In one of the more spectacular innuendos in James Bond history, Sean Connery, in 1964's Goldfinger, awakens to find Honor Blackman watching him.
Connery: Who are you?
Blackman: My name is Pussy Galore.
(A truly stunning series of smirks rapidly cross Connery's face, threatening to escape containment, but wit prevails.)
Connery: I must be dreaming.
A decade later in The Wind and the Lion Sean Connery plays the Raizuli, a Berber Chieftain who has abducted an American woman, Mrs Pedecaris, played by Candice Bergen. As they ride through the desert, she asks him his name:
Bergen: There is just one thing I would like to ask you. What is your first name?
Connery: My first name?
Bergen: Your Christian name, I mean, the name that precedes all your other names.
Connery: My first name, my Christian name. I am Muli Ahmed Muhammad Raizuli the Magnificent, Lord of the Rift.
Bergen: Muli, Muli. That is a nice name.
Bergen: Muli ... I am Eden, Muli.
His heads whips around. He looks at her.
Connery: Eden ... Of course.
A bemused smile crosses his face as he rides away from her.