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‘The Three Blind Mice’ are the first Villains of Dr. No. Using the  guise of three blind men (hence the name) these assassins make their way  to the Queens Club where Commander Strangways, a British MI6 agent in  Jamaica, is playing cards.
As Strangways gets into his car ‘The  Three Blind Mice’ assassinate him. They travel to his house where they  proceed to kill his secretary, Miss Trueblood and steal Strangways’  files on Crab Key and Dr. No.
‘The Three Blind Mice’ re-appear a  short time later when Bond travels to meet Miss Taro. During a car chase  to force Bond off the road, his Sunbeam Alpine easily manages to  outmanoeuvre his pursuers hearse.
‘The Three Blind Mice’ are paid  assassins working for Dr. No. After Strangways informs Professor Dent of  his findings on Crab Key, Dent arranges for ‘The Three Blind Mice’ to  kill Strangways and his secretary Miss Trueblood. ‘The Three Blind Mice’  are killed when their plan to force Bond off the road backfires sending  them careering off a cliff to their death.

 from James Bond Multimedia

They never really make an attempt on Bond’s life. They’re waiting  outside of the Bond’s hotel in Jamaica, but as they’re preparing to  shoot Bond, a car drives by and they miss their chance. They also chase  Bond in their car, but that ends with Bond getting away and them getting  an introduction to the bottom of a ravine.
The Three Blind Mice are not mentioned in the film’s opening or end  credits. The name “Three Blind Mice”, comes from the song that plays in  the background when they are first introduced at the beginning of the  film.

 YouTube: Dr. NO - 3 Blind Mice

The opening scenes are in Kingston, Jamaica,  where the ‘three blind mice’ amble through Harbour  Street, downtown. John Strangway is gunned down by the ‘mice’ and  spirited away after a bridge game at the ‘Queens Club’, now the Liguanea Club, 80 Knutsford  Boulevard –  a private sports club and hotel, and also the home  of the Jamaican Squash Association.

from The  Worldwide Guides to Movie Locations
Three Blind Mice walked on Victoria (Crafts) Market
Eric Coverly (1st Beggar)
Charles Edghill (2nd Beggar)
Henry Lopez (3rd Beggar)
Adrian Robinson (Hearse Driver)

‘The Three Blind Mice’ are the first Villains of Dr. No. Using the guise of three blind men (hence the name) these assassins make their way to the Queens Club where Commander Strangways, a British MI6 agent in Jamaica, is playing cards.

As Strangways gets into his car ‘The Three Blind Mice’ assassinate him. They travel to his house where they proceed to kill his secretary, Miss Trueblood and steal Strangways’ files on Crab Key and Dr. No.

‘The Three Blind Mice’ re-appear a short time later when Bond travels to meet Miss Taro. During a car chase to force Bond off the road, his Sunbeam Alpine easily manages to outmanoeuvre his pursuers hearse.

‘The Three Blind Mice’ are paid assassins working for Dr. No. After Strangways informs Professor Dent of his findings on Crab Key, Dent arranges for ‘The Three Blind Mice’ to kill Strangways and his secretary Miss Trueblood. ‘The Three Blind Mice’ are killed when their plan to force Bond off the road backfires sending them careering off a cliff to their death.

from James Bond Multimedia

They never really make an attempt on Bond’s life. They’re waiting outside of the Bond’s hotel in Jamaica, but as they’re preparing to shoot Bond, a car drives by and they miss their chance. They also chase Bond in their car, but that ends with Bond getting away and them getting an introduction to the bottom of a ravine.

The Three Blind Mice are not mentioned in the film’s opening or end credits. The name “Three Blind Mice”, comes from the song that plays in the background when they are first introduced at the beginning of the film.

YouTube: Dr. NO - 3 Blind Mice

The opening scenes are in Kingston, Jamaica, where the ‘three blind mice’ amble through Harbour Street, downtown. John Strangway is gunned down by the ‘mice’ and spirited away after a bridge game at the ‘Queens Club’, now the Liguanea Club, 80 Knutsford Boulevard – a private sports club and hotel, and also the home of the Jamaican Squash Association.

from The Worldwide Guides to Movie Locations

Three Blind Mice walked on Victoria (Crafts) Market

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