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James Bond Girls: Part 1


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Honoring amazing ladies featured in the franchise over the years.
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Honey Ryder (Ursula Andress)

Honey Ryder is a fictional shell-diver and love interest of James Bond who appeared in EON Productions' 1962 James Bond film Dr. No. The character is a cinematic adaptation of the character Honeychile Rider, who first appeared in Ian Fleming's 1958 novel of the same name and was subsequently re-imagined for the 2015 mobile game James Bond: World of Espionage. The character was portrayed by Swiss actress Ursula Andress but was voiced by Nikki van der Zyl. Having drawn a link between the...
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Sylvia Trench

Sylvia Trench is a recurring love interest of James Bond. She appeared in the first two official James Bond films, Dr. No (1962) and From Russia with Love (1963), portrayed by the late British actress Eunice Gayson. As with many female characters in the firsts films, she was dubbed by Nikki van der Zyl. At the classy Le Cercle casino in London, James Bond plays Baccarat with a crowd of people. Sylvia sits across the table. It should be noted that Trench can be credited with giving the...
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Miss Taro (Zena Marshall)

Miss Taro is a fictional character and henchman who is a supporting antagonist in EON Productions' 1962 film Dr. No. She is the secretary to Pleydell Smith (the Chief Secretary of the colonial government in Jamaica) and an informant working for the main antagonist, Dr. Julius No. While she provides an important, but small role in the novel, in the film her role in the story was expanded significantly. She was portrayed by the late British actress Zena Marshall and would to be re-imagined for...
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Tatiana Romanova (Daniela Bianchi)

Tatiana "Tania" Romanova (Russian: Татьяна Романова) is a fictional Soviet army corporal who acts as a bait in a plot to exact revenge on James Bond. Portrayed by Italian actress Daniela Bianchi and voiced by British actress Barbara Jefford, Tatiana was based on the the character of the same name from Ian Fleming's 1957 novel From Russia with Love. She serves as the main Bond Girl from the 1963 film of the same name. The character would later be re-imagined for Electronic Arts' 2005 video...
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Zora (Martine Beswick)

Zora was one of two fictional gypsy girls fighting for the love of the chief's son. She appeared in the 1963 James Bond film From Russia with Love and was portrayed by actress Martine Beswick, who would return to the 007 franchise several years later as Paula Caplan in Thunderball. Zora and Vida are in love in the same man, the chief's son.
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Vida (Aliza Gur)

Vida is a gypsy girl in the 1963 film From Russia with LoveFrom Russia with Love. Vida and Zora are in love in the same man, the chief's son. To decide who will ultimately win his hand, the pair engage in a hand-to-hand fight to the death. After an intense struggle, Vida gains the upper hand and, pinning Zora down, prepares to bludgeon her rival with a wine bottle. However, the fight is mercifully interrupted when Krilencu, a killer of SMERSH and his men, who intend to kill Kerim Bey. During...
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Pussy Galore (Honor Blackman)

Pussy Galore is a fictional pilot who appeared in EON Productions' 1964 James Bond film Goldfinger, portrayed by British actress Honor Blackman. The character is a cinematic adaptation of the literary character, who first appeared in Ian Fleming's 1958 novel Goldfinger. Pussy Galore subsequently appeared in the video games GoldenEye: Rogue Agent (2004) and 007 Legends (2012) with Blackman's likeness and voiced by Jeannie Elias and Natasha Little respectively. Pussy Galore is the personal...
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Jill Masterson (Shirley Eaton)

Jill Masterton is the secondary Bond girl in Ian Fleming's James Bond novel Goldfinger. For the film adaptation, both she and her sister Tilly had their surname changed to Masterson. Jill Masterson was played by Shirley Eaton. Jill Masterson unwittingly got herself involved with the obsessive and pathological criminal, Auric Goldfinger. She quickly became his kept lady and helped him win at cards and to be "seen" with him. She can see Goldfinger's opponent’s cards through her high-powered...
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Tilly Masterson (Tania Mallet)

Tilly Masterson was the fictional vengeful sister of Jill Masterson, the late secretary and victim of Auric Goldfinger. Based on the literary character Tilly Masterton, who first appeared in the 1959 Ian Fleming novel Goldfinger, she was portrayed by the late Tania Mallet in its 1964 film adaptation of the same name. For the film both sisters had their surname changed from Masterton to Masterson. Tilly plays a somewhat smaller role in the film version of the book. She is first introduced...
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Bonita

Bonita is a fictional young belly dancer of the El Scorpio night club. In addition, she is secretly working for major heroin smuggler Mr. Ramirez. Portrayed by actress Nadja Regin, the character appeared in the pre-title sequence of the 1964 James Bond film Goldfinger. Bonita is a beautiful young female belly dancer who dances the tarantella (Spanish dance) at the El Scorpio nightclub in Mexico. However, she secretly works for Mr. Ramirez, a major heroin smuggler who works nearby.
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Dink

