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Kill Bond, now.
~ Blofeld's catchphrase.
You only live twice, Mr. Bond.
~ Ernst Stavro Blofeld to James Bond.

Ernst Stavro Blofeld is the main antagonist of the James Bond franchise.

An evil and knowledgeable criminal mastermind, Ernst Stavro Blofeld is the founder and head of the global terrorist organization SPECTRE with aspirations of world domination, and is behind numerous dastardly schemes and lesser villains, attempting to gain power and profit and dominion over the entire globe. He is the archenemy of James Bond.

Since his introduction, the character has been identified as one of the most iconic villains in film history. Blofeld is recognizable for enigmatically sitting in his chair masterminding plans and frequently petting his white Persian cat.

Roles

He is the main antagonist of Ian Fleming's novel series, serving as the overarching antagonist of the novel Thunderball and the main antagonist of the novels On Her Majesty's Secret Service and You Only Live Twice.

Blofeld is also the main antagonist of the classic film series. He serves as the unseen overarching antagonist of Dr. No, the overarching antagonist of From Russia with Love and Thunderball, the main antagonist of You Live Only Twice, On Her Majesty's Secret Service, and Diamonds Are Forever, and the opening antagonist of For Your Eyes Only.

He later reappears as the main antagonist of the rebooted series, serving as the unseen overarching antagonist of Casino Royale, Quantum of Solace and Skyfall, the main antagonist of Spectre and the overarching antagonist of No Time To Die.

Likewise, his organization SPECTRE serves as the titular main antagonist faction of the franchise.

Portrayals

Biography

EON Films

From Russia with Love

Blofeld makes his first anonymous appearance in From Russia with Love, on board his private yacht. His face remains unseen, but his hands and his signature white cat remain visible. There he meets with Rosa Klebb, SPECTRE agent number three, and as well as Number Five, the chess master Tov Kronsteen. He had developed a plan to play the Soviet Union off against the west via the theft of the new Lektor decoding device, which was being kept at the Russian embassy in Constantinople. The plan required an embassy worker to contact one of the western powers with a plan to steal the device. Klebb, who had until recently been a high ranking member of the Soviet agency SMERSH, was given the task of choosing the Russian, who would believe they were in fact working for SMERSH.

The plan was given a second purpose, revenge on James Bond for killing SPECTRE agent Dr. Julius No. The Russian dupe, Tatiana Romanova, was ordered by Klebb to contact the British secret service and act as if she had fallen in love with Bond from afar, offering to help him steal the Lektor. The plan was to be carried out, and the duo were shadowed by Red Grant, a SPECTRE assassin also selected by Klebb. However, the plan failed and Bond managed to kill Grant and make off with the Lektor. Blofeld then again called Kronsteen and Klebb before him, where the two respectively blamed the other one for the failure of the operation. Eventually, Blofeld had Kronsteen killed for failing to consider Bond's capabilities. Morzeny, one of Blofeld's henchmen, stabbed Kronsteen with a blade tipped in poison. While Kronsteen died, Blofeld only watched, commenting that one day SPECTRE would have to create a faster working venom. Blofeld then orders Klebb to personally kill Bond, though this too end up in failure as Klebb ends up being killed by Tatiana.

The film's end credits, relying on the novels, reveal his identity as "Ernst Blofeld", although a question mark stands in place of an actor's name.

Thunderball

Blofeld makes his second anonymous appearance in Thunderball. He is seen in SPECTRE's Paris lair, where he watches as Number Two, Emilio Largo, unveils his personal plan. It involved using plastic surgery, murder, and deceit to hijack a Vulcan bomber carrying two nuclear warheads and concealing the plane underwater near Largo's estate in Nassau, the Bahamas. SPECTRE would then threaten to detonate warheads over a major US city if they were not paid millions of dollars. However, the plan fell apart when Bond and an army of frogmen stopped Largo from launching the warheads and when Largo was killed by his mistress.

This film leaves the role uncredited, likely due to the character's much minor weight on the plot.

