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Plenty O'Toole
Character from the James Bond franchise
Lana Wood as Plenty O'Toole in Diamonds Are Forever.
Portrayed by Lana Wood

Plenty O'Toole is a fictional character from the film version of Ian Fleming's James Bond novel Diamonds Are Forever (Plenty is a creation for the film and is not in the novel). She was portrayed by Lana Wood, younger sister of Natalie Wood.

The shapely, dark haired, dark eyed Plenty O'Toole enhances her beauty with a low cut purple satin dress that emphasizes her cleavage. When the audience first sees her, she is at a craps table in Las Vegas and the man she is with is broke. He asks her back to his place, but she tells him off and walks away. Her attention is called back to the table by James Bond, played by Sean Connery. She is impressed by his gambling skills and latches herself onto his arm. Bond uncharacteristically tries to send her away, but she proves quite difficult to ditch.

In a scene deleted from the theatrical film but now available on DVD, Plenty and Bond share a dinner together and she invites herself to his hotel room.

Plenty accompanies Bond to his apartment and kisses him out of the blue. Bond responds by undressing her — unzipping her purple satin dress, stripping her down to her necklace, her purple high heels and her transparent pink panties. Now almost completely naked, and anticipating a night of passion, Plenty excuses herself to her bedroom, only to discover several thugs there. The nearly naked Plenty, sans necklace, is forced out of the apartment by the "pervert convention" and is thrown out the window, landing in the pool and surviving the fall.

In a deleted scene, she went back to Bond's room, wearing nothing but a white towel, to discover him with Tiffany Case. She then looks through Tiffany's purse and discovers where Tiffany is staying.

In a later scene, Bond finds Plenty in Tiffany's pool, drowned by Blofeld's henchmen Mister Wint and Mister Kidd, having been mistaken for Tiffany. The drowning itself is not seen in the movie.

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