Goldfinger - The Odd-Job Man Summary & Analysis

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The Odd-Job Man Summary

Goldfinger returns and tells Bond a lie about the business that he was supposedly called way on. They chat for a short while, and then Goldfinger excuses himself to go upstairs to wash for dinner. Bond imagines his steps as he discovers the spoiled film in the bedroom. After a short while, Goldfinger comes back down the stairs carrying the cat. He rings a bell, and then Goldfinger asks Bond if he likes cats and Bond responds that he does.

The Korean chauffeur enters the room in response to the bell. Goldfinger introduces him to Bond as his handyman, called Oddjob. Goldfinger tells Oddjob to show Bond his hands. Oddjob holds them out and Bond notes that they are large and muscular and seemingly covered with thick, bony skin. Goldfinger tells Bond he will give him a demonstration, and...

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