth.
The film Get Smartwhich is both a parody of and an homage to the James Bond film seriesfeatures a character named Dalip played by The Great Khaliwho looks like Jaws and does his Moonraker stunt of falling from the sky without a parachute and surviving; he also helps the film's protagonists in the end.
Jaws makes a cameo appearance in the animated series Jackie Chan Adventures episode "Tough Luck"where he auditions as a prospective henchman for Finn and gets his steel teeth which are revealed to be dentures stuck in a board he bites into. In the final credits sequence of the film adaptation of Inspector GadgetDoctor Claw 's assistant is shown attending a Henchman's Anonymous meeting; Richard Kiel, who is billed in the credits as "Famous Big Guy with Metal Teeth", is in attendance.
Kiel also played Reace, a very similar character to Jaws complete with metal teethin the film Silver Streak. The film also features an actor who resembles the character Oddjobanother James Bond villain. MythBusters tested the plausibility of Jaws biting through the steel cable car wire. The model based on the dentures used in Quasimodo - Deterioration - Suck Brick (Lathe Cut, Album) movie had little impact on the steel cable, even with a hydraulic press at ten times human bite strength.
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