Ernst Stavro Blofeld is a fictional character and a supervillain from the James Bond series of novels and films, who was created by Ian Fleming and Kevin McClory. An evil genius with aspirations of world domination, he is the archenemy of the British Secret Service agent James Bond and is head of the global criminal organisation SPECTRE. He was played on screen by Charles Gray in the 1971 film Diamonds Are Forever.
Live And Let Die (1973): When the world thought Sean Connery was the ultimate James Bond, the handsome square jawed Roger Moore entered the circuit and proved everyone wrong. In this 1973 eighth James Bond flick, Bond investigates the death of three fellow agents, fights the drug mafia Mr. Big, and meets the beautiful tarot reader, Solitaire. What entails is the usual Bond drama, the villain's henchmen chasing Bond and as he manages to escape without a scar.
In the movie Blofeld first spotted on location of Rome during grand meetings of Spectre agents, but his clear appearance seen when Bond along with the leading lady Madeline Swann reached to the headquarters of Spectre in Morocco. Waltz’s Blofeld had worn navy blue modern navy coat detailing mandarin collar (paying reference to Telly Savalas’s Blofeld costume), single button just below the collar, two jetted pockets at waist, and open hem cuffs.