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Celebrating the 50th anniversary of James Bond: Bond girl Famous through the decades

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of James Bond: Bond girl Famous through the decades

Here are a few snippets previous films:

                                 Ursula Andress as Honey Ryder in "Dr. No, '1 .962

James Bond has snagged a beautiful woman for half a century! It is 50 years since the first 007 edged to Honey Ryder on the beach in the 1962 movie, "Dr. No" Considered the original Bond girl, Honey Ryder (played by Ursula Andress) set the pace for his Bond ladies to come when he infamously emerge from Key water crab in a cream-colored crystals bikini. But while he may have been the first beautiful woman Bond, he's certainly not the last. From Honor Blackman as Pussy Galore to Halle Berry as Jinx, check out the long list of women in the life of 007.

                               Eunice Gayson as Sylvia Trench in 'From Russia with Love,' 1963

Technically, Sylvia Trench (Eunice Gayson) was the first female James Bond tease in "Dr. No" after meeting at a gambling club.
brunette beauty back for round two in the 1963 movie "From Russia with Love," but even he barely-there bikini can not keep Bond from receiving a picnic in the middle of their mission.

                         Lisa Guiraut as a belly dancer in 'From Russia with Love,' 1963

Bonds have an exotic flavor! At the beginning of "From Russia with Love," visited the British spy (played by Sean Connery at the time) a gypsy camp where he admired a beautiful belly dancer, played by Lisa Guiraut

                  Daniela Bianchi as Tatianna Romanova in "From Russia with Love, '1963

But the real Bond Girl in "From Russia with Love" is Tatianna Romanova (Daniela Bianchi), a Soviet corporal disabled after falling in love with a British spy suave. Hey, can you blame him?

                     Honor Blackman as Pussy Galore in "Goldfinger," 1964

With a name like Pussy Galore, it's no wonder this beautiful blond to be one of Bond's most famous woman. A personal pilot to the evil Goldfinger, he tried to take advantage of one of the weaknesses of Bond (female), but quickly found himself succumbing to the charm and has a change of heart regarding his employer. But he's not the only one impressive woman from "Goldfinger" ...

                         Shirley Eaton as Jill Masterson in "Goldfinger," 1964

Who could forget this iconic shot Jill Masterson, played by Shirly Eaton? Masterson met with a tragic fate after Goldfinger, Odd Job waiter who painted his whole body in gold paint, to strangle him.

                               Claudine Auger as Domino Derval in 'Thunderball,' 1965

One favorite pastime Bond? Seducing wicked girlfriend! In "Thunderball," amazing villain Emilio Largo's specter mistress Domino Derval frolics with agent (played by Sean Connery) in the warm waters of the Bahamas.


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