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Find answers for the crossword clue: Austin Powers series villain. We have 1 answer for this clue. By the 90's Tommy's music had become a stable of countless movie soundtracks, including the blockbusters Forrest Gump and the Austin Power series, and moving into the 21st century he has been busier than ever performing to sell out crowds across the country and working on a number of new projects. He recently signed with Sony BMG for the release of his "Live at the Bitter End" CD and DVD; has formed his own record company AURA RECORDS to promote both his classic and new material; and scored three top five AC hits from his studio album HOLD THE FIRE. He is also working on his autobiography: CRIMSON & CLOVER, is producing a 40-year retrospective CD package, and in 2008 will release an anticipated Christmas album, with a new single, IT'S CHRISTMAS AGAIN, featuring the original Shondells: Mike Vale, Eddie Gray, and Ronnie Rossman.


And so Number 1 is finally revealed. I chose not to look him up on the Internet prior to his revelation, but I somehow learned that he would be unveiled in this movie. And indeed he is. That ruined the surprise, but it was still a cool moment, seeing the man so determined to kill Bond. Immediately I saw where the inspiration for Dr. Evil had come from (I already guessed when I noticed Number 1 pets a cat the same way Dr. Evil does, but the resemblance was a bit more striking than I had guessed). Donald Pleasance has quite an evil stare, a stare only made creepier with his scar twisting the shape of his eye socket. He's certainly an effective villain, and about the best one the Austin Power series could have based Dr. Evil on.

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