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James Bond Girls: Part 2


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Honoring amazing ladies featured in the franchise over the years.
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Holly Goodhead

Dr. Holly Goodhead is a fictional CIA agent who first appeared in the 1979 James Bond film James Bond and Moonraker, portrayed by American actress Lois Chiles. The character was subsequently adapted for the film's official novelization by screenwriter Christopher Wood. In 2012 the character was re-imagined for the compliation video-game 007 Legends, portrayed by Jane Perry.
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Felicca

Felicca is the fictional secretary to Egyptian black market trader Aziz Fekkesh and a supporting Bond Girl and antagonist in the 1977 James Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me. Played by Italian actress Olga Bisera, she was subsequently adapted for Christopher Wood's accompanying novelisation. The gorgeous Felicca works as a low-ranked assistant to Aziz Fekkesh in Cairo. She meets James Bond when he visits Egyptian black market trader Aziz Fekkesh in Egypt. She has orders to entertain and...
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Naomi

Naomi is the fictional helicopter pilot/assistant to shipping magnate Karl Stromberg and the tertiary antagonist of the 1977 James Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me. She was played by British actress Caroline Munro. Naomi is Karl Stromberg's glamorous, sexy and seductive helicopter pilot, personal assistant and trusted subordinate, based at Atlantis, working to suit his every command. The young beautiful brunette is first introduced escorting Dr. Bechmann and Professor Markovitz into the...
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Martine Blanchaud (Sue Vanner)

The Log Cabin Girl is a fictional unnamed KGB honeytrap who acts as bait in a Soviet attempt to assassinate James Bond. A minor character, she appears in the 1977 James Bond film The Spy Who Loved Me, portrayed by actress Sue Vanner, and was subsequently adapted for Christopher Wood's accompanying novelization, where she was given the name Martine Blanchaud. This unnamed girl is seen making love to James Bond in a log cabin located on the top of the French Alps. As the two lie together on a...
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Anya Amasova

Major Anya Amasova (Russian: Аня Aмасова), also known as Agent XXX, is a fictional Soviet intelligence operative originally employed by the KGB and the lover of Sergei Barsov. Portrayed by American actress Barbara Bach, the character first appeared in the 1977 James Bond The Spy Who Loved Me and was also featured in Christopher Wood's accompanying novelization where she is an agent of Otdyel IV, a department of SMERSH. Anya was subsequently adapted for the 1983-87 tabletop role-playing game...
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Chew Mee

Chew Mee is a minor Bond Girl in The Man with the Golden Gun. She is played by Francoise Therry. James Bond meets Chew Mee when he poses as hitman Francisco Scaramanga in order to get into industrialist Hai Fat's estate. Bond sees Chew Mee swimming in Hai Fat's pool and she asks him to come in. Bond tells her he hasn't got a bathing suit to which Chew Mee replies that she doesn't either. As Bond is unbuttoning his shirt, Hai Fat arrives.
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Saida

Saida was a fictional belly dancer in Beirut, Lebanon and former lover of the late British Secret Service agent, Bill Fairbanks (aka 002). The character appeared in the 1974 James Bond film The Man with the Golden Gun and was portrayed by Carmen du Sautoy. Little is known about Saida including whether "Saida" is her surname, first name or simply her stage-name. It is known that she was a belly dancer at a cabaret in Beirut with something of a coquettish, sensual and seductive nature. In...
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Andrea Anders

Andrea Anders was the fictional mistress of professional assassin Francisco Scaramanga. The character appeared in the 1974 James Bond film The Man with the Golden Gun and was portrayed by Swedish actress Maud Adams. Andrea also appeared in the James Bond 007 tabletop role-playing game. At the start of the film, Andrea is seen with Francisco Scaramanga, a famous assassin, on his private island in Red Chinese waters, first helping him dry off after a swim and then sunbathes with him. After the...
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Mary Goodnight (Britt Ekland)

Mary Goodnight is a fictional inexperienced field operative and the main Bond Girl in the 1974 James Bond film The Man with the Golden Gun. Portrayed by Swedish actress Britt Ekland, Goodnight is based on the literary character who appeared in several Ian Fleming's novels. Mary Goodnight is a Secret Service staffer, more ditzy than in the novels, who assists James Bond when he is following Andrea Anders in Hong Kong. Very quickly it is established that she has as-yet unfulfilled desires...
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Miss Caruso

Miss Caruso is a fictional Italian agent seen sleeping with James Bond at the beginning of the 1973 film Live and Let Die. She was portrayed by Madeline Smith. After returning from a recent mission in Rome, James Bond romances his Italian contact, only to be awakened by M knocking at his door at 5:47am. As M briefs him, Bond attempts to distract his superior away from the bedroom by making him an espresso. During the briefing M congratulates Bond on his handling of the "Rome affair", noting...
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Rosie Carver