Dink is a fictional masseuse of the hotel Fontainebleau Miami Beach Hotel. A minor character and Bond girl, she appeared brielfy in the 1964 James Bond film Goldfinger and was portrayed by British actress and model Margaret Nolan. Dink massages James Bond at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach Hotel, at which he is staying, until his CIA friend Felix Leiter arrives, who comments that he knew he'd find Bond in good hands. Bond then introduces Leiter to his masseuse, then tells Dink to say goodbye...
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Domino (Claudine Auger)

Dominique Derval, known simply by her nickname Domino, is the mistress of Emilio Largo in the 1965 James Bond film, Thunderball. She was portrayed by French actress Claudine Auger and was dubbed by Nikki van der Zyl. The character was based upon Dominetta Vitali in the Ian Fleming novel, Thunderball. James Bond first heard about Domino during a briefing from M to all the double-0 agents in Europe. Bond had recognized her brother from a photograph, having seen him dead the night before at the...
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Paula Caplan

Paula Caplan was a fictional intelligence operative employed by the British Secret Service and based in the Bahamas. The character appeared in the 1965 James Bond film Thunderball and was played by English actress and model, Martine Beswick. When James Bond investigates Nassau in search of two stolen atomic bombs, he is partnered with local Bahamian British Secret Service assistant, the young and beautiful Paula Caplan. Together they first make contact with Domino Derval, the sister of...
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Fiona Volpe (Luciana Paluzzi)

Fiona Volpe is a fictional SPECTRE assassin who acts as the secondary antagonist of the 1965 James Bond film Thunderball. She was played by Italian actress Luciana Paluzzi. A deadly assassin in SPECTRE's execution branch, Fiona Volpe becomes NATO pilot Major François Derval’s mistress in order to steal a Vulcan bomber and its precious cargo of two atomic bombs, which SPECTRE plans to use for a blackmail operation.
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Patricia Fearing

Patricia Fearing is a nurse who works at the Shrublands health farm. She originally appeared in the Fleming novel, Thunderball and was portrayed in its film adaptations by Molly Peters and Prunella Gee. Literary Literary Thunderball (1961) Movies Molly Peters Thunderball (1965) Unofficial Prunella Gee Never Say Never Again (1983)
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Mlle. La Porte

Mademoiselle La Porte is a fictional character from the James Bond film and novel Thunderball. In the film, she is played by Eurasian strip tease artist and actress Maryse Guy Mitsouko, although her voice was dubbed by Catherine Clemence. Bond and his French liaison, Mlle. La Porte, were present at the funeral of SPECTRE number 6, Colonel Jacques Bouvar, investigating his apparent death. After noting that both Bouvar and Bond share the same initials, she explains that Colonel Bouvar passed...
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Kissy Suzuki (Mie Hama)

Kissy Suzuki is a fictional character in Ian Fleming's 1964 James Bond novel, You Only Live Twice, portrayed by actress Mie Hama in the 1967 feature film adaptation. Similar to the novel, Suzuki is an Ama diver, however the rest of the character's own personal narrative differs greatly between the book and film. Kissy Suzuki is introduced when James Bond must go undercover, acting as a local fisherman, while investigating the mysterious happenings surrounding a small island in Japan. As an...
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Aki

Aki is a fictional agent of the Japanese Secret Service who appeared in the 1967 James Bond film You Only Live Twice, portrayed by actress Akiko Wakabayashi. Aki is first seen when 007 meets her at a sumo wrestling show. Bond is there to meet a contact who will take him to Mr. Henderson, M's recommended contact in Japan. He confirms that Aki is his contact by saying the code words "I love you" to her. Aki takes Bond to meet Henderson in her Toyota 2000GT. After Henderson is killed during...
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Ling

Ling was a fictional spy working for MI6 and she was also a character in the James Bond film You Only Live Twice played by Tsai Chin. She is seen only in the pre-credit sequence. Ling appears at the beginning of the film, in bed with Bond, under the sheets, somewhere in Hong Kong. The two argue about the taste of the Chinese being different than all other women. At one point, she leaves Bond in bed and gets up, pressing a button on the wall, which makes the bed immediately close into the...
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Helga Brandt

Helga Brandt (also known as Number 11) is the fictional personal secretary to Japanese industrialist Mr. Osato and a member of the criminal organisation, SPECTRE. A supporting antagonist of the 1967 James Bond film You Only Live Twice, she was portrayed by the late German actress Karin Dor. Little is known about Helga Brandt, the mysterious, red-haired, young femme fatale who was known within SPECTRE as'number eleven'. At some point prior to You Only Live Twice, she inherited the SPECTRE...
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