You Only Live Twice

Blofeld makes his next appearance as the main antagonist of You Only Live Twice. Apparently at his wits' end over the failed plots and deaths of Dr. No, Klebb, and Largo, Blofeld decided to operate his next plot personally. He set up his base in the crater of an inactive volcano on an island in Japan. He used this base to launch a rocket ship which had the ability to capture space capsules. Blofeld's intention was to capture both United States and Soviet capsules, getting the superpowers to blame each other. This was supposed to touch off a nuclear war, and in the ensuing chaos, both the U.S. and Soviet Union would fall, leaving SPECTRE to take control of the world. Bond, having faked his death, was sent to investigate.

Bond meets Blofeld face to face.

One of Blofeld's associate by the name of Osato recognizes Bond and orders his assistant by the name of Helga Brandt to kill him. However, the young woman allows herself to have sex with 007 before doing her job and finally fails in her duty. Blofeld shows his cruelty and kills her for her failure by sending her into his piranha tank where she is brutally devoured alive. Bond managed to infiltrate the volcano lair and tried to get on board the rocket, but a minute error caught Blofeld's attention, and he ordered Bond to be brought to him, instead sending a spare pilot into space. At this point, Blofeld reveals his face, name and plans to Bond, whom he intends to kill after he captures one more space capsule. However, Blofeld orders his henchman Hans to detonate the spaceship, to leave the US and the Soviets no chance but to go to war. When Bond asked Blofeld whether he could smoke a last cigarette Blofeld granted the agent the wish, stating that Bond would surely not die from smoking.

However, the cigarette hid a small explosive missile, which Bond aimed at one of his captors. He wrestled free from the other men holding him and managed to open the gate of the volcano base. Though Bond was immediately recaptured, the opening of the gate allowed the head of the Japanese secret service, Tiger Tanaka, and a special unit of ninjas, to infiltrate the base and to attack SPECTRE. Initially believing to be safe from the attackers, Blofeld soon realises that he needs to escape. He leaves the control room of the base with Osato and Bond, holding the latter at gunpoint. Blofeld opens a secret door, but shoots Osato, claiming that this is how SPECTRE rewards failure. Taking Bond with him, Blofeld arrives at the railway station he plans to escape with. There, he intends to shoot Bond but Tanaka throws a throwing star from below, causing Blofeld to drop his gun. However, he quickly steps back into the railway cart which drives off, separating Bond from Blofeld.

Arriving at an isolated part of the base, Blofeld activates the base's self destruct system before fleeing. Although Blofeld escaped, Bond managed to destroy the rocket remotely before it could capture more astronauts.

On Her Majesty's Secret Service

Blofeld would return as the main antagonist in On Her Majesty's Secret Service, where he had relocated himself to the treacherous Swiss Alps. Receiving plastic surgery as he had in the past to disguise his identity, he sought to have his noble heritage confirmed, so that he would become recognized as a Baron. He had opened a research clinic known as 'Piz Gloria', which dealt with all menagerie of allergies and illnesses, his business partner, the cold Irma Bunt standing by his side.

An elegant thug, this incarnation of Blofeld invited the interests of his sworn nemesis, James Bond, who discovered that he was seeking to confirm his aristocracy, and so went undercover as the Herald, Sir Hillary Bray, dispatched to spend time with the villain and to determine the authenticity of his claims for greatness. He learned that all of his patients were beautiful women, and fraternizing with a few, Bond discovered they were receiving psychedelic hypnosis as a cure, brainwashing them into believing they were better, besides more obvious physical remedies.

Swiftly discovered, Agent 007 found that these were Blofeld's 'Angels of Death', and that he was plotting to use them as plague carriers of a new germ agent he had been perfecting, 'Virus Omega', able to disintegrate all livestock and cereals, a threat he would tempt to bully and blackmail an unsuspecting globe. Giving them parting gifts in the form of make-up kits, these actually contained equipment that would allow him to communicate with the Angels of Death once they had returned to their homes everywhere, telling them how and when they would deploy his secret weapon which had also been concealed in the presents, but only if his demands weren't met. Blofeld used his hypnosis to ensure they would follow his instructions exactly.

The world was petrified by the megalomaniac's plot, but Bond refused to let him win and stormed his base with the help of his captured fiancée's father, a rival of Blofeld's, disguising themselves as a mercy flight for the Red Cross, their helicopters stormed Piz Gloria, and were able to destroy it, while Bond and Blofeld had a bobsled chase, ending with Ernst getting his neck clipped on a tree. On the day of Bond's wedding, a crippled Blofeld would have his revenge; he and Bunt killed Bond's wife, Tracy, in a drive-by shooting.

