50 Years Of Bond Girls


Bond Girls

This year the most famous secret agent Hollywood has ever seen is celebrating 50 years. From  Connery to Craig via Lazenby, Moore, Dalton and Brosnan, agent 007 has had his moments of glory with his up to date gadgets and cars.

But James Bond wouldn’t be so seductively charming if he didn’t have exceptional beautiful bonds girls next to him. Here are the best Bond girls of 50 years of Bond.

Ursula Andress – Honey Ryder, Dr. No (1962)

No matter how many Bond girls we saw – and will se – she will always remain the hottest. She is the standard all Bond girls need to measure themselves with in terms of pure beauty and sexiness.

Honor Blackman – Pussy Galore, Goldfinger (1964)

One of the strongest Bond girls ever and it wasn’t easy for our secret agent to seduce her; it took a good fight in the horse stable before band could seduce this strong woman, and of course he did, how could anyone resist him?

Shirely Eaton – Jill Masterson, Goldfinger (1964)

Goldfinger had two beautiful iconic bond girls. Lucky James! Nude and covered head to toe in gold paint might not have been fun for Masterson (it led to Eaton’s character’s death by suffocation) but it did leave an unerasable image in Hollywood and men.

Jane Seymour – Solitaire, Live and Let Die (1973)

Beautiful and sexy, with the supernatural gift of reading Tarot cards. I wonder if she did predict Bond’s arrival.

Lois Chiles – Holly Goodhead, Moonraker (1979)

You could expect a CIA agent, and also an astronaut with a doctorate, to resist any temptations? Wrong. Goodhead couldn’t resist Bond’s charm.

Halle Berry – Jinx, Die Another Day (2002)

Berry knew who to inspire her and she did it right. Following the path of Ursula Andress, Berry went for an orange bikini, and Bond just couldn’t resist.

Eva Green – Vesper Lynd, Casino Royale (2006)

Only two were able to win over Bond’s heart; Tracy Bond and Eva Green’s Vesper Lynd. Bond was charmed by her beauty and so was she.

Olga Kurylenko – Camille Montes, Quantum of Solace (2008)

There is no doubt on Kurylenko hotness and after we saw her in Paris je t’aime, and heard, back in the days, casted as a Bond girl, we knew she was fit for the role.

Gemma Arterton – Strawberry Fields, Quantum of Solace (2008)

With an agent name as Strawberry Fields, she could not walk away without being noticed by Bond. Arterton is sexy and the oil scene, resembling Shirley Eaton’s gold paint, has proved it; even in oil she can look sexy.

Bérénice Marlohe – Sévérine, Skyfall (2012)

We saw her in a black dress with fur cuffs. And that was enough. Bond might have wanted to walk away, but he couldn’t dangerous women are his thing.

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