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Comic #1357

1 Dr No: {off screen} One million dollars, Mr Stud.
2 Stud: {turning around to face the mysterious voice} Hmm?
2 Dr No: You were wondering how much it cost.
3 Stud: As a matter of fact I was. Only that much though? Huh.
4 Dr No: This is 1962, Mr Stud! A million dollars is still a lot of money!

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I remember the first time I watched Dr No, I was suitably impressed that the mad doctor had spent a million dollars on a giant aquarium window in his dining room.

Nowadays I don't think that amount would cover it.

2016-04-30 Rerun commentary: This scene is also no doubt one of the main inspirations behind Dr Evil's line from Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery:

We get the warhead and we hold the world ransom for... one million dollars!

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