Diamonds Are Forever

Blofeld appears again as the main antagonist in Diamonds Are Forever, James Bond relentlessly searched for Blofeld to avenge his wife's demise at the end of On Her Majesty's Secret Service and found a facility where he was using plastic surgery to create duplicates of himself. Bond pushed one lookalike, whom he thought was the real Blofeld, into super-heated mud, killing him.

Blofeld posed as a billionaire named Willard Whyte, seeking out diamonds to power his laser satellite. His henchmen, Mr. Wint and Mr. Kidd, systematically killed diamond smugglers and stole their diamonds for Blofeld. When Bond entered the Whyte House to confront Whyte, he came face to face with Blofeld and a lookalike. This was the only other Blofeld double, since after the death of the first there were no more volunteers. Bond kicked Blofeld's white cat which one of the Blofelds caught, and Bond, thinking him to be the real Blofeld, shot him. However, both he and the cat turned out to be clones.

Blofeld knocked Bond out, and Wint and Kidd placed him in a pipeline to die. He escaped and posed as his henchman, Bert Saxby, and called Blofeld, finding out the real Whyte's location, but Blofeld kidnapped diamond smuggler Tiffany Case, who switched sides when she found out Blofeld was trying to kill her (and who Bond fell in love with).

With his laser satellite powered by diamonds, Blofeld destroyed nuclear weapons in the United States, China, and the Soviet Union, and proposed an international auction for global nuclear supremacy. However, Bond, Felix Leiter, and the CIA found Blofeld's base of operations, an oil rig, and attacked it. Blofeld attempted to escape in a submarine, but Bond took control of it and set it to repeatedly crash into the control room, destroying the base and satellite control. With Blofeld having seemingly perished in the base's destruction, SPECTRE was finally dismantled for good.

The Spy Who Loved Me

Blofeld was originally meant to be the film's main antagonist, but was eventually replaced by Karl Stromberg due to the decades-spanning copyright feud on Thunderball. It is unknown how he would have survived the ending of Diamonds Are Forever, had he actually appeared in the film.

For Your Eyes Only

During the pre-credits mini-adventure of For Your Eyes Only, a bald man with a white cat is seen wheelchair-bound, wanting revenge against Bond for destroying and shutting down all his major operations and dismantling SPECTRE, determining to finish him off by himself this time. When a helicopter was giving Bond (who was returning from a cemetery where he was visiting Tracy's grave) a ride, piloted by one of his men, the bald man electrocuted the pilot and controlled the helicopter with a console attached to his wheelchair. After toying with Bond, the bald man tried to crash the helicopter, but Bond regained control of the helicopter, picked up the bald man with the helicopter's landing skid while his cat ran off in fear. Bond then proceeds to drop the bald man down an industrial chimney, killing him. Even if he survived the fall, he would suffocate to death by the smoke.

It is assumed that this bald man is Blofeld, having become wheelchair-bound following the injuries he sustained in Diamonds Are Forever and still possessing his white cat. However, it is not clear whether or not this actually is him despite the clues that would suggest so, and simply adds more mystery to the real Blofeld's ultimate fate.

The film features a different antagonist in the main plot, and the bald man is not credited or identified by name due to the legal disputes over the Thunderball copyright, nor is his organisation. However, the comic book adaptation of the film created by Marvel Comics contains a more explicit clue to his identity as Blofeld in the form of his comment "I thought we should celebrate the tenth anniversary of our last meeting", referring to Bond and Blofeld's last feud in Diamond Are Forever, which was released 10 years before For Your Eyes Only.

Non-EON Films

Never Say Never Again

Max von Sydow as Blofeld in Never Say Never Again.

In the non-Eon remake of Thunderball, entitled Never Say Never Again, Blofeld serves as the overarching antagonist and is portrayed by the late Max von Sydow. Here, Blofeld is tall, thin, and bearded, with a European accent more in keeping with the character as presented in From Russia With Love and Thunderball.

