In honor of the original Bond bombshell, Margaret Nolan, take a look back at the Bond Girls that stole 007’s heart, and sometimes his secrets.
Margaret Nolan played Bond’s masseuse Dink in 1964’s Goldfinger, but more iconically, she was painted gold for the film’s famous title sequence.
The first ever Bond Girl was played by Ursula Andress in 1962’s Dr. No. Honey Ryder emerged from the sea in a white bikini with a dagger strapped to her thigh to help the original Bond, Sean Connery, defeat Dr. No.
Honor Blackman’s Pussy Galore flies with Goldfinger in the 1964 film, until Bond flips her loyalty to the good guys.
Famke Janssen’s Soviet femme fatale seduced her victims and thoroughly enjoyed squeezing the life out of them with her thighs in 1995’s Goldeneye.
In 1983’s Never Say Never Again, Kim Bassinger plays Largo’s mistress before Sean Connery’s Bond gives her a massage that convinces her to help 007 take her lover down.
Tracy di Vicenzo
Dame Diana Rigg famously played Bond’s only wife in 1969’s On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, which would also end up to be George Lazenby’s only turn as 007. After thwarting Blofeld’s plans to hold the world ransom, Bond and Tracy marry in Portugal. As they drive off, Blofeld and his henchwoman kill Tracy in a drive by shooting.
Jill St. John steals Bond’s heart when she helps him take down Blofeld in 1971’s Diamond Are Forever.
Superhumanly strong Grace Jones died for love when psycho industrialist Max Zorin left May Day behind. She sacrificed herself to help Bond contain a blast in A View to a Kill.
KGB agent Anya Amasova goes toe-to-toe with 007 to complete her mission objectives, but ends up between the sheets with the rival spy, when they fall for each other in The Spy Who Loved Me.
Halle Berry portrays the NSA agent, who falls into bed with Pierce Brosnan’s Bond while hunting down rogue North Korean agent Zao in 2002’s Die Another Day.
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