Goldfinger - Hoods' Congress Summary & Analysis

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Hoods' Congress Summary

Bond remarks humorously that robbing Fort Knox seems like a big job for just the three of them. Goldfinger is not amused, and replies that he will have around one hundred people recruited from the best gangsters in the United States. Bond begins to ask for more details of the plot, but Goldfinger stops him. He tells him his questions will be answered later at a meeting at two-thirty that afternoon, when Goldfinger will present his plan to the heads of the six greatest mobs in the country. Bond and Masterton are to be present.

Goldfinger leaves the room and Bond goes to speak with Masterton. She is cold to him, and tells him she expects him to get them out of their situation. Bond encourages her to eat something and orders breakfast for her from Oddjob. Bond returns to her...

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