In the film, Blofeld once serves as the head of SPECTRE, and has had one of his agents, Jack Petachi, undergo an operation on his right eye to make it match the retinal pattern of the US President, which he uses to circumvent iris recognition security at an American military base in England. While doing so, he has his lieutenant Maximillian Largo replace the dummy warheads in two cruise missiles with live nuclear warheads; SPECTRE then try to use the warheads to extort billions of dollars from NATO governments. However, Bond manages to foil the plot, and Largo is killed. SPECTRE's and Blofeld's fates after that remain unknown.

He is portrayed by the late Max von Sydow, who also portrayed Ming the Merciless in Flash Gordon, Lamar Burgess in Minority Report, Varden Reynard in Rush Hour 3, and Brewmeister Smith in Strange Brew.

Reboot Series

Main article: Ernst Stavro Blofeld (Reboot Series)

Personality

Ernst Stavro Blofeld was a selfish, greedy, heartless and power hungry sociopath, as well as an extremely calm and calculating criminal genius.

He was a master strategist who cared only about gaining profit or power, financing terrorism around the globe and regularly coming up with clever and extremely evil plans that would kill millions whilst ensuring him great gain. He was very clever as not only did he come up with effective plans to get what he wants, but he also managed to notice that Bond was in disguise as one of his Astronauts due to the mistake he made that no astronaut would have done. Blofeld's plots are among the most destructive of any of Bond's enemies, often potentially resulting in the deaths of millions. His greatest desire was total world domination and would enact many extremely heinous schemes in order to achieve this desire.

He headed SPECTRE with an iron fist and was very intolerant of failure, sentencing his underlings who failed him to gruesome deaths. Even his own underlings were deathly afraid of him.

Blofeld was vengeful and spiteful as shown by how he killed Bond's wife on their wedding day out of revenge.

Quotes

Thunderball

SPECTRE is a dedicated fraternity whose strength lies in the absolute integrity of its members.
~ Blofeld on SPECTRE.

You Only Live Twice

Extortion is my business.
~ Ernst Stavro Blofeld
This organization does not tolerate failure.
~ Blofeld before executing a Helga Brandt.
James Bond. Allow me to introduce myself. I am Ernst Stavro Blofeld. They told me you were assassinated in Hong Kong.
~ Blofeld introduces himself to James Bond.
As you can see, I am about to inaugurate a little war. In a matter of hours after America and Russia have annihilated each other. We shall see a new power dominating the world.
~ Blofeld explaining his plans.
The firing power inside my crater is enough to annihilate a small army. You can watch it all on TV. It's the last program you're likely to see.
~ Blofeld bragging on his base's firepower.
I shall look forward personally to exterminating you, Mr. Bond.
~ Blofeld to Bond.
We are now impregnable. Interception will take place in eight minutes. Nothing can prevent that.
~ Blofeld
Hans, our job will soon be done. Blow them up as soon as they have captured the Americans. Here is the key. To operate the exploder button...
~ Blofeld ordering Hans.
This is the price of failure, Mr. Bond.
~ Blofeld to Bond before killing Osato.
Goodbye, Mr. Bond!
~ Blofeld before attempting to kill James Bond.

Trivia

  • All Blofeld's interpretations through years.

    Blofeld inspired many villains, most notably Dr. Evil in Austin Powers. Dr. Evil bears a strong resemblance to Blofeld as portrayed by the late Donald Pleasence in You Only Live Twice, and has a cat named Mr. Bigglesworth (who later loses all his hair).
    • Other villains inspired by him include Dr. Claw (whose face is not seen in his first scene and has a white cat), and Giovanni (mainly his Anime appearance, whose face is also not seen until near the end of Season 1, his Persian acting as a counterpart to Blofeld's cat).
  • In the Alex Rider series the villain Julia Rothman comments that if real life was as black and white as films, she would be sitting in a chair with a white cat and a scar down her cheek, referencing Blofeld.
  • Blofeld is different in the novels; here, he is portrayed as a master of ninja combat, and he has a castle in Japan. As in the films, he kills Tracy, but Bond actually manages to avenge his wife by actually killing Blofeld by strangling him. He is also shown as being very flabby in Thunderball, as well as having an STD in On Her Majesty's Secret Service.
  • The late author, Ian Fleming, reportedly took the name from a casino member, and thought the name alone sounded evil. However, the name of the villain was also inspired by his classmate, the father of BBC cricket commentator Henry Blofeld, as mentioned by Henry in an interview with BBC Radio 4's Just a Minute programme.
  • Producer Harry Sullivan initially cast the Czech actor Jan Werich as Blofeld in You Only Live Twice, though producer Albert R. Broccoli and director Lewis Sullivan considered him a poor choice, calling him a "poor, benevolent Santa Claus". He was subsequently replaced by Donald Pleasence, though some of Werich's scenes were still used in the film (scenes where Blofeld is shown with a full head of hair before his face is revealed).
  • Blofeld has many different appearances and voices due to being portrayed by different actors. Although his face is not seen in From Russia with Love, he is depicted with slick dark hair. His head is never seen in Thunderball, and he is bald with a scar on his face in You Only Live Twice, with a higher voice. His voice becomes deeper again in On Her Majesty's Secret Service, talking a different way, and he loses his scar. He has white hair in Diamonds Are Forever. His face is never seen in For Your Eyes Only, but his appearance and voice are similar to You Only Live Twice's.
  • Due to his record number of appearances as a villain within the Bond series (seven in the mainstream series, eight if you include Never Say Never Again), the murder of Bond's wife and their unparalleled level of personal rivalry, Blofeld is widely accepted by fans as 007's archenemy.

