|Jafar says: Read my lips and come to grips with the reality!|
|“||You'll be sorry! You'll all be sorry, you rats!||„|
|~ Chung threatening Bond, Leiter, and Quirrel|
Annabel Chung is a minor antagonist from the 1958 James Bond novel Dr. No and its 1962 film adaptation. She is a henchwoman in the employ of Dr. Julius No, whom he sends to spy on Bond and take photographs.
She was portrayed by Marguerite LeWars.
Dr. No employs the Photographer (whom Bond nicknames "Freelance") to tail Bond and spy on him. He first encounters her at the airport, where she snaps a photo of him. And later at dinner he spots her again. This time he has Quarrel bring her over where he tries to get information out of her. While being interrogated, she lies that she was sent by the Daily Gleaner before admitting she was working freelance. With her arm nearly broken, she still scratches part of Quarrel's head barely. As she leaves, the photographer swears to Bond's party they would be sorry for their actions and leaves, never to trouble Bond again. It is unknown what to Annabel afterwards.
- She is the first female villain to appear in the James Bond franchise.