Oddjob played by Harold Sakata is the fourth Villain of Goldfinger. Oddjob's silhouette is seen when Jill Masterson is covered in gold paint at the Miami hotel Bond is staying at.
When Bond plays golf with Auric Goldfinger he is confronted by Oddjob serving as Goldfinger's caddy. Henchman to Goldfinger, Oddjob helps him cheat at golf when Goldfinger loses his golf ball. Goldfinger tries to persuade Bond to stay out of his affairs by telling Oddjob to provide a demonstration. Oddjob then proceeds to throw his Metal Rimmed Hat at a stone statue cutting off it's head.
At the end of the car chase trying to elude Goldfinger's henchmen with Tilly Masterson, Bond tells Tilly to run for cover into some trees. Oddjob however gets out of one of the cars and throws his hat at Tilly killing her.
Oddjob kills Mr Solo later in the film more simply, by using a gun. After Goldfinger tells Oddjob to take him to the airport, Oddjob misses the turning and drives down a deserted road where he shoots Mr Solo.
Bond and Oddjob fight each other whilst they are trapped inside the vault of Fort Knox. Unable to cause Oddjob any pain, Bond manages to get hold of Oddjob's hat. After throwing the hat at some bars missing Oddjob, Bond uses a stray live electric cable to electrocute Oddjob when he touches his hat.
A stocky oriental muscle man, Oddjob does not speak one word throughout the whole of Goldfinger, but he doesn't need to. Oddjob's physical presence and role in Goldfinger make him one of the most famous henchmen in the Bond series.
Oddjob's physical presence and strength meant he was completely invulnerable to Bond's attacks in the vault of Fort Knox. Hit repeatedly in the stomach and in the face with wooden bars, Oddjob continues regardless. Bond suffers by being thrown around and beaten up by Oddjob.
A fanatically loyal servant of Goldfinger, Oddjob dressed in a traditional manservant's uniform travels with Goldfinger wherever he goes. As well as performing jobs like a golf caddy, chauffeur and bodyguard, Oddjob is a silent murderer using his hat and his karate skills to disable his opponent.
Harold Sakata's on-screen persona could not be further from the reality of the real man. A kind, gently spoken man Harold Sakata was a professional wrestler before entering the world of acting. Sakata liked his role of Oddjob so much that he appeared in a number of programmes and shows in his Oddjob character. §