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Fletcher | Robert "Bob" Patchett | Patrick Channing | Fred Frenger Junior | Dr. Juliette Faxx | Nuke Cult (Cain/RoboCop 2, Angie & Hob) | Elliot Marston | Sergeant Bauer | Pawnee | Corporal Spivey | Corporal Edwards | Major Grace | Annie Wilkes | Dennis Brown | Ray Brown | Luther | James | Saladene | Skeet | Buffalo Bill | Hannibal Lecter | Paul Krendler | Harlan Puckett | Chuck De Nomolos | Evil Bill & Ted | Abigail Craven | Tully Alford | Witch | George Stark | CEO | Urban Rehabilitators (Paul McDaggett, Ōtomo & Kanemitsu) | Don John | Borachio | Ryan Gaerity | Ra | Anubis Guard | Horus Guards | Mosquitos | The Cat | Kesslee | Archibald Cunningham | Killearn | Andrew Carver | Janus Syndicate (Alec Trevelyan, Xenia Onatopp, Arkady Ourumov & Boris Grishenko) | Dawg Brown | Ernie McCraken | Mr. Buttinger | Frank DiVinci | Carver Media Group Network (Elliot Carver, Stamper, Henry Gupta, Captain Scott, Stealth Ship Crew, Dr. Kaufman, General Chang, Timblin, Satoshi Isagura, Jeff Hobbs, Philip Jones, Tom Wallace, Mary Golson, Beth Davidson & Tamara Steel) | King Louis XIV | Tall Man | Rachel Lang | King Industries (Elektra King, Renard, Gabor, Sasha Davidov, Mr. Bullion, Giulietta da Vinci, Mikhail Arkov, Trukhin & Lachaise) | Mason Verger | Rinaldo Pazzi | Cordell Doemling | Creeper | Graves Corporation (Gustav Graves, Miranda Frost, Zao, Vladmir Popov, Mr. Kil, Dr. Alvarez, General Han, General Li, General Dong & Van Bierk) | Dr. Brinkman | François Molay | Lucy Diamond | Victor Diaz | Georges Rutaganda | Gregoire | John Ketcham | Mirror Queen | General Vavarin Delatombe | Dorothy Macha | French Paul | The Rabbi | Nana Mae Frost | Baron von Westphalen | Herod Sayle | Mr. Grin | Nadia Vole | Quantum (Mr. White, Steven Obanno, Alex Dimitrios, Adolph Gettler, Dryden, Valenka, Kratt, Mollaka Danso, Carlos Nikolic, Leo & Fisher) | Emperor Maltazard | Ernest Davido | Darkos | Billy | Agnes Lenz | Kyle Autry | Mrs. Lenz | Beauregard Rice | Vladis Grutas | Grutas' Group (Petras Kolnas, Zigmas Milko, Enrikas Dortlich, Bronys Grentz & Kazys Porvik) | Paul Momund | Dieter | Water Street Butcher | Michael Myers | Kendall Jacks | Noel Kluggs | Ronnie White | Steven Haley | Wesley Rhoades | Mrs. Carmody | The Mist | Samantha Tunnell | Hourglass | Lance Landers | Greene Planet (Dominic Greene, Elvis & Edmund Slate) | General Medrano | Colonel Carlos | Gregg Beam | Lieutenant Orso | Craig Mitchell | Yusef Kabira | Guy Haines | Marchetti Pilot | Gregor Karakov | Moishe Soref | The Tornado | Daniel "Danny" Rivers | Onigen | Noel Winters | Stretch | Sid Rourke | Ms. Cipher | Sander Sanderson | Shane | Stephanie | Spectre (Raoul Silva, Patrice, Severine & Boat Captain) | Trolls | Saruman | Gollum | Goblins (Great Goblin) | Azog | Bolg | Orcs (Yazneg & Torturer of Dol Guldur) | Smaug | Sauron | Nazgûl (Witch-king of Angmar) | Master of Laketown | OmniCorp (Raymond Sellars, Rick Mattox, Tom Pope & Liz Kline) | Antoine Vallon | Karen Dean | Thomas King | Lord Cotys | General Sitacles | King Eurystheus | Deputy Foster | Corey Holland | The Phantom Killer | Kirk | Eve Rafael | Tyler Harne | Deputy Stack | Emilio | Ernst Stavro Blofeld | Max Denbigh | Mr. Hinx | Marco Sciarra | Moreau | Dr. Vogel | Guerra | Abrika | Marshall | Valerian | Lorenzo | Gallo | Francesco and Marco | Rachel Hennie | Bartholomew Bogue | McCann | Denali | The Voice | Barry Norris | Claire Shannon | Music Box | Darcie Chapman | Arthur Savage | Amber Altmyer | Misty Altmyer | The Duchess | Edward Scarka | Daniel | Lincoln Burgess | Hyde | Mo | Chucky (2019) | Evil Dolls | Larissa Good | Holda | Lyutsifer Safin | Valdo Obruchev | Logan Ash | Primo | Patrizia Reggiani