Rosie Carver was a fictional CIA agent operating on the fictional island of San Monique but also a double agent working for Dr. Kananga. The character appeared in the 1973 James Bond film Live and Let Die, portrayed by American actress Gloria Hendry. Rosie was subsequently adapted for the James Bond 007: Role-Playing In Her Majesty's Secret Service tabletop role-playing game. In the film, Rosie is a rogue CIA agent who is secretly an underling of Dr. Kananga, who sends her to kill James...
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Solitaire (Jane Seymour)

Solitaire, born Simone Latrelle, is a fictional voodoo psychic medium originally in the employ of Dr. Kananga and a love interest of James Bond. Based on the literary character of the same name from Ian Fleming's 1954 novel Live and Let Die, she first appeared in the 1973 James Bond film of the same name, portrayed by British actress Jane Seymour but partially voiced by Nikki van der Zyl. Solitaire was subsequently adapted for the 1983-87 tabletop role-playing game (TRPG), James Bond 007...
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Marie

Marie is a fictional henchwoman of Ernst Stavro Blofeld who briefly appeared in the 1971 James Bond film Diamonds Are Forever, portrayed by French model and actress Denise Perrier but partially voiced by Nikki van der Zyl. When James Bond is tracking down Blofeld's whereabouts by going through various sources, he encounters one man in a casino and asks him where Blofeld is. The man advises him to ask Marie.
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Thumper

Thumper is the name of one of two women acting as guards for Blofeld to prevent anyone from seeing the reclusive Willard Whyte. The character were developed especially for the 1971 film Diamonds Are Forever and was portrayed by Trina Parks. When James Bond enters the house where Mr. Whyte is supposed to be staying at, he's greeted by these two beautiful women, who quickly attack him using various athletic jumps and kicks. James Bond is even choked by Bambi's thighs, but soon gets out from...
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Bambi

Bambi is a fictional acrobatic guard tasked by Ernst Stavro Blofeld with imprisoning the reclusive billionaire Willard Whyte. The character was created and developed especially for EON Productions' 1971 James Bond film Diamonds Are Forever and was portrayed by actress and singer Lola Larson. James Bond travels to a luxury mansion in the suburbs of Las Vegas where he believes the millionaire Willard Whyte, hostage to Blofeld, is imprisoned. Entering the house, he is greeted by two athletic...
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Plenty O'Toole

Plenty O'Toole is Bond's opportunistic would-be girlfriend from the 1971 James Bond film Diamonds Are Forever. She was played by actress Lana Wood. Plenty O'Toole works the casino floor at the Whyte House Hotel, becoming acquainted with seemingly wealthy men hoping to earn a profit for assistance. When her recent target runs out of money, she dismisses his advances and walks away, her attention then being quickly grabbed by James Bond, posing as diamond smuggler Peter Franks. Walking over to...
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Tiffany Case (Jill St. John)

Tiffany Case is a fictional American diamond smuggler. The character appeared in the 1971 James Bond film Diamonds Are Forever and was portrayed by American actress Jill St. John. Tiffany is portrayed as wise-cracking, somewhat ditzy, slightly naïve, and more money-grubbing than her literary equivalent. The 1971 film adaptation of Diamonds Are Forever substantially revised the plot and, with it, Tiffany's character. While she is still a diamond smuggler, she is now unwittingly working for...
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Nancy

Nancy is a fictional Hungarian patient overcoming an allergy to potatoes, being treated at Ernst Stavro Blofeld's allergy-research institute high up in the Swiss Alps. The character appeared in the 1969 James Bond film On Her Majesty's Secret Service, portrayed by Hungarian-born British actress Catherine Von Schell, who was credited'Catherina' in the credits for the film. Nancy first appears when James Bond, posing as genealogist Sir Hilary Bray, visits Blofeld's allergy research institute...
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Ruby Bartlett

Ruby Bartlett was a fictional British patient, and subsequently sleeper agent, who attended Ernst Stavro Blofeld's clinical allergy-research institute atop Piz Gloria in the Swiss Alps. An ally portrayed by British actress, Angela Scoular, she appeared in the 1969 James Bond film, On Her Majesty's Secret Service, and was based on the literary character, Ruby Windsor, from Ian Fleming's 1963 novel of the same name. Ruby Bartlett was a poultry allergy sufferer from Morecambe Bay, Lancashire...
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Tracy Bond (Diana Rigg)

Tracy Bond (née Teresa Draco) was the fictional daughter of criminal syndicalist Marc-Ange Draco and the wife of James Bond. Based on the literary character from the 1963 Ian Fleming novel On Her Majesty's Secret Service, the Bond girl appeared in the 1969 film of the same name, portrayed by British actress Diana Rigg. She is notable for being the only cinematic woman to officially marry the series' titular character. Tracy would later to be re-imagined for both the 1986 James Bond 007...
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