Judy Havelock

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Judy Havelock is a fictional character in the James Bond short story "For Your Eyes Only" that is included in the eponymous anthology written by Ian Fleming.

Havelock was featured in the 1981 film adaptation of the story, but her name was changed to Melina Havelock. She was played by French actress Carole Bouquet.

Short story biography

Judy Havelock is the daughter of Colonel Timothy Havelock (Ret.) and Mrs. Havelock, who are assassinated at the behest of Herr von Hammerstein by Major Gonzales because they refused to sell their Jamaican property. M, a family friend, asks Bond to go to Vermont where von Hammerstein and his men are hiding. There, Bond runs into Judy Havelock, who is there to personally kill von Hammerstein. Armed with a crossbow, Judy kills von Hammerstein from 100 yards by shooting him in the back at the exact moment he dives into a pool.

Film biography

In the film, Melina Havelock is half Greek, half British. She is the only daughter of Iona and Sir Timothy Havelock, two marine salvage operators who do contract work for the British Secret Service. Their mission takes them to the coast of Albania and Greece to look for a sunken British spy ship that holds a piece of equipment known as ATAC (Automatic Targeting and Attack Communicator). Melina comes to visit them, transported via seaplane by Hector Gonzalez, secretly a Cuban hitman. She is witness to her parents' brutal assassination by Gonzales, who shoots them dead on their yacht from the air...
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