Direct-To-Video Features
Barnaby Crookedman | Martin Brisby | Dr. Valentine | Muriel and Floyd | Belladonna | Injurin' Joe | Owl

Animated Television
Blue Aardvark | The Grinch | Sour Kangaroo | Vlad Vladikoff | The Wickersham Brothers | The Scrambler | Giant Squid | Captain Nemo

Live-Action Television
Lorne Malvo | Mr. Wrench | Mr. Numbers | Lester Nygaard | Sam Hess | Hanzee Dent | Dodd Gerhardt | Floyd Gerhardt | Bear Gerhardt | Mike Milligan | Joe Bulo | Kitchen Brothers | V.M. Varga | Yuri Gurka | Meemo | Ruby Goldfarb | Nikki Swango | Ray Stussy | Josto Fadda | Loy Cannon | Oraetta Mayflower | Gaetano Fadda | Constant Calamita | Odis Weff | Antoon Dumini | Ebal Violante | Donatello Fadda | Yiddles Milligan | Bone Machine | Anubis | Sokar | Adria | Apophis | Serpent Guard | Replicators | Ba'al

Video Games
Adrian Malprave | Nigel Bloch | Rafael Drake | Kiko Hayashi | Armitage Rook | Ninja | Nikolai Diavolo | Katya Nadanova | Arkady Yayakov

Shorts
Tom | Jerry | Spike | Butch | The Little Man

See Also
007 Villains | 20th Century Studios Villains | A. Film Production Villains | Alvin and the Chipmunks Villains | Blumhouse Productions Villains | Cannibal Holocaust Villains | Child's Play Villains | Cowboy Bebop Villains | Dollars Trilogy Villains | EuropaCorp Villains | Fargo Villains | Farrelly Brothers Villains | Giallo Villains | Hannibal Villains | Killer Klowns from Outer Space Villains | Laika Villains | Luc Besson Villains | Middle-Earth Villains | Nepenthe Villains | Oz Villains | Pannonia Film Studio Villains | Pink Panther Villains | Ralph Bakshi Villains | Rambo Villains | Rankin/Bass Villains | Ridley Scott Villains | RoboCop Villains | Rocky Villains | Salo Villains | Sherlock Holmes Villains | Sony Pictures Villains | Stephen King Villains | Syfy Villains | The Addams Family Villains | Tom and Jerry Villains | Village Roadshow Pictures Villains | Warner Bros. Villains

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