Stacey Sutton is the love interest of James Bond from the James Bond film, A View to a Kill. She was the granddaughter of an oil tycoon in California before Max Zorin took over the company. James Bond discovered that Zorin was pumping sea water into oil wells to pollute the water and flood San Andreas. She and Bond decided to team up to stop Zorin from the destruction of Silicon Valley. The two decide to infiltrate of Zorin's mines. Zorin blows up the dam to drain the lake and flood the mine. Sutton escapes the rising waters. May Day helps Bond foil Sutton's plans by arranging the main explosive device out of the mine shaft. With his plan ruined, Zorin and his henchmen flee in an airship and capturing Sutton. Bond manages to follow Zorin by holding on the rope of the airship. Bond snags the airship on the Golden Gate Bridge. Sutton knocks out Scarpine and hangs on a metal wire on the bridge while Bond battles Zorin. Bond defeats Zorin and Zorin falls to the river and drowns to his death and Glaub awakens to avenge his boss's death by killing the two with an explosive, but Bond cuts the rope and Glaub loses the dynamite and gets confused as he and Scarpine both get killed in the explosion of the airship and Bond finally saves Sutton. By the end of the film, M, Q and Fredrick Gray use a camera to find where James Bond is in the Sutton household as Bond and Sutton are taking a shower together at Stacey's house.